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ShiKage08’s Infighter Guide (Obsolete!)

Well, I’m a level 160 Viper in Keyaki, JMS and I’ve been working on a guide based on what I’ve experienced so far. I’m not 100% accurate on all of this, but please bare with me. You may not agree with any part of my guide, but if you have any suggestions, please tell me and I’ll think it over and possibly add it. Also, if you have any questions about Infighters/Buccaneers/Vipers, please feel free to ask.
The basic Pirate:

The basic pirate is level 10 with 20 DEX. This may come as a bit of a slap in the face for a future infighter, seeing how our DEX is usually the numeric value of our level or less, but it’s actually a lot different than that. To become a pirate, go to Nautilus Port, enter the ship, go into the portal with the ↑ on top of the doorway, then go all of the way to the left and enter the far left portal. Once there, talk to Kairin and she’ll advance you as a Pirate.

Level 10: +1 SommerSault Kick
Level 11: +3 SommerSault Kick
Level 12: +3 SommerSault Kick
Level 13: +3 SommerSault Kick
Level 14: +3 SommerSault Kick
Level 15: +3 SommerSault Kick
Level 16: +3 SommerSault Kick
Level 17: +1 SommerSault Kick (Max) +2 Bullet Time
Level 18: +3 Bullet Time
Level 19: +3 Bullet Time
Level 20: +3 Bullet Time
Level 21: +3 Bullet Time
Level 22: +3 Bullet Time
Level 23: +3 Bullet Time (Max)
Level 24: +3 Flash Fist
Level 25: +3 Flash Fist
Level 26: +3 Flash Fist
Level 27: +3 Flash Fist
Level 28: +3 Flash Fist
Level 29: +3 Flash Fist
Level 30: +2 Flash Fist (Max) +1 Double Fire

Review:
Max SommerSault Kick
Max Bullet Time
Max Flash Fist
1 Double Fire

Why you shouldn’t max Dash:

People think that Infighters need max Dash in 1st job. Wrong. They don’t get speed and power in 1st Job; Infighters are not Captain Falcon from SSBM. Infighters really only start to gain movement speed in 3rd job, where they get a haste effect from Transformation.

  1.              Most Infighters we’ve talked to chose to get 0 Dash, and this is why:
    From 2nd job onward, an Infighter constantly alternates between CorkScrew Punch and Backspin Blow while training. That means you’ll be changing directions almost constantly, since CorkScrew Punch attacks in front of you and Backspin attacks behind you. Infighters turn a lot to focus attacks in one direction [i.e. using CorkScrew Punch to attack monsters on your left side, then turning to the right and using Backspin to hit the same monsters]. When you change directions, Dash automatically turns off. If you accidentally double-tap an arrow key while training, Dash would activate, waste a little of your MP, and then turn off right when you turn the other way.
  2.               The other risk of getting Dash as an Infighter is that accidental taps of the arrow key will cause you to run right into monsters and large mobs where you’ll receive unnecessary touch dmg. Infighters already get a haste effect from Transformation in 3rd job, so until then Infighters can just get speed equips. Dash for Infighters, in all honesty, is useless, and sometimes dangerous. You should get 1 Double Fire instead of 1 Dash at the end of 1st Job, because in some instances, Dash can literally hurt you.

Granted, some will still want to use Dash for traveling purposes, which I (Takeback3r) agree with. Again, Dash is not recommended for Infighters, but if you really feel the pro’s outweigh the con’s, you can max it instead and leave Bullet Time at 11. We just wanted people to know that it can interrupt your fighting style. Taken from TakeBack3r and KazootheBat’s Misconception thread

Even at level 100, I’m still using seven different attacking skills to bring up my damage per minute output; as seen here :

The Second Job Advancement:
      Head back over to Nautilus Port and talk to Kairin. She’ll give you two options; One for Infighter and one for Gunslinger. Choose “Infighter” and then talk to Kairin again. Click the very bottom option. She’ll warp you to a map with small Octopi that you must kill. Here’s the catch: You must use Flash Barrage to kill them. SommerSault Kick will only “MISS” them. Once you’ve collected all 15 items from those octopi, talk to Kairin again. She’ll warp you back to Nautilus Port (inside her room, of course). Talk to her once again and she’ll advance you to Infighter.

