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PIMD: Terminology Explained

This for the game “Party in my dorm”  for the IPAD. There is a ton of terminology for this game and some of it is not too easy to figure out.  I’ll attempt to try to break this down.

PARTY & CLUB TERMINOLOGY
POTD Party of the day
HYPNOCAT Premium Party – Somebody has to drop a hypnocat before the party will start. You get extra loot and cash from these parties but the Hypnocat needs to be bought first or won.
PIZZA BIKINI Premium Party – Same as Hypnocat but a pizza bikini needs to be dropped first before the party starts.
TYFC Thank you for the cat
TYFB Thank you for the bikini
TYFD Thank you for the drop
OPEN CAT or KINI Clubs that open up premium parties for non members to join in
SWF Some clubs / members are into Strip Farm Wars. Basically, stripping another player of everything they have.   I don’t know much about this since I’m not really into doing that.
GIFT DROPPER Means to send a gift to the person who drops a cat or bikini at the premium party
DNS Doctor Notes
CC Club Chat
CS Combined Stats
TRADE TERMINOLOGY
WMO Wall me offers
C a simple “C” usually followed after a number means “Chibis”
B a simple “B” followed after a number means “Bento”
TRADE You have to friend somebody before you can trade with them
BOXES If somebody wants to trade or buy boxes – it usually means the current hunt boxes.
STARRED If somebody wants to sell or trade their “Starred” that is in reference of items in their inventory that they have starred that show up on a certain section of their profile.
SPINNER Some people are looking for “Spinner Items” This is items from the spinner game that you have to save points in order to play. The Spinner items change frequently.
STATS Those are items in your iventory that boost your statistics higher. If you click on items in your inventory – it tells you if they have stats or not.
SHARDS These are zodiac shards that when you earn enough will form a unique avie.   You need an unreal amount to do anything with but people are always looking for them.
OTHER TERMINOLOGY
EC Extra Credit – You need to use real money to get these.
Tuts Tutors
HMU Hit me up – means to message that person
RP Roleplay
WTF What the fuck
HAI Hi
PUP Pupil
ROLES A list of story lines that you are willing to roleplay
SUB Submissive
TF The Fuck
IRL In real life
TIMER Timer boxes that you have to wait several hours for them to unlock

 

 

Black Desert: How I level up additional characters quickly.

How I level up additional characters:

I do the following before I start a new character because if everything is in place; I can level up a character to 56 in less than a day.

Preparation:

Armor: I place an extra set of armor in storage at either Veila or Heidel.  This is Helmet, Armor, Gloves and Shoes.  The extra set is just for leveling up different characters. My main set of armor will always be on my main combat character.  The extra set is leveled up to at least PRI. Some parts are higher but I don’t worry about leveling it up anymore.  All the armor and weapons have crystals in the sockets. I like the Grunil set because you have two places in each item to place crystals and since these are just additional characters, they do not need fancy armor.

Weapon: I buy two weapons (Main & Sub) and also place it in storage in Veila.  These weapons will be either 15+ or Pri.  Sometimes, I will buy a 15+ because it’s so much cheaper and just level it up to PRI. (It’s not super hard to level up a 15+ to pri)

Horse:  I will have a decent horse ready in the Veila stable. I will also gear up the horse too.

Food:  I will put meals & potions with extra combat buffs and carrots into storage.

Tools:  I will put one of each tool in storage. Example: Axe, Hoe, Butcher & Tanning Knife.  (Usually the ones with 100 to 130 uses)

Buff: Sometimes, I will put a combat book or several combat certificates in storage depending what I have at the time.

Jewelry: I put 2 rings, 2 earrings, necklace and a belt in storage.  I use the Asula set.

Start:

I create the character and start out in Olvia.  I follow the Black Spirit quests all the way to Veila and before killing the first boss; I will get my horse and everything out of storage.  Put on your armor, weapons and jewelry and get rid of your noobie stuff.  Have the tools on hand for any random quest that you might need it for. I then proceed to the 1st boss quest and kill him in about 3 seconds.  During this process, I will get out my pets and have them pick up loot even though the loot is not worth much. I will pretty much complete all the Black Spirit quests up to Calpheon. My goal is to get as many inventory slots as I can. By the time, I’m at Calpheon; I am ready to kill the Catfisherman boss which will level me up to 50.   I save all the buffs for this point since you will level up extremely fast to 50 without anything.  I am constantly eating meals whether I’m fighting or not because this will bump up your health.

After level 50:

I’m still going to follow the Black Spirit Quests until I get to awakening level 56 but I am also going to do a lot of mob killing. (Rhutums, Marsha & Catfisherman) Mob killing will help you level up pretty fast to 56. Be sure to use your points on combat skills thru out.  Don’t stop to kill ogres or cyclops.  You will be just slowing yourself down.

The way to think about it is and this is only an example. (Not factual numbers)

If one Rhutum is worth 2 points and you can kill 6 Rhutums in 3 seconds.  You would get 240 points of experience in 1 minute.

If one ogre is worth 20 points and you kill 1 ogre per minute, you would get 20 points per minute.

Even if you killed 2 ogres in 1 minute, Rhutums would still be the better deal.  More bang for your buck.

BDO has also placed combat experience as a reward in most of the quests so leveling up is much faster than before.  In some cases, you can get more combat experience from the quests than an hour killing mobs.  In my opinion, quests are really worth doing even past level 56.

Black Desert Online: Quest help -Hunting-loving hunter

This is one of the quests you might get when you first start and as a beginner it can be a bit tricky.

The quest is called “Hunting-Loving Hunter.” The first part of the quest is easy, you just go to the Inn in Veila and talk to the people at the first table near the cook.

The 2nd part, you will have to find Chuck Laurie in the mountains.  There is no auto path to him and he is not high-lighted on the map.

Here is a map to show you where he is.  He is right below Olvia. Where the little question mark is.

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