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Murim Cultivation Wiki – Ultimate Guide

Everything you’ll need to know about Murim Cultivation!

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Here’s our Murim Cultivation Ultimate Guide & Wiki. It has all the important information and points of interest that you’ll need to know about the game – including weapons, race, NPCs, items, Qi and more! Feel free to use the table of contents below to navigate through the guide and jump onto what you’ll need. Also, if you’d like us to add something, let us know in the comments section below.

Table of Contents – Everything You’ll Need!

How To Get All Weapons Guide

There are a total of 6 weapons that you can find in Murim Cultivation. The first two weapons are extremely easy to get, while the other weapons require you to fight specific enemies. Here is a list of all the weapons, and how you can get them:

  • Basic Sword – Obtained by buying it from the Blacksmith for 150 silver.
  • Basic Battle Axe – Obtained by buying it from the Blacksmith for 150 silver.
  • Tanto – Obtained by getting the Tanto manual, which can be found in bandits in the Bandit Village. Each bandit will have a 2% chance of dropping the bandit, so you will need to fight them a lot if you want to get the Tanto.
  • Great Sword – Obtained by killing a dwarf called Guo Shi near the Demonic Overlord boss. Guo Shi will have a 5% chance to drop the Great Sword.
  • Demonic Violence – Obtained by killing the Demonic Overlord boss in the volcano. Demonic Overlord will have a 10% chance to drop Demonic Violence.
  • Angelic Spear – Obtained by killing the Heavenly Martial Master. Same with the Demonic Violence, the Angelic Spear has a 10% chance to drop whenever you defeat the Heavenly Martial Master.
Getting weapons in Wayfinder.

If you want to read more about the topic in Murim Cultivation, make sure to check out our dedicated article on how to get all the weapons in the game!

How To Get Race Skills Guide

There are currently only three race skills that you can get in the game. One is available to all races, and two are exclusive to a specific race. For the first race skill, we’ll talk about Neko.

You can get the Neko skill called Neko Barrage by talking to the Neko teacher called Nyatasha. Again, this race skill can only be learned by Neko’s, so if you’re any other race that isn’t Neko, then you’re out of luck.

The Neko teacher, Nyatasha, will teach Neko Barrage in Murim Cultivation.

The other race skill that you can learn is the Dragon’s Breath skill from the Dragon Clansmen in the Dragon Cultivation Zone.

You will need to speak to the Dragon Clansmen as a Dragon race in order to get the race skill. Like the Neko race, if you are not a Dragon, then you cannot learn this skill no matter what you do.

The Dragon teacher, Dragon Clansmen, will teach Dragon's Breath in Murim Cultivation.

The last race skill, which isn’t really a skill per se but it’s something that all races can learn, is Martial Arts. Just above the Dragon Cultivation Zone, you can find a Martial-Artist punching a tree repeatedly.

Talk to him and you will get the chance to learn Martial Arts from him. However, you will not be able to learn if your body is not properly ready. What that means is that you need to grind for your Body Cultivation, which is a long time to grind.

If you want to read more about the topic in Murim Cultivation, make sure to check out our dedicated guide on how to get race skills!

The Martial Artist teacher that will teach you Martial Arts in Murim Cultivation.

How To Change Race

There are two main ways to change your race in the game. Like most Roblox games, you can reroll race in the Stats Settings at the cost of 100 Robux.

Another method is by using the Race Manual. You can find Race Manual randomly spawn on the ground or grind mobs that drop them. The Giant Enkelados, Dwarf Guo Shi, Heavenly Martial Master, and the Demon Boss are some who drop them.

Do note that rerolling your race gives you a random chance of getting a new race. So, unless you’re a Neko or Human, you have a very small chance of rerolling something better.

There are currently 6 types of races in the game. The most common being Human, followed by Neko, Lizardman, Dwarf, Elf, and then Dragon.

The only races that come with Qi Cultivation multiplier are the Elves and Dragons. If you want to gain the most effective gain in Qi, perhaps you wish to reroll into these races. Or you just want to have tails like the Lizardmen do.

If you want to read more about the topic in Murim Cultivation, make sure to check out our dedicated guide on how to change race!

