In order to get a "head start" once the system goes live, I decided to gain more experience on my alternate characters.
So the following quote means that having two level 100 paragons was a waste =/
In the meantime, the highest amount of "stored" Paragon levels you can have is the current cap, which is Paragon level 100.
1x paragon 100 character = 10,454,400,000 experience
2x paragon 100 characters = 20,908,800,000 experience
Based on what's intended for Paragon 2.0, you'd either go into the system with a single paragon 100 character (or 10,454,400,000 experience) for your new account paragon, or you'd go into the system with two paragon 100 characters or 20,908,800,000 experience. It'd be even better if you can go into the new system with 10x paragon 100 characters for 104,544,000,000 experience.
But should you choose to just play on one paragon 100 character between now and when Paragon 2.0 goes live, you'll have that one character's worth of experience carrying over. Why? Because that one character stops gaining experience as soon as it hits 100. Should you want to gain more paragon experience, you have to level another character. That's the current system.
In Paragon 2.0, it's intended that since all paragon experience is allocated to your account-wide paragon, you can play whichever character you want and all your characters can progress simultaneously. We don't know how much experience will scale beyond 100, though, so we'll have to see just how much 10x paragon 100 characters will be worth in terms of account paragon.
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