MapleStory Adventures: Warrior Job Class Character Build

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       Here's a simple guide for MapleStory Adventures Warrior job class. Learn the pros
and cons to find if it will fit your gaming style! The warriors are fierce fighters who wear heavy armor and prefer to attack at close range.
- Warrior Job Class -

       Refer to the screenshot above, warrior job class: 1st character in the left.

     - Highest Power and Dodge Output!
     - High Dodge Chance - can equip shield early on. Compensates warrior's attack range.
     - Higher Attack Power - warrior's gears have more Attack Power plus Shields.
     - Extra Stuns - your 1st and 3rd hits will stun enemies. This will greatly compensate your
warrior's attack range.

     - Average Critical Output.
     - Melee (Close Attack Range) - get's hit more often = lower energy = lower EXP gain.
     - Expensive - needs lots of enchant scrolls to increase Power, Dodge and Critical Strike
chances. Add Lucky Chance to further increase your EXP gain (optional).

     - 2 Handed Swords - this is debatable but I recommend to:
     - Use it only when your Coat and Pants are adequately enchanted  to compensate the lack
of Shield. 2 Handed Swords will get rid of your equipped Shield (your choice still).

     - Long Coats - this is debatable but I recommend to:
     - Use it only when you are not using 2 Handed Swords and have an adequately enchanted
Shield (your choice still).

- General Skill Building -

       MapleStory Adventures has a friendly skill set and requirements. As long that you have
the required number of skill permits and coins, you can maximize all skills! Here are some tips.

     - Skill groups: 1 vs 1 skills (hits 1 enemy) and Area of Effect skills (hits multiple enemies).
     - Choose and concentrate on one skill for 1 on 1 and one for area of effect.

     - Higher leveled skills have better damage percentage output.
     - When you have unlocked a new skill, try to learn and maximize it according to your level.
Most of the time, a new level 1 or 2 skill will have better damage percentage output than a maximized lower leveled skill under similar skill group.

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