Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Ninpou Ninja Guide by Elendoil

Ninpou Ninja Guide

Table of Contense

1. What is a Ninpou Ninja
2. PvM Variants
• Int-Dex Variant
• Dex-Int-Vit Variant
• Int-Vit-Dex Variant
• Int-Agi-Dex Variant
• PvM Equipments
3. WoE Variants
• Int-Vit-Dex Variants
• Int-Dex-Vit Variant
• Vit-Dex-Int Variant
• WoE Equipment
4. Special FeelRO Equipment
5. PvP/WoE Tips
6. Places to Level
7. Credits


What is a „Ninpou Ninja“?
Ninpou is a basic technique of the magical skill tree of the ninjas. It is required for all spells and provides a nice bonus SP-recovery. A Ninpou Ninja (NN) uses spells as his primary weapon. Ninjas, along with Gunslingers, gain more experience per monster than other classes, which mean they level faster.


PvM Variants
Int-Dex:
STR 1
AGI 9
VIT 1
INT 99
DEX 99
LUK 1

Skills:
Reverse Tatami 1
Shadow Jump 5
Cast-off Ciceda Shell 5
Ninpou Training 10
Soul 10
Crimson Fire Blossom 5
Crimson Fire Formation 10
Dragon Fire Formation 5
Lightning Spear of Ice 5
Water Espace Technique 3
Wind Blade 5
Lightning Crash 5
North Wind 5

This Build has low Vit, so be sure you use Cast-off Ciceda(COC), but high damage output and really good casting times. You do enough damage with level 5 Element-spells, and you have lower casting times. Also use Soul as often as possible, it gives you a +5 Int boost!

Dex-Int-Vit:
STR 1
AGI 9
VIT ~40
INT ~80
DEX 99
LUK 1

Skills:
Same as above

Slightly lower damage, more HP and better status immunity. But even with some Int, use COC! It's and awsome skill!

Int-Vit-Dex
STR 1
AGI 9
VIT 69
INT 99
DEX 64
LUK 1

Skills:
Same as above

Max damage, good defence, nice HP, but slower casting.

Int-Agi-Dex
STR 1
AGI 72
VIT 1
INT 99
DEX 63
LUK 1

Ninpou Training 10
Crimson Fire Blossom 10
Crimson Fire Formation 7
Lightning Spear of Ice 10
Water Escape Technique 7
Falling Ice Pillar 5
Wind Blade 10
Lightning Crash 5
North Wind 5

Agi instead of COC isn't really good, it's more of a fun-build. Low Vit means less HP and low Dex is slower casting. You can use it when you're bored, but not to really hunt things.

Equip:
The Equipment differs with the monsters you hunt, so this is just a basic line of some usefull things.
Damage-reducing cards, for example cards that give you're armor an element which is strong against the element of the monster hunted.
HP-cards like Alarm Card, Andre Egg Card, Angeling Card, Fabre Card, Freeezer Card etc.
Int/Dex Cards like Ridewood Card or Rocker Card
Clip+Vivata Card(for short use only!)
Clip+Creamy Card
Clip+Smokie Card


WoE Variants
In WoE, the Ninja can take out enemie Emp breakers which made it through the pre-cast.

Int-Vit-Dex:
STR 1
AGI 1
VIT 69
INT 99
DEX 64
LUK 9

Skills:
There are three different skill-builds
1.
Reverse Tatami 1
Shadow Jump 5
Cast-off Ciceda Shell 5
Ninpou Training 10
Crimson Fire Blossom 5
Crimson Fire Formation 10
Dragon Fire Formation 5
Lightning Spear of Ice 5
Water Escape Technique 3
Wind Blade 5
Lightning Crash 5
North Wind 5
Soul 5

2.
Reverse Tatami 1
Shadow Jump 5
Cast-off Ciceda Shell 5
Ninpou Training 10
Crimson Fire Blossom 5
Crimson Fire Formation 10
Dragon Fire Formation 5
Lightning Spear of Ice 5
Water Escape Technique 10
Falling Ice Pillar 5
Wind Blade 3
Soul 5
3.
Reverse Tatami 1
Mist Slash 5
Shadow Jump 5
Shadow Slash 3
Cast-off Ciceda Shell 5
Illusionary Shadow 10
Ninpou Training 10
Crimson Fire Blossom 5
Crimson Fire Formation 10
Dragon Fire Formation 5
Lightning Spear of Ice 5
Soul 5

While version one tries to use all elements to kill quickly, the second mostly uses the Watery Escape Technique to slow the enemies down, giving him enough time to kill them, even with the weaker elemental spells. The third one is completely different, using COC and Illusionary Shadow for evasion to stay alive.

Int-Dex-Vit:
STR 1
AGI 1
VIT 44
INT 99
DEX 84
LUK 9

Skills:
Like one of those above, it's your dessicion which one

This build sacrifices some Vit for more Dex, meaning that it can cast faster, yet you will need more potions or die more often.

