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How to Earn Penya for Each Flyff Class
Some of the best gear in Flyff cost billions of Penya currency, so you may be inclined to just settle and wear mediocre gear. Thankfully, you won't have to. This short guide will give you tips on how to earn Penya fast for all class types, whether you are an Acrobat, Assist, Mercenary or Magician.
Acrobats are long-distance specialists who use bows and yoyos to snipe at enemies from afar. They are fast, tricky and very mobile. But in terms of leveling, they are a tad slower than the other classes because of their relative squishiness and the fact that their skills are more geared for taking down single-target mobs.
Acrobats must concentrate on reaching level 45 as fast as possible, where their Penya-making potential begins to catch up with the other classes. By level 45, Acrobats can begin equipping the rare Cruiser armor set which grants a large boost in Bow and Yoyo attack powers. Add to this a powerful, fast-shooting weapon like a Flaming Bow and your Acrobat can start clearing mobs and racking up Penya like a boss.
If Acrobats are notoriously slow levelers, Assists are popular for their furious leveling pace in the early to mid levels. Their secret: Access to area-of-effect damage spells. They are also famously easy to gear compared to other classes. These combine to make Assists great at earning Penya early on, but their moneymaking potential tapers off at the higher endgame levels.
Assists must focus on farming Penya starting from level 15 all the way to 70-ish. They can do this with either the full support or battle builds, although the former is considered by many to be slightly more superior in leveling given the right buffs. Assists should try to complete their level 45 Wedge or Flury sets will experience significantly less downtime when grinding Penya due to the increased defense and 20% less FP and MP consumption bestowed by the sets.
Mercenaries are close-range bruisers who excel in pounding enemies to the ground with their physical assaults. They are also the sturdiest of the classes, capable of taking a beating that would kill the rest of the other classes.
The Mercenary is one of two class types that can pull off plug hunting, arguably one of the best ways to earn Penya in Flyff. Veterans of plug hunting recommend taking on a Dexterity build and completing a Pangrill set plus a Masquerpet Axe. With this topnotch gear and after hitting around level 50, the Mercenary can start farming Rockepellers in the air space between Flaris and Darkon.
The activity is called plug hunting because of the very expensive plug+9 that drop from these mobs. Mercenaries will need to master the art of chasing down the flying Rockepellers, and will benefit from upgrading their weapons to Earth to deal more damage to these Electric-attuned monsters.
Magicians are the designated offensive spell casters in Flyff. They can decimate an enemy at a distance like the Acrobat, but instead of being more mobile and agile, they can inflict slows to kite enemies while they stay relatively stationary.
Along with the Mercenary, the Magician is the only other class that can reasonably go on a plug hunting expedition. Magicians are excellent at plug hunting because of their high damage output that can burst down the monsters in a jiffy. Experts recommend going a full Int build for maximum spell damage potential, but a few of the more recent hybrid builds that pile on Attack speed and Crit on top of Int may also work.