The sections of this article detail various formulas and tables within the game.

Please keep the following in mind when calculating:

• Any decimal that appears at the end of the formula's output is truncated, not rounded (i.e. 96.12 and 96.736 Damage dealt will both be effectively 96). This is important when weighing WA versus Stats. This does not apply to defense damage percentage reduction rate and dodge chance.
• Mastery is a decimal. If you do not have any mastery skill, use your initial mastery. If you have a mastery skill, input it as a decimal and add it up with your initial mastery (such as "0.3").

Damage

Damage is made up of various components.

Basic Raw Stats

• Total Weapon Attack (ATT or Weapon ATT): ${\displaystyle ATT\times (1+ATT\%/100)}$
• Total Magic Attack (Magic ATT): ${\displaystyle MagicATT\times (1+MagicATT\%/100)}$
• Total STR: ${\displaystyle [([BaseSTR\times (1+MW\%)]+BonusSTR)\times (1+STR\%+AllStat\%)+FinalSTR]}$
• Total DEX: ${\displaystyle [([BaseDEX\times (1+MW\%)]+BonusDEX)\times (1+DEX\%+AllStat\%)+FinalDEX]}$
• Total INT: ${\displaystyle [([BaseINT\times (1+MW\%)]+BonusINT)\times (1+INT\%+AllStat\%)+FinalINT]}$
• Total LUK: ${\displaystyle [([BaseLUK\times (1+MW\%)]+BonusLUK)\times (1+LUK\%+AllStat\%)+FinalLUK]}$
• Demon Avenger Total HP: ${\displaystyle (BaseHP+BonusHP-EquipHP/2)\times (1+HP\%)+ArcaneHP}$, where Bonus HP takes in the full HP value in equipments (exclude Arcane Symbols)
• Maximum displayed damage range: 99,999,999 ~ 99,999,999
• Total Final Damage %: 100×[(1+Final%1)×(1+Final%2)×...]-100
• Weapon Multipliers
 One-handed Sword 1.2 1.34 1.2 1.34 1.2 1.34 1.49 1.49 1 1
 Wand (Explorers) 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.35 1.75 1.3 1.5 1.7 1.3 1.3
Whip blade/Energy sword 1.125 1.30 1.20 1.80 1.70 1.25 1.35 1.34 1.49 1.3 ?

For the job "Hero", Weapon Multiplier +0.1

• Mastery
• Physical melee: ${\displaystyle 20\%+SkillMastery}$
• Physical ranged: ${\displaystyle 15\%+SkillMastery}$
• Magic: ${\displaystyle 25\%+SkillMastery}$

Mastery is capped at 99%.

The following skills provide mastery for the following jobs:

• Zero
• Broad Sword Mastery (+70% at Skill Level 29/30)
• Long Sword Mastery (+70% at Skill Level 29/30)
• Hayato
• Beginner Skill (+75%)
• Kanna
• Beginner Skill (+25%)
• 4th job Fan Expert (+15% at Skill Level 29/30)
• Evan
• 2nd Job Spell Mastery (+50% at Skill Level 10)
• 4th Job Magic Mastery (+20% at Skill Level 20)
• Blaze Wizard
• 2nd Job Spell Mastery (+50% at Skill Level 10)
• 4th Job Pure Magic (+20% at Skill Level 15)
• Kinesis
• 2nd Job Mastery Skill (+50% at Skill Level 10)
• 4th Job Mastery Skill (+20% at Skill Level 10)
• 4th Job Critical Rush Skill (+1% every 30 to 49 Combo Kill)

The following skills provide mastery for other jobs:

• All 2nd job Weapon Mastery (+50% at Skill Level 10)
• All 4th job Weapon Expert (+20% at Skill Level 29/30)
Notes
• If you have ATT % or Magic ATT %, the total amount of ATT or Magic ATT is rounded down immediately after applying the total percentage boost. Percentages apply to the formula as decimals.
• All Stats % exclude the All Stats % from the skill Maple Warrior since the boost from this skill is already applied as MW%. However it is applied to the stat increase due to Maple Warrior.
• Stats are rounded down each time after applying the percentage increases.
• Final Stat sources: Abilities, Certain Individual Character Cards, Hyper Stats and Arcane Symbols. Other sources are counted as Bonus.
• Final Damage % is non exhaustive.

Derived Values

• Stat Value (Except Demon Avenger) : ${\displaystyle PrimaryStat\times 4+SecondaryStat}$
• Stat Value (Demon Avenger) : ${\displaystyle 4\times RoundDown(BaseMaxHP/14)+4\times RoundDown(OtherMaxHP/17.5)+STR}$
• Base Max HP is the Pure Base HP and Washed HP (AP added into HP), before any % are applied and HP from other sources.
• Other Max HP is the full value of your Maximum HP before it is limited to 500,000, excluding Base Max HP.
• In other words, it means that your Base Pure HP and Washed HP (AP added into HP) worth 25% more than HP from other sources. However the 2 groups are rounded down individually before summed up (which means that a difference of 1 HP may not change your damage range at all and the remainder of the 2 groups do not add up together)
• Primary and Secondary Stats
Class Primary Stat Secondary Stat
Warrior (Except Demon Avenger) STR DEX
Magician INT LUK
Bowman DEX STR
Thief (Except Shadowers and Xenon) LUK DEX
Pirate (Gunslinger, Angelic Buster, Except Xenon) DEX STR
Pirate (Brawler, Cannoner, Except Xenon) STR DEX
Demon Avenger HP STR
Xenon STR+DEX+LUK N/A
• Actual Damage Range (Maximum): ${\displaystyle Round(Multiplier\times StatValue\times TotalATT/100)\times (1+Final\%)}$, rounded off
• Actual Damage Range (Minimum): ${\displaystyle Up[Round(Multiplier\times StatValue\times TotalATT/100)\times Mastery\%]\times (1+Final\%)}$, rounded off
• Shown Damage Range (Maximum): ${\displaystyle Down[Round(Multiplier\times StatValue\times TotalATT/100)\times (1+Damage\%)]\times (1+Final\%)+FDB}$, rounded off
• Shown Damage Range (Minimum): ${\displaystyle Down|Up[Round(Multiplier\times StatValue\times TotalATT/100)\times (1+Damage\%)]\times Mastery\%|\times (1+Final\%)+FDB}$, rounded off

Up: Round up, Down: round down, round: round off, FDB: Final Damage Boost (from character cards and inner ability)

Note
• For magicians, Total Magic Attack will be used for Total ATT for magic skill damages (however for normal attack, Weapon Attack is used instead). For other jobs, Total Weapon Attack will be used for Total ATT.
• ATT and Magic ATT is rounded down before being formulated into the damage range after applying ATT% or Magic ATT %.
• All percentages are treated as decimals.
• Final Damage Boosts are the ones from Inner Ability Damage Conversion and Character Card Bonus Damage only, not the final damage from skills.
• Final Damage % from skills are classified under Final %.
• When damage is calculated against Boss Monsters, the actual damage range is used instead and Total Damage and Damage towards Boss Monster bonus multipliers are formulated additively.
• When Ultimatum Ring Buff is active, Actual Damage Range (Maximum) before Final Damage % will be set to 2,000,000.
• The Maximum Actual Damage in the formulas refers to the rounded off value of the Actual Damage (Maximum), not the full or rounded down value. However for Minimum Actual Damage, the full value is used instead.
• For Hayato job, Shimada's Heart skill boost is final damage % at the rate of 1 DEF = +0.005% final damage (not displayed in final%, displayed only for maximum damage range but minimum damage range is still 95% of the displayed maximum for output).

