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New to mir, help appreciated.

Hi, I started mir for the first time last week, I have learnt the absolute basics so far.

I currently have a 112 war, 110 wiz and 110 Tao. Are there any guides about for what the best stats/skills each class mainly uses? I've tried looking on here but cant find much.

Also is there a list of bosses and the skills they drop?

Thanks for any help
 
Welcome!

Your account was created nearly 3 years ago, so not sure about the "first time" thing, and most brand new players wouldn't get 3 characters to 110+ in a week, I guess maybe you've taken on a friend's account, or had someone higher level group you and boost your experience. As a brand new player I'd normally reccomend starting from scratch to get the basics, but it sounds like you've sort of covered that already. There is an NPC that gives a list of suggested hunting locations for low levels, but you have already surpassed all the suggestions which is normally quite an interesting part of the game, which is a shame.

A key part of this game is discovery and exploration, so it's intentionally light on guides, with of course some exceptions for things like arcamon
https://mirarcadia.com/guide/arcamon/

If you press A you will see an achievement list, which in turn has a list of bosses and monsters. They are vaguely (but not exactly) in order of difficulty, with the easiest first. You should try working down the list until you get to stuff you are unable to kill yet, and consider killing those to be a goal to improve towards.

Bosses (and monsters, with much lower rate) will tend to drop items and books that are equal in level to them or a little lower. For example Iku Turso is level 116 and will typically drop things between level 100-120.

If you hover your cursor over a target, it will show it's level near the bottom right of your screen.

Remember to take your time, enjoy exploring the game and don't rush to "catch up" with players who have been playing for years, all you'll end up doing is skipping fun and interesting content and will get bored quicker.

For low level books, it can often be frustrating with the amount of time it takes to find them, the drop rates have been improved but it will still take a lot of kills, and it may be more time efficient to simply kill lots of monsters while levelling and collect things to sell as you go, sell them to shop and you will make a lot of gold, which you can use to buy the books and items you need.

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I should add, that killing a boss that is around the same level as you is generally extremely difficult or even impossible depending on your class. You'll need to either get a group together of similar level players and use tactics to kill it, or restrict yourself to killing things that are lower level than you, which really limits what useful items you are likely to get.
 
Welcome!

Your account was created nearly 3 years ago, so not sure about the "first time" thing, and most brand new players wouldn't get 3 characters to 110+ in a week, I guess maybe you've taken on a friend's account, or had someone higher level group you and boost your experience. As a brand new player I'd normally reccomend starting from scratch to get the basics, but it sounds like you've sort of covered that already. There is an NPC that gives a list of suggested hunting locations for low levels, but you have already surpassed all the suggestions which is normally quite an interesting part of the game, which is a shame.

A key part of this game is discovery and exploration, so it's intentionally light on guides, with of course some exceptions for things like arcamon
https://mirarcadia.com/guide/arcamon/

If you press A you will see an achievement list, which in turn has a list of bosses and monsters. They are vaguely (but not exactly) in order of difficulty, with the easiest first. You should try working down the list until you get to stuff you are unable to kill yet, and consider killing those to be a goal to improve towards.

Bosses (and monsters, with much lower rate) will tend to drop items and books that are equal in level to them or a little lower. For example Iku Turso is level 116 and will typically drop things between level 100-120.

If you hover your cursor over a target, it will show it's level near the bottom right of your screen.

Remember to take your time, enjoy exploring the game and don't rush to "catch up" with players who have been playing for years, all you'll end up doing is skipping fun and interesting content and will get bored quicker.

For low level books, it can often be frustrating with the amount of time it takes to find them, the drop rates have been improved but it will still take a lot of kills, and it may be more time efficient to simply kill lots of monsters while levelling and collect things to sell as you go, sell them to shop and you will make a lot of gold, which you can use to buy the books and items you need.

- - - Updated - - -

I should add, that killing a boss that is around the same level as you is generally extremely difficult or even impossible depending on your class. You'll need to either get a group together of similar level players and use tactics to kill it, or restrict yourself to killing things that are lower level than you, which really limits what useful items you are likely to get.

Cheers for the reply, I may have registered back then but this is my first time actually playing. I have leveled all the characters myself and taught myself the basics, haven't been boosted or I would have no gear Haha.

I leveled during Christmas event so it was quite easy most of the things I struggle with are knowing where bosses etc are and which drop skills and items I need.

Currently focusing on my war and Tao I know that warriors need decent attack speed is there anything like that for Tao or do I just stack sc?
 
Ah ok, yeah the exp during the event is massively increased, it's a pity that it's kinda resulted in you skipping a lot of the stages where you learn your way around, but I guess you can start that now :)

Warrior attack speed is maxed at 17, so try to aim for that as high as you can, berserk skill adds 3 speed which is very handy so if your kit adds up to 14 that'll do for the mean time! Look at the skills you use most, bloodlust helps a lot but only works on single attacks (1v1 with a mob), it works nicely teamed with TwinDrakeBlade which uses dark damage. Fire frenzy is popular for mass attacks which obviously uses fire damage, and there are some other skills that use fire damage too. So aim to get items that have element damage to match whichever skills you find yourself using the most.

For tao, depending on how you like to play, the kit you choose can change. If you want to try and mass kill yourself you can stack lightning damage and use devils vision in lures of mobs. Alternatively just aim for high as possible SC which makes your pets stronger, then just let them do the killing while you heal and buff them. Another route is to stack holy damage which improves your buffs and healing, which makes you a very attractive levelling partner for warriors or wizards who want to tackle harder things than they would normally be able to do.
 
thanks again, currently working my way through the rebirth quests so hopefully wont of missed too much of the game.
 
Yeah those quests give high exp rewards that are really helpful when you're below 100. For you the rewards won't be much use any more, but following the quest lines will help you learn your way around some of the main areas of the game, and introduce a selection of maps to you, which will definitely help!
 
And never share your account with anyone.!

i lost mine been a week lol no reply yet where are you scorp i want my shadowlegend back!
 
And never share your account with anyone.!

i lost mine been a week lol no reply yet where are you scorp i want my shadowlegend back!

Mate, I know you're frustrated, but please avoid cluttering the forum with off topic things. One topic per thread please is much clearer and easier for everyone
 
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