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last chaos rogue class builds

Rogue Guide!

Introduction
First thing i want to say is, this guide is a suggestion. A loose "guide"line to playing the class Rogue. Currently this guide will only follow up to ROGUE. Assasin and hunter will not be covered yet, but they will be in an update that will be out soon. This guide is meant as two things. One is to get you familiar with the character and allow you to know everything that is possible with the rogue. The other is to bring together alot of stuff that has already been said in these forums, but are chopped up into little parts from different people. So lets get started shall we. Also if you want to leave karma you can, if not no big deal. Im not worried about all that. So have said all that, lets get on with it.

What does it mean to play Rogue.
ah the Rogue, fond memories indeed come from the name Rogue. For many more people than just I, the Rogue symbolizes everything that playing an RPG should be. From early years of Dungeons and Dragons (before AD&D) And also onto to modern day games such as WoW. The Rogue stands for individuality, that certain sense of im going to do whatever the heck i want, be it good, bad, or nuetral. Rogue’s also have other aliases. The ninja for instance, the more common association for a Rogue to have. Sly, Cunning, and Witty to boot (who woulda thought that such sloppy killers of the real world would become such silent killers in the fantasy world). Alas we move on, the Theif, more often used in such games as Baldurs Gate, and games such as Final Fantasy Tactics. To steal is to live, sayeth the Theif. From a game standpoint rather than a philosophical one though, they are generally viewed as the main source of Damage Output Over Time (DOOT more commonly refered to as DPS (Damage Per Second)). They have the quickest attacks with the least amount of recoil. If you want to throw defense to the wind run practically naked into a mob and kill 16 people in a flash, say hello to the Rogue. Bottom line, Rogues are not a class. Rogues are the ultimately the player’s esscence in the game, Rogues become the player, Not the other way around.

Rogue as a class in this game specifically
A Rogue in Last Chaos is a Damage Per Second machine like in most other Massive Multiplayer Role-Playing Games. They are the fastest leveling characters in the game when put in the hands of an adept player. Though put into the hands of a begginer that is starting into MMO’s they will be turned to dust in second’s. The Strength’s of a Rogue is that they can be very fast in this game, both during movement and battle. A rogue can usually get at least 2 hits in while his opponent gets 1. Also if needed a rogue can run from most players due to certain abilities that i will list later on. Some say that the Rogue is the best character for PVP. Others say they are junk, some say it depends on the situation. That is why i remind you this is a loose guideline to the rogue.

Things you should know at the Beginning
Ok so you are starting your rogue and your in the middle of town and your thinking…..oh no, i have no idea what to do. Last chaos is so unfocused that alot of the time it is very overwhelming in the beginning. So lets get you some direction. Ok lets go over alot of things that get overlooked and some things that alot of people dont really know. When you start out in this guide your gonna go kill alot of monster’s with absolutely no though to much of anything else on the way. So you are gonna miss alot of things. Though while alot of people in this game are helpful and dont call people newbs alot. The new people are afraid of being called newbs so much that they refrain from asking any questions whatsoever. So talkin about stat points. Where the heck am i supposed to put them you ask. Well lets first explain exactly what each stat point gives you shall we. But first real quick lets see what each attribute does shall we.

Attack Power – This attribute determines the amount of physical damage your going to do to a creature. This pertains to any and all physical damage, meaning Fists, Daggers, and Crossbows.

Defense – This attribute allows you to sustain more damage from physical attacks.

Magical Attack Power – This attribute will allow you to do more magic damage to the enemy. ie, sorcerers.

Magical Defense – Your ability to withstand magic damage. Will be helpful against PVP members such as mages and the like.

Hit Points – This is what determines how much health you have. The more you have the more damage you can take before dying. Not to be confused with defense.

Mana Points – This is what determines how often you can use your skills. Mostly activated.

This is what you get for every level you gain.

+1.5 Attack Power
+3 Defense
+0.5 Magical Attack Power
+0.5 Magical Defense
+23 Hit Points
+9 Mana Points

This is what you get for every point that you put into a stat.

