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Gear Progression Guide 2020: Part 1 - Roles, Builds, and Gears

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:white_check_mark: Builds Mention in The Video :white_check_mark:
➤ Druid, Crusader, and Exorcist:
➤ Doppler, Barbarian, Blossom Blader:
➤ Pyromancer, Elementalist, and Taoist:
➤ Bullet Marker, Linker, and Corasir:
➤ Ranger, Fletcher, and Mergen:
:white_check_mark: Support/Healer Builds :white_check_mark:
➤ Priest, Druid, and Dievdirbys:
➤ Priest, Oracle, and Dievdirbys:
:white_check_mark: Buff/Debuff Builds :white_check_mark:
➤ Thauma, Corsair, and Enchanter:
➤ Appraiser, Falconer, and Hunter:
➤ Cryomancer, Onmyoji, and Psychokino:
:white_check_mark: Sliver Farming Builds :white_check_mark:
➤ SchwarzerReiter, Enchanter, and Thaumaturge:
➤ Zealot, Plague Doctor, and Dievdirbys:
➤ Pyromancer, Omiyoji and Chromomancer for Wizard:
:white_check_mark: Tree of Savior Systems/Contents/Areas :white_check_mark:
➤ Hunting Ground:
➤ Transcendence:
➤ Instanced Dungeon:
➤ Unique Raid Dungeon:
➤ Challenge Mode:
➤ Legend Raid:
:white_check_mark: Video Timestamp :white_check_mark:
➤ 0:00 - 0:39 | Introduction
➤ 0:40 - 1:18 | DPS Role
➤ 1:19 - 2:45 | Support Role
➤ 2:46 - 3:42 | Farmer Role
➤ 3:43 - 6:57 | Early Game Progression Break-down
➤ 6:59 - 8:09 | Mid Game Progression Break-down
➤ 8:10 - 11:58 | Late Game Progression Break-down

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Savinose gear is mid game, not late game equipment, and gems on late game equipment aside of weapon & sub-weapon should always be skill gems since they are much more useful in general than normal stat boost gems;
the lvl 430 random stat ichors provide just so many more points on main and sub stats.

What you should put into your next video is how to earn attribute points to boost your attributes, because even if you put all attributes only at level 50, you will still lack a lot of them if you don’t do the main quest (this should have been mandatory for your guide so players level while questing and not via grinding monsters, which is inefficient), and the only way to get them aside of earning them via weekly/daily content/events is to buy them for 1000 silver each (which is ridiculously expensive).

Questing also allows you to provide help to side characters you might want to level at some point, since map exploration provides EXP cards for every character on the team via Wings of Vaivora, so while you quest you are also prone to explore maps on the way.

Another reason why to quest is that you gain most of your silver in the early game through quests, so there is no reason not to quest as a beginner. If you only hunt monsters, you will not have much silver and you will miss a lot of extra stat points,titles,map explorations and warp points.