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dratikusdratikus Member Posts: 118 Arc User
I'm making my first foundry mission and I made it a level 41+ mission. But my test character is a cadet. That means enemy ships are going to be a little different than in my tests. How do I test with a higher level character to see how the squadrons behave?
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  • borrowedtuneborrowedtune Member Posts: 138 Arc User
    edited April 2015
    dratikus wrote: »
    I'm making my first foundry mission and I made it a level 41+ mission. But my test character is a cadet. That means enemy ships are going to be a little different than in my tests. How do I test with a higher level character to see how the squadrons behave?

    You can level up your foundry toon, which is a total pain.

    Or you can publish your mission and test it with your main toon, then pull it.

    Or you can have knowledge of the game and its mechanics.
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  • djxprimedjxprime Member Posts: 522 Arc User
    edited April 2015
    Your best best is to publish it and test it with your main alt. Besides, there are other things that you will want to test that don't work so well in Preview Mode, such as if you have NPC mobs that are on patrol paths.
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  • dratikusdratikus Member Posts: 118 Arc User
    edited April 2015
    Or you can have knowledge of the game and its mechanics.


    Since you are in a helpful mood (obviously since you replied to my post) and in lieu of such knowledge, perhaps you can share your knowledge of such mechanics? :rolleyes:
  • psycoticvulcanpsycoticvulcan Member Posts: 4,160 Arc User
    edited April 2015
    Just fly into a DSE and use the "kill enemy" button until you hit the next rank. Go to ESD, claim the new rank, then return to DSE. Rinse and repeat until you're as high up as you want.
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