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This is a walkthrough on Zenonia 1, one of the best RPG games on the iPhone and iPod Touch. This is part one of this series of walkthroughs, which will be continually updated as we uncover more content. Please check back soon for the next parts of this walkthrough!
NUMEROUS QUESTS FOLLOWING AN EPIC STORYLINE
Extensive playing time of over 40 hours to conquer the main and side quests!!
CREATE YOUR OWN CHARACTER
Choose your hero from 3 different classes; warrior, paladin and assassin. Customize your attributes accordingly!!
HUNDREDS OF ITEMS
Collect items from 5 different classes(normal, magic, rare, unique and epic) to enchant or combine them for upgrades!!
STUNNING EFFECTS AND GRAPHICS
Anime style characters and graphics, along with various stylish skill effects!!
INNOVATIVE REAL LIFE SYSTEM
Day/night cycle, hunger/weight system and good/evil storyline path to choose from!!
1. Getting Started
a. Game Controls
b. Bag Access
d. Starting the Game
2. Town of Ayles
3. Gaming Guides
a. Training Guide
b. Skills Guide
c. Stat Guide
1. Getting Started
a. Game Controls
The game controls are very easy to use, and are pretty simple to understand. Here’s the basic controls: The joystick on the bottom left controls where you move. In this game you can move to the left, right, up, and down. You cannot jump. By the way, your movement speed depends on how much stuff that you carry. If you carry too many heavy items, your character will slow down greatly. The bottom right is the action button, which usually involves attacking an enemy or talking to a person. In the bottom center, there are four boxes, which are for skills and items. You can equip these items through the bag. In the top right, there is a bag, which shows are of your items. The top right gives you a map. Your character is the person in the middle of the screen. The screenshot above gives you all of the basic controls.
b. Bag Access
Now, the bag is pretty complex, so I have devoted an entire section to it. There are five sections of the bag, which you scroll through by using the joystick left and right. They are “Stats” “Item” “Skill” “Quest” and “System.” Below are screenshots of what each of the sections look like and a description of each.
The stats page in the bag allows you to customize your stats. This includes your attack and defense, buffs, as well as other information about your character. Firstly, it tells you which level you are, your HP, SP, EXP, etc. Additionally, it also tells you which buffs are being applied to your character as of the time you access the bag. At the bottom, there are skills that you can customize using points that you gain from leveling up.
This is your “inventory” tab. It shows you which items you have, which items you are currently wearing, and other information. Keep in mind that although your speed will decrease drastically if you have too many items on you. You are granted six slots for each type of item; Equipment, Ornaments, Misc, and Enchantment. The top shows you which items you are currently wearing. There are eight types of items that you can wear; Weapon, Hat, Armor, Gloves, Boots, Orb, Necklace, Cape, Ring, and Amulet.You can wear only one of an item at a time, up to eight in all.
In the skill tab, you can upgrade your skills using skill points, which you gain by leveling up. The sklils vary from the type of character that you chose (Paladin, Warrior, or Assassin). There are two kinds of skills, active ones, which you can use in battle, and passive ones, that work without you telling them to. All can be upgraded using skill points, up to 10 times. The more you upgrade, the stronger the skill gets.
The quest tab shows you which quests you are currently on. In this game, you always have a main quest, plus side quests. You can do up to four side quests at a time. Selecting a quest and hitting the action button will give you more details about the quest.
In the system tab, you will see four buttons. Save, Option, Help, and Main Menu. Save is self-explanatory. The option button allows you to customize your gameplay. Help teaches you how to play the game, and Main Menu sends you back to the main menu. If you go back to the main menu, make sure you have saved the game first!!
There’s not that much to configure in this game. In the game, you can adjust the sound, vibration (this feature is for iPhones only), graphical quality, speed, and BGM. Outside of the game, in the Main Menu, you can configure flipping the screen.
d. Starting The Game
Okay, finally we can get to the gameplay itself. When you first start the game, you can choose three character classes. They are Paladin, Warrior, and Assassin. Each character has its own strengths and each special skills. Because you get three save slots in the game, I highly recommend that you have one type of character per slot. Below are three screenshots, one for each of the characters when you are choosing them.
When you actually start the game, there wil be a long cut scene. It is highly recommended that you watch it, as it will explain everything behind the madness and get you up to date on everything. If you want to skip it, press the skip button at the top right corner. There’s a ton of stuff in the cut scenes, but it’s all worth watching.
2. Town of Ayles.
This concludes Part 1 of the walkthrough for Zenonia. More parts will come soon, and will be constantly updated.
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