Posts by Kettu

    played 5-6 hours a day and followed both quest lines, i hit level 85/85/85 in less than a 5 days. if you worry about hitting level 85 and don't have more than 1-2 hours a day playtime then focus only leveling your main class and use the level 80 boost item on your secondary and third class. follow both quest lines since they will connect to 1 before you level 85 and you cant continue the "main quest" without both quest lines completed.

    So the power-up is for both off-classes?

    The boost to 80 applies to all classes you have set to secondary as long as the game client doesn't crash while you're claiming them & switching between classes to get them. To be honest, a possible 6 classes can be claimed.

    correct me if im wrong but someone told me 4 is max in the catch-up server

    what works for me is use less Addons, they will make your game crash more often (I have like 2 Addons total).
    Graphic Setting i use is everything Low except character detail and texture max, view distance 15%. disable bloom and player character effects.

    Fast way:
    Create your character, ask someone to boost you to level 20 in Forsaken Abbey instance, ask someone to port you to Heffner, level your main to level 54 or 55 and move to Dalanis and start Morrok and Toni questline and quest till you level 85.
    Use level boost to level your secondary and third class to 80. Done! (Took me 5-6 days to comblite).

    If your class needs elite skills to work properly then level your secondary in Heffner, i would not recommend to level past 50 since it will start taking too much time and level 65 or 70 is hard to get. If your class compo need level 65 or 70 to work then i recommend you to level with easier class and boost the main class with the boost item.

    This guide is based on old thread from 2016 but i'm trying to make new updated one here.
    feel free to comment if something is lacking or incorrect so ill update it.

    Equipment & Stats

    -Ranged weapon:
    Crossbow - (tiered to the highest tier), (gives the most damage and crit).


    1H-Sword - (Stat Stick), (gives the most p.att).

    Leather gear - (with either all crit or Hard mode set for the extra damage).

    Dex/P.att - x4
    Str/P.att - x2

    Statting can be down to the person by using dex/p.att and str/p.att in any order due to them giving both 1 point of p.att per 1 point of dex/str (best would be 4/2).


    -Item shop foods:

    [Featured Cuisine Delicacy] - (+4% all attributes)
    [Soulmate Mixed Dessert] - (+7% Str & Dex + 3% P.atk & Crit dmg)
    [Aged Realgar Wine] - (+30% Attack Power M.atk & P.atk) (Super rare to get!)
    [Hot Stew] - (+30% P.atk) (Super rare to get!)

    -Crafter foods:
    [Hero Potion] - (+20% all attributes),
    [Caviar Sandwich] - (+10% crit hit dmg) these can be crafted and gotten from your housekeeper,

    -An optional potion:
    [Touch of the Unicorn] - (+20% maximum Health points)

    -Short duration ones that are ~30 seconds or less time:

    [Strong Stimulant] - (+25% attack speed)
    [Extinction Potion] - (+650 crit hit rate)
    [Laor Forest Tart] - (6 seconds immune to physical damage)
    [Serenstum] - (6 seconds immune to physical damage)

    -These are very useful buffs too for soloing harder bosses and something you must have for a party running instances:
    [Magic Lute]
    - (+25% attack Speed)
    [Magic Tambourine] - (+15% phsical dmg)

    !There are tons of buff foods and things in this game that you need later for the high end content!


    -Main damage skills:
    [Charged Chop]
    [Hidden Peril]

    -AOE damage skills:
    [Gryphon Bash]
    [Reflected Shot]
    [Piercing Arrow]

    -Trash damage skills:
    [Charged Chop]

    Here is a list of skills I would recommend that you get to maximum level and I will try to prioritize them from most important to least important.

    -Scout General Skills:
    1.[Blood Arrow]
    4.[Speed Shooting]

    -Warden General Skills:

    1.[Charged Chop]
    2.[Savage Power]
    3.[Briar Shield]
    4.[Enhanced Accuracy]

    -Scout Specific Skills:

    5.[Ranged Weapon Mastery]
    6.[Natural Care]
    8.[Forest Guidance]
    9.[Eagle Eyes]
    10.[Target Area]
    12.[Hidden Peril]

    If you still have TP left over:
    13.[Gryphon Bash]
    14.[Piercing Arrow]
    [Reflected Shot]


    -The most impacting ones:

    [Hunter Stance] - (Grotto of Horrors, item set skill)

    [Going It Alone] - (Vale of Rites, item set skill)

    -Other scout ISS (Less important):

    [Spirit Beast's Leather] - (Bethomia, item set skill)

    [Focus Enhancement] - (Sardo Castle, item set skill)


    -“short buffs” or “burn buffs”

    1.[Caviar Sandwich] - (or the house maid one)

    2.[Target Area]


    4.[Strong Stimulant]

    5.[Savage Power]

    6.[Tranquillity powder]

    7.[Arcane potion]

    8.[extinction potion]

    9.[Blood arrow]


    11.[Arrow of Essence]

    12.[Going It Alone]

    -Solo Rotation:
    2.[Autoshot] - (toggle it on during Snipe Cast)
    3.[Charged Chop]
    4.[Shot] - (spam shot)
    "boss should be dead"

    -Party Rotation:
    1.[Vamp arrow] - (if you have scout/rogues in the party)


    3.[Snipe] - (on knight/warrior AD)

    4.[charged chop] - (on knight/warrior AD)

    5.[Reflected shot] - (if you have time on AD)


    “boss should be dead”

    Most of the other skills compared to Shot are really weak for scout besides Snipe and Charged Chop.
    Hidden Peril is nice for the chance of a 1 second cast Snipe but my personal preference is to cast snipe at the start of my rotation while solo.
    When in a raid for a high end instance my rotation slightly varies depending on what support is in party.