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[Class Guide]: Seguriper



You are afraid of the darkness that dwells inside you

But sometimes you gotta fight darkness with darkness



The Seguriper is a really interesting class. It is a hybrid class which means it's not a pure elemental damage based class like mage nor a pure physical damage based class like Azure Knight. I will talk more about this later in this guide.
Segupriper is an amazing all-round class which is easily noticed by the sheer amount of seguripers seen in the game especially by hard farmers and new players. This is due to Seguripers ability to not only dish out some crazy amounts of DPS in PvE as well as PvP, but also due to its ability to buff and heal itself. If that isn't enough the Seguriper also uses a freaking scythe as a weapon, so if you're the type who is into dark themes, weakening your opponent with curses and tearing them apart with scythes then the Seguriper is definitely your class!


In this guide I will talk about:

1) Seguriper is a Hybrid class
2) What skills to level up
3) Important skills and what they do
4) Possible Stat Builds
5) Seguriper Playstyles
6) Bonus: Segureaper in team PvE


1) Seguriper is a Hybrid Class

Yes, I mentioned that Seguriper is a hybrid class, but what exactly does that mean?
It means that Seguriper uses skills that are both Curse Elemental Based AND Physical Damage Based as well.
Curse Elemental Based skills have higher damage the more points you put in SPR and Physical Damage Based skills have higher damage the more points you put in STR.
Oh no this sounds really complicated, how do I know what skills are Curse and which are Physical?
I will show you right now!



2) What skills to level up

Like with every class, some skills are more useful than others, but how do you know which skills you should level up to avoid wasting your precious skillpoints?
I will show you right now!



3) Important skills and what they do

Now a lot of people who make guides often talk about combos. "What combos should I use so I can always kill my enemies?"
I'm sorry to break it to you, but I'm not going to do that, because Dekaron is a fast-paced action MMORPG, if you are just going to use the same combo over and over you will never be a strong player.
Instead, I will show you some important skills and explain what they do and how they can be used in various situations. This way you can practice and shape your own combos and playstyle.
The most important trick to becoming a good player is experience. Learn everything you can about all the classes so you can figure out the best way for you to counter each class and each different player's playstyle. This goes for all classes by the way, not just segu.
I will, however, show you my skillbar setup as well, just to show you that there isn't much logic in how I set up my skillbar. I can't just 1 2 3 4 5, I play with whatever I'm most comfortable with and then I adjust my playstyle depending on the class and player I'm facing.

Knowledge is power so allow me to share mine:

t6G2FP3.png RgrIizR.png - Self Healing and Healing Moss. Pretty self-explanatory. You use these to avoid getting killed. Timing on these however are actually quite important. You don't wanna use them too early and you don't wanna use them too late.

5nyU5cF.png - Recover Shield. Also pretty self-explanatory. Once again your timing is important. I usually use this if my enemy is hesitating to attack or if they are running away from me and I choose not to pursue because I know I can't finish him off yet.

k6giOwQ.png - Dark Circle. Do your very best to always keep this buff activated as it increases your Curse damage by 10% while active.

QAfBohP.png - Removal. This is actually one of your most important skills. This skill is able to remove severe debuffs from yourself. This includes both PvP and PvE. Do you know that annoying web/hp drain from the first spider in Tower 2nd floor? remove it. Know that annoying 20-second stun from Rudene? remove it.
Some important skills you can remove in PvP though would be (There may be more but I can't recall all of them right now, feel free to comment if you remember more):
 - Palpus slow/poison resistance debuff (Vicious/Concerra Summoner)
  - Vulnerable Arrow defense debuff (Segita Hunter)
Note: Removal can NOT remove curses (segu and segnale debuffs)

l2qFC4x.png - Paralyze. Decreases the opponent's movement speed by 100%. Can be used for escapes, catching running targets and even disrupting combos of classes such as Dragon Knight that are reliant on short duration buffs/pulses for burst dps combos.

WjCo49G.png - Reduce Curse. Reduces the opponents curse resistance by 650 for 14 seconds. If you are quick this can be used to increase the potency of a curse damage combo on a sleeping target.

doMZQJH.png - Sleep. Much like, but more efficient than Paralyze. Puts your target to sleep and can be used to interrupt your opponent's combo, but also to initiate your own.

