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  • An Overanalysis of Eira's Assets

    * When farming AP, the most time efficient and best place is to grind ex-"Raid" bosses. Also, find a Guild with the AP Increase Guild Skill for an extra 10 AP per battle.
    * Ex-"Raid" bosses were previously "Raid" bosses, but after new updates they are now too easy and have their "Raid" status removed.
    * These are single room dungeons where the boss is right at the start and the AP you get will stay at 50 AP no matter how many times you clear it. Other battles give 5 less AP with each clear.

    * The best ones to do are:
    ** Colhen: The Fomorian Leader, Earthborn Seal, Frostborn Seal, Timeless Rage, Fate and Destiny, Colru the Golem.
    ** Rochest: The Giant, The Central Garden, Ahglan the Golem, Avatar of Destruction, The Dark Dank Sewers, Secret Naughty Chamber.
    ** Malina: A Ruler's Refuge, Devil in the Water, Memory of the Past, Death's Shadow, Into the Abyss, Desolate Malina, Burning Temple, God of Death.


    * For Burning Temple, save your RA, RD burst for bar 6 while the boss is doing an attack to skip the invulnerable phase.
    * For Secret Naughty Chamber, just ignore, run and dodge past the mobs.
    * For The Giant, follow this path to skip the mobs for a fast clear:
    ** https://youtube.com/watch?v=44V_4VYRJeM

    * Other dungeons which give 50 AP are:
    ** Betrayal, The Evil One, Rocheste by Sea, Desert Princess, Bizarre Machine, Gates of Hell.
    * However, I do not recommend grinding these as they are relatively time consuming.

    * The ones in Malina are also a great source of Exp when leveling up your character, but following the story is enough to get to Level 100 fairly quickly.


    * For most other gameplay issues, there are many guides on the forum, a good table of contents can be found here:

    * Join the Official Vindictus Discord Server: https://discordapp.com/invite/ggYu6yA

    * Please do not join Onslaught unless you have read Venerator's Onslaught Guide:

    Ein Lacher
    * When doing Ein Lacher, you don't need to care too much about your stats as they are capped very low and are easily capped without trying. Balance does decrease your min damage but here it also increases max so there's not need to worry about it. More speed linearly increases max HP of bosses.
    * Additional Damage is capped at 120. ATT/MATT is capped at 20k. DEF is capped at 10k. Crit is capped at 100. Artifacts cannot be used.
    * Skill Awakening is active and just like battles outside of Ein, durability is not consumed for failing, it is only consumed when you clear a battle.
    * There are currently 80 battles available in Ein Lacher. This means you can skip 10 non-"Raid" bosses to get all Titles which give stats.
    * You should be able to clear all of them without using Potions easily. Doing this will give you 3 BAL and 1 Crit.
    * But if you are good enough, you just go directly for the Gold medals. Doing this will give you another 2 BAL and 2 Crit, bringing the total to 5 BAL and 3 Crit.
    * If you get stuck or just want to watch some skilled gameplay, you can search for some videos on Youtube. I recommend using the term "Miul" instead of "Eira" because that is her original name in Korea so you will find significantly more videos with that.
    * For example, a pretty good playlist would be this one:
    ** https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_e1C6ocd68PUHoBtah2TMSYnQaT5i6ja

    * Dark Knight Trans takes 6s to perform and inflicts an additional 1140 damage per smash at these stats. It also gives 100% Penetration while it is up.
    ** Although this is good with RRR since it hits 9 times, including Penetration bonus, it still takes about 23s to catch up on damage. So trans when you can't hit the boss, when you need the immunity, just before the battle starts or when you need a quick full refill of HP & Stamina.
    ** Going from 10% Penetration to 100% Penetration reduces your TabRRR time by about 11.5%.
    ** When you hit an enemy there will be a small delay to your attack, this is Hit Drag. Penetration reduces Hit Drag.
    ** Trans works well in long dungeons if you have Steal so you can clear mobs that are far away without aiming. If you have some Ranks in Duration and Firestorm you can even Trans from the start of the dungeon and it will last the entire run.
    ** For more info on Transformation, refer to: https://vindictus.gamepedia.com/Transformation

    * Use Transformation (Dark Knight or Paladin) whenever it is available. It is the only way to get TP to rank up its Skills.


    Damage and Equipment
    * The best Waking Stones to use are Increase Damage for everything except Chaos Warp with Reduce SP, not that you have much of a choice :P
    * The best Artifact should be Greater Werewolf Paw since the cooldown coincides with Entropic Rounds. Eira doesn't rely too much on SP moves for damage for Cat Statue to be important.
    * The best Weapon Skill is Graceful Weapon. With the cooldown also coinciding with Entropic Rounds. Together with Paw, you can use Quantum Ruin at the start before Entropic Rounds ends.
    * Since your speed is high, you will need to use Stamina Potions to maintain Stamina. They are really cheap, you can literally buy 1000x for 1.3m gold from Brynn at the Laboratory.


    * Currently for damage, the most important stat is Additional Damage since it increases damage by the most and has no cap. This is followed by M. ATT, then Crit, then BAL, then Speed.
    ** If you want numbers, then I calculate a rough estimate to be 1 Crit =1.9 BAL = 2.16 Speed = 95 ATT = 15.2 Additional Damage
    ** But there are caps for most of these. BAL is always capped at 90. When you select a battle it will show "Battle Info". The ATT cap is clearly shown there. For the Crit cap, you need to click "View monster info" Crit cap = Critical Resistance + 50.

    * For the most part, just follow the story and you will generally be given sufficient free gear.
    ** For Bracelets, I recommend buying Blue/Green Copper Bracelets off the Marketplace. These are very cheap. Insert Fine or Superior Gems into them depending on your budget. Only if you are very rich, should you consider Blue/Green/Red Silver or Gold Bracelets, but in that case I would skip Silver and go straight to Gold for the Exquisite Gems.
    ** When the story United Front appears, it cannot be completed until after Dullahan (The Missing Soul) story is complete.
    *** This will give you an Enhancement jump to +12 for a Level 95 Weapon and to +13 for a Level 95 Armor.
    *** You can then Reforge the +12 95 Weapon and buy a +13 95 Rune from the Seal Shop for 120 Seals.
    ** When the story Looming Conflict appears, it cannot be completed until after Aes Sidhe (The Price of Failure) story is complete.
    *** This will give you +15 90 Belt and Earrings, but you need to have 1 Abomination's Essence and 1 Eochaid's Essence to complete it. The cheapest place to obtain these are in the Seal Shop for 70 Seals each, the story should have given you enough Seals for this.
    *** For Eira, make sure you select "Innocent Tear" and "Grim Belt".

