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  1. GJO

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    Avabel Online - Getting started


    Welcome to Avabel Online. This starter guide attempts to lead you through the enormous amounts of options in the game. After reading this, you can expect to be able to make use of most necessary basics. Information is based on FAQs within the game and my own trial and error. Since I am more of a questing player, this guide might be lacking in information on PvP. I will refer to good sources for more information if any other of my topics are lacking.

    Note: This guide is written by a player who doesn’t use his IRL (In Real Life) money to get stuff, so I won’t cover it unless I absolutely have to. The currency obtained by spending IRL cash is known as Gems.


    Table of contents


    1. Communications
    1.a Chat
    1.b Mail
    2. Friends, parties, guilds and allies
    2.a Friends
    2.b Parties
    2.c Guild and ally
    3. Revere: the base/city
    3.a Within Revere
    3.b Quest dungeon
    3.b.1 Quest NPC
    3.b.2 To Dungeon NPC
    3.b.3 Technical Battle NPC
    3.b.4 Mission NPC
    4. Leveling up: experience, status and skills
    4.a Experience: EXP and JEXP
    4.b Status: understanding and applying
    4.c Skills: understanding, applying and using
    4.d Daily rewards and achievements; extras for simply playing the game
    4.e Milestones: Choosing class and advancing class
    4.e.1 Creating Orbs for your advanced class
    4.e.2 Creating Shining Element Stone 3 for your advanced class
    4.f Mastering a skill; taking skills with you
    5. Gear: understanding, equipping, strengthening and evolving
    5.a Understanding your gear
    5.b Equipping your gear
    5.c Strengthening your gear
    5.d Evolving your gear
    6. Elements; advantages against each other
    6.a Understanding the effects of elements
    6.b Using elements in attack and defense
    6.b Elemental bowls; creating an item to add elements to your gear
    7. Avatars: the way to looking pretty
    7.a Getting avatars
    7.b Premium avatars
    7.c Equipping avatars
    8. Trading: essential for all you need
    8.a Buying at the stall
    8.b Selling at the stall – exhibit
    8.c Trading at the stall
    8.d SCAMMERS: A WORD OF WARNING
    8.e Premium items; tricky to buy and sell
    9. Making money: some quick tips
    10. Special thanks
    11. Changelog



    1. Communcations

    1.a Chat

    You will talk to a lot of people in Avabel; it's not only fun, but very useful as well! It might be confusing when you are just getting started, so listen up!

    On the bottom of your screen you will see three boxes.

    • The left one says "Talk" - tap this one to start typing whatever you have to say.
    • The middle says "Say" by default, and here you can select who you reach when you talk:
    +Say - white text: reaches people within your vicinity in the area you are in.
    + Shout - orange text: reaches all people in the area you are in.
    + Guild - aqua text: reaches all members of your guild.
    + Alli - moss green text: Reaches all members of your guild, and members of allied guilds. Your Guildmaster will know who the allies are.
    + Party - light green text: when you are in a party, all party members will read this.
    + Whis - pink text: this one requires an extra step. When you tap "talk," select the friend you want to reach. Only then can you send a whisper chat.
    • The right box says "Show" and has the same list as the middle box. Here you can toggle which types of chat you want to see.
    • To state the obvious; you can only reach people who are online.
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    1.b Mail

    You can also send mails, aka PM (personal message) to people in your friend list. You can send them anytime, so the receiver doesn’t have to be online. You can also attach an item, or stack of items. You can attach up to 10 times a day. So how does this work?

    1. Navigate the menu: MENU-COMMUNITY-MAIL
    2. Tap ‘create’ in the dialogue box.
    3. Select the person you want to mail it to. This person needs to be in your friend list.
    4. Add subject, text and/or attachment as you see fit.
    5. Send the message.
    Navigate the menu the same way to access the mails you received.


    2. Friends, parties, guilds and allies.

    2.a Friends


    Let’s say you run into someone you want to keep in touch with. You can add them to your friend list. Your friend list can hold up to 100 people. This seems like a lot when you just get started, but you might be surprised later on! How to do this:

    1. Navigate the menu: MENU-COMMUNITY-FRIENDS
    2. Tap “search” and all the people currently in the same area as you are will be listed.
    3. Select your buddy and tap “Friend Request.” Now he only needs to accept.

    There are also other ways to add people to your friend list, simply select the person from these menus:

    • Through the list of guild members (MENU-COMMUNITY-GUILD-MEMBERS)
    • Through the chat log (MENU-CHARACTER-CHAT LOG)
    • Through the party you are in (MENU-COMMUNITY-PARTY)
    2.b Party

    You can make a party with up to six people. Party has many benefits. It might be tricky to understand in the beginning, and it has an annoying hiccup.

    Joining

    To join a party, you simply need to accept a party request that has been sent to you, or tap the box above someone’s head and select “Join.” You can also join parties in your area from MENU-COMMUNITY-PARTY.

    Creating

    To create a party:
    1. Navigate: MENU-COMMUNITY-PARTY
    2. Tap “Create/Recruit”
    3. Change the message, number of people you want to recruit and/or add a password if you feel the need to. Then press “Create/Recruit” on the lower side of the screen.

    Options while in a party

    Re-navigate to the party menu. You will have 4 categories to do stuff with.

    • Member; you will see the current members in the party. If there is space left, you can invite a friend to the party by tapping the box for it. If you are the leader of the party, you can expel people from the party by selecting them and tapping “Expel” from this menu.
    • Recruit; turn recruitment off/on, change settings of recruitment.
    • Settings; you can change the experience a lot through here. There are 2 ways; person and party. Person means that you get experience as much as you deserve based on the % of damage you gave the killed enemy. Party is only available if the level difference within the party isn’t higher than 10. Use this option when you are on a kill quest or in a Rush. All members will have the kills counted towards their total.
    • Leave/dismiss. Leave the party or dismiss the party if you are the last member.

    Annoying hiccup

    Had this problem? You are invited to a party, but when you accept it, it says “Failed to join.” This is because you are already in a party. So leave/dismiss your current party and that should fix your problem.