All NPCs & Their Item Drops

Whatever the NPC is, Murim Cultivation emphasizes in balancing between meditating, PVEs, and PVPs. Hence, mobs and NPCs don’t spawn as often as you want them to. This makes even being able to find them a competition among players. Consult the map below for easy navigation in the game!

Bandits, which is the first popular grinding ground for newbies, spawns not far from the Starter Village. Bandits are one of the two enemies that drop Low Crystals. In addition, different bandits drop different items.

  • Iron Fang the boss drops Aptitude Manual (0.75%), Low Quality Qi Pill (15.25%), Bread (15%), and Tanto Manual (9%).
  • Himoty Filbert, Fang Ming, Lin Fang, and Huang Ming drops Aptitude Manual (0.2%), Low Quality Qi Pill (10.6%), Bread (10%), and Tanto Manual (2%).

Treelings can be found anywhere within the forest. They spawn randomly and are some of the first enemies you can just one shot with simply a high cultivation. Treelings’ drops are Low Crystal, Aptitude Manual (0.1%) and Bread (39.1%).

Giants spawn beyond the arches, after the Bandit area. They’re popular for dropping Intermediate Crystals and Divine Beast Narrows, but similarly, also drops different items depending on the name.

  • Enkelados also drops Ground Smash Manual (5%), Race Manual (2%), Aptitude Manual (2%), and Low Quality Qi Pill (35%).
  • Polybotes and Porphyrion drops the exact same items except the percentage of Ground Smash Manual is 3% instead of 5%.
Murim Cultivation: All NPCs & Their Item Drops

Dwarves are located beyond the beach and similar to giants, drop Intermediate Crystals as well, but they’re easier to deal with. Different dwarf drops different items.

  • Dwarf Guo Shi drops Greatsword Manual (5%), Race Manual (1.25%), and Low Quality Qi Pill (10.75%).
  • Bao Hong, Liu Ming, Bao Bai drops Low Quality Qi Pill (25%) and Bread (10%).

The Heavenly Martial Master is one of the few bosses in the game and the only one to drop the Advanced Crystal. They drop the Aptitude Manual (5%), Race Manual (5%), Heavenly Spear Manual (10%), and the Heavens Pierce Manual and Heavenly Elixir Gourd for unknown rates.

Demon Boss, perhaps the most elusive boss in the game, has the highest drop rate for Aptitude Manual (15%) and Race Manual (15%). He also drops the Demonic Violence Manual (10%), Abyssal Heartstone, and the Supreme Crystal.

All of the enemies in the game also gives Masteries. The harder they are, the more Mastery they grant. Those are all of the NPCs in the Murim Cultivation game and their drops!

If you want to read more about the topic in Murim Cultivation, make sure to check out our dedicated article on all the NPCs and their item drops!

Murim Cultivation: All NPCs & Their Item Drops

How To Get All Crystals

There are four types of crystals: low, intermediate, advanced and supreme. The higher the crystal grade, the more difficult it is to kill the monsters that guard them.

The low-quality crystals are dropped by bandits and treelings. You can find the bandits inside the village and it’s typically crowded as it’s the easiest type of crystals to get. Treelings spawn outside the village near the broken bridge area. They are also aggressive and attack on sight.

The intermediate-quality crystals are easy to find by killing Giants and Dwarves. You can find Giants spawning near the bandits, past the archs. But they are a lot harder to deal with compared to the dwarves. But they’re alternatives if you want to find more crystals.

Dwarves, on the other hand, are a lot easier to deal with. They spawn near the Demonic Overlord. Swim past the water and go to the island with the torch. There will be Dwarves here that you can kill for intermediate crystals.

For advanced cyrstals, you can kill the Heavenly Martial Master or the Dwarf Boss. The Heavenly Martial Master is to the right from the town, and then another right. Stay on this path until you see a path leading to a platform with jutting pillars to your left.

For Supreme crystal, you can find it only by grinding The Demon boss. Also coincidentally, the game’s strongest enemy. The Demon Boss is all the way across the sea from the beach, past two sets of bridge.

Naturally, as the hardest boss in the game, you’ll probably need to bring a whole party to deal with the it.

If you want to read more about the topic in Murim Cultivation, make sure to check out our dedicated guide on how to get all the crystals!

