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Best Kamas 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]

Last Updated December 1, 2018
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Billy JacobsHi there, I’m Billy Jacobs. Here are the best kamas for 2018 – based on my own expert opinion, feature sets, prices, and overall popularity.

My main objective is to write article on these subject so that buyers like you can have the best assistance and education in making that next purchase. In this article, I’ve listed down the Top 3 list. These are the best kamas your money can buy.

Best Kamas of 2018

Check them out and decide which one suits you the best to splurge upon. You must have heard that the best kamas should allow you to save money, right? Sure, but that’s not the only reason you should consider getting one. Now, let’s get to the gist of the matter: which are the best kamas for the money? I make the search easier for you, by reviewing the best kamas on the market.

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№1 – Elite Competition Kama-Phoenix Blade

Elite Competition Kama-Phoenix Blade

A champion competitor’s delight!
Ultra-Lightweight wood
Trimmed in Mylar metallic and glitter tape.
For such a price and the level of quality it can’t even have any cons, only pick holes.

Why did this kamas win the first place?

I really enjoy the design. It is compact, comfortable and reliable. And it looks amazing! I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch! I also liked the delivery service that was fast and quick to react. It was delivered on the third day. The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack.












№2 – Proforce® Ultra Kama Case

Proforce® Ultra Kama Case

Made of heavy nylon abrasion resistant fabric
A little more expensive than other brands.

Why did this kamas come in second place?

Seems that the material is good. It has a very beautiful color but I don’t really like the texture. The design quality is top notch and the color is nice. I like this product. For such a low price, I didn’t even hope it to be any better. It’s decently made. I really liked it. It is amazing in every aspect. It did even exceed my expectations for a bit, considering the affordable price.












№3 – Kama – 10″ Competition Ash Wood Kama

Kama - 10

Traditional design
Natural Ash wood handle
Chrome protected, pierced blades
Not enough for all services.
Takes some getting used to.

Why did this kamas take third place?

It doesn’t squeaks nor bents. Looks great in my apartment. It is inconvenient to use due to the size. I am going to get something different next time. This price is appropriate since the product is very well built. We are very pleased with the purchase — the product is great!












Kamas Buyer’s Guide

If you keep the before points in mind, you can easily go out to the market and buy kamas, right? No!

Soul stones.

This is my most favourite way to make kamas. Go kill some Pandala monsters for the artefacts, kill specific monsters for the potion ( in recipe ) and go get some crimson pebbles.

Each stone on my server costs 50kk and the recipe is so simple it’s an amazing source of income. Do kolossium to buy the pebbles or buy them off other people ( pebbles each soul stone ). 100 crimson pebbles cost 250kk ish but 100 pebbles can make 2soul stones which can make a 1mk profit.

The Art of Selling

Due to the fact that Dofus doesn’t have any passive spending (like bills, food and lodging), there is thus no urgency to acquire a steady stream of income…. which is why a merchant selling certain items will still be selling those items week from now, or even month from now. There are ways to selling things; Sell cheap and it goes fast, or sell expensive and it goes slower but earns you a higher profit (Think ‘fast’ food compared to ‘slow’ restaurant food) so it’s up to you how to strike a balance between the two ends.

Random tips

Farmer/baker is GREAT for new players. It is NOT quick, although wholemeal bread and field bread will always be consistent money makers. More times that not, consistency is better that a big loadout or random luck.

If you are very dead set on having professions, I would have to say miner/lumberjack/shield smith are very high in demand right now, and kolo will only help you level these. But more importantly a profession you enjoy leveling will level faster than one in high demand, and in turn make more money FASTER.

At lvl 3agi characters become pretty overpowered and kolo can yield some nice kamas if you can consistantly win atleast match a day, This is not a quick way but a sure way if you can win.

Doploons are a decent way to make money, if you have a few characters able to do them all at the same time. I refrain from offering that advise because Doploons are so useful to you, but making sacriers all lvl 2in a nice cha set and fighting as many dopples as possible is good income. Not the quickest, not even sure if this is still viable.

For any new players or old, Piwi farming should NOT be overlooked as a good source of income/xp/proffesion xp. As well as gobball and field dungeon. very quick kamas

So read at your own risk.

This is my attempt to make a guide to help new players as a introduction how to make money within the game. I will update this from time to time, my words here are not absolutely perfect and they may well be room for improvement or in my experience my beliefs may be based on wrong assumptions.

