7 years ago

# Mod differences

Whats the difference between buying a fresh MK V- E mod and MK V- A mod like except the price cos don't they do the same thing in the end?

7 years ago

Whats the difference between buying a fresh MK V- E mod and MK V- A mod like except the price cos don't they do the same thing in the end?

"FierceRevan;c-1422169" wrote:

"Liath;c-1422167" wrote:

If you start with secondaries already on the mod, those secondaries bump up as you level it. If you start with no secondaries you wind up with the same number in the end, but since you are getting a new one each time instead of any of them bumping, you can't get them as high.

For example, a grey mod can't get more than 5 speed as a secondary. A mod that starts out gold with 5 speed can theoretically wind up with 29 speed.

I am 99% certain that I have brought up grey mods to 11 speed and higher secondaries . Are you sure about this? I am 99% certain I did one yesterday

No grey mod will get above 6 speed secondary, that must of been green or better to begin with"FierceRevan;c-1422169" wrote:

"Liath;c-1422167" wrote:

If you start with secondaries already on the mod, those secondaries bump up as you level it. If you start with no secondaries you wind up with the same number in the end, but since you are getting a new one each time instead of any of them bumping, you can't get them as high.

For example, a grey mod can't get more than 5 speed as a secondary. A mod that starts out gold with 5 speed can theoretically wind up with 29 speed.

I am 99% certain that I have brought up grey mods to 11 speed and higher secondaries . Are you sure about this? I am 99% certain I did one yesterday

Yes, I am 100% sure.- I would say read through this thread here cause me and a few other people explained it to someone else

https://forums.galaxy-of-heroes.starwars.ea.com/discussion/151678/why-the-mod-caps/p1 - But in general, quickly explained(as quick as I can). At 4 levels(3,6,9,12) the mod will either add a secondary or upgrade a current secondary. so if its a grey mod and has no secondaries then at each of those 4 levels it will add a new secondary and you cant get more than 5-6 speed in 1 shot. if it is a green mod meaning it has 1 secondary already than 3 of those levels will add a secondary and 1 of them will get an upgrade so if it started with 6 speed and got 1 upgrade of 5 it would end up with 11 speed which is most likely what you had there.

np "PiffGuru;c-1422198" wrote:

But in general, quickly explained(as quick as I can). At 4 levels(3,6,9,12) the mod will either add a secondary or upgrade a current secondary. so if its a grey mod and has no secondaries then at each of those 4 levels it will add a new secondary and you cant get more than 5-6 speed in 1 shot. if it is a green mod meaning it has 1 secondary already than 3 of those levels will add a secondary and 1 of them will get an upgrade so if it started with 6 speed and got 1 upgrade of 5 it would end up with 11 speed which is most likely what you had there.

np

Thanks. But how do I tell which of my mods are grey and which are not because they are all gold now?"Kirth;c-1422207" wrote:

"PiffGuru;c-1422198" wrote:

But in general, quickly explained(as quick as I can). At 4 levels(3,6,9,12) the mod will either add a secondary or upgrade a current secondary. so if its a grey mod and has no secondaries then at each of those 4 levels it will add a new secondary and you cant get more than 5-6 speed in 1 shot. if it is a green mod meaning it has 1 secondary already than 3 of those levels will add a secondary and 1 of them will get an upgrade so if it started with 6 speed and got 1 upgrade of 5 it would end up with 11 speed which is most likely what you had there.

np

Thanks. But how do I tell which of my mods are grey and which are not because they are all gold now?

You can't tell after you upgraded them, but it also doesn't matter after you upgraded them. This information is intended to help you figure out which mods to spend credits on in the first place."Kirth;c-1422226" wrote:

"PiffGuru;c-1422222" wrote:

"Kirth;c-1422220" wrote:

"PiffGuru;c-1422218" wrote:

"Kirth;c-1422207" wrote:

"PiffGuru;c-1422198" wrote:

But in general, quickly explained(as quick as I can). At 4 levels(3,6,9,12) the mod will either add a secondary or upgrade a current secondary. so if its a grey mod and has no secondaries then at each of those 4 levels it will add a new secondary and you cant get more than 5-6 speed in 1 shot. if it is a green mod meaning it has 1 secondary already than 3 of those levels will add a secondary and 1 of them will get an upgrade so if it started with 6 speed and got 1 upgrade of 5 it would end up with 11 speed which is most likely what you had there.

np

Thanks. But how do I tell which of my mods are grey and which are not because they are all gold now?

Well at that point when they are gold already it is kinda a moot point cause they already are what they are u cant change them but a keen eye can tell from what the secondary stat numbers are. Like how I explained with the speed secondary stat, if it is has more than 6 speed then it was definitely not a grey mod, if it has more than 11 speed it was definitely a blue mod or better and so on.

Ah right thanks. So basically sell and grey ones and look carefully at other colours to see it its worth it

Pretty much except for the mods with desirable primary stats like speed primary arrows or critical damage and critical chance primary triangles n such. Those are worth it as grey as well.

I guess I better start gearing up those Jawas and Res teams then. Thanks

You may well want to, but just to be sure it's clear... the primary stat is independent of the set. You need jawas and res for crit damage and speed SETS, but you can get those as primaries with any set.- higher grade mods have their stats go up multiple times when enhanced
- If you start with secondaries already on the mod, those secondaries bump up as you level it. If you start with no secondaries you wind up with the same number in the end, but since you are getting a new one each time instead of any of them bumping, you can't get them as high.

For example, a grey mod can't get more than 5 speed as a secondary. A mod that starts out gold with 5 speed can theoretically wind up with 29 speed. - 1% wins

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