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Tuna Weapon
« on: July 27, 2016, 10:43:38 »
The Advance Grade


The Special Grade


And the Artifact Grade


The point of this post / thread is about this...




The badge that I am referring to, which is shown on the above images seems harder to get than the other two badges. And as said in its description, "Badge that can be obtained from normal gangs in Metro City". Yes, it is true and it does drop. But the drop rate is very very very low (pardon the redundancy). Like, you'll get a piece on every run. But most of the time, YOU DON'T GET ANY. It is farmable, but with the drop rate and the amount / number of that specific badge needed from advance to artifact, it'll take you months or even more to create one.

I've also asked few players who own one, and told me that it's not that hard to obtain, and it took them just an hour or two to get / reach the artifact grade. But that was before. Probably before the changes occurred.

Admins / GMs, can you please look into this? Thank you!

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Re: Tuna Weapon
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2016, 10:52:39 »
The bronze badge? You get it from the first stage of the Metro City. The easiest way to farm it would be quitting the dungeon whenever you're about to enter the first boss, then re-enter it as necessary.

Did you enter the Metro City solo, or you have another character in the party with you? If the other character's lv is lower, then the monsters' lv could end up outside your main character's range.
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Re: Tuna Weapon
« Reply #2 on: July 27, 2016, 11:09:14 »
The bronze badge? You get it from the first stage of the Metro City. The easiest way to farm it would be quitting the dungeon whenever you're about to enter the first boss, then re-enter it as necessary.

Did you enter the Metro City solo, or you have another character in the party with you? If the other character's lv is lower, then the monsters' lv could end up outside your main character's range.

Im doing it solo. No other character included.