I am not going to give you any specific details. Why not? Because this is a capitalist style economy after all. If I tell you make item X and you will make lots of money. Everyone will do this and I will have lost my way of earning money. Eventually no one will be able to earn money as people always want their kamas instantly so you get into a price war going lower and lower until your both losers.

Dropping kamas from monsters

All monsters drop kamas kamas per level however high level people can kill low level monsters and farm kamas, overall the kamas earnt from killing monster just about gets you or zaaps a day.

The first way we are introduced to in the games is mining the most exciting thing possible.

Acquire the miner profession from the various npc’s before you start mining I would strongly recommend you keep all the iron ore that you gather for the copper +iron recipe. Like usual the resources are split up within a nation from low to high, in your nation that’s from your headquarters to the far reaches of the nation. So iron can be found within the first maps, then copper and so on. Locations for ores can be found on the wiki please use the links in the next sentences.

You may also want to read Miner and Kamas Minter on the wakfu wiki. If you are purely going for kamas you could only mine the ores that are used in kamas recipes BUT the best receipe on the game requires level 60 miner. So its up to you if you want to aim for the best recipe straight away. I will warn you number mining does not level very fast, other players can attack you within the mines without any penalty.

What most players do is we earn some kamas from mining, enough to travel and buy sets then we use other methods to earn kamas from then on.

There are also things that help you gain more ores leading to more kamas, picks, miners hat and pets.

Drops and Resources

This is very simple sell the equipment that you drop and sell the resources that you drop. There are main ways to sell items in-game. The main places to get drops are from dungeons where the Boss monster usually drops equipment items. I believe this to be the most common ways to earn kamas, at present the UB boss drops are worth a lot of kamas, good luck.

At the market places for example Bonta 5th Avenue. You will pay a tax the second you put the item up for sale, the tax is the same for every 2hours so if you put the item up for 7hours you really paying the tax on 2hours three times. I would argue this is the most common way to sell items.

From your haven bag, this time you pay a one time only tax. For a player to see your item they will need to manually click on all your sell room chests. This can be great, especially if you know that your going on holiday. You can set up shop then when you get back your rich muahahahah.

Shouting it out in game selling “Item X for X kamas”

Selling items using the forums Trade section then trade in-game.

Supply and Demand

As everything is driven by the players, we make the prices and we make the demand. We do not have a vast amount of players on the server so you may find that lower level sets have an artificially high price then they really should. This is because the supply is low and the demand is high making a higher price. I don’t think its worth mentioning price strategies its only a game after all.

I do not know the price of an item. Use Wakfu Elements then type into the search box the item.

So we can see the current price and the previous prices I can not stress how amazing and helpful this tool is, I use it all the time as its hard to remember the price of 1000s of items.

Also check what an item is used in my clicking “used in profession’s” icon on the item then right click on the list some times make be used to make something else then something further which has a high value.


What is speculation? this is when you know the true price of an item and someone sell it for less lets say 50 kamas less. You then buy the item and put it up for sale 50 kamas more than you brought less the tax the profit you earn is the speculative profit. Like all profit venture there is a risks. What happens if the true price for that item is actually 50 kamas below what it use to be, you will then be stuck with an item, you may even have to sell it for less than you brought it. In general trying to sell for a higher price takes longer, so you will have to be patient. As the server population isn’t massive this option can not be fully realised.

On dofus I fixed the price of my items the second I saw them in the markets I would buy them and sell at my price. The player who put in the original item was happy for a instant sale. I was happy as I was earning kamas for very little effort, the only effort was waiting a few extra days for the item to sale.


I have already told you about the miner profession. In general all the gathering professions themselves do not earn pretty much any kamas however they are used within the crafting professions. For example using the trapper profession to gather resources to make a bag. If all you need to do is gather using trapper then you should make very good profit.

Its up to you to find out what makes money, what sells well. I will give you a general tip, rings and amulets sell well because they can be used by all classes. You could look up an items that have a high price that are craft able then say OMG that price is too high let me try to make it and see how much it costs.


Wakfu was released on 29th February 201with every server being pay to play, some of Wakfu server have now moved over to free to play with an option to subscribe in order to gain some benefits. There is tons of information on the official forums as well as tons of helpful people.

Now Plan! Your character build

I will try to keep this as short as possible, as a new player you may not know understand all the aspect of the game to make perfect decision but I will give some general advice.

If you do not know what to level, in terms of special abilities or characteristics point level nothing, yes you heard me correctly if you level nothing then you can not make a mistake. However you get a free respec at level 30 and another at level 80 so get experimenting.


