Gaining levels (in dutch) quickly
I wonder how it is possible for people to have reached above level 15 in dutch when it only has been out for a few days..? I have only finished one tree so far; the spanish. That only took me to level 11..! Since then I´ve been working hard to level up my spanish, but Dios! leveling up gets increasingly slower the higher you get... So I imagine leveling up from, let´s say lvl 15 to lvl 16 must take 2000 points or something , right?
Am I missing something obvious here? Is there a way to get lots of point quickly? Even if you "cheat" and look up words in a dictionary you still need to write all those THOUSANDS sentences, right? So even if the dutch lvl 11+ people took shortcuts to finish the tree, they would only reach up to lvl 11-12, right? So how can someone have earned those extra levels so quickly, even a native still needs all those point to level up, right?
Immersion allows for the quickest XP gain. I think tier 4 is 5xp per sentence checked or something? Let's say you were at tier 4 and could click the "looks good" button on 10 sentences a minute.
60 times 10 is 600. So you could check 600 sentences every hour. Let's say you did this for 2 hours.
2 times 600 is 1200 (sentences). 1200 times 5xp is 6000xp. Remember, 6000xp in just 2 hours.
I know what you're thinking:
- Not possible.
-Wrong, sure it's not possible if you were actually correcting the sentences, but remember, this theoretical person is just going for XP so it's probably much faster than 10 a minute.
- How could someone get to tier 4 already?
-Easy, have several "dummy accounts" that they use to rate all of their translations with.
I don't condone any of this, and I think it's absolutely pointless and in fact hurting the immersion effort, but I'm just pointing out a way that this high level of experience could be obtained in a relatively quick manner.