LwXr1vl.png - Cursed Fog. This aoe debuff decreases your targets critical rate by 644 and hit rate by 1089 for 60 seconds. Keep this on your opponent as much as possible to minimize the damage you take from their attacks.

3X3YF8G.png - Cursed Mist. This aoe debuff decreases your targets max hp by 15% but also reduces all healing efficiencies by 45%. This is especially effective when you believe your opponent is on HP and you wanna finish them off as their max hp is reduced by 15% and their hp potion effects are almost halved. This means an imperial potion (heals 8000 HP) will instead only heal 4400. This debuff also lasts 60 seconds.

OCmFGfm.png - Curse Legion. While this skill isn't that harmful compared to some others, it can be used to throw off some people chasing you in wars, as it is natural for them to dodge aoes even though the skill is pretty much harmless. Can also be used in huge cluster fights to deal a small amount of damage to a lot of targets.

we0hgcT.png - Blood Hit. This is an extremely important skill. What makes this skill so deadly is that all hits track the target. That means you can't dodge this skill. This makes the skill extremely good for finishing off running targets.

l0LIBXH.png - Pillages. These skills are extremely important and can be used in a variety of ways. A lot of segus will just spam them for the increased damage, however, I prefer to use them to interrupt other peoples combos (mostly).  The Soul Pillage is especially effective against kiting enemies such as hunter and mages.
Example: If you have ever fought a mage you know they are extremely combo reliant (emitted flash, transfer lightning, and aqua circle). Simply throw a pillage as soon as you see a mage do Emitted Flash and their main combo is already ruined.
Check the skill description in game to see what their buffs/debuffs do. They mainly lock your targets use of skills and then absorb their magic attack, physical attack at the cost of sacrificing some of your own magic resistance or defense.

mloJe8r.png - Tizen Storm. This skill increases your movement speed by 20% and your PvP damage tolerance by 10% for 8 seconds. This is extremely useful for escaping combos or minimizing the potency of another players combo on you. It also pulses dealing small damage to surrounding targets.

FX5MbIT.png - Fin Rising. This isn't the most important skill, but I do like to use it when fighting classes that rely on kiting and aoes such as hunters and mages as it slows the target, but also dodge their aoe by moving towards them.

lY5Yfqy.png - Envoy Other Self. This skill has high physical damage and is also a really good skill for chasing down kiting or running targets. Not only does it pursue your target, but it also increases your critical rate by 12% for 8 seconds, which allows for a follow up combo.

6lpWSJz.png VMGJtBF.png - Envoy Prison and Curse Circle. Envoy Prison lowers your targets movement speed by 100% for 3 seconds while dealing damage. The reason I combined these is that this is one of my favorite combo starters with segu on targets that are far away. I sleep or paralyze them then throw Envoy Prison followed up by Curse Circle. Curse Circle is hard enough to dodge as it is an even harder with the movement speed debuff. Additionally, Curse Circle also decreases ALL damage of your opponent by an incredible 20% for 5 seconds.

YxM7yh6.png - Diskalo. This skill causes curse damage to pulse around you 5 times having a 75% each hit to reduce your opponents curse resistance by 5% and 150 for 10 seconds. This is a skill that most opponents would like to stay away from, as it is extremely punishing for someone to tank this debuff as the segus curse based skills will deal incredible amounts of damage 10 seconds after. This skill can be used both as defense and offense.

mmc1Kn5.png - Dopios. This is the last skill I'm going to talk about. This skill has extremely high damage, but should only be used when an opponent is asleep or when an opponent is engaging you in close range combat as the range of this skill is extremely low. It can be a hard skill to use, but if you successfully land it the damage is insane. Additionally, this skill also reduces the target's critical damage by 10% each hit for 7 seconds.

There are more important skills, but I left some out because I figured they were pretty self explanatory.


4) Possible Stat Builds

Like with all classes there are 3 overall stat builds:

- Heal build
- Mixed build
- Str/Dex/Spr build

Whether you follow these or find something in between is completely up to you. It is a matter of preference.
Str is what segu uses for his physical skills, but a str build is mainly used by people who farm easy targets in PvE such as Shadowkris.
Full Heal build is definitely something I can recommend for any new players as it allows you to survive.
A heal build is definitely also something I recommend just overall, for both PvE and PvP alike, it doesn't have to be FULL heal.

