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A Simple Guide to Farming
So Simple, A Caveman Could do It! I think......

by: Drakyloid
Formerly by: PD


Note: To get to a certain section of my guide, use the the Search Function (First, hold the Control button (the "Ctrl" button under the Shift keys) or the Command button for Macs, then while holding the "Ctrl" button, press the letter "F" on your keyboard. Then go to your desired section by copying and pasting the text in brackets (Ex: [FG03]). Then press the "Enter" button (The biggest button on top of the right Shift key).

Table of Contents
1. Introduction [FG01]
2. What is Farming? [FG02]
3. How to Farm Correctly [FG03]
3.1. X Boost [FG03.1]
3.2. Ballyhoo! [FG03.2]
4. Levels 1-5 [FG04]
5. Levels 6-10 [FG05]
6. Levels 11-15 [FG06]
7. Levels 16-20 [FG07]
8. Levels 21-25 [FG08]
9. Levels 25-30 [FG09]
10. Levels 30-33 [FG10]
11. Levels 33-35 [FG11]
12. Levels 35-40 [FG12]
13. Levels 40-45 [FG13]
Progress Log [FGPL]
Credits And Thanks [FGC&T]
In Conclusion [FGIC]




[FG01]

1. Introduction

Welcome to my third guide! This guides will cover a very popular topic: farming, and where to farm. If you don't know what this term means, then this guide will tell you it what farming exactly is. Ever you could acquire a lot of credits in a short time so you could get that special weapon/mecha you've been envying for, or need a lot of Experience, so you could use your favorite mecha/ weapons? Then look no more, because this guide will help you rack in Credits and EXP (Experience) like a Gold mine. Enjoy my guide!


[FG02]

2. What is Farming?


I'm glad you asked, and I'll answer that question immediately. Farming is a term used in games when you are receiving a large amount of Experience or Money (or in Mechquest Terms, Credits). Farming works like this: It's so easy, a caveman can do it, I think........

1. You think you found a Quest/ Place/ Battle that offers good Experince/Credits/Both.
2. You will do that Quest/ Place/ Battle over, and over, and over again. (This the truly repetitive part of "Farming")
3. Slowly, you build up a massive pile of Experience, Money(Credits), or both.
4. Once you have done that Quest/ Place/ Battle so many times, you will have found yourself with a large amount of Experience, Money(Credits), or both, depending on what you did to acquire those rewards that you have desired so much.

That's what farming is and how it works!


[FG03]

3. How to Farm Correctly


Hold it right there mister! Before we start on the actual farming, we need to know how to make farming as least boring, and quick as possible. Many of these tips are used among the high-leveled players. Today, my farming secrets will be revealed to you! So, let's take a look.

1. It's all about getting your rewards fast and quick. These ideals will speed up farming ten fold:

  • First, Pick a Mecha that can destroy enemies as quickly as you can.
  • Second, Weapon choice is a crucial key. Pick you best weapons. (As in weapons that finish off enemies really fast) and equip them on there appropriate spots.
  • Third, pick weapons that have Fast attack animations, and still hit Hard. This crucial factor is key to fast and quick rewards.
  • Fourth, pick a good Attack order. Don't just spam random attack, pick an Attack Order that will do the best damage. Here's a good Example: (Thank you Speedy Fighters for providing this build setup for me!)

Chassis: Advanced Mysteraven V3
Front Shoulder: Crow's Star Cannon. (Flash Cannon Ammo)
Back Shoulders: Dual Strike
Head: Raging Bulk Blast.
Back Arm: Heavy Hook
Front Arm: Shiny Cutlass

Here's an example: We know that the Chassis attack gives you a +30% Damage Boost, and we know that these weapons when boosted by 30% extra boostage, do high damage. Plus, the Front Arm lowers defenses. So the Attack Order here would be (In order of use): Front Arm, Chassis Attack (A.K.A: Body/ Body Attack), Front Shoulder, Head, Back Shoulder, Back Arm.

The idea when coming up with a setup built for farming is the ideal of taking out your enemy out as fast as possible, so you can get your farming rewards out quickly. So always, when coming to farming set ups, you must think of these crucial factors: 1. Powerful equipment to do high damage, and 2, Something to always counter those nasty specials those enemies might have up their sleeves. This way, you will farm faster and more efficiently than ever.

P.S: If you ever think farming is starting to become very boring/tedious, play/listen to some music from your IPod/MP3 Player, or do anything else that will keep you not-so-bored when farming.



[FG03.1]

3.1. X-Boost


With the Introduction of X-Boost into MQ, it is relatively the same as an AdventureQuest X-Guardian Package. Here's how it works:

You can Buy this X-Boost from Tek's Mech's Rare Tech Shop. Once you buy it, You don't need to equip it for it to take a battle's effect. For every Battle you win with the X-Boost in your inventory, you can get 10% more Experience and Credits per battle! It comes in Packages of:

  • 1 Week - 100 Nova Gem's
  • 1 Month (30 Days) - 380 Nova Gems
  • Permanent - 1000 Nova Gems

    Now, you may be thinking: "WHOA! PRICEY!!!!!" This is not the case. 10% may not seem like much, but as your level gets higher, it'll help you level up more and with less effort than the rest of the competition does. If you can, I'd highly advise getting the Permanent Package as soon as you can manage to grab 1000 Nova Gems. It's the most worthwhile investment in the game, save for Inventory and Mecha Slots.