Strength (STR)> +4 Hit Points
Dexterity (DEX)> +0.5 Attack Power
Intelligence (INT)> + 0.5 Magical Attack, +7 Mana Points
Constituation (CON)> +11 Hit Points, +2 Mana Points

So now that we have gone over even the most trivial of information what does a rogue do with his stat points anyway. Well i would say that 80% of the people you talk to will tell you to put them all into dexterity right away. The reasoning behind this is that a rogues best attribute is his attack power. Also you get to reset your stats as early as level 31 when you change from a rogue to whatever class you choose Assassin/Hunter. At level 31 if you have invisibility maxed out and you pay a 50,000 gold coin fee you will be able to get all your stat points back and re-apply them wherever you like. Mind you though, Most people reccomend changing jobs just before you hit LVL 32. The reasoning behind this is that if you change right when you hit level 31 you will have to get to level 32 while dealing less damage because you most likely took alot of points out of Dexterity. So by changing at level 31 while at 98% or so you only have 2% to grind out. Then after you have changed jobs you will gain +3 stat points when you level up to 32. Then at 33 you will get +4….then at 35 you get +3…..and so on and so on. I would like to be able to tell you where to put these stat points after the class change. But that really depends on whether you are hunter or assassin.

Equipment
There is’nt really a whole lot to say about equipment. But i do have a few things. Firstly always purchase the next equipment up, unless f course your dont have the money. Or your current bonuses (such as the + modifiers you get for upgrading them) are better, then you can hold off. It gets very pricey to upgrade equipment later on in the 20′s and higher. Supposedly when upgrading weapons and armor, you have a 30% chance of succeding. Though i have found this to be bullcrap because i have succesfully failed like 7 times in a row…..so im not sure, it was really a scientific analysis. Just seems fishy to me. There is several ways to upgrade your equipment though. The first way is to use a smelting stone on them. You can get smelting stones by taking unused equipment that you most likely will pick up during your grinding sessions. You take this equipment to the transmuter. Then you have to pay a specific price based on the piece of equipment. This will produce a smelting stone of the same level, weapons will produce two smelting stones and armor produces one. You must have a smelting stone of equal or higher level of the equipment you want to upgrade to be able to do so. Everytime you succesfully upgrade a piece of equipment it gets a +1 modifier. This will usually add a small amount of attack power. But be careful though. The first three levels that you try to upgrade will be safe, if you fail it just fails nothing bad happens. But after the +3 marker watch out. If you fail from now on you may as well kiss your weapon goodbye…..(sometimes the modifier just goes down by -1 but very rarely, you usually lose the weapon for good.). that is where heaven stones and Extreme stones come in. Heaven stones have a higher chance of sucess. Though there is word that it is a 50% chance as opposed to the 30% that you have with smelting stones i still have yet to see a heaven stone work for me…..maybe just bad luck though i guess. heaven stones are not that hard to get, but at the same time they cost around 300k from other players give or take 1-200k here and there. You will very well come across more than a few in your journey’s but due to the high asking price, i suggest you sell them. Its much more apealing to the rogue to get better equipment when the time comes than to be able to have a 1/2 chance to break his weapon if you know what i mean. Then comes extreme stones. These things are rare, and i have never seen one (meaning ive never seen the icon of one, one on the ground, or anyone selling one.) they can sell for outrageous amounts. They give you a 100% chance to upgrade a piece of equipment sucesfully. So usually people will luck there way up to +9 with smelting stones and heaven stones, and then buy an extreme stone for that last +1. Anyway most of the time with your rogue you will want to run around with a crossbow….probably the whole way up to level 31 until your class change. Also if your a hunter you will want to keep the crossbow. The reason for using a crossbow as a rogue for this guide is because you cut out alot of time running back and forth to the mobs. If you have to run 2 seconds between mobs and you kill 3000 mobs (trust me you will be killing A LOT MORE THAN THIS!!!.) then thats 6000 seconds in your grinding day that you werent killing something…..which translates into into 1 hour and 40 minutes more that you have to grind. So you can either shave that 2 hours off or you deal with it because you want the knife that bad….the whole way up to 31 the knife doesnt have enough power to be worth 2 hours anyway, you will not kill things faster with the knife during this guide. Also for best success with this guide and in general always try to have your current weapon at +4 or higher. If thats not possible due to money constraints or other reason it is ok to do it with +3 or lower, just might take a little longer. (i did it with a +3 weapon just so you know). Now on to the equipment shall we.

