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Luvinia Blog: GM_EvilFoxtel’s Tailoring Guide!

Posted by OSK_Luvinia Friday October 28 2011 at 1:34PM
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GM_EvilFoxtel’s Tailoring Guide
 
The following is based on my personal experience, and has been created as a general guide for players to get started as a tailor in Luvinia.
 
The very first step in becoming a great tailor is to work on your skinning skill.  Kill monsters with “High Quality Fur” above their name and skin them to work on your skinning skill.
 
Junior Tailor (levels 1-3)
Level 1-2:  20 EXP.
Produce Crude Fur for 3 exp each.  You’ll need 7 crude fur (35 crude fur fragments) to level up.
Level 2-3: 30 EXP.
Produce Crude Fur for 2 exp each.  You’ll need 15 crude fur (75 crude fur fragments) to level up.
Level 3-4: 40 EXP.
Produce Crude Fur for 1 exp each.  You’ll need 40 crude fur (200 crude fur fragments) to level up.
As a junior tailor, you can create Traveler’s Luggage (6 backpack slots) by combining 20 crude fur and 4 fur softening agent.  Each Traveler’s Luggage created will grant you 4 EXP.
Skinning Levels
Level 1-2:  150exp (150 successful skinning attempts)
Level 2-3:  300exp (150 successful skinning attempts)
Level 3-4:  600exp (150 successful skinning attempts)
 
Novice Tailor (levels 4-6)
Level 4-5: 90 EXP
Produce Light Skin for 3 exp each.  You’ll need 30 Light Skin (150 Light Skin Fragments) to level up.
Level 5-6: 120 EXP
Produce Light Skin for 2 exp each.  You’ll need 30 Light Skin (300 Light Skin Fragments) to level up.
Level 6-Senior Tailor: 160 EXP
Produce Light Skin for 1 exp each.  You’ll need 30 Light Skin (800 Light Skin Fragments) to level up.

Luvinia Livestream!

Posted by OSK_Luvinia Wednesday October 26 2011 at 3:04PM
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Did you happen to miss the third Luvina Live Stream?  You can check it, or any previous Live Streams, out at our Official Live Stream page!

Here's a taste of what you're missing!

Luvinia PvP Knowledgebase

Posted by OSK_Luvinia Friday October 21 2011 at 10:15AM
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The Player vs. Player (PvP) system is a major feature of Luvinia. There are two different varieties of PvP: Faction vs. Faction and Internal Faction PvP. Killing your opposing faction will yield different results than defeating someone of your own faction. Let’s explore the rules of PvP in Luvinia.

Any player’s level of fame or infamy can be judged by looking at their name. Player names change from white (if they’re neutral in fame and infamy), to red (players with more than 20 crime points), and even to purple (players between 1 and 19 crime).

1. Crime

A) You currently have a white name.
     a) If you attack a character with a white name of your own faction, your name will turn purple for 20 seconds.
     b) If you kill a character with a white name of your own faction, your name will turn
red for one hour.
     c) If you attack or kill a purple named character of your own faction, your name will
turn purple for 20 seconds.
     d) There is no penalty for attacking or killing a red named character of your own
faction.
     e) If you heal or buff a red or purple named character, your name will turn purple for
20 seconds.

B) You currently have a purple name.
     a) If you attack a character with a white name of your own faction, your name will
turn purple for 20 seconds.
     b) If you kill a character with a white name of your own faction, your name will turn
red for 1 hour.
     c) If you attack or kill a character with a purple name of your own faction, your
name will turn purple for 20 seconds.
     d) There is no penalty for attacking or killing a red named character of your own
faction.
     e) If you heal or buff a red or purple named character, your name will turn purple for
20 seconds.

C) You currently have a red name.
     a) Your name will remain red if you attack a character with a white name of your
own faction.
     b) If you kill a character with a white name of your own faction, the system will add another full hour to your red name duration.

New Player Leveling Guide for Luvinia Online!

Posted by OSK_Luvinia Friday October 14 2011 at 12:29PM
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Sometimes starting a new game can be a daunting task.  But here at Luvinia, we'd love for everyone to have a fast track to the meat and potatoes of Luvinia Online!  We've created this guide to help players reach level 40 as quickly and painlessly as possible!

Levels 1-40 Quick Leveling Guide
 
Levels 1-10:
Fully complete the story quests and any sub-quests you find.  Your character will quickly reach level 10, and you’ll become a graduate of Geneway College!
 