    In addition, upgrading to Star Captain status increases your Experience and Credit rewards by 25% for every battle you win, so upgrading to SC will speed up your farming even more!


    [FG03.2]

    3.2. Ballyhoo!


    I should've mentioned this earlier, but, now that Ballyhoo gives you a LOT of credits, for those of you who lose often, and hate to farm, you can just instead, every day, watch Ads... FOR CREDITS... AND EVEN NOVA GEMS! Yes, you heard me right people - Ballyhoo gives you chances daily for 5, 10, 25, or even 50 Nova Gems! And plus, she gives you more credit rewards than a normal battle, but only a few times a day. So if you remember to go to Ballyhoo every day, you can get lots of money, and even if you're lucky, Nova Gems! Isn't this like the deal of the century?

    How to get there: Soluna City > Cinemech > Watch Ads > Get Prize > Yes




    [FG04]

    4. Levels 1-5


    If you really want to land the ship, go ahead, but battling on the ship is better as far as farming goes. I know it's tedious but you'll have to cope with it. Only beginning levels will define the Split in character type between Non-Star Captains and Star Captains. From level 5 and beyond Star Captains and Non-Star Captains will both have the ability to Farm at the same spots! (Isn't that great!?)

    Non-Star Captains: Well, it's pretty basic here with the Newbatron. What you want is to use the battle button for a good amount of time. Getting Credits at the same time will help you get better weapons from Tek's shop. Get some there, and get ready to battle the Strange Blip. When you defeat him, you'll want to battle him again. And again. And again, until you reach level 5. He's good up to there. DON'T buy the Level 3 Mecha from Tek's Shop; go to Soluna City and choose one from there instead.

    Star Captains: All Star Captains get 200 NGs bonus with their upgrade. If you're a Star Captain already, then you have a good advantage here: Get the Kurosawa Okamoto from Tek's Mechs. Now here's the catch: You need to reach Level 5 within 24 hours. Doing this will give you a very good Nova Gem sell back on the Kurosawa. Other than that, farm to Level 5 using the Strange Blip. Don't land until you're Level 5. If you don't want to get the Kurosawa then that's fine if you want to save your NG's for something else, but there's not much that's worth getting at 200 NG unless you have a steady supply coming in. Or, you can also get the level 2 Monthly Rare mecha that is available from Tek's Dropship mecha shop, if you don't feel like using your precious nova Gems. (I suggest you invest your Nova Gems for an energy blade, as those come quite in handy.)

    Experience Spots

    The Hospital: Enter the Hospital--> Emergency--> Autopsy mini-game
    With a steady hand, you can rack up a good amount of Experience in a short amount of time. Good if you feel the need to level up very fast ion a short amount of time. In the mini-game, you can, if done skillfully, have received 100 EXP and 500 Credits by just doing the mini-game. Pretty good deal, don't you think?

    Credits Spots

    Mecharoni: Enter the Pizza Shop --> Talk to Parma John --> Click the quest which reads Order #66
    The fight may seem hard for such an Early level, but the rewards are definitely worth the trouble. If you think he is fearsome, don't worry about it. Rusty Rat DOES NOT have a special trick up his sleeves (or mecha Arms) for him to win unreasonably. All he does is attack. Nothing else is bad.



    [FG05]

    5. Levels 6-10


    Yay! Finally, you got more places to explore! But before we explore the universe in excitement and curiosity, let's look at the options when you are at Soluna City:

    Experience

    K&S:
    ULTIMATE, #1 place for farming! Up to a certain level, though. Some people still have a few second thoughts about this, due to the number of battles. However, in both EXP and Credits, the K&S is a terrific place to farm!

    Mecharoni:
    If Rusty Rat has become a Wimp by now, and he doesn't give you good enough rewards as he used to, you don't have to do Order #66 anymore. But, if you still want to farm off this place, go ahead.

    The Soluna Police Department:
    The Mega Lupus fight (after you retrieve Clue #14) is a nice alternative for the K&S or the Hospital, if you can't use those yet. Just beware, like the rusty rat, he is quite powerful, so you should bring some good equipment for battle.

    The Hospital:
    Another great farming place, it has good Experience rewards like the K&S. Most people claim this to be better than the K&S at Experience farming at these low levels. However, it's not just the Hospital in general; it's the Autopsy mini-game that helps you, as Icy says, "go from level 3-12 in under a day".

    GEARS University:
    Warlic's office's quests aren't that good, since they're really just storyline quests. But there is one place to offer, Pandora's Labyrinth. If you have agile fingers, you can get yourself some nice rewards credit wise only, unfortunately.

