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XP Nerfs in Dragonflight Pre-Patch Phase 2 - Fast Leveling Even Without the WInds of Wisdom Buff

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Even though Winds of Wisdom Winds of Wisdom is going away on November 15, the required Experience per level will be reduced when the pre-patch Phase 2 launches. Check out the exact values!

We created a table and compared the current XP required per level on live servers and the nerf that will go live on November 15 with pre-patch Phase 2.

Currently, on live servers, you need 4,742,270 XP to reach Level 60. However, after the nerf, you will only require 2,086,405 XP, which means 57% less XP will be needed to hit the maximum level starting November 15. The most significant nerf (70-73%) was made in the 49-60 level range. Leveling is still fast even without the +50% XP buff.

Level XP Required on Live Servers XP Required in Dragonflight Pre-Patch Phase 2
1 250 250
2 590 590
3 1065 1065
4 1675 1675
5 2420 2420
6 3305 3305
7 4325 4325
8 5485 5485
9 6775 6775
10 8205 8205
11 7450 9765
12 8540 11030
13 9700 12360
14 10935 13755
15 12235 15220
16 13610 16750
17 15055 18345
18 16570 20005
19 18160 21730
20 19815 23525
21 21545 25385
22 23345 27310
23 25215 29305
24 27155 31365
25 29165 33490
26 31250 35680
27 33405 37935
28 35630 40260
29 37925 42650
30 40290 45105
31 43690 45590
32 47225 46005
33 50895 46360
34 54690 46655
35 58625 46880
36 62685 47045
37 66880 47145
38 71210 47185
39 75670 47160
40 80260 47070
41 84985 46915
42 89840 46700
43 94830 46420
44 99950 46075
45 105200 45670
46 110585 45200
47 116105 44670
48 121755 44070
49 127535 43410
50 192875 42690
51 208990 47565
52 225450 52600
53 242525 57785
54 259925 63135
55 277955 68635
56 296295 74295
57 315285 80110
58 334755 86085
59 354510 92215
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Technically, up to level 31 you need more exp than before to level, and beyond that you need less.
Made me confused for a bit before I realized this was the case. ^^

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