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The Blessing Stat increases your EXP obtained from gathering. It should be a stat that you prioritize on your equipment when you go through the leveling phase. It is easy to get your main Blessing gear pieces. The third piece of Blessing gear can be obtained by reaching the maximum level in cla*ses.
- At level 1, you will find your first source to blessing. You can find seashells by going side-questing with Ammerie at Dreamer's Shore. She wants 15 which seems like a lot. But it's worth it. You can collect seashells by killing Clawpy on the shore and Tortus off the coast. This Seashell Charm grants you +25% blessing and can be equipped at level 5. (Which gives you 25% extra EXP.
- You can find your second source to blessing at the Black Market under the Underpa*s. The Cut-Throat Merchant will sell you a Heartfire Charm for 25,000 Almos.
- Noting that these accessories may be enchanted, they could give additional stat bonuses. The easiest way to gather is to add +Max Mana prefix, and +Spell Haste Suffix.
- Your Soul Charm is your third and final source for Blessing stats. This gives you a variable percentage of Blessing depending on the number of cla*ses you have at your level 50. I read in the official Discord that each max level cla*s gives you +25% more Blessing on Soul Charms up to a maximum amount of +500%. (This is the EXP cap. Although it is not possible to enchant Soul Charm, you can do so with its unique equipment slot.
Journeyman's Respite in the Craftsman Hall allows you to enchant all your tools. The Enchanting Altar is just a few steps away. You can get a prefix and suffix enchant for any piece of gear that is not your Soul Charm. +Max Mana is required for the prefix and +Spell Haste for the suffix. (Miner's skills indicate "% of max HP", but this is the ore's HP, not yours.
I have heard that gathering cla*ses do not gain EXP by quests, according to the official Discord.
In a tent located on Dreamer's Shore you can obtain a level one starter tool set. Below is an example.
You can buy the rest of your tools in Journeyman's Respite from the Tool Vendor, at varying alma price points.
How to fish
Location: Dreamer's Shore Beach
Common Fish: Saltfin (Restores 5% HP)
Location: Saltwater Field Beach
Common Fish: Sunfish
WIP: Skills Development
Location: Pond at Miner's Cove
Common Fish: Managill
Location: Beach at Seabreeze Ruins
Common Fish: River Trout.
WIP: Skills Development
Location: Pond at Elderwood Grove
Common Fish: Goldfish, Silverfin (Restores 70% HP) and Goldfish (Restores 12% HP! Notably good consumable.
Bandit's Toll Bill Notes
This is a PvP Zone, however players rarely attack on site so you shouldn't be concerned about someone getting up and killing your fish. To reach Bandit's Toll's "safe" fishing spot, don't go in. Instead, follow the wall to its west (don’t climb up, instead, go around it). You will find the NPC Bandit Renaald. Although it's not a great fishing spot, there are three bubble spots in the small pond.
What do I do with level 50?
Location: Elderwood Grove Fishing.
Benefit: Restores 70% HP = Don't spend money on healing salves, it will save you almas.
Chance: 60% per fishing spot
Location: Breezewalk Meadow Fishing & Bandit’s Tll Fishing.
Benefit: Restores 100% MP = Don’t buy mana salve anymore to save almas.
Chance: 100% per fishing spot
Location: Crystal Forest Fishing.
Benefit: Restores 40% of your HP = Less healing than Silverfin, yet still very useful.
Chance: 40% per fishing spot
The Golden Harper.
Bandit's Toll Fishery.
Benefit: Restores 100 HP = Strongest consumables of the game
Chance: 0.1% chance at each fishing spot Extremely rare. It is not possible to reliably raise.
How to chop
Oak Tree (Green).
Sunleaf Tree (Yellow).
Violetwood Tree, Purple
Ether Tree (Blue).
Shadewood Tree (Gray).
What should you do at level 50 to get the best results?
Manaweave Tree – Rainbow
How to mine
Copper Ore (Brownish)
Comments: You could either mine in the cave itself or at the spot high up. The cave is my favorite because of its large ore nodes. These nodes give me more EXP, but also more HP.
Saltwater Field or Miner's Cove
Iron Ore (Gray)
Lvl 15 & Lvl 20 WIP – New Skills
Comments: You can mine at Saltwater Field up until level 20, if you so desire. Miner's Cove does contain a lot of iron-ore nodes.
Miner's Cove & Seabreeze Ruins
Elfgla*s Ore (Green)
New Skills Lvl 25, Lvl30 WIP
Comments: It is quite a time-consuming process to mine elfgla*s ore because there aren’t any great places to do so. You have two options: you can go all the way around Miner's Cove, or you could relax at the Seabreeze Ruins mine.
Onyx Ore Dark Gray
New Skills Lvl35 WIP
Comments: Seabreeze is home of many onyx and ore nodes. The small field to the left has some, while the cave to its right has more.
Runestone Ore, (Blue)
New Skills for WIP
Comments: Seabreeze Cave has plenty runestone ore. This is my favorite spot.
What can I do at level 50 to mine?
Manacite Ore – Rainbow, Dragongla*s Ore – Red, Bloodstone Ore – Red
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