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Changing skillsEdit

At level 15 and under, you can reset your skills for free without penalty through the Naturally-Gifted Man in Eversun City, with the exception of your Commoner skills. Above level 15, you must use a Reset Skills to change them.

SetsEdit

Counter-attack Although there exists a slot for a counter-attack set, SoftStar removed these skills from the game.[1] It was originally for the P2P version.[2]

Subbing skillsEdit

Other than the Commoner class which can take up to three active and passive sets, all jobs may sub up to two active and passive sets from another class. Thus, a Thief could sub Blademaster's Martyr Arts and Doctor's Medical Treatment as active skills, while subbing Commoner Skills and Equip Light Armor as passive. In order to sub them, you need to talk to the Naturally-Gifted Man, if you have not already done it upon changing jobs with the Careers Advisor.

Restrictions and penaltiesEdit

The subbed active skills can be used regardless of the job you are playing, however, a lot of skills require a certain weapon to be equipped.

The penalty will affect the skill effect. For example, 50% of the effect means buff and debuff only last 50% of its duration, while attack skills only do 50% of the calculated damage.

Note: level penalty mutiplies with skill penalty.

Level penaltyEdit

Using active skills are limited by the level of your active job:

  • Attacks, Debuffs, Self-Buffs: To use these skills, the level of learning the skill minus your current job level must be 10 or lower.
  • Team-Buff: To use these skills, the level of learning the skill minus your current job level must be 20 or lower. This also counts for the level of your teammates receiving the buff.

Additionally, when you have raised your job level just to the limit, the skill will only have 50% of the effect. Each 1 level you gain closer to the skill's learning level, you regain 5% of the effect, and capped at 100% after 10 levels. For example, when your current job's level is 20 level lower than a team-buff skill's learning level, you can use the skill but it only lasts 50% of its duration; if you gain a level, it becomes 55%, and so on; after you gain 10 levels, (this means you are now 10 levels lower), you can use the skill with full duration again.

Passive skills are not affected by level penalty.

Job proficiency penaltyEdit

The jobs in Domo can be seperated to 5 groups:

  • Group A (Armored): Fencer, Blademaster, Mercenary.
  • Group B (Clothing): Martial Artist, Hunter, Thief, Merchant.
  • Group C (Magical): Shaman, Wizard, Witch Doctor, Sorcerer.
  • Group D (Support): Doctor, Musician, Dancer.
  • Group E (Special): Commoner.

When using active skills from other jobs:

  • No effect or cooldown penalty: when using skills of another job from the same group of your current job.
  • No effect penalty: when any job using skills from group E (a.k.a. Commoner Skills).
  • Receive 90% effect, 110% cooldown: when group A jobs using skills from group B jobs, or vise versa.
  • Receive 90% effect, 110% cooldown: when group C jobs using skills from group D jobs, or vise versa.
  • Receive 85% effect, 120% cooldown: when group E job (Commoner) using skills from any other group.
  • Receive 80% effect, 120% cooldown: when using skills with any combination not mentioned above.

Note that cooldowns can be compensated with agility. Passive skills does not have job proficiency penalty, but certain passive skills' effect are halved when using on other jobs.

Recommended sub skillsEdit

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The recommended skills depend heavily on your active job as lot of skills scale with different attributes. It also heavily depends on what you're trying to achieve. Generally, these are useful sub skills:

  • Active set Medical Treatment: For additional healing and regeneration, can severely cut down time. Can be used to heal other people as well. Also provides mana regeneration at higher levels. Useful for most jobs, but more useful for people with high Wisdom as it increases the healing from First Aid.
  • Active set Pet Sounds: Used to heal and buff pets. Very useful if you use a pet as you would otherwise have to use items to restore its health and mana.
  • Active set Close Combat: Provides mana restoration and an evasion buff, as well as a defense buff and health restoration at higher levels. Useful to reduce downtime on casters.
  • Active set Sneak Attacks: Provides the ability to increase movement speed and a debuff that shuts down an enemy, as well as the ability to steal from monsters. Useful on solo-ers.
  • Active set Nature Magic: Provides mana regeneration and a single target freeze, as well as spell reflection and an area freeze at higher levels. Mostly useful in PVP, but can be used for the mana regeneration as well.
  • Active set Spellcasting: Skills unlock a little later than the other recommended skills, but provides great mana regeneration at the cost of health, an area effect attack, elemental defenses, and an area slow. Very useful for casters.
  • Active set Different Dances: Provides two area effect attacks very early on, as well as a targetable health and mana regeneration at higher levels. Useful for new players as it allows them to dispatch large quantities of low level monsters very quickly on any job.
  • Passive set Commoner Skills: Not combat effective, but essential for item collection and alchemy. Very common since almost all non-Commoner passive skills have no use until level 30.

The usefulness of most other sub skills are heavily dependent on the active job. You could use Active set Seasonal Magic very efficiently on a Wizard, but it would be awful on a Blademaster.

Skill pointsEdit

Upon each new level reached, 3 skills points are rewarded. It is also possible to increase your skill points for any job by using springs. Every 10 levels, players are given given a Life Quest that awards a non-tradable spring upon completion. These springs provide an additional 5 skill points when used.

It is also possible to purchase tradable springs from the item mall, however they only provide a single skill point as opposed to the 5 from the Life Quest obtained springs, and there is a limit to how many can be consumed, which increases by 1 every 2 levels. Commoner's Springs are the only springs that can be obtained via other means than completing a Life Quest.

Occupation Spring Water can be obtained from redeeming 3 Full EXP Credit Cards or from the Anniversary Gift Box when you have reached level 75. These springs do not have a limit to how many can be used, and like the springs obtained from the Item Mall, they will only provide 1 additional skill point.

Leveling up skills Edit

Skills can be leveled up when a player has reached a certain level, and has a certian amount of skill points. On the first page of your skills list, these are the first few skills you will be using. When you get a new job, you'll see one or two skills (depending on your job, i.e. Martial Artist). As you level up, you will learn a new skill or more with your skill points, and level up previous ones. On the second page of your skills list, you'll see either more different skills, or better versions of them. They can only be obtained by leveling up a certain skill to level 5. Note that some skills require level 3, 4, or 6 of a certain skill (Such as Mega Medicine, Mock Monsters, Arrow Formation, Snake Formation, Crane Formation, etc.).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Developers answers!
  2. ^ "List of In-Depth Differences between P2P DOMO and F2P DOMO" by AKFrost from the Aeria Games forum, archived at Internet Archive's Wayback Machine

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