    * Beginner players should aim for relatively cheap gear such as this:
    * Rich players should aim for whatever Rank 1 on the leaderboard is wearing.
    ** Just keep in mind that you can currently potentially reach the cap of all Level 100 raids while equipping Level 95 Weapon and Armor.
    ** Also, upgrading Level 100 gear likely be much cheaper in the future as there will likely be Level 100 specific enhance runes and a reduction of required steels.



    * It is best to always use Quick Battle for Raids. Access it via the menu or with shortcut key "K"
    * Barely anyone checks the normal board. Quick Battle automatically alert everyone with the raids bookmarked (so you do not need to use a Megaphone)
    * When there are 4 people in the party upon starting, Quick Battle gives extra drops and access to Goddess Guidance buff (good stat buff for new players and even more bonus drops).
    * Overall Quick Battle gives an extra 1-2 Seal of Bravery and 1-6 cores per run to each player.
    ** So there's no reason to use the normal board except for solo/duo/trio runs (as Damage to boss core will be given in normal board regardless of having 4 people in the party or not) and premade parties of 4 for guild/friend runs.

    * Garden of Tears/Corrupt Queen: Lure her to the right side of the map before 8 bars for an easy run. Try to stay on the white grass until 2 bars.
    ** This is because you have a bar for corruption which you will want to keep below 100% or you die.
    *** By the time she is at 1 bar, you will need to be above 40% or have your damage significantly reduced, which is why you move off white grass before that if you are at low %.
    ** If she flies up high, run/dodge away, preferably towards the white grass if you are not already on it.

    * Island Ruins/Twists in Time: You can't dodge through most of his attacks, nor Block them. You need to dodge away from them.

    * Temple of the Fallen Moon/Light and Shadows: There will be a long cutscene at 9.5 bars, so go all out with RA, RD and let the cooldowns reset during the cutscene.
    ** After the cutscene he will stand for a long time to put up an anti-flinch/lock barrier so you can easily use RA again.
    ** After this, he will move a lot so if RA is off cooldown again, it is usually not very effective until the screen goes grey during the gravity inversion. There is enough time for you to put down an RA before either running towards the portal or use Chaos Warp to skip it.
    *** If you were running towards the portal, be ready to run away from the portal when the gravity inversion ends or you will fall into the portal to your death.
    ** You may not want to use Phase Burst here too often, it seems to miss quite a bit while he is standing even at point blank.

    * Radiance/Shining Lugh: He stands for a bit at the start so use RA right away. If a Crossgun Kai is in the party he should immediately use Hand Bomb for an easy break off and make Lugh stand even longer.
    ** If breakoff was done, or when it is 7 bars, he will drop a shield.
    *** If you know the timing, get the shield. The timing begins with Lugh standing and playing with his spear :P (you can drop an RA right away since he stands for a while). At the same time, someone will be get grabbed, they will usually spam F3 to let you see their location easily, so go next to them. When Lugh disappears, press F to use the shield.
    *** If you don't know the timing, either don't pick up the shield, or use the shield with F right away so you drop it for someone else to pick up.
    ** At 5 bars or less, he can stand still with some large rings around him, just stay close, watch his hand and keep attacking. Tab when he is about to open his hand to avoid the stamina drain debuff and keep attacking.
    ** Stay close to him so that he doesn't teleport around the map, making the raid long and annoying, and to avoid having him swoop and throw you off the map to your death.
    ** At 4 bars or less, he will disappear and the camera will turn towards the center. Run to gain speed and pick up exactly 3 light orbs. As you get the 3rd orb, stand still for a few seconds just in case so a 4th orb doesn't land on you.
    *** If you succeeded in getting exactly 3, you will live and get a speed buff. Lugh will come down and stand in the middle for quite a long time. This is a good time for RA.
    *** If you failed and got less/more than 3 orbs, wait and just before he throws the blast, you can use Chaos Warp to cheat death.

    * Agony and Despair/Under the Surface: After 8 bars, he will roar, jump with a red shockwave and start walking. Do not block him as it wastes time. But run and follow him until a prompt to grab him is shown, Dodge towards him and press E to grab, when he swings up, remember to press E again to let go. Jump down after about 15-20 seconds (when the platform you are at will be crushed by rock).
    ** You would want your RA and RD on cooldown before this phase and let the cooldowns reset during it.

    * Denizen of the Deep: Ignore the bell, the shield has been nerfed to only -35% damage. The shield will automatically go down after 1 bar of damage and goes up again at 7 and 3 bars.
    ** Just spam TabRRR and gain SP while the shield is up. It is worth saving your RA, RD and SP attacks for a damage burst when the shield is down.

    * The Missing Soul: You will want to try and use Quantum Ruin and if there's time possibly followed by Phase Burst before his shield goes up.
    **At 8-7 bars ignore the bombs and ghost, the shield has been nerfed to only -35% damage.
    ** At 3 bars, if party DPS is high, you can all stand under him and block him, do not let him reach the middle to skip the next two phases to save time, dodge the jump and tank the shockwave.
    ** You may need to use Trans to survive, or use Chaos Warp on the red shockwaves (this is the only time a lower CD is useful).
    *** However, currently there is a bug which allows you to dodge Red Attacks while exiting the portal early with Tab for the regular Portal Leap. Can abuse this for now during this.
    ** If party DPS is low, don't block him, let him go to the middle, stay inside the ring and wait out these phases.
    ** You would want your RA and RD on cooldown before this phase and let the cooldowns reset during it.
    ** At 1 bar, he does this phase again.

    * The Price of Failure: This boss is quite annoying, hitting multiple times hard and fast. He teleports and moves a lot, making RA ineffective.
    ** At 7 bars and 3 bars, he will put down walls through the map before teleporting off the map. Press F and swing around the map a few times before running over to the yellow portal outside the map to lead the boss into it.
    *** Upon doing so successfully, he will come out of that portal and sit for quite some time. This is a good time to use RA.
    ** At random times, he will teleport outside the map to summon other bosses or a big version of himself.
    *** If he summons a big version of himself, it is also a good time for RA. Attack his left (your right) hand.
    *** If he summons Braha which does the arm swipe. use RA on one of them.
    *** If he summons Braha which does the fist bump, go to the middle and if you use Quantum Ruin at just the right time, you can inflict double the amount of damage.
    *** If he summons Kraken, your damage will be reduced by an eighth against each tentacle, so no strategies for extra damage. Just go between two of them, try not to get flinched and attack as usual.