Output

Legend
• AD = Actual Damage Range (A random number within the Actual Damage Range, can go beyond 99,999,999 if possible)
• TD% = Total Damage %
• BD% = Damage towards Boss monsters %, or colloquially Boss Damage %
• Final% = Total Final Damage %
• CD% = Critical Damage % (A random number wihin the Critical Damage % Range only for Critical Hits, if the hit is not critical this is set as 0. Damage Over Time and Summons cannot be critical)
• FDB = Final Damage Boost (Character Cards and Inner Ability)
• MD% = Monster DEF %
• ID% = Ignore DEF % (The full multiplicative value is used)
• MR = Monster Elemental Resistance
• IR% = Ignore Elemental Resistance % (Additive with each other)
Notes
• Skills that increases damage additively (denoted as +% or +%p/percentage points), are added to the Skill % additively.
• Skills that increases damage multiplicatively are treated as Total Damage % and will add to TD% (including Hyper Reinforce Skills except Damage Over Time Hypers and Splitter Hypers).
• Skills that increases damage multiplicatively and are multiplied last are treated as Final Damage % and will add towards Final %. It will increase the regular damage (before FDB) by the stated percentage. Multiple Final % sources are stacked multiplicatively with each other.
• Final Damage Boost refers to effects that add a small amount to the actual damage dealt (Example: 3 Warrior/Magician cards Deck effect, DEF to Damage Conversion Inner Abilities, Paladin and Ice/Lightning Mage and Thunder Breaker and Blaze Wizard and Buccaneer card effect). These effects are applied after Final %.
• All % in the above formulas are written in terms of decimals and are formulated into a numerical boost before rounded down. Multiple sources that provides the same boost are additive to each other (except for Final Damage %, which stacks multiplicatively).

Active Skills

Skills include: Character summons (except Soul Weapon Summons), installed skills, attack skills.

• Actual Skill Damage (on normal monsters): ${\displaystyle [AD\times Skill\%\times (1+TD\%)\times (1+CD\%)]\times (1-[MD\%\times (1-ID\%)])\times (1+[MR\times (1-IR\%)])+FDB}$
• Actual Skill Damage (on boss monsters): ${\displaystyle [AD\times Skill\%\times (1+TD\%+BD\%)\times (1+CD\%)]\times (1-[MD\%\times (1-ID\%)])\times (1+[MR\times (1-IR\%)])+FDB}$

Damage Over Time

Damage dealt is the same for normal and boss monsters, it is subjected to magic damage nullification, elemental resistance and force map penalty (due to insufficient Force) but is not subjected to mastery and DEF. It cannot be critical and not affected by Damage %, Damage towards Boss monsters % and Final Damage. Damage over time Hyper Reinforce is final damage multiplier.

• Damage Over Time: ${\displaystyle ADmax\times Skill\%\times (1+[MR\times (1-IR\%)])}$

Note:

• Force difference is counted as a negative final damage boost if you have insufficient Force.
• ADmax is the Maximum Value of your Actual Damage Range (at 0% final damage)

Soul Weapon Summons

Damage dealt is the same for normal and boss monsters, it cannot be critical and not affected by Damage %, Damage towards Boss monsters % and final damage % but is affected by final damage boost.

• Soul Weapon Summon Damage: ${\displaystyle AD/(1+Final\%)\times Skill\%\times (1-[MD\%\times (1-ID\%)])\times (1+[MR\times (1-IR\%)])+FDB}$

Level Difference Final Damage Multiplier

Non-Reboot Worlds

• 0 or more levels above monster level: +10%, followed by +2% per level above, max +20% total
• 1 to 4 levels below monster level: +10%, followed by -5% per level below, up till -20% (final damage -10%)
• 5 or more levels below monster level: -10%, followed by -2.5% per level below (-100% total at 40 levels)
Your level minus Monster level Final Damage Modifier
+5 or higher +20%
+4 +18%
+3 +16%
+2 +14%
+1 +12%
0 +10%
-1 +5%
-2 0%
-3 -5%
-4 -10%
-5 -12.5%
-6 -15%
-7 -17.5%
-8 -20%
-9 -22.5%
-10 -25%
-11 -27.5%
-12 -30%
-13 -32.5%
-14 -35%
-15 -37.5%
-16 -40%
-17 -42.5%
-18 -45%
-19 -47.5%
-20 -50%
-21 -52.5%
-22 -55%
-23 -57.5%
-24 -60%
-25 -62.5%
-26 -65%
-27 -67.5%
-28 -70%
-29 -72.5%
-30 -75%
-31 -77.5%
-32 -80%
-33 -82.5%
-34 -85%
-35 -87.5%
-36 -90%
-37 -92.5%
-38 -95%
-39 -97.5%
-40 or lower -100%

Reboot Worlds

• 0 or more levels above monster level: +10%, followed by +2% per level above, max +20% total
• 1 to 10 levels below monster level: +10%, followed by -6% per level below, up till -60% (final damage -50%)
• 11 or more levels below monster level: -50%, followed by -9.5%, -8.5%, ..., -0.5% for each level below -10 respectively (-100% total at 20 levels)
Your level minus Monster level Final Damage Modifier
+5 or higher +20%
+4 +18%
+3 +16%
+2 +14%
+1 +12%
0 +10%
-1 +4%
-2 -2%
-3 -8%
-4 -14%
-5 -20%
-6 -26%
-7 -32%
-8 -38%
-9 -44%
-10 -50%
-11 -59.5%
-12 -68%
-13 -75.5%
-14 -82%
-15 -87.5%
-16 -92%
-17 -95.5%
-18 -98%
-19 -99.5%
-20 or lower -100%

Ignore DEF

• Displayed Value (in %): [100- RoundDown[100×(1-ID1)×(1-ID2)×...]]
• Actual Ignore DEF Applied: [100-[100×(1-ID1)×(1-ID2)×...]]

IDn is non-exhaustive and takes every single Ignore DEF source as a separate source (where n is an integer). So for example, if your weapon has more than 1 line of Ignore DEF, they are treated separately and not summed up together before applying it as 1 source.

• Note that the one displayed in your stats window is rounded up value but when used in calculation, the regular value without rounding up is used.

Ignore DEF can be obtained by (Percentages are multiplied together using the conpliment value, which is the non-ignored DEF value):

Certain skills also give Ignore DEF conditionally, these are only applied when conditions are met (not shown in display).

Monster Elemental Resistance

Monsters may have a certain level of resistance towards certain elements. Physical is also an element. In general, most bosses have strong resistance against all elements.

