Help! Yanfly YEP.95 – Class Base Parameters - exp formula

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  1. CarrotMuffin

    CarrotMuffin Warper Member

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    I'm trying to get a specific formula to work for calculating exp rates using a note tag, unfortunately I'm bad at math and by no means a programmer.
    The formula I'm trying to implement is

    75 * ( level - 1 ) + 200

    Which sets the total experience needed for next level, counting the experience already gained, which means I have a static number for every level instead of a curve of exp I'm looking for. It would be nice if RPG maker didn't tally up the total amount of exp accumulated, or had an option to switch between the two.

    I've looked around for about 2 days now and I haven't had any luck finding someone with a similar problem, maybe I'm barking up the wrong tree? Is there another plugin with more functionality? I can't wrap my head around java or any other programming language for that matter.

    Yanfly base parameter control and class base parameters:
    http://yanfly.moe/2016/03/25/yep-86-base-parameter-control/
    http://yanfly.moe/2016/04/24/yep-95-class-base-parameters/

    Flying Dream's EXP calculator:
    http://yanfly.moe/tools/expcalculator/
     
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  3. CarrotMuffin

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    I saw this while browsing, but didn't give it much thought. I don't look forward to writing an entire table but I guess it's more productive than mulling over formulas, so thanks :)
     
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    oh. I didn't realize you had to write an entire table... hm...
     
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