    * Iron Fist: This boss is fast and often moves around the map.
    ** After 8 bars, she will start to jump really high and grab someone when she lands. You can use Chaos Warp to easily avoid this. Regular dodges work too but is harder to pull off.
    ** At 4 bars, the camera will look down from the top, move away a bit, then move towards her and kick her when the AOE ends.
    *** If you successfully kick her enough, her DEF decreases so you deal +10% damage and she stands for a while. This is a good time to RA.

    * Distorted Truth: Right as it starts, dodge sideways, avoid getting bubbled.
    ** Apart from when he's dive spamming, this boss is fairly stationary for RA to be used easily, he is also fat so it's harder to miss.
    ** At around 8 bars he will swim outside the map. Spear him a few times and then avoid the bubbles coming in from the side. It is easier if you don't stand near the middle.
    ** He may or may not swim again, the timing of his swims are very inconsistent.
    ** Chaos Warp cannot dodge his red shockwave if done too early as it deals continuous damage. Use it later/further away than usual.
    ** If you get bubbled and no one saves you, try landing on the boss if he is below you to survive. If you have Trans in your Quickslot, you can click it with your mouse to forcefully activate it and survive.

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  • An Overanalysis of Eira's Assets


    Now that I have your attention :P

    For this guide, I will be using L for Normal Attack and R for Smash Attack, Dodge for Weave, Tab for Portal Leap, R at the start for Mana Munitions with WAD for its 3 corresponding skills. That's 14 names you don't need to remember, so hopefully there is less confusion.

    Important parts will be in bold and underline, so you can skim to those areas if you want to avoid the detailed explanations and get answers quickly.

    Ever wondered which attacks to prioritise while the effect of RD (Entropic Rounds) is up?
    Which attacks let you build up SP or MP faster?
    Whether Tab is better than LL, and likewise with TabTab and LLLL?
    Is Infinity Shot worth it? Or should I stick with just Phase Burst and Quantum Ruin?
    Well, this guide will answer all that and more.
    This guide uses frame by frame analysis of recorded battles to give near exact values of each attack.


    * The times in this chart includes a cancel at the end, as this is what is used while attacking.
    * The move (dodge or tab) used to cancel the end is not included in this time as your attacks mostly start with a Tab anyway. Dodge takes 0.7s.
    * The chart will assume there are no misses. Gravity Rounds, Infinity Shot, Quantum Ruin, Phase Burst, RRR often partially miss.
    ** But Quantum Ruin, Phase Burst and RRR can be used point blank to almost guarantee all shots hit.
    * For Mana Phase and RA (Gravity Rounds), the chart will only take into account of casting time for MP/S and SP/S.




    With this data in mind, at the start of the battle, the optimal combo for damage against a boss which remains stationary for some time (such as Dullahan, Braha, sometimes Eochaid) is:
    RA -> Paw -> RD -> LLRRR -> Repeat TabRRR/TabTabRR -> Quantum Ruin (before the debuff from RD ends)

    But most of the time the boss will move, so you'll most likely be doing this instead:
    Paw -> RA -> RD -> Repeat TabRRR/TabTabRR -> Quantum Ruin (before the debuff from RD ends, Phase Burst if not enough SP).

    After that, the skills to priorise in battle are in order of:

    * RA (Gravity Rounds) when the boss seems to be stationary. If you have aggro and the boss is about to leave, you can Tab teleport through the boss to make him turn around and stay in the circle.
    ** At 58 Speed, the time to cast RA is 2.361s but it will take in total 6.196s for the total damage. The boss needs to remain in the circle for the damage to occur. The DOT effect increases SP and Stamina per tick when used on a boss monster.
    ** If the boss remains in the circle for at least 3 of the 6 seconds, you are gaining DPS. But considering how much more damage it does, you would want to aim for the full 6.
    ** RA hits 8 times during the 6s.
    ** Gravity Rounds will continue to inflict damage even if you die after putting it down.
    * RD (Entropic Rounds) but try to combo with other SP skills with high damage. Note: If you only use TabRRR, you will need to attack for 10s to make up for lost damage from casting RD.
    ** If both are off cooldown (like at the start of the battle), it is better to use Gravity Rounds first, then Entropic Rounds.
    ** It is generally not worth waiting for another Skill's cooldown to end before using this.
    * The RD bullet must hit for the debuff to take effect.
    ** RD description may be misleading. Increase 30% damage refers to the damage of your bullet shot by RD. The effect is a debuff which makes the boss that was hit by RD take 20% more damage for 20s.
    ** RD increases the damage from Trans Steal (Grasp for Paladin), but it will not increase the damage of any of the Trans Skills that use SP. So do not use Spear of Stigma or Punishment while RD is in effect (Trail of Light and Sacred Sword in the case of Paladin).

    * Phase Burst whenever you can. This is your highest damage to SP move. Unlike Infinity Shot, you can adjust your aim during the setup and it is fast to use, but it is best to use it point blank for easy hits.
    ** If you hit at least 5 of the 9 shots, you are gaining DPS.
    ** Note that both Phase Burst and Quantum Ruin can used to cancel out after TabRRR. Which is great because you should be very close to the boss after TabRRR.
    * Quantum Ruin whenever you can, but prioritise Phase Burst if you have enough MP. Not only does this do a lot of damage, it restores a lot of MP too.
    ** During the jump, you will have be invulnerable to damage. Unlike Phase Burst and Infinity Shot which can be cancelled because you can be hit.
    ** After jumping into the portal, you can press R to exit early and save time. If you used this at point blank, you can just exit right away and hit easily.
    ** This move hits 11 times, with the last hit dealing a bit more than double the damage of each of the first 10. If you hit at least 6 of the 11 shots, you are gaining DPS. But considering how much more damage it does and that it can also restore up to 275 MP, you wouldn't want to miss any.

    The next two have short range and are slow attacks, so they only work well if you have enough DEF to take hits or if the boss is slow and you have enough time for the whole combo.
    * LLRRR if you have just dodged or are walking/running. But since the difference is negligible. it is totally fine to just use TabRRR the entire time without using this.
    * TabRRR if you were attacking since the Tab acts as a cancel, allowing it to cancel your last skill or just chain to itself quickly. LLRR and TabRR are not as good but still viable if you mistime and must dodge, but still more DPS than below.
    ** It is best to spam this while the boss is relatively stationary, use your Tab to circle around the boss making him turn too and allowing this to hit easier
    ** You'll want to be pretty much point blank to ensure that all 9 shots of RRR will hit. If you find yourself to be a bit distant from the boss after the first Tab, it is generally better to switch over to the TabTabRR combo.