Cross Bows


Stone Bow
Level: 5
Price: 1,066
Attack: 18
Weight: 132
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Giant Crossbow
Level: 9
Price: 1,896
Attack: 30
Weight: 144
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Castle Crossbow
Level: 13
Price: 2,836
Attack: 40
Weight: 166
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Rapid Crossbow
Level: 17
Price: 4,620
Attack: 50
Weight: 168
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Masterpiece Crossbow
Level: 21
Price: 7,140
Attack: 60
Weight: 180
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Devil Crossbow
Level: 25
Price: 33,840
Attack: 70
Weight: 192
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Gust Crossbow
Level: 29
Price: 45,440
Attack: 80
Weight: 204

Knives


War Blade
Level: 5
Price: 1,066
Attack: 21
Weight: 132
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Silver Dagger
Level: 9
Price: 1,896
Attack: 33
Weight: 144
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Thorn Blade
Level: 13
Price: 2,836
Attack: 44
Weight: 156
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Legendary Blade
Level: 17
Price: 4,620
Attack: 56
Weight: 158
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Starlight Blade
Level: 21
Price: 7,140
Attack: 68
Weight: 180
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Crystal Blade
Level: 25
Price: 33,840
Attack: 79
Weight: 192
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Mystical Blade
Level: 29
Price: 45,440
Attack: 91
Weight: 204

Armor


Leather Gloves
Level:
Price:
Defense:
Weight:
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Leather Jacket
Level: 5
Price: 400
Attack: 20
Weight: 27
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Leather Pants
Level: 6
Price: 808
Defense: 30
Weight: 65
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Leather Hat
Level: 6
Price: 727
Defense: 30
Weight: 60
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Leather Shoes
Level: 7
Price: 747
Defense: 23
Weight: 23
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Shadow Gloves
Level: 10
Price: 791
Defense: 27
Weight: 30
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Shadow Robe
Level: 11
Price: 1,467
Defense: 40
Weight: 80
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Shadow Pants
Level: 11
Price: 1,320
Defense: 36
Weight: 75
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Shadow Hat
Level: 12
Price: 1,294
Defense: 30
Weight: 26
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Shadow Shoes
Level: 12
Price: 1,133
Defense: 30
Weight: 26
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Traveler Gloves
Level: 15
Price: 1,470
Defense: 35
Weight: 32
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Traveler Robe
Level: 16
Price: 2,730
Defense: 50
Weight: 95
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Traveler Pants
Level: 16
Price: 2,520
Defense: 46
Weight: 90
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Traveler Hat]
Level: 17
Price: 2,310
Attack: 38
Weight: 28
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Traveler Shoes
Level: 17
Price: 2,100
Defense: 38
Weight: 28
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Silver Gloves
Level: 20
Price: 2,520
Defense: 42
Weight: 35
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Silver Robe
Level: 21
Price: 4,410
Defense: 60
Weight: 110
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Silver Pants
Level: 21
Price: 3,990
Defense: 56
Weight: 105
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Silver Hat
Level: 22
Price: 4,410
Defense: 45
Weight: 31
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Silver Shoes
Level: 22
Price: 3,360
Defense: 45
Weight: 31
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Guardian Gloves
Level: 25
Price: 11,980
Attack: 50
Weight: 37
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Guardian Robe
Level: 26
Price: 21,860
Defense: 70
Weight: 125
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Guardian Pants
Level: 26
Price: 19,760
Defense: 66
Weight: 120
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Guardian Hat
Level: 27
Price: 19,880
Defense: 53
Weight: 33
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Guardian Shoes
Level: 27
Price: 17,660
Defense: 53
Weight: 33
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Huslaber Gloves
Level: 30
Price: 18,460
Defense: 57
Weight: 40
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Huslaber Robe
Level: 31
Price: 31,240
Defense: 80
Weight: 140
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Huslaber Pants
Level: 31
Price: 28,400
Defense: 76
Weight: 135
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Huslaber Hat
Level: 32
Price: 28,060
Defense: 60
Weight: 36
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Huslaber Shoes
Level: 32
Price: 22,720
Defense: 60
Weight: 36
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Skills
A. Active Skills


