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Recover Deleted Mailbox Item in Exchange 2016
 
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Recover Deleted Mailbox Item in Exchange 2016 1. Prepare - DC12 : Domain Controller : IP 10.0.0.12 - DC11 : Exchange Server : IP 10.0.0.11 2. Step by step - DC11 : Using account vietit send to namit + Start - Internet Explorer - https:\\10.0.0.11\owa - logon with vietit - Send mail to namit - DC12 : Account namit delete mail then recover these mail + Start - Internet Explorer - https:\\10.0.0.11\owa - logon with namit + Delete mail + Right click a mail : delete - Deleted items - Delete + Recover + Right click Deleted items : Recover Deleted items... - Right click mail : Recover - OK + Check again
Views: 3757 microsoft lab
Recover Permanently deleted Outlook Items or Missing from the Outbox
 
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Simple steps to recover outlook e-mail messages that have been permanently deleted or have become stuck in the outbox and after a close and reopen of outlook they have disappeared and no where to be seen. So this normally works best when running outlook in cached mode, which is the default mode. You can check this by Click File - Account Settings - Account Settings. Account Settings in the Backstage view Click the Exchange account, and then click Change. Change command in the Account Settings dialog box Under Offline Settings, check Use Cached Exchange Mode. Use Cached Exchange Mode check box in the Change Account dialog box Exit, and then restart Outlook. So first thing you want to do is grab the handy tool MFCMAPI , download this file online either from codeplex or any website. Run the standalone .exe file , open the mailbox store and navigate to the recoverable items folder. right click and open contents and then right click again to export the emails back to your outlook client or to a .eml or .msg format. Don't forget to check the outbox folder under, top of information store then outbox. hope it helps, feel free to comment if you get stuck
Views: 1877 Helpful Toots
How to recover deleted items in Office 365
 
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Discover how to recover deleted items in your Office 365 account.
Views: 5096 Active24UK
How to Recover Permanently Deleted Emails in Outlook PST 365, Outlook 2016,2013, 2010
 
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http://bitrecover.com/pst/repair/ - How do you recover permanently deleted emails/folders in Outlook PST data file? Here is the solution, Now you can recover items that have hard deleted in Microsoft Outlook 2016/2013/2010. Easily retrieve Outlook PST Emails, Contacts, etc. that are deleted accidentally.
How to export recovered Exchange mailboxes to Office 365
 
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Learn how to export recovered Exchange mailboxes to Office 365. Download the demo version of Stellar Repair for Exchange from here - https://www.stellarinfo.com/edb-exchange-server-recovery.htm Below are the steps involved in exporting the recovered exchange mailboxes to Office 365: 1. Launch the software and select the corrupt EDB file by clicking on 'Open EDB' file 2. Click on ‘Start’ button and Select the Scan Mode then click OK. 3. Recoverable items are available for preview in tree format, once the scanning is over. 4. Select all or the individual mailboxes to recover and then click on ‘Save’. 5. Now, Select Office 365 option and enter Office 365 credentials. 6. The mailboxes start exporting to Office 365 account.
How to recover permanent deleted items in Microsoft Outlook?
 
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Accidentally deleted an item like email, tasks or appointment permanently from your Outlook account? Need not to worry. Now Microsoft lets you to recover permanently deleted items in Outlook. Watch and learn how you can recover the deleted item in Microsoft Outlook. At Foetron, we are focused on helping the SMBs to achieve more with Technology. Our mission is to be a Cloud & Mobile Center for Excellence. Your organisation can also opt for our Learning and Adoption series. Connect with us at [email protected]
Views: 3529 Foetron Academy
How to recover deleted email in Outlook Web App 2016
 
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Author, teacher, and talk show host Robert McMillen shows you how to recover deleted email in Outlook Web App 2016 and Office 365 Web email.
Views: 16401 Robert McMillen
How to recover deleted email in Outlook 2016
 