The table below shoes the impact of monster elemental resistance on the damage dealt to it (based on the above damage formula output.

Monster Elemental Resistance Damage Impact (MR Value in the above formulas)
Weak +0.5
Neutral 0
Strong -0.5
Immune -1

Ignore Monster Elemental Resistance can be obtained by the following ways:

• Insight Trait (0.5% every 10 levels of Insight rounded down, up till 5%)
• Magician Elemental Reset Skills (10%)

Star Force Maps

If the map requires a certain Star Force, if you did not meet the requirement your damage dealt will be reduced accordingly based on how far away are your Star Force from the requirement.

Star force requirement met (in %, rounded down) Damage dealt to starstruck monsters (in % as comapred to actual damage)
0% to 9% 0% (Minimum damage: 1)
10% to 29% 10%
30% to 49% 30%
50% to 69% 50%
70% to 99% 70%
100% or higher 100%

Star Force can be obtained by Star Force Enhancement (can be used only when all upgrade slots are used.

• Every 1 Star obtained on other equips except Overalls is equal to 1 Star Force.
• Every 1 Star obtained on an Overall is equal to 2 Star Force.
• Maximum Stars allowed on an equipment varies with type and level of the equipment, as well as the server (different server have different versions of Star Force Enhancement).
• Non-Superior Equips
Equipment Level Range Maximum Stars Allowed
0-95 5
96-107 8
108-117 10
118-127 15 (12 in GMS)
128-137 20 (13 in GMS)
138+ 25 (15 in GMS, 20 in MapleSEA)
• Superior Equips
Equipment Level Maximum Stars Allowed
0-95 3
96-107 5
108-117 8
118-127 10
128-137 12
138+ 15

Arcane Force Maps

If the map requires a certain Arcane Force, your damage dealt will be adjusted accordingly based on how far away are your Arcane Force from the requirement.

Arcane force requirement met (in %, rounded down) Damage dealt to monsters (in % as comapred to actual damage)
0% to 9% 10%
10% to 29% 30%
30% to 49% 60%
50% to 69% 70%
70% to 99% 80%
100% to 124% 100%
125% to 149% 110%
150% or higher 150%

Arcane Force can be obtained from equipping Arcane Symbols. There are 3 Arcane Symbols available.

• Arcane Symbol (quest item, replaced by Arcane Symbol : Road to Extinction)
• Arcane Symbol : Road to Extinction
• Arcane Symbol : Chew Chew Island
• Arcane Symbol : Lacheln

Arcane Symbol starts with 30 Arcane Force (Level 1), it can be enhanced up to Level 15. Once there is sufficient number of Duplicate symbols, you can pay mesos to level up the Symbol. Each level up provides extra 10 Arcane Force.

• Required number of symbols to level up: ${\displaystyle SymbolLevel^{2}+11}$
• Required mesos to level up: ${\displaystyle 12440000+6600000\times SymbolLevel}$

Therefore the theoretical maximum Arcane Force possible as of now is 510 Arcane Force.

Abnormal Status Resistance

Abnormal Status Resistance reduces duration of Abnormal Status inflicted on you. Duration is shorter when your Abnormal Status Resistance is higher, at a reducing rate.

Duration Reduction in %
${\displaystyle 28\times lg(Resist)+1}$, rounded down.

Duration of Abnormal Status are in exact time and not rounded down, so each percentage point of reduction will contribute to the duration even though it might just be a fraction of a second.

You can obtain Abnormal Status Resistance from the following ways (may not be exhaustive):

Critical Rate and Critical Damage

Critical Rate

There are a few ways to obtain Critical Chance.

• Basic Chance: +5% (including Beginners)
• Job-based Critical Chance Increasing Skills: Varies based on Job and the Skill Level.
• Sharp Eyes Buff (original version): +6% to +25% based on Skill Level and whether or not Sharp Eyes - Bonus Chance is added as Hyper Skill. (Does not stack with Decent Sharp Eyes)
• Decent Sharp Eyes Buff: +10% (Does not stack with original Sharp Eyes)
• Beast Tamer's Link Skill: +4% for Skill Level 1, +7% for Skill Level 2, +10% for Skill Level 3
• Phantom Instinct Link Skill: +10% for Skill Level 1, +15% for Skill Level 2, +20% for Skill Level 3
• Event Critical Rings (Dark Explorer, Zero): +15% or Explorer Critical Ring: +12%
• Onyx Critical Rate Ring: +10%
• Hyper Stats: +1% to 15% based on the Stat Level (+1% per level, with an extra +1% per level for Stat Level beyond 5)
• Inner Ability: Up till 30%
• Primary Weapon, Secondary Weapon, Emblem Potential Stats: +1% to +12% for each Potential Line that adds Critical Rate, based on Equipment Level, the type of Potential (Normal or Additional) and the rank of the Potential.
• Soul Weapon: Up till +12% based on the Augmented Boss Soul applied as well as your luck when adding the soul.
• Marksman/Crossbow Master, ZEN Character Card: +1% to +4% based on Card Rank.
• Primary Weapon Nebulites (only in GMS): +4% to +10% based on Nebulite rank and the value that comes with it.
• Monster Farm Romantic King Slime: +3%
• Monster Farm Petite Horntail: +3%
• Monster Farm Petite Phantom: +4%

These items listed below are slightly more special as they totally replace the critical rate by its value rather than to add on to the existing one.

• Critical Shift Ring (Level 1/2): Replace Critical Chance by 9% of the Base Main Stat (Number of AP added into HP for Demon Avengers, Base LUK only for Xenon) for a short time. Generally, it requires Level 219 or higher and adds all AP into the main stat for 100% Critical Chance, excluding Xenon (unless all AP is added to LUK).
• Critical Shift Ring (Level 3/4): Replace Critical Chance by 10% of the Base Main Stat (Number of AP added into HP for Demon Avengers, Base LUK only for Xenon) for a short time. Generally, it requires Level 197 or higher and adds all AP into the main stat for 100% Critical Chance, excluding Xenon (unless all AP is added to LUK).

Critical Damage

• Minimum Critical Damage %: ${\displaystyle 20+CriticalDamageStat\%}$
• Maximum Critical Damage %: ${\displaystyle 50+CriticalDamageStat\%}$

Critical Damage Stat % is treated as an integer (basically the one displayed on your abilities list) You can increase your Critical Damage Stat by a few ways.

• Various Job Skills: Based on Job and its respective Skill Level.
• Onyx Critical Damage Ring: +5%
• Glove Legendary Potential: +1% to +8% based on Equipment Level and type of Potential (Normal or Additional)
• Event Critical Rings (Dark Explorer, Zero): +3% or Explorer Critical Ring: +1%
• Hyper Stats: +1% per Hyper Stat level, up till +10%
• Eunwol Character Card: +1% to +5% based on Card Rank.
• Hayato Character Card: +1% to +4% based on Card Rank.
• Sharp Eyes Buff (original version): +1% to +15% based on Skill Level. (Does not stack with Decent Sharp Eyes)
• Decent Sharp Eyes Buff: +8% (Does not stack with original Sharp Eyes)
• 3 Thief Cards Unique Deck Effect: +1% to +4% based on the highest average Deck Rank that contains 3 Thief Cards in the same deck.
• Crit Damage Ring Buff: Critical Damage +7%/14%/21%/28% based on the Ring's Skill Level for a short duration.
• Rawr Ring Buff: Critical Damage +5%/15%/25%/35% based on ring's grade for a short duration.
• Monster Farm Petite Hilla: +2%

Attack Delay

Attack Delay is influnced by the weapon's Attack Speed, which ranges from a scale of 2 to 9 (Faster, Fast, Normal, Slow, Slower). Note that Attack Speed of the same category may have different Attack Speed values. To avoid confusion, the scale will be identified as "Attack Delay Level" as it may contradict that a lower attack speed actually means faster striking speed.