Levels 11-19:
While you’re running the story quests, try to pick up a few suppression quests from the Suppression Quest NPC.  You can earn easy EXP just from defeating monsters you’ll have to defeat for the story quests anyway (beatles, spiders, scorpions, ants, mice, etc.).  Suppression quests can be completed solo, or join a party to make your leveling even easier.  Level 18 is the first level there are no story quests available, but the two sub-quests called “The Future Enemy” and “Giant Enemy” will tide you over until 19 when you’re ready to progress to Rainbow Path.
 
Levels 20-24:
Again, work on the storyline quests, and sprinkle in suppression quests when you can (cats, bees, wolves, fish, turtles, and kobolds).  Be sure to pick up the fish, turtle, and kobold suppression quest scrolls when you begin the necklace quest.  It’s best to run these quests at the same time, as you can knock them all out at the same time!  Once the necklace quest is finished, you’ll have three quests to choose from.  Simply take the “Clean up the odor” quest, finish it, and you should hit level 25.
 
Levels 25-29:
At level 25 you can begin to accept National Daily Quests.  Be sure to do the quest “Safety of Caravan” with two other quests, “Tyke Meat Hotpot” and “Training the Tyke”.  After you’ve finished all the quests available, you might need to do a few more suppression quests.  When you hit level 29, do the “Lizard Maceman” suppression quest with the storyline and sub-quests.
 
Levels 30-40:
Congratulations on hitting level 30!  At this point, you should spend some time working on bounty quests.  For best results, run the bounty quests along with suppression quests “Knife of the Robber” and “Thieves’ Dagger”.  When you hit 31, you can begin to do more story quests.  Finish these, hit level 35, and work on daily quests and more suppression quests.  It will take a bit of time and some patience to hit 40, but that’s when the real fun begins!
 
Interested in trying Luvinia Online?  It's free!  Head to Luvinia.Outspark.com for a quick and free download!

Luvinia Priest Class Guide and Live Stream!

Posted by OSK_Luvinia Friday October 7 2011 at 2:06PM
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Every two weeks, GM_MechaRambo and PixelPop host a Live Stream event for Luvinia!  If you were unlucky enough to miss it, you can still catch the last two streams on our official Livestream account!

http://livestre.am/14dWa

Luvinia Online has an absolute ton of subclasses available to players.  Perhaps the best support class out of the lot is the Priest Class!  In this week's blog, we wanted to offer a guide to maxing out the powerful Priest!

Equipment:
In the beginning of the game, stick with quest-rewarded gear.  If you’re interested in being ahead of the curve, hunt and kill wild bosses with a party and get your hands on some premium equipment.  I would suggest beginning to upgrade your gear starting at level 40.  Before this point, equipment drops and quest items should suffice a majority of the time.  After upgrading your gear, your daily quests, bounty quests, and elite monster quests will be much easier, meaning more levels much quicker.  Collecting boss cards is pretty cool, but embedding these cards is not 100% necessary in the early levels.  As a Priest, your number one stat should be intelligence.  After you have sufficient intelligence, start speccing your gear towards magic attack and HP.
 
Skill:
Below is a list of skills available to Priests.  I’ve ranked each skill with a star system.  One star (*) is a lower priority skill, and (***) is highest priority, with (**) in the middle.
 
1.      Beginner
a) Magic Blast: ***.  Easier leveling at early levels.
 
2.      Mage
a) Caster Training: **.  I like this skill, but it’s not completely necessary to level too high.
b) Introspection: **. Increasing your MP cap is always a great idea.
c) Staff Mastery: ***.  Increase your magic damage.
d) Defense Boost: ***.  Casters can be squishy.  De-squish with this skill.
e) Magic Missile: *.  Decent skill, but you’ll get better skills later.
f) Spiritual Blast: **.
g) Fireball: *.  This skill can’t be used once you become a Priest.
     
3.      Priest
a) Holy Faith: **.
b) Healing Stance: ***.  Increase your magic damage after casting any skill.
c) Blessed Recovery: **.
d) Divine Protection: **/***.  Increase your target’s defense.
e) Salvation: **.  Great for dungeons.
f) Touch of Blessing: ***.  Low casting time.  Great for boss fights.
g) Divine Renovation: *. Not much need to level this skill past level 1.
 
Depending on your build, you might want to use one or some of the following skills:
Blinding Blaze: Stuns monsters for 2 seconds.
Holy Light/Soul Purge: Maxing one of these skills is vital for Priests, both isn’t necessary.
Angelic Ring: AoE attack, but the damage lacks.
 
