Levelling guide before Awakening 40-84
Grand Crusade • Classic
After the Second class transfer, there are different ways to develop your character.
Leveling your character
In Lindvior the developers have added a system of leveling your character via quest series. The series include both one-time and daily quests. To help you find the NPCs the developers have added the means to teleport right to them.
The quests given by Navari and Kekropus are only available within the range of levels (see below). For each quest your character will get Steel Door Guild Coins, which cat be used to buy equipment
|Lvl||For warriors||For mages||For Ertheia|
|46||Outlaw Forest||Cruma Tower|
|52||Sea of Spores
||Sea of Spores|
|58||Forsaken Plains||Forsaken Plains|
|61||Fields of Massacre||Fields of Massacre|
|65||Swamp of Screams||Forest of the Dead||Swamp of Screams (for fighters)
Forest of the Dead (for mystics)
|70||Wall of Argos||Wall of Argos|
|76||Varka Silenos Barracks||Ketra Orc Outpost||Dragon Valley|
|81||Den of Evil (short-range fighters)
Sel Mahum Training Grounds (melee fighters)
Plains of the Lizardmen (long-range warriors)
|Field of Whispers/Field of Silence|
Third class transfer
The characters level 76 or higher can complete their third class transfer quest. The third class transfer allows to learn the unique class skills. Quests for Third Class Transfer are different for each race. Having completed the quest, you'll get Steel Door Guild Coin — 87 pcs., (you can use them to buy equipment from the Adventurers' Guide NPCs.
Info about important content
To go through levels 40-84 quickly, you need info about important game content.
You can change the unique basic characteristics of each race with tattoos. After you complete your Second Class Transfer, you can use improved dyes. When you’re Awakened, you can use special dyes Grade R.
With tattoos, you can increase a basic characteristics +15 (max), there are no limitations on reducing the basic characteristics (shouldn’t be below 0). If you need to have more info about tattoos and dyes:
Attribute system is meant to maximize the efficiency of leveling up your character. The system is divided into the opposite elements and attributes. If you use an attribute which is opposite to the defence attribute of a mob, you can kill it faster.
You can add 1 attack attribute to your weapon, and 3 defence attributes to your armor. You can delete the attributes by talking to Attribute Masters in the Town of Aden and in the Rune Township. You cannot add 2 opposite attributes to armor. If you need to have more info about attribute system:
Augmentation is one of the ways to improve your equipment, alongside with enchanting, special abilities and attributes. Starting from level 46, your character can use augmentation by talking to Blacksmith NPCs in any township (except Talking Island Village). *Weapon, Accessories and Head Accessories can be augmented. Augmentation allows you to get 2-4 different bonuses. The augmented items cannot be transferred or sold to anyone.
Blacksmith NPCs in any township (except Talking Island Village) can cancel augmentation, for a fee depending on the item grade. If you need to learn more about Item Augmentation:
To help players, the system of Mentoring was established. Each player can find a mentor in the game - a person who will help them to develop their character in a quicker and more effective way.
If you need to have more info about Mentoring:
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