Perfect World Mobile Leveling Guide: How to Level Up Fast

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If you are one of those people who are looking to top the ranking levels in Perfect World Mobile, then I have just the article for you! I have prepared a Perfect World Mobile leveling guide today, which should help you better understand how leveling works in the game, and how you can quickly achieve higher levels yourself!

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So if you are curious, then let me start by saying that you should check out our game guide to learn the very basics of the game, as well as a few tips and tricks which will help you get around the game much easier.

Now about leveling in Perfect World Mobile, I will start by plainly saying that it’s not easy nor fast like in other mobile MMOs, which brings this game much closer to a PC version of a MMORPG. If you played Perfect World, then you are already familiar with the game (more or less), but if this is your first experience, expect something like a full PC MMO. It’s quite cool!

Therefore you need to know that if you want to level up fast, there are three main things that you will be doing:

– grinding a lot of dungeons

– complete a ton of quests

– invest a lot of time in game

Always team up with other players and turn auto on

Whenever you have activated auto combat, you will always have some small extra EXP earnings, so make sure that when you are fighting you have it turned on. Of course, you should automatically move away from danger by avoiding the red carpets, but that shouldn’t keep you from having auto turned on.

You can find the “Auto” option on top of the chat, so make sure that you activate it during the fights. You can cast skills and move without disrupting this, so make sure you do it!

Another thing to keep in mind, is that you should make sure that you are in a party, even if you are just casually grinding monsters. By being in a party you will get even more EXP bonus, so it’s definitely a big plus.

Perfect World Mobile – How to create, dismiss and search party:

A party can have a maximum number of 6 players, so it’s you and 5 others. You can quickly access the party interface by double tapping on the icon on the very left of your screen, right underneath the quests.

Creating a party in PW

If you want to create a party, you can tap on the “Create Party” button in the bottom side of the interface that pops up. There, you can tap on the “+” to manually add other players, or on the “Automatching” to automatically look for members.

If you want to create a group, you will have to set in the top side of the interface a “Target” which can be either dungeon that you want the group for, and the level range (though it doesn’t really matter that much).

Sometimes people from the same server will join automatically, but when there are not enough people left, you can put the search to be “Cross server” (however this will make the game slightly more laggy), and you will have to accept the player invitations.

Dismissing or leaving a party in PW

When you want to leave the party, you can also head on to the party interface in the left side of the screen from the main game interface, and you will spot a button with “Leave“. Once you tap that, you will be able to leave the party that you joined.

Searching a party in PW

When you want to search for a party, it’s slightly easier. All you need to do is head on to the “Events” tab and select the dungeon that you want to apply for. Then you can select to match automatically so that you will be automatically placed in a party.

Complete the EXP dungeons

Once you’ve joined a party, make sure that you will start completing dungeons, and more precisely the EXP dungeons. These will provide you quite a lot of EXP so it’s a fairly easy way to level up quickly.

Find the EXP dungeons by tapping on the “Events” menu on the left side of the minimap. There, you can head on to the “EXP” tab and you will see quite the list. Listed there are all the EXP giving dungeons which you can take part in.

Some of these dungeons are available only on certain days of the week (such as Phoenix Creek), while others are available only during certain times of the day (such as Divine Valley).

I suggest that you complete them ASAP and with a full party and auto on, so that yo can benefit from the maximum EXP bonuses given.

Complete the quests

If you are not really in the mood for dungeons, you finished them or there are simply no dungeons available, then you should start (or rather, continue) with your quests. Like I mentioned in the game guide, there are a few types of quests that you can complete. Some of these quests are a one time thing only and they help you advance in the game (the main quests), while others are there to give you various items and even EXP.

The quests can be acquired by visiting NPCs in towns with an exclamation mark on top of their heads, or by simply following the main quest line.

When you are following the main quest, you will often visit various NPCs which will have tasks for you. Accept them, and try to complete everything! The quests are marked on your quest tracker as follows:

[M] – your main quests, which give EXP and items and help you progress further into the game.

– [Guide] – small tasks which you can complete, but they are not giving you anything in return pretty much. They are, as the name implies, guides.

– [Cul] – the Cultivation quests, which are there to increase your Cultivation, which in turn enables you more stats and makes you more powerful. They don’t give EXP, but they are good for making you more powerful.

– [O] – I am still not certain about this abbreviation, but it will show you either the oracle quest or optional quest. This type of quests will give you EXP, but they are super good for also claiming other rewards, such as currency and gears, depending on the quest.

– [C] – the quest chain, or chain quests which are good because they give some EXP.

– [S] – these are the side quests, which also give you EXP and sometimes useful items.

I suggest that you go do any quests that are available to you while you do not have access to any dungeons, for the duration that you are in game.

Keep in mind: prioritize EXP dungeons, then quests! The EXP from the dungeons is way better than the EXP from the quests, and since dungeons are limited, you should make sure that you do them whenever they are available.

These would be all of our tips for leveling up fast in Perfect World Mobile! Do you know some more tips on how you can level up fast in PW? Share them with us down in the comments section below!

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Cristina Mesesan
I have been playing games ever since I can remember. My passion for video games and especially pixel graphic games must have started back when I was little, because every time I try a new game with pixel graphics I immediately fall addicted to it! I started writing about mobile games in November 2018, focusing on creating in-depth guides for the most popular titles out there. Other than games, I am also passionate about design, and working on my very own pixel game in my free time.

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