Is it any good to use retire?
I tried it but well, i made a level 70 chara retire, brought the new one to level 70 and there were only one stat that was stronger(i wrote it down cause i wanted to know how strong he gets)
and this one stat was only 3 points higher, all others are the same RiefRyuuda - 8 years ago
Top Voted Answer
The +3 stat bonus carries over to a new character, which bonus it is depends on the retired char. Alchemist will give +3 to TEC to the new recruit, Dark Hunter +3 on Agility, and so on. The new recruit also gets an extra +6 skillpoints,which means the total is up from 72 to 78. Retirement is worth it, if you need more skillpoints. Leonidas123 - 8 years ago
The stat gain is fairly minor, the reason to retire is to get the extra skillpoints (6 if you retire at 70, fewer if they're any lower). You only gain these skillpoints once, so retiring once at 70 is a must if you want to get the 'best' builds, but any more than that is a waste. Tarinalas - 7 years ago
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