    2.c Guild and ally

    I will only explain what being part of a guild can do for you, since I don’t have knowledge of all mechanics yet.

    Joining


    Go to the Guild Board (it’s hanging behind the guild NPC) and select “Find a guild” to look for guilds that are recruiting. You can scroll through pages, or search by name. You don't have to fill in the entire name. For example; if you are looking for our guild, Penance, typing 'Pen' will get you close enough. Simply select the guild and request to join. You will be notified through a system message when you have joined.

    Chat fix

    You will start receiving guild and ally chat, but can’t respond yet. To fix this: relog, go through a portal or swap channels. This bug seems to have been fixed, but I'll leave it here in case you have problems.

    Contributing; Guild Points

    Aside from helping your fellow guildies with quests, good company or answering questions, it is VERY important to contribute Guild Points (GP)
    You can do this by offering items at the Guild NPC. Select ‘Acquired Guild Points’ and offer your items from here. Use your spare relics for this; they fetch the most GP and aren’t worth selling. With this GP, the GM and/or SM can unlock perks that apply to the entire guild, such as permanent/temporary stat boosts, higher member cap for the guild, decreased death penalty, decreased taxes at trades. Simply put; everyone in the guild, including yourself, will get stronger.

    Allies

    Each guild can have up to 2 allied guilds. INFO ON A STEP BY STEP GUIDE NEEDS TO BE ADDED.

    Rarely occurring chat bug
    Sometimes, you won't be able to switch your chat type (so selecting 'Shout' while you were using 'Say' for example. Only way I've found of fixing this bug, is relogging. This bug seems to be triggered when you send a whisper chat to someone the moment he/she is logging out, so you won't come across it often.
     

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    3. Revere; the base/city

    This is the place where you will begin when you log on for the first time. Here's a list of things you can find here:


    3.a Within Revere

    • Portal to fields - the big blue portal on the north side of the map leads to the fields; here is where you do all your questing. You will be able to go up to floor 3 for now.
    • Transferrer NPC - Can take you immediately to a floor, which costs some gold. Once you are further in the game you will use this a lot; hiking 15 floors is a pain.
    • Stall NPC - This is where players sell and trade their stuff.
    • Weapon shop NPC - DO NOT waste your money here. Sell some junk here. Check "understanding your gear" for more info.
    • Item shop NPC - Buy potions, return wings and necessities for Creators here.
    • Hairdresser Marl NPC - change hairstyle and face here, for a hefty price FYI. Often requires special tickets, obtained through quests.
    • Armor Shop NPC - Only the accessories here might be worth buying. Some are necessary for synthesis.
    • Storage NPC - You can store items from your bag here. By default, it can hold 40 different items; the items that stack can be stored up to a maximum of 999. The storage has no weight cap.
    • Synthesis NPC - Synthesize items and gear here, if you have the ingredients for it.
    • Blacksmith NPC - Strengthen, evolve and elements to your gear here.
    • Tower NPC - Guild related and tower rush. Is used to set up alliances between guilds
    • Change class NPC - Once you hit level 5, you can choose your class here. You can keep switching until you reach level 30. Upon switching, JEXP will be returned.
    • Advance class NPC - Once you hit level 50, you can unlock advanced classes, if you can pay them.
    • Guild NPC - Apply to a guild, manage recruitment of your guild, or offer GP for your guild.
    • Arena NPC - Takes you to the PvP environment.
    • Quest dungeon - Guess what; takes you to the quest dungeon.
    • Portal to Astoria - located on the West side of the map, takes you to a place kinda like Revere, but different ;) Just have a look.
    • Portal to Gathering - East side of the map. Nicely designed place, looks kinda like a bar. Guilds will gather here sometimes, and it's a great place to simply hang out!
    • Portal to {Event room} - Every now and then, Avabel creates a new event. Entering this portal might have requirements, such as completing a specific quest. Location: middle of the map.
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    Blacksmith & Synthesis NPCs. Item/Armor/Weapon shop & Hairdresser

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    Guild, Guild Board & Quest Dungeon Class changer & Advanced Classes

    3.b Quest dungeon

    You will come here a LOT. I'll list the NPCs and what kind of options they give. Note: every NPC other than the Quest NPC will consume Dungeon Points (DP). DP is replenished over time.
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    The Quest dungeon, with from left to right: Technical Battle NPC, Quest NPC, To Dungeon NPC & Mission NPC. Just out of view is also a Storage NPC.

    3.b.1 Quest NPC

    This is VERY important. You can take new quests here, and collect rewards when you have completed them. Options you have:

    • Untaken - You can accept new quests from here. Simply select the quest and press "Take."
    • Taken - You can view the quests you have already accepted here. If you have completed a quest, select it and press 'Result' to get your rewards!
    • Temp quest - only appears when you are in a party and a party member has entered a temp quest. Jump on board and help a buddy out!
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    The menu seen when accessing the Quest NPC. The option 'Temp Quest' appears, because my fellow partymember Dæth has started the f3 temp quest 'Kript Branch.'

    Types of quests:

    • Area quests - Complete these to unlock new floors. "Grasslands area" is the first of this category you will encounter. Aside from floor 1 and 2 (which only have 2 quests), each floor has 3 Area quests, in this specific order:
    + Kill request - kill the listed amounts of mobs. Rewards EXP & items.
    + Item quest - collect the listed amounts of items. The mobs on that floor will drop them. Rewards JEXP and items.