How To Get Qi Fast Guide

Basically, you’ll need to consider lots of things if you want to get Qi faster and more efficiently. To sum it up, you’ll need to get high aptitude, utilize cultivation zones, defeat lots of mobs, grind your cultivation mastery and more. If you’re interested and want more details, read further into the guide.

How to Get High Aptitude

One of the main things you’ll need to do is to get high aptitude, at least 25+. The reason why is because this will help you. In order to get your aptitude higher, you’ll need to do a lot of mob farming and grinding.

The mobs you’ll want to farm are bandits, giants, and treemen — you’ll need to defeat them over and over again until you get enough aptitude spins. Afterwards, you’ll want to use your spins to get to 25+ aptitude. For their locations, we unfortunately can’t provide a map for your convenience. Here’s the location of all the NPCs you’ll need to grind:

  • Bandits — go straight from the Starter Village and go right, you’ll get into the Bandit Village where these bad boys are located.
  • Giants — from the Bandit Village, go right until you reach a sandy area.
  • Treemen — we don’t have directions for this location specifically, but they are located in an area filled with lots of trees. Use that as a guide in finding these NPCs.

In case, you’re not familiar with aptitude, it functions as a qi multiplier, determining the speed at which a cultivator progresses. A higher aptitude means faster cultivation, with a cultivator possessing an aptitude of 2 progressing twice as fast as one with an aptitude of 1. The aptitude scale ranges from 1 to 10, with 10 representing the highest level of aptitude achievable.

It’s important to note that aptitude alone does not act as an overall multiplier. Instead, it interacts with the zone multiplier. For example, if someone has an aptitude of 4 in an area with a zone multiplier of 2, the total qi multiplier would be 8x, effectively accelerating their cultivation progress eightfold.

Aptitude in Murim Cultivation

Cultivation Zones

Speaking of zones, there are places in the game where you get a Qi multiplier through meditation, and they are called Cultivation Zones. They’re also called training zones and you can press “T” in order to see their locations. The amount of multiplier will depend on the location — here’s a list of all the locations as well as their corresponding multiplier:

  • Spawn House — 2x Qi Multiplier, it is located next to the spawn point.
  • Temple Area — 5x Qi Multiplier, required Peak.
  • Cave — 10 x Qi Multipler, requires, Qi Liquidation.

Cultivation Mastery

Aside from the other points mentioned, you’ll also want to pay attention to your Cultivation Mastery. It isn’t really usually prioritized but keep in mind that higher cultivation mastery means higher Qi gains. At least, 10-20 is good but reaching up to 50-100 will get you tons of Qi.

Get a Race with Qi Buff

It’s often overlooked but there are two specific races that give you a Qi Buff which stacks with the other multipliers and zones. However, the downside is that the chances of getting them is pretty low. If you want to get Qi faster, consider taking them as your race. Here’s the two races as well as their designated Qi buff and chance:

  • Dragon — 10% chance, 1.35 Qi buff
  • Elf — 5% chance, 1.3 Qi buff

Qi Pill

If you want to consider more methods, you can also use an item to gain Qi. The item is called Qi Pill which you can purchase from the Shady Man in the Cave for 100 silver or find it at one of the trinkets drop locations. The Qi Pill can be used to gain a +0.2 Qi multiplier for 2 minutes, which stacks with the other multipliers and zones.

Defeat The Heavenly Martial Master

Lastly, if you think you have what it takes, you can take on to the final boss of the game which is the Heavenly Martial Master. The boss can drop Qi which is a lot.

If you want to read more about the topic in Murim Cultivation, make sure to check out our dedicated guide on how to get Qi fast!

Complete Beginner’s Guide

Every game looks difficult when you are a beginner. So, it is important to accept help from others and learn some basic information before trying to do everything on your own.

We are going to talk about what you can find at the first Spawn Location, all the areas you can go for Qi Training, how to gain silver, and more. So, let’s take a look.

Murim Cultivation Complete Beginner's Guide

Starter Village

When you first get into the game, you will spawn in the Starter Village. There you can find the Black Smith. You can purchase your starter weapons from him if you do not want to deal with punching NPCs until they drop weapons for you. However, you will need to have at least 150 silver to be able to buy a Basic Sword or Basic Axe.

