|Number of Skills:||14|
|Total Skill Points:||132|
|Total Quest Skills:||1|
Mages rely on their skills as their main source of damage, and such attacks are magically based and only take into account the target's Magical Defense, and not their Physical Defense. Furthermore, all of a Mage's spells are elemental, thus meaning the accurate use of the correct spell against the correct monsters is highly important.
2. Once inside, talk to the girl by the blackboard. She will tell you what solution number you need. The solution number you get determines what items you need and what you need to input in to the mixing machine. You can look up the ingredients you need at the book shelf located inside of the same room.
Note: The catalyst item isn't needed, it is just a selection from the mixing machine list.
Prontera at the Milk Merchant (76, 133) for 25z.can be obtained in
The Morroc. The NPC, named Ponka-Hontas can be found at (88, 147).is found in the Pyramids map located in the north west corner of
3. After obtaining all of the ingredients, mix them in the the mixing machine (??, ??) back at the Mage Guild. Make sure to double check the ingredients, catalyst, and mixing code. If a mistake is made at this time, all of the items will have to be gathered again.
4. Once the Unknown Solution is made talk to the main quest NPC again. If you give her the correct solution, she will change your job to Mage.
This is the most common initial stat layout:
Get any type of Staff as soon as possible. The 15% increase in MATK is noticeable even at low levels. and can be bought from the Geffen Weapon Dealer. A would also be a good investment from the Armour Dealer for new players. Generally, aim to get as much armor as possible to increase the chance of surviving monster hits.
Although potentially expensive, ashould be a top priority. This will help save loads of money that would have gone towards restoration items (i.e. Red Potions) and greatly increases leveling efficiency. Armor with (+700 HP) will help the most as a Mage, due to their low HP. INT enhancing cards and equipment ( , , ) tend to be more useful at this point than DEX equipment ( , , ), but it's really up to getting as much as the player can afford.