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  • ArcheAge Begins Tips & Tricks by Petankel

    1. DAILY MISSIONS:
    It is very important to complete daily missions because they give good amount of experiences toward Expedition Level (account level), and hero level cannot be higher than Expedition level.  Daily Missions can be accessed by tapping Challenge on lower left corner of screen.

    2. TREE AND FREE BOXES:
    Chop down the "tree" (center of town, just below the Shop) and open free Hero and Material boxes (in the Shop, Summon Box section), whenever they become available.

    3. GENERATE GOLDS AND TOKENS THROUGH HOUSE SYSTEM AND MARKETPLACE:

    Higher level of House give higher qualities of trade items through Farming and Fishing. Currently, Fishing is fully automatic and depends too much on luck; it is good for obtaining guild gifts and equipment upgrade materials; thus, it is not a good way of generating golds as Farming. Currently, auto farming yields negative return of tokens, it is best to do manual Farming.

    For manual Farming to be more affective and less tedious, a House level of at least 3 is recommended, so a purple quality trade item called Condensed Milk can be obtained. Buy Cow Feed from Marketplace with tokens and feed the cow in Farm in exchange for trade items; keep highest gold value, such as Condensed Milk, for trade route and sell others in Marketplace for tokens.

    The trick for Perfect Throw in Farming is holding down the Feed Cow button to put it in super slow motion, so the flying heart from the cow and the farmer's throw can be controlled to arrive at the destined basket at the same time; if hold down the button for too long and think it definitely won't be perfect, don't panic and don't throw; just wait for the cow to head to the next basket; skip a basket does not affect the all perfect streak; the same applies to throwing to wrong basket. It takes practice to make series of Perfect Throw and is worth it because all Perfect Throws give double rewards.

    After having 100 Condensed Milks, trade them in Mistmerrow route for 5,628,700 golds; yes, the amount is approximately 5.6 millions of golds.

    4. TOKEN SHOP (one of the tabs in Shop)
    Stock up most items in this shop whenever you can; most of these items are very beneficial in the long run.

    5. POWER UP HEROES:

    a.  Level Up Heroes - There are two main methods, either winning battles through Saga, Legacy of Heroes, Raids, etc. or using the Library and spend gold for instant levels.

    b.  Level Up Equipments - Repeatedly winning Act 5 or 10 of highest Volume of Saga as possible for equipment materials and hero experience optimization.  Why not any other Acts?  Because Act 5 and 10 of every Volume also drop Antique Library Books that are used to level up the Library, and items for House upgrade.

    c.  Learn Hero Talents - Repeatedly winning desired level of Legacy of Heroes for materials to learn hero talents.

    d.  Raiding Runes:
    Do raids for runes; they make heroes very strong.  After winning a raid, there is an option to buy additional runes beside a dropped one.  Currently, highest quality rune is Ancient and costs 2000 Gems each if purchase after raid; second rate rune is Rare and cost 250 each if purchase after raid.

    6. HERO SUMMON TICKETS:

    Don't be afraid to use Hero Select tickets because use is not select; when use ticket, heroes within each ticket can be assessed (mostly look at the skills for comparisons) before one can be summoned. There are random hero tickets; use them anyway for hero achivement bonus because there is no point in stocking it.

    7. RARE HEROES PRIORITIES:

    1st, Anthalon
    2nd, Oscar
    3rd, Inoch
    4th, Toro
    5th, Aello

    8. ANNIHILATION BEST TEAM COMPOSITION:

    4 Main Heroes: Lupinlulu, a warrior/knight, a magician, and a musician.

    12 Replacements: As many durable heroes (knight and warriors) as possible along with musicians as 2nd priority and others to fill the empty spots in a 16 Heroes team.

    Lupinlulu is the super star and the martyr of this team, not because it can do wonder damage or being an assassin but due to the great ability of distracting the opposing team's heroes, especially a great magician such as Anthalon, who can do tremendous damage to multiple targets at once if having his sight on the group.

    Here is how the team works in Annihilation: At the beginning of the battle, Lupinlulu teleports behind the enemies' backs in the back line and attack due to the uniqueness of one of his assassin skills; this aggrivated action of his would definitely have the enemies in the back line, especially magician, turn to him and attack him. And when Lupinlulu is defeated, a replacing hero then would appear at Lupinlulu's last location (due to the structure of Annihilation's replacement) one after another to continue the role of distracting the enemies while Lupinlulu team's main force massacring the enemies from safety.

