My eloquence now is 100,but i need it on 120,can u tell me guys where i can take some tasks for levelup that or what i need to do?
Run the silk quest in qhaunzhou to Lisbon. Make sure you get a double exp scroll from guild hall before you do it so you can get dbl exp when ty submit quest. I used to go to guild hall in Seville and get scroll, go high seas and pop it and sail all the way to get quest and back so you get lots of voyage experience as well if you need.
Since you can only do silk quest 1x per day...
There is always;
the old Merchant Alliance / Trader Quests : http://vc.forum.igg.com/topic?fcid=83&ctid=11087
Trend Trading: All Trend Trading info in one spot ; http://vc.forum.igg.com/topic?ctid=55467
Voyages Times - Gear Tasks are trade tasks ie Eloquence??; link to gear tasks; http://vc.forum.igg.com/redirect?cmd=reply&ctid=57190&crid=467538
Not totally sure about the eloquence... would need to do one and check white chat to see if Elo is granted..
Silk route (mentioned above) is here; http://vc.forum.igg.com/topic?fcid=83&ctid=50636
ps like said above as well.. use 2x experience scrolls or... 3xp or 4xp from item mall.
Edit; the voyagers times tasks themselves do not give eloquence...
however because they are trade tasks, you get eloquence when selling the items to the trader.
I only had the lvl 12 trade good task left on the alt I had open but 1- lvl 12 emerald sold to Magellan supply station trader gave me 95,344 eloquence. (did not say this in chat.. had to calculate by looking at elo points).
In theory the further you sail with the item (before selling it to a trader) the more points you should get.
And of course if the item is a popular good at the city you sell to, then you should get even more points.
did a test w/ emerald lvl 12 got 179,160 elo in Dakar, 542,096 elo in Seville, 591,732 elo in Athens, 526,856 elo in Oslo, 468,688 elo in Reykjavik.... (emerald was NOT a popular good in any of these cities when I turned it in)
so maybe actual travel distance is not the factor maybe its grouped by area and distance. (ie. Mediterranean area, Western Europe area.) IDK. I'd need a lot more data to figure that one out.
Tuesday, October 31, 2017