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#1 Jul 06 2011 at 11:51 PM Rating: Good
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just started playing nin again since when I quit cap was 75, I hit 90 and got 2 atma but having trouble capping ninjutsu(291 atm). Was wondering if there was a specific area/mob/tecnique you guys used to cap it. Any and all help appreciated.

p.s. <3 the new universal tools!
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#2 Jul 07 2011 at 2:46 AM Rating: Good
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Azure killing via elemental tools, and mob debuffing are vital parts of the job (along with self-buffing). I did the same and it took me a shortish period of time getting to capped ninjitsu using nin a lot. Your skill will go up at a steady pace if you use nin for events or solo farming w/e.

Your skill is enough to land debuffs on most mobs unresisted, hero's NM's will pose a problem, but use the +ninjitsu gear pieces to macro in and get your 8/8 ninjitsu merit points.
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#3 Jul 07 2011 at 9:30 AM Rating: Decent
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I made a bunch of Tsura and used those on everything I fought. Didn't matter what it was just keep on using it any time the timer is up. This was just the cheapest way to do it. Much, much cheaper than burning up the universal tools.



#4 Jul 07 2011 at 2:37 PM Rating: Decent
I get a kick out of going out /RDM and blowing threw the elemental wheel. Usually in Abyssea parties. I add in my HQ staves for a little added fun :)
#5 Jul 07 2011 at 6:33 PM Rating: Good
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You could probably just load up on tsurara, go NIN/WHM (for haste), go to Abyssea, get regen atma, find an XP party, claim a mob DC+, and Hyoton Ichi, Ni, San with haste gear and spell on. Don't bother engaging. It will be boring, but I bet it would be the cheapest route. The most time efficient route is probably to do the same but load up on all the elemental tools, or use universal, and just spam the Ni wheel. The most effort efficient route would be to just do what Sandmasterr said, which would be skill it up while you do your normal Abyssea stuff.
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#6 Jul 11 2011 at 8:25 AM Rating: Good
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I joined a worms party last night with 1 stack of each tool. Spamming all of them got me from 285 ~ 305 skill. The expense wasn't that much to me, but if that's a lot to you you can always just spam Hyouton: San-Ni-Ichi. You can equip an ele staff too if you want but it isn't necessary. Even /war I wasn't really getting resisted ever on worms, only had my AF1 Headgear on.

Edit: I mean only magic specific gear I had on was AF1 rest was normal TP haste gear, etc...

Edited, Jul 11th 2011 12:45pm by OMGItsABear
#7 Jul 13 2011 at 12:31 AM Rating: Good
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Once you get into the 300-something range, your magic accuracy is usually pretty good, and you can reliably skillup just enfeebling mobs as normal.

Works well enough for me, if you're obsessed with blue numbers YMMV.
#8 Jul 13 2011 at 2:38 AM Rating: Good
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Once you get into the 300-something range, your magic accuracy is usually pretty good, and you can reliably skillup just enfeebling mobs as normal.

Works well enough for me, if you're obsessed with blue numbers YMMV.


I found my MACC was ok-ish in the 280-290 range, was just T3's that would resist enfeebs, even though I could still land some at 280-290, especially Yurin.
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#9 Jul 16 2011 at 9:28 PM Rating: Good
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Yurin has enhanced magic accuracy. I found leveling ninjutsu really annoying ._. I went through 12 toolbags of tsurara to get to ~300 X_X
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