- Agility: The main stat for this build. Scroll it, as it has low soft caps; if you can't scroll, then raise to 80 with points before working on Vitality.
- Vitality: The secondary stat of this build. Lasting longer is always good and although you will take more hits (As you won't take as much AP as Wisdom hybrids) you will last much longer. Scrolling to 101 is a good idea before you invest stat points.
- Chance: Whatever the way, raise it to 11 as it is a requirement for the all-important Blessdags you will be using. Better scroll it.
- Intelligence: Scroll it to 101 if you can, you don't need to raise it otherwise.
- Strength: You should try and scroll it if you can, as Strength is a requirement for using some high-level Daggers.
- Wisdom: Always useful for Xelors. Do not raise with stat points, but scrolling is recommended, of course.
With update 1.17, all Xelor spells except Rhol Bak have 10% probability to add 1 AP to the caster, this also applies when spells are cast on allies, eg. Counter and Blinding Protection.
The class spells available to members of the Xelor class are:
|Rhol Bak||Exchange for Doploons||Sends all non-summoned units back to their starting position.|
|Slow Down||1||Reduces AP of an enemy. Can only be cast once per player per turn. Can be cast a maximum of 4 times a turn.|
|Counter||1||Reflects damage against an enemy. Improved by the users wisdom.|
|Deals a moderate amount of fire-type damage.|
|Deals a moderate amount of air-type damage and reduces enemies AP.|
|Xelor's Sandglass||6|| |
| Deals low Fire-Type damage, reduces enemies AP and is linear. No line of sight needed.
|Dark Ray||9|| |
|Deals high fire-type damage, steals 1 range and is linear.|
|Teleportation||13||Allows the Xelor to teleport over a large range.|
|Deals High Air-Type damage and is linear.|
|Haziness||21||Reduces the AP of all players who are in the spell's AoE for a short time, AP loss is unavoidable.|
|Temporal Dust||26|| |
|Deals moderate Fire-Type in an AoE and reduces enemies AP.|
|Time Theft||31||Steals AP from a target.|
|Homing Hand||36|| |
Needle does Water damage
|Summons a Needle.|
|Temporal Paradox||42||Boosts the all the caster's and allies AP in its AoE for a few turns.|
|Flight||48||Allows the Xelor to move one square.|
|Loss of Motivation||54||Lowers the targets % AP Resistance.|
|Blinding Protection||60||Increases caster's % AP Resistance and reflects some damage.|
|Mummification||70||Changes skin, reduces damage taken, + % AP resistance, - MP and +Dmg to the caster.|
|Steals AP in addition to doing high water damage.|
|Xelor's Punch||90|| |
|Does a high amount of earth damage.|
|Xelor's Dial||100||Summons a static creature, which reduces AP resistance of opponent. With 8 AP it can also lower all of the enemy's team AP by 1 for 1 turn.|
|Summoning of Xelor Dopple||200||Summons a Xelor Dopple|
Spells to level up are:
|raise to 5- Its a good spell to use if not in range to use daggers with the same AP cost also very good to use until level 46|
|Teleportation||13||raise to 5- A must have spell when you get good hitting daggers at level 46|
|Dagger Skill||N/A||Good with dagger of course|
|Temporal Paradox||42||Save points till level 42 and max this out it is amazing with 7 base ap and this you get a nice 3x dagger hits a turn or 3 shrivelings|
|Moon Hammer||N/A||High damage potential at level 5, and at range. Try to get it as soon as you can|
|Slow Down||1||Great spell to max out|
after this max what you feel and have fun with this setup.
- Lv. 1-28: Get a Young Adventurer Set (preferably Agility-maged), an Arachnoring and an Agility Bow Meow or Air Bwak.
- Lv. 29-35: Get hold of a Ha Hammer or Air maged Bashers.
- Lv. 36-52: Find a near-perfect Eachure Hat and a Mad Tofu Cloak with +1MP. Wear a pair of Croboots or Winged Boots. If you can, use some Air maged Elorie Entuwan's Cruel Daggers, or stick with your Ha Hammer. Another option would be to snag a pair of Otof'Mai'We Daggers for 5MP, very useful while fighting Lousy Pigs.
