a returner’s magic should be special mangadex, so read on to learn how you can get yours up and running in no time!
If you’ve ever wanted to be a returner, but always come up short in your quest for skills, look no further than the Returners’ Magic skill itself.
For over 100 levels, this is indeed one of the most powerful skills in the game – it has more than enough potential for even high-level players.
However, there are some things that you need to know about this skill if you’re going to make full use of its potential.
Before we get to the juicy details, though, let’s quickly go over the basics of what Returners’ Magic is and how it works.
Firstly, it’s a passive skill that doesn’t need to be cast – it’s always on! However, you will still need to put 8 points into it before it can start giving you any benefits.
There is no set amount of Magic attack or defense that this skill gives – instead, you get a steady increase of damage and defense each time you kill monsters while the skill is activated.
You get an increase of 1 damage for each monster you kill while the skill is activated, up to 11.
Additionally, you get 1 defense for every 100 monsters that you kill while the skill is up to level 20. For every level after that, your defense will increase by 1.
1. Get ready to kill a lot of monsters
As you can see from the numbers above, your magic skill will increase quite rapidly when you start using it.
You don’t have to put 8 points into the skill straight away – when you have enough points for a level, just upgrade and then go back to killing monsters.
Of course, this means that you will have a limited amount of skills in your deck when starting out. However, this is also a good thing because it means that upgrading skills costs less XP in the long run.
2. Get to know your character
Notice that, despite the fact that you get an increase in damage and defense each time you kill monsters, there’s no mention of what kind of monster or how many hits it takes to do so.
This is because the actual amount of damage dealt depends on your character’s level – increases in level cause increases in weapon skills and increases in monster defense, for example!
Your class also affects the damage done when attacking.
While there are some high level monsters around 164, experience can be gained from killing monsters up to level 158 – so if you’re serious about using this skill, don’t focus on maxing out your character’s power. Instead, just try to get the highest level that your character can handle.
3. Use the freebie monster-killing skills to start off with
It’s not necessary to have all the freebie monster-killing skills available when you start out – I recommend taking mana control first, then chance of evasion and only then elemental protection.
It’ll be good enough to get you through your first levels of use! But of course, it’s still useful to have these skills around for later on.
4. Know your class and build your deck
It’s very important to know what kind of class you’re playing as when using this skill – it affects damage and defense, after all! If you’re a warrior, for instance, your magic skill will increase at a much slower rate than a mage’s for example.
So, try to play a class that has a high weapon skill and a low magic skill.
With these things in mind, here is the list of the best classes for being returners:
You have relatively few weapons to rely on as well as high HP. Your magic skill is also very damaging, so it’s a good choice for a warrior.
You have a relatively high weapon skill but low HP, so this is really good for an angel. The increase in defense with monsters is great for them as well.
Your magic skill is excellent from the start, and with your high defense from equipment, you can make use of them to try beating monsters with pure skills.
An elf’s weapon skill is high, and they get a lot of defense from equipment! Play an elf if you want a good tank that can deal damage.
This is a class that has average attack and defense, but low HP. This makes them a great choice for using this skill because you get a lot of extra damage to make up for your lack of HP.