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Author, teacher, and talk show host Robert McMillen shows you how to recover deleted email in Outlook 2016
Views: 42614 Robert McMillen
Migration Stories: Strategic Products & Services
 
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Chris Lehr of Strategic Projects & Services tells us about a successful migration project that involved extracting Google Vault data. "We were able to pull Vault data… injected that back in to the recoverable items of their mailbox, so it's still discoverable today in Office 365. So we came out successful—we moved, and Google is nothing but a memory for them now, and they're very happy with it."
Views: 96 BitTitan
Office 365 Tutorial  How to setup archiving for a mailbox
 
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Professor Robert McMillen shows you how to setup archiving for a mailbox. When mail gets to be a certain age you can auto move it to a new archive location. This can speed up the working mailbox for a user.
Views: 7334 Robert McMillen
Outlook 2013-2016 - Deleted E-mail Recovery Tutorial
 
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in Outlook, go to your email folder list, and then click Deleted Items. Make sure Home is selected, and then click Recover Deleted Items From Server. IMPORTANT: If Recover Deleted Items From Server is grayed out or isn't there: You might be working in offline mode. To work online, see Switch from offline to online mode. You might not be using an Exchange account. To check, see How do I tell if I have an Exchange account in Outlook. If you don't have an Exchange account (for example, you're using Outlook to connect to an IMAP or POP account) you can't recover an item that's been permanently deleted or deleted from the Deleted Items folder. If you are connected to an IMAP account, you might be able to recover items from the Trash folder. See how: Restore deleted messages when using an IMAP account. Select the item you want to recover, click Restore Selected Items, and then click OK. You can recover email messages, contacts, calendar items, and tasks from the Recoverable Items folder.
Views: 990 Cocktail Tube
Using the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to delete messages with cmdlet Search-Mailbox
 
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Ever need to delete emails to large distribution lists in Exchange Server 2010? In this DrillBit™ Video, Microsoft MVP Mike Pfeiffer shows how to use the Exchange Management Shell (EMS) to delete messages with a new cmdlet called Search-Mailbox. For more training visit us online at http://interfacett.com
Views: 16389 InterfaceTT
How to fix strike-thru problem when deleting in outlook - IT Support Los Angeles
 
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William Toledo demonstrates how to fix the strike-thru problem when deleting messages in Microsoft Outlook when using IMAP. http://www.dcgla.com provides IT Services in Los Angeles. Dependable Computer Guys, Inc. does IT services for the Greater Los Angeles Area. To learn more visit http://www.dcgla.com/it-support-los-angeles/it-consulting-los-angeles.html or call us at 818-541-9195
Views: 2802 dcglaitsupportinla
MAPI Deletion Corrupt Items
 
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Instructions for deleting corrupt calendar items using MAPI client
Views: 1805 sahinboluk
Making the best of the cloud: How Exchange Online is different from Exchange - BRK3277
 
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If you’re running an Exchange on-premises organization, you know your way around Exchange, Active Directory, Windows Server, and the third-party products that make up the Exchange ecosystem, and all is well. Then, you move to the cloud and suddenly you’re operating in the new world of Office 365 and Exchange Online and everything is very different. This session explains ten of the most important areas that new Office 365 administrators need to master to make a success of Exchange Online and all the other applications available within Office 365. It also includes a discussion about the evolving skill set needed by tenant administrators. The focus is practical and pragmatic, wrapped up in knowledge and experience.
Views: 282 Microsoft Ignite
How to Recover Deleted Calendar on iPhone
 