This is my stat build on Seguriper for reference:
333 STR - 5 DEX - X HEAL - 222 SPR
X means just add all remaining stat points on heal.
Also, note that since I use a heal build the majority of my combos consist of Curse based skills. However, this doesn't mean I don't use physical based skills as well.

Like I said, in the end, its a matter of preference.
You can copy my build or find one that suits you and your playstyle.


5) Seguriper Playstyles

I feel like a lot of this has already been covered in "important skills and what they do", but I have a quick suggestion that I hope you will take into consideration if you wish to become a good Seguriper.
When you play you will see A LOT of segus doing the following:
Sleep > Use all 3 pillages > Culpierd > Blood Hit
This is without second thought one of the WORST combos you can use as a seguriper in my opinion. You literally just threw away all your combo breakers and counter possibilities just for some extra damage. This is something only a very unskilled seguriper would do UNLESS you are certain that your target has no shield left and you want to finish him off as quickly as possible. Wasting your pillages like this leaves you extremely open and vulnerable especially against classes such as Concerra Summoner and Dragon Knight whose only purpose in life is to erase you from existence.
Anyways that is just my opinion on that "combo".

As promised here's a picture of my Seguriper skillbar to show you that I don't have any logical setup or 1 2 3 4 combo setup. Obviously, if I used 1 2 3 4 5 with this skillbar I would get my ass handed to me in an instant. I simply put the skills the way I'm most comfortable with:



6) Seguriper in team PvE (BONUS)

Just a few quick tips when you're doing PvE and fighting strong bosses as a segu in a party.

- A lot of boss debuffs can be removed with "Removal" If you see any party members in trouble don't hesitate to help them
- As a segu you're obv not a segnale, but IF you see someone about to die while you're doing fine yourself, don't hesitate to throw them some of that juicy healing moss
- Please always keep your party buffed ❤️


I hope you will find this guide to your liking. It has been a while since I've played Seguriper, however, I can comfortably say that this is one of, if not my overall strongest class.
Also, feel free to share in the comment section if you have any question or have something I left out then I can add it to the guide :)

          - Sparky


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    Q. Where is the best place to farm Dils?
    A. One of the best ways to farm dils is by killing Shadow Kris in Under Crespo Main. To get there teleport from Makaio in Ardeca to Parca Temple and then from Parca Temple to Under Crespo Main. Shadowkris drops 5mil dils and commonly drops Copper Argates and Silver Argates while also having a slim chance of dropping a Gold Argate.
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    A. To get the level 151 wings you have to go to The Deadlands and farm 300 Mithrils. Mithrils are common drops from any monster in The Deadlands. When you have 300 Mithrils go to NPC Ishtar in Ardeca and exchange them for level 151 wings.
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    A.  Draviss Artifacts are uncommon drops from Cuff Juliegh and Juliegh monsters in Draviss Fields aswell.
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    Q. How do I get Daes Arie ring and how do I upgrade it?
    A. To get Daes Arie ring go to Egutt Desert level 100 area and farm 300 beads of deal. Then exchange those into the Ring of Jebaheu at NPC Ishtar in Ardeca. Then farm 1500 Narukes in Egutt Desert level 181 or 160 area and exchange your Ring of Jebaheu and 1500 Narukes into the Daes Arie ring.
    To upgrade your Daes Arie ring into a Tiesto Arie ring, a Dark Stone and a Mana Crystalline is required. Dark Stones and Mana Crystallines drops from Tower of Spell bosses. When you have a Dark Stone and a Mana Crystalline go to NPC Luster and NPC Kaylor in Rest of Admirers to upgrade the ring.
    Q. How do I get Seal of Destruction and how do I upgrade it?
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    Q. How do I get Noble Soul and how do I upgrade it?
    A. Noble Soul drops from the Lionheart boss in Egutt level 160+ Area. This boss is very strong and I recommend you get someone to help you kill it. Unlike Daes Arie and Seal of Destruction, you can equip up to 4 Noble Souls at once.
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    Q. Where do I find crap gems for socketing equipment?
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    A. Squama and Lach are obtained from NPC Lowe in Ardeca. Squama and Lach costs Purchase Points which are obtained in DKSQ. DKSQ is a PVP Instance where 2 teams face eachother in a 30 minute battle.
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    A. You can buy level 200 weapons from NPC Lowe in Ardeca. They cost 2mil Purchase Points. Purchase Points can be obtained by participating in DKSQ.
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    A. Blood Bottles are exchangeable misc items dropped by all blood enemies in Parca Temple. Blood Bottles can be used to exchange at NPC Binaelle Fairie in Parca Temple for various goods or sold to stronger players for dils.
    Q. What are Dream Powders and how do I get them?
    A. Dream Powders are exchangeable misc items dropped by all enemies in Python Castle, Doomed Maze, The Deadlands and Mitera. Dream Powders can be used to exchange at NPC Karin in Ardeca for various items or sold to stronger players for dils.
    Q. What are Skins and how do I get them?
    A. Weapon skins is a feature unique to Dekaron Rising. To change the skin you need a +10 level 200 purple crystalline weapon and a skin diamond. There are currently 5 different types of skin diamonds with more to come in future patches:
    [Skin Diamond] Maelstrom [Skin Diamond] Red Light [Skin Diamond] Purple Crystalline [Skin Diamond] Cursed [Skin Diamond] Tech Skin Diamonds are obtained through our unique endgame PvE content that offers extremely hard but fun bossfights. For more info about how to change the skin of a +10 level 200 weapon check NPC: [GM]Katarina next to West Mailbox in Ardeca.
    For more info on Skin bosses check the following guide:

