Master of Magecraft achievement in Spellbreak

Master of Magecraft

Unlock 6 class afterglows

Master of Magecraft-26.1
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How to unlock the Master of Magecraft achievement

  • JordanTheBigBoyJordanTheBigBoy591,145
    15 Mar 2021 14 Feb 2021 14 Feb 2021
    22 6 9
    The most recent update to Spellbreak has SIGNIFICANTLY decreased the XP required to level up. This will make reaching level 14 with each class far easier and less time-consuming.

    The new leveling system goes like this:
    Level 2: 600
    Level 3: 1400
    Level 4: 2450
    Level 5: 3800
    Level 6: 5500
    Level 7: 3700
    Level 8: 3710
    Level 9: 3730
    Level 10: 3770
    Level 11: 3840
    Level 12: 3950
    Level 13: 4110
    Level 14: 4330

    Adding these numbers up, the total amount of XP needed to reach level 14 per character is 44,890. Multiply that by 6 and your total XP required for this achievement is 269,340. This number may seem daunting, but to put it into perspective, it used to take 274,100 to get to 14 on just ONE class before this update. So you now need only 1/6th of the total XP to unlock this achievement.

    Additionally, the devs have updated how XP is earned, moving away from time alive and damage dealt being the sole earners. XP is now earned primarily through an in-game accolade system earned through various actions in matches, like getting exiles, leveling up your gauntlet, opening a mana vault, etc. This allows players to gain more XP than before, if you have a good game.

    Overall, this achievement is way easier to obtain. so good luck out there!

    Huge thanks to WolframX25 for the original guide to this achievement!

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    TagNotFound 404I was prepared to keep playing this game until I got this achievement when I started in January. The changes to the XP system took what would have been months of grinding down to days of playing and unlocked it last night. Thanks to @JordanTheBigBoy for putting the new numbers and the ideal update info in for the solution. I came here to see if anybody had done that yet and was gonna start working on it.
    Posted by TagNotFound 404 on 16 Feb at 18:51
    Un SubjectI've added in a guide to the single level 14 gauntlet achievement, so to take my comment from that:

    Low server populations (e.g. the Asian servers) also make it easier to use the Battle Royale mode in Squad to level up. Games will start with only 1 player and fill the other 44 positions with bots. It's not EZ mode - it's very possible to lose to bots if they gang up, or surprise you - but with a bit of practise you will soon be banishing multiple bots and finishing in the top 3 on a regular basis. That's likely to be over 1500 xp earned (winning a game is likely to be closer to 2000 xp), making it only a few games per gauntlet level.

    Having one or two humans on your squad will boost your ability to win if you stick together. Also, banishing defeated enemies is a great way to recover potions and improve your equipment - bots seem to be very quick in hoovering up rare and epic items.
    Posted by Un Subject on 19 Feb at 10:34
    WolframX25Thanks for the update, wish I could upvote this. Just found out if you make a solution for the same achievement you can't vote for another solution. The xp drop would definitely make grinding this game easier. toast
    Posted by WolframX25 on 06 Mar at 14:25
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  • WolframX25WolframX251,380,037
    30 Sep 2020 30 Sep 2020 06 Mar 2021
    15 4 14
    UPDATE : Use the other solution (JordanTheBigBoy) cause, this one is outdated and also upvote the other solution. I will leave this as a placeholder to anyone who wants to know how much xp it was required originally to get this achievement. They reduced the xp required by a lot so yeah toast, happy hunting and you got this dive

    This was previously unobtainable but it got fixed in Spellbreak v1.1. This is a semi-guide (mostly informational) on how much xp you need to unlock an afterglow in the game for each class. I personally wrote down this xp list down below as I leveled up.

    rank 2 - 600
    rank 3 - 1500
    rank 4 - 2800
    rank 5 - 4600
    rank 6 -7000
    rank 7 - 10150
    rank 8 -14250
    rank 9 - 19450
    rank 10 -25750
    rank 11- 33150
    rank 12-41650
    rank 13-51250
    rank 14-61950
    total for 1 afterglow = 274100
    For 6 afterglows = 274100 x 6 = 1644600

    So when I got all the afterglows this was my match count
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    If you wanna know how long it takes for you to get afterglow take the total xp 274100 divide by the xp game you get on average. So lets say you get 1000 xp per game. You are looking about 275 games per afterglow. The best/fastest way to get xp is definitely surviving for 10 mins and exile/damage as much as you can.

    Accolades does help but not as effective as surviving/fighting, don't go out of your way to get it. Just enjoy and try your best each match. As of now daily quests (3 objectives when you check your map) gives xp for your mage rank, it does not affect your class rank. Below are pictures of how xp can vary.

    Surviving with little damage and no kills
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    High damage and kill games
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    Most efficient/fast xp
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    I can't really give a best setup class/rune/combo to run because the meta for battle royales will always change. They will nerf/buff/introduce new combat aspects of the game. So my recommendation is that, as you play each class, learn what playstyles suits you the most. As a tempest I basically went into every fight as I can but as a frostborn I made sure I was passive and select my fights carefully.

    Tips: If you are struggling on the BR aspect of the game. The devs have stated they will introduce new modes 9v9s etc. I am not entirely sure how xp will work then but hopefully it will make this game less grindy and a lot easier to obtain this achievement.

    So thats about it. I hope this guide helps you plan on how you will be grinding this two very time consuming 140 TA ratio (as of september 2020) achievements and feel free to message/comment me. Happy hunting wave
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    ICE Faux PirateClash (Deathmatch) is way more populated so it's easier to find matches faster. The other benefit is you'll always finish the full match so you'll always get between 1,400 - 1,800 XP; if you die early in BR then you might only get <400 XP and then you have to waste time getting out of that match and into a new one.

    Note: your Total Matches, Exiles, KDA, and basically all other stats in the Mastery tab are only calculated for Battle Royale modes. Clash mode will not update any of your stats at the moment which makes it hard to compare against WolframX25's stats above.
    Posted by ICE Faux Pirate on 05 Nov 20 at 17:10
    ICE Faux PirateI did a little math to figure out how far along I was. To get to the afterglow at rank 14, here are the 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 marks.

    A little ways into rank 9 is the 1/4 mark.
    Halfway through rank 11 is the 1/2 mark.
    3/4 mark is shortly before you reach rank 13.
    Posted by ICE Faux Pirate on 07 Nov 20 at 03:52
    DubstepEdgelordI was testing an idle method in Clash today and got between 500-600 XP a match doing absolutely nothing. If you want to play another game in the background or watch something you definitely can if you want to. EDIT: The most I got in a match was 800 XP for doing nothing. You can definitely idle this grind.
    Posted by DubstepEdgelord on 07 Jan at 20:23
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