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The Comprehensive Gear Guide

Discussion in 'Items & Mesos' started by Mirrors, Nov 13, 2020.

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    :picopico: ~ this is a work in progress ~ :picopico:

    Intro & Background

    Back when I was a new player, I was not sure about what sort of gears to wear. I found a guide by thevati that had great information on the gear builds for mages which was super helpful, but didn't have any info on other classes. My hope is with this guide it will provide a good foundation for new players of all classes to understand gear progression!

    Please know that these are all recommendations and not strict guidelines that you have to follow - just get whatever is available to you and have fun.

    I am also looking for high level players who are willing to help me figure out the gear progression for other classes as well!

    Table of Contents
    • Post 1
      • All Classes Gear
      • Washing Gear
      • Event Gear
    • Post 2
      • Mage Gear
      • Warrior Gear
      • Thief Gear
      • Pirate Gear
      • Archer Gear
    [​IMG] All Classes
    There are a few items, like the Zak helm, that are recommended for all or multiple classes. Since I don't want to copy and paste it in every section, I decided to make an 'All Classes' section instead for equips are used by all classes.
    Hat
    Level 0: [​IMG] Blue Maple Bandana or [​IMG] Maple Bandana Blue. +3 all stats, 7 slots.
    • Although Blue Maple Bandanas give the most stats, there are also other Maple Bandanas that also give stats (Red ones give average +2, Yellow give average +1). They are only available during the Anniversary Event though, so your best bet is to find it in the Free Market for a lot of mesos.
    Level 10: [​IMG] [acc], [​IMG] [acc], [​IMG] [dex] [​IMG] [str], [​IMG] [int], Other Bandanas, +1 stats, 7 slots.
    • These are dropped by various mobs and can be obtained from Gachapon, and they can provide valuable stats if you can't afford a pricey Maple Bandana.
    Level 20: [​IMG] [int], [​IMG] [acc] Old Wisconsins, +2 stats, 7 slots.
    • These are obtained from Gachapon but can be found in the Free Market for a modest amount of mesos.
    Level 25: [​IMG] [luk], [​IMG] [dex], [​IMG] [str], Bamboo Hats, +3 stats, 7 slots.
    • You can obtain the Brown and Green Bamboo hats from Kerning PQ or find them in the Free Market for very cheap!
    Level 50: [​IMG] Zakum Helmet, +15 all stats, +20 accuracy, +20 avoid, 10 slots, untradeable
    • This is one of the endgame helmet for most players. It is highly recommended to go get your Zakum Helmet asap as it is relatively affordable, and gives lots of stats. You can obtain it at level 50 by purchasing a Zakum Helmet from sellers, who are usually high level players running a boss run. Remember to do the Zakum Prequest beforehand!
    Level 50: [​IMG] Ravana Helmet, +18 all stats, +10 accuracy, +10 avoid, +5 speed, +2 jump, 7 slots, untradeable
    • Ravana Helmets have slightly higher all stats than Zakum helmets but come at the cost of 3 fewer slots. It is up to you whether or not to run with a decent Rav helm for your endgame helmet. You can obtain a Ravana helmet by completing the Ravana Prequest and defeating Ravana; the catch is that the Ravana Helmet can be 4 different kinds of helms, so it might take a few runs until you get the desirable +18 helmet.
    Level 80: [​IMG] Scarlion Hat (DEX) or (STR), +15 all stats except +17 for DEX/STR, +19 accuracy, +19 avoid, +3 jump, 10 slots, untradeable
    • Another option for an endgame helmet is the Scarlion Hat, which can "specialize" in either Dex or Str, which is basically an improved Zakum Helmet for its certain stat. This makes it an attractive option for those who might need those stats. You can obtain it by defeating Scarlion after completing the Scarga Prequest.
    Level 80: [​IMG] Targa Hat (INT) or (LUK), +15 all stats except +17 for INT/LUK, +19 accuracy, +19 avoid, +3 jump, 10 slots, untradeable
    • Similar to the Scarlion Hat, the Targa Hat "specializes" in Int or Luk instead of Dex & Str, giving +17 for Int or Luk (depending on which one you pick up). This makes it a good option for Mages and Thieves. You can obtain it by defeating Targa after completing the Scarga Prequest.

    Gloves
    Level 10: [​IMG] [str], [​IMG] [int], [​IMG] [dex], [​IMG] [luk] Work Gloves, +2 stats, 5 slots.
    • These can be obtained from the quest 'Protect Luca's Farm' on Maple Island, and can give up to +2 on the stats. These are fairly affordable and can be scrolled cheaply as they have 5 slots. It is highly recommended you do the quest to get a pair.
    Level 10: [​IMG] Brown Work Gloves, 7 slots.
    • You might be wondering why BWG have its own section from the other work gloves when they don't even give any stats. This is because they have 7 slots instead of the standard 5, which allows for greater scrolling potential. This makes BWG significantly more expensive than other WG. This is usually an endgame glove for attackers, usually scrolled for 12+ att.
    • You can obtain these from Gachapon, or a low chance to get one by exchanging [​IMG] 100 Dark Cloud Foxtail to Faito in Showa.
    Level 20: [​IMG] Yellow Marker, 7 slots
    • Same deal as the BWG, Yellow Markers are expensive end-game gloves due to their 7 slots. They can only be obtained through Gachapon.

    Overall
    Level 20: [​IMG] [​IMG] Bathrobes, 10 slots
    • Due to the lukless / dexless nature of the classes in MapleLegends, many players have Bathrobes on due to their low level requirement, many slots, and cheapness to scroll. Most players wear Bathrobes until they are high enough level to afford to scroll their endgame overalls.
    • They can be purchased for 30k mesos from Momoyo in Zipangu inside the Spa.
    • Note: These are endgame equips for most Mages since Mages are almost always lukless in this server.
    Level 30: [​IMG] [​IMG] Sauna Robes, 10 avoid, 10 slots
    • This is a higher level bathrobe, a bit better looking, and comes with a nice 10 avoid, which makes it a nice option for those who want to not just scroll bathrobes. You can obtain it by completing Mr. Wetbottom's Secret Book questline.