Level 30: +1 Max HP Increase
Level 31: +3 Max HP Increase
Level 32: +3 Max HP Increase
Level 33: +3 Max HP Increase (Max)
Level 34: +1 Backspin Blow, +1 CorkScrew Punch, +1 Mastery
Level 35: +3 Mastery
Level 36: +1 Mastery +2 Booster
Level 37: +3 Booster
Level 38: +1 Booster (6) +2 Mastery
Level 39: +3 Mastery
Level 40: +3 Mastery
Level 41: +3 Mastery
Level 42: +3 Mastery (19)
Level 43: +3 CorkScrew Punch
Level 44: +3 CorkScrew Punch
Level 45: +3 CorkScrew Punch
Level 46: +3 CorkScrew Punch
Level 47: +3 CorkScrew Punch
Level 48: +3 CorkScrew Punch
Level 49: +1 CorkScrew Punch (Max) + 2 Double Uppercut
Level 50: +3 Double Uppercut
Level 51: +3 Double Uppercut
Level 52: +3 Double Uppercut
Level 53: +3 Double Uppercut
Level 54: +3 Double Uppercut
Level 55: +3 Double Uppercut (Max)
Level 56: +3 Backspin Blow
Level 57: +3 Backspin Blow
Level 58: +3 Backspin Blow
Level 59: +3 Backspin Blow
Level 60: +3 Backspin Blow
Level 61: +3 Backspin Blow
Level 62: +1 Backspin Blow (Max) +2 Booster
Level 63: +2 Booster +1 MP Recovery
Level 64: +2 Booster +1 MP Recovery
Level 65: +2 Booster +1 MP Recovery
Level 66: +2 Booster +1 MP Recovery
Level 67: +2 Booster +1 MP Recovery
Level 68: +2 Booster (Max) +1 MP Recovery
Level 69: +3 MP Recovery
Level 70: +1 MP Recovery (Max), +1 Mastery (Max), +1 Oak Barrel

Review:
Max HP Recovery
Max Mastery
Max Booster
Max Backspin Blow
Max Double Uppercut
Max CorkScrew Punch
Max MP Recovery
1 Oak Barrel

Reasons for this build:


HP increase first is a given. You want to have the most HP as possible, so you max out HP Increase as early as possible. Next, you want to get Mastery to help out your damage per minute. Also, when maxing out Mastery, you want to get one in CorkScrew Punch and one in Backspin Blow for building mobs and stunning. All of you people who have played a 4th job Warrior with Rush know how much Rush can speed up your training. Also, while maxing Mastery, you want to put six points into booster to further increase your attacking speed, thus increasing your training speed. Then, after you’ve maxed out Mastery, you want to work on your attacking skills, so your training will be further sped up. Once you have maxed your attacking skills, you want to finish maxing Booster or start working on MP Recovery. MP recovery is great, because it saves money on MP potions. Who doesn’t want an extra bit of cash in their pockets? Once you have maxed the above skills, you have one point left over, so stick that into Oak Barrel!

The Third Job Advancement Quest:

If you’ve made it to level 70 on another character, you know how this goes. Once you get to level 70, head off to El Nath. Once there, go to the Chief’s Residence, where the Third Job instructors are. Talk to Pedro (ペドロ) and he’ll tell you to head back to Kairin in Nautilus Port to gather the Necklace of Strength. Head back to Kairin and talk to her for your next assignment. She’ll tell you that you must defeat her clone in order to past the test to prove yourself worthy of the Necklace of Strenght. Go to the Cave of Evil Eye III and talk to the Door of Demension. This will transport you to another map where you head toward the battle with fake Kairin. Defeat the clone and collect the rubble piece that fake Kairin drops. Take that back to Kairin and she’ll reward you with the Necklace of Strength. Head back to Pedro in El Nath and give him the Necklace of Strength. He’ll then tell you that you must pass one final test; the knowledge test. Head to Sharp Cliff II and go in the wooden door on the top right part of the map. Walk down and talk to the large stone to begin your knowledge test. Once you have obtained the Necklace of Wisdom, head back to Pedro and give him the necklace. Congratulations! You are now a Buccaneer!

