Flyff Leveling Guide
A brief level 1-90 guide on how to level and job change on the game Flyff. This guide does not go over quests or builds.
This is just a reminder:
This guide might be inaccurate, Since I do not know what equips you are using, you could have been killing these mobs when you were a lot lower. I tried to base this guide as best as I could off of using NPC sets.
When leveling in Flyff, you need to know what to level on.
Say, you are level 11 and you cannot decide what to train on, whether you should kill Lawolfs, Grownup Lawolfs, or even PukePukes! My guide will take you through the steps, and strategies on what to kill to level up faster.
Before we get started, for the many people that have made Flyff leveling guides, MOST, if not all of them are based around having an assist, Billposter, or Ringmaster buffing and healing them. I understand that most new people do not know what buffs are.
Buffs – Fighting enhancements, help in combat by improving performance.
Buffs are very useful, once you have reached about level 20, you might want a healer and buffer, it’s hard to find people willing to buff and heal you that are higher level than you. Since you are level 20, assists your level are just now getting their buffs. Most assists don’t max the essential buffs that most people need.
Buffs you will need if you are an assist:
Haste – Increases attack speed, when maxed, attack speed is +25%
Heap Up – Increases Stamina. When maxed, STA level is +40
Cannon Ball – This buff is optional, rangers love this buff and Max Quickstep. It gives +20 DEX when maxed.
Beef Up – Increases Strength level by 20 when maxed.
Resurrection – Billposters (Fighting assist class,) Some have it, some don’t. If your partner dies, you can resurrect them from the dead and save them time from having to come back to you.
Those are the basic buffs that assists need. Some require you to be up to level 30 to use, but don’t worry. It’s not that hard to get there.
Class: Vagrant, level 1-10
On this level you are new to the game and do not know what to expect. Well I am here to tell you so that you do! At level 1-10 you kill the same level as you. Many players will try to say that you need to train on level 3-4’s but if you do, you will die almost instantly from the lack of start off food. The items that you start off with are a partial cotton set (Hat missing) of clothing, a wooden sword, 1 biscuit, 3 lollipops, and something else that I might have forgotten.