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Ultimate Baseball Online Level

Date: 09-15-2009 Views: Loading Comments: Loading

Level

Level

There are 99 levels in Ultimate Baseball Online and players can reach levels by attaining required Experience Points (EP) to reach each new level. There are five (5) different Leagues (Rookie - MVP) that characters are classified in; each being defined by certain levels within the game. As characters level up, 1 Skill Point (SP) and 3 Parameter Points (PP) will be awarded to enhance character abilities!

Leveling Up:
As you participate in the Practice Mode, Pick Up Game's (PUG), Tournaments, and Leagues - your character is given Experience Points (EP) that directly relates to your performance on the field, either individually or as a team. Once you acquire enough EP to level-up (i.e. move from level 12 to 13 or level 44 to 45), your character will be awarded one (1) Skill Point and three (3) Parameter Points to build the character attributes described in the Character Development page.

Please select the following document to get a quick view of the requirements to level up at every stage (0-99). Note that the better you get, the more difficult it will become to level up.

League Overview:
The design concept for the League system is to provide players of equal skill sets a way to compete for League Championships. Leagues are separated into six (5) categories: Rookie a Minor a Major a AllStar a MVP .

UBO Rookie League:
Players in this league belong to levels 0-9. These are the newest players to Ultimate Baseball Online and they will be recognized in the clubhouse with the title RK next to their names. Players in the Rookie league may participate in the Tryout Channel with coaches and GM's or enter into the open servers for play against UBO veterans. Rookies may not compete against players in the AllStar or MVP leagues.

UBO Minor League:
Players in this league belong to levels 10-29. Minor League players are recognized in the clubhouse with the title MIN next to their names. Minor League players may begin playing in tournaments, leagues, and other competitions and can participate in Pick Up Games (PUG) with any skill level players they wish to compete against.

UBO Major League:
Players in this league belong to levels 30-59. The largest of the five leagues, Major League players are recognized with a MAJ next to their names in the clubhouse. Major League players can play in tournaments, leagues, and other competitions and can participate in Pick Up Games (PUG) with any skill level players they wish to compete against.

UBO AllStar League:
Players in this league belong to levels 60-89. UBO AllStar League players are recognized with an AS next to their name inside the clubhouse. AllStar League players can play in tournaments, leagues, and other competitions and can participate in Pick Up Games (PUG) with Minor League players and up.

UBO MVP League:
Players in this league belong to levels 90-99. The highest skilled players in UBO are shown with MVP next to their names inside the clubhouse. MVP League players can play in tournaments, leagues, and other competitions and can participate in Pick Up Games (PUG) with Minor League players and above. Once MVP players reach level 99, they qualify for UBO Hall of Fame status and can be retired for the UBO history books.



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