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Introduction

Character stats

stat

Strength: Increases your physical damage, weight capacity, health point and health recovery rate.

Dexterity: Increases your accuracy and evasion rate.

Vitality: Increases your defense, health point and health recovery rate.

Intellect: Increases your elemental damage, mana point and mana recovery rate.

Willpower: Decreases your skill cool down rate. It also increases your elemental resistance, mana point and mana recovery rate.

You will be given 5 stat points for each level you gained. In the character menu, click on the plus sign to increase your stats.

Character class

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Warrior
Warriors are experienced in melee combat. They have higher health and defense, as a result, their ability to survive in battle is much higher than the other classes.

Passive stat increment:

Strength +3
Dexterity +2
Vitality +3
Intellect +1
Willpower +1

Archer
Archers have high evasion rate and accuracy. Combination of physical and elemental damage makes them the most deadly attackers.

Passive stat increment:

Strength +1
Dexterity +3
Vitality +1
Intellect +3
Willpower +2

Mage
Mages have low health points, but the highest damage of all. Their pure elemental damage makes their attack almost unblockable.

Passive stat increment:

Strength +1
Dexterity +1
Vitality +1
Intellect +4
Willpower +3

Bonus game modes

There are a total of 4 bonus game modes. More than 2 game modes can be selected, you can even select all 4 game modes at the same time for a very challenging game.

1. Hardcore (requires a level 10 character to unlock)

Death is permenant in hardcore mode.

2. Sandbox (requires a level 15 character to unlock)

One island, one town, one dungeon with infinite depth. How far can you go? There's no quest in this game mode

3. Supermob (requires a level 20 character to unlock)

No more weakling monster. Only champions, elites, unique or legendary bosses.

4. Impossible (requires a level 30 character to unlock)

Game difficulty increased, monsters are much stronger, item sale price decreased.

Battle

- Click on ground to move, arrow keys work as well. You may configure your own hotkey in the option menu.
- Red ball is your health, blue ball is your mana. When your health reaches 0, you die. You need mana to perform skill attacks.
- Press on the corresponding key on your keyboard to perform a skill attack.

Hotkey

- Hotkeys can be configured in the option menu during gameplay.
- The default hotkey are: "i" for inventory, "c" for character menu and "s" for skill menu.

World map

- Scroll arrow with the arrow keys
- Click on a castle icon to enter town
- Each castle have different shops and NPCs
- Quest are also available in the castle
- Click on a skeleton icon to enter a dungeon

Dungeon

- By default, you may move around the dungeon using your arrow keys, mouse click work as well.
- There are four type of boss monsters: Champion, elite, unique and legendary. Try to avoid them in the beginning stage.
- Walk on to a chest to obtain item from it.
- There's a teleport stone every 3 level of the dungeon.
- Walk on a monster to fight.

Town

- The list of available NPCs will appear on a wooden chain board.
- Click on any board to visit the corresponding NPC.
- Move your mouse over a board to see the NPC's description.
- When you are done, click on "leave castle" to go back to the world map.

Equipment upgrade

- Some towns have blacksmith, they can upgrade your weapon if you provide them the soulstones.
- Click on a town, look for the blacksmith NPC.
- Left click to insert an equipment you wish to upgrade, next insert a soulstone.
- Each time you upgrade an equipment, it will cost you gold and soulstones.
- The success rate of upgrading an equipment is not 100%, success rate will decrease each time you successfully upgrade an equipment.
- Do not worry about failing, only gold and soulstones will be deducted, your equipment will always remain.