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Ninjitsu Skill Training Guide

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Adam

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Train ninjitsu off a ninja first. That gets you to about 30. Ninja's can be found in the tokuno city. Animal form a rabbit over and over, till you get to 40. Mirror image till you get to 65 or so, maybe 70. Now here's where it gets interesting.

Get a golem. If you're in a guild, you have to be in town for this to work. If you're not in a guild, then you only have to be in trammel. Most importantly though, regardless of guild status, you have to be in trammel.

Tell the golem to attack you "all kill." Remember, if you're in a guild you have to be in town, otherwise, if you're not in town, the golem will hurt you. If you're not in a guild, this doesn't apply. Now all you do is just focus attack(make sure you don't have a shield, you can't focus attack with a shield in hand). You dont' have to target yourself or anything, just focus attack, you'll get gains.

Once you get to 90 or so, switch it to deathstrike, and you'll get all the way to 120 this way. It does take a while, don't get me wrong, but you'll see gains. Took me a week and a half of training to 120 ninjitsu, and this was like, 5-6 hours a days of training.

Thanks to Mercenary for this guide!

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You can also buy up to 40 from the Trainer in New Haven.

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Just thought i should menton this but... Satyr trick does work too

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i use focus attack about 12 hourse (67.5 ninjitsu) no one gain. u cant train with FA till 90.

40 - 57.5 mirror image
57.6 - 67.5 focus
67.5 - 85 shadow jump
85 - 110 ki attack
110 - 120 death attack

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Folken Zero

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Does it matter what monster you are hitting with Focus attack or will you gain ninjitsu based on the spell itself?

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No it doesn't matter. But I training it as a trained my fencing. but its totally upto you.

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Thanks, that's what I figured :)

Been trying to skip FA and go straight for shadowjumps as my Ninja uses archery not melee. Being able to train FA on weak monsters with a crappy dagger and 0 fencing might be faster though.

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If your human then you auto have 20 skill in fencing anyway...
secondly get a blue pet dog and beat it up (with focus) in town whilst its blue you won't be able to kill it (I don't believe it works if your in a guild)

Also a trick for shadow jump create a macro which makes you jump in a circle using 3 or more locations then you can loop the macro makes life much simpler

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Ok wasnt sure where else to ask this, so here goes.

I've been skilling up as an archer/ninja but I'm noticing a lot of ninjitsu abilities cant be used with ranged weapons. In the long run is it worth using archery or should I swap to fencing? I wouldnt mind using both, just seems a bit of a waste really :(

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I dunno some of the best ninja's i have seen have been archers but there are alot of good abilities you can't use ranged.. although personally I wish i had gone swords because one of the best ninja weapons is the ninja to. If used properly.





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