    + Temp quest aka release quest - This is a boss fight. To start it, take the quest, then select it again and press "move." You will encounter this the first time when completing f3. Don't worry; you have to fight a weaker version of the boss (so kick his mean butt). Rewards EXP and JEXP.
    • Beauty Salon Quests - Kill some or collect some. Rewards: unlock a new look, get some JEXP and a hair ticket.
    • Emotion quest - Kill or collect some. Rewards: Unlock new emotions, JEXP.
    • Event quests - Kill some or collect some. Rewards: unlock Event Room, or other specific rewards.
    • Guerilla quests - A superboss appears with millions of HP. You get EXP according to the damage you do to it (so you don't have to kill it yourself). Bring tons of HP/SP potions. This is the only Quest that requires DP to enter. It's a fantastic opportunity to get lots of EXP.
    • Daily quests: speaks for itself.
    • Weekly quests: ditto.
    3.b.2 To Dungeon NPC

    This NPC gives access to multiple dungeons:

    • Random dungeon - This dungeon has 100 floors and is a simple maze. Each room has enemies you need to kill to get to the next room. You can do it alone or with a party. Kills give relatively much JEXP, and little EXP. Don't bother doing the offline version; no EXP/JEXP and it doesn't save your progress. Drops Mystery Stones at f1-f59, and Eternal Light at f60-f100.
    • Item dungeon - Multiple dungeons can be accessed from here. All have the same map, just different enemies, followed by a boss. Once done, a treasure box will spawn where you can pick up your rewards.
    + Ablution of evolution - play through it to unlock a harder version of it. Harder versions yield better rewards. Do this one for stat frags and other handy items.
    + Dungeon of Practice
    + [insert day here] only dungeons:
    # Tuesday: Room of sharp crystal.
    # Wednesday: Pet food room (NAME IS INCORRECT)
    # Thursday: Room of hard crystal.
    # Saturday: Rainbow Room – get high end elemental frags here.
    # Sunday; Room of strong stone – get Arios, Vario, Kundo and such here.
    + Element rooms are daily as well, these drop their respective elements and none frags.
    # Monday: Water Cave
    # Tuesday: Earth Cave
    # Wednesday: Fire Cave
    # Thursday: Wind Cave
    # Friday: Random Element Cave
    # Saturday: Dark Cave
    # Sunday: Light Cave

    Note: doing the offline version of item dungeons doesn’t count kills or give experience. However, the drops offline are SUPERIOR.

    • Challenge dungeon. Go through a series of 3 consecutive boss battles here, and claim rewards from treasure boxes here. Opening the first box is free, next boxes will cost gold. Very hard; do not attempt till you are of high level and/or with a party.
    + Sword floor – rewards weapons.
    + Armor floor – rewards armor.
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    The different dungeon categories shown upon selecting the Dungeon NPC.

    3.b.3 Technical Battle NPC

    You might wanna propose to this lovely fellow. This is THE place to level up incredibly fast and it is lots of fun as well. You will get high amounts of EXP, and mediocre amounts of JEXP. Each run also awards a platinum box, that is sent to your storage. Enough blabbering, let me cut to the chase:

    Each type of technical battle can be joined if a room is available to you. You can also create one. Unless you are trying to set a solo record, always change “Single” to “Multi.” Be sure to uncheck the box that only requires party members, unless you have a full party that will join!

    • Rush; this is a 5 minute “All you can kill”-buffet. Don’t worry too much about dying; you will revive within 10 seconds. You will however receive less experience at the end. Just keep killing! Reach 600 kills in total to get the maximum experience. Required levels: Rush 0 = any, Rush 1 = 30+, Rush 2 45+, Rush 3 = 60+
    A few important tips regarding rush:

    + Don’t sit back and watch others do all the work. First off: I hate you and you deserve to be scratched by my cats. You do NOT want that. Second: you have to reach a certain minimum of kills individually to get a lot of experience. Leechers won’t get rewarded. This certain minimum is the 10% of the total kills.
    + Doing so much hard work but still not getting enough experience? Try this: join/create a party that shares experience. This will let all party members get the party’s kills be counted to their individual kill count for daily achieves. As a matter of fact; always go for it when you have the chance; everyone benefits, no-one loses.

    3.b.4 Mission NPC

    Allows you to fight bosses, and try to set a record time. No info on rewards (not that I lack the skill to set a record of course *cough cough*).
     
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    4. Levelling up: experience, status and skills

    Alright this will be a lot of information, but you will be able to reset all this until you reach level 30.


    4.a Experience: EXP & JEXP

    Experience in this game is divided into two categories:

    • Experience (EXP) is rewarded upon killing monsters, finishing the area kill request and temp quest. Once you get enough EXP, you will level up. Upon each level you gain, you get two stat points which you can assign manually to a stat of your choice.

    NOTE: if you die, you will lose a percentage of your EXP. So don’t kill yourself intentionally so you don’t have to walk back; there is an item called Return Wing for that.

    • Job Experience (JEXP) is rewarded upon killing monsters, finishing the area item quest and temp quest. With JEXP, you can purchase new skills, or upgrade the skills you already have.


    4.b Status: understanding and applying

    As said before, you get two stat points each time you level up. Apply this by:

    1. Navigate: MENU-CHARACTER-STATUS-STATUS UP
    2. Apply the points at your disposal to the stats of your choosing.
    3. Confirm your choice, check the change in stats and confirm again.

    Okay, now it would be useful to know what the stats do right? Here we go:

    • Strength (STR): affects physical damage output (ATK). You know; how hard you can kick a guy in the balls.
    • Intelligence (INT): affects magical damage output (MATK).
    • Vitality (VIT): affects defense against physical damage, and increases maximum Health Points (HP).
    • Mental (MEN): affects defense against magical damage, and increases maximum Skill Points.
    • Dexterity (DEX): affects critical hit rate. A critical hit means double the damage. It also increases your minimum attack and/or minimum magic attack, which means you will do more damage on average. This is a tricky stat though. Going for a DEX of no more than 40 is regarded the ideal amount, so you have enough points left to assign to other stats. Some passive skills are affected by DEX however, so it is up to you how to handle this.

    NOTE: when you check your status, you will also see + [number] behind your stats. These bonuses are added by equipping gear, being a member of a guild, passives you have unlocked, or being online for a certain amount of time.


    An important tip that I learned the hard way, is that you need to focus on a few stats. All-rounders aren’t effective in this game. Choose one stat to truly excel in, and apply the rest to one or maybe two other stats. If you are looking for more information, I’d suggest googling “Avabel [insert class here] build;” they offer in-depth explanations, and have more knowledge on this subject than I do. Personally, I find the build guides by @koku_rou142 very helpful.