    Credits

    Pandora's Labyrinth:Enter Gears University --> Elevator --> Houses --> (Choose a house to enter)
    If you have agile fingers, you can get yourself some nice rewards. Once you know exactly where to go, it's fast and easy. The general recommendation is to kill the last enemy before the treasure chest. Oh, and one more thing, If you complete the quest, you will be given the chance to join the house. Be careful with this decision, as you will not be able to go to another house if desired unless you betray your house in one of the GEARS Games, which is an annual event. You may refuse to join if desired.

    Order #66: Enter the Pizza Shop --> Talk to Parma John --> Click the quest which reads Order #66
    Do this only if you think the rewards are still sufficient enough.

    The Soluna Police Department:Go to Police Station --> Officer Duncan--> Open Notebook --> Page 14 --> Mecha Detected at 1337 Falcon's Reach
    The Mega Lupus fight (after you retrieve Clue #14). People claim it's a good alternative to the K&S and the Autopsy mini-game. Don't click the Go Undercover button. Use the Mecha Detected at 1337 Falcon's Reach, then click "Enter!". You can use the heal option under "Go on Patrol!".


    [FG06]

    6. Levels 11-15


    Okay, now that you've gotten more powerful, there are some better places to farm. Here's the options that are the most viable to you. Oh, and one more thing, you should probably start farming for those powerful house mechas and the many rares Mechquest gives.

    Experience

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> Contest --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    You know the Drill. You should do the challenges that you can handle.

    Mega Lupus:Go to Police Station --> Officer Duncan--> Open Notebook --> Page 14 --> Mecha Detected at 1337 Falcon's Reach
    Don't click the Go Undercover button. Use the Mecha Detected at 1337 Falcon's Reach, then click "Enter!". You can use the heal option under "Go on Patrol!".

    Credits

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> Contest --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    Same as above

    Mega Spider: Go to Gears University --> Walk to an area with lots of Cobwebs, to the right of the entrance to Gears University.
    This farming place is in Gears University. When you enter Gears University, you will see an area that has a lot of stick webs. Go there, and a mega spider will attack you. Defeat this guy, and you will get 80 Experience and 500 credits. The only thing you need to be careful of is his stunning web attack. Do this as many times as possible without healing.


    [FG07]

    7. Levels 16-20


    Ugh, here's when farming becomes a nightmare. These levels feel so slow, it's almost de-humanizing. But the faster you get out of this level rut, the better, so here's a couple places you should go to speed up the process a bit.

    Experience

    Transmit to Artix: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Transmit to Artix
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    By far the best EXP farming quest in the game. If you hit all the correct buttons, you can complete this quest in around 30 seconds. While you only gain 3600 experience per run if done correctly, you can complete many runs in a short amount of time, and though it's repetitive, it's by far the fastest EXP farming quest in the game, averaging at about 400,000 EXP.

    If you're unsure on what to press, refer to this post in the New Release Thread Archive.

    Major Braddock Steele:

    Non-Star Captains: Go to Major Braddock Steele --> Fight Pet
    You can fight his Pet. Just watch out for those nasty special effects.

    Star Captains: Go to Major Braddock Steele --> Mission --> Suicide Mission
    SC: Do the Suicide Mission (eliminate all the SS units on the interface map.) Note: Don't Stray too far from the Healing Pad, as your escape might be cut off.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> Contest --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    Recommended: Diner Challenge 7, or the Challenge that you can do without over exerting yourself.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.

    Credits

    Gears University Gears University --> Elevator --> Dean button (5) --> Starship Parts
    Talk to Warlic, do starship parts

    Major Braddock Steele:

    Non-Star Captains: Go to Major Braddock Steele --> Fight Pet
    You can fight his Pet. Just watch out for those nasty special effects.

    Star Captains: Go to Major Braddock Steele --> Mission --> Suicide Mission
    SC: Do the Suicide Mission (eliminate all the SS units on the interface map.) Note: Don't Stray too far from the Healing Pad, as your escape might be cut off.

    Moon: Travel Map --> go to the Moon --> Communicator/ Mission --> Power Cells Quest, Rescue! (rebel), Defend!
    Power Cells Quest, Rescue! (rebel), Defend! Any of these quest will work like a Charm. So choose any of the three that works best for you.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> Contest --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    Same as above

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.



    [FG08]

    8. Levels 21-25


    Finally, we made it to the twenties! Now you have even greater access to places, you should try to get to those shiny Advanced House Mechas. Because the sooner you get there, the better. Now, here's a couple places to be at.

    Experience

    Transmit to Artix: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Transmit to Artix
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    By far the best EXP farming quest in the game. If you hit all the correct buttons, you can complete this quest in around 30 seconds. While you only gain 3600 experience per run if done correctly, you can complete many runs in a short amount of time, and though it's repetitive, it's by far the fastest EXP farming quest in the game, averaging at about 400,000 EXP.

    If you're unsure on what to press, refer to this post in the New Release Thread Archive.

