Points per day to get full progression

Hi, is there any worksheet or table showing how many points we must achieve by day?
Thanks.

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  • TPF AlexisTPF Alexis Posts: 3,343 Chairperson of the Boards
    Not by points, but it's 5 clears of every normal node, 3 of every wave node, and 2 of the loaner node. One more clear per node after the points drop from full, in other words. The 5* essential is not included in that, it's pure bonus as far as Progression is concerned.
  • Waddles_PinesWaddles_Pines Posts: 702 Critical Contributor
    edited August 2018
    Just to add onto TPF Alexis.  The 5/3/2 clears can be done at any time, but if you clear optimally (4/2/1 at the beginning of the sub, and then extra clears at the end of the sub), then you won't have much to do the final day of the event to get to progression. If you have the 5* essential and clear optimally, sometimes you'll reach full progression before the last sub...
  • andoleandoleandoleandole Posts: 8 Just Dropped In
    Are wave nodes the ones that require specific characters?
  • Waddles_PinesWaddles_Pines Posts: 702 Critical Contributor
    Are wave nodes the ones that require specific characters?
    No, the ones that require specific character are "essential" 

    Wave nodes are the ones where you are up against more than the standard match of 3 (in some nodes 1 or 2 characters). 

    Ways to tell which is a wave node
    - the icon for a wave node is a silhouette instead of hammer/hand/etc symbol.
    - when you go into the node, it doesn't show you who you're fighting.  you'll see a silhouette of a mob instead of the enemies you're facing,  it'll also show you the # of waves (not sure if the initial screen shows how many enemies)
    - when you look at the clears number on the screen after entering the node, it'll say #/4, instead of the standard #/6
    - when you start the match you'll see a banner that says x enemies, wave # of # 
  • andoleandoleandoleandole Posts: 8 Just Dropped In
    Got it, thanks!!
  • BugeyedBugeyed Posts: 48 Just Dropped In
    edited August 2018
    Yes there is a spreadsheet available here which is updated regularly

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19iWb3XtfSfkryP6ABjGDMiF73YJEEUSNY8-5R_Ye5YE/htmlview


    To use: tap on the event name at top of spreadsheet and it opens up all the info you need
  • andoleandoleandoleandole Posts: 8 Just Dropped In
    That's what I was looking for, thank you!
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