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  • Collecting System Guide

    Getting Started


    Collecting is a method of obtaining useful items such as Consumables, Treasure Chest Keys, Pocket Pangs, Revert Transmutation Scrolls, and more. It's a source of income that you can utilize while you're away from the game if you leave it running.

    In order to collect, a character must reach level 151 then wield a Collector which can be purchased at the NPC "[Collecting Manager] Collins" near any of the 3 fields found in Flaris, Saint Morning, or Darkon. In order for the Collector to work, you will need to activate a Battery while holding it. Batteries power the collectors, but they deplete over time. Basic batteries can also be purchased at Collins, and you may receive upgraded and longer lasting versions of them from collecting over time.

    TIP: Upgrade your collector to +5 with moonstones for a faster collecting speed

    IMPORTANT: You can only have 5 collectors/clients running each IP.
    Collecting Pieces

    The items that you can get via collecting will mostly come in "Pieces." Certain numbers of each piece will combine to form items, which will be listed lower. Pieces are NOT trade-able. Some items ARE. Details will be found below the piece list. This list is in order from easiest to obtain, to most difficult to obtain.
    1. Meat Skewer
    2. Orange Juice
    3. Dragon Tooth
    4. Common Treasure Chest (lvl.60)
    5. Bronze Key Box
    6. Rusty Treasure Chest (lvl.121)
    7. Old Treasure Chest (lvl.151)
    8. Remantis Laccotte (small)
    9. Shining Oricalkum Piece
    10. A Junk Piece
    11. Scroll Of Rainbow
    12. Scroll Of Name Color
    13. Rare Treasure Chest (lvl.251)
    14. Consumable Box
    15. Fun Weapon Box Piece
    16. Cloud Box
    17. Pocket Pang Piece
    18. Silver Key Box
    19. Revert Transmutation Scroll Piece
    20. Old Weapon Box Piece
    21. Random Rune Box Piece
    22. Silver Battery
    23. PvP Grunt Pack Piece
    24. Bronze Weapon Box Piece
    25. Gold Key Box
    26. Gold Battery
    27. Silver Weapon Box Piece
    28. Volcano Card(10%) Piece
    29. Lightning Card(10%) Piece
    30. Ocean Card(10%) Piece
    31. Vacuum Card(10%) Piece
    32. Water Card S Piece
    33. Fire Card S Piece
    34. Electric Card S Piece
    35. Land Card S Piece
    36. Wind Card S Piece
    37. Gold Weapon Box Piece
    38. Awake Collecting Box Piece
    Item Info
    • Awake Collecting Box- Contains a random amount of UAS or EAS between 1 and 11
    • Old Weapon Box - Contains 1 random Old Weapon (Tradeable)
    • Bronze Weapon Box - Contains 1 random Bronze Weapon (Tradeable)
    • Silver Weapon Box - Contains 1 random Silver Weapon (Tradeable)
    • Gold Weapon Box - Contains 1 random Gold Weapon (Tradaeble)
    • S Cards- (Tradeable)
    • 10% Cards- (Tradeable)
    • Bronze Key Box - Contains 1 random Bronze Key (Tradeable)
    • Silver Key Box - Contains 1 random Silver Key (Tradeable)
    • Gold Key Box - Contains 1 random Gold Key (Tradeable)
    • PvP Grunt Pack - Contains 10 Rage Scrolls, 10 of each Legendary potions and 10 Speedy Gonzales Potions. (Tradeable)
    • Random Rune Box- Contains a random IP Rune(Tradeable)
    • Pocket Pang - Allows you to spawn a pang- This pang will stay spawned for 5mins and will grant you all buffs and has a bank. (Tradeable)
    • Pocket Pang Box[Event] - Contains 3 Pocket Pangs(Non-Tradeable)
    • Cloud Box - Contains a random Cotton Candy or flying cloud (Bar the rainbow one) (Tradeable)
    • Fun Weapon Box- Contains a random fun weapon from a selection of 10 fun weapons and 10 key blades (Tradeable)
    • Consumable Box- Conatins a random consumable from a selection of 16 (Tradeable, but contents are not)
    To use minimal CPU:
    For collecting, pupils, etc.

    1.) Play in the smallest windowed mode (800x600)
    2.) Turn off in flyff options:
    • Weather
    • Item Effect
    • Background Effect
    • Other player's names
    • Game Windows (press * on numpad if that's an option)
    3.) On the characters you aren't using, zoom in to the ground with Scroll Lock (or just use mouse wheel).
    4.) On your Task Bar (where the time shows) Right Click the Speaker icon, choose "Playback Devices" and Disable your Speakers by right clicking. (This will turn off ALL sound to the device and your clients will launch slower, but will take less CPU.)

    Thanks to MadHatter's & Magical's old Collecting Guide and information saved on Magical's Wiki.
    Last edited by iTwan; 14th-September-2020, 20:39.
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