Dex-Int-Vit:
STR 1
AGI 1
VIT 42
INT 85
DEX 99
LUK 10

Skills:
Like one of those above, it's your dessicion which one

Lower damage for faster casting time. But a ninja need max Int for WoE, so this build can be played, but is not one of the top builds.

Vit-Dex-Int:
STR 1
AGI 1
VIT 99
INT 1
DEX 99
LUK 9

Skills
Reverse Tatami 1
Mist Slash 5
Shadow Jump 5
Shadow Slash 3
Cast-off Ciceda Shell 5
Illusionary Shadow 10
Ninpou Training 10
Crimson Fire Blossom 5
Crimson Fire Formation 10
Dragon Fire Formation 5
Lightning Spear of Ice 5
Soul 5

This build trys to rush in and spam area spells. Always use COC and Illusionary Shadow when rushing. This build is completely theoretical, I didn't test it. Also you need to reset at level 99 because it's nearly impossible to level with just 1 Int.

WoE Equipment:
Weapons:
-Bazerald
-Cutter [4] with 4 Drops cards
or
Knife [4] with 4 Drops cards
or
Main Gauche [4] with 4 Drops cards.
-Cutter [4] with 4 Fabre cards
or
Knife [4] with 4 Fabre cards
or
Main Gauche [4] with 4 Fabre cards.

Upper Headgear:
-Apple of Archer
-Mistress Crown

Middle Headgear:
-Sunglasses[1] with Elder Willow Card

Lower Headgear:
-Gangster Mask
Armor:
-Glittering Jacket with Marc Card

Left Hand:
-Armguard

Shoes:
-Crystal Pumps
-Shoes[1] with Verit Card

Garment:
-Muffler[1] with Radric Card

Accessory:
-Glove[1] with Zerom Card
-Earing[1] with Zerom Card
-Rosary[1] with Zerom Card


WoE/PvP Tips
Against:
1st Classses > A few LSoI or an Dragon Fire Formation will kill them easily unless they happen to be a perma first class that's like lvl 90+ or something.

Knight > Simple enough, just COS and hit with whatever magic you want, although if they have a hide clip you'll need to just stick with LSoI.

Wizard > They have good MDef, you have good MDef. But while they have very strong AoE skills, Ninjas have really strong single targeting spells. But Jupitel Thunder still hurts with the push-back. Anyway, if you have a hiding clip, try to get them when they are fighting others. Then they are an easy kill.

Hunter > If you see one, chances are you'll be dead soon since their birds ignore COC. Best thing you can do is just spam LSoI and hope they don't have much max hp.

Blacksmith > Watch out for Hammerfall. Lay down a WET and try to get them at range. Be sure to have COC in case they reach you, they hit you hard.

Assassin > These guys can be really easy, and a real pain at the same time. If you have a fast enough cast, they won't be able to cloak away from LSoI and they take a ton of damage from magic. If you have Maya Purple card and see an invisible one running straight towards you, lay down Crimson Fire Formation to protect yourself. Once they are hitted, spam LSoI.

Priest > You don't do much damage, they can heal theirselves, buff theirselves. Let the damage do some melee classes. If you have to fight, try to kill them as fast as possible, because the longer the fight takes, the better their chances to win are.

Crusader > If they have heal, it's really hard. Also be careful, they are usually mounted, so they are fast! Try to bring them down before they come to you. And watch out for their shields, they can kill you at range if they have to!

Sage > Spell Breaker and Magic Rod, that's all I have to say about these guys. Chances are you'll not win this fight.

Bard > LSoI should normally do.

Dancer > Not sure about that, will be added when I am.

Alchemist > If they DO NOT have a homunculus, you MIGHT be able to kill them. If they have a vani, you can just forget it. You'll be dead before you can get off 2 LSoI.

Rouge > Fairly easy as well, try to take them down from range. If they use bow, you should be faster. If not, you die. Very simple

Monk > Also a pretty easy class to take out since nothing they have can hit you. In almost every case you can do more damage than their heal can keep up with.

Trans-Classes > They are all hard to kill, High Priests are nearly impossible(at least I never managed), just try to kill them all at range, lay down a WET against melee classes. Classes with low MDef AND melee attack are killable(Dagger Stalker etc.), if they get invisible(Chase Walk or something like that), Crimson Fire Formation is your best friend.

A strategie I didn't test yet (so this IS theoretically, if it's a bad strategy, tell me and I will remove it!), get a Pest carded armor so you can spam Dragon Fire Formation at them Twisted Evil


Places to Level

1-~15
Kill Porings at Eden(the Cowrings, Ghostrings etc. are exactly like porings)
~15-~20
Spam Lightning Spear of Ice at Poporings
Again, spam LSoI, this time at Mandragoras
Spam LSoI at Floras
~20-~40
Again, spam LSoI 1 at Metallings
Same for Greatest General
~40-~70
Crimson Fire Petal will do for Geographers
~70-99
Use COC so you don't get hit! And kill them with Wind Blades. Ice Titans give VERY good experience


Credits
www.ro-card.de
http://www.rocheck.de
http://rns.gamona.de/

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