When I first started this site, I didn’t have much work to do and I had lots of free time (thus I thought of making this site lol), but now I’m getting a LOAD of school work so I won’t be posting as often. Also, that beginning hype has kind of died down. It’s actually becoming a little boring to keep posting, but I’ll still be adding new things. This recent patch didn’t have much, but once Aran comes out, expect a good guide. I am also planning on making a guide on the “Episode 1” quests. So far, I have only completed all those quests on a warrior.
Should I Level First or Earn Mesos First?
This is a question that often people ask and there is no REAL answer to. But, from my own experiences I would level first. I have noticed that at higher levels it is much easier to gain mesos. It might just be because I am a warrior and there are leeches that I can sell, but other jobs can also sell leeches or hunt for items. Mages can sell leeches at mobbing maps and Night Lords and Buccaneers can also sell BF leech.
Here are some ways to get mesos when you are a higher level:
- Going on ZRuns, Scarlion Runs, and Targa Runs then selling your helm
- Selling BF (BigFoot), HH (Headless Horseman), or Anego leech
- Selling leeches at mob areas (ex. Harps, Newts, Skele)
- Hunting for books and scrolls (Bossing)
- CWKPQ/HT/Pink Bean runs (for these, you ussually don’t get an item. instead, the leader gets the item, sell its, then distributes the mesos among the attackers)
As you can see, it is much easier for high levels to make mesos. Most of the items listed above can be done by any 130 or 140+ character regardless of job. For lower levels, hunting or pqing for items is much slower and less rewarding. The main way to get mesos at lower levels is by merching, which takes skill and you must be active frequently.
Overall, I think leveling to 4th job should be done before earning mesos. If you are around lvl 80-100 and find yourself without any mesos, I would try to do some hunting (area bosses) or some merching in order to gain back some mesos. Use those mesos to get pots. You will notice once you get 4th job, mesos will be much easier to earn.
One thing that Nexon does well is having 2x events. Recently they have added many more 2x events for summer, halloween, etc. Nowadays we get almost 2-3 hours of 2x exp every Saturday and Sunday which is good. If you are available during those times, it is important to take advantage of these times. 2x exp helps boost your exp greatly and helps you spend less on pots (since you don’t have to train as much). If you have nexon cash, it is also good to get an additional 2x card to get 4x exp.
REMEMBER THAT 2x EXP BUFFS (Family Buff) does NOT stack with 2x events!
You should take advantage of 2x events by either grinding with a friend or leeching. Personally, I don’t think leech is bad, since you had to work for the mesos to buy leech. If you are leeching yourself, that isn’t bad either since you had to level that character.
During 2x events, ussually most channels and good training spots are taken. Try to train at mini dungeons to avoid looking/fighting for channels. If you are training at non-mini dungeon maps like wind raiders, voodoos, gallos, or harps, try to get there at least 30 mins early. Most people will not KS (kill steal) you, so it should be okay. If you people do, you should ask your buddy list or guild/alliance for help. I’m sure someone would come to help.
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