Revelation Online is an ambitious and breathtaking new MMO in which players will discover an amazing adventure. Hopefully these tips will help you get started and build some cash, starting with some of the standard tips every former MMO player should remember to specific Imperial Coins making in Revelation Online.
Save Money Early
Sure, you can spend your cash on gear as soon as you have it, but it’s better to use whatever gear you find while grinding through the weaker enemies available at early levels. Drops should carry you for a while until you can farm more valuable items. Speaking of which.
Farm Popular Items
Unlike many MMOs, you won’t be able to craft right away, as the crafting and gathering systems have a separate skill tree (more on that later). However, once you’ve gained a few levels enemies should start dropping items higher level players need but don’t have the time to farm themselves. Once you identify the item which is in high demand, keep farming and sell it in the auction house. This will give enough Revelation Online Imperial Coins to upgrade your gear.
Go Out and Quest
As always, the game provides a number of rewards via quests you can find in town. This includes Imperial Coins and gear as well as gyth notes for buying items from NPC. There are also special dailies and weekly quests to complete that can be unlocked more when you have higher levels.
Specific Revelation Online Tricks
Buy from NPCs instead of Other Players
NPCs are generally undercut in MMOs. Quests in RO don’t just provide Gythil- they also provide gyth notes, which can only be used at NPCs. Unless you really need something NPCs don’t offer, it’s better to buy from NPCs and save your actual gythil as long as you have gyth notes to spare.
Daily quests provide an important boost to experience, but the real target is the Secret Market daily quest unlocked at level 35. This daily is a repeatable source of gyth notes, which will save you plenty of actual Imperial Coins as you push towards the level cap. It may sound like a higher level, but the tutorial and early story/daily quests should help you grind to 35 relatively quickly.
It is better to save up Imperial Coins to spend on end-game gear or upgrading your guild.
Salvage Unneeded Items
Items can be sold on the auction house from any auction NPC (or anywhere if you’ve unlocked the right traits), but after auction fees you might not get much, and selling directly to NPCs is a great way to get ripped off. RO allows you to salvage any unneeded items for gyth notes and hematite (a useful crafting material), so in many cases you’re better off salvaging rather than selling. It’s also a great way to save up on inventory space.
Build a Crafting Alt
Alternate crafting accounts are a pretty common trick in MMOs, but RO works a little different. Crafting and gathering use the same pool of skill points, preventing you leveling both on the same character. It’s better to focus on gathering instead of crafting while leveling your first character, then level crafting on alts once you’re established and can easily acquire materials or currency to fund your crafting.
Each player’s account does get 6 character slots at no charge, although like many facts listed here, that could change once the game leaves beta testing. The developers might also add a cash option to expand your character slots, which would make it easier to specialize characters and strengthen their crafting.
This is only a basic guide to help you get started. MMOs have always rewarded those who put in the necessary effort, finding opportunities and building their character to success. Hopefully with these tips, you can get the ball rolling and build your Imperial Coins stash to make the game easy.