Tumble Cleave: A forward attack followed by a backflip.

Opinion: Its your standard special attack, Though alot fo people dont reccomend getting it until later because you wont have the mana to use it consistently. Also for this guide you wont need it because you will be using a CrossBow for a good long while. (not that this move doesnt work with a crossbow, just that you wont need much of any active abilities while following this guide for a long time.)

Required level to purchase 1
SP to buy each level respectively. 0, 3, 5, 11, 39
MP Usage per skill level. 5, 9, 14, 20, 27
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Swift Bash: A strong attack dealing damage twice to the opponent.

Opinion: WRONG!!!, it only deals damage once, but it does strike twice. The second strike though is completely for asthetic purposes only……to look pretty. Again though this is just the same as tumble cleave, its a standard special attack that you most likely dont need until later.

Required level to purchase 10
SP to buy each level respectively. 3, 4, 7, 18, 65
MP Usage per skill level. 8, 13, 18, 24, 30
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Flame Shock: Deal damage to multiple nearby enemies.

Opinion: This again is one of your standard special attacks…..with a twist. This should definately not be gotten until later, because you can only use it in your Personal Dungeon (PD). But once you do go into your personal dungeon this will be very helpful.

Required level to purchase 5
SP to buy each level respectively. 2, 3, 5, 11, 39
MP Usage per skill level. 9, 13, 18, 24, 30
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Hawk Strike: Jump high in the air and launch an attack at the enemy.

Opinion: Something i suggest getting as soon as you can. With this maxed and a decent weapon with a modifier you can usually kill green monster’s while SP farming in one hit. granted that one hit takes about the same amount of time that two hits would, its just fun lol. Also this is the only long range attack that the rogue gets, Besides Poison Capsule of course but i dont really consider that an attack.

Required level to purchase 15
SP to buy each level respectively. 4, 6, 10, 24, 86
MP Usage per skill level. 12, 16,21, 27, 35
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Poison Capsule: Long range attack that poisons an enemy for 20 seconds.

Opinion: There is alot of confusion between people as to what this does. Most know what it does but some dont. This will deal damage as thouvgh the enemy had no armor on for 20 seconds. Though it may not be very effective against monster’s i myself and many other’s have seen players forget about the poison and go down because of it. This along with snare can be a deadly combo. (ie. Be invisible, Snare, Poison, Unload your arsenal, rinse and repeat.)

Required level to purchase 15
SP to buy each level respectively. 4, 6, 10, 24, 86
MP Usage per skill level. 14, 19, 24, 30, 36
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Snare: Stop enemy movement for 12 seconds. Chance of success increases as skill increases.

Opinion: Cmon…..look at this skill. This is considered by most Rogue fanatics to be the best skill in your arsenal. For good reason too, As stated above it can be a deadly combo. Not only that, Rogues are intelligent. Snare and then run away, live to go invisible and cut his throat form behind haha.

Required level to purchase 20
SP to buy each level respectively. 5, 7, 12, 27, 98
MP Usage per skill level. 9, 13, 17, 21, 26
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Dire Strike: A rapid attack on a confused target

Opinion: I would say dont touch it, but too bad you need at least one point in it to get confusion, which in turn you need one point in to get invisibility. This ability isnt all that great because it relies on another ability. An ability that half the time you cant tell if its working or not.

