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Ragnarok M: Eternal Love Card Hunting Tips and Tricks – Drop Rate and EXP Rate

Ragnarok M Eternal Love Card Hunting Tips and Tricks – Drop Rate and EXP Rate

For those that played Ragnarok M Eternal Love in Roonby.com. Of course, you guys will know the importance of Card in Ragnarok, It will boost your overall damage without using another equipment slot, which is huge, but sadly this card drops are really Low. Even in the original game, and because of that today we will give you some of the tips about the Drop Rate of a Monster and the EXP Rate.


Now, for most of the time, the drop rate of Card will differ. There are some that is 1% per monster but most are below that. If you are really lucky, you can definitely find them in a single grind. However, if you are unlucky, you won’t even find them even though you had hunt 10.000 monster. For example, my colleague has grind for Vitata Cards since last weeks, and has even kill more than 10.000 or more of them, but he didn’t even get a single Vitata Cards.

There are plenty of aspect that can affect your drop rate, but most importantly is your LEVEL! Your level will affect the monster drop rate just like the original Ragnarok game. Either Lower, or Higher than the monster, it will still affect your drop rate and exp share.

When the Monster level is higher than ours

  • If the Difference level is between 0-10 then the drop rate and exp that you will get will be 100%.
  • If the Difference level is between 11 – 20 then the drop rate and exp that you get will be 80%.
  • If the Difference level is between 21 and up then the drop rate and exp that you get will be 50%.

When the Monster level is Lower than ours

  • If the Difference level is between 0-10 then the drop rate and exp that you will get will be 100%.
  • If the Difference level is between 11 – 15 then the drop rate and exp that you get will be 80%.
  • If the Difference level is between 16 – 20 then the drop rate and exp that you get will be 60%.
  • If the Difference level is between 21 – 25 then the drop rate and exp that you get will be 40%.
  • If the Difference level is between 26 – 30 then the drop rate and exp that you get will be 20%.
  • If the Difference level is between 31 and then the drop rate and exp that you get will be 10%.


Now, for example is a monster card drop rate is 1%, and the level difference of the monster is lower than yours by more than 30 (You are a High Priest and wanted to get a Pupa Card) then you will times your 1% with 10/100. Which will result in 0.1% card drop rate. Which means that if originally you will get 1 card in every 100 Pupa. Then you must kill 1000 Pupa to get 1 card in higher level.

The level system will also be affected in the same way, which is why it is not recommended to hunt in a lower hunting ground. Now, are you enlightened by this information? What kind of information do you want us to give you again?

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