Gladly done

I have discovered that the XP table of Ego Draconis have just the same formula as Divine Divinity WITH that difference : by DD you must

multiply all by TEN

I do a try to explain the formula :I take 2 steps.

First make a 'table' of the

subtraction sum of each level.

Step 2 is making the 'table' of all following XP numbers needed to reach the next level, but without the first step, it isn't possible.

STEP 1: table of subtraction sum

Fixed value is always 200, the very first number if you do: 200 XP -(minus) 0 XP = 200

Formula in text: Lvl 1 > take number of first XP value + ( take number of first level and multiply it with fixed value)

The Subtraction Table
Lvl 1 > 0 (first XP value) + ( Lvl 1 multiply(*) with 200) = 0 + 200 = 200 (as a first result)
Lvl 2 > 200 (XP) + ( 2 * 200) = 200 + 400 = 600
Lvl 3 > 600 + ( 3 * 200) = 1200
Lvl 4 > 1200 + ( 4 * 200) = 2000
Lvl 5 > 2000 + ( 5 * 200) = 3000
etc ....

Now we have taken step 1, we can find the XP needed for the upcoming levels

STEP 2

Formula in text: take the SUM of all the

results of the table in step 1 (the subtraction table) OF the previous levels! This will be more clearly if you see the next table :

Lvl 1 > just start with 0 XP
Lvl 2 > 0 + 200 (first result by step 1) = 200 XP
Lvl 3 > (zero remains zero in a 'sum') + 200 + 600 = 800 XP
Lvl 4 > 200 + 600 + 1200 = 2000 XP
Lvl 5 > 200 + 600 + 1200 + 2000 = 4000 XP
Lvl 6 > 200 + 600 + 1200 + 2000 + 3000 = 7000 XP
etc ....

In a calculating program on a pc you can make fast work of this formula

And so you can see I love it to work with numbers