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FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery provides you three ways to recover calendar on iPhone. This software can also recover photos, contacts, messages, notes, call history, bookmarks, videos and more with zero quality loss. With it, you can recover data directly by connecting iPhone when no backup is available. Click here to download and have a free trial: http://www.fonepaw.com/iphone-data-recovery/ Here is the releated artical: http://www.fonepaw.com/tutorials/iphone-calendar-recovery.html ----------Support Devices----------- iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5s/5c/5, iPhone 4s/4/3GS, iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad Mini 4/3/2/1, iPad 4/3/2/1, iPod Touch 4 ----------Recoverable Content----------- Contacts, Message, Message Attachments, WhatsApp, WhatsApp Attachments, Call History, Notes, Reminder, Calendar, Safari Bookmark, Camera Roll, Photo Library, Photo Stream, Voice mail, Voice Memos, App Photos/Videos/Audios ----------Social Media----------- My website: https://www.fonepaw.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FonePaw Twitter: https://twitter.com/FonePaw Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Fonepaw/posts Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/fonepaw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How to Recover Deleted Photos from Android Phone" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jikYHy63LM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 8956 FonePaw
Data Protection Manager 2010 - Recovering Sharepoint 2010 Items without recovery farm
 
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This video shows how Data Protection Manager let you restore a sharepoint item without recovery farm
Views: 6508 yvarloud
Recover Deleted Outlook PST and OST Files
 
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http://www.recoverdeleteddocument.com/ - Hello there, In this video, you will get to know how to recover deleted PST & OST files stored on a hard drive. We know that the default location of these Outlook files is in the root directory where Outlook is installed. However, people like me, prefer to save these files on a location other than the default one. I do this, to avoid loss of my PST & OST files in case of formatting, during windows reinstallation, etc. But, what if, these files get deleted or lost from the stored location? You will not be able to access Outlook on your system, as the required Outlook files are absent. Now, to demonstrate the recovery process, I am deleting my PST & OST file using Shift+Delete keys to bypass recycle bin. To start the recovery, first you need to visit the site "recoverdeleteddocument.com" which shows you about this software that can recover deleted/lost documents. Download it using the button provided here. After installing & launching the software, select "Recover Files" module on the main screen. Here, I will choose "Recover Lost Files" module, even though I have to recover deleted files. This is because, this option will allow me to select the file extensions i.e. PST & OST, before scanning. Now, choose the drive from which PST & OST files were deleted & proceed further. Here, we need to select the file types. I will go to Email section & mark PST & OST files. Now, software scans the drive for these Outlook files & upon completion, displays a list of recovered files. That's it, select OST & PST file from the list & click Next. Here, provide the location to save the files. Software starts saving the files & output folder containing the recovered files will pop up. Now, you can use these files on your Outlook profile. Here, you can see how to add this recovered PST file on your Outlook profile. Ok then, hit like if you like this video & visit the link from the description below this video. Good Bye.
Views: 71194 Mathias Hofford
stellar phoenix mailbox exchange recovery
 
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For more details, visit: https://bit.ly/2I8A7s0 Is your mail items of Outlook PST files got corrupted? Do you want to recover Mailbox Exchange of PST files? Nothing to worry about it, this video helps you to recover your corrupted files. About Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery Software Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery Software is most suggested and recommended software to recover your corrupted mailbox items of Outlook PST files. It easily repairs corrupt Exchange Database (EDB) files and recover emails, contacts, calendars of Outlook PST files. It supports all versions of MS Exchange Server and repairs large and Multiple EDB files concurrently. How is Exchange Server Recovery Tool useful for Users? Exchange Server Recovery Software is useful is multiple ways such as dirty shutdown, hardware and server issue on server, Jet Exchange Error and much more. This error causes corruption of EDB files and Exchange Database fails to mount. But, Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery Software is only reliable software that repairs the corrupt RDB files and extracts mailbox data. Key Features of Exchange Server Recovery Software This software uses robust scanning algorithms to search for recoverable items which get corrupted It can recover entire accidentally or intentionally deleted mailboxes It allows saving the file in all formats like MSG, RTF, EML, HTML and PDF It can easily exports recovered Exchange Mailbox to live Exchange Server This reliable software supports Unicode EDB file repair If you are looking for recover of Exchange Server in Outlook PST then Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery Software is the best option for you. You can easily recover your corrupted or deleted mail items by using this software. Free version of this software also available on sites but it can’t allow you to enhance its advanced features. So, you need to purchase the licence version of Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery Software. Thank You for watching this video Please Like Share and Subscribe
Views: 28 Free Soft PCs
How to delete data permanently from android phone Hindi
 
