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  1. Frequently Asked Questions (Disclaimer, This was written by a Non-Staff member. Take everything I have to say with a grain of salt.) (I guess that's not right anymore) (Q). How do I do missions and when can I do them? (A). You can do missions at genin by clicking “D ranked Mission†within the little (Q). How do I turn in missions? (A). By clicking the “D ranked Mission†Button again upon completion. You may complete 8 missions a day, and it is recommended to do so to maximize the amount of gains you get that day. (Q). How do I complete _____ Mission? (A). Here are some D ranks and how to complete them. Feel free to post screenshots of all other known D ranks from other villages for them to be added. Target Practice Solution: Defeat 3 Opponents in the “Battle Arena†found under the Who Are you going to call? Pest Smashers! Solution: Kill 7 black rats, You can just step one tile off the village and then back on repeatedly. (Q). Where can I find ____ location? (A). If you are on a computer, you can hover over any location on the map with your cursor and see the name of the territory in the bottom left corner of the map. For mobile users there is a map here that labels all the territories. (Q). Where is Surgery!? How am I supposed to increase my health? (A). Surgery was removed in Core 3, The only way to increase health is by completing Missions As well as Elemental Mastery Quests unlocked at Chuunin and higher. (Q). How do I beat my Elemental Mastery Quest? (A). Purchase your elemental amulet from the item shop. Itemshop -> Armor -> Third Page (Q). Where is my Chuunin Elemental Mastery Quest? (A). Here is a list of locations and their respective elements. 19.7 Howling Den (Wind) 6.15 Tortoise Lake (Water) 17.13 Flame Peak (Fire) 11.8 Bamboo Fields (Earth) 12.11 Skycut Stones (Lightning) (Q). How do I restart my Elemental Mastery Quests? (A). The Icon -> Logbook -> Quests -> Reactivate on your EM. (Q). How do I complete the Chuunin reactivate-able fire EM? It won't complete... (A). Start at 22.15 and kill the flame target Move to 22.16 and kill the second Go to 21.8 and heal Go to 23.15 and kill the third target Go to 23.16 and kill the fourth target Open your logbook (Q). What are the caps for ______ Rank? (A). Genin: 160k HP, 80k Offense/Defense, 16k Generals, 32k Pools. Chuunin: 1.6mil HP, 800k Offense/Defense, 160k Generals, 160k EM, 160k Pools. Jounin: 2mil HP, 1mil Offense/Defense, 200k Generals, 200k EM, 200k Pools. EJ: 2.5mil HP, 1.25mil Offense/Defense, 250k Generals, 250k EM, 250k Pools. (Q). Do I need a sensei? Do they still give boosts like they did in C2? (A). No you do not require a sensei They can simply give you advice and maybe if they're nice they will give you some ryo. Sensei's are just aesthetic in C3 and are just a name attached to your profile. They do not give boosts to training in Core 3 (Q). how do I kill the angry cat/black komodo/dwarf komodo (A). Angry cat is 1 shot with Senbon Black komodo is 1 shot with Pointy Stick Dwarf Komodo is 1 shot with Blunt Darts. (Q). Where do I buy Kunai in the item shop to complete the logbook (A). Item shop -> Items (NOT WEAPONS) -> Kunai (Q). How do I turn in my logbook? (A). Hit the icon and click Logbook, If it has been completed It will automatically turn in. (Q). How do I upload an Avatar? (Q). I uploaded an Avatar and it's still showing "Default Picture" how do I fix it? (A).The small gear icon -> User Preferences -> Change Avatar -> The file must be a .gif and not exceed 100x100 pixels or 200kb file size.(This can be increased by purchasing Federal Support) If it doesn't appear to be changing press F5 a few times to refresh the page assets and it should show your newly uploaded Avatar. You must be a Genin or higher to upload an avatar (Q). When should I rank up from AS or Genin (A). This is a preference but most players will rank up to Genin as fast as possible While Chuunin on the other hand players have mixed feelings about, Some players will rank up to Chuunin the moment they cap their genin pools at 32000 to reap the benefits of higher regeneration rate and gains from C rank missions as a chuunin. Other players choose to rank hold genin in order to get slightly stronger in hopes of maximizing their survival chances when they rank up. The fact of the matter is you will die. Everybody dies at some point, Even the top 10 players in the game die. (Q). How do I get a bloodline? (A). You must be a genin and go to “Town Hall†and then click “Bloodline Clinic†As a genin you get one free roll chance at a bloodline, It has a chance to roll any bloodline in the game. If you have no bloodline, It’s not the end of the world. There are plenty of strong and successful players that do not have a bloodline. For the most part, They will give you a small advantage such as 10-15% more damage with your bloodlines elemental jutsus and a 