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Bossfight! (Bandits!): Travel Map --> Go to Planet Westion --> Alamonia --> Go to Sheriff's Office --> Bossfight
    Before you do this, make sure you have a reputation of 100 in Alamonia. The dialog may be tedious, but the rewards are worth your time. Don't worry, as this an easy fight, and he occasionally hurts himself for damage.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> Contest --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    The normal: Do the challenge that is good for you.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.

    Credits

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Bossfight! (Bandits!): Travel Map --> Go to Planet Westion --> Alamonia --> Go to Sheriff's Office --> Bossfight!
    Same as Above details

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> Contest --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    The normal: Do the challenge that is good for you.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Any Current War:
    Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.



    [FG09]

    9. Levels 25-30


    By now, you have gone to great power, and your Advanced house Mechas have speed up your farming speed ten fold, but you're not quite there yet, so here are some places that will help you get there faster than ever.

    Experience

    Transmit to Artix: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Transmit to Artix
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    By far the best EXP farming quest in the game. If you hit all the correct buttons, you can complete this quest in around 30 seconds. While you only gain 3600 experience per run if done correctly, you can complete many runs in a short amount of time, and though it's repetitive, it's by far the fastest EXP farming quest in the game, averaging at about 400,000 EXP.

    If you're unsure on what to press, refer to this post in the New Release Thread Archive.

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Skipper!:Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Skipper is really easy. Just keep in mind for those nasty Specials. Other than that, it's good to Farm at. Plus, the Juice option can heal you.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    A Short K&S version, that is scaled, so you can get you maximum desired rewards, but your level is not sufficient enough for the items.

    100 Floors: Travel Map--> Westion --> Alamonia --> Roy Silver's Office --> Go to the Oasis --> Go to Firemane --> Delivery --> Evilcorp Space Station --> Replay Missions --> 100 Floors.
    Pretty easy enemies. The only think you have to worry about is the fact that the Mecha enemies can buff their defenses, and that the Miner, 49er is quite strong, so you should bring with you a good energy Blade. Other than that, go on ahead, as the enemies are scaled only up to level 25.

    Mr. Z: Travel Map--> Westion --> Alamonia --> Roy Silver's Office --> Go to the Oasis --> Go to Firemane --> Delivery --> Evilcorp Space Station --> Replay Missions --> Extreme Mr. "Z"
    Star Captains change the level to extreme. Don't worry about Scaling, Mr. Z only goes to level 25, which means you can actually not worry about having him scaled to a power that is twice as good as yours.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> Contest --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    Challenge 10. It's still good, but from here on, this spot begins to lose its once great luster as a farming spot, but it's still a good option

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.

    Credits

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Skipper!:Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Skipper is really easy. Just keep in mind for those nasty Specials. Other than that, it's good to Farm at. Plus, the Juice option can heal you.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    A Short K&S version, that is scaled, so you can get you maximum desired rewards, but your level is not sufficient enough for the items.

    100 Floors: Travel Map--> Westion --> Alamonia --> Roy Silver's Office --> Go to the Oasis --> Go to Firemane --> Delivery --> Evilcorp Space Station --> Replay Missions --> 100 Floors.
    Same as above.

    Bossfight! (Bandits!): Travel Map --> Go to Planet Westion --> Alamonia --> Go to Sheriff's Office --> Bossfight
    This is still a good place to get a good amount of reward, but now, this place is only good for Credits.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> Contest --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    Challenge 10. It's still good, but from here on, this spot begins to lose its once great luster as a farming spot, but it's still a good option. Basically, the same as the above details.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.



    [FG10]

    10. Levels 30-33


    By now, we all know the drill: Experience farming has become quite tedious, but we want to be at the top, don't we? So here are some viable options to do.

    Experience

    Transmit to Artix: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Transmit to Artix
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    By far the best EXP farming quest in the game. If you hit all the correct buttons, you can complete this quest in around 30 seconds. While you only gain 3600 experience per run if done correctly, you can complete many runs in a short amount of time, and though it's repetitive, it's by far the fastest EXP farming quest in the game, averaging at about 400,000 EXP.

    If you're unsure on what to press, refer to this post in the New Release Thread Archive.

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Help Susie: Soluna City > Susie (Right next to Tek's)
    Very similar to the Battle Button, but a bit slower due to the walkaround map and with much better rewards if you're lucky enough to find a Berserker Shadowscythe Hound.

    Skipper!:Travel Map - Alamonia ---> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Skipper is really easy. Just keep in mind for those nasty Specials. Other than that, it's good to Farm at. Plus, the Juice option can heal you.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> More! --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    The K&S finally has some new challenges! Challenge 11 is recommended, or you can go on to Challenge 12 if 11 is too easy.

    Battle Button: 330 exp at normal. Variety of enemies. Choose normal difficulty, as you can get your rewards faster than Hard or even worse, X-Treme.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.

    Lagos: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Previous Missions --> Defend Camp
    Lagos is a tropical paradise for farming, and those nasty pirates won't hurt, as you probably got some good equipment with you.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    The reason why I don't Suggest this Place until now is because of the reward levels, as the Rewards are for level 32-33'ers. Anyways, this is like a Scaled K&S, but with Scaled Rewards, so you can get maximun rewards for it. All you have to watch out for are those nasty Pirate Weapon Specials.