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how to delete data permanently from android phone hindi Dosto, iss video me ham seekhenge android phone se data ko parmanently kaise delete karte hain jisse koi aur hamare data ko recover na paye aur ham phone ko bina koi tension ke sell kar payen. ummid karta hun apko ye pasand aayegi. please iss video ko apne dosto se share ki jiye aur iss channel ko subsribe zaroor karen taaki apko sabhi latest tips aur tricks sabse pehle mile. thanks for you love and support Download link : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wondershare.mobilego&hl=en Top Featured Videos: --------------------------------------------- ╣► How to link aadhaar to sbi bank account ||Hindi|| https://youtu.be/xK5SrSD3Owg ╣► How to backup phone data to memory card hindi: https://youtu.be/uHBTDnKYjVM ╣► How to recover deleted photos from android phone: https://youtu.be/WueB5bOLmLE ----------------------------------------------------- ╣► Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tube4tech/ ╣► Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Tube4Tech ╣► Visit Our Blog: http://tube4teck.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------ If you like our video Please subscribe our channel to keep yourself updated. Like | share | comment | Subscribe
Views: 93554 Tube 4 Tech
How to Recover Deleted Emails from Outlook
 
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http://www.mailrecovery.org/ - Upon watching this video, you will come to know how to recover deleted emails from Outlook. The software help you get back emails deleted by hard deletion method or by emptying Deleted Items folder on Outlook.
Views: 3039 Robert Allen Gregory
Impairment of Property, Plant, and Equipment
 
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This video shows how to calculate an impairment of Property, Plant, and Equipment according to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in the United States. There is a 2-step process: step 1 determines whether an impairment is required, and step 2 determines the amount of the impairment (if step 1 indicates one is required). Step 1: Compare the asset's book value (original cost minus accumulated depreciation) to the undiscounted future cash flows the asset is expected to generate. If the expected cash flows are less than the book value, then the asset is impaired (go to Step 2). Step 2: Subtract the asset's fair value from its book value. The resulting figure is the amount of the impairment charge. You then debit impairment expense (this goes on the Income Statement and reduces Net Income) and credit the asset account for the asset that is being impaired (this reduces total assets on the Balance Sheet). Please note: if the expected future cash flows are higher than the asset's book value, then the asset is NOT impaired, even if it's fair value happens to be lower than its book value. You only do Step 2 if Step 1 indicates the asset is impaired. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like Edspira on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira To sign up for the newsletter, visit http://Edspira.com/register-for-newsletter Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin
Views: 19480 Edspira
Purge Deleted Emails Automatically in Outlook
 
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Here’s a quick and easy tip for Outlook that will show you how to purge your emails automatically. To read the full article, visit this link: https://www.bettercloud.com/monitor/the-academy/purge-deleted-emails-automatically-outlook/
Views: 15609 BetterCloud
Microsoft Outlook OST Data Corruption & Its Recovery Methods
 
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http://www.emaildoctor.org/deleted-emails/outlook-ost.html At certain times, the cached outlook data file becomes inaccessible, as a result we are not able to access our emails. This can be caused due to OST corruption. Although the data is recoverable, but the manual recovery is a very lengthy process. As a result you can an outside tool can prove to be very supportive.
Views: 69 EmailDoctor
How to Undelete a Permanently Deleted Email in Outlook
 
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This video will teach you how to undelete a "permanently deleted" email within Microsoft Outlook. ** Please remember, for the best visual quality choose "1080p Resolution" ** If you need further assistance, please contact the Oakland Schools Service Desk at, Telephone # - 248.209.2060
FAR Exam Marketable Securities
 