10-15% disadvantage to it’s elemental weakness. It’s a fancy name and some jutsus. D rank Bloodlines such as “Monolith†and “Avalanche†have small boosts and no disadvantage. Although they have no bloodline jutsus or elements attached to them. Village bloodlines and S rank bloodlines can only be obtained by rolling your free chance at the bloodline clinic, They cannot be purchased and are luck based. If you want one bad enough you are able to “reset†your account via “User Preferences†and wait one week for it to be reset and then rank up to genin and try your luck again. It is recommended that you do not do this unless you’re doing it to your alternate account, Unless you like waiting on both accounts to be reset all week. Do not make 100 accounts trying to get an S rank or a village bloodline, This is against the rules and will get you banned. Bloodlines can be purchased via the “Black Market†for reputation points bought with real currency, Micro transactions. In most cases if you save up enough ryo, You can find a reputation point seller(Rep seller) and buy enough points from them to purchase your bloodline without reaching for your wallet. Please be careful when doing this, As some people will scam you out of your ryo. Always use a moderator as a transaction middleman to not get robbed blind. To find a moderator click the small gear icon and click “Game Help†and then “Crew list†and look for one to help you. (Q). What’s the best offense? (A). All of the offenses are meant to balance each other out, There is not one that is considered to be stronger than the others. It just comes down to player preference. Although this is the default answer, This is not very true. Taijutsu is genuinely stronger than the others, For instance a Buki jutsu and a Tai jutsu of the same rank. Buki: Base value: 8617. Bonus/lvl: 19.2 Tai: Base value: 12020. Bonus/lvl: 11.06 Not only does the Tai have a higher base value, It scales higher and has a stun while the Buki has measly residual damage. This is the case with 90% of Tai jutsus, Want to be overpowered? Pick Tai. Taijutsu > Ninjutsu > Bukijutsu > Genjutsu Taijutsu is considered the strongest raw damage and has the highest base values, It has a lot of stuns but generally has less tags than the others “to balance it out†(lies). Genjutsu is considered the weakest raw damage and has the lowest base values, It has more tags than all of the others. Gen is a bag of skittles. In most cases it is considered to be “Hard Mode†due to it’s slow start up. Ninjutsu is middle of the road base values and amount of tags, Some of which are self healing tags. Bukijutsu is also middle of the road base values and amount of tags. Though as most Buki users will tell you, It’s a pain. You must be carrying the weapon needed for each jutsu, If it’s a shuriken or kunai or anything disposable it is used in battle and if you don’t have anymore, You can’t use that jutsu until you buy more. This often results in Buki users dying to people they regularly beat, Because they forgot to stock up between every fight. Another drawback to Bukijutsu is that weapons that aren’t disposable, Such as crafted weapons you buy from player weaponsmiths need to be repaired often or you will break them. Weapons bought from the “Itemstore†cannot be repaired, Weapons from weaponsmiths can be repaired by the weaponsmith. But unless directly asked, It will probably sit in limbo on the repair screen forever unless somebody is really really nice. (Q). What stats should I train (A). Generally you will train one offense and all of your defenses. This is a choice and entirely up to you. A lot of players won’t train offense until genin when they learn if they have a bloodline so they can train for that bloodlines offense. Your generals (IE. Strength, Intelligence, Speed, and Willpower) are used in your jutsus to increase damage. Each jutsu has a general such as Jutsu Effects Deals damage based on your and your opponents stats. Damage is based on willpower. Base value: 8617. Bonus/lvl: 19.2 Decrease target Buki defense for 1 rounds. Percentage-based. Base factor: 26.693. Bonus/lvl: 0.083. Give target amount of residual damage for 3 rounds. Base value: 0. Bonus/lvl: 0.0136. Do not train your generals for your genin jutsu(s) unless you plan to be genin permanently, Chances are your genin jutsu(s) will not share generals with your chuunin jutsus and so on. (Q). Where do I go to see my Jutsu(s) and Jutsu levels? (A). Under the icon and click “My Jutsuâ€. To see individual information on your jutsu(s) You must click it’s type and your jutsu(s) should appear under that menu along with their levels. By clicking the name of the jutsu you can view it’s damage values as well as it’s tags(Effects). Jutsus are soft capped at level 100 and from there can no longer be trained with ryo and must either be trained with Jutsu Mastery, Or by using them in combat. In Pvp(Person vs. Person) the gains are