Within the game you can reset your spells, abilities etc via a respec scroll.

You can buy a respec scroll from the boutique or do a respec quest, rarely does the game give out free respec.

You can also buy the items needed for the respec quest from other players.

If you are a subscribed member you can access the beta server, level characters to high levels and test tons of stuff.


I am the not the master of spells and spell exp but here is some general info. If you go single or mono element you can max spells with a total of maxed spells all other spells are zero. Duo/two element you can get max spells in one element and spells in a second element with a total of maxed spells. Tri/three element you can get max spells in all elemental trees with a total of maxed spells.

For new players you may want to start out mono or dual element, then after you level 80 respec keep dual element, there is no real benefit from being mono element any more. Tri element can be viable with certain classes using certain builds however its going to be significantly harder to gear then a dual element character.

Here is a video link to the current stat system explained.

Fight what is easy to kill.

How is exp worked out? very simple its done by the level of the group vs. the level of the monster group you want these to be about the same. The higher the level the monster the more exp you get. As long as they don’t take forever on their turns you should be laughing. Also you could try to be social and omg have fun playing with other people who knows?.

Dungeons can be a great way of earning exp because firstly they have fixed maps usually let you use more range/tactics and they have two challenges AND a wisdom bonus for just being inside a dungeon also you have the chance to get boss drops.


Realistically getting levels if you play with others can be done quite quickly, so I would suggest don’t bother wasting your time doing 50 Royal gob dung’s for that Royal gob set, instead I would use what you can. P.S many guilds or even players may give gob sets to the right people. It might also be quick to make/mine kamas and buy your starting sets over farming for them.

Other stuff

If you feel the game is lagging and its not your internet, quit the client as soon as you can and load it up again.

Go to the options, Game/tick the box “allow interaction with the left click I find this much more comfortable.

If you experience a bug, log to the character selection screen should fix most bugs (do not do this during a fight).

If you get stuck anyway, or your cheap (like me) and want to save kamas then zapp back to your home nations type /suicide then press enter it should kill you, and you go back to your phoenix statue.

When you start a fight with a group and you are not sure everyone is in your fight. Look at the left hand side of the screen, the players who in a fight (hopefully your own) will have two crossed swords next to their name. So shout at the person not in the fight, sometimes you may need to pm them quick as group chat does not make a sound.

The classic mistake most people make fighting against close range monster is they keep running towards the monster. This is pointless let monster come to you, the AI is not super advanced to drag out the fight in psychological warfare.

Ogrines expire, Ankama emails you when they will expire there is some formula to work it out exactly but in general buy just enough for what you want and spend them all within a month or so.

Here are some suggestions.

Get the best equips this is a never ended process really

Now if there are any sections you feel this guide really needed tell me please. Some sections like the eco-system I have left out because I know its all on the wakfu wiki.

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Choosing the right size

The sizing charts from most manufacturers relate these sizes to height and weight. In order to get the right size for your body type you need to find your height range in the chart. After you find your height range, look at the corresponding weight range. If your weight is not within that range, continue down the weight column until your weight fits the appropriate range.

In situations where your weight puts you in a larger uniform then your height, your pants are going to be too long and will need to be hemmed up.

If your weight puts you in a smaller size than your height, you should order the size corresponding to your height, but you can expect it to fit a little loose.

It is not uncommon for karate uniforms to need some tailoring to get a perfect fit, unless your are the exact height and weight for that size, so that needs to be taken in to consideration as well when deciding what to get.

Some parents like to get a slightly larger uniform for their younger children so they can grow in to them a bit. In this case, they will just roll up the pants and jacket sleeves until they grow in to them.

Key to dungeon

Just go to gobbal dungeon and capture soul of Royal Gobbal, you can sell it for somethink like 15kk! Im doing all dungeon in 10~1minuts so its good and fast. When you get higher level you can soul better bosses. For example Bworkette is worth somethink like 95kk, level 80+ or 90+ can easly do this dungeon. Only minus of this idea is that you need someone for help (one player fight and one capture soul, soul stone take slot of your weapon and without weapon its nearly impossible to kill royal gobbal or bworkette). Im sometimes going to Dragon Pig Maze, DP soul is worth 250~300kk!

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Dr. Greg Reighard, Clemson University, has led all of our NC-140 peach rootstock trials to date.