Transform and Shockwave Build

Level 70: +1 Stun Mastery
Level 71: +1 Stun Mastery, +1 Transformation, +1 Shockwave
Level 72: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Shockwave
Level 73: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Shockwave
Level 74: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Shockwave
Level 75: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Shockwave
Level 76: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Shockwave
Level 77: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Shockwave
Level 78: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Shockwave
Level 79: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Shockwave
Level 80: +2 Stun Mastery (Max), +1 Shockwave
Level 81: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 82: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 83: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 84: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 85: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 86: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 87: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 88: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 89: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 90: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave
Level 91: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Shockwave(Level 21)
Level 92: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 93: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 94: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 95: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 96: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 97: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 98: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 99: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 100: +2 Energy Charge(Max), +1 Energy Buster
Level 101: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Shockwave
Level 102: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Shockwave
Level 103: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Shockwave
Level 104: +2 Energy Buster(15), +1 Shockwave
Level 105: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Shockwave
Level 106: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Shockwave
Level 107: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Shockwave
Level 108: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Shockwave
Level 109: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Shockwave(Max)
Level 110: +3 Energy Buster (Max)
Level 111: +3 Transformation
Level 112: +3 Transformation
Level 113: +3 Transformation
Level 114: +3 Transformation
Level 115: +3 Transformation
Level 116: +3 Transformation
Level 117: +1 Transformation (Max), +2 Energy Drain
Level 118: +3 Energy Drain
Level 119: +3 Energy Drain
Level 120: +3 Energy Drain

Review:
Max Stun Mastery
Max Energy Charge
Max Energy Buster
Max Transformation
Max Shockwave
11 Energy Drain

Reasons for this build:
            Well, of course, you want to get Stun Mastery first. Stun Mastery is a MUST! When you execute your Backspin Blow and Double Uppercut techniques, you stun monsters. While those monsters are stunned, you can attack once more and hit a critical. Note : the chance of hitting a critical for Buccaneers is 60%, which is higher than any other class. Next, you get one point in Transformation and work on Shock Wave. Shock Wave is a very useful skill when it comes to mobs. It is very powerful (even more so than CorkScrew Punch) and it’ll speed up your training a lot. Once you’ve finished maxing Stun Mastery, you want to work on Energy Charge. Energy Charge has a master level of 40, so it may take a while to max this one out. This skill gives you a percent chance of not being knocked back, similar to a 4th job warrior’s Power Stance, +20 weapon attack, +200% Power Guard-type damage, and +20 accuracy and avoid ability. When Shock Wave is level 21, which is when it hits 6 monsters, you want to start working on another mob skill, Energy Buster. Energy Buster, at max level, is stronger than CorkScrew Punch and it is useful to 3rd and fourth jobs. Once you’ve maxed out Energy Charge, continue working on Energy Buster and Shock Wave until both are maxed. Once you’ve maxed those, begin working on Transformation to lower the cool down time of the skill. Transformation, at max, will give you +20 STR, +40 Speed, and +20 Jump, which is similar to haste. After all of the above have been maxed, put the rest of your points into Energy Drain to finish off your build.
Energy Build

Level 70: +1 Stun Mastery
Level 71: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 72: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 73: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 74: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 75: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 76: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 77: +1 Stun Mastery (Max), +2 Energy Charge
Level 78: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Drain
Level 79: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 80: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 81: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 82: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 83: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 84: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 85: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 86: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 87: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 88: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 89: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 90: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 91: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 92: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 93: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 94: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 95: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Buster
Level 96: +2 Energy Charge (Max), +1 Energy Buster
Level 97: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Energy Drain
Level 98: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Energy Drain
Level 99: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Energy Drain
Level 100: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Energy Drain
Level 101: +2 Energy Buster, +1 Energy Drain
Level 102: +2 Energy Buster (Max), +1 Energy Drain
Level 103: +1 Energy Drain, +1 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 104: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Shockwave
Level 105: +1 Energy Drain (11), +2 Shockwave
Level 106: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 107: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 108: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 109: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 110: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 111: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 112: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 113: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 114: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 115: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 116: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 117: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 118: +2 Shockwave (Max), +1 Transform
Level 119: +3 Transform
Level 120: +3 Transform (Max)