    The next two have long range and are fast attacks, so they work better than the above two when the boss is fast and moves a lot, or attacks hard and often.
    * LLLRR is surprisingly fast. Thus is actually quite good for DPS, unlike the slow LLLLRR. Use if you have just dodged or are walking/running.
    * TabTabRR is fast, this is the way to go, don't use LLLL to get to this as that is way too slow. I find it easier to aim by turning the camera with your mouse while you TabTab so that you are always following the boss, hold W (forward) and then RR.

    * DodgeLLRRR does about the same amount of damage as the two above but is close ranged. Use this when your MP is low.
    * Use Mana Phase when your MP is less than half max, but not Flux Rounds since it takes too long, unless you somehow still need MP, you really shouldn't be running out of MP even without Flux Rounds.
    * Infinity Shot is very bad if you are in close range as it takes a long time to cast, you cannot readjust your aim and it is easy to get cancelled. Unless you know the boss will stand still for the next three and a half seconds.
    ** However if there is some distance from you to the boss, this attack can be used with a low chance to miss as it has a very wide and long range.
    ** If both Phase Burst and Quantum Ruin are on cooldown, you have excess SP, and you definitely won't get interrupted or miss, then maybe you can consider using this.
    ** But don't force yourself away from the boss just to use this because it's off cooldown. Only use this when the situation just happens to arise.
    ** This move hits 8 times, with the last bullet dealing a bit more than double the damage of each of the first 7. All 8 shots must hit to gain DPS.

    Now that you know what to skills to prioritise, your goal now is to practice, remember the boss's attack patterns so that you can get your attacks to hit as much as possible. Missing shots and getting flinched from being hit is what will decrease your DPS.

    From here are comments about each remaining skill that hasn't been mentioned, in no particular order.

    * Chaos Warp uses no MP and can dodge Red Attacks, but since you should have plenty of MP anyway, it is better to save your SP for Phase Burst.
    ** Just dodge out of the way unless it is a Red expanding shockwave, in that case use Chaos Warp.
    ** Red Attacks are attacks that you normally cannot Dodge through nor Block. You normally Dodge away or run away from them. If you are hit, they will always a set amount of damage regardless of how much DEF you have.
    ** When exiting, you will always move towards the direction of the boss.
    ** This can also be used to skip things such as Glas' Gravity Inversion, Lugh's Tathlum Blast, Claire's small circle, Agares' Red Shockwave, Neamhain's Gate, Balor's last Fire Wall.
    ** Quantum Ruin can also be used to dodge these but only during the animation while you have jumped high into the air or have disappeared. But since that has very high DPS, it is not recommended to save that to use as a dodge and risk having it miss or cancelled.
    * Dodge (Weave) consumes 11 Stamina, 12 if you leave it on Rank B. But you should be using Tab to dodge instead, unless you know the boss is using consecutive attacks with no time in between for you to use your Tab attacks.
    * Distortion Shield does not consume Stamina but consumes MP instead. It can block multihit moves (like against Balor's ground fire attacks), in that case you might even gain MP instead.
    * Inverse Shot isn't really worth it in terms of DPS, but is usable when you need to put some distance although that would just lower your DPS as you want to stick to the boss for TabRRR.
    * Waveform Collapse is your hold skill. Like with hold skills from other classes, the DPS isn't that great. However it has its uses.
    ** Apart from the usual hold so your teammates can dish out uninterrupted damage.
    ** Use Gravity Rounds before this to hold the boss inside for maximum damage.
    ** Stall Agares if you got hit by his debuff.
    ** Skip some phases in Macha, Claire, Aes, Lugh.
    * LLLLRR takes too long to do, you shouldn't use this as the other combinations are far better. But if the boss is invulnerable, you can time your LLLL so that when you can start hitting the boss again, you are already at RR.
    * LR is too weak, not much reason to use this, other than to quickly kill weak mobs in early dungeons.
    * TabL is very bad in terms of damage and MP, but you do get a dodge during the L and then you can quickly chain it with another Tab. Basically it gives you extended invulnerability.
    * TabTabLR is faster than TabTabRR and will do more damage than just TabTabR, but you may as well just use TabRR which is practically the same speed, MP/S, SP/S but with more damage.

    Cooldown Times
    * RW (Flux Rounds) cooldown is 30s, RA (Gravity Rounds) cooldown is 45s, RD (Entropic Rounds) cooldown is 60s.
    ** However, since the cooldown for these Mana Munitions are in the form of a debuff, they will reset when you die. So if you are rich and have too many Goddess Grace, or it is during a free Goddess Grace revival event, you can deliberately die once and Grace to gain SP and reset the cooldowns for more DPS.
    * Phase Burst cooldown is 50s, Infinity Shot cooldown is 1m20s, Quantun Ruin cooldown is 3m, Waveform cooldown is 20m.
    * Mana Phase cooldown is 1m30s, Chaos Warp cooldown is 30s.
    * With the cooldown times in mind, if you know the raid will end before the next cooldown ends, so you only can use that SP move once more, save it for Entropic Rounds combo.



    * Critical Hit/Smash Mastery: These increase the damage of almost all your Skills.
    * Mana Revolver Mastery/Armor Mastery: Rank these as required for the level of the equipment you need to equip.

    * Bullet Storm/Bullet Rain/Bullet Hail: This is what you will use for almost everything, from clearing mobs and attacking the boss. It is your highest DPS smash attack. Although it has a lengthy downtime after being used, all SP moves, tab and dodge can be used to cancel it out.
    * Portal Leap: Your best "dodge" and the one you will be using the most. It not only allows you to avoid attacks, it is used to save time skipping LLs for your strong smash attacks, as well as allows you to cancel excess animations after your smashes and Mana Phase animation. Max Rank of A with 1350 AP for 10 MP per stretch.
    ** Currently there is a bug which allows you to dodge Red Attacks while exiting the portal early with Tab.

    * Mana Munitions/Gravity Rounds/Entropic Rounds: The skills with the highest damage potential.
    * Phase Burst/Quantum Ruin: The SP skills with the highest damage.
    * Mana Phase: Best way to restore Stamina and MP.

