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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Prestige was the measure by which students at the Sith Academy on Korriban succeeded. According to Sith teachers such as Uthar Wynn and Yuthura Ban, Sith students gained prestige by performing great deeds or acquiring valuable Sith artifacts from the Valley of the Dark Lords. Gaining prestige fostered much competition and cutthroat ruthlessness among the students, ideal qualities to the Sith.

While infiltrating the Sith Academy, Revan had to gain prestige points in order to find the Star Map hidden inside Naga Sadow's tomb.

Behind the scenes

Possible ways for the player to gain prestige:

It is also possible to pass the trials by killing all your fellow students, but this victory is only a technicality as you are the only survivor: Uthar will award no prestige for this as it is your opponents' failings that allow your success.

Sources

  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  • Darth Bane: Path of Destruction

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City of Heroes

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From City of Heroes Wiki

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Overview

Prestige is used to "buy" plot sizes, rooms, and items for your Supergroup's base.

In order to earn Prestige for your Supergroup, you need to be in Super Group Mode. To enter this mode, click on the Super button in your chat window. It will open your Supergroup window which will show a list of people in your SG. In the upper right corner is a button that says, "Enter SG Mode". After you enter SG mode, you will see your Supergroup icon in your experience ring.

To leave SG Mode, you can click on the Super button, then the button in the upper right, which will now read "Exit SG Mode."

Alternatively one can use the /sgmode and /sgmodeset 0 or 1 commands.

While you are in Supergroup Mode, you will earn Prestige for defeating enemies, completing missions, etc. At level 25 you will start earning less influence/infamy in exchange for earning Prestige; and at level 29 and above, you earn only half of the total amount of Influence/Infamy while in SG Mode. SG Mode does not alter experience gain/debt payment.

In Issue 12, the Earnings Progression was changed so that Influence/Infamy earnings never fall below 50%.

Influence/Infamy for Prestige

If a hero or villain is willing to do so they can go to the Super Group Registrar desks, located in Atlas Park , or Galaxy City (hero side) and Port Oakes (villain side) and use Influence or Infamy to purchase Prestige for their group. The exchange rate is 1,000,000 inf for 2,000 prestige. You will get 2-3 quotes based on the amount of Influence/Infamy you have. The first is the basic rate: 1 Million for 2000 prestige, second is for 10 Million: 10 Million for 20,000 prestige and then a third: 29 Million (as an example) for 58,000 prestige. The final quote is based on the highest amount of Influence/Infamy your character has on hand.

Earnings Progression

Level 1: 52% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 2: 54% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 3: 56% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 4: 58% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 5: 60% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 6: 62% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 7: 64% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 8: 66% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 9: 68% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 10: 70% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 11: 72% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 12: 74% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 13: 76% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 14: 78% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 15: 80% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 16: 82% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 17: 84% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 18: 86% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 19: 88% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 20: 90% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 21: 92% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 22: 94% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 23: 96% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 24: 98% Prestige, 100% Influence/Infamy

Level 25: 100% Prestige, 90% Influence/Infamy

Level 26: 100% Prestige, 80% Influence/Infamy

Level 27: 100% Prestige, 70% Influence/Infamy

Level 28: 100% Prestige, 60% Influence/Infamy

Level 29+: 100% Prestige, 50% Influence/Infamy

Prestige Bonus

You can receive a prestige bonus on mission completion through the "Monitor Duty" role in the Day Jobs system by logging out near a base portal.

Notes

  • There was a ~25% increase in Prestige rewards as of 8-16-06.
  • There was once a major bug in Base Editing that apparently allowed you to buy items, then sell them for more prestige then you bought them for. This bug has been fixed.

This article uses material from the "Prestige" article on the City of Heroes wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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