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mapl3mag3il3

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PostedNov 28, 2012 7:37 pm

Main Level and Class Level

How do you level up your main level?
How do you level up your main level because you can't go past your main level with your class level...
Any help here please... Im new. 1rst mmorpg my friend got me to try.
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Abel_Noxx

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PostedNov 28, 2012 7:45 pm
To level your character you can do the main quests, daily quests, and repeatable quests in the most recent area you are in. Also at later levels grinding guild quests and repeatable quests take over. Also dont forget to take the book quests from the general merchants in the area for some more exp. ^.^

Millumi

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PostedNov 28, 2012 8:53 pm
You get EXP for your main level whenever you get EXP for classes, in addition to quests and such.
Try doing dungeons, they are great for exp.
Later on, (around 45 or so) it's better to solo dungeons in unlimited mode by kiting and aoeing large groups of mobs in dungeons to get up fast, though just following quest lines should get you to around 35 or so, more or less depending on if you do book quests, guild quests, etc.
After that you need to grind stuff.


Oh, and always remember to get Koss's buff in Aven! (he is near the auction house)
It gives a large bonus to your EXP gains, you can get it once a day and it lasts for a few hours.
You can get it until you are level 60.

Jueldia

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PostedNov 29, 2012 12:18 am
Another thing you may not be aware of, Mapl3Mag3il3... if your class is equal to your character level, you can always change class and try out something new. In Eden Eternal, your character can be any and ALL classes at once! You don't have to be a mage/warrior/thief forever! Instead of wasting the class EXP you could be getting while leveling up your "main level", switch to a class you haven't played yet... or haven't played in awhile. It makes the game more diverse and interesting.

Also, when looking for groups later on (level 50+), it's better if you can fill more than just ONE role. Like, if you play warrior... and never play anything else, or aren't very good at tanking, you're not as likely to find groups as if you play warrior AND you play blade dancer... or cleric... or illusionist... or anything else.

Variety! It is the spice of life! Very Happy
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