Review:
Max Stun Mastery
Max Energy Charge
Max Energy Buster
Max Transformation
Max Shockwave
11 Energy Drain

Reasons for this build
                  In this build, just like the Transform build, I suggest maxing Stun Mastery first. Some people argue that Stun Mastery isn’t that useful for third job, but I disagree. Any damage you can get will help you out immensely. It also depends where you train. Not everyone will train at Crimson Wood Keep, since not every version has it, so some people will need Stun Mastery to kill off enemies faster. Then, you will get Energy Charge and Energy Buster. This will help you train a lot faster. Any mob techniques will speed up your training. Also, since you’re most likely going to train in a crowded area, Energy Charge will be charged very quick. Also, get Energy Drain for the ability to attack very fast and regenerate your HP very fast without using Mana or potions. After Energy Charge is maxed, finish off Energy Buster and Energy Drain. Then, once those are maxed, max out Shockwave and Transform. Shockwave is more important than Transform, so getting Transform to level 1 and then working on Shockwave would be a good idea, but go ahead and max out Transform with Shockwave for faster cooldown times.

Energy Build #2 (Max Energy Drain)
Level 70: +1 Energy Charge
Level 71: +3 Energy Charge
Level 72: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Drain
Level 73: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 74: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 75: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 76: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 77: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 78: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 79: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 80: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 81: +2 Energy Blast, +1 Energy Charge
Level 82: +1 Energy Blast (21), +2 Energy Charge
Level 83: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 84: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 85: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 86: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 87: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 88: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 89: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 90: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 91: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 92: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 93: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 94: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 95: +1 Energy Charge (Max), +2 Stun Mastery
Level 96: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Energy Drain
Level 97: +2 Stun Mastery, +1 Energy Drain
Level 98: +2 Stun Mastery (Max), +1 Energy Drain
Level 99: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 100: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 101: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 102: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 103: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 104: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 105: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 106: +2 Energy Drain (Max), +1 Energy Blast
Level 107: +1 Energy Blast (Max), +1 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 108: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 109: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 110: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 111: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 112: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 113: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 114: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 115: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 116: +2 Transform, +1 Shockwave
Level 117: +1 Transform (Max), +2 Shockwave
Level 118: +3 Shockwave
Level 119: +3 Shockwave
Level 120: +3 Shockwave (21)

Review:
Max Stun Mastery
Max Energy Charge
Max Energy Buster
Max Transformation
21 Shockwave
Max Energy Drain

Reasons for this build:
Well, there have been many disputes over whether or not Stun Mastery was good to start out with first, so I’ve made a build that starts it later on. Anyways, get four points into Energy Charge to get the +11 weapon attack. Then, get Energy Blast to level 21 (four targets) and then continue to max Energy Charge. While maxing Energy Charge, go ahead and pump points into Stun Mastery, since it’ll start to become a bit handy. Then, work on Energy Drain, since that’ll help you save a lot of potions, as you’ll begin to face enemies that deal a large amount of damage to you per hit. As you’re putting points into Energy Drain, go ahead and finish off Energy Blast. Finally, work on Transform and Shockwave to finish off your build. I’ve decided to go ahead and put it as two into Transfrom and one into Shockwave every level to speed up the cool down time of Transform.