Attack Speed/Attack Delay Level can also be modified from the following (may not be exhaustive, negative means the Delay Level is reduced so you attack faster):

• Various Job Skills (usually -2 for booster and -1 for passive if available)
• Pharaoh Snake debuff (+2)
• Inner Ability (-1)
• Decent Speed Infusion (-1)
• Speed Infusion (-2)
• V Buff (-1 for 30 minutes)
• Rune of Swiftness (-3 for 3~4.5 minutes, surpass limit)
• Rune of Destruction (-1 for 3~4.5 minutes, surpass limit)
• Extreme Green Potion (-1 for 30 minutes, surpass limit)
• Swift Ring (-2 for 9~15 seconds with 3 minute cooldown, surpass limit)
Note
• Attack Delay Level has a minimum limit of 2.
• If you have at least a modifier that surpass limit, Attack Delay Level can be reduced to 0 (need not be only modifiers that surpass limit).

Attack Delay (in milliseconds)
${\displaystyle 30\times RoundUp[BaseDelay\times (10+AttackDelayLevel)/480]}$

Note:

• Certain skills are not affected, such as Hurricane (these skills have a fixed Delay instead of a Base Delay that is influenced by Attack Speed)
• Normal Attack is also influenced by Attack Speed.

Defense

• Defense: ${\displaystyle [1.5\times STR+0.4\times DEX+0.4\times LUK+EquipDEF+SkillDEF]\times (1+DEF\%)}$
Note
• DEF % is additive with each other and expressed in decimals.

Monster's Damage

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Note
• All Damage reduction effect from skills and equipments are calculated after the regular defense formula.
• This does not work on attacks that deals fixed damage (damage based on % of your HP, reducing HP value to 1, poison damage overtime, fall damage)
Note
• For Monster ATT, it goes through a random number generator from 85% to 100% of the ATT Value, before your DEF is applied. Does not apply to %HP Attacks.
• Maximum damage protection from DEF alone is 84.5% of the Monster's ATT Value (before absorption damage)
• Minimum Max monster damage is 15.5% of the Monster's ATT Value.
• Minimum Min monster damage is 13.175% (15.5%×0.85) of the Monster's ATT Value.
• ${\displaystyle DamageAbsorbed\%}$ is multiplicative like Ignore DEF and is expressed in decimals, which works for all attacks except Damage based on % of your HP (unless the skill states so, then only that skill's value will be taken into account for %HP Attacks).
• Monster will ignore some of your DEF if it is higher levelled than you. (But if your DEF is still high enough to receive minimum monster damage even after the penalty, you will receive monster damage as though the penalty did not exist if you got hit)
• Maximum monster damage cannot exceed Monster's ATT Value.

Map-based Monster Damage Modifier

If it is a Star Force Map or an Arcane Force Map, monster damage will be multiplied by a constant based on your force levels.

Star Force
Star force requirement met (in %, rounded down) Damage dealt by monsters (as comapred to actual monster damage)
0% to 9% 2.8x
10% to 29% 2.4x
30% to 49% 1.8x
50% to 69% 1.6x
70% to 99% 1.4x
100% or higher 1x

Arcane Force
Arcane force requirement met (in %, rounded down) Damage dealt by monsters (as comapred to actual monster damage)
0% to 9% 2.8x
10% to 29% 2.4x
30% to 49% 1.8x
50% to 69% 1.6x
70% to 99% 1.4x
100% to 124% 1x
125% to 149% 0.8x
150% or higher 0x (monster hits you for 1 damage)

Dodge Rate

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Note: Skills that have its own dodge mechanism will work before the regular avoidability formula. Evasion rate boost works differently and only adds to the avoidability dodge rate.

Dodge Chance (in %)
${\displaystyle [{\sqrt {DEX+2\times LUK}}-{\sqrt {MonsterAccuracy}}-2\times (MonsterLevel-CharacterLevel)]\times (1+EvasionRate\%)}$
Note
• ${\displaystyle EvasionRate\%}$ is expressed in decimal and is additive with each other.
• Monster will ignore some of your dodge chance if you are lower levelled than the monster.
• Dodge chance is limited to 90%.
• For Crossbow Master/Marksman's Extreme Archery: Crossbow/Reckless Hunt:Crossbow skill, the value of DEX + 2×LUK is reduced by 5% per Skill Level (50% reduction at max).

Experience

Level Difference

EXP adjustments applied is applied directly to basic EXP, which means all your EXP Boosts will also be affected by this.

Similar Level
• 0 to 4 levels above or below monster's level: +10%
• 5 to 9 levels above or below monster's level: +5%
Higher level than monsters
• 11 levels or more above monster's level: -1% per level above after 10 levels above, max -30%.
Lower level than monsters
• 11 to 20 levels below monster's level: -1% per level below after 10 levels below, up till -10% (20 levels below)
• 21 levels or more below monster's level: -30%, followed by -4% for every level below after 20 levels below, max -90%.
Your level minus Monster level Base EXP Modifier
+0 to +4 +10%
+5 to +9 +5%
+10 0%
+11 -1%
+12 -2%
+13 -3%
+14 -4%
+15 -5%
+16 -6%
+17 -7%
+18 -8%
+19 -9%
+20 -10%
+21 -11%
+22 -12%
+23 -13%
+24 -14%
+25 -15%
+26 -16%
+27 -17%
+28 -18%
+29 -19%
+30 -20%
+31 -21%
+32 -22%
+33 -23%
+34 -24%
+35 -25%
+36 -26%
+37 -27%
+38 -28%
+39 -29%
+40 or higher -30%
Your level minus Monster level Base EXP Modifier
-0 to -4 +10%
-5 to -9 +5%
-10 0%
-11 -1%
-12 -2%
-13 -3%
-14 -4%
-15 -5%
-16 -6%
-17 -7%
-18 -8%
-19 -9%
-20 -10%
-21 -30%
-22 -34%
-23 -38%
-24 -42%
-25 -46%
-26 -50%
-27 -54%
-28 -58%
-29 -62%
-30 -66%
-31 -70%
-32 -74%
-33 -78%
-34 -82%
-35 -86%
-36 or lower -90%