    * Disruptor Shot/Disruptor Blast: The second best smash attack set with the advantage of range.
    * Warp Shot/Warp Blast: The third best smash attack set.

    * Battle Respiration: To Rank A, higher ranks much more expensive and increases much less.
    * Weave: You won't by using these too often since it is better to Tab for Portal Leap. But when you're low on MP it does become a viable way to cancel excess animations. You may want to keep this at Rank B because at rank A you can press R at the end of the dodge to perform a weak smash attack which is a waste of time, lowering your DPS and gets in the way of Mana Munitions.
    * Infinity Shot: It is a time-consuming easily-flinched high risk move, so it is usually not worth using unless you are very familiar with boss's moves. Max Rank of A with 950 AP for +30% Damage.

    * Standing Endurance:
    * HP Potion Proficiency: To Rank 9. Not really useful until Season 3 battles, then it becomes quite important.
    * Stone Skin:
    * Defense Mastery: Don't underestimate DEF, remember that your DPS is 0 while you are dead.
    * Life Flare: This skill saves you from a KO, at max rank for +35% and with 2000 WIL for +30%, it's a 65% chance to survive.
    * Campfire: May as well since it is cheap and is required in Character Growth Goals, but keep in mind that your Buff goes away when you die.

    * Distortion Shield: You won't be using this too often since both Tab and Dodge are better, only when there is a multihit move, which are rare.
    * Intelligence Mastery: To Rank A, higher ranks much more expensive and increases much less.
    * Willpower Mastery: To Rank A.
    * Stamina Mastery:
    * Health Mastery:

    * Waveform Collapse: You'll likely be using this 0-1 times per battle. So it's not really worth the AP investment.
    * Flux Rounds: A low Damage time consuming move. Mana Phase and Quantum Ruin should be enough for your MP restoration needs.
    * Inverse Shot: The damage is subpar, not really useful unless you want some distance, like you're about to use Infinity Shot, but you'll just break even in terms of damage again, so it's better to not use this to force the use of Infinity Shot. Max Rank of A with 790 AP for +30% Damage and 11 Stamina to use.
    * Chaos Warp: Ranking this only reduces the cooldown, the uses for this is rare enough even with a slightly higher cooldown.

    * Mana Launcher: While it is fast, the damage is very small so it's not worth using.
    * Combat Mastery: This increases your Normal Attack damage, they do very little damage anyway and since your main DPS is TabRRR, you won't be using many Normal Attacks either.

    * Agility Mastery: To Rank A.


    * Secondary Weapon Prof: Secondary Weapons are pretty useless, apart from using Spears and Sticky Bombs to do Break Off, but it is generally not worth the time to do using this method. Do not ever use Fine Spears as there is a bug which may cause no items to drop at the end of the battle if it was used. Ranking this up will not increase the damage of the Secondary Weapons you pick up in some Raids such as Devil's Tower.
    * Meditation: With the nerf, Meditation now only gives AP while one of your characters are online. So, Rank E requires 155 days to break even. 219 days for D, 261 days for C, 296 days for B, 326 days for A. This is if you are online 24/7, so your days required would be more than 3-4+ times this. So you probably don't want to Rank this.

    * Strength Mastery: This is useless for Eira. It's probably there by a mistake. Do not rank this, keep it at Rank F.


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  • In-depth Miri Guide


    How to spend AP. Skill Rank Priority

    Critical Hit
    Smash Mastery
    Fiery Chainswing
    Blazing Spine

    Dragonspine Mastery (Rank as required)
    Armor Mastery (Rank as required)

    Scorching Streak [Dash]
    Battle Respiration (to Rank A)

    Coiled Strike [R]
    Tail Impale [LR]
    Ravaging Claw [LLR]
    Spiny Kick [LLLLR]
    Fiery Assault [TabR]
    Stamina Mastery (to Rank 9)

    HP Potion Proficiency (to Rank 9)
    Standing Endurance (to Rank 9)
    Stone Skin (to Rank 6)
    Defense Mastery (to Rank 9)
    Life Flare (to Rank 9)
    Campfire (to Rank A)

    Slice and Dice
    Call of the Dragon

    Hacking Spinethrow [LLLR]
    Ancestral Garb
    Hot Streak [Dodge]
    Spinethrow [DodgeR]

    Willpower Mastery (to Rank A)
    Health Mastery (to Rank 9)

    Combat Mastery
    Agility Mastery (to Rank A)

    Secondary Weapon Prof (leave at Rank F)
    Meditation (leave at Rank F)


    * With the nerf with Chainswing's SP 25 -> 15, Cat Statue Artifact is better in fast places which have no cutscenes, otherwise Paw is better, with a few exceptions.
    ** Paw in: Balor, Aes, Rupacitus, Macha, Agares, Brilliant Lugh, Selren, Marject, Aodhan, Caesar
    ** Cat if fast run, but Paw if very slow run in: Dullahan, Arcana
    ** Cat in: Neamhain, All Level 90 raids, Claire, Eternal Elchulus


    * Reduce SP on Blazing Spine and Ancestral Garb. (Not 22s CD reduction on Garb because you still can only use it once per Raid anyway or twice per Redeemers)
    * Increase Damage on all other Skills.

    General attacking tips during Raids

    L or Parry = Normal Attack
    R = Smash Attack
    R spam = Coiled Strike
    BS = Blazing Spine
    FB = Flamebreath
    Dodge = Hot Streak
    Dash = Scorching Streak
    Fly = Scorching Streak during Garb
    TabR = Fiery Evasion Fiery Assault
    Garb = Ancestral Garb
    Call = Call of the Dragon
    Trans = Dark Knight / Paladin
    Stacks = Wyvern Magic from Chainswing / Fiery Assault
    CD = Cooldown


    * Chainswing to build 3-5 Stacks.
    * Parry whenever possible if you do not have Hydra, are low on SP so you need the Stack (you lose a Stack when you are hit), or are building up SP for Garb.
    ** Hydra gives +20% Damage to Chainswings. Try to keep Hydra buff active by Parrying instead of Dodging. Only Dodge when absolutely necessary or you know you can Parry again shortly after.
    * Parry while having 3-5 Stacks to use the Stack to gain SP and Stamina.
    * Try to keep 1 Flamebreath remaining, unless you are going to use BS right away after it or if the boss is about to leave/die.



    * While low on Flamebreath or already have 5 Stacks, LR or spam R to gain SP until 930 SP (or 1000 SP if no Waking Stone) for Garb.
    ** R spam does more damage and gains more SP if you get it to hit, you will need to learn which bosses and when to use it effectively.
    * R spam can also be used to move around the map faster as well as to avoid some attacks that can't be Parried without needing to use Dodge.


