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PostSubject: Best Way To Farm Charms?   Sat Oct 05, 2013 1:39 pm

I was wondering, what's the best way to farm for Enduring/Timeworn Charms? For Enduring Charms, I'll get explorer and start at M. Peaks and then triple cart.

It doesn't seem nearly as easy getting Timeworn charms as it is Enduring Charms. At least from what I've tried. I'd like to see what other people do to get their charms.
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PostSubject: Re: Best Way To Farm Charms?   Sun Oct 06, 2013 10:26 am

I do tundra runs. They actually have higher rates for charms than volcano runs, and it nets you a fair sum of money. Especially purecrystals are worth al lot. Plus i will never have to farm for earth crystals anymore (i have 760 now).
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PostSubject: Re: Best Way To Farm Charms?   Mon Oct 07, 2013 4:03 pm

@Gilgames wrote:
I do tundra runs. They actually have higher rates for charms than volcano runs, and it nets you a fair sum of money. Especially purecrystals are worth al lot. Plus i will never have to farm for earth crystals anymore (i have 760 now).
I'll probably try some of those sometime. Do they have a higher chance to drop Enduring Charms than M. Peaks? And do they ever give you Timeworn Charms?
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PostSubject: Re: Best Way To Farm Charms?   Mon Oct 07, 2013 4:39 pm

Seriously... Charm sniping seems to just be a waste of time overall. Get a good Charmerset, go the G-rank event powderstone quest, take dungbombs spend about 15-20 minutes in area 5 then go get all the other areas as you get the powderstones and stoping in area 5 along the way as it respawns. You should have quite a few charns and rusted weapons in no time. as well as other ores without wasting all the time sniping and you will having money and supplies to show for it. Also for additional $$$$ equip chacha and kyamba with the cosmic masks.
 
My usual 15 minute runs I end up with about 4 or 5 enduring charms, 4-6 timeworn a bunch shining and 3 or 4 ancient/rusted weapons. MOst of the time I have at least 2 full rows of charms and most of the time I have at least 1-3 useful one or more. depending on what I'm planning on using it for (i make lot's of mixed sets)

^Give or take of course
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PostSubject: Re: Best Way To Farm Charms?   Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:13 pm

@dcj91x wrote:
Seriously... Charm sniping seems to just be a waste of time overall. Get a good Charmerset, go the G-rank event powderstone quest, take dungbombs spend about 15-20 minutes in area 5 then go get all the other areas as you get the powderstones and stoping in area 5 along the way as it respawns. You should have quite a few charns and rusted weapons in no time. as well as other ores without wasting all the time sniping and you will having money and supplies to show for it. Also for additional $$$$ equip chacha and kyamba with the cosmic masks.
 
My usual 15 minute runs I end up with about 4 or 5 enduring charms, 4-6 timeworn a bunch shining and 3 or 4 ancient/rusted weapons. MOst of the time I have at least 2 full rows of charms and most of the time I have at least 1-3 useful one or more. depending on what I'm planning on using it for (i make lot's of mixed sets)

^Give or take of course
I actually wasn't sniping. I was just spending 2-3 minutes getting anywhere from 1-5 Enduring Charms. :D

EDIT - Also, getting a full row of Timeworn/Enduring Charms would most likely NOT give me any charms worth keeping. (Although I tend to keep allot of charms anyway) My luck is really horrible.
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PostSubject: Re: Best Way To Farm Charms?   Mon Oct 07, 2013 6:07 pm

meh.. I say try the Charmer set and Powderston event quests a few times.. compare the two and see which works best for you overall.. After all you did ask.
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PostSubject: Re: Best Way To Farm Charms?   Tue Oct 08, 2013 1:11 pm

I do either Mt. Peak/ Volcano with explorer and cart 3 times. or do g-rank los in volcano, mine, then finish quest.
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