We will explain where to get Silver later in this guide. Keep reading to find out!

Murim Cultivation Complete Beginner's Guide

How to See Training Zones

There is a way for you to see everything around you in Murim Cultivation. All you need to do is to basically press the ‘T’ key, and all the training locations near you will show up. This feature might help you a lot so you don’t have to wander around not knowing where you are going when you first begin playing the game.

Murim Cultivation Complete Beginner's Guide

Multiplier QI Zones

There are some locations you can go and meditate to multiply your Qi gain by certain amounts. As a new player, the first one you can go to is the 2x Multiplier point, Lily Pad Pond. This area is close to the Starting Village. Even though you can go to the other zones too, the easiest one to go to will be this one for you.

Murim Cultivation Complete Beginner's Guide

After you have enough skills, you should go to the 5x Multiplier, Peak zone to learn Peak. But we do not recommend you to do this until you grind for items and level up your character a bit.

Murim Cultivation Complete Beginner's Guide

Bandit Village

If you go straight from the Starter Village or go in the direction of the 5x Multiplier Zone and turn right, you will get to an area called Bandit Village. This is the location you can find Bandit NPCs. You can grind them to get some important items for your journey.

However, wait until you get to Qi Grinding level before going to the Bandit Village. These NPCs will not be easy for you to defeat while you are a beginner in the game so you need to make sure to make some practice and improve yourself first.

Once you are skilled enough to go there, you can grind the Bandits until they drop Tanto Manual. After that, you can use the Tanto Manual to get Tanto Sword.

If you go right from the Bandit Village, you can also see the area where you can see Giants. It is not a place for a beginner, but you can give it a look to familiarize yourself with the map a little bit.

Murim Cultivation Complete Beginner's Guide

Wheat Farm

From the Starter Village, if you go in the opposite direction of the Bandit Village, you will reach the Wheat Farm. You can also press ‘T’ to see the 10x Training Zone and you will find it slightly to the left of that location.

The Wheat Farm is where you are going to collect wheat to get silver. You can easily collect the wheat there, the maximum amount you can carry at once is going to be 30.

Murim Cultivation Complete Beginner's Guide

The Farmer NPC

After you collect wheat from the Wheat Farm, you should find the Farmer to sell them and get silver in return. Go to the 5x Training Zone to find him and you are going to see him standing on the bridge.

If you want to read more about the topic in Murim Cultivation, make sure to check out our dedicated article for the Complete Beginner’s Guide!

Conclusion

These are everything you need to know as a beginner in Murim Cultivation. Once you learn and apply everything we mentioned in this guide, you will pretty much become a decent player in the game.

One final tip we can give to you is always trying to learn new Qi abilities and improve your character. Be patient and start from easier NPCs before jumping on to the difficult bosses. You will eventually become a master in the game if you do this.

Murim Cultivation Complete Beginner's Guide

How To Get Items Fast

If you want to get items really fast in Murim Cultivation, basically the method you have to apply is grinding bosses and NPCs. Having certain items with you will speed up this process, let’s see which items are the most helpful and how to get them.

Murim Cultivation How To Get Items Fast

Tanto Sword

The first item you would want to look for is the Tanto Sword. It is a weapon in the game that has one of the fastest attack speeds. The first thing you should do to find this sword is go to the Bandit Village and grind them until one of them drops the Tanto Manual, which is the item you need to get the Tanto Sword.

Murim Cultivation How To Get Items Fast

Great Sword

You can obtain the Great Sword by grinding Dwarfs on their little island. You will have to spend some time until they drop the weapon, but doing this will also help you get more items so it can be said that it is going to be a win-win situation for you. Once you get the Great Sword, you can use it to easily slice bosses and NPCs to grind items fast and easily.

Other than these items, you can also go to the Giant Desert and try to grind items from Giants as well. It is not that difficult to defeat them once you have proper weapons and you are at a good level, but you might still want to improve yourself before going there.

If you want to read more about the topic in Murim Cultivation, make sure to check out our dedicated guide on how to get items fast!

Murim Cultivation How To Get Items Fast

That sums it up for our Murim Cultivation Wiki – Ultimate Guide. We understand that we may miss out on some of the information here, but we’ll make sure to update and complete everything you’ll need to the game.

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