    9. CROWD CONTROL:

    There are generally two types of crowd control skills; one is specialized in controlling a target a certain way and also removing its rage status, and the other just plainly interrupts or immobilizes a target for a duration.

    Aranzeb's Sleep, Catherine's Charm, and Darcell's Bubble are three crowd control skills that can remove target's rage status, which gives its wielders, bosses of certain stages in Legacy of Heroes or Act 5 of Saga, the ability to do 1 hit knock out to hero. Out of these three skills, Darcell's Bubble is the most valuable skill due to its nature of being an active skill instead of a passive skill because players can manually control an active skill and are way smarter than artificial intelligence controlling passive skill in this game.

    Skills with Freeze, Stun, and Taunt statuses interrupt the targets. Additionally, Freeze and Stun immobilize target while Taunt directs target to focus on the caster. Out of these three statuses, Stun is currently the most useful due to chain of stuns possibility by using two or more heroes capable of stunning; the most popular setup of heroes for this task is combination of Anthalon, Inoch, and Lupinlulu. Chain Stun can be used on raging boss but not recommend due to the small gaps between stuns that may be enough for boss to retaliate if not careful.

    10. SEMI-AUTO (SLOW) BATTLE:

    When fighting easy battles, it is better to do them fully automatic and as fast as possible by turning on both auto and speed (2X) features; but there are situations where fully auto and speedy battles are dangerous and are easily to get defeated; thus, fully auto and speedy battles are not recommended and should be avoided due to the long list of skills from four heroes in the team are not being organized or executed well; in other words, artificial intelligence often gives frustrations.

    When recommended Combat Power is significantly higher than the hero team's CP or the team is having a hard time against a certain bosses in Legacy of Heroes or Act 5 and 10 of Saga, Semi-auto and slow battle tactic should be implimented for human intelligence to come into the play. To utilize this mode, just have auto feature activated while speed (2X) feature unselected. If speed feature is activated, the skills on the list scroll fast making them hard for control.

    In semi-auto slow battle mode, it is preferrable to select the desired skill from the list and swipe to the designated number of a target when fighting against minions. When fighting a boss, it is best to have the boss selected first, then select a desired skill from the list and hit it for application. To avoid using a skill and save it for the right time, such as Darcell's Bubble skill (save it to use when the boss rages, if it is on cooldown and the boss rages, team would get wiped), just select another skill on the list when that skill is about to be used at the bottom of the list; this will put the intentional saved skill at the top of the list again.

    HAPPY GAMING, ALL!

    =+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=+=
    I am Petankel, proud member of SKGQ guild in server #2, Gene.
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    Last edited by Petankel; 11-29-2017, 02:48 AM. Reason: Updates for Changes and New/Additional Information

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    Main New Info: Annihilation Best Composition Team

    Bump for updates, especially the tip of Annihilation Best Composition Team.

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    • #3
      Great guide, thanks for the farming tip. I'll be trying that annihilation team

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      • #4
        Lupinlulu is the super star and the martyr of this team, not because it can do wonder damage or being an assassin but due to the great ability of distracting the opposing team's heroes, especially a great magician such as Anthalon, who can do tremendous damage to multiple targets at once if having his sight on the group.

        Here is how the team works in Annihilation: At the beginning of the battle, Lupinlulu teleports behind the enemies' backs in the back line and attack due to the uniqueness of one of his assassin skills; this aggrivated action of his would definitely have the enemies in the back line, especially magician, turn to him and attack him. And when Lupinlulu is defeated, a replacing hero then would appear at Lupinlulu's last location (due to the structure of Annihilation's replacement) one after another to continue the role of distracting the enemies while Lupinlulu team's main force massacring the enemies from safety.

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        Once your front speedmove is increased, when you att, enemy Lupinlulu will jump just after your front, instead of your back. Because you front runs a little further than before when you have low speedmove, the Lupinlulu will lose the sight for his jump to your back line.

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        • #5
          New Information: 9. CROWD CONTROL and 10. SEMI-AUTO (SLOW) BATTLE

          Thanks, Seltzer!

          Also, new section 9 and 10.

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          • #6
            Your rare hero order has 2 ans 3 mixed. Inoch is a higher priority than Osecar.

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