    Credits

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Help Susie: Soluna City > Susie (Right next to Tek's)
    Very similar to the Battle Button, but a bit slower due to the walkaround map and with much better rewards if you're lucky enough to find a Berserker Shadowscythe Hound.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Skipper!: Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Same as above.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> More! --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    The K&S finally has some new challenges! Challenge 11 is recommended, or you can go on to Challenge 12 if 11 is too easy.

    Battle Button: Normal level provides great credits and exp. Choose normal difficulty, as you can get your rewards faster than Hard or even worse, X-Treme.

    Lagos: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Previous Missions --> Defend Camp
    Lagos is a tropical paradise for farming, and those nasty pirates won't hurt, as you probably got some good equipment with you. Same as above details.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    The reason why I don't Suggest this Place until now is because of the reward levels, as the Rewards are for level 32-33'ers. Anyways, this is like a Scaled K&S, but with Scaled Rewards, so you can get maximum rewards for it. All you have to watch out for are those nasty Pirate Weapon Specials. This is also good for credit faming too!

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.


    [FG11]

    11. Levels 33-35


    Since the Cap was raised as of 8/19/09, there isn't much established farming places yet, but once a little time has passed, there will be more farming spots, but for now, this is all I'll have.

    Experience

    Transmit to Artix: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Transmit to Artix
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    By far the best EXP farming quest in the game. If you hit all the correct buttons, you can complete this quest in around 30 seconds. While you only gain 3600 experience per run if done correctly, you can complete many runs in a short amount of time, and though it's repetitive, it's by far the fastest EXP farming quest in the game, averaging at about 400,000 EXP.

    If you're unsure on what to press, refer to this post in the New Release Thread Archive.

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Help Susie: Soluna City > Susie (Right next to Tek's)
    Very similar to the Battle Button, but a bit slower due to the walkaround map and with much better rewards if you're lucky enough to find a Berserker Shadowscythe Hound.

    Skipper!:Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Skipper is really easy. Just keep in mind for those nasty Specials. Other than that, it's good to Farm at. Plus, the Juice option can heal you.

    Battle Button: A Variety of enemies, so it's not repetitive. Choose normal difficulty, as you can get your rewards faster than Hard or even worse, X-Treme.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.

    Lagos: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Previous Missions --> Defend Camp
    Lagos is a tropical paradise for farming, and those nasty pirates won't hurt, as you probably got some good equipment with you.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    Now that you are ABOVE level 33, you can (probably) use the rewards from this quest, if you'd like to, at least, of course, that's your opinion.

    Credits

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Help Susie: Soluna City > Susie (Right next to Tek's)
    Very similar to the Battle Button, but a bit slower due to the walkaround map and with much better rewards if you're lucky enough to find a Berserker Shadowscythe Hound.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Skipper!: Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Same as above.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> More! --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    The K&S finally has some new challenges! However, it's still lackluster compared to the other options.

    Battle Button: Normal level provides great credits and exp. Choose normal difficulty, as you can get your rewards faster than Hard or even worse, X-Treme.

    Lagos: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Previous Missions --> Defend Camp
    Lagos is a tropical paradise for farming, and those nasty pirates won't hurt, as you probably got some good equipment with you. Same as above details.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    A replacement to the usual K&S. This is also good for credit farming too!

    Don Tei's General Store: Travel Map --> Westion --> Khaeldron --> General Store --> HELP!

    A possible replacement to Defending Robina's Ship. ShS Enemies are easy to defeat (With the right setup), as well, as having more Enemies. Could be the No.1 Spot until the New K&S Challenges are up.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground



    [FG12]

    12. Levels 35-40


    The Level cap was once again, raised to 40, meaning that due to short notice, there aren't any new farming spots. Yet

    Experience

    Transmit to Artix: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Transmit to Artix
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    By far the best EXP farming quest in the game. If you hit all the correct buttons, you can complete this quest in around 30 seconds. While you only gain 3600 experience per run if done correctly, you can complete many runs in a short amount of time, and though it's repetitive, it's by far the fastest EXP farming quest in the game, averaging at about 400,000 EXP.

    If you're unsure on what to press, refer to this post in the New Release Thread Archive.

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Help Susie: Soluna City > Susie (Right next to Tek's)
    Very similar to the Battle Button, but a bit slower due to the walkaround map and with much better rewards if you're lucky enough to find a Berserker Shadowscythe Hound.

    Skipper!:Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Skipper is really easy. Just keep in mind for those nasty Specials. Other than that, it's good to Farm at. Plus, the Juice option can heal you.

    Battle Button: A Variety of enemies, so it's not repetitive. Choose normal difficulty, as you can get your rewards faster than Hard or even worse, X-Treme.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side , or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.

