the wording is slightly weird here because it seems like a lot of little technicalities.
I applied for a milestone when I went prestige, so can I assume this will be reevaluated? Cause, and correct me if I'm wrong, but this is just the 500 gp that comes with it normally plus more via milestone.
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Post by Fulfillment on Nov 22, 2015 20:28:11 GMT -5
But is that the 500 you get for Prestiging and the 1000 you get for Post-Prestiging? Or is that something else, an extra because of the milestone work that you used in your prestige app? That's my question, I think.
Post by Consequence on Nov 22, 2015 23:30:24 GMT -5
Naz, Sekai, your process is like this:
1) You were awarded 500 GP to your base for becoming Prestige as a "Milestone" consisting of your arc in the request.
2) Effective immediately, transfer this 500 GP out of Base, and into Earned. You still get the award but it no longer applies to Base.
3) If you want, you can just 'assume' a 500 GP Milestone for the arc, in which case you may now add 500 GP to Base. This is a net increase of 500 GP overall.
4) If you feel your 'Prestige arc' was worth more than 500, or if you feel it fits better in the context of a larger milestone and do not want to have it claimed as per the above, you can submit a request for as much GP as you feel it was worth, or save it for a larger milestone, etc. It is entirely within your control.
So, Tokiyo has 5,000 Base.
He drops to 4,500 and I am transferring 500 to Written/Earned.
My Prestige Arc would have been me asking for 500 anyway, so I am choosing to "auto complete".
My Base GP returns to 5,000 and I have a net +500 more than before this conversation.
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