higher than they are against AI, So leveling them on players is faster than leveling them on AI. (Q). When can I be a medic? and how do I gain medic levels? (A). You gain the ability to become a “medic†at chuunin, It is under “Occupations†and then “Surgeonâ€. To gain medic levels you must use 100,000 points of chakra or stamina for 1 level. As a medical ninja your objective is to heal villagers. You can heal villagers using Chakra at 9.1 HP/CP or Stamina at 8.6 HP/SP Chakra: Level: 82 - Experience: 817385 Stamina: Level: 77 - Experience: 767623 (Q). I keep hearing about ragebars and toolbars, What are they and what do they do? (A). A ragebar is a kind of toolbar created by players from the community that allow you to use an overlay layout and key binds to perform actions. Such as movement on the map becoming WASD, Hot keys for combat, Scouting, Waking up, Sleeping, and so on. Some Ragebars have an overlay that allows you to quickly access the bank and withdraw/Deposit or send ryo by having the amount pre-typed out before ever waking up. As well as being able to train in an instant by having your training amount typed out. Always log in from the regular Theninja-rpg.com domain before using a ragebar, Do not log in on them. Ragebars: Shikabar Mobile toolbars are an overlay of bookmarks that allow you to more easily play the game on mobile, Allowing you to train or use the bank without having to fiddle with your phone for 3 minutes and die to a raider. Mobile Toolbars: Shika Ninjaboy Kayume's Bar (Q). I keep dying to people when I try to train! Help!? (A). It is highly recommended that you always train away from the village, Move a few spaces away in any direction and then train. Do not do it on top of your village because raiders are always passing through and will most likely kill you and keep moving. If you have recently killed a player in another village and do not have positive diplomacy there, You have been added to their bounty book and are being bounty hunted until your next death. If you are having trouble getting off the village in a timely fashion even with a ragebar, It is recommended to change your layout to “Light†in “User Preferences†as it will make your pages load a little faster. Though it is hard to get used to how ugly it is in comparison, It is faster than default. (Q). What is a profession and how do I get one? (A). Professions are broken into two categories, "Crafting" and "Gathering". Herbalist, Miner, and Hunter are "Gathering" professions and require you to collect items from around the map via the "scout area" page, You can be attacked while gathering. Armor Craftsman, Weaponsmith, and Chef are "Crafting" professions and require the materials gathered from "Gathering" professions to make their crafts. Professions require that you buy the corresponding "tool" from the item shop in order to start them. Herbalist(requires Herbalist Pouch): You collect and process herbs from around the map and deep into uncharted, These herbs can be used to craft items that stock the village hospital and once the hospital is full players have a random chance at free sign out for a duration of time. Miner(requires Miner's Toolkit): You collect and process rare metals and sell the materials to Weaponsmiths and Armor Craftsman. Hunter(requires Hunter's Toolkit): You find Herds around the map and process them hides into Leather and Meat. Leather can be sold to Armor Craftsman to make armor, and Meat can be sold to Chef's to make health items. Weaponsmith(requires Smithy): Craft weapons and materials for Armor Craftsman to make armor as well as repair weapons. Chef(requires Cooking Gear): Chef's craft in battle health items, Consumables, and out of battle health items with Meat from Hunters and herbs from Herbalists. Armor Craftsman(requires Work Bench): You can create armor and repair armor with materials from the other professions, Armor is equipped in your inventory and serves as damage and random AI encounter reduction. Here is the list of craft-able armor. Simple Set Leather Set Grand Leather Set Studded Leather Set Jounin Village Armor Set(Name changes based on village) - Same armor value as Decorated Set Decorated Jounin Armor Set - Same armor value as Jounin Village Armor Set Steel EJ Armor Set EJ Village Armor Set(Name changes based on village) (Known non-repairable Event armors sets) Demonhide Set Mirror Set (Q). What profession should I be? (A). Whatever you want to be. If you want to be helpful in your village it's best to ask around in the Tavern what your village needs. Villages are always in need of Armor Craftsman. Although it takes a long time and a lot of materials, You can make a profit easily by selling armor to villagers via the "Grand Market" and repairing armor via "Armor Repairs". New Chu and having trouble surviving? Try Purr's "Fresh Player Guide" T_T It won't center.
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