    Lagos: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Previous Missions --> Defend Camp
    Lagos is a tropical paradise for farming, and those nasty pirates won't hurt, as you probably got some good equipment with you.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    Credits

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Help Susie: Soluna City > Susie (Right next to Tek's)
    Very similar to the Battle Button, but a bit slower due to the walkaround map and with much better rewards if you're lucky enough to find a Berserker Shadowscythe Hound.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Skipper!: Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Same as above.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> More! --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    The K&S finally has some new challenges! However, it's still lackluster compared to the other options.

    Battle Button: Normal level provides great credits and exp. Choose normal difficulty, as you can get your rewards faster than Hard or even worse, X-Treme.

    Lagos: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Previous Missions --> Defend Camp
    Lagos is a tropical paradise for farming, and those nasty pirates won't hurt, as you probably got some good equipment with you. Same as above details.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    A possible replacement to the usual K&S. This is also good for credit farming too!

    Don Tei's General Store: Travel Map --> Westion --> Khaeldron --> General Store --> HELP!

    A possible replacement to Defending Robina's Ship. ShS Enemies are easy to defeat (With the right setup), as well, as having more Enemies. Could be the No.1 Spot until the New K&S Challenges are up.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.

    [FG13]

    13. Levels 40-45


    The level cap was raised yet again, this time to level 45. Due to a lack of new areas, there aren't many (if any) new areas yet.

    Experience

    Transmit to Artix: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Transmit to Artix
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    By far the best EXP farming quest in the game. If you hit all the correct buttons, you can complete this quest in around 30 seconds. While you only gain 3600 experience per run if done correctly, you can complete many runs in a short amount of time, and though it's repetitive, it's by far the fastest EXP farming quest in the game, averaging at about 400,000 EXP. If you're already at level 45, don't worry: you can still get quite a few credits from this quest (1200 per run).

    If you're unsure on what to press, refer to this post in the New Release Thread Archive.

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Help Susie: Soluna City > Susie (Right next to Tek's)
    Very similar to the Battle Button, but a bit slower due to the walkaround map and with much better rewards if you're lucky enough to find a Berserker Shadowscythe Hound.

    Skipper!:Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Skipper is really easy. Just keep in mind for those nasty Specials. Other than that, it's good to Farm at. Plus, the Juice option can heal you.

    Battle Button: A Variety of enemies, so it's not repetitive. Choose normal difficulty, as you can get your rewards faster than Hard or even worse, X-Treme.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side , or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.

    Lagos: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Previous Missions --> Defend Camp
    Lagos is a tropical paradise for farming, and those nasty pirates won't hurt, as you probably got some good equipment with you.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    Credits

    Allies!: Travel Map -> Westion -> Khaeldron -> Inn -> Sys-Zero -> Report to SC camp -> Allies!
    A minigame-type quest, this is a great place to farm for SCs if you're good at these types of games! You get 10 experience and 100 credits per ship blown up, and there are usually 40-50 ships that appear. However, at the end of the minigame, there is a chance for a pirate to appear, which you have to defeat. Note that you cannot level up from the minigame rewards. To level up, go into a normal battle and eject.

    Help Susie: Soluna City > Susie (Right next to Tek's)
    Very similar to the Battle Button, but a bit slower due to the walkaround map and with much better rewards if you're lucky enough to find a Berserker Shadowscythe Hound.1

    Fix the Satellite: Planet Romero --> Bioengineering Base --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Comm Center --> Talk to Nurse Helia --> Missions --> Fix the Satellite
    Requires highest rank in the Hospital Jobs (once the Romero button is gone from the News) and all prerequisite quests on Romero.

    This is a great farming area, since there are going to be enemies to fight at pretty much any time. The quest takes 400 seconds per run. However, each enemy has halved HP, so they go down in a couple of shots. You get a full heal after each battle, but don't delay for too long or you'll fail the quest.

    Skipper!: Travel Map --> Gark --> Enter Town --> Juice Bar --> Bartender --> Skipper!
    Same as above.

    K&S: Soluna City--> Knife & Spork Diner --> Talk to Maegwyn --> More! --> do the challenge that best fits you.
    The K&S finally has some new challenges! However, it's still lackluster compared to the other options.

    Battle Button: Normal level provides great credits and exp. Choose normal difficulty, as you can get your rewards faster than Hard or even worse, X-Treme.

    Lagos: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Previous Missions --> Defend Camp
    Lagos is a tropical paradise for farming, and those nasty pirates won't hurt, as you probably got some good equipment with you. Same as above details.

    Defend Robina's Ship: Travel Map --> Lagos --> Talk to Prince Robert --> Crow's Nook --> Tetra's House --> Robina? --> Barracuda Reef Exit --> Robina's Rescue Ship --> Battle!
    A shortcut: Go to Crow's Nook, talk to Tetra and do the Barracuda Reef quest. At the start head left to the exit and you'll find Robina's ship on the upper left corner of your screen.

    A possible replacement to the usual K&S. This is also good for credit farming too!

    Don Tei's General Store: Travel Map --> Westion --> Khaeldron --> General Store --> HELP!

    A possible replacement to Defending Robina's Ship. ShS Enemies are easy to defeat (With the right setup), as well, as having more Enemies. Could be the No.1 Spot until the New K&S Challenges are up.

