An island once thought to have been inhabited by villagers, it is now the main outpost of the Cox Pirates. Their influence has grown so great that Calpheon is planning a punitive expedition across the whole island, but this has become very troublesome because the so-called invincible Trina Marine Knights are experiencing some difficulties.
|Recommended Level||54 ~ 56Lv|
|Distance Efficiency between Village||★★☆☆☆||Finally, a repair NPC! And even a currency exchange!|
|User Density||★★★★☆||Party hunting is the way to go! Let’s go level up, Khuru!|
|Difficulty||★★★☆☆||It’s always those pesky gunners that are the problem|
|Hunting Sensation||★★★★☆||Similar to Sausans|
|Unique Drop||Ring, Earring||Red Coral Ring, Blue Coral Ring, Red Coral Earring, Blue Coral Earring|
|Mount Parking||Kuit Islands Wharf|
Monster Types and Level
- Basic Information
- Mostly 55~56Lv Party type monsters
- Melee: Cox Warrior, Cox Raider, Cox Female Warrior, Cox Elite Warrior, Cox Elite Gladiator, Deck Combatant, Deck Elite Combatant, Red Foot Assassin
- Melee2: Megimegi, One-Eyed Outlaw, Captain Khuru, Iron Combatant, Elite Sentinel, Crazy Jack
- Ranged: Drunk Treasure Hunter
- Others: Pirate Watchtower, Pirate Treasure Chest, Cox Prison
- The only hunting ground across the great number of islands. You need to travel for quite a long time on a boat.
- The unique drops available here are exceptional: there is a total of four types available between the rings and earrings of the Coral accessories.
- There is a General Goods Vendor, Blacksmith, and a Currency Exchange at the entrance of the island, allowing for players to remain and hunt for long durations.
- They may be restricted from enjoying other content in the game because players need to venture far into the sea.
It is advised that players meet the AP and DP requirements as the monster density is rather high and the Treasure Hunter has a powerful ranged attack. If you are hunting as a party, then you should not find it too difficult with the minimum to the recommended requirements. However, if you are hunting solo, it is best to exceed the recommended requirements in order to be able to hunt efficiently. If you have what is commonly referred to as the ‘DUO Set’ between the adventurers, then this hunting ground should not be difficult
Crazy Jack, Elite Sentinel, Iron Combatant, and Megimegi are immune to status effects, so adventurers will need to evade or block and negate their attacks in order to survive. Adventurers must also watch out for the Treasure Hunters as they have powerful ranged attacks and are difficult to see due to their small size. In other words, it is best to take care of them first.
Key Locations and Hunting Route
The Kuit Islands are where human-type monsters (12 o’clock direction) coexist with demihuman and other human type monsters (6 o’clock direction, Padix Island). Through the update in May 2016, the density of human type monsters in the north is high. So if you are here to hunt monsters, the north side is recommended rather than the south area. However, if the north area is too congested with players, the south side is a reasonable alternative.
Major Drop Items
- Pirate Bandana - Miscellaneous
- Red Coral Ring
- Red Coral Earring
- Blue Coral Ring
- Blue Coral Earring
- Black Stone(Armor)
- Black Stone(Weapon)
- Various Currencies (e.g. Ancient Iron Coin)
You can obtain various titles in the Kuit Islands that match the size of the island. The titles such as ‘Hee-hee-hee’ and ‘Rum Nymph’ are particularly popular as they match the unique characteristics of a pirate.
- Petty Thief
- Raid Captain
- Talent Above Talent
- Pirate Exterminator
- Dominator of the Red Island
- Marine Fighter
- Spicy Stew Chef
- Wink Girl
- Wink Boy
- Captain Khur
- Drunk Pirate
- The Treasure Hunters
- Pirate Watcher
- Rum Nymph
- Guardian of the Sea
- Heart of the Sea
This hunting ground was never that popular due to problems with accessibility. However, with the recent update with the addition of shops (able to purchase HP potions, repair equipment, exchange silver coins) and the increase in a number of monsters, the Kuit Islands are receiving attention once again.
This place efficiently caters all purposes, whether it be leveling up or farming for items and silver coins, especially to the adventurers that have already conquered most of Mediah. It’s a nice place for solo hunting, but partying up with other adventurers will yield great EXP efficiency, even after Lv. 55. There are also great opportunities to earn money, as monsters drop a good amount of silver coins and miscellaneous items, as well as the potential unique coral accessories.
Of particular interest is the various currencies (Trade Item) that the pirates drop. Gather and sell them through Node Investment to not only earn silver coins but Trading EXP as well.
If you want to forget about everything else and just purely focus on hunting for a period of time, then get on a boat and head off to the Kuit Islands. Can it get any more perfect when you consider that you don’t have to get frightened by the sound of Kzarka’s cry every so often?