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  1. Hello fellow shinobi, as you may already know getting Ryo (game's currency) is difficult in early lvls. whether you need tools, weapons, blank scrolls or blood & chakra pills getting ryo is a must. But the drops don't sell for that much, missions don't pay enough and the grind is endless. Well rejoice cause I've found you a few tips that can help you gather a decent sum easily. keep in mind this is a guide for low lvl (<20). I - selling Honey ! Costs : 2 honey comb / Sells : 10ryo That's right selling honey can get u a small profit if done right! so to start selling Honey, you'll need to get your hands on Honey combs "sells for 3ryo each" , and to do so u either fight the scary Hornets & Bees (higher lvl than u and hit like a truck, you're welcome to kite them) but their drop chance is low. However there's the Bee Hives : doesn't hit back & guaranteed drop :!! Locations : you can find Hornets, Bees & Bee hives near Tanzaku Quarters, and past the Bounty Station near Takumi. After you get a fair sum of honey combs "make sure its an even number", head into Tanzaku Quarters in the Land of fire, and look for Ayako the bee keeper. This NPC will become your new friend, he can trade you 1 pot of Honey for each Honey comb, which u can sell for 10ryo at any shop (or for more to other player) making 4 extra ryo on each 2 combs. II - selling Antidote ! Costs : 4 dried herb / Sells : 18ryo Gotta be sneeky since this one is a bit risky if you're not from the sand village. To get an antidote first you need to gather loads of "dried herbs". you get those from Ripe herbs. sells: 5 ryo this little fella is the Ripe herb you'll be looking for! Locations : all around sand / desert territory land of wind. After you get a fair sum of dried herbs "make sure its an even number", head into Sand village in the Land of wind, and look for the antidote maker. This NPC can trade you 1 poison Antidote for each 4 dried herbs , which u can sell for 18ryo at any shop (or for more to other player) this one makes less selling to npc shop, but more to other players. III - selling Bandages ! Costs : 3 fresh fiber / Sells : 15ryo Gotta be very careful since this one is risky if you're not from the mist village or get caught by Rogue ninja & Bears. To get a Bandage first you need to gather loads of "Fresh Fiber". you get those from Fiber plant. sells: 2 ryo this little fella is the Fiber plant you'll be looking for! Locations : all around the forests in Lands of fire & water. After you get a fair sum of fresh fiber, head into Mist village in the Land of water, and look for the bandages maker near the shop. This NPC can trade you 1 Bandage for each 3 fresh fibers , which u can sell for 15ryo at any shop (or for more to other player) making 9 extra ryo on each 3 fibers. IV - selling scrolls! sells for 200-300 to other players whether you're selling Blank scrolls (200-300ryo) , or Jutsu scrolls lvl1(200-400ryo i think ), you're making huge profit as a low lvl shinobi. Don't forget to keep some for yourself before your start selling. V - Fishing! This one a bit advanced since you'll need to invest a huge sum at first, fishing is the only proficiency currently available in game, that allow you obtain items & materials to sell for (ryo). To start fishing you'll need to buy a fishing rod, the cheapest one is 2k ryo ( the investment i mentioned), then look for a body of water near your village and start fishing (little fun and sometimes frustrating mini game XD). at first you'll be getting nothing much but some old boots (4 ryo), twigs(1ryo) and seaweed(2ryo). but as you lvl your fishing skill you'll be able to catch more rare and pricier fish, ranging from(6ryo to 60ryo per fish) a great way to spend your BI (8 min battle injury) and earn some ryo. VI - Selling kills i know its not the best thing to do, but beggars can't be choosers, lots of shinobi out there are looking for blood, and some are willing to pay for it . whether you have a bounty on your head or not, your life has a price XD from what i've seen so far , many ninja (mostly rogues) have killing missions & bounty missions. they usually pay 100-200ryo for kill (without bounty), and much much more if you have a price on your head! keep in mind to get payed first, and be in a danger or war zone for the kill to count. Before i finish this guide, for those like me who can't find the fiber plants & ripe herbs, all you should do is look for these orange markers on your mini map. they make it 100 times easier to spot. These are some of the ways you can make decent ryo starting as a new player, wish i knew these when i first joined! hope this can be useful to someone out there. more than happy to know if there's other ways to earn ryo. and am sure the community will correct me if mentioned anything wrong here! Peace out
  2. hello everyone ! today i'd like to share with you the best zones for leveling as a new player, places to grind mobs safely and away from all those lurking around new player zones. These places are also great spots to upgrade your Jutsus. I've discovered these maps while wandering around out of cheer curiosity, and was surprised how empty they were and no one knew about them. (keep in mind these are all safe zones) so without further due let's get started!!! I - Leaf starting with leaf, a known hunting ground for new players, and the most targeted. just go ahead and open your map, should see these: At Leaf's village summit (the stairs near the academy) you'll find access to two maps filled with local mobs : larva, spider & wolfs. just head to the right of the temple and you'll find the road. just follow the stairs and go right from here ! you'll reach these two maps : mountain side & mountain peak II - Sand sand is pretty safe from what i've seen, since its always guarded with high lvl ninja. but they too have hidden zones, way behind their village , (south of the Kage's office). Opening your map you should look for these 3 zones. Sand village southern entrance, is the place you're looking for, its the head of the fork, leading to Crestfallen Tree & Howlling Canyon. These two map are also filled with local mobs: larva, scorpions & cayotes. III - Mist lastly we have mist , which they don't really need to worry about being attacked at early lvl thanks to their remote location. but just to be extra safe, you'll find a safe heaven to the right of the Kage's office. Opening your map you should look for these 3 zones: leaving the mist village through the eastern Entrance, the head of the fork again, leads to two zones Silky cater up north & the windy pond to the east. These two map are also filled with local mobs: larva , ants , dragonflies & foxes. Hope this guide is helpful, make sure to help all your fellow shinobi out there. be safe and happy gaming !
  3. Im new to the game and I was wondering if there was an ideal location to train as a low level (Currently 15) I've completed my daily missions and now i'm stuck being slapped by every monster! Im a Chakra Med if that helps/changes anything! Thanks, Traff [Im currently rouge as the video I was watching said the Daily Missions are alot better]
  4. So I just started playing the game at the request of Nik, who had joined my Shinobi Striker discord and recommended it. I made my ninja, joined the Leaf, played through the Academy section and am now at the "Reach Level 10" quest, in order to take the test to become a genin. I have some gripes with this section, though. Number 1, the Academy section works well, I think it gives a great overview of what's available in the game. However, releasing you into the village and telling you to hit Level 10 with no guidance(and no access to missions, besides the Hide and Seek quest in the park) really hinders the new experience. The best I can do is talk to the gate guard and ask him for good places to train, in which he tells me the training ground. When you arrive at the training ground there is nothing you can do there, the event interactable(Bell Test) doesn't even respond to my interactions and doesn't give me an error/fail message. I could go and kill some slugs slightly farther down the path, but that is painfully slow, too slow for such a low level. It took me to be informed by Nik that Spiders(and where to even find them) are a better farming alternative at this level range. It's well and good that veteran knowledge exists and helps, but for the low level experience(Especially at level 6) there needs to be more direction until players can accept actual missions to earn meaningful amounts of experience and learn more about the outside map. Number 2, The Exploration mission texts could use some correction or editing. There are 2 locations on the Konoha map which are completely unmarked, being the Swords Shop and the Temple. The Temple at least has *some* physical signage up its path in the corner of the map telling you where to go, but the swords shop has nothing. I wouldn't bring this up if the quests themselves didn't actively suggest that you use the map to find these places. Normally, I wouldn't mind looking around for places but the quest text made it confusing, leading me to believe it was supposed to be on the map while not actually being there, and while also not having any utilities like an NPC to point out locations in the village with descriptors. I'm quite patient when it comes to learning games with an interesting in-game lore and developers who do it for fun because it is such a unique experience. However I think if Nin-Online would like to retain a more active player base it should really try and make the New Player Experience more interesting and enticing for the player. I can say that it was simply not fun to realize that there was almost no utility to help me level up besides grinding low-exp yielding enemies outside the village before I can even take the test to become a genin. I want to be clear though, I'm not hating on the game at all, I wish it every success. It's just really hard to stay interested when the beginning of the game( the game itself, not the players) isn't welcoming to a starter ninja. If I had to give a suggestion as to what I would recommend to improve the experience(aside from improving the village map), I would personally recommend keeping the tutorial inside of the Academy building and adding an additional quest or two that had you put what you learned into practice, such as another room where you could use your academy shuriken, body flicker technique, and taijutsu to beat up a few clones as your small "ending" exam to become a genin, and maybe even a written exam(aka some simple but relevant multiple choice questions) with like 5-10 questions about masteries and what stats influence what. That way it helps reinforce the things you just learned. Right after being released, you could do the village exploration quests to see where everything is, which would land you at level 10 after you finish all of them. Then you could select your first mastery, and begin doing missions like normal and meeting other people. Personally, I think that would land you at a basic level of knowledge where you're not limited in what you can do and gives you the freedom to explore and find out what else is out there.
  5. The Suna Medical Corps would like to announce our first Lowbie Leveling Event. "The Beginners Fiasco!" This Saturday, June 18th between 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST, the Suna Med Corps will be assisting anyone wanting to make a new character in the Sand Village in leveling for as long as they would like during that period. If anyone is interested in making a Sand Village character, we hope you take advantage of this event and if it goes well, we would be happy to make it a continuous event! We hope to see you guys soon!
  6. Hello, Im new to Nin online and im having trouble picking a build. I was thinking going lighting and weapon mastery at first but now im not sure. I would want a pvp based build with at least weapon mastery or gentle fist.