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Quest - Community Edit

1.Joining a Guild Edit

Have you ever thought of becoming a part of a guild? Or perhaps joining a town in a nation? ~ A Guild is the most basic type of organization. Come back after joining a Guild. Oh, you're also more than welcome to create your own guild.

Mission: Join Guild

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Great. I'll teach you the basics of guild life.

Reward:

  • Experience: 1,500
  • Gold: 5,000

2.Guild Contribution Edit

It costs money to operate a guild. The larger the guild, the more money it needs. That's why voluntary donations from the guild members are quite a necessity. ~ Now go contribute at least 10,000 gold to your guild. You want your guild to thrive, don't you?

Mission: Contribute Gold to Guild x10,000

When you donate to your guild, you will see your guild points increase.

Reward:

  • Experience: 1,500
  • Gold: 5,000
  • Item: Manager's Scroll [II] x3

3.Try a Guild Quest Edit

Governing a town requires a certain amount of Guild Points. You can get guild points by just being logged into the game, but you can gain more points by accomplishing Guild Quests. ~ You will need a Manager's Scroll in order to receive a [Guild Quest]. You can start a Guild Quest by going to Options at the Guild Office in a town. Complete at least one Guild Quest. The quality of the Manager's Scroll I gave you was [II]. If you are below Level 30, you can purchase a Manager's Scroll [I] from the Market and use that instead.

Mission: Complete Guild Quest x1

Great. There are more missions ahead of you, so try to collect more Manager's Scrolls and use them often. Of course, Guild Points are not the only reward. You and your mercenaries will also gain experience.

Reward:

  • Experience: 1,500
  • Gold: 5,000
  • Item: Manager's Scroll [II] x3

4.Party Hunting Edit

When you feel it's getting harder for you to hunt on your own, you can try to form a group with other adventurers. This is called a Party. Party hunting provides additional benefits besides making it easier to eliminate enemies. When you're in a full party, after the end of a battle, you will receive books that increase your experience, and special Material Boxes that you can't find elsewhere. ~ Can you get at least 1000 Exp through party battles? Give it a try, I think you'll enjoy earning the extra experience points.

Mission: Earn experience through battle in party:x100

Good job. Remember that you might encounter stronger enemies in the future that are difficult to defeat alone.

Reward:

  • Experience: 1,500
  • Gold: 5,000

5.Try a Town Quest Edit

A guild that governs a town can perform Town Quests to improve their town. You will need to complete Town Quests in order to increase the security, industry, commerce, and other aspects of your town. ~ You will need a Manager's Scroll in order to receive Town Quests. You can start the quest from the Town Menu of the town your guild governs. Come talk to me again after completing at least one Town Quest. Once again, if you are below level 30, you can purchase a Manager's Scroll [I] from the Market in any town.

Mission: Complete Town Quest x1

Great. You need to keep the Town Satisfaction Rating high to run a successful town.

Reward:

  • Experience: 1,500
  • Gold: 5,000

6.Persuading Residents Edit

You can gain residents without doing anything if you have a high satisfaction level. But, if you want to aggressively increase your town's population, you can Persuade residents to move to your town. ~ Can you try to Persuade 30 or more travelling residents to move to the town that your guild controls? Please remember, you cannot persuade a resident who is already inside of a town.

Mission: Persuade Resident x30

You can collect taxes from residents in your town. This means the more residents you have, the more taxes you can collect. However, please keep in mind that they will refuse to pay taxes if they are not receiving enough food.

Reward:

  • Experience: 1,500
  • Gold: 5,000

See also Edit

Trivia Edit

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