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The 1v1 Billposter [v18]
The 1v1 Billposter [v18]
Published by imamushroom
01-24-2012
Post What it means to be a Billposter



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What it means to be a Billposter -

Flyff Wiki says: Billposters are undoubtedly the most self-sufficient class in the game. With their normal assist buffs, and their additional damage skills upon second job change, they are a very strong class. They are more of a melee class, and fight using a knuckle and a shield.

Morimoto says: The 1v1 Billposter is the pure nature of a fighting assist. Hitting at a very fast pace, and hitting hard, the 1v1 BP can take down anything in it's path. We use the knuckle and shield, combined with a stick to buff ourselfs when we go solo, this makes us the most self-sufficient class in the game.

Basically, being a Billposter means, you can be very strong, hit very fast and make money fairly easy when drop rates are good. You can also aoe at later levels when you have a tank for even faster leveling. Normally, Billposters are well respected and you can expect greatness from a BP.

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By martinSL on 04-10-2012, 09:22 PM
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nice guide! i'm new at this game and i would like to know how you get the set you recommend and the weapons, gonna follow this!

waiting for more updates keep up the good job
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