    Earrings
    Level 15: [​IMG] Single Earring, 5 Slots
    • Often scrolled due to the fact it is easily obtainable from Henesys Market for 7k. Most endgame users scroll these for their stat of choice, especially since it has a low level requirement.
    Level 15: [​IMG] Amethyst Earrings, 5 Slots
    • Similar to the Single Earring as they are sold in the same place for the same price, these are also often endgame earrings. They just look different from single earrings.
    Level 50: [​IMG] Altaire Earrings, +1 all stats, 5 slots, untradeable
    • You obtain these by Ellin PQing at least 20 times. These are a great option for those who don't have the funds to scroll their endgame earrings yet. However, they are untradeable.
    Level 50: [​IMG] Glittering Altaire Earrings, +2 all stats, 5 slots, untradeable
    • You obtain these by Ellin PQing at least 50 times. Due to the amount of EPQing needed, most users tend to skip getting these, but if you love EPQing and are close, it's not a bad idea to pick these up.
    Level 80: [​IMG] Gold Emerald Earrings, +2 Dex, +5 Int, 5 slots
    • An expensive but very strong pair of earrings that have Dex for attackers and Int for mages. They are a rare drop from The Boss and Maverick B.
    Level 100: [​IMG] Sword Earrings, +30 HP, 5 slots
    • Every little bit of HP counts, and Sword Earrings are a good choice if you care about that. These are dropped by several mobs (you can check the library listing for which ones) and are a decent choice for high level players who want a bit more HP.
    Level 110: [​IMG] Element Pierce, +1 all stats, +2 m. att, 7 slots
    • For players who want to get the best of the best, Element Pierce are at the top of the class, but also extremely difficult to get. You can craft them as part of NeoTokyo, which requires daily bossing and coins in order to craft. It is also a rare drop from the boss Nibergen (also NeoTokyo).

    Shoes
    Level 21: [​IMG] Yellow Strap Shoes, +5 avoid, 5 slots
    • Another option for users who want to get extra avoid while bossing, but only with 5 slots. Obtainable from Gachapon.
    Level 21: [​IMG] Silver Strap Shoes, +5 jump, 7 slots
    • Silver Strap Shoes are relatively popular since they have 7 slots compared to the regular 5. People usually scroll these for Dex. Obtainable from Gachapon.
    Level 30: [​IMG] Fonla's Slippers, +1 all stats, +3 jump, 5 slots, untradeable
    Level 30: [​IMG] Squishy Shoes, +1 all stats, +3 speed, 5 slots, untradeable
    • Obtainable from Kerning PQ, either from dropping from King Slime or from KPQing 20 times. Since these are +1 all stats, these are pretty decent shoes to wear until you are finally ready to scroll your stronger shoes.
    Level 30: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Snowshoes, 7 slots, class-locked
    • Regular snowshoes are class-locked (ex. Red Snowshoes are only equippable by Warriors), but easily obtainable as they are sold in El Nath for 30k mesos. These are a good option for those who want 7 slot shoes to scroll and they also prevent you from slipping on ice!
    Level 50: [​IMG] Yellow Snowshoes, +3 Dex, +3 Int, 7 slots
    • Some of the best shoes in the game, and useful for everyone since they have Dex for attackers and Int for mages. Since there aren't any shoe scrolls for Int though, mages will have to use Chaos Scrolls in order to scroll it, making all Int shoes very expensive. These Snowshoes obtainable only as a drop from defeating Female Boss.
    Level 80: [​IMG] Violet Snowshoes, +5 Speed, +5 Jump, 7 slots
    • For those who want some extra speed and jump in their shoes, violet snowshoes are also a good option. They are obtainable only as a drop from defeating The Boss.

    Capes
    Level 20: [​IMG] Maple Cape, 5 slots
    • The Maple Cape is one of the lowest level capes in the game, making it a popular option for those who want to make int capes for washing. However, it is only obtainable during the Anniversary Event, so it can be a bit expensive to get.
    Level 25: [​IMG] Old Raggedy Cape, +10 avoid, 5 slots
    • Probably the first cape you will get in the game and the easiest to obtain. You do the quest Stranger's Request in Kerning in order to get it. With 5 slots, it is easy to toss some cheap cape scrolls on there to get your first cape.
    Level 25: [​IMG] Ragged Black Cape, +1 att, +1 m.att, 0 slots
    • For those who want to do some more damage early, a +2 att Ragged Black Cape can be a good choice. You can buy one in the Free Market for ~2mil, however, there are 0 slots so you cannot scroll it, which is the only downside of the cape. Obtainable from Gachapon.
    Level 50~55: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Adventurer Capes & Justice Capes, 5 slots
    • LPQ drops many of these generic 5 slot capes, if you want to collect some to do some scrolling with, and are very cheap and easy to obtain. Obtainable in the bonus stage from Ludibrium PQ
    Level 50: [​IMG] Yellow Adventurer Cape, 8 slots
    • Although it has no stats, this is also an option for those who want to scroll stat-based capes since it has 3 extra slots. These are mostly used for int capes. Obtainable through Gachapon.
    Level 50: [​IMG] Pink Adventurer Cape [+2 att] & [​IMG] Purple Adventurer Cape [+7 m. att], 5 slots
    Level 65: [​IMG] Pink Gaia Cape [+3 att] & [​IMG] Purple Gaia Cape [+6 m. att], 5 slots
    • These are endgame capes for most players. They are usually scrolled for attack (with Chaos Scrolls) or for magic attack (with cape int scrolls). Because you need to use Chaos Scrolls in order to scroll for cape attack, the price of scrolled PACs and PGCs are very expensive.
    • They are usually somewhat expensive to get in the Free Market compared to other capes, especially the ones with maximum attack.
    • Obtainable through Gachapon or Event raffles.
    Level 65: [​IMG] Yellow Gaia Cape, 8 slots
    • The lesser known cousin of the PGC and the PuGC, the Yellow Gaia Cape has 3 more slots than the average cape, making it a good option for those who want to scroll a stat based cape. These are mostly used for int capes. Obtainable through Gachapon.
    Level 90: [​IMG] Crimsonheart Cloak, +4 all stats, 8 slots
    • This attractive cape is +4 to all stats which makes it a decent cape for anyone who wants to scroll one, with 8 slots as well. The only downside is that it is only obtainable through Crimsonwood Keep PQ Bonus stage, and that it has a high level requirement.
    Level 100: [​IMG] Blackfist Cloak, +300 hp, +4 att, 5 slots, untradeable
    • Also considered endgame capes for those who don't want to spend mesos to purchase a PGC. These are obtainable through Crimsonwood Keep PQ Bonus Stage as a rare drop, and can vary anywhere from 3~5 att. It is also popular since it gives a juicy 300 HP. However, the fact that it is untradeable and has a high level requirement makes it so that most players do not usually scroll these for attack.

    Shields
    Level 5: [​IMG] Stolen Fence, 7 slots
    • Probably the most common shield you will see. These are usually scrolled for attack or m.att. Stolen Fences are popular due to the fact they are easily obtainable from Lith Harbor for 2k mesos, however, the scrolls themselves are very expensive.
    Level 20: [​IMG] Maple Shield, 10 slots
    • For those who have extra mesos to fling around, the Maple Shield is the end game level shields for most players. It is leagues more expensive than a Stolen Fence due to the fact that you can only obtain it from the Anniversary Event, and it has 3 more slots.

