Noob question: funded vs unfunded?

  1. i read some of the FAQs about assassins and it talks about funded assassins being better than unfunded. does funded mean u use NX cash?

    User Info: TheLastLizard

    TheLastLizard - 8 years ago

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  1. The statement "funded assassins are better than unfunded" in itself, is stupid. A funded character of any class will be stronger than a non-funded character of the same class. That's...rather common sense.

    However, that is not your question. Your question is what the term "funded" means. The term funded is used to describe someone with money using that money to give their new character an advantage over a player who has no "main character."

    For example, say you have a level 120 character, you have a lot of meso, and you're bored of your character. You could take your money, create a new character, and buy all kinds of high powered equips and potions for your new character, whereas someone just starting the game will have no other character to take money from. Your character would be funded, the other player's would not.

    User Info: DrainHeart101

    DrainHeart101 (Expert) - 8 years ago 1 0


  1. No it means that assasins need more money because they have to spend on throwing stars because throwing stars are really expensive

    User Info: snake_eater_2

    snake_eater_2 - 8 years ago 0 0
  2. Funded lots of mesols

    non funded little mesols

    once u get ilbies it only cost 640mesols to recharge bak to 800 from 0.

    User Info: 1234hanrik

    1234hanrik - 8 years ago 0 0
  3. A funded (assassin) basically means that you have lots of money on your main character and you use that money for your (assassin) to make it stronger/better, etc. It doesn't really mean you use NX cash.

    Funded person = Lots of money to make a new character. New character is stronger than average.

    Unfunded person = Small amounts of money to make a new character. New character's strength is usually average.

    User Info: SodaP0PZ

    SodaP0PZ - 8 years ago 0 0

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