Friday, May 23, 2014

Star Wars Assault Team: Probot Levels and Promotions

Welcome to Stuff For Guys, where you'll find information about a lot of useless stuff, an occasional useful stuff, but it's all stuff for guys.  Here are some of the screens of the training process for the Probot droid.  Starting at Tier 3, a Probot's shield can be hard for even Tier 5 characters to take down in Star Wars Assault Team.  Probots' attack points are pretty low though, so they're more of a defensive character.  Nevertheless, you can still have an army of Probots just for fun:


Probots level up like "normal" characters such as AnzatShistavanenC-3PO and Sakiyan.  They're faster to level up than Katarns, faster still than IG-88 and R2-D2, and way faster than Spider and Terentatek because they require less XP than them.

See Spider's levels on this post; see Terentatek's levels on this post; see IG-88's levels on this post; see R2-D2's levels on this post; see Katarn's levels on this post; see C-3PO's levels on this post; see Sakiyan's levels on this post.

For a list of the Promotion Items needed, please click on this post.  For an explanation on usage of the straight flush set of Training Items to level up quickly, click on this post.

Credit Requirements
This is a list of the total credits required for the entire leveling-up training process within each tier.  The assumption is that you are using the most optimal combination of Training Items.
  • Tier 2: 100 credits
  • Tier 3: 1,325 credits
  • Tier 4: 13,900 credits
  • Tier 5: 52,125 credits
Screenshots (from Tier 4 only)






Note: This is not the optimal combination of Training Items



















2 comments:

  1. How is 713 a low attack? Isn't that the highest attack in the game?

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    1. Probot's regular attack, though high compared to other character's attacks, is still low when compared to the special attacks of Spider, Han Solo, 4-LOM and IG-88.

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