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The higher the '''challenge rating (CR)''' number, the more powerful the enemy. Commonly four characters of a certain level are able to defeat one creature with a CR equal to the average level of the characters with a moderate amount of difficulty.
 
The higher the '''challenge rating (CR)''' number, the more powerful the enemy. Commonly four characters of a certain level are able to defeat one creature with a CR equal to the average level of the characters with a moderate amount of difficulty.
   
It can be viewed by [[examining]] the creature.
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It can be viewed by [[examine|examining]] the creature.
 
*'''Impossible''' (purple): 5 or more levels higher
 
*'''Impossible''' (purple): 5 or more levels higher
 
*'''Overpowering''' (red): 3 or 4 levels higher
 
*'''Overpowering''' (red): 3 or 4 levels higher

Revision as of 20:49, May 7, 2009

The higher the challenge rating (CR) number, the more powerful the enemy. Commonly four characters of a certain level are able to defeat one creature with a CR equal to the average level of the characters with a moderate amount of difficulty.

It can be viewed by examining the creature.

  • Impossible (purple): 5 or more levels higher
  • Overpowering (red): 3 or 4 levels higher
  • Very Difficult (orange): 1 or 2 levels higher
  • Challenging (yellow): same or 1 level lower
  • Moderate (blue): 2 or 3 levels lower
  • Easy (green): 4 or 5 levels lower
  • Effortless (white): 6 or more levels lower

It should be noted that these distinctions can become largely irrelevant on some local vault servers, simply because a player can edit his character at will and/or give their character items and weapons that far surpass the damage rating system. This is also true for any server that allows a player to reach a high level because the challenge depends more on the equipment and character build than truly on their level.

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