    4.c Skills: understanding, applying and using

    To apply JEXP to skills, go to:

    1. Navigate: MENU-CHARACTER-SKILLS
    2. Select a skill.
    3. Select ACQUIRE/LEVEL UP.
    4. Select ACQUIRE.
    5. Select YES.
    Okay first off: skills are divided into two types:

    • Passives: these skills give you a permanent stat boost or other handy perk. Just read the description thoroughly to see what it does, and if there are stats that boost its effect.
    • Actives: these are skills you can use.


    Skills are specific per class, so once again look into other guides. Check a source that starts with sites.google.com… for a listing of what each level up of a skill does, or which choice is best when you need to specialize a skill. Specializing a skill is choosing option A, B or C.

    Now that you paid for the skill; you’ll want to use it right? Actives can be used when you have assigned them to a shortcut; those empty bubbles on the lower right side of your screen. To do this:

    1. Navigate: MENU-CHARACTER-SKILLS
    2. Select a skill.
    3. Select SHORTCUT
    4. Select a bubble to assign it to (there are 3 pages, so you can assign up to 9 skills).
    5. CONFIRM.

    4.d Daily rewards and achievements; extras for simply playing the game

    The game also rewards you simply for logging on, being on for a certain amount of time, killing players in PvP, or killing lots of monsters.

    • You will see a gift box icon on the upper left of your screen when you log on for the first time that day. That’s a daily free spin. It takes you to the gem shop and you can spin once for a free gift. The gift will be transferred to your Shop BOX (Menu->Shop BOX). Receive the item from the shop box and it will be sent to your bag.
    • You will see a book icon on the upper left side of your screen. This is the journal, and it will appear every time you reach an achievement. Achievements give you stat boosts, item drop rates, experience boosts, free EXP/JEXP and even items. Just tap it when it appears and receive the gifts from the achievements that are being signified by a small treasure box beside it. The achievements can also be accessed from MENU->JOURNAL->ACHIEVE.


    NOTE: Not all possible daily achievements are visible. Killing 2000 enemies in a day also gives an EXP/JEXP boost for example. And even dying 3 times in a day gives you 3 HP recovery L (not an achievement to aspire, but you will probably get it anyways).


    4.e Milestones; choosing class and advancing class

    Alright there are two milestones where you get to make important choices. These are the moments you get to choose classes.

    • At level 5, you can choose your base class. Check other guides for more info; this is too in-depth and lengthy to cover here. Once again, I suggest the build guides by koku_rou142.
    • At level 50, you can choose your advanced class. Each base class has their respective advanced classes. Unlocking this option consumes 100.000 JEXP. Unlocking a class will require:
    + 20 sharp crystals & 40 hard crystals
    + 40 sharp crystals & 20 hard crystals
    + 35 sharp crystals & 35 hard crystals
    + [insert stat] ORB 5 & multiple crystals
    + Shining [insert element] stone 3 & multiple crystals


    4.e.1 Creating Orbs for your advanced class

    Suddenly, you see that you need to get a DEX ORB 5 to unlock the advanced class you want. So how do you make one? Well first off, you need to be level 60 to be able to create one. This can be done at the Synthesis NPC.

    1. Each DEX Orb will require 4 DEX frags, and 3 sharp crystals. Note that the required crystals might be hard crystals for other orbs.
    2. Two DEX Orb make a DEX Orb 2
    3. Two DEX Orb 2 make a DEX Orb 3
    4. Two DEX Orb 3 make a DEX Orb 4
    5. Two DEX Orb 4 make a DEX Orb 5
    This means you will need to make a total of 16 DEX Orbs, which translates to 64 DEX frags and 48 sharp crystals.

    NOTE: If this wasn’t clear yet; SIT ON THOSE CRYSTALS. You will hate to finally reach level 50 and not be able to unlock a class because you have been selling crystals for easy cash.


    4.e.2 Creating Shining Element Stone 3 for your advanced class

    Obtaining for example a Shining Dark Stone 3 is pretty similar to the Orbs, so here we go.
    1. Two Dark Bowls (check the Elements chapter for how to synthesize those) make a Shining Dark Stone 2
    2. Two Shining Dark Stone 2 makes a Shining dark stone 3.

    4.f Mastering a skill; taking skills with you

    When you choose an advanced class, all skills (including passives) will remain available to you. This is different for when you switch between advanced classes however. You can only take a mastered skill with you once you have mastered that advanced class. So how does this work?
    • You master a class when you have maxed all its skills. So that’s getting all skills of that specific advanced class to level 10. You can then choose a skill to master at the advanced class NPC. This is the skill you can then take with you.
    • You can not master hidden skills. FYI: Some advanced classes have hidden skills, that are unlocked upon maxing that class’ passive.
    • You can not master passives.
     
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    5. Gear; understanding, equipping, strengthening and evolving.


    With ‘Gear’ I am referring to armor and weapons. Good gear is imperative to inflict high damage and survive. It can also help you compensate for stats that you lack; if you invest everything into attacking power, you will need great armor to compensate for your lack of defense.


    5.a Understanding your gear

    Gear can be divided into two categories, each with their own subcategories:

    • Weapons; each class can equip certain weapons.
    + Dagger
    + One Handed Sword
    + Two Handed Sword
    + One Handed Rod
    + Two Handed Rod
    + Knuckles
    + Axe
    + Mace
    + One Handed Spears
    + Two Handed Spears
    • Armor; this can be equipped to any class.
    + Head armor
    + Upper armor
    + Lower armor
    + Accessories
    + Shield

    Alright so let’s start looking at a weapon you have. There are many details you can look at, so we’ll go through them one by one.

