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Five Star Class in 3on3 FreeStyle

Five Star Class226 (25)

Reach Grade 5 with any character (First Time)

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Achievement won on 02 Nov 18
TA Score for this game: 8,795
Posted on 24 September 18 at 12:32, Edited on 12 July 19 at 05:27
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This solution is no longer being updated. Check http://3on3.fsgames.com/ , the Xbox One tab, for any new Events and Packages containing Intensive Manuals. Also check the comments for any new discoveries.

Alright, this is an interesting one, so it's time for another novel. This achievement tasks you with promoting one character to Prestige 5. Every character starts at Prestige 1. It would be best to decide from the beginning which character you aim to bring to Prestige 5, out of the 5 starter characters preferably. If you have Christa and/or The Professor from the past giveaways, I do not recommend to buy a new character for 20000 Coins, unless you really like the game and want to use a particular player. Just be aware that it's a very big investment of Coins that could be used to level up and prestige one of the characters you own already. On the other hand, if you missed the giveaways and don't have either of those two, then you can go ahead and buy one new character and possibly prestige that one all the way up (you need to own 6 characters in total for another achievement). It's all up to your choice.

You can view the requirements for all prestiges by going to the Prestige menu of any character. The requirements are identical for all characters. So, in order to promote a character you have to fulfill two conditions:
1. Level the character up to level 10 within its current prestige and
2. Own the required Manuals for the current Prestige.

To level up a character you have to buy XP Drinks either from the Shop - Items - Growth Items or from the Level Up menu of the character and then consume them on your desired character. The Small, Medium and Large XP Drinks offer proportional increases in character XP, so it doesn't matter which one you buy, economically; you still have to spend a set total of coins in the end. To save time, just buy Large XP Drinks until you get close to character Level 10 in the current Prestige. Then buy a bunch of Small XP Drinks to inch your way to Level 10 and not overflow the character's XP pointlessly (doesn't go past 10). For example, if you are at 90% from Level 9 to Level 10, it would be wasteful to use a Large XP Drink.

The Manuals can be bought either from the Shop - Items - Growth Items individually or the Prestige menu of a character in bulk once that character was brought up to Level 10 in its current Prestige. In the latter case, the game will tell you the total cost of those Manuals when you attempt the purchase. There is one special type of Manual, though, which cannot be bought at all, only earned, required for the final promotion, to Prestige 5.

Both the XP Drinks and the Manuals (excepting the special type) can be bought only with Coins, thankfully... You could theoretically spend real life money to purchase Points and convert them into Coins to instantly Level Up and Prestige Characters, but even then, that can only bring a character as high as Prestige 4, Level 10. With that said, my advice is actually to NOT buy any microtransactions in this game, though... it's horrible and completely undeserving.

Basically, this summarizes to a huge grind of Coins. But let's not ignore the elephant in the room... that special type of Manual, namely the Intensive Manuals. For the final promotion of a character you need to own three of them... As I said, they cannot be bought at all. They can only be earned through Events and it just so happens that there is a permanent Event in the game which awards three Intensive Manuals. Aren't we so lucky? Not really... not at all.. That Event awards you one Intensive Manual at each of User Levels 10, 20 and 30 (these are your overall Profile Levels, not any Character Levels). So, this boils down to reaching User Level 30... which is excruciatingly long and that is putting it mildly. See my solution here for details on the User Level grind (fully complete now):
3on3 FreeStyleMadly MaxThe Madly Max achievement in 3on3 FreeStyle worth 963 pointsReach Level 20 (Max)

But wait! There is an alternative! And if you didn't guess it already, it involves your beautiful money filled wallet. All you need to do is to gently and meticulously scoop out 50 USD from it and toss (waste; don't do it...) them at this game in exchange for a big pack of 550 Points. Where you see this permanent Event, the right half of it talks about a Special Level Up Rewards Pack that costs 499 Points. If you buy this pack (don't, have some self-respect), you can earn another SEPARATE SET of three Intensive Manuals, again one at each of User Levels 10, 20 and 30. Thus, the earliest you can get your Prestige 5 character would be at Level 20, when you'd own four Intensive Manuals and cut the gigantic grind between User Levels 20 and 30 out completely. The items from this pack are retroactive! In order to redeem an Intensive Manual, once you reach User Levels 10, 20 and 30, go to the Events, press A on the relevant Event and there you can claim your Intensive Manuals as gifts to your in-game Inbox. Then, go to your in-game Inbox and finally accept the Intensive Manual to properly own it. So, that's pretty much all about the Intensive Manuals, for the moment. Other Events may be introduced in the future (OR NOT), which might award an Intensive Manual as a grand prize, but until then, these are the only choices to end up with 3 Intensive Manuals: reach User Level 30 without spending money or reach User Level 20 and spend 50 USD... don't, just don't...