Required level to purchase 25
SP to buy each level respectively. 6, 8, 14, 33, 118
MP Usage per skill level. 11, 16, 22, 29, 37
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Confusion: Cause confusion in a target

Opinion: is that not one mighty description, You know what i do when I am confused, i sit and stare at the dang wall. Sadly though that is not the case with the monster’s that are either effected or not effected by this ability. Worthless (in my opinion). Again though you need 1 point in it at least to get invisibilty.

Required level to purchase 25
SP to buy each level respectively. 6, 8, 14, 33, 118
MP Usage per skill level. 12, 15, 19, 24, 30
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Invisibility: Character becomes invisible to opponents:

Opinion: Hello….Mcfly??. What did i tell you about getting invisibility. Well who knows, All i know is you better get this ability maxed. One reason is because you cant change into an assasin or Hunter/Ranger until you do. Another reason is because its just pimp. Cmon you know you want to be the ghost.

Required level to purchase 30
SP to buy each level respectively. 7, 9, 16, 38, 137
MP Usage per skill level. 25, 30, 35, 40, 50
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Passive Skills


Line Force: Increases attack power when rogue equips melee weapons.

Opinion: Okay look im goig to say this once and once only. If you post saying no good for you, you will be ignored. This skill DOES……i repeat that DOES……there is’nt a not in here anywhere mind you……IT DOES INCREASE CROSSBOW ATTACK POWER. There i said it, its overwith, deal with it……now then moving on. This is probably the first skill you should max out. It allows you to kill faster which in turn means more SP to use for more abilities.

Required level to purchase 5
SP to buy each level respectively. 3, 4, 7, 16, 59
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Coup De Gras: Increases the chance of a critical hit.

Opinion: Vocabulary lesson coup de gras(ku də gras/ French):means a death blow intended to end the suffering of a wounded creature……….or Whoop de butt in crazy white boy terms. This is the second skill that should be maxed clear out. This is going to pretty much allow you to kill green monster’s in two hits almost everytime, sometimes one hit will suffice.

Required level to purchase 10
SP to buy each level respectively. 4, 5, 9, 22, 78
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Far Seeing: Increases range and brightens vision.

Opinion: There is alot of talk about this skill. Both good and bad, Although i do enjoy it, it is definately not neccesary in my opinion. I like the idea of knowing where things are far before i get to them. Alot of what is going to determine if you like this skill or not is whether you want to be an assasin or a hunter/ranger.

Required level to purchase 10
SP to buy each level respectively. 4, 5, 9, 22, 78
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Free Walk: Increases movement speed.

Opinion: This is the adopted brother of far seeing. I like to look at this ability the same way that i look at far seeing. Are you going to be an assasin, or are you going to be a hunter/ranger. You should get either free walk or far seeing, if your going to be an assasin or ranger Respectively. You can most definately get both if you want, just means you have to work out that extra hundred or so skill points is all. After going through this guide that should be nothing haha.

Required level to purchase 10
SP to buy each level respectively. 65, 65
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Innate Movement: Using naturally quick movements, attack speed is increased.

Opinion: Also something you should intend on getting ASAP. This increases attack rate…..not to be confused wih hit rate, that is something completely different. With this ability you will be attacking faster. Whether you hit more is up to your other Skills, Stats, And equipment.

Required level to purchase 15
SP to buy each level respectively. 74, 74
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Mental Defense: Increases magical defense.

Opinion: This is something you should get eventually. Especially if you plan on PVP’ing. Its not something you gotta go crazy over like OH MAN I NEED THAT……be more like a tired dog trying to catch the cat. Just take it easy gettin this one. Unless you want to PVP ASAP.

Required level to purchase 20
SP to buy each level respectively. 6, 7, 12, 30, 108
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Combat Reflection: Increases chance to reflect damage back at the enemy. Chance and amount of damage increases with level.