    New Player Guide

    You should start this guide after you have downloaded, created an account, and created your character. To download and create a GAME account, go here:
    Video Tutorial:
    The first thing you should do when you spawn in Ardeca after you make a character and gave it a name is following:
    Open your map (M)

    1. First thing to do is to open your map (M) and go to the Ardeca town exit (big green arrows on the map)
    2. As you venture out of the town Ardeca, simply open your map (M) and follow the green arrows to slay the different level Akris on the map until you are level 60. (make sure to grab the "newbie buff" at the gate exit/entrance to ardeca. simply walk over it. Also remember to pick up the dils drop from Akris)
    3. Once you are level 60+ return to Ardeca.
    4. First thing you should do now is to go buy the skills for YOUR class. (skills are only 1 dil each and skillmasters are located at cordinates 400 : 80)
    5. Once you have bought your skills, you will need as many potions you can get for your level. Also buy 100 return scrolls while you're at it. Head to the merchant NPC "Arenar" who is located at the coordinates 285 : 147 in Ardeca town. (IMPORTANT: Make sure you always save dils for teleportings)


    Alright you have made it this far and the easiest part is over and you are now level 60 and have bought your skills and potions.

    6. It is now time to use the Egutt Desert scroll in your inventory (or go to teleporter NPC "Jerome" located in Ardeca town at coordinates 350 : 142 and teleport to egutt desert from him)

    7. Once you arrive in Egutt Desert you are currently in a safe zone. (However players can attack and kill each other here still)
    8. Go to the NPC "Commander" and teleport to the level 60+ area.
    If you die too many times in egutt desert level 60+ area, and you feel like giving, up here is the 2nd choice:
    As you stand in Ardeca it is time to visit your old friend NPC "Makaio". Teleport to Draco Desert lvl 54+. (This will cost you 3500 dils.)
    Keep slaying the monsters in this map until you think you are strong enough to take on the monsters in Egutt Desert once again.
    9.  Once you have leveled from level 60-80 click your return scroll you bought earlier and return to Ardeca.
    10. Once you have returned to Ardeca re-enter Egutt Desert and teleport to the level 80 area this time. Keep leveling at the level 80 area until you reach level 102 then use another return scroll and return to Ardeca.
    11. Once again re-enter Egutt desert and this time level from 102-120. At level 120 return to Ardeca again.
    12. Re-enter Egutt Desert again and enter level 120 area. Level from level 120-140 then return to Ardeca again.
    13. Re-enter Egutt Desert again and enter level 140 area. Level from level 140-160 then return to Ardeca again.
    14. Re-enter Egutt Desert again and enter level 160 area. Level from level 160-181. Here you also farm your new set. +9 Level 170+ set, weapon and accessories. Monsters have high drop rate.
    You have now completed my new player guide!
    You should now be level 176-180 and fully equipped with your new +9 170 set, wep and accessories. You are now ready for the next step.
    This is also where the new player video tutorial ends and if you watched that then what comes next is the more specific details I promised you in the end of the video.
    Now you have to do two things:
    1) Level up to 200
    2) Farm and get geared
    You can level up from 176-181 in Egutt Desert level 160 area (same place as you farmed your 170+ items)
    Or you can go to deadfront from 166-180. Deadfront is the best EXP from level 166 to 180 so keep an eye out for Deadfront announcements in game or check the timer on our forum front page.
    Once level 180 the best place to level is in Tower of Spell dungeon.
    When you are level 190 the best place to level is Parca Temple. To get to Parca Temple speak with NPC: Makaio in Ardeca. Parca Temple is level 190+.
    As for farming and getting geared you're gonna be spending of lot of time in Miteria
    Open your inventory and use your Miteria scroll (or go to NPC "Jerome" coordinates 350 : 142) Monsters in Miteria drops the next gear sets but only +7. You can farm these and upgrade them later on. The gears are called Osmium and is the 2nd strongest gear in game. Osmium can be upgraded all the way to +10. You will also find level 180 +7 weapons here and level 170 necklaces, rings etc.
    Once you have +10 osmium and 180 wep you can start competing with other players.