    Any Current War: Farm off of War waves, plus this helps by increasing the War Meter. But also, if there's two sides to a war, battle for the Losing Side, or else the War may end too soon, causing you to lose farming ground.



    [FGPL]

    Progress Log


    Here's where all the updates and changes will be recorded.

    11/1/10: I have claimed this guide. Version 6.0 is now under construction.
    11/4/10: Fixed a small typo.
    11/5/10: Added the Levels 40-45 section.
    11/16/10: Modified the Mega Lupus/Kerberos information. Kerberos isn't as great as the Mega Lupus, so I just took it out.
    8/31/11: Added the Help Susie! quest.
    5/9/12: Updated the guide with some small corrections and additions. Also added the new K&S challenges.
    6/27/12: Added Transmit to Artix and updated the Fix the Satellite quest.



    [FGC&T]

    Credits And Thanks:


    SlyCooperFan1's Credits:
    Thanks to my brother for being my test subject, to Icy for the Autospy info, and to ogrelala for SPD info.
    TreadLight for the exp and credit guides made before this one.
    all players for suggesting a farming place
    Fiery Wolf's Credits:
    Of course, I must thank everybody - Mods, veterans, amateurs, dedicated players, players who come and go :P - for being part of MQ and therefore, this guide as well :P
    More Specifically:
    SlyCooperFan1 for starting this thread
    PD's Credits:
    I truly could not have put this masterpiece together without the help of these great people: $$archie$$, Kuld, Fiery Wolf, SlycooperFan1, Treadlight, Jiatao24, blues, MechaMistMage, Spidercliff, Drakyloid, Watchman, Drazsyker, Pyronix15, Clawful Flames and The Game

    My Credits:
    All the above for making this thread last this far! Also, I thank PD, deathkiller, stealthwings, furryfeet7, .R.M. and Teh Cataclysmic One.




    [FGIC]

    In Conclusion.......


    That pretty much covers up where to farm, how to farm, and educating to word of what farming is. This guide was really fun to make, and I can thank many for helping me with this big project at hand. Thanks for reading this guide, and I hope this guide will assist you in the future! Until next time!
    Talk to Maegwyn -- Bioengineering Base -- Robina's Rescue Ship --

    < Message edited by Drakyloid -- 6/27/2012 1:29:35 >
  • AQ DF MQ AQW Epic  Post #: 1
    2/27/2011 9:33:17   
    stealthwings
    Helpful


    Allies works for below level 20. Its only prerequisite is to get the train parts, which does not have any prerequisites. On one of my alts, I just landed the dropship, getting me to level 3, then I went to westion, got the train parts, went to khaeldron, and did the allies mission, where I would get about a level per mission for quite a few levels. Then I got bored because it was my side and went back to my main. But it still worked.
    DF MQ  Post #: 2
    12/1/2011 12:49:13   
    condonzack
    Member
     

    If you are level 21 i know as a fact thier is a pretty awesome farm spot. In Yokai the Monkey Shrine assault mission pits you against scaled enemies with scaled rewards- but the foes have half hp!!! And at 21 SCs can get that levels dragon spirit which can consistantly oneshot them. Note- you have to max out your energy blade class skill and have a good energy blade weapon (van helsing sells good ones, yokai blade can work, volt strike is awesome) bevause their is a chance after each battle you have to fight the pilot. It doesnt take long if you have the right stuff. Makes that struggle to the cool stuff a lot easier.
    Post #: 3
    4/27/2012 23:47:52   
    Knightron2234
    Member

    Just some new information:

    The new K&S Advanced Challenge 11 is up, and it is recommended for Level 28s but usually with a good Lvl 25-27 NSC mech you can beat the challenge easily. There is only six enemies, and the rewards ranges from 2450 credits to 2888 credits, which means doing the challenge twice would give you about the same rewards as doing a K&S Challenge 10 once. I would recommend this for Levels 25-30.

    The Dragon Spirit Form N26 and the GLaDERP Security A-27 worked pretty well for me. A damage build is recommended, and watch out for the nasty builds of each enemy too.

    Also, each enemy gives 400 experience points.
    DF MQ  Post #: 4
    6/3/2012 17:29:33   
    Dragonlord93
    Member

    In Transmit to Artix follow .R.M.'s order. When you get to the last screen hit the control console behind your character, the PA system will come on, then hit the emergency brake immediately afterwards. When you click to move your character the security guard will respawn and you will have to fight him but after when you complete the quest you will have 3600 EXP and 1200 credits.

    < Message edited by Dragonlord93 -- 6/3/2012 17:34:12 >
    AQ DF MQ AQW  Post #: 5
    6/14/2012 10:35:03   
    Hoggs Bison
    Member

    There should really be an exp farming guide, it would be helpful for players *cough* me *cough* trying to get to the level cap .
    I can't farm without losing a bit of sanity.

