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In this guide I will be covering the best places to level up, the smartest way to go about leveling up, tips and tricks, and how to go about leveling up in a crew (If you happen to be able to be in a crew and get a bonus.) but don't be discouraged if your leveling alone I will also be showing how to go about that. The way I like to level up is by keeping all my weapons to be around the same level together because I find it works best. (For me at least.) Which will cause me to bring up Weapons in the Notoriety section and Notoriety in the Weapons section so don't be confused if a sentence or two looks out of place.
Leveling Up Notoriety
Leveling up Notorirty means leveling up your pirates level which I will be addressing as Notoriety.
To level up Notoriety you have to earn Repuataion or REP. I think that in order to level up Notority it's imporatant to know how much REP you'll need to level up each level.
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From levels 1-10 there really isn't tricks or gimmics just kill enemies that are your level or within 3 levels higher than your level. Great areas for this are Port Royal Governor's Mansion, the yard has level 4 Cadets which are great for new pirates getting to level 3.