    * You generally want to use Garb as early as you can, you don't want to waste Garb time at the end if the boss dies, and you don't need to worry too much about SP management.

    * Garb animation can be skipped two ways.
    ** 1) Hold W the entire time, Dash, Garb, Shift.
    *** The cancel occurs when you hit Shift to start running. So if you don't want to cancel right away for invulnerability timing reasons, you can delay pressing Shift. But if you do cancel right away, you can use BS even if you don't have enough SP. Try not to get hit during Dash as that stops it.
    *** W for walk but it can be in any direction, here I used D instead of W.

    ** 2) Have at least 1 Flamebreath available so you can use Tab instead of Dodge to keep Hydra. Use a Phoenix Feather, use Garb almost right as you start using the Feather, if successful, Garb animation is cancelled but you are still using the Feather, so TabR out of that.
    *** Second method is harder and slower to do and messes up the camera, so I prefer to use the first unless Dash is on CD.
    * Good time to use a Stamina Potion during Garb. Spam Chainswing as much as you can.
    ** If you run out of Stamina and the boss isn't going to let you Parry for Stamina, you can use BS to restore some Stamina (or use a Merc Recovery Potion Plus from events or VVIP).
    *** BS during Garb costs 30 SP instead of 180 SP.
    ** In the Controls, I like to bind Mouse Wheel Down to Smash. Outside of Garb, I Right Click, during Garb, I find it easier with the Mouse Wheel.

    * If you have enough DEF, tank the hits and Parry only when the timing of the boss attacks match your Parry so you don't waste time waiting.
    ** If not, TabR if the boss attacks during your Chainswing. If you know the boss is about the attack, wait to parry if there is not enough time for another Chainswing.
    * TabR can be used even if you have 0 Stamina or have a Stamina debuff. This is very useful in Redeemers if you do get hit with the debuff.
    * Note that there are 4 types of Chainswings, two of them have a large displacement, so you can use that to avoid attacks. You can also use directional keys to slowly move to avoid attacks during Chainswings.


    * When Garb ends or while you don't need to save SP or if you haven't Garbed yet while you have a lot of SP, proceed with Chainswings, Blazing Spines (BS L BS) and Parry.
    * Blazing Spine is good to use during longer boss openings or while you are just out of range of the boss's attacks.
    ** For short runs you don't need to be conservative with SP and Parry everything. If you have enough DEF, spam those Chainswings and Blazing Spines.
    ** For long runs you will want to manage your Flamebreaths and Parry. You won't want to run out of SP before the end, so you need really good knowledge of how the boss moves to time your Parry. Try not to use TabR outside of Garb.

    * If you are hit with a Stamina debuff, you can still use Tab BS while having no Stamina. If the debuff ends before BS hits, you gain Stamina some right away.

    * In the last third of the bar, you can use Slice and Dice instead of BS if you still have it.


    * Note this is generally about what I do during each raid, so it is for fast runs. It may or may not differ in slower runs.
    * It is also not really a guide about the raids themselves, so I won't list everything about the raid.
    * Unless stated otherwise, the general tips right above this will be applied to these raids.

    * Garden of Tears/Corrupt Queen: Regina

    * Island Ruins/Twists in Time: Braha

    * Temple of the Fallen Moon/Light and Shadows: Glas

    * Radiance/Shining Lugh:

    * Agony and Despair/Under the Surface: Eochaid
    * I prefer to not grab on, instead just stand under the ledge since it is easier to Dash Garb BS.
    * Before he comes down, you can time a BS to hit just as he lands.
    * When he does a red jump attack, Tab BS.

    * Denizen of the Deep: Abomination
    * Shield = do 80% damage.

    * The Missing Soul: Dullahan
    * Shield = do 65% damage.

    * The Price of Failure: Aes

    * Iron Fist: Arcana

    * Distorted Truth: Rupacitus

    * Surprise Attack: Claire
    * Build up SP to Garb as soon as you can.
    * At around 8.5 bars (and again later around 5 bars), get into the small circle and BS RR (move during the Chainswings to avoid the red back slash)
    ** If you fail to get into the circle small, you can waste a Call to avoid getting KOed.
    * At 5 bars, she runs out, avoid the circles (or rather, run towards areas with lots of circles and enter after they land), stay near the middle, when she runs back in, you can time a BS to hit her before she lands and then L to Parry the shockwave/landing then proceed with up to 4 Chainswings. Repeat this again. Then again on the third time there is only enough time for 1 Chainswing.
    * At 3 bars, there is a cutscene, you will all be pulled into the same location so you can use your mouse to click a Feather to revive someone if someone is dead.

    * Devil's Tower: Elchulus

    * Red Stigma: Macha
    * Before 9.5 bars, lure her to the middle of the map.
    ** If she goes too far, I like to remain in the middle and spear whoever is at the edge for lols (and to see if they're bright enough to come to the middle)
    * If the red tiles are on the same edge, you can stand on the appropriate square between them and break both.
    * If the red tiles are in opposite corners, stand on whichever one is closer.
    * Failing to break the tiles results in a party wipe (unless you stand at the edge of the map) and Macha becomes enraged.
    * Enraged = do 75% damage, take 50% more damage.

    * After the cutscene at 8 bars, use all Chainswings then Garb.
    * At 5 bars if you still have Garb left, and your party fails to throw the swords back, you can fly away and wait for the red KO shockwave, waste a Call to avoid it. Otherwise I Trans.
    * Alternatively, you can Garb after throwing the swords back at 5 bars. You can use Garb to avoid failing the sword throws, then at 3 bars use Call to skip the possible second sword throwing phase. I prefer this when there is a Delia in the party or you know the party will skip the end.
    * For the sword throw phases, I tend to align myself with L before the Tab so I make sure I tab away from the circle and not sideways.

    * If the party doesn't skip the phase at the last 2 bars, stand at the middle-ish right side (look at the minimap) of the map next a rectangle on the ground. You can sit/dance/stand there and wait until the outer big circle closes in. Dodge towards the middle, then walk and Parry the middle smaller circles.
    * At 1 bar, a small cutscene occurs, start a BS before it ends, aim and land it when it ends.

    * Grave of Madness: Agares

    * Look out for him to roar (looks like he is beating his chest from the side, but he isn't), then into this stance:

    * After about 3 mins of Hammer mode he changes back to Pillar mode and the process is repeated. Changing to Pillar mode will remove all marks if anyone was marked.