Party EXP

• Base EXP received by you when in party (when you are eligible for leech): ${\displaystyle Round[MonsterEXP\times (0.2\times DamageDealt/MonsterHP+0.8\times Level/PartyLevel)]}$
• Party Bonus EXP: ${\displaystyle [Round(ReceivedMonsterEXP\times PartyBonusMultiplier)+1]}$
• Excess damage dealt when the monster's HP is depleted to 0 is disregarded.
• Received Monster EXP means the amount of EXP received by you after a monster is killed by your party.
• Round means round off to the nearest integer.
• Attacking Members means the number of people in your party fighting that exact same monster. That monster when killed will then give slightly more party bonus.
• Leechable member means that the party member is eligible for a share of the monster's EXP after being killed by the party. (Does not apply if the level difference between the highest level member and the lowest level member is 41 or more.)
Party Size Party Bonus Multiplier
Number of leechable members Number of bishops in party excluding yourself 1 attacking member 2 attacking members 3 attacking members
1 leechable member 0 Bishops 0% N/A N/A
2 leechable members 0 Bishops 25% 35% N/A
1 Bishop 45% 55% N/A
3 leechable members 0 Bishops 55% 65% 75%
1 Bishop 75% 85% 95%
2 Bishops 95% 105% 115%
4 leechable members 0 Bishops 90% 100% 110%
1 Bishop 110% 120% 130%
2 Bishops 130% 140% 150%
3 Bishops 150% 160% 170%
5 leechable members 0 Bishops 130% 140% 150%
1 Bishop 150% 160% 170%
2 Bishops 170% 180% 190%
3 to 4 Bishops 190% 200% 210%
6 leechable members 0 Bishops 175% 185% 195%
1 Bishop 195% 205% 215%
2 Bishops 215% 225% 235%
3 to 5 Bishops 235% 245% 255%

Leech condition

Party Level is calculated as the sum of the levels of all eligible members of the party. Ineligible members are excluded from all calculations, and receive no EXP. Eligible party members must meet one of the following requirements:

• Do damage to the monster.
• Within 5 levels of the monster
• Within 5 levels of a character in the party who meets both requirements.
• Level gap between the highest levelled character and the lowest levelled character must be 40 or less. If it exceeds this gap limit, the killer gets all the EXP while the other members will not receive any leech EXP including high levelled characters who exceeded monster level. If this happens EXP is distributed solely on damage, without giving any party bonus EXP.

Party Bonus is increased based on the number of members attacking the same monsters. However if you are lazy do not bother trying to trigger this bonus as it caps at 3 members and only gives 10% EXP which adds with normal party bonus. However this will encourage people to fight the same monster for more bonus.

EXP stacking

• Additive multipliers such as elven blessing is added after the multiplicative multipliers. Example: I have Holy Symbol and Level 1 Elven blessing. My EXP Multiplier will be 100% × 1.5 + 10% = 160% and not 165%
• For the Additive EXP Buffs, Skill Additive EXP Bonuses are calculated together before it is rounded off. Example: I have S rank Zero Card (+8%) and Level 2 Elven Blessing (+15%). The Additive line will multiply the base EXP by a total of 23% before rounding off it.
• However, for Potion EXP, Buff EXP and Equip Item Bonus, the EXP is rounded off after calculating all the bonus EXP in the individual Bonus EXP lines. This means that the EXP is rounded off once for Additive line, once for Potion EXP, once for Buff Bonus EXP and once for Equip Item Bonus, which may cause you to gain about 3 EXP since under each Bonus EXP line, rounding off happens as compared to adding all the EXP additive multipliers as one and round off only after adding all the EXP up.
• If the monster is meant to give EXP but the Bonus EXP is calculated to give less than 1 EXP due to the low amount of monster EXP given, each line will give 1 EXP minimum.
• Multi Kill EXP and Burning field Bonus EXP uses a truncaion system rather than a rounding off system (minimum 1 EXP)

EXP Boost List

Group 1 (Cash shop coupons, same coupons cannot stack with each other but different coupons can)
• 20% coupon = 1.2x
• 50% coupon = 1.5x
• 2x 1 hour/4 hour/1-Day/3-Day special coupon = 2x
• Periodic 2x EXP coupon = 2x EXP during the specified timing on the coupon.
Group 2 (Free coupons, only the highest multiplier is used)
• Happy winter = 1.2x for 1 hour
• Part time job: Effective rest (20/30/40/50/60 minutes) = 1.3x EXP for 20/30/40/50/60 minutes respectively.
• Enjoyable winter = 1.5x for 30 minutes
• 1.5x EXP coupon from event quest, Hekaton, Saturday/Sunday Monster Park Boxes = 1.5x
• 2x EXP coupon from event quest, Fairy Bros Daily Gift, Saturday/Sunday Monster Park Boxes = 2x
• 3x EXP coupon from event quest = 3x
• Server 1.5x event = 1.5x
• Server 2x event = 2x
• Server 3x event = 3x
• World Record Weather Effect: 2x for 15 minutes or 30 minutes

EXP Buff names will be displayed here. Note that all EXP Bonuses listed after this group are also additive but they are separated from this line.

• Elven Blessing = +10/15/20% (Level 1/2/3)
• Zero character card = +4/6/8/10% (Card rank B/A/S/SS)
• Monster farm Petite Orchid: +3%
• Monster Farm Petite Mercedes: +3%
Potion EXP

Potion effects that are currently in use that provides bonus EXP are listed here. It is separated from the Additive line.

• EXP acquisition potion = +10% for 2 hours
Equip Item Bonus

Equipments that give bonus EXP rate are listed here. They are separated from the Additive line.

• Spirit pendant = +10/20/30% (<1 hour/ 1~2 hour/> 2 hours)
• Prepared Spirit pendant: +30%
Buff Bonus EXP

These EXP boosts are listed under Buff Bonus EXP (separated from the Additive EXP line which shows the names of the buff)

• Kritias EXP Entropy = +50% for 1 hour, only works within Kritias area including invasion.
• Runes = +100% for 3 minutes, cooldown 15 minutes upon activation. (Duration can be extended with Evan Link Skill, up till 50% longer)
• Wolf Chair buff: +50% for 30 minutes after sitting on the chair for 30 minutes
• Monster Park Extreme Gold Potion: +10% for 30 minutes
• Skills (may not be exhaustive)
• Holy Symbol: +21% ~ +50% depending on skill level
• Showdown: +1% ~ +20% depending on skill level and hyper skill
• Demon Cry: +5% ~ +20% depending on skill level
• Kanna's Spirit Monkey: +11% ~ +30% depending on skill level
Blood alliance Bonus

Bonus EXP obtained from the Ring of Clan/Kin Ring.