    Pendants
    Level 50: [​IMG] Silver Deputy Star, +5 stats, +100 HP/MP, 3 slots
    • You can obtain this pendant from completing the Bounty Hunter questline (once per character). You can also buy it from the Free Market for about 15mil. It's a good investment as it can be passed around to your other characters or resold!
    Level 110: [​IMG] Mark of Narican, +5 all stats, +300 HP/MP, +4 att, +10 m. att, +15 accuracy, +5 Speed, +5 Jump, 1 slot, untradeable
    • This is a drop from the bosses during Crimsonwood Keep PQ and is one of the endgame pendants. It is pretty decent especially as it gives up to 5 weapon attack clean. You can obtain it by running CWKPQ yourself or buying it as early as level 90 by purchasing CWKPQ service, which can be from 10~15mil.
    Level 120: [​IMG] Horntail Necklace (*egged), +22* all stats, +39* avoid, +150* w.def/m.def, 3 slots, untradeable
    • This is a drop from Horntail. You might be wondering what "egged" means - Horntail also drops a [​IMG] Nine Spirit's Egg, which you can use to "egg" your clean HTP to increase its stats by completing the Missing Hero questline. Although a clean HTP stats are not that remarkable, after egging the pendant, it will buff your HTP by +15 all stats, +15 avoid, as well as give it a lot of defensive stats. You can get it early by purchasing HTP service, which can run anywhere from 30~40mil.
    Should I Get a MoN or HTP for Endgame?
    As spoken by the wise AlyoshaAlyosha:
    "It's a bit complicated generally, usually depends on where people are at.

    At 120 or so I think everyone benefits more from a HTP, but a clean 5 attack MoN is alright if you're not quite able to buy a HTP/live through HT. If you need ~23 base stats in order to equip your weapon the HTP will almost always beat out a MoN, at least until it reaches 8-9 attack or so from a chaos. Because of that MoN tends to only be better on warriors, who don't need dex (Except if you're going for a Stonetooth/1h grave).

    Late game it seems pretty split between MoNs and HTPs as far as I've noticed. The avoid from a HTP is amazing for HT, and that fact alone helps a lot of lower avoid classes like Corsairs/Bowmen meet their full potential by not needing to reposition as much.

    On paper, MoN is better if you can chaos it to it's maximum potential and is especially good vs. bosses that don't hit very often, but it's pretty easy to get away with using a HTP your whole career on a ranged character.

    I think MoN is only best in slot for DKs, and Heroes/Paladins using dex-less weapons.

    HTP is best in slot for shads and mages.

    Everyone else can really just shift between the two."

    Eye Accessories
    Level 35: [​IMG] Raccoon Mask, +1 accuracy, 7 slots
    • Eye accessories can only be scrolled for accuracy or INT. Obtainable from Gachapon. Raccoon masks are endgame gear for most mages.
    Level 45: [​IMG] Broken Glasses, +1 all stats, 3 slots, untradeable
    • These are obtainable from doing Ludi PQ 35 times. Although it is untradeable and has 0 slots, it is a decent option for players who are just starting out, so I highly recommend LPQing 35 times for them. I used mine until I was level 120!
    Level 45: [​IMG] White Raccoon Mask, +2 accuracy, 7 slots
    • A higher level requirement of the regular Raccoon mask, this one gives one extra accuracy, but is basically the same as the other raccoon mask. Obtainable from Gachapon. Raccoon masks are endgame gear for most mages.
    Level 70: [​IMG] Spectrum Goggles, +1 Str, +1 Dex, +1 Speed, 3 slots
    • Endgame gear for non-mages as these have Str and Dex. Seeing as how there are only eye accessory scrolls for Accuracy or Int, most endgame players end up scrolling these with Chaos Scrolls in order to increase the amount of Str and Dex on them, making scrolled Spec Goggles quite expensive.
    • You can obtain them in the bonus stage from Crimsonwood Keep PQ.

    Face Accessories
    Level 25: [​IMG] Rat Mouth, +1 avoid, 7 slots
    • Face accessories can only be scrolled for HP or for Avoid/DEX, which makes them a bit of a niche item to scroll. Obtainable through Gachapon.
    Level 25: [​IMG] Smiling Mask [+7 speed], [​IMG] Angry Mask [+1 avoid], [​IMG] Crying Mask [+5 Jump], 7 slots
    • Obtainable through CWKPQ bonus stage.
    Level 25: [​IMG] Sad Mask, +10 accuracy, 7 slots
    • The Sad Mask is much more expensive than its other mask counterparts, mostly due ot the fact that it gives valuable accuracy, which is important for warriors who have trouble whacking things. Obtainable through CWKPQ bonus stage.
    Level 40: [​IMG] Branch Nose, +1 avoid, 7 slots
    • Obtainable through Gachapon.

    [​IMG] Washing Gear
    TBA~


    [​IMG] Event Gear

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    :heartbeat: CREDITS :heartbeat:
    Thank you fellow staff members AlyoshaAlyosha NiseNise DuckysDuckys for helping me out!
    Thank you akashskyakashsky for helping out with earrings suggestions.
    Thank you OradiousOradious on helping out with earrings/shoe suggestions.
    Thank you yogurtselleryogurtseller for suggesting the Poison Mushroom staff.
    Thank you TsunderellaTsunderella for suggesting Goldwind shoes, helping out with Mage stuff and Bowmaster stuff!
    Thank you whatdatoastwhatdatoast for helping me out with Fonla's slippers, as well as other mage weapon stuff.
    Thank you braidgamebraidgame for suggesting Super Snowboard.
    Thank you hloohehloohe MottMott HeightsHeights for helping me fill out the Bowmaster section of the guide!
    Thank you SobletSoblet for pointing out some issues with a few items. Fixed!
    Thank you BlacheBlache for giving us more cool mage items to add.
    Thanks KanetsuguKanetsugu on pointing out an error in the crafting formula for Dragon bows.
    Thank you FlyinpandaFlyinpanda for help on Shadower weapons.
     
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    [​IMG] Mage Gear
    If the gear you are looking for does not have a section here, it is most likely covered in the "All Classes" section.

    Weapons
    Level 8: [​IMG] Wooden Wand, 23 m. att, 7 slots
    • What you will be starting your journey off with. Sold in the Ellinia Weapon Shop.
    Level 25: [​IMG] Light Purple Umbrella, 39 m. att, 7 slots
    • Obtainable only through Gachapon.
    Level 30: [​IMG] Green Paint Brush, 45 m. att, 7 slots
    • Most likely going to be your weapon until level 70 when you get your Elemental Wands if you were poor & lazy like me and couldn't afford anything better LOL.
    • This is actually an One-Handed Axe and cannot be scrolled for magic attack.
    • Sold by Yokota in Zipangu or by Shinta in Showa for 100k mesos, so it's easily obtainable.
    Level 30: [​IMG] Poison Mushroom, 45 m. att, 7 slots
    • This is an alternative to the Green Paint Brush if you want to scroll your weapon for magic attack. It is also a staff, which makes the scrolls relatively cheap! Unfortunately, this mushroom is only obtainable through Gachapon, so your best bet would to be find it from the Free Market.
    Level 35: [​IMG] Maple Staff, 48 m. att, +100 hp, 7 slots
    • A decent option especially since it comes with 100 hp, and cheap to scroll as it is a staff.
    • Obtainable only during the Anniversary event.
    Level 40: [​IMG] Yellow Umbrella, 52 m. att, 7 slots
    • If you are tired of your Green Paint Brush, you can farm some Clangs or Lunar Pixies for a Yellow Umbrella. You can see a full list of mobs that drop this by clicking on the link.
    Level 43: [​IMG] Nocturnal Staff, 58 m. att, +100 hp, +50 mp, 7 slots
    • Obtainable from the quest Cleaning Up The Streets, since this is also a staff you can get some really cheap staff scrolls if you want to try scrolling it!
    Level 43: [​IMG] Maple Lama Staff, 58 m. att, +100 hp, +50 mp, 7 slots
    • If you're too lazy to do the quest to get the Nocturnal Staff, you can get the Maple Lama Staff instead by looking for one in the Free Market, since they are only available during the Anniversary event.
    Level 48: [​IMG] Diao Chan Sword, 60 m. att, +1 Str, +1 Dex, +1 Int, 7 slots
    • Dropped by the Cloud Fox and Giant Centipede, if you feel like farming them in order to obtain this sword.
    Level 50: [​IMG] Super Snowboard, 75 m. att, +8 speed, 7 slots
    • Not compatible for all Mage skills! This snowboard is mainly targeted towards Mages whose skills can work with a snowboard (you can get a cheap snowboard to test it out yourself if you'd like). Namely, Heal or Fire Arrow. If you are a Cleric and plan on spending 30 levels of your life Healing to train, this is an excellent option as it boasts a whopping 75 magic attack, similar to a well scrolled Nocturnal Staff.
    • However, just realize that you will be unable to use other skills with the Snowboard, such as Magic Claw.
    • Obtainable as a drop from Eruwaters, which are high leveled mobs. Your best bet would be to buy it from the Free Market.
    Level 54: [​IMG] Heart Wand, 68 m. attm +2 Int, +50 HP, 7 slots
    • Obtainable through Gachapon or from an Onyx Chest (from the bonus stage of attending a wedding). Since these are popular for making washing gear (they are equippable by all classes), they are a bit pricier, but easy to obtain if you have the meso for it! You can easily find it in the Free Market.
    Level 70: [​IMG] Elemental Wand 1, +1 int, 85 m. att, 7 slots, +25% fire dmg and +10% poison dmg
    [​IMG] Elemental Wand 2, +1 int, 85 m. att, 7 slots, +10% fire dmg and +25% poison dmg
    [​IMG] Elemental Wand 3, +1 luk, 85 m. att, 7 slots, +25% ice dmg and +10% lightning dmg
    [​IMG] Elemental Wand 4, +1 luk, 85 m. att, 7 slots, +10% ice dmg and +25% lightning dmg
    • These will be your primary wands until level 130, when you get the upgraded versions. Fun fact: You can see which is the main damage multiplier based on the color of the gem inside of the wand! (Red = fire, purple = poison, blue = ice, yellow = lightning).
    • [​IMG] Fire/Poison Mages: Your main wand will most likely be Elewand 1 or EleWand 2 depending on how you decide to train, due to the bonuses.
    • [​IMG] Ice/Lightning Mages: Your main wand will most likely be Elewand 3 or EleWand 4 based on the bonuses.
    • [​IMG] Priests: You don't get any bonuses or any penalties, your damage will be the same no matter what. Just pick the cheapest wand you can find that has a good amount of m. att.
    • These are only obtainable through Gachapon, so you'll need to find one in the Free Market.
    Level 130: [​IMG] Elemental Wand 5, +2 int, 145 m. att, 7 slots, +25% fire dmg and +10% poison dmg
    [​IMG] Elemental Wand 6, +2 int, 145 m. att, 7 slots, +25% poison dmg and +10% fire dmg
    [​IMG] Elemental Wand 7, +2 luk, 145 m. att, 7 slots, +25% ice dmg and +10% lightning dmg
    [​IMG] Elemental Wand 8, +2 luk, 145 m. att, 7 slots, +25% lightning dmg and +10% ice dmg​
    • [​IMG] Fire/Poison Mages: Your main wand will most likely be Elewand 5, for that nice Meteor damage amplification.
    • [​IMG] Ice/Lightning Mages: Your main wand will most likely be Elewand 7, for the Blizzard damage amplification.
    • [​IMG] Priests: Once again, you don't get any bonuses or any penalties, your damage will be the same no matter what. Just pick the cheapest wand you can find, it's usually 6 or 8.

    Hat
    Level 20: [​IMG] Purple Old Wisconsin, +2 int
    • These are obtained from Gachapon but can be found in the Free Market for a modest amount of mesos.
    For your endgame helmet, please refer to the "All Classes" gear.

    Gloves
    Level 10: [​IMG] Yellow Work Gloves, +1 int
    • These are dropped by Cheap Amplifiers, through Gachapon, or the quest on Maple Island to Protect Luca's Farm.
    Level 20: [​IMG] Red Marker, +2 int
    • Obtainable only through Gachapon. These will be your gloves for most of the game.
    Level 35: [​IMG] Dark Noel, +2 int
    • Requires 38 Luk
    • If you want to scroll a pair of gloves but don't have the money for a Red Marker, these are another option. However, they will not sell as well due to the fact only mages can equip them (so they can't be used for washing) and the fact that it has a high Luk requirement, which makes it so that endgame mages can only wear it.
    • Obtainable as a drop from Leprechaun, Jr. Wraith, or Lorang.
    Level 40: [​IMG] Dark Arten, +3 int
    • Requires 43 Luk
    • Same pros/cons as the Dark Noel above, this is an option for those endgame mages who have 43 Luk, and can equip this glove as an alternative endgame glove. It is up to you whether or not it's worth to scroll!
    • Obtainable as a drop from Toy Trojan, Copper Drake, and more.
    Level 50: [​IMG] Flamekeeper Cordon, +8 m.att
    • An extremely rare drop from a Firebrand, this glove is quite pricey and gives a whopping average 8 magic attack. Although it has no int, for endgame mages, this will be a solid choice to do more damage.

    Overall
    Level 20: [​IMG] [​IMG] Bathrobes, 10 slots
    • They can be purchased for 30k mesos from Momoyo in Zipangu inside the Spa.
    • These are endgame equips for most Mages since Mages are almost always lukless in this server. They are usually scrolled for int.
    Level 38: [​IMG] Red Starlight (M), [​IMG] Green Starlight (M), [​IMG] Dark Starlight (M), [​IMG] Red Moonlight (F), [​IMG] Dark Moonlight (F), [​IMG] Brown Moonlight (F), +4 int, 10 slots
    • For mages who want a different option for their overall. There are pros and cons so it is up to you to decide whether to go with these.
    • Pros:
      • Have +5 int (max) clean!
      • Easily farmable from mobs. For example, Dark Starlights are farmable from Dark Stone Golems. Click on the link to see what mobs drop them!
    • Cons:
      • Generally worth less than bathrobes, since only Magicians can use them.
      • Require 40 Luk in order to equip it. This means that usually only endgame mages can wear it, because you'll need the 15 Luk from your Zak Helm and the additional ~20 Luk from your Horntail Pendant to equip it (or from whatever sources).

    Earrings
    Level 25: [​IMG] Fallen Leaf Earrings, +25 hp, +25 mp, +1 m. att, 5 slots
    • Although int is more desirable than magic attack, these are good because they come with some base magic attack and some other stats.
    Level 30: [​IMG] Red Emerald Earrings, +2 int, 5 slots
    • More expensive that single earrings, but come with a nice +2 int. These are only obtainable through gachapon.
    Level 80: [​IMG] Gold Emerald Earrings, +2 Dex, +5 Int, 5 slots
    • An expensive but very strong pair of earrings a lot of Int for mages. They are a rare drop from The Boss and Maverick B.

    Shoes
    Level 10: [​IMG] White Christmas Sock, +1 Int, 7 slots
    • Only obtainable during the Christmas Event, these socks come with +1 Int and are wearable for all classes. A bit pricey due to that. To be honest, you're probably better off wearing your slime shoes... but if you don't have slime shoes, you can get these.
    Level 30: [​IMG] Black Magicshoes, +2 Int, 5 slots
    • These require 30 luk, but are easily farmable from several easy mobs, such as Zombie Lupins. Probably the cheapest option for mage-specific shoes.
    Level 50: [​IMG] Green Goldwind Shoes, +3 Int, 5 slots
    • Require 53 luk (!!), but at maxed out stats, can give up to +4 int clean, and are farmable from several mobs such as Stone Golems and Maladys. If you can get enough luk (from your helmet, Tier 10 monster book ring, and HTP) you can wear these bad boys as an endgame mage.
    Level 50: [​IMG] Yellow Snowshoes, +3 Dex, +3 Int, 7 slots
    • Some of the best shoes in the game for mages since they come with average +3 int and a good amount of slots. These Snowshoes obtainable only as a drop from defeating Female Boss. They also have 2 more slots than usual.
    Level 70: [​IMG] Gold Lapiz Sandals, [​IMG] Brown Lapiz Sandals, +3 Int, +1 Luk, +1 M. Att, 5 slots
    • Require 73 Luk
    • As BlacheBlache explained better than I ever could: "These are the lowest level mage shoes that provide base magic attack in addition to INT. This means that their chaos potential is better than that of Yellow Snowshoes. The 73 LUK requirement is quite steep, but can be still achieved while maintaining a base LUK of 4 (Targa Helm, HTP, Crimsonheart Cloak, Element Pierce, T10 Monster Book Ring, base-LUK ele wands, event items etc). They're definitely options for people who're heavily into min-maxing."
    • Obtainable by farming via several mobs. Click on the link to see which ones!

    Capes
    Level 50: [​IMG] Purple Adventurer Cape +7 m. att, 5 slots
    Level 65: [​IMG] Purple Gaia Cape +6 m. att, 5 slots
    • These are usually scrolled for Int and can be found in the Free Market.
    • Obtainable through Gachapon or Event raffles.
    Level 90: [​IMG] Crimsonheart Cloak, +4 all stats, 8 slots
    • +4 int clean makes this an attractive cape to scroll if you want a cape that has more int.
    • Obtainable only through CWKPQ Bonus stage.
    Level 120: [​IMG] Goldensoul Cape, +3 int, 5 slots
    • Obtainable through CWKPQ Bonus stage, these are another cape that comes with base int. However, there is a high level requirement and it has less int than a Crimsonheart Cloak, so not many people use it.

    Shields
    Level 22: [​IMG] Mystic Shield, +1 int, 7 slots
    • Requires 22 luk, but if you passively have that from having a Zhelm or another bonus, this is a good cheap option for a shield since it is dropped by multiple mobs. Scrolling for shields is very very expensive since multiple classes use the scrolls on stolen fences. If you do decide to go with a Mystic Shield, it is probably not worth scrolling since only mages can equip it, so the resale value will be more limited.
    Level 33: [​IMG] Esther Shield, +1 int, 7 slots
    • Same deal as the Mystic Shield, but this requires 35 luk. There really isn't any reason to use this over the Mystic Shield.
    Level 64: [​IMG] Maple Magician Shield, +2 int, 10 slots
    • The endgame shield for mages if you decide to go with a Maple Magician Shield over a regular Maple Shield. These require 0 luk and come with a nice maxed +3 int, but can only be equipped by mages. Nonetheless they are popular choice.
    • Obtainable only during the Anniversary event.

    [​IMG] Archer Gear
    [​IMG] Bowmaster Weapons
    For the first couple levels, if you are starting off with a str build, just equip whatever strongest bow you have in your inventory.

    Level 35: [​IMG] Maple Bow, 48 att, Fast Attack Speed, +7 speed
    • For bowmasters that start off str-less, Maple Bows will be your way to go. It also has a Fast Attack Speed, like all other Maple Bows, which allows you to fire arrows faster! They do not require any Str to equip.
    • The only downside is that they are only obtainable during the Anniversary event, so if it's off-season, you'll need to find one in the Free Market.
    Level 43: [​IMG] Maple Soul Searcher, Fast Attack Speed, 58 att, +7 speed
    Level 54: [​IMG] Cao Cao Bow, 72 att, Fast Attack Speed, +2 Dex, +1 avoid, +5 speed
    • Requires 58 Str
    • For bowmasters who are on a low str build or a str build, this is for you. You can farm it from Red Slimes or Giant Centipedes. This is also one of the few other non-Maple bows that have a Fast Attack Speed, which allows you to pewpew arrows faster.
    Level 64: [​IMG] Maple Kandiva, 78 att, Fast Attack Speed, +100 hp, +10 speed
    Level 65: [​IMG] Bow of Magical Destruction, 78 att, Normal Attack Speed, +1 avoid
    • If you don't want to shell out money on a Maple Bow, this bow also requires 0 stats and is able to be used as an alternative to the Kandiva, although it doesn't have the 100 hp bonus.
    • Obtainable as a drop from Rooster and Cow in Shanghai, or from Gachapon.
    NOTE: At this point in your journey, I am assuming you will slowly start adding in STR to be able to equip your endgame bows.

    Level 80: [​IMG] Dark Arund, 85 att, Normal Attack Speed, +10 speed
    • Requires 85 Str. Dropped by several mobs, click on the link to find out which ones.
    Level 90: [​IMG] Metus, 90 att, Normal Attack Speed, +11 speed
    • Requires 95 Str. Dropped by Zak, Rav, and a couple other mobs.
    Level 100: [​IMG] White Nisrock [+1 avoid], [​IMG] Golden Nisrock [+3 jump], [​IMG] Dark Nisrock [+11 speed], 95 att, Normal Attack Speed
    • Requires 105 Str. These are one of the options for your endgame bows. They all have slightly different stat boost (in the brackets). You can try farming them as they drop from bosses, or you can purchase from the Free Market. To see what bosses drop them, click on the links.
    Level 110: [​IMG] Dragon Shiner Bow, 100 att, Normal Attack Speed, +11 speed
    • Requires 115 Str. Higher attack than a Nisrock, but also more expensive. Another option for endgame gear if you are willing to invest in it due to its higher range.
    • Obtainable as a drop from Horntail.
    • Craftable in Leafre at Mos
      • 3 [​IMG] Power Crystals, 5 [​IMG] Dex Crystals, 20 [​IMG] Dragon Spirit, 25 [​IMG] Dragon Scale
      • 1 [​IMG] White Nisrock
      • 120k mesos
      • Optional, but recommended, is a [​IMG] Bow Production Stimulator. Note that using a stimulator introduces a 10% chance to fail the craft altogether, but can also give you a chance at obtaining a perfect maxed att weapon.

    [​IMG] Marksmen Weapons
    For the first couple levels, if you are starting off some str build, just equip whatever strongest crossbow you can have.
    Level 35: [​IMG] Maple Crow, 52 att, Fast Attack Speed, +7 speed
    • For marksmen that start off str-less, Maple Crossbows will be your way to go. It also has a Fast Attack Speed, which allows you to fire arrows faster! They do not require any Str to equip.
    • The only downside is that they are only obtainable during the Anniversary event, so if it's off-season, you'll need to find one in the Free Market.
    Level 43: [​IMG] Maple Crossbow, Normal Attack Speed, 60 att, +7 speed
    Level 60: [​IMG] Golden Crow, 78 att, Normal Attack Speed, +2 Dex, +1 avoid, +5 speed
    • Requires 60 Str
    • For marksmen who are already starting their str build, this is for you. You can farm it from Water Goblins or Ice Drake (there are more mobs tho).
    Level 64: [​IMG] Maple Nishada, 81 att, Fast Attack Speed, +100 hp, +10 speed

    NOTE:
    At this point in your journey, I am assuming you will slowly start adding in STR to be able to equip your endgame crossbows.

    Level 80: [​IMG] Dark Raven, 88 att, Normal Attack Speed, +10 speed
    • Requires 80 Str. Dropped by several mobs, click on the link to find out which ones.
    Level 80: [​IMG] Raven's Eye, 90 att, Normal Attack Speed, +2 dex
    • Requires 80 Str.
    • If you don't feel like grinding mobs or buying a crossbow, you can turn in 50 [​IMG] Windraider Badges at the Crimsonwood Exchange for a chance to obtain it (the exchange is random).
    Level 90: [​IMG] Night Raven's Eye, 90 att, Fast Attack Speed, +4 dex
    • Requires 70 Str.
    • This is one of the best crossbows in the game for 3rd job Marksmen, due to the lower Str requirement as well as the Fast attack speed, which will allow you to pewpew arrows faster.
    • Obtainable via crafting at Fiona at Crimsonwood Keep, using 1 [​IMG] Raven's Eye, [​IMG] 20 Black Crystal, 1 [​IMG] Dark Crystal, 1 [​IMG] Tao of Shadows.
    Level 90: [​IMG] Casa Crow, 93 att, Normal Attack Speed, +11 speed
    • Requires 90 Str. Dropped by Pap, Capt Latanica, and a couple other mobs.
    Level 100: [​IMG] White Neschere [+1 avoid], [​IMG] Golden Neschere [+3 jump], [​IMG] Dark Neschere [+11 speed], 98 att, Normal Attack Speed
    • Requires 100 Str. These are one of the options for your endgame crossbows. They all have slightly different stat boost (in the brackets). You can try farming them as they drop from bosses, or you can purchase from the Free Market. To see what bosses drop them, click on the links.
    Level 110: [​IMG] Dragon Shiner Cross, 103 att, Normal Attack Speed, +11 speed
    • Requires 110 Str. Higher attack than a Neschere, but also more expensive. Another option for endgame gear if you are willing to invest in it due to its higher range.
    • Obtainable as a drop from Horntail.
    • Craftable in Leafre at Mos:
    • 3 [​IMG] Power Crystals, 5 [​IMG] Dex Crystals, 20 [​IMG] Dragon Spirit, 25 [​IMG] Dragon Scale
    • 1 [​IMG] White Neschere
    • 120k mesos
    • Optional, but recommended, is a [​IMG] Crossbow Production Stimulator. Note that using a stimulator introduces a 10% chance to fail the craft altogether, but can also give you a chance at obtaining a perfect maxed att weapon.

    Overalls
    For beginner archers that are just starting out, some archers will wear a bathrobe until they can finally equip their level 100 overall; you can probably find a scrolled bathrobe to buy in the Free Market.
    Alternatively, if you are strapped for cash and don't want to walk around half-naked all the time, you can wear any archer overalls that just give you the most stats. Note that it's only really worth scrolling your level 100 overall as that is the one you will wear for the rest of the game.
    Level 60: [​IMG] Red Choro (F) [​IMG] Red Tai (M) [+1 str, +5 dex], [​IMG] Blue Choro (F) [​IMG] Blue Tai (M) [+1 str, +5 dex], [​IMG] Orange Tai (M) [+5 str, +1 dex], [​IMG] Brown Choro (F) [+1 str, +5 dex]
    • These are a good option if you are just starting out and don't feel like wearing a bathrobe, as these are dropped by several common mobs. If you do decide to scroll it, it will last you a while until level 100.

    Level 100: [​IMG] Red Armis (F) [​IMG] Red Arzuna (M) [+6 str, +5 dex],[​IMG] Blue Armis (F) [​IMG] Blue Arzuna (M) [+4 str, +6 dex], [​IMG] Green Armis (F) [​IMG] Green Arzuna (M) [+6 str, +4 dex]
    • The red ones have the best stats, so the prices usually go from red -> blue -> green (where red is the priciest, and green is the cheapest).
      • The only exception is the Blue Arzuna as that is a drop from Skeles, a popular training and leeching spot, so it is fairly cheaper than the rest.
    • It's up to you whether to scroll for Dex or Str. You can check out this thread to read up more about it.

    Shoes
    Level 90: [​IMG] Red Ades Shoes [+2 str, +3 dex], [​IMG] Green Ades Shoes [+1 str, +4 dex], [​IMG] Dark Ades Shoes [+5 dex]
    • These shoes are a good option if you can't yet afford to scroll a solid pair of Arnah shoes, which have slightly more stats but are more expensive. Whichever shoes you want to scroll is entirely up to you.
    • The ones with more Str will be worth more as they help you equip your bow.
    • Obtainable as drops from several mobs, click on the link to see which ones.
    Level 100: [​IMG] Red Arnah Shoes [+2 str, +4 dex], [​IMG] Green Arnah Shoes [+6 dex], [​IMG] Blue Arnah Shoes [+1 str, +5 dex]
    • The endgame shoes for most archers, although they do cost quite a bit of meso if you want to scroll one with maxed stats.
    • Once again, red is the priciest due to the fact that it gives the most Str. But in the end it is not too much of a difference.
    • Obtainable as drops from several mobs and bosses, click on each link to see which ones.

    [​IMG] Warrior Gear
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    [​IMG] Thief Gear
    [​IMG] Shadower Weapons
    For the first couple of levels, you will be using whatever strongest dagger you can equip with your stats. We are assuming you start off mostly DEX-less and then transition into low DEX/STR to equip your endgame daggers.
    Level 10: [​IMG] Christmas Tree, 22 att, +10 avoid
    • This has the same attack as a Fruit Knife, but with more avoid, so if you wanna kill things in style you can use a Christmas Tree! Only obtainable during the Christmas event though...
    Level 35: [​IMG] Korean Fan, 50 att, +5 accuracy, +5 avoid
    • Doesn't require any stats to equip, and dropped by a lot of mobs so easily obtainable.
    Level 40: [​IMG] Plastic Bottle, 53 att, +3 luk
    • A bit harder to find as it's only dropped by 1 mob and Gachapon but also a solid choice.
    Level 43: [​IMG] Maple Wagner, 58 att, +10 accuracy, +15 avoid
    • Only available during Anniversary so a bit difficult to find.
    Level 50: [​IMG] Diamond Dagger, 62 att, +3 dex
    • Requires 8 Str
    • Only obtainable as a drop from Kunoichi
    Level 53: [​IMG] Liu Bei Dagger, 69 att, +2 luk, +2 avoid
    • A good mid 2nd-job option for Bandits, this is dropped by a few mobs if you want to try your luck at getting one!
    Level 55: [​IMG] Bushido, 70 att
    • Requires 30 Str
    • You can buy this from 2,000,000 mesos from Yokoda
    Level 64: [​IMG] Maple Dark Mate, 75 att, +1 luk, +15 accuracy, +20 avoid
    • Only available during Anniversary.
    Level 64: [​IMG] Maple Asura Dagger, 77 att, +2 str, +15 accuracy, +20 avoid
    • Only available during Anniversary.
    Level 65: [​IMG] Fan, 78 att, +100 HP
    • Requires 35 Str
    • Unfortunately, this is only available through Gachapon, so your best bet would be finding it in the Free Market.
    Level 100: [​IMG] Gold Double Knife, 95 att
    • Requires 70 Str, 140 Dex
    • Dropped by several mobs and easily found within the Free Market. This might be your endgame dagger if you scroll a nice one!
    Level 110: [​IMG] Dragon Kanzir, 100 att
    • Requires 75 Str, 150 Dex
    • This is also a good choice for an endgame dagger, however, it is a lot more expensive than a GDK because it is only dropped by Horntail or it must be crafted in Leafre.
    • Crafting Formula:
      • 5 [​IMG] Power Crystals, 3 [​IMG] Dex Crystals, 20 [​IMG] Dragon Spirit, 25 [​IMG] Dragon Scale
      • [​IMG] Gold Double Knife
      • 120,000 mesos
      • Optional, but recommended, is a [​IMG] Dagger Forging Stimulator. Note that using a stimulator introduces a 10% chance to fail the craft altogether, but can also give you a chance at obtaining a perfect maxed att weapon.
    [​IMG] Shadower Shields
    Level 80: [​IMG] Khanjar, 7 att, +1 luk
    • Requires 60 Str, 120 Dex
    • You can equip your first Shadower shield at level 80! It only gives you 7 att but it's a nice power boost anyway. I personally would not recommending scrolling it since you will probably powerlevel through 3rd job anyway and you will very soon be outgrowing this shield, especially since shields are very expensive to scroll.
    Level 120: [​IMG] Dragon Khanjar, 15 att, +2 luk
    • Requires 75 Str, 150 Dex
    • This is your shield for the rest of the game and it's probably a good idea to scroll this one for more attack. The 17 att ones can be fairly pricey. It is dropped by a few boss monsters and mobs.

    [​IMG] Nightlord Weapons
    We are assuming NLs start off low dex before building up the dex necessary to equip their endgame weapons.

    Level 35: [​IMG] Maple Claw, 20 att, +10 avoid
    • As with all Maple weapons, this is unfortunately only available during Anniversary. Otherwise you'll have to buy it secondhand from the FM.
    Level 43: [​IMG] Maple Kandayo, 23 att, +20 avoid
    • Only available during Anniversary
    Level 55: [​IMG] Shinobi Bracer, 28 att, +5 luk
    • Gachapon only
    Level 64: [​IMG] Maple Skanda, 33 att, +3 luk, +25 avoid
    • Only available during Anniversary
    Level 80: [​IMG] Black Mamba, 38 att, +5 dex
    • Requires 120 dex
    • Dropped by a few mobs such as Gallopera
    Level 90: [​IMG] Night Raven's Claw, 50 att, +2 luk
    • Obtainable as a random exchange reward by turning in [​IMG] 50 Nightshadow Badges to Joko in Crimsonwood Keep after completing the questline to become an ally of the Raven Ninja Clan. The questline begins with Subani's Legacy.
    Level 100: [​IMG] Red Craven, 46 att, +6 luk
    • Requires 140 Dex
    • Dropped by several mobs and one of the contenders for an endgame claw.
    Level 110: [​IMG] Dragon Green Sleve, 50 att, +7 dex, +7 avoid
    • Requires 150 Dex
    • This is one of the options for your endgame claw, and is craftable by Mos in Leafre. It is otherwise dropped by Horntail.
    • Crafting formula:
      • 6 [​IMG] Luk Crystals, 2 [​IMG] Dex Crystals, 20 [​IMG] Dragon Spirit, 25 [​IMG] Dragon Scale
      • 120,000 mesos
      • [​IMG] Red Craven
    Level 110: [​IMG] Dragon Purple Sleve, 50 att, +7 luk, +7 avoid
    • Requires 150 Dex
    • This is also a popular option for a Dragon Sleve but it is only droppable from Horntail and is unable to be crafted. This is a good choice if you have enough dex to equip your claw already.

    [​IMG] Nightlord Throwing Stars
    [​IMG] Tobis, 23 att
    • Dropped by many mobs and dirt cheap to acquire, these will probably be your beginning stars.
    [​IMG] Steely Throwing-Knives, 25 att
    • A popular choice for Nightlords despite their weaker attack than Ilbis, because you can stack up to 1000 of them.
    [​IMG] Ilbis, 27 att
    • Not as popular as their Steelys because you can hold less of them in a stack, but these are super cheap as a result if you need some extra stars.'
    [​IMG] Balance Fury, 30 att
    • These may be your endgame stars, but as a result, they can be pricey. Luckily, you can craft these stars!
    • They are also available as a potential award from the CWK Exchange for 45 of each badge and 45 hearts.
    • Craftable at Fiona as part of the Crimsonwood Keep Exchange.
    • Crafting formula:
      • [​IMG] 1 Tao of Sight
        • *Taos are obtainable as part of the CWKPQ exchange or bought in FM
      • [​IMG] 1 Tao of Harmony
      • [​IMG] 1 Tao of Shadows
      • [​IMG] 150,000 Mesos
      • [​IMG] 100 Black Crystals
      • [​IMG] 30 Typhon Feathers
    [​IMG] Magic Throwing Knives, 31 att

    Tops
    Level 80: [​IMG] Red Pirate Blouse (F) [​IMG] Red Pirate Top (M) [+1 dex, +5 luk], [​IMG] Green Pirate Blouse (F) [​IMG] Green Pirate Top (M) [+5 dex, +1 luk], [​IMG] Dark Pirate Blouse (F) [​IMG] Dark Pirate Top (M) [+1 dex, +5 luk]
    • Requires 120 dex
    • These are probably the most common end game top for thieves. It is up to you whether to go for the dex or luk. Shadowers also have the option to scroll their top for Strength if they want. How you want to optimize your build and stats is entirely up to you.
    • Dropped from several mobs (click to see which ones)

    [​IMG] Pirate Gear
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    we dont deserve you Christy OnionF4

    also im down to help out with pirate progression!!
     
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    For earrings I would also add sword earrings (since they have more defense and give some HP).

    If you also want to add the end game option (that's very hard to get) elemental pierce is best in slot.
     
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    Thank you!! I've added them as well as a few other items (sauna robes, helmets, snowshoes).
    I'm hoping to start on the other sections very slowly, and hopefully finish this guide in the next few weeks!
     
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    For All Classes, I would add Yellow Strap Shoes too for the avoid (classes like Corsair can benefit from this)

    GEE can also be an option for Earrings, though it doesn't have as high a potential as EP
     
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    Thanks for the guide! This really helped me help my wife on how to progress in gear (for Cleric). I'm a Bowman though, I was wondering if you were still working on the other classes gears?
     
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    Super busy with event stuff and staff stuff at the moment but once I get some free time I'll start filling out the other sections for sure!
     
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    Totally understand! Thanks again for the guide!
     
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    Today I added the section for Mage gear! Feedback is totally welcome if you think I missed anything.
     
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    I think the poison mushroom staff is pretty solid at level 30. It has a 10 LUK requirement that can be achieved through scrolling a wooden fence with LUK (just need 3/7 60's to pass), and a big benefit is that it's scrollable. Green paint brushes can't be scrolled for magic attack since it's an axe. This one might be gach exclusive.
     
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    This is amazing! This should definitely help me on my "Hybrid Shadower". Thanks alot Mirrors!
     
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    I actually had NO idea the green paintbrush was a 1 handed axe. I've added your suggestion and credited you :heartbeat: THANKS!!

    Let me know if you need any help with shad stuff, I am definitely not a pro at it but will be filling that section out next (whenever I get some free time). :pinkbean:
     
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    I would also suggest Super Snowboard [​IMG] for lv50-70 mage, probably the max clean matt weapon mages can use at lv50, also boosts some speed.

    But some skills can't be performed because it's polearm(two-handed weapon), it's still good for Cleric(Heal) or F/P mage (Fire arrow) class.

    I don't know the price of it but I believe it's lower now.
     
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    Don't forget Timeless pendants from PinkBean since we're including boss gears.
    They provide overall the best stat gain from a pendant for heavy-stat-dependent class like Shadowers, and best avoid from a pendant for classes that can optimally benefit from it like Corsairs/Archers in Horntail (minimize repositioning).

    A pre-scrolled max-levelled Timeless Pendant has an average better stat and avoid than an egged 8/8/8/8 HTP.
    It's the ultimate end-game stat & avoid-based pendant.

    Also, with regards to MON vs HTP/Timeless Pendant, Arthur did make a comparison between perfect stat pendants in HT/Pb. But that's in a perfect world. I just like to add that realistically speaking, the high accuracy of PinkBean minimizes the DPM-gain from having high avoid because PinkBean's attacks don't MISS as much as compared to other bosses like HT despite having that small avoid gain.

    This means that for classes apart from Shadowers (whom benefit the most out of a heavy-triple-stat), you should gain a significantly higher DPM from having a 10wa bonus from MON versus the smaller attack-range-gain from HTP since the help from high avoidability is minimized by PinkBean's high accuracy.
     
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    This is super helpful! I haven't added in PB stuff yet since it's extremely inaccessible to 99% of the population so far; I will definitely keep that in mind as I start fleshing out the guide more and add more content. Personally I am pretty smooth brain when it comes to pendant vs pendant discussions, but I will definitely add your comments into the guide and credit you when I add in PB stuff (if that's ok). Thank you so much!!

    Apparently this is an actual strategy that people use (I am shocked) LOL. I will add it to the guide. New snowboard meta!! (I will credit you as well ofc~)
     
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    I bought this for my 2nd job I/L a while ago and was sad...
     
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    I actually would like to counter this claim about MoN being "significantly" better. While the current meta is to apple the entire way through the fights, the total attack of each character is higher. This lowers both the overall contribution of the mon to total attack and the MainStat:Att ratio. With my current gear on a bucc with apple (I dont even have a perf wep yet) my STR:ATT ratio comes out to 4.71:1, which should be close to other classes from what I hear.

    A *perfect* chaos mon would be 11 main stat, 11 secondary stat, and 10 att and be realistically unattainable. For basically any relevant level of MoN chaos luck, if applied to an htp keeps it competitive within a couple att (a 10 att MoN would at minimum want to be compared to an htp with either +5 main stat or avoid).

    While true that the effective dodge rate is lower in bean compared to ht, bean can still be known to be relentless in its attacks. PB's knockback attack is especially annoying with a non-trivial reposition time. I'm not sure what boss attack rate and average reposition time per attack was used in Nise's analysis, but I do find it hard to believe that trading in 4x avoid plus avoid gained from the higher stat total of htp for a net ~2-3 att gain out of a couple hundred (due to apple boost) a significant deal outside of the NL that has too much avoid already. I cant speak for an archer/sair that is fully able to attack from the left side on whether the att gain for avoid loss is worth it, but I'm inclined to believe Nise's numbers and say the items keep pace with one another.
     
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    Today I added stuff into the Archer section! But tbh I am not an archer so I am open to feedback!

    For stuff like gloves/capes/hats I didn't add too much cuz it's already covered in the all classes "common gear" section of the guide.

    Archers please feel free to chime in and let me know if there's anything else I can add! :pepe:
     
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    Wtf, I never seen this picture before. [​IMG] I know it's meant to stand for all ranks, but looks like a picture of a class you would unlock after defeating Horntail and Pink Bean at the same time in the same place. Pink Tail and Horn Bean.
     

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