Energy Build #3 (Max Shockwave, Stun Mastery Later)

Level 70: +1 Energy Charge
Level 71: +3 Energy Charge
Level 72: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 73: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 74: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 75: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 76: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 77: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 78: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 79: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 80: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 81: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 82: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 83: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 84: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 85: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 86: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 87: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 88: +2 Energy Charge, +1 Energy Blast
Level 89: +2 Energy Charge (MAX), +1 Energy Blast
Level 90: +3 Energy Blast (21)
Level 91: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 92: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 93: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 94: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 95: +2 Energy Drain, +1 Energy Blast
Level 96: +1 Energy Drain (11), +2 Energy Blast
Level 97: +1 Transform, +2 Shockwave
Level 98: +2 Shockwave, +1 Energy Blast
Level 99: +2 Shockwave, +1 Energy Blast (MAX)
Level 100: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 101: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 102: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 103: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 104: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 105: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 106: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 107: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 108: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 109: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 110: +2 Shockwave, +1 Transform
Level 111: +2 Shockwave (Max), +1 Transform
Level 112: +2 Transform, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 113: +2 Transform, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 114: +2 Transform, +1 Stun Mastery
Level 115: +1 Transform (Max), +2 Stun Mastery
Level 116: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 117: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 118: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 119: +3 Stun Mastery
Level 120: +3 Stun Mastery (Max)

Review:
Max Stun Mastery
Max Energy Charge
Max Energy Buster
Max Transformation
Max Shockwave
11 Energy Drain

Reasons for this build:

Ever since the new skill updates arrived, going with Energy Charge and the other Energy skills is a priority. With the new ability to spam Energy Blast, it’ll be much easier to take down your enemies with an Energy build than any other builds. Work on maxing out Energy Charge and add in some Energy Blast along with it so you can kill your enemies while also getting a +20 weapon attack boost. Once you’ve max Energy Charge, put some points into Energy Drain so you can start leeching HP from monsters as you take damage yourself, thus saving up on HP potions and saving money. 11 points into Drain is efficient enough for training. It gets the job done and still saves plenty of potions and money. Anything more is just extra attack, which you don’t really need. In the late 90s and early 100s, you’ll begin training at Himes and maps similar to it. Go ahead and start working on Shockwave and Transform, as they’ll help you out greatly at those maps, since Shockwave has high attack and can hit 6 enemies in its path. Be careful, though! Shockwave doesn’t have invulnerability frames, so you’ll be taking damage! Once Shockwave and Transform are maxed, finish off your build by maxing Stun Mastery as you finish off your Third Job leveling and head into Fourth Job.

Fourth Job Build :

This builld was definitely difficult to make. There are so many factors you have to throw in when writing the guide. In fact,  I’m not even sure if this is best for GMS.

Level 120: +1 Barrage, +1 Speed Infusion, +1 Dragon Strike
Level 121: +1 Time Leap, +2 Speed Infusion
Level 122: +3 Speed Infusion
Level 123: +3 Speed Infusion
Level 124: +2 Speed Infusion (11), +1 Dragon Strike
Level 125: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage
Level 126: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage
Level 127: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage
Level 128: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage
Level 129: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage
Level 130: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage
Level 131: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage
Level 132: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage
Level 133: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Barrage (10)
Level 134: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Super Transformation
Level 135: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Super Transformation
Level 136: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Super Transformation
Level 137: +2 Dragon Strike, +1 Super Transformation
Level 138: +2 Dragon Strike (Max), +1 Super Transformation
Level 139: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 140: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 141: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 142: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 143: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 144: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 145: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 146: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 147: +2 Barrage, +1 Super Transformation
Level 148: +2 Barrage (Max), +1 Super Transformation (15)
Level 149: +1 Super Transformation, +1 Demolition, +1 Snatch
Level 150: +1 Super Transformation, +2 Demolition
Level 151: +1 Super Transformation, +2 Demolition
Level 152: +1 Super Transformation, +2 Demolition
Level 153: +1 Super Transformation (Max), +2 Demolition
Level 154: +3 Demolition
Level 155: +3 Demolition
Level 156: +3 Demolition
Level 157: +3 Demolition
Level 158: +3 Demolition
Level 159: +3 Demolition
Level 160: +3 Demolition (Max)
Level 161: +1 Snatch, +2 Maple Hero
Level 162: +1 Snatch, +2 Maple Hero
Level 163: +1 Snatch, +2 Maple Hero
Level 164: +1 Snatch, +2 Maple Hero
Level 165: +1 Snatch, +2 Maple Hero (10)
Level 166: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 167: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 168: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 169: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 170: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 171: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 172: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 173: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 174: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 175: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 176: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 177: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 178: +1 Snatch, +2 Energy Orb
Level 179: +1 Snatch (Max), +2 Energy Orb
Level 180: +2 Energy Orb (Max), +1 Maple Hero
Level 181: +3 Maple Hero
Level 182: +3 Maple Hero
Level 183: +3 Maple Hero (Max)
Level 184: +3 Time Leap
Level 185: +3 Time Leap
Level 186: +3 Time Leap
Level 187: +3 Time Leap
Level 188: +3 Time Leap
Level 189: +3 Time Leap
Level 190: +3 Time Leap (22)
Level 191: +3 Time Leap
Level 192: +3 Time Leap
Level 193: +2 Time Leap, +1 Speed Infusion
Level 194: +3 Speed Infusion
Level 195: +3 Speed Infusion
Level 196: +2 Speed Infusion (Max), +1 Energy Drain
Level 197: +3 Energy Drain
Level 198: +3 Energy Drain
Levle 199: +2 Energy Drain (Max), +1 Double Fire
Level 200: +3 Double Fire

