Greetings adventurers, today I'm going to cover on what node to invest around Olvia. Do note that, what I'm going to share is based on my own personal opinion and setup I currently have. I will start off with Velia then subsequently progress accordingly. If you have not seen my node investment for Velia, just click here.
1) Sufficient amount of Contribution Point (CP)
2) Worker Lodging
How many workers in Olvia?
There are a total of 14 workers (13 from lodging + 1 free from town) can be hired in this town. You can purchase an additional 3 lodging from pearls which make it up to 17 workers at
Olvia. In my opinion, you do not need to unlock all lodging here as the surrounding nodes do not provide any good resources unless you plan to make Olvia worker collect resources on nodes across different territories.
What node to Invest?
Before I move to the topic on what node to invest, I would want to emphasize that all these are based on my own setup/suggestion. You may have your own setup and idea on what node to invest based on your strategy. Olvia has very little nodes worth investing in as resources here may be able to purchase in NPC shop or materials here not as rewarding compare to others. Invest in if you have nowhere to put the CP.
For Olvia, I would suggest investing in the Olive and Grape node. Do note that Olive and grape both can be purchase at Fruit Vendor at Calpheon and Lake Flondor. May refer below for the total CP required:
|Nodes||Materials||Total CP from Velia||Node Linkage||Remarks|
|Wale Farm||Olive||2||Olvia --> Wale Farm|
|Casta Farm||Grape||2||Olvia --> Casta Farm|
Total CP required to invest based on the above setup
|Items||Total CP||Lodging Location|
|1||Olvia 7-1 / Olvia 6-1|
That for my guide on Node in Olvia. You may free to follow my setup for Olvia nodes, of course, you also can have your own way of investing the node based on your preferences. Feel free to drop a comment here to share on how you setup your node at Olvia. This would be good for beginners to have more options or general ideas on node investment.