• +10% Passively for yourself if you wear the ring.
• +5% per party member equipped with the ring (including yourself) for the whole party, including yourself. Max 20%.
Party bonus EXP (Separated from the Additive line which shows the names of the buffs)
• No Bishops in the party excluding yourself:
• +25/55/90/130/175% with 2/3/4/5/6 leechable members, and 1 attacking member
• +35/65/100/140/185% with 2/3/4/5/6 leechable members and 2 attacking members, and
• +75/110/150/195% with 3/4/5/6 leechable members and 3 or more attacking members or more
• 1 Bishop in the party excluding yourself:
• +45/75/110/150/195% with 2/3/4/5/6 leechable members and 1 attacking member,
• +55/85/120/160/205% with 2/3/4/5/6 leechable members and 2 attacking members, and
• +95/130/170/215% with 3/4/5/6 leechable members with 3 attacking members or more
• 2 Bishops in the party excluding yourself:
• +95/130/170/215% with 3/4/5/6 leechable members with 1 attacking member,
• +105/140/180/225% with 3/4/5/6 leechable members with 2 attacking members and
• +115/150/190/235% with 3/4/5/6 leechable members with 3 attacking members or more
• 3 or more Bishops in the party excluding yourself:
• +150/190/235% with 4/5/6 leechable members with 1 attacking member,
• +160/200/245% with 4/5/6 leechable members with 2 attacking members and
• +170/210/255% with 4/5/6 leechable members with 3 attacking members or more.

Special effects that increases Party Bonus EXP:

• 2x Party Bonus EXP Server Event
Party Ring Bonus
• Welcome Back Ring: +80%

This can be obtained by either playing at a Local Area Network (LAN) Shop or having the "Premium Service Coupon" bought from Cash Shop.

The lines below use a truncation system rather than a rounding off system.

Multi kill

+1/2/3/3.3/3.6/3.9/4.2/4.5% EXP per monster for 3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10+ Multi kill count (In other words, killing 3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10+ monster within an attack skill.) Truncation happens only after adding up all the Monster EXP obtained within that skill and multiplying by its respective percentages.

Burning Field Bonus

+10%/20%/30%/40%/50%/60%/70%/80%/90%/100% for a Burning Field Level 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10 respectively. Level increases as the amount of time it is vacant increases (every 30 minutes) and decreases when it is occupied (every 15 minutes).

Combo Kill, Multi Kill

Combo Kill

Combo kill happens when you kill multiple monsters quickly. It activates when you kill the second monster within 10 seconds after the first monster is killed by you and it activates subsequently with more monsters getting killed. A combo orb is made on the map at the area which the monsters die during the attack per 50 combo kills made based on combo kill count. Maximum combo kill count is 999 but combo orbs will continue to appear after 999 combo kills every 50 combo kills. The bonus EXP received is based on the combo orb and the lower levelled regular monster's EXP (based on an unknown generic formula), which means that if you are training on a map that contains 2 different levelled monsters, your combo kill bonuses are based on the General EXP of the lower levelled regular monsters. Note that the Bonus EXP is the same regardless of the EXP and difficulty of the monster, so the boost is much lower if you are training on Star Force maps or certain special maps with super-buffed monsters. In addition, you will receive a max speed and max jump boost for 5 seconds after absorbing a combo orb.

Combo kill count Bonus EXP relative to lower levelled regular monster (Level 0/1/2 Aran Link Skill) Combo orb colour
50/100/150/200/250/300 500%/2500%/3750% (10%/50%/75% per combo kill) Blue
350/400/450/500/550/600/650/700 700%/3500%/5250% (14%/70%/105% per combo kill) Purple
750 and every 50 combo kill beyond 750 1000%/5000%/7500% (20%/100%/150% per combo kill) Red

What this means is that if you were to kill multiple monsters at once, you will still receive the same amount of combo kill bonus EXP as if you were to kill a monster at a time, making multi kills extremely unfavourable.

Assuming that monsters gave regular exp, if your character does not have Aran link skill, you have:

50 to 300 combo kill
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill Bonus (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo EXP bonus)
1 10% 0% 10%
2 5% 0% 5%
3 3.3333% 1% 4.3333%
4 2.5% 2% 4.5%
5 2% 3% 5%
6 1.6666% 3.3% 4.9666%
7 1.4285% 3.6% 5.0285%
8 1.25% 3.9% 5.15%
9 1.1111% 4.2% 5.3111%
10 1% 4.5% 5.5%
11 0.9090% 4.5% 5.4090%
12 0.8333% 4.5% 5.3333%
13 0.7692% 4.5% 5.2692%
14 0.7142% 4.5% 5.2142%
15 0.6666% 4.5% 5.1666%
350 to 700 combo kill
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill EXP (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo kill EXP bonus)
1 14% 0% 14%
2 7% 0% 7%
3 4.6666% 1% 5.6666%
4 3.5% 2% 5.5%
5 2.8% 3% 5.8%
6 2.3333% 3.3% 5.6333%
7 2% 3.6% 5.6%
8 1.75% 3.9% 5.65%
9 1.5555% 4.2% 5.7555%
10 1.4% 4.5% 5.9%
11 1.2727% 4.5% 5.7727%
12 1.1666% 4.5% 5.6666%
13 1.0769% 4.5% 5.5769%
14 1% 4.5% 5.5%
15 0.9333% 4.5% 5.4333%
750 combo kills and beyond (every 50 combo kills)
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill Bonus (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo EXP bonus)
1 20% 0% 20%
2 10% 0% 10%
3 6.6666% 1% 7.6666%
4 5% 2% 7%
5 4% 3% 7%
6 3.3333% 3.3% 6.6333%
7 2.8571% 3.6% 6.4571%
8 2.5% 3.9% 6.4%
9 2.2222% 4.2% 6.4222%
10 2% 4.5% 6.5%
11 1.8181% 4.5% 6.3181%
12 1.6666% 4.5% 6.1666%
13 1.5384% 4.5% 6.0384%
14 1.4285% 4.5% 5.9285%
15 1.3333% 4.5% 5.8333%

50 to 300 combo kill
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill Bonus (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo EXP bonus)
1 50% 0% 50%
2 25% 0% 25%
3 16.6666% 1% 17.6666%
4 12.5% 2% 14.5%
5 10% 3% 13%
6 8.3333% 3.3% 11.6333%
7 7.1428% 3.6% 10.7428%
8 6.25% 3.9% 10.15%
9 5.5555% 4.2% 9.7555%
10 5% 4.5% 9.5%
11 4.5454% 4.5% 9.0454%
12 4.1666% 4.5% 8.6666%
13 3.8461% 4.5% 8.3461%
14 3.5714% 4.5% 8.0714%
15 3.3333% 4.5% 7.8333%
350 to 700 combo kill
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill EXP (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo kill EXP bonus)
1 70% 0% 70%
2 35% 0% 35%
3 23.3333% 1% 24.3333%
4 17.5% 2% 19.5%
5 14% 3% 17%
6 11.6666% 3.3% 14.9666%
7 10% 3.6% 13.6%
8 8.75% 3.9% 12.65%
9 7.7777% 4.2% 11.9777%
10 7% 4.5% 11.5%
11 6.3636% 4.5% 10.8636%
12 5.8333% 4.5% 10.3333%
13 5.3846% 4.5% 9.8846%
14 5% 4.5% 9.5%
15 4.6666% 4.5% 9.1666%
750 combo kills and beyond (every 50 combo kills)
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill Bonus (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo EXP bonus)
1 100% 0% 100%
2 50% 0% 50%
3 33.3333% 1% 34.3333%
4 25% 2% 27%
5 20% 3% 23%
6 16.6666% 3.3% 19.9666%
7 14.2857% 3.6% 17.8857%
8 12.5% 3.9% 16.4%
9 11.1111% 4.2% 15.3111%
10 10% 4.5% 14.5%
11 9.0909% 4.5% 13.5909%
12 8.3333% 4.5% 12.8333%
13 7.6923% 4.5% 12.1923%
14 7.1428% 4.5% 11.6428%
15 6.6666% 4.5% 11.1666%

