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    Ran Online Walkthrough

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    Ran Online Walkthrough

    Post by [GM]Aphrodite on Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:18 am

    COMMON COURTESY

    1. Don't Kill steal other's mobs
    2. Try not to let anyone in the party die,
    especially the healer
    3. Don't deliberately try to scam someone
    4. If someone drops a item, return it to them
    5. Try to use proper grammar and spelling at all
    times, i.e. dunt talk lyke dis
    6. Don't ask for dropped items in a By sequence
    party. If it is offered for sale/gift, then by all
    means go ahead, but do try to keep it in private
    message. Some people may not like it. The market is
    there for a reason. If you want the items for
    yourself, don't party. If you can't have your
    'stolen' item(s), do NOT announce throughout the
    server and get people zp-ed for no reason.


    NAVIGATING RAN ONLINE

    1. The scroll wheel zooms in and out of the screen.
    2. Holding scroll wheel while moving it around will
    change the camera angle.
    3. Ctrl + click on a monster will continue to use
    normal attacks on it until it dies.
    4. Right clicking on a monster will use the current
    skill.
    5. There's also some options that will let you bring
    out a mini hp gauge below your character for
    convenience and an option to auto attack.
    6. Pressing ctrl will reveal all player names.


    COMMUNICATION

    - add $ before your message to broadcast to everyone
    - add # before your message to broadcast to your
    party members
    - add % before your message to broadcast to your
    guild members
    - add @ and the person you wish to private message
    to whisper to that person


    Now, let's start with the basics; character stats.
    Pressing 'c' activates this screen.

    Character Stats Screen

    Int - This stat is SPI, which is required to raise
    INT tree skills. For example, if a skill requires
    54SPI, then you need 54INT. It raises magic damage!
    For a QIGONG that is not POW, you just raise this
    stat only because it will help you to learn skills
    faster and make your damage high.

    POW - This stat is POW, which is required for POW
    tree skills. It raises damage and some HP.

    DEX - This stat is required for DEX tree skills. It
    slightly increases bow damage, avoid, and some DEF.

    VIT - This stat adds HP.

    STM - This stat adds stamina.

    Generally, you don't need to add to VIT/STM because
    they are not needed to equip equipment or learn
    skills.


    Different Classes

    There are 4 different classes in this game. Knight,
    Fighter, Archer, and QiGong. I will do a brief
    rundown of the main characteristics of these
    classes.

    ~~~~~Knight~~~~~~
    He uses a sword and does most of his damage close
    range. He has quite good defense and high hp. He is
    often the tank of the team and does high area
    damage.

    ~~~~~Fighter~~~~~~~~
    He uses His fists to deal damage. His punches do
    low damage but he attacks extremely fast. His
    skills are powerful as well. He is often the tank
    of the team and does high area damage.

    ~~~~~Archer~~~~~~~~
    Archers deal damage from afar and have many skills
    that do high single target damage as well as some
    big AOE effect skills. They usually have quite low
    defense but high avoid rate. They're usually at the
    back of the team picking off weak targets.

    ~~~~~QiGong~~~~~~~~
    They're primary magic users. The SPI types deal
    massive AOE damage with deadly status effects. The
    support QGs utilizes many healing skills and buffs.
    The POW QGs deal high damage at the cost of low
    def.

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