Opinion: If i had an actual percentage chance i might be able to give a fair review of this skill. But since i dont, i would say get it. Especially if your an assasin, as you will be in close combat all the time. Though again dont be like a kid in a store that wants mommy to buy them a candy bar. Just chill on this one.

Required level to purchase 20
SP to buy each level respectively. 4, 6, 12, 30, 108
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Regain: Permantly increases HP and MP regenaration.

Opinion: Again alot of people say this sucks, some people say its good. Most of them have legitamite reasons for their beliefs. But if your having a hard time look at it from a roleplaying view. Do you like your Rogue as a ninja that regenerates himself with Justu over time. Or do you like your rogue being a Theif using the potions he stole from house’s to stay alive. Do it that way and you should be fine. Considering you are able to max every single skill it wont make you reset your character or anything if you make a bad decision. Either way you really only need it at level 4.

Required level to purchase 25
SP to buy each level respectively. 7, 9, 16, 38, 137
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Detect Weakness: Increases attack hit rate.

Opinion: This is that thing that you might have thought innate movement was…….what the heck did i just say. Anyway this increases your chance to hit your opponent. Which means hitting more often means more damage more often which means more effecient. you want this ASAP.

Required level to purchase 30
SP to buy each level respectively. 8, 11, 18, 44, 157
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SP Farming
So what is SP Farming you might ask.Well all it is really i killing low level monsters as fast as possible to gain skill points but not levels. What your gonna be looking for is green monsters. But not just any green monsters. Green monsters that give you at least 800 skill experience. Now you might ask why the heck dont i kill white monsters, or even orange/yellow, or even red. Well lets look at it this way. Its like a two weight medievil scale. Youve seen them the weird looking candle holder thing’s with copper plates………SO IF SHE WEIGHS MORE THAN A DUCK……..SHE A WITCH!!!!. yea. Anyway for red monsters the XP scale is all the way up, and the SP scale is down at the bottom. Orange monsters give you a liittle less XP but more SP. White monsters give you an equal amount of both XP and SP…..or at least as equal as your gonna get. Green give you the most SP over XP…..and blue’s most always give you like 1 XP and 2 SP. There are times when a blue does give you more than that, its when those monsters just turned blue to you. But there still not worth it. Now again why not white monsters and not green is i can get about the same amount of SP and get some XP on the side. Well here’s the thing, Generally you can kill a white monsters in about 5-6 hits. And they usually give you about 1200 SP and around 1000 XP. Two problems with this though. Green monsters give you about 1000 SP and anywhere between 100-900 XP usually. But you can kill them in 2 hits most times, and sometimes 1. Also with green monsters you probably will never get hit….and if you do there not going to do any damage alot of the time. Now lets recap…..you get 1100 SP from 2 hits on greens…..you get 1200 SP from 6 hits on whites……lets see which one is mathematically correct. Also one of the best things about killing greens…..you can kill 3 of them in the amount of time you can kill 1 white….thats a 3/1 ratio which means hello item drops. Your gonna be finding Item Boosters, Gold Boosters, Heavan Stones, Moonstones, Tool aids, Drake Eggs, and Pan flutes out the butt man. Now your all probably expecting some thing where i tell you what to kill and when. Well its not happening. All im going to tell you is kill green monsters. Thats all, just kill green monsters for hours and days at a time and never ever stop killing green monster’s (sometimes white when your bored, like drakes at level 20) until your level 31 and you have every single skill maxed……or the ones you want. Now if you need a super strict guide as to what to kill and when. I suggest you go take a look at idtheec’s guide, He has been playing along time and he knows what he is doing.

XP Farming
Ok like this one really needs to be explained. But since i am trying to get this as complete as possible here it is. usually your gonna want to kill whites for this. They give you good XP and SP so if you just cant handle the idea of killing green monsters for hour’s anymore. This is your best compromise.