- Lv. 57+: Start getting yourself a perfect CH Aerdala Set (except for the hat and cloak). Use a Ring Dikuloos until you can wear an Aerdala Wedding Ring, or just keep using the Dikuloos for its high Initiative bonuses. Complete your set with a +4 CH White Scararing. Use a Yellow Turtle Belt (or a Chafeerce Belt if you can't get the +4 White Scararing). Wear the pieces as soon as you get the level.
- Lv. 64: Air maged Blessdags are a NECESSITY at this point, as they will carry most of your damage. You have broken away from the run-of-the-mill Agility Xelor! Be proud! Use an Ebony Dragoturkey instead of a pet, for the +50 Vitality, and wear some perfect Crit (+10) Rags for 1/2 CH on the Blessys.
- Lv. 70: Get an Aerdala Belt. Right about now would be the best time to PvP.
- Lv. 79: King Jellix's Crown. Perfect Crits on the Crown (+6) will allow you to wear the Aerdala Wedding Ring AND Ring Dikuloos, maintaining 1/2 Crits and massive Initiative/Agility/Vitality.
- At this point, you may decide where you will go with your character. For Agility/AP rape, use the Legendary Crackler Set. For tanking and PvP, use the Royal Coco Blop Set. For massive amounts of damage and mobility, stick with your Aerdala Pieces and the Jellix Crown.
- Lv. 98-107: Black Rat Set, you must have perfect (+16 with set bonus) Critical Hits on it. Use your old Rags instead of the cloak and a perfect Critical Hits Dragon Pig Ring. With this powerful equipment combo, you will have 1/2 on the Black Rat Daggers, a ton of Agility, and enough Vitality to tank.
A note: Getting the exact amount of + Crit bonuses as has been mentioned is essential to the survival of the build. 1/3 just isn't enough.
After this point, you have learned enough about yourself to format your Xelor according to your fighting style and damage preferences. Be creative!
Leveling Guide Edit
- Lv. 37-59: This will be about the most boring time of your character's life. Get a nice Prespic Set or custom Wisdom/Vitality set and keep fighting Mushden, or pay a visit to the Bonta Rats. Running the Royal Gobball's Court with a small group is also a fast level. If you have really nice Vitality on your equips, you could also fight Lousy Pigs (you must have 4 MP, and 8 AP with Temporal Paradox.
- Lv. 60-107: Your life starts here! Put on the said equips and those gorgeous, perfectly maged Blessdags, and go PvP like crazy! This is the point where I ranked the fastest, and I made decent money off of the Target Quests offered in Bonta's Militia. For those who don't wish to take the risks of PvP, you may farm the Royal Gobball's Court solo or run the Blop Fields with friends.
- Lv. 108+: At this point, you will get most of your experience from solo Gobball Dungeon runs and Kanis/boowolfs. Get creative, organize a hunt, solo Moon mobs in full wis... The choice is up to you!
Battle Tactics Edit
Every warrior has a favorite set of moves for efficient obliteration. Here is one.
Typical battle sequence starts with picking the spot closest to the enemy (unless said enemy is a Sram or Sacrier with an unreal amount of life). Try to stack up on Initiative so you can do the following (in order):
- Temporal Paradox
- Dagger Skill
- Move in and attack (if you have 3 AP and enough MP to reach the enemy)
- Loss of Motivation + Slow Down or Counter, then move in.
- Just keep bashing away with those daggers.
- If you have less than 9 AP, then 2x daggers + LoM/SD
With monsters, you have more time to buff yourself up before the major assault.
- For easy mobs (Gobballs, Treechnids, etc.), Devo then Tesseract to the mob and bash away.
- For harder mobs (Dreggons, etc.) Devo + Shrivel at a distance.
- Keep bashing away. When you Devo runs out, renew it and repeat. It's that simple =D