    • The upper diagram – This shows a summary of the weapon.
    + [image] – Shows symbol for weapon type.
    + Colored image before [weapon name] – Shows which element is added to the weapon.
    + [weapon name] lv… - Shows the name of your weapon and the level to which it has been strengthened. DO NOT confuse this with ‘For level.’
    + Stars – This shows the maximum level you can strengthen a weapon to. Each star represents 10 levels. If you see a blue star, that means level 60, and each star after that is 10 stars again. So for example: 2 gold stars = up to lvl 20, 3 blue stars = up to lvl 80.
    + Locks/blocks behind stars – Mostly you will see locks on a weapon. If there is a grey block with a black hole however; this is a slot where you can equip orbs into. If it is any other color, there is an orb equipped to it.
    + ATK – Shows range of physical attack number.
    + MATK – Shows range of magical attack number.
    • Can equip in left hand – This message will only be shown if the weapon is a one handed weapon. One handed weapons can be ‘dual wielded,’ which means you can have one in each hand.
    • For level - This number says which level you need to be before you can equip it. The higher this level is, the better the base stats of the weapon will be.
    • For class - Here you can see which classes can equip the weapon.
    • Type - If you have customized the weapon by using 5 custom tools at the synthesis NPC, you will see which customization type you have applied.
    • Max level - This number shows up to which strengthen level you can strengthen this weapon. This information is also shown by the stars you see. Each star is 10 levels.
    • Type - Weapon Rod. This simply states that it is an item from the category ‘Weapons,’ subcategory ‘Rod.’
    • ATK - These numbers represent a range wherein your physical attacking power will lie.
    • MATK - These numbers represent a range wherein your magical attacking power will lie.
    • Weight - Shows how much of your weight capacity the item will use in your bag.
    • Remove lvl cap – This option removes the restrictions caused by ‘For level,’ which means you could equip a lvl100 weapon at level 4. Bad news though; this requires an item called Rift stone, which is hella expensive.

    Head, upper and lower armor is exactly the same as weapons, but there are 2 slight differences; ATK is replaced by DEF; MATK is replaced by MDEF. They can also add some HP and SP

    • DEF – This number represents your resistance against physical attacks.
    • MDEF – This number represents your resistance against magical attacks.
    • HP – This number represents the amount of HP added to your maximum HP.
    • SP – This number represents the amount of SP added to your maximum SP.

    Accessories will have specific boosts. Just scroll down on the details to see what it does.


    5.b Equipping your gear

    Okay now that you understand your gear, let’s equip it:

    1. Navigate: MENU-ITEM-EQUIPMENT
    2. Select a category.
    3. Tap one of the pieces of gear.
    4. Tap ‘Equip’

    NOTE: If you want to dual wield weapons, you will have to assign a one handed weapon to the right hand, and assign one to the left hand. If you are holding a two handed weapon, the remaining hand will be unavailable.

    NOTE 2: If you have an open ORB slot, Orbs can be equipped from this menu.


    5.b Strengthening your gear

    Strenghtening a gear means improving its strength level. This can be done at the Blacksmith NPC, and will consume money and items. First off: how do we do this?

    1. Tap Blacksmith NPC
    2. Tap ‘Strengthen’
    3. Tap an EQUIPPED piece of gear.
    4. Choose items to consume for strengthening.

    + Use crappy gear or specific items as Arios, Vario, Kundo, Rook, etcetera to consume for this. They get the best results. The better the gear is, the more it will enhance.
    + Check what number an item adds to ‘Enhance Exp’ to see its effectiveness.
    + Up to 5 items can be used at the same time.


    5.c Evolving your gear

    Evolving adds a star to your gear. So that means an extra 10 levels on top of the current cap. Evolving is a mean process; there is no guarantee your weapon will evolve unless you use an Evo Liquid (which is hella expensive of course). To be able to evolve a gear, you need to strengthen it to max. Evolving will consume the required items regardless of success or failure.

    For evolving up to 5 stars, evolving will consume Sharp Crystals for weapons, and Hard Crystals for armor.

    For evolving to 6 stars, you will need two of the exact same gearpieces at 5 stars, fully strengthened. Going to 7 stars requires two maxed 6 stars, and so forth. This where you will need Evo Liquid; if your evolve fails, you lose a gearpiece that is worth a LOT of gold.

    You can sustain the gear strengthen level by using ‘Saltpeter of Recollection.’ One isn’t enough; you will need to chuck in stacks. Since evolving is a bit of a gamble, be sure to calculate if it isn’t cheaper to simply buy a better gear.


    5.d Adding elements to your gear

    You can also add an element to your gear if you have an [insert element] bowl for it. Further information about obtaining an element bowl and its mechanics will be covered in the next chapter, but here’s how you do it:

    1. Tap Blacksmith NPC
    2. Tap ‘Add element’
    3. Select the gear you want to add an element to
    4. Select the bowl with the element you want to add
    5. Tap ‘Yes’ to confirm.

     
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    6. Elements; advantages against each other

    6.a Understanding the effects of elements

    Okay the element system is pretty complicated, it reminds me of Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock, so here we go. Remembering the Pokémon games will help a lot.
    • Fire is strong against Earth.
    • Earth is strong against Wind.
    • Wind is strong against Water.
    • Water is strong against Fire.

    So as you see, so far every element has a weakness and a strength. Now there are two elements that are different. Those are the Dark and Light elements.

    • Light and Dark are each other’s weakness. So hitting a Dark element opponent with a Light attack gives more damage, but hitting a Light element opponent with a Dark attack also gives more damage.
    • Both Light and Dark elements have a small advantage against the other elements, so:
    + Light is strong against Water, Earth, Wind & Fire.
    + Light is weak against Dark.
    + Dark is strong against Water, Earth, Wind & Fire.
    + Dark is weak against light.

    None can also be considered an element, and it is weak against all other elements. So if you hit an opponent that doesn't have any defensive elements with an elemental weapon, your damage will be higher than when there were no elements involved.

    Note: if you hit an opponent with Earth, and that opponent is Earth element, the damage will be slightly lower than when there were no elements involved. This applies to Fire, Water, Earth and Wind. Light/Dark only have disadvantages against each other.


    6.b Using elements in attack and defense

    There are two ways of using elements in attacks.
    • The skill itself has an element. This is quite simple; for example Water Pole is a water element attack.
    • Your weapon has an element bowl attached.