    < Message edited by Hoggs Bison -- 6/14/2012 10:36:20 >
    MQ  Post #: 6
    1/6/2013 13:45:41   
    Frost Moglin
    Member

    You should mayby add that if the timer in "Fix The Satellite" ends while loading fight, you get to stay there until you die(In that eject and do 1 fight.). That might be better if you need high amounts of credits or exp.
    AQ DF MQ  Post #: 7
    1/7/2013 0:11:38   
    Thiefboy109
    Legendary AK!!!


    @Frost Moglin
    The Credits there cap at 300k, so there's really no reason to do that considering that it's basically 6 or so clicks to start a new round.
    AQ DF MQ AQW  Post #: 8
    1/12/2013 13:32:05   
    Frost Moglin
    Member

    GREAT NEWS, FARMERS!!! I found out that you can earn extra 100 exp by entering the door behind one of the enemies and then fastly press the button (not sure if pressing button is necessary) in Transmit to Artix to first earn the regular 700 exp and then fight that enemy for 100 exp more. (Not sure if it is useful...)

    < Message edited by Frost Moglin -- 1/12/2013 13:33:06 >
    AQ DF MQ  Post #: 9
    1/13/2013 9:41:12   
    Van Vleck
    Member

    Try equipping the Ice Crystal Storm head on the TerriFi mech and activate the head first then the back arm. Bam! 300+ damage.
    That head is just awesome!
    Kills most enemies quick.

    I've been doing this for sometime now.
    DF MQ  Post #: 10
    1/13/2013 11:59:59   
    Thiefboy109
    Legendary AK!!!


    @Van Vleck
    Using Clabomba, Frankenbrain, 12-12-12, Reapers Lens, or Repulsive Skull nets more damage because they have instantly high boost instead of a BoT, which is slower to reach it's peak. In general if you're farming a quest like, say, Fix the Satallite, you can just use the BA outright and get a 1-hit kill if you crit, and if you don't than you can use some other high damage weapon to finish the enemy.

    @Frost Moglin
    Neat, but I think it slows you down more than it helps.

    < Message edited by Thiefboy109 -- 1/13/2013 12:01:02 >
    AQ DF MQ AQW  Post #: 11
    1/16/2013 11:17:25   
    Van Vleck
    Member

    OK. Thanks Thiefboy109!!
    DF MQ  Post #: 12
    2/2/2013 12:17:18   
    superbat67
    Member

    can u guys update this guide to have a section for 45-50 leveling up?
    AQ DF MQ AQW Epic  Post #: 13
    2/2/2013 12:36:47   
    Thiefboy109
    Legendary AK!!!


    @superbat
    Basically just do 40-45, preferably Fix the Satellite/Transmit to Artix. There's really no other ways to be honest.
    AQ DF MQ AQW  Post #: 14
    7/9/2013 8:25:52   
    DarkLore
    Member

    Just for anyone who's curious, I've calculated how many runs of Transmit to Artix one would have to do to get from level 49-50. roughly 68 times! Given the speed factor the quest has, that's actually pretty good! Hopefully Drakyloid will eventually get around to finishing this guide. But with what Theifboy109 stated and my calculations, not much need.
    AQ DF MQ AQW Epic  Post #: 15
    3/30/2014 20:27:48   
    Alessandria
    Member
     

    Hey guys I've found another good way to farm for low levels. During this time there's the leprescythe quests. You can do the pot o gold quest. At around level 10, fighting the leprechaun in energy blade fights while retrieving the 4-leaf space clovers gives u around 980+ gold. The best thing about this is you can keep selecting the wrong space clover that doesn't complete the quest and keep killing the leprechaun. Hope this helps!
    Post #: 16
    7/4/2014 5:12:13   
    elite dark slayer
    Member

    For those who don't know, You can get 15000 credits by doing the white castle going grey thing although you do not get any exp.

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    DF MQ AQW  Post #: 17
    10/5/2014 13:09:21   
    Frost Moglin
    Member

    Tip: Use a cloverblade, you'll gain a credit bonus when you use it. May even stack
    AQ DF MQ  Post #: 18
    10/10/2014 7:05:36   
    elite dark slayer
    Member

    It stacks, I tried it.
    DF MQ AQW  Post #: 19
    11/2/2014 1:35:02   
    KlawdStrife
    Helpful!


    quote:

    You can get 15000 credits by doing the white castle going grey thing although you do not get any exp.


    Where do I go for this?
    Post #: 20
    11/2/2014 1:53:26   
    elite dark slayer
    Member

    ^sorry you missed it. It hung around for three whole months at least during April.
    DF MQ AQW  Post #: 21
    4/28/2015 3:39:44   
    Michiko2015
    Member

    Braddock's Mission Destroy all Shadowscythe

    10, 25 or 50

    I'm getting like 296 xp and 2072 creds per fight on Liia

    BTW you have to be Star Commander
    MQ  Post #: 22
    5/9/2016 5:36:14   
    sadbutterfly
    Member

    is exterminating spiders the best way to farm credits without leveling fast?
    Post #: 23
    5/9/2016 6:00:24   
    sadbutterfly
    Member

    i see that House challenge is good for credit farming too...and am i right to say House mechas are weaker than Mecha in some other shops?
    Post #: 24
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