50 to 300 combo kill
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill Bonus (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo EXP bonus)
1 75% 0% 75%
2 37.5% 0% 37.5%
3 25% 1% 26%
4 18.75% 2% 20.75%
5 15% 3% 18%
6 12.5% 3.3% 15.8%
7 10.7142% 3.6% 14.3142%
8 9.375% 3.9% 13.275%
9 8.3333% 4.2% 12.5333%
10 7.5% 4.5% 12%
11 6.8181% 4.5% 11.3181%
12 6.25% 4.5% 10.75%
13 5.7692% 4.5% 10.2692%
14 5.3571% 4.5% 9.8571%
15 5% 4.5% 9.5%
350 to 700 combo kill
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill EXP (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo kill EXP bonus)
1 105% 0% 105%
2 52.5% 0% 52.5%
3 35% 1% 36%
4 26.25% 2% 28.25%
5 21% 3% 24%
6 17.5% 3.3% 20.8%
7 15% 3.6% 18.6%
8 13.125% 3.9% 17.025%
9 11.6666% 4.2% 15.8666%
10 10.5% 4.5% 15%
11 9.5454% 4.5% 14.0454%
12 8.75% 4.5% 13.25%
13 8.0769% 4.5% 12.5769%
14 7.5% 4.5% 12%
15 7% 4.5% 11.5%
750 combo kills and beyond (every 50 combo kills)
Number of monsters killed at once Average Combo Kill Bonus (per monster) Multi Kill Bonus Total Bonus EXP (Based on average combo EXP bonus)
1 150% 0% 150%
2 75% 0% 75%
3 50% 1% 51%
4 37.5% 2% 39.5%
5 30% 3% 33%
6 25% 3.3% 28.3%
7 21.4285% 3.6% 25.0285%
8 18.75% 3.9% 22.65%
9 16.6666% 4.2% 20.8666%
10 15% 4.5% 19.5%
11 13.6363% 4.5% 18.1363%
12 12.5% 4.5% 17%
13 11.5384% 4.5% 16.0384%
14 10.7142% 4.5% 15.2142%
15 10% 4.5% 14.5%

As you can see, combo kill EXP bonus gets worse as you kill more monsters within a combo kill while the multi kill EXP bonus does not cover up the lost EXP in every single case, especially if you have the Aran Link Skill (in fact the multi kill bonus might as well be non-existent). Therefore it is best to use projectile-based attacks (such as magic arrows of bowmasters, Bat Swarm of Demon Avengers) or Hurricane-like skills to accumulate combo kill quickly than to kill many monsters at once since the bonus EXP rate simply decreases heavily, assuming kill rate is about the same.

Multi kill

Multi kill happens when you kill 3 or more monsters within a killing spree (1 skill). It ranges from 3 monsters to 10+ monsters. You also receive bonus EXP from this and the bonus is also calculated only once but the bonus is given based on the number of monsters killed.

Multi kill count Bonus EXP per monster
3 +1%
4 +2%
5 +3%
6 +3.3%
7 +3.6%
8 +3.9%
9 +4.2%
10+ +4.5%

Meso Drop Penalty

Based on level difference between the character and the monster, it will drop a varying amount of mesos (multiplied with Meso%)

• 0 to 5 levels apart: Normal
• 6 to 8 levels apart: -10%
• 9 to 11 levels apart: -15%
• 12 levels apart: -20%
• 13 or more levels apart: -20%, followed by -4% per level below after 12 (-100% at 32 levels apart or more)
Level Difference Final mesos drop Modifier
0~5 0%
6~8 -10%
9~11 -15%
12 -20%
13 -24%
14 -28%
15 -32%
16 -36%
17 -40%
18 -44%
19 -48%
20 -52%
21 -56%
22 -60%
23 -64%
24 -68%
25 -72%
26 -76%
27 -80%
28 -84%
29 -88%
30 -92%
31 -96%
32 or more -100%

Drop Rate Stacking

Drop rate boosts increases the chance which items drop. Drop rate boosts will stack with each other to boost drop rate even more by various ways. Additive drop rate is formulated first before multiplied ones do and that multiplied ones multiply off one another.

• Inner Ability: Up till +20%
• Wealth Acquisition Potion: +10% for 2 hours
• Monster Farm Seruf: +2%
• Holy Symbol Hyper: +30%
• Various skills
• Certain Familiars
• Legendary Potential and Unique/Legendary Additional Potential
• Buffs (choose 1, cannot stack with Multiplied Buffs)
• Weapon/Armor Shop Part Time Job buff: +30% for 20/30/40/50/60 minutes
• Cassandra Buff 5 buff: +50% for 30 minutes
Multiplied
• Twin Coupon: ×2
• Kota Kinabalu Chair: ×2 for 30 minutes after sitting on the chair for 30 minutes
• Buffs (choose 1, cannot stack with Additive Buffs)
• Lucky Winter buff: ×2 for 30 minutes
• 2x Drop buff: ×2 for 1 hour
• Server 1.5x: ×1.5
• Server 2x: ×2
• Server 3x: ×3

Total SP

The total amount of SP a character will have at any level varies per job.

Regular Skills SP

• Beginner: ${\displaystyle 1\times Level}$ up to Level 7 (max 6 SP)
• First job: ${\displaystyle 5+3\times (Level-10)}$ up to level 30 (max 65 SP)
• Second job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-30)}$ up to Level 60 (max 94 SP)
• Third job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-60)}$up to Level 100 (max 124 SP)
• Fourth job: SP Allocation as shown.
Level SP given (Total SP)
100 3 (3)
101 3 (6)
102 3 (9)
103 6 (15)
104 3 (18)
105 3 (21)
106 6 (27)
107 3 (30)
108 3 (33)
109 6 (39)
110 6 (45)
Level SP given (Total SP)
111 4 (49)
112 4 (53)
113 8 (61)
114 4 (65)
115 4 (69)
116 8 (77)
117 4 (81)
118 4 (85)
119 8 (93)
120 8 (101)
Level SP given (Total SP)
121 5 (106)
122 5 (111)
123 10 (121)
124 5 (126)
125 5 (131)
126 10 (141)
127 5 (146)
128 5 (151)
129 10 (161)
130 10 (171)
Level SP given (Total SP)
131 6 (177)
132 6 (183)
133 12 (195)
134 6 (201)
135 6 (207)
136 12 (219)
137 6 (225)
138 6 (231)
139 12 (243)
140 12 (255)