    For more details about Mitera please check out this guide:
    I will make a list of other places of interest here:
    Tower of Spell dungeon - Tower of Spell has been reworked and is now the best place to level from 180-190.
    Besides that, Tower of Spell is now also the best place for new players to farm gold argates so they can upgrade the gear they farm in Mitera.
    Find NPC Rezeena [Dungeons] in Ardeca to teleport to Tower of Spell
    Tower of Spell also offers other unique drops such as:
    Dark Stones Mana Crystallines 6% gems +7 180 weapons All resistance gems and guard bijous Seal of Destruction ring Gold Argates Check out this introduction/walkthrough for the Tower of Spell dungeon:
    Ruins of Rudene - Ruins of Rudene has been reworked and offers good EXP at level 190+.
    The dungeon is designed for mid gear players (+9 osm and up) with the exception of the last boss Rudene who is designed for end game players.
    Find NPC Rezeena [Dungeons] in Ardeca to teleport to Ruins of Rudene
    The dungeon offers unique rewards such as:
    Wing Fragments Dream Powders Dils Gold Argates Level 195 Red Sigmetal Weapons 18% blacksmith talisman (last boss) Mablray's Seal (last boss) Level 190 necklaces (last boss)  
    The Deadlands - In The Deadlands you will be looking for "Mithrils". Mithrils are common drops from all enemies in The Deadlands and are used to exchange at NPC Ishtar in Ardeca for level 151 wings.
    The monsters here also drops dream powders, marvics and argates.

    Crespo Abyss - In Crespo Abyss / Under Crespo 1 you can farm Grade Points which gives your character higher rank. When you rank up you are rewarded with extra statpoints. You get 3 stat points each rank. (IMPORTANT: The higher rank you are the harder it is to farm Purchase Points in DKSQ later).

    Parca Temple - In parca Temple you can find Shadowkris near the waterpools. Shadowkris drops 5m dils and a random argate.
    Another type of enemies that spawn in Parca Temple are Sap enemies. The easiest Sap enemy to deal with are the Sap Testee 1. The Sap Testee 1 are more common in the right wing in Parca Temple. Sap enemies drop Sap Bottles which you can exchange for various items at NPC Binaelle Fairie who is located next to the teleporter NPC Conrad.
    Parca Temple is the BEST place to level at 190+ but also the hardest place.

    Abandoned City - In Abandoned City you will be farming for wing fragments to upgrade your level 151 wings. Fully upgraded level 151 wings have the same stats as Dshop wings. The exchange NPC is located at the Abandoned City entrance.
    To get to the Abanandoned City speak with NPC Orz in Ardeca.

    Aquarai Ruins - In Aquarai Ruins you can find the so called "crap gems" which are gems so bad that they serve no other purpose than to increase the success chance of you creating a socket in your armor or helmet. 1 gem = 5% more chance of succes. You can sacrifice up to 5 crap gems which is a total of +25% increased chance to make a socket.

    If you have any questions about anything you feel I forgot or didn't specify in the guide feel free to join our Discord and shoot me a PM there!
    Please check out the links below. They will help you even more I guarantee you!
    Link to Dils-making guide to Dekaron Rising:
    Link to Frequently Asked Questions thread: