A guide to and good DPS ranger build. By Nailed2u (Nailedu) Since I've began Avabel, I've noticed not many people know what they're doing and are slightly confused, considering there is no quests as such and people instantly assume not much gameplay. To help on beginning the game, here are some tips on how you should progress. Gun or bow?: A gun can be quite versatile, the damage does tend to be a little higher, but the speed and combos of the gun can really slow your dps down. However, a bow can be constant attacks. The damage is decent and continues to increase with specific stats I will show you. Attack tips when using a bow: To achieve the highest DPS, you'll notice you can hold the auto attack and you will shoot 2 arrows, another 2, and then a single one. Scrap that, prefer to tap it or hold it until maximum 4 arrows have been shot, then release and hold again. Leaving that last shot out increase your DPS by 1 arrow more and can make quite a large difference while leveling or killing bosses. This is also useful, because you can't actually roll while constantly auto attacking until that final arrow has been shot, using this 2 shot arrow method it will allow you to roll, creating distance between you and the enemy or just simply dodging a ranged attack from them. I prefer to call this the 2 shot arrow method or 2sam. Levels 1-10: Stat points: Up until level 10, place all your stat points into strength, this may seem pretty bad minded but while using the 2 shot arrow roll method you'll take no damage at all, and deal the highest you can. Skill points: As far as skills go, up until level 10 your main focus should be to level charge shot to level 3. Levels 11-20: Stat points: Now, you'll begin to create a variety, for the maximum DPS you'll needed to mix it up, leading upto level 20, try put 1 in DEX and 1 in STRENGTH. Now, if you aren't the best player I advise adding any spare points you feel you don't need into VIT when possible, because that extra health may help you while you level. Skill points: Now leading upto level 20 with your skills, focus on reaching wide fangs to level 3, you'll understand after level 20. If you have enough JEXP, you can now begin to work on either arrow dust or multi-shot, but try only max them upto level 2 if you want to increase them - otherwise, leave them at level 1 Now as we are using a bow, I suggest you now work on achieving charge shot to level 6 and arrow dust to level 5. Levels 21-30: Stat points: By this level, try focus mainly on your DEX as the magic damage will soon come into play as some skills do use MDMG and such, and as far as I know weapons do too, but in later levels MDMG makes a large place in the game and plays a large role. Skill points: Your skill points from level 21-30 will be to get your charge shot to level 6 and your arrow dust to level 5, NO HIGHER!!! By level 28-29 you should roughly have one of them done. If you're lucky enough, maybe both. Levels 31-40: Stat points: Now your DEX and STR should be decent by now, keep your STR 20-30% above your DEX and your DEX 50% above your VIT if you're a good player, if you're not a good player, by good player I do mean being able to dodge attacks well, then try keep your VIT and DEX roughly the same, maybe DEX a little higher. Skill points: You're skill points are quite simple now, if you now have charge shot lewvel 6, arrow dust level 5, you can now progress to ray sting. Level this up as much as you feel you like. Now we'll move into passive skills, these are small skills that you don't necessarily need but are just a nice boost to have usually. Passive skills: The passive skills you will want to look at will be the following; Reduction - This will reduce the time it takes skills to charge, and relying on your DEX it can increase effects. Gain STR - This is quite obvious, it'll increase your strength by one per level. Gain VIT - I would really say this is necessary but to some players, I guess it is. Gain DEX - This is a must, as is strength, mix this with strength if you can. Gain HP/SP - Out of the 2, I would advise on SP as some of your skills will drain your SP real bad, and during boss fights you're gonna need quite alot of SP. I hope this guide has help, thanks for reading. Improvements may be made in future gameplay, possibly pictures.