My suggestions for skills to skip completely:
1H Mace Mastery
Holy Cleaning
Divine Enchantment
Heal (the effects are just too low to waste SP on)
Attack Boost
 
Attributes:
Intelligence is the only useful attribute for Priests.  As for professional skills, non-paying users should stick with Alchemy, while players with lots of gold or paying users could go with forging or tailoring.
 
We hope this guide has offered a bit of insight into the Priest class of Luvinia Online!  If you'd like to try a Priest yourself, sign up for a free account at http://luvinia.outspark.com

See you in game!

October Feature - Luvinia Edition

Posted by OSK_Luvinia Tuesday October 4 2011 at 12:56PM
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Do you guys remember the Scavenger Hunt event MechaRambo hosted awhile back? The gist of it was to have participants take pictures of various objects/places with a special Luvinia Online signage. There are some memorable pictures that I would like to share with everyone on the Outspark portal because, simply put, they are awesome in every way possible. Big kudos go to those who submitted these images for the event!  
 
This is one of the first submissions to this event.  I still can't believe this player went out of his/her way of snapping a picture of a real horse with the Luvinia sign.  Do you think the horsie liked it?  All I can see are his veins on the face. *___*  Awkward moment to say the least.
 
 
Another animal shot!  The nostrils of this goat stand out a lot!!  Let's hope it didn't eat the piece of paper.  >_____<
 
 
I always wonder what people do after they get tattoos of obvious brand names (like this one) on their body.  At least hair can be grown out.
 
 
This participant tried really hard, but didn't have the luck as the other players.  And so s/he took a picture of a piglet on TV.  Very creative I have to say!
 
 
I am very impressed with the four streetlights present in this picture!!  Oh and of course the effort this participant is giving to reach the City sign. :D
 
 
More animals!!  I think Luvinia players are all animal lovers, thus the endless pet pictures they took for this event.
 
 
And this is, by far, one of my personal favourites!!! Is that a hippo?
 
 
Once again, thank you for all those who contributed to this wall of awesome-ness.  If you are interested in seeing more event submissions, please visit HERE.  Outspark INC. is in no way, shape, or form advertising for the brands appeared in above images.  Photo courtesy of event participants.
 
Interested in sending in pictures to show your LUV? Visit the Luvinia forums and submit your creatives to the Event Discussion page.
Interested in sending in pictures to show your LUV?  Visit the Luvinia forum and submit your creatives to the Event Discussion page.Do you guys remember the Scavenger Hunt event MechaRambo hosted a few months back?   The gist of it was to have participants take pictures of various objects/places with a special Luvinia Online signage. There are some memorable pictures that I would like to share with everyone on the Outspark portal because, simply put, they are awesome in every way possible.  Big kudos go to those who submitted these images for the event! Do you guys remember the Scavenger Hunt event MechaRambo hosted a few months back?   The gist of it was to have participants take pictures of various objects/places with a special Luvinia Online signage. There are some memorable pictures that I would like to share with everyone on the Outspark portal because, simply put, they are awesome in every way possible.  Big kudos go to those who submitted these images for the event!  
 
 
This is one of the first submissions to this event.  I still can't believe this player went out of his/her way of snapping a picture of a real horse with the Luvinia sign.  Do you think the horsie liked it?  All I can see are his veins on the face. *___*  Awkward moment to say the least.
 
 
Another animal shot!  The nostrils of this goat stand out a lot!!  Let's hope it didn't eat the piece of paper.  >_____<
 
 
I always wonder what people do after they get tattoos of obvious brand names (like this one) on their body.  At least hair can be grown out.
 
 
This participant tried really hard, but didn't have the luck as the other players.  And so s/he took a picture of a piglet on TV.  Very creative I have to say!
 
 
I am very impressed with the four streetlights present in this picture!!  Oh and of course the effort this participant is giving to reach the City sign. :D
 
 
More animals!!  I think Luvinia players are all animal lovers, thus the endless pet pictures they took for this event.
 
 
 
And this is, by far, one of my personal favourites!!! Is that a hippo?
 
 
Once again, thank you for all those who contributed to this wall of awesome-ness.  If you are interested in seeing more event submissions, please visit HERE.  Outspark INC. is in no way, shape, or form advertising for the brands appeared in above images.  Photo courtesy of event participants.
 
Interested in sending in pictures to show your LUV?  Visit the Luvinia forum and submit your creatives to the Event Discussion page.