After the announcement of Paragon 2.0, a lot of players are so eager to know more about this new system. This time, we would accumulate all the frequently asked questions here for your reference. Remember that Paragon 2.0 is still under construction. The details may change when it come online. But we would keep a close eye on the latest news about 2.0.
Shared Paragon Level calculated by all Experience not levels: If you have a Paragon Level 150 Barbarian, a Level 160 Level Wizard. It does not mean that your shared Paragon Level is 310. They would calculate all your experience together and then determine which shared level you are.
No Cap on Paragon Levels: You would not complain that you have all the five classes to paragon level 100 and nothing to do. When paragon 2.0 comes out, you can level as high as want. No cap! Of course, the experience needed for higher level would increase step by step. Then we can discuss who has the highest level in the world instead of who hit the cap level first.
Account Wide Paragon Level: If you have a Paragon Level 150 Normal mode Monk and a level 89 level Hardcore Barbarian, your all other classes on the normal mode would have 150 paragon level as well. You Barbarian on normal is 150. So does your normal mode Wizard. And your all Hardcore class would share the 89 level.
Paragon Points instead of MF/GF bonus: You can use the points to increase the Dexterity or Movement speed of your Monk. Points Pool is not shared. If you have 100 points in your normal account, then your Barbarian has 100 paragon points, Wizard 100 points so does other classes.
Respec Paragon Points: You can redistribute your points. But you may have to spend some Diablo 3 Gold as a cost. The fee is not decided yet.