Ok, that's enough rambling, let's move on to some cold calculations. Using a reliable chart here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17jX5GQd16i7QR9BdH8nr..., I adapted the prices to the current economy on the Xbox version and came up with the following costs in Coins (C) to go from Prestige to Prestige. These include XP Drinks and Manual costs:

Prestige 1 -> Prestige 2 : 13100 C
Prestige 2 -> Prestige 3 : 24600 C
Prestige 3 -> Prestige 4 : 61700 C
Prestige 4 -> Prestige 5 : 69000 C ( + 3 Intensive Books, from events )

Total cost : 168400 C

Now, let's assess our Coin earning opportunities. The main, inexhaustible source of Coins will come from playing matches. You can make the most Coins by winning 3vs3 matches, more precisely a measly amount of 220 Coins per win, with a match generally lasting 6-9 minutes. Considering the grand total of Coins from above, you can tell you're in for A LOT of matches... hundreds upon hundreds upon hundreds... The character(s) you use to play matches don't receive any additional Character XP, they can be leveled up ONLY by buying XP Drinks and using them on the Character. Therefore, feel free to use whoever is best for the team composition; you are not restricted to playing that one character you are leveling up all the time.

Another inexhaustible source of Coins is the Daily Quests. You are presented with 4 of them initially and they replenish every new day to go back up to a maximum of 4 in number. If you don't finish a quest in a day, it will be carried over to the following day, maintaining the progress you left it at previously. If you find a Quest too daunting or annoying, you can renew it with another one, a single time per day. By completing those Quests you can earn up to precisely 1400 Coins per day. So, make sure you do them daily; it's an important source of Coins.

Finally, the last source of Coins currently, which is exhaustible this time, comes from the complimentary User Level Up reward of 2000 Coins, originating from that same permanent Event from earlier, every User Level Up. Naturally, with there being a limited number of User Levels, there is a limited number of times that you receive this 2000 Coins reward, more exactly a maximum of 29 times. You start at User Level 1 and end at User Level 30. So, the maximum gain from this source would be 58000 Coins, a very respectable amount, however...... the grind to Level 30 is SO insanely long, that by the time you reach 30, you will probably have earned enough Coins to bring 3 or 4 characters to Prestige 4, Level 10... and receiving only 2000 Coins for the huge grind between later levels doesn't do it justice at all, but it's better than nothing, I guess.

A special mention goes out to the Daily Attendance Rewards. All you have to do is log in and claim a small treat in the in-game inbox for passing by (make sure you claim it, the rewards expire one month after receiving them). Despite not explicitly being handed Coins in any day of the week, you are treated with XP Drinks, Manuals and also Skill Trainings [sic] Balls, which is quite nice; it reduces the grind for promoting a character ever so slightly and the Balls can be used to level up the Skills of your preferred character.

Lastly, an estimate of time would be useful to know. Sadly, it is difficult to come up with one yet. This is due to the hidden requirement of reaching User Level 30 for those 3 Intensive Manuals (or 20, if you're not quite normal and pony up the cash) and nobody can estimate yet how long that would take. Moreover, the unpredictable length of matches makes it even more difficult to come to an estimation. Very roughly, I can say that this might take between one and two months of playing every single day, plenty of hours per day and not having too many losses, if you choose to go all the way up to User Level 30, which would be the most rational choice. I have compiled a full list of the EXP requirements between User Levels from 1 to 30 in my solution over here:
3on3 FreeStyleMadly MaxThe Madly Max achievement in 3on3 FreeStyle worth 963 pointsReach Level 20 (Max)
, so check that one out for the horrid revelation...
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