    * Brilliant Lugh: Palala
    * Be ready to Parry he shockwave when he holds his spear straight. It's an easy queue to Parry, but getting hit by it gives a Stamina debuff. If you lag, you can Parry TabR to make sure you avoid it. Chainswing for a bit and TabR the strong downward smash that comes after it.
    ** As long as you stay close, you don't need to worry about the bursts of light that also gives a Stamina debuff.

    * Eweca's Nightmare: Succubus Selren
    * At 8.5 bars, she fires a bunch of homing orbs which if it hits gives a stamina drain debuff and also you are forced to walk towards her, followed by a target-like ground area where you die if you stand in the red area. She will do this again later.
    ** Easier to dodge it if you hold S and then Tab dodge.
    ** Start BS from the safe area if you didn't get hit.
    ** If you are hit, mash W (or any one directional key or E) to free yourself.
    ** This move can be cancelled by flinching her.
    * At 7.5 bars, after a 10s cutscene, the lights dim and she marks 1 random player. She teleports behind them and slashes, if it hits anyone, they die in a 22s cutscene.
    ** Between each slash, she returns to the middle of the map for a quick attack.
    ** The marking doesn't last too long, Garb when it stops (lights brighten again) or after someone dies from it.
    * Also she starts to randomly uses a special move that lasts 9s, where there is a cutscene and then she fires a large number of homing orbs.
    ** Dash up quickly to avoid them and proceed with attacking asap. If you have Dash on the quickslots, click it with your mouse to Dash during cutscene.

    * Dungeon Laboratory: Marject
    * At 8 bars, 17s cutscene. Garb after this (even better if you wait for Paw CD to be <= 40s). Stay away from middle.
    * 2 mins later, 10s cutscene, again every 2 min.

    * Remembrance: Aodhan
    * Garb whenever; early is better, less electric attacks.
    * Occasionally after 8 bars, he uses lightning to strike everyone who has the Electrocution debuff. The shockwaves hit hard and can hit everyone so try to get away from other people when he does this. (Or use Call of the Dragon as soon as you see the lightning circles before shockwaves)
    * At 5 min 50 sec, small cutscene then lightning strikes for a while, stay near the edge when he disappears.

    Battle of Rocheste: Cesar
    * Mobs at the start and a Golem miniboss. Nice time to gain SP and get Hydra.
    * Garb when Caesar starts (after 0 FB) if you can't avoid the KO attack, otherwise Garb after the 7 bar cutscene.
    * At 7 bars, 10s cutscene, start rotating laser (can easily Parry this). During this phase, avoid being uppercut into the air to be KOed by his cannon.
    * 1 min later, 5s cutscene, stop laser, some bombs with shockwaves fall.
    * 2 min later, 10s cutscene, start rotating laser.
    * 1 min later, 5s cutscene, repeat at laser.

    Clan of Darkness: Nyle (Neberez)
    * Mobs at the start and a Golem miniboss. Nice time to gain SP and get Hydra.
    * Garb when Nyle starts (after 0 FB) avoid the later things which waste garb time.
    * He applies shacked debuff with the screen going white, you get KOed if you are hit with the spinning sword.
    * Tab/Dash/RR away when you see red attack. Use Blazing Spine if early. Keep RRing to dodge the rest of the hits and prevent being pulled in.




    Above chart uses the average Chainswing times. This one here breaks that down.
    Optimal DPS for sandbag is to end on Chainswing 1. So if you do this, you do about 4% more damage compared to BS L BS Rx5 repeat, which ends on Chainswing 3.
    This is the Parry delay for Chainswing 3.

    Recharge time based on Attack Speed
  • Pet Leveling Guide


    For minimum effort, just put it into the new Pet Daycare feature and wait a long time (online for 9d 19h 20m, can be AFK, assuming no treat/petting).
    It is most effective to use petting on the highest level pets in your guild, and save treats for your highest level pet.

    To level up pets the fastest (but get no character exp/items/AP for most of the runs), do Level 1-40 in 115m at Treasure Hunt mobs in room 1 only and leave, then Level 41-50 for 100m in Kraken across alts (or across multiple days) for a total of 3h 35m.

    To level up pets the fastest (while always gaining character exp/items/AP, do Level 1-20 in 40m at Cromm, Level 21-28 in 30m at A Friend Once Lost, 29-50 in 2h 53m at Kraken (2h 53m) for a total of 4h 53m.

    For most efficient, if you have lots of pets, put the lowest levels in the Daycare and Level your higher ones just from raids (since you should be doing them anyway).

    If you have multiple low level pets, go into any place with lots of mobs (e.g. Treasure Hunt/A Friend Once Lost), kill some mobs, swap pets, repeat. All pets will gain Exp per mob killed while it is out, if enough mobs are killed, multiple pets can each level up at the end of the battle.

    This is the summary, for more in depth details, read on.

    For Pet Vanguard abilities, refer to forums.vindictus.nexon.net/discussion/15862/pet-vanguard-special-abilities


    Save Kraken for your high level pets.
    If you do Kraken with a low level pet, it will gain the same Exp as it would have if that low level pet did something else. e.g. a level 15 pet will gain the same 2745 Exp in Kraken, Cromm, Shady Forest.
    This is because each battle has an Exp cap. 5649 for Shady Forest, 3904 for Cromm, 35136 for Kraken. The level 15 pet has an Exp cap of 2745. The lower cap is used, so 2745 Exp is gained.
    Apparently Kraken's Tentacles increase the Exp cap, so Cromm x9 (8 Tentacles + 1 Head) = Kraken Exp cap.
    Bark, Lavasat still have a 3904 cap despite the extra things to kill, so prioritize the other S2 ex-raids and maybe even skip these.
    Iset has a cap of 10061.
    A Friend Once Lost has a cap of 7963-9595. (Depends on how many mobs you skipped/killed)

    To expand on the pet switching method for low level pets, I'll use an example.
    A Friend Once Lost can give up to 9595 Exp, but you have 2 level 16 pets which can only gain 3336 Exp and 1 level 5 pet which can only gain 306 Exp.
    If you only have the one level 5 pet out the entire run, you will only gain 306 Exp.
    If you only have one of the level 16 pets out the entire run, you will only gain 3336 Exp for one pet.
    But if you summon the level 5 at the start and kill the cluster of spiders at the start. Then summon a level 16 pet and kill all remaining mobs up to the boss. Then summon the other level 16 pet just before the boss dies. After that one run, your level 5 pet will gain 306 Exp and your two level 16 pets will both gain 3336 Exp.