Reasons for this build

OK! At level 120, you recieve three skill points from your job instructors. Apply them to Dragon Strike, Rapid Barrage, and Speed Infusion. Dragon Strike and Barrage are our main attacks as a regular Mapler (non-Transformationed). Speed Infusion is needed to speed up training and bossing, so get that to level 11 first (no need to go any higher, since all it does at level 12 and higher is add more time to the skill). At level 121, however, you want to add one point to Time Leap, so you can cancel out Ressurrection cool down times. Once you have Speed Infusion at level 11, you want to max Dragon Strike first (for reasons any Mapler should know). While you’re maxing Dragon Strike, it’s a good idea to work on Rapid Barrage, since that’ll also be your main single target skill. Once you have max out Dragon Strike, it’s a good idea to start working on Super Transformation. However, I wouldn’t advise getting Demolition and Snatch until later on, since Super Transformation isn’t as useful when it takes 10 minutes to cool down, so you want to max it out as soon as possible so you can start working on your attachment skills. Once you’ve max out Barrage, start adding points to Snatch and Demolition, since at this point the cool down time for Super Transformation is low enough to work around. Once you’ve maxed Demolition, work on getting Snatch and Energ Orb. Energy Orb is a very good mobbing skill outside of your Transformationed state (also useable while Transformationed), so you want to get that maxed. Once you’ve gotten Energy Orb maxed, continue to max out Maple Hero, since by that level, you should be able to get Maple Hero 20. Once you’ve maxed all of those skills, work on Time Leap to lower the cooldowns for it and then proceed to work on Speed Infusion and the other skills you don’t have maxed. Note : This is just a blueprint of a fourth job build. You can do what ever you want.

Training Locations


Level 10 – 20-

-Pig Beach
-Pig Minidungeon
-Slime Tree
-Green Mushrooms
-Horny Mushrooms

Level 20 – 30
-Green Mushrooms
-Horny Mushrooms
-Wild Boars
-Zombie Mushrooms
-Evil Eyes
-Ninjas (下忍)

Level 30 – 40
-Ninjas (下忍)
-Fire Boars
-Trojan Horses (Secret Factory)
-Block Gollems
-Iron Mutaes

Level 40 – 50

-Iron Mutaes
-Roids
-Block Gollems

Level 50 – 80

-Roids
-Neohyu(?) Roids
-Gollem Minidungeon
-Forest of Gollem

Level 80 – 100
-Ghost Pirates
-Dual Ghost Pirates
-Birks
-Dual Birks
-Spirit Vikings
-Squids (With a party)
-Gobies (With a party)
-Himes (With a party)

Level 100 – 120
-Squids
-Gobies
-Himes (With a party)
-Newties (With a party [Not recommended until level 105+])

Categories: JapanMS Related Stuff
  1. BAM
    March 12, 2009 at 12:57 AM

    Too much English words!! awwwww
    can’t read that but you are cute><!

    JK ┌(。Д。)┐

    • shikage08
      May 4, 2009 at 9:49 AM

      可愛くないよ ヽ(`д´)ノ  

      このガイドを日本語で書くかもしれない。ww

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