Pet Training
Luckily for us there insane amount of SP farming that will take place by following this guide will get your pet to at least level 16 as long as you have it out (usually higher than that). Most people say that the best pet for a rogue to have is a horse rather than a dragon. Alot of the reason for this is because you already are a force to be reckoned with when your just yourself, you dont need to be mounted on some dragon doing AOE damage, when you can just horse buff the crazy out of yourself and kill stuff in one hit….exageration…..but you will be killing mobs alot of faster. Everytime your pet levels up it gets a technical point. You can then take your pet to the pet trainer in town and spend the technical points. Your best bet on what to spend the tech points on are the attack power increase. This way your killing things even faster which means less time between kills making you a more effecient grinding machine. Also as sad as i am to tell you this i must. Rogues are not caable of doing the Idle Pet Training thing. You may see people in game that are AFK but they are sitting there hitting the same monster over and over forever, but the monster never dies, and neither does the player. Alot of people do this because pets generally gain 1 XP per 2 hits. So healers and knights will alot of times sit and attack a weak monster that cant do much damage to them, and in turn they dont do much damage because they take their weapon off and use their fists, this way they rack up an amazing amount of pet XP and they arent even at the computer most of the time. Problem is with rogues, any monster thats white or below we will kill in a few shots, even without a weapon, and anything higher than that will kill us in a few blows as well. So sadly it just doesnt work with rogues.

Suggestive Killing Spots
Ok now then since we finally got all that information out of the way we can move onto where you might think about training and on what levels. It will be a very rough guide because other people ahve already made a guide about this and i dont feel its neccesary to repeat the exact words of others beause that would take away from their work and thats not right. So on we go.
Levels 1-10
At this point your gonna probably wanna stay on foxes and wolves. They give you a good bit of XP/SP along the way. Always use the rule of thumb though, kill greens and when that starts driving you crazy you can go kill whites every once in a while to mix things up. Otherwise you gonna go crazy. (like i did)

Levels 10-20
This is where you really start to get out there and find some other monsters. Most people like to train on elite goblins in dratan, they are bucnhed together and if i remember correctly they swarm so you wont be running all over the place to kill them. Best places for them is keep going straight out of dratan and keep going till you see them….not goblin soldiers,,,,elite goblins. Along that you might want to look at larvae after level 15 they give some nice SP alot better than sasquatches. Alot of people will tell you sasqautches but this is just wrong. At level 15 i was getting more from larvae than i was from sasquatches and larvae are bucnhed together in certain area’s close to town in dratan, sasquatches are not and theres almost always alot of people killing them, you usually have larvaes to yourself.

Levels 20-30
i trained on drakes from 20-24 and it wasnt real bad, but after level 23 is when it starts to get real real tedious….i debated quitting the game at this point. Keep going though your so close to being high enough to finally go to dratan alot and merac and all those fun places. After 24 people will tell you to kill drake again till your 25…..or you kill yourself….one is mostly gonna happen first….guess. So your best bet at this point is to XP farm now. Level your but off, go kill butchers in merac or group with friends that have wanted to see you forever. Because at this point if you did thise guide like i hope you did then you will have enough SP by now to MAX all skills from level 1-30 and have enough to max almost all skills in your next class. This guide does not get regain, confusion, or direstrike.

30 and on
Well im gonna ahve to get back to you on that. I havent experienced the game this far enough to be able to write about it. So this concludes the guide.

ENDGAME
Ok well i have written this guide very well i hope. I hope that it helps you guys on your quest to be a super beast. If there is anything i can do for you i play on carie servers, usually on c-4 or c-2. IGN is ITsamurai.
If there is anything else that i missed or you think should be added or would just like to say please post here. If this guide helped you please give me karma or post saying thanks. Have fun guys.

MORE TO COME IN DUE TIME.
>Trying for a complete guide to PVP tactics, but problem is i have never PVPed yet so im going to have to search around and see what other people are saying about the subject. (im not going to be using exact words from people, if i did that i woud have already had to quote a million and ten people.)

>some fun things to say to your friends because they want you to come party with them but you want to follow the guide and you just cant say no.
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Credits go to gokou135 for putting this guide together!