    NOTE: Adding an element bowl to your weapon, and using an elemental skill with that weapon cancels out the elements. So using the skill ‘Water Pole’ with a Dark element rod would make the damage as if there weren’t any elements involved, which means you can no longer use elements to your advantage. NEEDS TO BE VERIFIED



    There is only one way of using elements in defense.
    • Add the element to your head gear, upper armor and/or lower armor.

    TIP: Now ideally, you’d want your armor to have no weakness at all. This is possible; add Light element to one armor piece, and Dark element to another. That way the effects of Light and Dark are cancelled out, and you are well protected against the remaining elements. EDUCATED GUESS; TO BE TESTED.


    6.c Elemental bowls; creating an item to add elements to your gear

    To add elements to your gear, you will need element bowls. So if you want to add Dark to your weapon, you need a Dark bowl. So how do we make a bowl? Let’s take a Dark bowl as an example.

    • A Dark bowl requires 20 Dark fragments and a ‘None Bowl.’
    + Check the dungeon section of this guide to find the day you can farm Dark fragments.
    + Any element dungeon will drop None fragments. You will need 15 for a None Bowl.
    • Go to the Synthesis NPC.
    + Tap the Synthesis NPC
    + Tap ‘SP items’
    + Tap ‘None bowl’ and create it.
    + Repeat the process with the ‘Dark bowl.’

    7. Avatars; the way to looking pretty


    So you start the game, and you notice how you look exactly like ten others. Then suddenly, someone comes along with a BUNNY ON THEIR HEAD. (This feeling still applies to me, I want a bunny on my head). So how do you get to look fabulous? There are items called avatars which influence how you look. They don’t have any stat boosts, so it’s only for cosmetic purposes. But I already had you when I said bunny didn’t I?


    7.a Getting avatars

    Getting avatars will cost you dearly. You can get them through these ways:
    • Buy with gems (this requires real money, which I refuse).
    • Buy from the stall (expect to pay huge amounts here).
    • Get from Exciting, Platinum, Gold, Silver or Bronze Box. You need to be VERY lucky.
    • Get them from Chic Boxes. Chic Boxes simply contain an avatar. Chic Blue Boxes contain armor avatars; Chic Red Boxes contain weapon avatars.
    • Create at Synthesis NPC.
    • Create at NPC specific to event.


    7.b Premium avatars

    Avatars that can only be obtained through gem purchases are called ‘Premium Avatars.’ If people sell them, you will need a premium ticket to be able to buy them 99% of times. Count on paying tons of gold as well. Premium avatars are for the rich, the famous and the people who have too much money on their hands (I am not jealous, I am just being realistic… okay I wish I could afford it sometimes). Premium tickets can be created by synthesizing two ‘Weird Copper Coin’ at the Synthesis NPC. Synthesize 100 ‘Copper Coin Piece’ for one ‘Weird Copper Coin.’


    7.c Equipping avatars

    So you got an avatar! Yay, time to look fabulous… or ridiculous:

    1. Navigate: MENU-ITEM-AVATARS
    2. Choose a slot (head, upper, lower, right hand, left hand, accessories).
    3. Choose an avatar at your disposal.
    4. Equip it.
    NOTE: You can only equip weapon avatars that match the weapon you are holding. I’d hate to disappoint you, but you will never shoot a guy in the balls with a sword.


    8. Trading: essential for all you need.

    This part is getting its own chapter, because you will need it a lot to get the best gear, items, avatars and whatsoever. Trading revolves around the Stall NPC. This is the place where players auction their stuff to other players. If you don’t know how to use this tool, you will overpay for crappy stuff, miss out on items you want, etcetera. I’ll be happy to take your money off your hands, but it would be better to read on.


    8.a Buying at the stall

    You can find items you want to buy in three ways, so tap the Stall NPC and get started.

    • New 50 - lists the last 50 items that have been exhibited.
    • Category – search for items by category. Weapons, armors and avatars can be specified by subcategories; weapons and armors can be specified further to ‘for level’-range. Press ‘Search’ when you have chosen the categories, to get results.
    • Item – You can manually enter item names here to look them up. Be sure to use capitals if the item name has it. For example: If I am looking for an item called ‘Custom Tool’ and I type ‘custom’ I won’t get any results. Typing ‘Custom’ will.
    NOTE: You can sort results by how new they are, or by price. Use this to make sure you don’t overpay for an item, or simply check up on the value of an item.


    8.b Selling at the stall – exhibit

    Now it’s time to make some money! How do you sell items?

    1. Tap ‘Exhibit’
    2. Select an item; you will have access to both your bag and your storage.
    3. Set the price. NOTE: a percentage of your sales will be deducted for taxes.
    4. Choose the amount of items for this total price (if the item is stackable).
    5. In case you want to sell this to a specific person; set a password. Be sure to make up a good one; some people will try to guess passwords for cheap items, so setting ‘12’ as a password is kinda asking for it.


    8.c Trading at the stall

    You can also set up a trade with players who are in your friend list. This trade will take 3 steps before it is established, and you can both pick up your items and/or money. To make sure you don’t make any mistakes, let’s say Hank is selling 23 Custom Tools to Joe for 500.000 gold.

    1. Hank sets up the trade.
    + TRADE-SEND TRADE-TAP AND CREATE TRADE REQUEST.
    + In the next screen, he taps the upper box and selects Joe as a trade partner.
    + He taps the item box and selects the Custom Tools, changing the number to 23.
    + HE LEAVES THE LOWER BOX BLANK. Otherwise he would send money to Joe.
    + He taps ‘Request’ and confirms.

    2. Joe puts up the money.
    + TRADE-RECEIVE TRADE-Hank: Step 2.
    + Joe checks first Hank has put up the items they agreed to.
    + Due to taxes, Joe fills in 515.463 in the lower box (15.463 will be deducted for taxes in this case, so Hank gets exactly 500.000).
    + Joe double checks the trade, and then confirms.

    3. Hank checks if the trade is set correctly.
    + TRADE-SEND-TRADE-Joe: Step 3.
    + Hank sees that Joe put up the agreed amount of money. He confirms the trade and gets his 500.000.

    * Joe will need to go to TRADE-RECEIVE TRADE-Hank: Established to pick up his Custom Tools.
     
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    8.d SCAMMERS – A WORD OF WARNING

    Unfortunately, there are some players who try to scam you out of your items or money. Here are some tips to avoid that:
    • NEVER trade through mail. Use the trade option at the stall.
    • ALWAYS check a trade thoroughly before accepting.
    • PATIENCE. Don’t let yourself get baited because you want that item so bad. If you get scammed, you can lose millions worth of items or gold.
    • KNOWLEDGE. Know how trades work, because some scammers will ‘explain’ you how it works. “Wow what a nice guy, I didn’t know there were 4 steps to a trade.” No there’s not. If you have doubts, check the forums or ask some other people.
    • DOUBT MEANS NO. Got doubts on whether the person you’re trading with is legit? Call off the deal and try again some other time.
    • Don’t listen to reasons why you would have to send something upfront. Do straight up deals.
    • Check the Avabel Hall of Shame forum for known scammers. Run into more scammers? If you are 100% sure that you did, report them as well please. FYI: forgetting taxes is a common honest mistake, so don’t slander people’s name unless they thoroughly deserve it.
    • PREMIUM TICKETS are the most prone to scam, since they can’t be traded through the regular trade option, and thus can only be exchanged by mailing it. If you want to get your hands on a premium ticket, try to get your hands on 2 Weird Copper Coins (WCC) and synthesize the ticket from those; WCC can be traded.


    Here are some tactics I have encountered with scamming:

    • Setting up a deal where you have to send your item first. The scammer will run off with it as soon as you did.
    • Setting up a deal where the scammer asks for an item first as collateral, in case you would be a scammer. He then says he would send you his item, you send your item, and he would give the collateral back. Do NOT do collaterals; the scammer will simply run off with it.
    • Making agreements about selling an item to you through the trade option, and then putting up an item with a slightly different name. For example, I ran into a player called ohkgPY (congrats on being crucified in this guide) who baited me with a very low price for sharp crystals. When I checked the trade, I noticed he put up sharp crystal pieces instead (which are worth 20% of a crystal). In his case, it wasn’t an honest mistake.
    • Tricking you into thinking a deal has more steps, or any other nonsense to take advantage of you.


    8.e Premium items; tricky to buy and sell

    There are also items that can only be bought by consuming a Premium Ticket. These items are signified by a small red&yellow card in the stall.

    When selling a Premium item, you have two options to do so:

    • Consume your own Premium Ticket to be able to stall the item. The buyer will not need a Premium Ticket to buy your item, so be sure to add the ticket value to your selling price.
    • Be a Monthly Ticket user. This requires Gems (a currency obtained by paying your ‘in real life’-money for it).


    9. Making money: some quick tips


    Making money can be very hard if you don’t know how to. I remember seeing stuff that cost 10.000 gold and thought I was never going to be able to afford that. We all know that feeling; but here are some quick tips.

    • Always check what an item is worth in the stall before you get rid of it. You do not want to be that person who disposed a Weird Copper Coin… That thing is worth 3 million FYI. So every time you encounter a new item, go check it out!
    • Sell any gear that has three stars or more in the stall. People need it and will pay up for it.
    • Farm the crystal dungeons. Once you are strong enough to take them on, go hit the crystal dungeons. Each crystal is worth about 25k, so you can get some guaranteed money that way; people will always need crystals.
    • Don’t invest in gear to soon. Your level will skyrocket in the beginning and the enemies aren’t that hard. I’d say the sixth floor will be the first hard floor, so start investing when you reach that one. You’ll probably be around level 30 by then.
    • Don’t overpay for items. Always check what it is worth before you buy something.
    • Don’t think you’re too good for small cash. I have seen enough people who only try to sell stuff that is worth hundreds of thousands. Well guess what: 1 x 200.000 < 60 x 5.000.
    • Be resourceful. There are always better ways to make money, you just need to find them.


    What this guide lacks – pointing you towards other with knowledge


    Of course, this guide will never be complete. One reason is that I can’t keep up with all the updates; fully understanding each new feature to an extent that I can explain it to someone who is new to the game is VERY time-consuming. More importantly though, there are lots of topics where other people can give you better advice than I can. So here is a list of what this guide is missing, and a thread and/or person to look towards if you want to learn more about it.


    • PvP: I can only advise you to read up on what each stat, skill and skill branch does for you. Everyone has their own opinion about what is good. I personally respect @rayleih ‘s opinion very much. In a nutshell: there is no ‘best’ class or ‘best’ build. Tailor it completely to your needs, skills and preferences. Skill (and a good internet connection) is what will decide battles. Same source as for classes: http://avabelforums.com/forums/avabel-class-discussions.4/
    • Events: The developers launch new events very often. @Xiansai always provides information really fast and accurate.
    • Anything else: Just learn to find your way around the forums. Be sceptic when you read up on things; everyone can misunderstand stuff or make wrong assumptions (the changelog of this guide shows that; there is much I have had to correct and/or update). You’ll start recognizing people who post accurate information as you use the forums more. @Innosan, @marcocococo, @Leo Striker and @Joseph are a few of such people.

    11. Special thanks

    I wouldn’t know all this without the help of numerous players, each adding a bit more knowledge every day. So first off: a shout out to this very social community, both in the game and on the forums. The members of Murked and the staff members of avabelforums deserve to be mentioned explicitly; they provide extensive knowledge and test mechanics to its core.

    Big thanks to all the members of Rage«Quit and Penance«, and of course our former ally Nightwingz.

    I wouldn’t have been playing long enough to know all this, if I didn’t have such great friends to play with. Very special thanks go to Arishen, cflashs, Gurgur2 *john*, Maddy16, Piston«, Ovrin, parisfr and Rosam; I have been playing with them as long as I can remember!

    Finally I’d like to thank the people who have provided feedback; they help rout out incorrect information.

    Thank you for reading.


    Greets, Greed-o.
     