• Beginner: ${\displaystyle 1\times Level}$ up to Level 7 (max 6 SP)
• 1st job: ${\displaystyle 5+3\times (Level-10)}$ up to level 20 (Max 35 SP)
• 1st+ job: ${\displaystyle 5+3\times (Level-20)}$ up to level 30 (max 35 SP)
• 2nd job: ${\displaystyle 10+3\times (Level-30)}$ up to level 45 (max 55 SP)
• 2nd+ job: ${\displaystyle 10+3\times (Level-45)}$ up to level 60 (max 55 SP)
• 3rd job: ${\displaystyle 3\times (Level-60)}$ up to level 100 (max 120 SP)
• 4th job: SP Allocation as shown.
Level SP given (Total SP)
100 3 (3)
101 3 (6)
102 3 (9)
103 6 (15)
104 3 (18)
105 3 (21)
106 6 (27)
107 3 (30)
108 3 (33)
109 6 (39)
110 6 (45)
Level SP given (Total SP)
111 4 (49)
112 4 (53)
113 8 (61)
114 4 (65)
115 4 (69)
116 8 (77)
117 4 (81)
118 4 (85)
119 8 (93)
120 8 (101)
Level SP given (Total SP)
121 5 (106)
122 5 (111)
123 10 (121)
124 5 (126)
125 5 (131)
126 10 (141)
127 5 (146)
128 5 (151)
129 10 (161)
130 10 (171)
Level SP given (Total SP)
131 6 (177)
132 6 (183)
133 12 (195)
134 6 (201)
135 6 (207)
136 12 (219)
137 6 (225)
138 6 (231)
139 12 (243)
140 12 (255)

Knight of Cygnus

• Beginner: ${\displaystyle 1\times Level}$ up to Level 7 (max 6 SP)
• First job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-10)}$ up to level 30 (max 64 SP)
• Second job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-30)}$ up to Level 60 (max 94 SP)
• Third job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-60)}$up to Level 100 (max 124 SP)
• Fourth job: SP Allocation as shown.
Level SP given (Total SP)
100 3 (3)
101 3 (6)
102 3 (9)
103 6 (15)
104 3 (18)
105 3 (21)
106 6 (27)
107 3 (30)
108 3 (33)
109 6 (39)
110 6 (45)
Level SP given (Total SP)
111 4 (49)
112 4 (53)
113 8 (61)
114 4 (65)
115 4 (69)
116 8 (77)
117 4 (81)
118 4 (85)
119 8 (93)
120 8 (101)
Level SP given (Total SP)
121 5 (106)
122 5 (111)
123 10 (121)
124 5 (126)
125 5 (131)
126 10 (141)
127 5 (146)
128 5 (151)
129 10 (161)
130 10 (171)
Level SP given (Total SP)
131 6 (177)
132 6 (183)
133 12 (195)
134 6 (201)
135 6 (207)
136 12 (219)
137 6 (225)
138 6 (231)
139 12 (243)
140 12 (255)
Extra SP
• All cygnus knights except Mihile - Job quest = 3 SP (3rd job)
• Mihile - 1 extra SP for 1st job.

Nova and Sengoku

• Beginner: ${\displaystyle 1\times Level}$ up to Level 7 (max 6 SP)
• First job: ${\displaystyle 5+3\times (Level-10)}$ up to level 30 (max 65 SP)
• Second job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-30)}$ up to Level 60 (max 94 SP)
• Third job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-60)}$up to Level 100 (max 124 SP)
• Fourth job: SP Allocation as shown.
Level SP given (Total SP)
100 3 (3)
101 3 (6)
102 3 (9)
103 6 (15)
104 3 (18)
105 3 (21)
106 6 (27)
107 3 (30)
108 3 (33)
109 6 (39)
110 6 (45)
Level SP given (Total SP)
111 4 (49)
112 4 (53)
113 8 (61)
114 4 (65)
115 4 (69)
116 8 (77)
117 4 (81)
118 4 (85)
119 8 (93)
120 8 (101)
Level SP given (Total SP)
121 5 (106)
122 5 (111)
123 10 (121)
124 5 (126)
125 5 (131)
126 10 (141)
127 5 (146)
128 5 (151)
129 10 (161)
130 10 (171)
Level SP given (Total SP)
131 6 (177)
132 6 (183)
133 12 (195)
134 6 (201)
135 6 (207)
136 12 (219)
137 6 (225)
138 6 (231)
139 12 (243)
140 12 (255)

Heroes and Resistance

• Beginner: ${\displaystyle 1\times Level}$ up to Level 7 (max 6 SP)
• First job: ${\displaystyle 5+3\times (Level-10)}$ up to level 30 (max 65 SP)
• Second job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-30)}$ up to Level 60 (max 94 SP)
• Third job: ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-60)}$ up to Level 100 (max 124 SP)
• Fourth job (Evan): ${\displaystyle 4+3\times (Level-100)}$ up to Level 200 (max 304 SP)
• Fourth job (others): SP Allocation as shown.
Level SP given (Total SP)
100 3 (3)
101 3 (6)
102 3 (9)
103 6 (15)
104 3 (18)
105 3 (21)
106 6 (27)
107 3 (30)
108 3 (33)
109 6 (39)
110 6 (45)
Level SP given (Total SP)
111 4 (49)
112 4 (53)
113 8 (61)
114 4 (65)
115 4 (69)
116 8 (77)
117 4 (81)
118 4 (85)
119 8 (93)
120 8 (101)
Level SP given (Total SP)
121 5 (106)
122 5 (111)
123 10 (121)
124 5 (126)
125 5 (131)
126 10 (141)
127 5 (146)
128 5 (151)
129 10 (161)
130 10 (171)
Level SP given (Total SP)
131 6 (177)
132 6 (183)
133 12 (195)
134 6 (201)
135 6 (207)
136 12 (219)
137 6 (225)
138 6 (231)
139 12 (243)
140 12 (255)
• Battle Mage - Clearing job quest after 2nd job advancement = 6 SP (2nd job)

Child Of God, Zero

• Total SP (on Zero Alpha and Zero Beta each): ${\displaystyle 8+3\times (Level-100)}$ up till Level 200 (max 308 SP each)
• Note: The starting 8 SP will be automatically invested into 'Long Sword Mastery' for Zero Alpha and 'Great Sword Mastery' for Zero Beta.

Hyper Skill SP

Hyper skils have 2 categories of SP: SP and AP. SP stands for Skill-Passive Points and AP stands for Active-skill Points. Every job has its unique SP and AP skill list, since their active skills will differ from jobs and their skill upgrades will depend on its job skills.

Zero will not receive any Hyper Skill SP as they are the Transcendents of Time, so they will receive Transcedent Skills instead of Hyper Skills, which are automatically mastered when certain levels are met for the specific skills.

• Level 140: 1 SP
• Level 150: 1 AP
• Level 160: 1 SP
• Level 170: 1 AP
• Level 180: 1 SP
• Level 190: 1 SP
• Level 200: 1 SP, 1 AP
• Total: 5 SP, 3 AP

Total AP

Levelling AP: ${\displaystyle 4+Level\times 5}$

• +5 AP for completing 3rd Job Advancement (automatically given for Zero)
• +5 AP for completing 4th Job Advancement (automatically given for Zero)