Welcome to the Mu Origin guide! We will share with you the basics of the game!
Character choice is mostly personal preference, you can go pretty far soloing but if you want to get team synergy with friends or a guild, you will have to put thought into your character before hand, and then the stats later on when it comes to wearing specific pieces of gear. I personally favor the Elf for its ranged abilities and buffs but its up to you, below is a small layout of the character descriptions.
- The Dark Knights are the embodiment of strength and power. In close combat, they can deliver deadly attacks while taking more damage that would kill any other class. Due to their excellent combat abilities and high number of hit points.
- The Dark Wizard has an array of offensive spells that can defeat any man or beast in no time. Although powerful, many of these spells require time to find as well as huge amounts of energy to master and large amounts of mana to cast.
- Elves are an asset to any party as energy elves or as agility elves. Energy elves have “buffing” spells that can increase defense, offense or heal party members. Her summons can turn the tides of battle. Agility elves are amazing ranged fighters and their quick attacks and high flee rates make them excellent tankers.
Maximizing daily EXP
When it comes to grinding out exp in MU Origin you have a few different ways to do it. Either you can let your character run around in a highly populated, and remotely close in level mobs and allow the game to Auto play and farm mobs for you while you do something else or you visit one of the several areas in the game designed to help you gain heaps of exp.
Then there is my personal favorite area to go to every time its available, the Experience Dungeon. You will find this under the dungeon menu, in the Daily Dungeon tab marked EXP. What these are, are mini instances where you can play through and gain a couple million in experience for running a dungeon that might only take as much as 3 minutes.
It’s faster if you’re a strongly geared character. You can run the exp dungeon 3 times a day, so it is something you want to hit every time you start up the game as it gives you a major overall experience boost and it’s not very time consuming.
You can go to the Arena, which you can find in the systems menu at the top of the screen. In this area you will battle other player’s characters win or lose, you get exp for at least trying out the Arena. so it’s an area to keep in mind if you need just a tad bit of exp to reach the end level to achieve a Rebirth.
Next up is the Daily event, also found in the dungeon menu. This has a similar lay out to the experience dungeon. It’s an instanced area, but it’s a lot quicker than the exp dungeon. Here you’ll get a decent chunk of experience, and you’ll have the chance to get loot rewards at the end of the mission.
Check the task menu. This is a general area where it can direct you to available missions that will reward you exp. You’ll find stuff like the exp dungeon in there, and things like daily quest you can run for exp. This is a great place to look if you’re trying to scrounge up any exp you can and you can’t get it from farming mobs.
Colosseum and Exchange
Go to the Event menu and you will find the Colosseum. In the Colosseum you will gain 8x the Experience and potential rewards for 30 minutes a day. Go into the Colosseum and hit the auto play button and let your character grind through the mobs for 30 minutes then come back to the game. Make sure you clear out your inventory so you can auto loot as well. Set your HP potions to 80% healing just in case.
Depending on your VIP rating you can go to the Exchange menu when you’re in a safe zone. Here you can exchange Zen or Diamonds for Exp or Star Essence. The exchange is alright but I don’t use it often. It’s completely up to you and how much resources you have to spare.
One of the best ways to farm zen besides selling your gold ingots and items is to go through the Zen Dungeon. Found from the dungeon menu, the Zen dungeon is a great place to farm as you gain levels. Buffs can be useful here when you reach the tougher portions of the dungeon.
The Zen dungeon gives you a large amount of Zen per kill. So the stronger and faster your character, the better of a farming experience you will have. You can easily reach up to a couple million Zen from this dungeon.
General Tips and Tricks
- In Lorencia, there will be a statue of the PVP King. Once a day you can praise this statue and it will give you experience, so definitely make sure you hit this up if you’re near by.
- Use the Zen and Reward boost carefully, later on it can start costing you a lot of money but early on it’s pretty great for leveling.
- Purchase the maximum number of Gold Ingots from the Shop using Diamond (Bound or unbound) and sell them for Zen. This is a great way to get a large amount of Zen in a short amount of time. Once a day limit.
- Collect your Free epic chest each day. The Loot is random, disassemble anything not for your class for gems.
- Sweep the Endless Tower each day. There is a high potential of Zen to be earned from doing this.
- Don’t waste Bound Dimaonds on Epic Chest tickets because of how random its loot is.
- Do consider using Bound diamonds on Condor’s Flame to boost your Wings or Seals of Ascension for exp boost.
- Always upgrade your Wings, they provide great stats and shouldn’t be overlooked.
- Don’t waste your resources refining items during your first few Rebirths, you change gear quick in the early game.
- Go to low graphic settings if your device is weak, there are a lot of characters and mobs that need to be rendered and can clog up your system.
- Tap the Sword next to auto battle to change the auto settings