    If you do not want to grind Kraken and only do raids, you can summon your pet at the end of the battle to gain Exp.
    If you are forgetful, keep an invincible pet out the entire time and when you remember to, summon your non-invincible pet in the last few seconds. This way you don't miss out on Exp when your forget.

    Blessings do not affect pet EXP.
    x2 EXP event does affect pet EXP, but it will not gain a value higher than what Kraken gives.

    In raids, the exp cap in a party of 4 are approximately 8845-9516.

    Pet Exp cap is reduced to 85% each in a party of 2. 80% in a party of 3. 75% in a party of 4. (need to check values)
    Pet Exp cap is reduced by about another 1% for each pet that isn't yours that is summoned. (need to check values)
    So if you are grinding an easy area like Kraken and want to level a high level pet (>42), it is better to solo. (For A Friend Once Lost level >24). The Exp cap is reduced even if someone does not have a pet summoned.

    Note that party members affect Exp cap only, not the Exp you can gain. So if your level 40 pet (which can only gain 26068 Exp at most) will still gain 26068 Exp in a party of 2 in Kraken. But your level 48 pet (which can only gain 35136 Exp at most in Kraken) will only gain 30117 Exp in a party of 2 instead of 35136 solo.
    All players in the party will gain the same amount of Pet Exp regardless of damage to the boss and how many mobs they killed.
    Exp gained is calculated during the kill, so if someone dc before the kill in a party that was 4, it counts as 3 people.
    Pet Exp is given even if a player is AFK the entire battle.

    Pets can only gain 1 Level per battle.
    After leveling, excess Exp is carried over to the next level. At very low levels (<5), it is not carried over.
    Exp is based on each kill. So you can summon your pet in the last second and kill a boss to gain all Exp from that boss.
    Exp gained is scaled to your pet's level. The higher the level, the more Exp you will gain.
    All pets of the same Level gain the same amount of Exp and require the same amount of Exp to level up regardless of Rank, Type, Species.
    Your pet will only gain Exp from kills while it is alive. If your pet already has Exp from killing mobs and then dies afterwards and stays dead, he will still gain Exp from those mobs that were killed before your pet died.

    You can use "-" three times to hide and show the interface during the screenshots at the end of the battle, then use "Forfeit and Return to town" to instantly collect items and gain Exp for a relatively significant time save for fast S2 runs.
    For Kraken, after using the Ballista, you can click "Forfeit and Return to town" so that the confirmation message appears, then when the screenshots are being taken, hit Enter.
    It is possible skip the Ballista after killing Kraken, to do this, you need to use a multihit move onto two parts of the Kraken to kill and there will be a small chance for the skip to happen.

    Level 50 is the level cap for all pets.
    You need approximately 85 Krakens to level up a pet from level 40 to 50
    You need approximately 134 Krakens to level up a pet from level 30 to 50
    You need approximately 172 Krakens to level up a pet from level 20 to 50
    You need approximately 202 Krakens to level up a pet from level 10 to 50
    You need approximately 226 Krakens to level up a pet from level 1 to 50

    You need to run A Friend Once Lost 517 times to level up a pet from level 1 to 50. If you only run this, levels 1-30 takes 1h 33m, 31-40 takes 1h 49m, 41-50 takes 4h 31m, the total time is 7h 53m.


    Total EXP required and EXP/m

    Unlike EXP from battles, EXP capsules will pass the cap at low levels.
    Excess EXP from capsules will also carry over to the next level.
    1 10k EXP capsule on a Level 1 pet will make it go to Level 9 with 99% (1% to next level).
    2 10k EXP capsule on a Level 1 pet will make it go to Level 12 with 47% (53% to next level).
    3 10k EXP capsule on a Level 1 pet will make it go to Level 14 with 20% (80% to next level).
    Since all places give tiny amounts of EXP at low levels, it is best to use a couple EXP capsules on your lowest level pet and then use other methods after that.

    (Kraken/DC refers to how many times faster you gain EXP in Kraken than in Daycare.)

    Vanguard Abilities


    Pet Daycare

    Treats give a set level percentage per treat, so save the treats for higher levels. (Regular = 3%, Superior = 6%, Exquisite = 10%)
    Petting gives 2-4% per pet (approaches 2 at high levels). It is more beneficial to only pet higher level pets as it saves more time.
    Daycare gives your pet exp while you are online. You can be active or AFK on any character on your account.

    It is best to pick up a pet after it has just levelled up. If it is about to level up, wait a bit more for it to level up.
    When you pick up a pet, any EXP it gained for that level in the Day Care will be deleted.
    e.g. If you put a Level 30 pet at 0% EXP in the Day Care, wait for it to gain 20% then pick it up, it will still be Level 30 at 0%.
    e.g. If you put a Level 30 pet at 0% EXP in the Day Care, wait for it to become level 31 and another 20% then pick it up, it will be Level 31 at 0%.
    e.g. If you put a Level 30 pet at 50% EXP in the Day Care, wait for it to gain 20% then pick it up, it will still be Level 30 at 50%.
    e.g. If you put a Level 30 pet at 50% EXP in the Day Care, wait for it to become level 31 and another 20% then pick it up, it will be Level 31 at 0%.


    Treat limit
    1-10 1 per level
    11-20 2 per level
    21-30 3 per level
    31-40 5 per level
    41-49 6 per level

    Petting count limit:
    1-10 5 per level
    11-20 6 per level
    21-30 7 per level
    31-40 8 per level
    41-49 10 per level


    No one:
    Literally no one:
    Daycare teacher:
    Our pets are in good hands :)
  • +1 star cuppon

    Hmm... this is weird then.

    I used https://anydice.com/ for those. The lower amounts I can check and they do hold up. I'm not sure how to check the high amounts like 66 but I assume the D&D players know what they are doing.

    Now, those are chances for complete randomness, which doesn't really happen in computers.

    Considering how the range of results is wider than it should be, perhaps the roll values are weighted, but they aren't weighted to be lower since people do get 6-7 fragments too.
    They could be weighted off the seed values that you get when you log in (resets 10 mins after logging out or so I've heard).
    Although, I suspect that there is also a permanent seed for your character at creation considering the (lack of) luck of enhancing some people consistently have.

    Did the people who participated in most days and didn't get it, roll many die in very few days, or did they do a few rolls daily/often?