The Fighter class is much more open-ended than any other class, due to the relatively huge number of feats allowed. You can customize this class as a pure tank or various types of DPS. “So wait a minute, this sounds just like the Barbarian. What’s going on here?” There are some pretty significant differences between the two, even though they sound alike at first glance. Not only does the class get the aforementioned extra feats, but the Fighter is much more heavily armored and can wield a bigger variety of shields and weapons.

I wouldn’t go so far as to say the Barbarian is a “training” class for future Fighters, but if you’re interested in pure melee, I’d definitely suggest playing the Barbarian first to get a feel for the basics. Two-weapon and two-handed fighting are play styles that the Barbarian and Fighter have in common, and it might pay to become proficient at them without being overwhelmed by all the extra choices within the Fighter class.

Once you’ve got the basics down, dive into the Fighter class and see how much you can change it up!

Favored Soul

The Favored Soul class isn’t part of the basic DDO package; it can be purchased in the DDO Store for 89Turbine Points.

Favored Souls are the other primary healing class in DDO, and they are simultaneously more restricted and more powerful than the Cleric class. The class has a more limited range of spells at its command and can only change spells every few days, so it can be less all-purpose in some situations.

On the other hand, they get many more spell points and need less time to recover, so they can cast much more often. The Favored Soul can be viewed as a much more focused healing class.

Monks are a melee class, but they’re a bit more complicated than the Fighter or Barbarian. They fight without armor and usually without weapons (some will wield staves or kamas), and they take down enemies with various attack combinations.

Monks fight with different elemental themes, choosing earth, fire, air, or water to change their attack styles. The Monk’s main path offers the chance to play a pure fighter or to offer a bit of support to allies as well.


I refer to Paladins as the holy warriors of DDO. Because of their strong blend of offense and defense, they deal extra damage against evil foes, fight on the front lines, and offer heals and buffs to their allies.

The Paladin is a less focused and less streamlined class, but that’s not a bad thing, because it fulfills more than one role in the group. If you’re a multitasker at heart, you’ll definitely want to give this one a look.

The Ranger is the standard bow-wielding class with a few fun twists. For starters, Rangers are able to scout ahead without being detected and find traps and secret doors before others in the party (you need a Rogue to make the best use of these, but we’ll discuss that in a moment).

Rangers will, of course, stay on the backline, firing their bows at enemies, but any foe that closes in to take out a Ranger is in for a nasty surprise. Rangers are just as proficient with several melee weapons, and a quick weapon change if an enemy gets within melee range will keep them dealing damage.

The bow is still the Ranger’s main weapon, and as your character progresses you’ll learn some great tricks to make the weapon even more versatile and deadly.

The Rogue, of course, is the sneaky and clever class. A Rogue can’t take a ton of damage, so if you have a tendency to go charging into battle waving swords around, it’s going to go badly for you in this case.

A Rogue’s strength lies in a special variety of support: detecting and disarming traps (so the group doesn’t find them the hard way) and opening locked doors to reach bonus areas and treasure chests. Much like the Ranger, they make good scouts as well.

As far as damage goes, the Rogue does best by staying unnoticed until a foe is focused on another opponent, then jumping in from behind to deal a devastating sneak attack. Update brought another fun addition for Rogues: Trapmaking. You can salvage parts from traps that you disarm and use them to create your own traps. There are landmine and hand-grenade varieties, both allowing the Rogue to contribute to the group’s DPS while staying safe.

Wizard and Sorcerer

I am grouping these last two for a couple of reasons. The Wizard and Sorcerer are the two mage classes in DDO, and at their very core, they’re similar since they’re both arcane spellcasters.

It’s how they work in combat and how they learn spells that make them different, and “Should I make a Wizard or a Sorcerer” is a common question for caster-loving new players. The main difference is similar to the difference between the Cleric and Favored Soul, which I detailed earlier. Sorcerers get more spell points than Wizards and can cast more often, but the acquisition and types of spells are much more limited.

It’s very much a matter of personal preference, and this is the other reason I have combined the two: The

DDO wiki has a decision-making guide that is much better than anything I have the space or expertise for.

Classes in DDO can seem extremely complicated, right down to the process of choosing one. In each section, I’ve included a link to a much more detailed overview of that particular class. As I said before, they can be a bit much to take in if you try to refine your decision by reading them all, so hopefully this will serve as a starting guide.

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You must visit the page of sales. Here is the link. If you don’t care about which brand is better, then you can choose the Kamas by the price and buy from the one who will offer the greatest discount.



Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

Most important, have fun and choose your Kamas wisely! Good luck!

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