Relethor (Sin) / Relethorr (Ranger)Server:
KoroshimoContest Categories: ◆▬►
◆► general overview to leveling
◆► Types of Quests
◆► HP and MP restoration
◆► Dire Wounds
◆► choke Points while leveling
◆► Environmental Effects
◆► Talents overview
◆► Mounts and Pets
◆► Sealstones and Familiar Tempering
◆► Familiar Farm
◆►Equipment stats for each class
◆►starting to gear up
◆►Dungeons, Raids and World bosses
Soo, my name's Rele, and in this Guide i will explain almost everything a new player would need to know about the Game,
and in addition also some advanced stuff, which even not so new players might be able to find useful.
I will most likely update this Guide with the Ranger's Fury update, and upcoming zone Desert of Immortalety,
Feel free to whisper me ingame,
Special Thanks toward my, almost lv.6, Guild ◆Imperium◆
and current Alliance ◆--------◆
for helping me to access even the hardes content such as Raids, and the *not to be spoken about
* Manastone War,
in order to be able to write such a guide.
[general overview to leveling]
As in most other Games RoI possesses a lvl system, what a surprise, your main, and at the moment only,
way to lvl up is doing quests, mobs do give experience, but in comparison the amount is so little that it's not worth
and i dont recommend trying to grind mobs for lvls.
Now in order to get to max as fast as possable, just follow the Story Quest
line while doing all Side Quests
you can find on your way.
You might ask yourself why i placed this topic right here ,
the reason behind this is that i strongly
advice you to try and find a Guild or even whole Alliance as early as possable,
to be in a Guild is rly important in this game, not only is the end content hard to impossable to do without one,
the whole gearing process is way easier with a Guild which can help/support you and also gives you minor buffs depending on the Guild lvl.
▬ To join a Guild you can either look in the Guild section here on the Forum,
▬ wait for Guild shouts in the chat,
▬ or look into the Party Board [T], guilds tend to set a recruite message there.
Playing the game with friends is also a good option to help progress.
[Types of Quests]
There are 4 different types of quests in the Game:
▬▬ Story Quests
, The main quest line, required to proceed in the story and game.
▬▬ Side Quests
, one of your main sources for experience, not relevant for the story
▬▬ Repeatable Quest
, you can repeate most of them endlessly, decent for experience, some side quest turn into repeatable after done once.
▬▬ Daily Quests
, as you can guess, they are completeable once a day, some give good experience, unlocked by doing Side and Story Quests.
Quests can also have prefixes such as [Story+]
which define how hard they are and also the dungeon difficulty needed to complete them.
To see all your active Quest press [J] , this will open the Quest Log,
in the quest log you can also mark quests you want to track on your map and sidebar with a [✔]
[HP and MP restoration]
As you proceed in the early areas, you will at some point notice that mobs start to actually drop you health points,
and also your mana points will drop as the fights start to take longer.
Now in RoI you dont regenerate extremely fast while outside of combat, it's ok at start but will soon only be minor,
you could just go and buy potions and food, but that is not only expensive compared to the gold you have it's also inefficient,
that being said, the option left is to craft potions, bandages and food.
As you first enter Hakain's Crossing, a Side Quest line will introduce you to all Crafting Professions, including Alchemy
and also Cooking
which are the ones we need to craft our own potions, bandages and food,
To be able to craft, you first need to buy the basic recipes for Alchemy,(you can later also go for the advanced recipe shown in the screenshot)Merchants can be found in any major city
Having the recipes, open your crafting Interface [N]
there you can see all you need to craft, the 1. item needed can be either bought from the merchant or needs to be gathered in the wild / dropped from mobs,
the 2. material is bought from the merchant. (same merchant as for the recipes)You can activate Collectibles on your map to find them faster.
Now you can decide what you want to craft:
, restore mana or health instantly, 30 seconds cooldown, can be used in combat.
, restore a good amount of health over 7 seconds, 10seconds cooldown, can't be used in combat, can be interupted.
, restores a large amount of health or mana over 21 seconds, 10 seconds cooldown, can't be used in combat, can be interupted.
Having crafted what you need, you should now have way less problems with surviving.