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    Good job very detailed
     
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    Really nice, thorough guide. Of course I have one little nitpick: the comment that greater than 40 dex will reduce your crit rate. As far as I have been able to find out, this was originally an assumption that was made back when the level cap was 60. I don't know that anyone tested to confirm, but I believe it was more of a guideline based on the fact that if you poured more points into dex, that your main stat would suffer from the significantly reduced amount of available stat points. Basically, the assumption behind high dex was that the increased crits would more than make up for the reduced damage per hit.

    In any case, dex>40 reducing crits has become conventional wisdom that is grounded more in folklore than actual testing. Be that as it may, it's still a good rule of thumb, especially for people who are new to the game. Once you're in a position to understand the intricacies of a dex build, you'll have more than enough money to be able to afford a restat if you so desire.

    Another tip: don't pour points into vit at early levels just because jabbawock and greed on f3 can one-shot you. Back in the day, those bosses were originally a challenge for full parties of level 60 players. As a level 15-35 player, you should just try to avoid most bosses.

    Experimenting before you hit level 31 cannot be stressed enough. As noted, you can change class, stats and skills as much as you want until level 30. Use this opportunity to play around and truly figure out what works for your play style. If you don't like the class/build mechanics at level 30, it's unlikely that you'll like it when you reach 50 for an advanced class.
     
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    well while we at it Dex also Affect Minimal Attack, Minimal Magic Attack, and Raises HIT it and I do agree with aleph as I did do 1 Stat Point in Str and Dex each Level and I put Dex at one Point to 120 Critical Chances does not decrease after 40 infact it Increases just the same as other Stats Increase what they do and as I post on New Avabel Stat Guide Thread DEX increase Min Atk and Min Matk based on the weapon you wielding. other than that I have nothing else this is a Really thorough Guide and I Congrats you for doing it.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback and 'informative' rating so far. Good that I am being corrected on the DEX matter :D
     
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    A lot more detail, and a lot more helpful. You sir, (sadly i cant put more than one rating) are the new BaseGod lol. Sorry @Leo Striker , someones taken your position ^^ jk bro lol

    @GJO thanks for the mention, means a lot. Keep it up! Extremely informative. And yes, Dex is a really tricky stat to work with.
     
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    TL;DR just kidding! Great guide since the game pretty much throws you in front of the tower and doesn't tell you much but go forth and slay...
    Read most of it will add to this list the few things I noticed that require editing: chat section how to access chat log example you missed something need to scroll up and cannot anymore in the normal box to see what was typed (even though you do brush on it in the adding friends section).
    Dying in rush does cost you exp 5% per death to be exact of your rush total not your actually exp like dying in floors where you do lose 5% of your current exp. Personally tested in rush 3 dying multiple times on my rogue lowered my exp by 7500 per death (5% of the 150k awarded).
    You can kill nothing in rush as long as the party hits the set marker, 600 is required in rush 3 though don't be surprised if 90% of the server blacklists you and calls you bad things :). I don't know rush 1/2 exact amounts but has to be 400~600ish? Those you can do blind folded.
    All item/random etc dungeons must be completed at least once online before attempting offline or they will not allow access to the following difficulty/floor number. Example doing dungeon of elements novice offline will never allow you to have access to dungeon of elements intermediate. Complete novice once online then you will have access to intermediate, same goes for the the 3rd do intermediate online to have access to the next difficulty on/offline.
    Stats section mental effects spell points not skill points obviously just a typo though don't want people thinking o nice easy skill points 150 mentality!!!
    Possibly add to skill section about using novice skill for up to 120minutes of 30% exp bonus use it always any time you are killing cancel it anytime you aren't so it will begin to rebuild as you afk/chat/sell/pot.

    Something I totally forgot I found out translating the page for the last huge update to see what we were getting is a really nice 2 hour stacking 10% exp bonus once per day for using twitter in game from the chat menu. I don't use twitter at all so I just created a bs account then in game I tweet anything like EXP doesn't really matter since no one follows me and now in my bonus effects ill see twitter bonus 10% exp with a 2 hour timer counting down. They went over it in that post showing best ways to maximize experience farming using twitter bonus red books novice bonus etc.
    These all also apply during raids so you are getting 1 exp per 1 dmg with the bonuses that can go from getting 100exp for 100dmg to getting 200+ exp per 100dmg. I have personally had rewards of 3.5-5m exp from one raid running monthly ticket + novice skill + red book (from daily spins) twitter bonus etc all at once very very easy big chunks of levels. Just try to organise a party or large group though as the under 70 raids tend to be a little dry on bodies and can get very hp potion expensive. Just do some time in there knowing that 1dmg = 1exp so once its over you'll have a nice big reward waiting thanks to the stacking exp bonuses. So if you see blah blah has opened when logging in check your potion amounts and get in there asap!
     
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    Thank you for the suggestions and additional information. I will be sure to alter the guide based on the information you all provide!
     
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    Oh and how to fix stuck of linking screen because we all love it so much we want it to happen as often as possible...lol
    For iOS users press your lock device button then just open up your device again don't hit home or close the app just lock and reopen it will load back to where you were say communication error and reload that map rather then restarting the whole app over again.
    For driod users tab out of game and/or hit aeroplane mode re-enter game tab back out turn off aeroplane mode re-enter game and it will give the same communication error and reload your current map (droid users may have other ways to turn aeroplane on/off I don't know any fast ways I don't use my android device much).
     
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    Woa its nice, thanks for your effort to make this guide ;)
     
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    Alright I completely removed the old version and replaced it by version 1.1.
    Thanks again to everyone who replied and put me in my place where I was wrong :D
    Please keep the feedback coming so this guide is as helpful as possible :)
     

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  18. GJO

    GJO Doesn't Hassle the Hoff

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    In Game Name:
    Inactive
    Level:
    97
    I have started to hide large chunks of information in spoilers. I know how I hate to scroll, and I bet others do too. I've never actively posted on forums though, and I feel I'm not doing it quite right. Some pointers would be very helpful :)
     
  19. urdadi

    urdadi Active Member

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    Location:
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    In Game Name:
    urdadi
    Level:
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    Guild:
    Calamity
    the spoilers work well, good edit. I wish I had this guide when I first started out.
     
  20. kuplinhg

    kuplinhg Member

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    can i ask how high is the max level?
     

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