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Pulled straight from the FAR section of our CPA Review Course, this exclusive webcast features Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, teaching "Marketable Securities." Roger will help you to master this classic CPA exam "hot topic" through his uniquely motivational and dynamic delivery! Connect with us: Website: https://www.rogercpareview.com Blog: https://www.rogercpareview.com/blog Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RogerCPAReview Twitter: https://twitter.com/rogercpareview LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/roger-cpa-review Are you accounting faculty looking for FREE CPA Exam resources in the classroom? Visit our Professor Resource Center: https://www.rogercpareview.com/professor-resource-center/ Video Transcript Sneak Peek: Alright, let's talk about marketable securities. Now, we're still talking about investments. We just talked about cost versus equity. That was cost 0 to 20% equity, 20 to 50. Now, we're going to talk about marketable securities, which again is still 0 to 20, however there is a market value, fair market value. So, as we look at marketable securities, we're going to see that there's different ways to account for them.
Views: 49309 Roger CPA Review
How to Restore Deleted Emails in Outlook
 
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Learn more at https://www.bettercloud.com/monitor/ This video shows you the method of recovering deleted items from Outlook 2013 even if they're not in your Deleted Items folder. It also shows you where to find your Deleted Items folder in the Outlook Web App and how to move deleted items from there to your inbox.
Views: 8096 365 Ninja
Recover Deleted Photos & Other Files in Android [How-To]
 
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How to Recover Previously-Deleted Files Full Tutorial: http://gadgethacks.com/how-to/recover-deleted-files-your-android-device-0157040/ Subscribe to Gadget Hacks: http://goo.gl/XagVI In this tutorial, I'll be showing you how to restore files that you've previously deleted from your Android device. With "Undeleter" by Farhbot, photos can be recovered for free, and access to all other file types can be unlocked for $2.99. This does require root, but a guide on that subject is available at the full tutorial. For more information and download links, check out the full tutorial over on Gadget Hacks using the link above.
Views: 577757 Gadget Hacks
Lords Mobile: Cargo Ship and Garrison Update
 
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Lords Mobile | GamingKingH: Excuse this bugged out update IGG needs to fix this, either that or im totally blind lol. Video on IGGs latest update. Check out the following URLs below and help me reach 5000 Subscribers :) Don't forget to Like my videos and Subscribe to my channel if you haven't already, bringing you android gaming videos and game play. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/3uPzRW Facebook: https://goo.gl/oEVqEl
Views: 15926 KingHTV
Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP26 Focus Stone Part 2
 
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Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
Views: 518 Sharvie831
Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP10
 
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Facility Hub Quests: Trothyr's Rest Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
Views: 203 Sharvie831
Asheron's Call Walkthough with Ultimis EP2
 
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Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP25 Focus Stone Part1
 
19:22
Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron's Call Walkthough with Ultimis EP5
 
14:26
Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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AsheronsCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP49
 
13:26
Lord Mhoire Quest http://ac.wikkii.net/wiki/Lord_Mhoire_Quest Introduced In: Strange Sightings in April 2007 Set in a heroic fantasy world[3] Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, period new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world."The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play.A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection. Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana. Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina.
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Asheron's Call Walkthough with Ultimis Ep7
 
14:51
Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron's Call Walkthough with Ultimis EP9
 
07:55
Facility Hub Quests : Hunter's Leap / Lilitha's Lost Bow http://ac.wikkii.net/wiki/Lilitha%27s_Lost_Bow Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
Views: 278 Sharvie831
Asheron's Call Walkthough with Ultimis EP8
 
08:09
Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP11
 
05:53
Facility Hub Quests : Dangerous Cave / Tibri's Fire Spear Quest this Quest has no map so i hope this help you guys out Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron'sCall Walkthough With Ultimis EP27 Simulacra Infiltrators Part1
 
07:17
Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron's Call Walkthought with Ultimis EP6
 
09:26
Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP34
 
23:38
Mukkir Aspect of Grael Quest http://ac.wikkii.net/wiki/Mukkir_Aspect_of_Grael_Quest This Quest was Introduced In: Shattering the Dark August 2006 Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, period new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty". The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection. Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana. Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina.
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Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP12
 
03:17
Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP40
 
11:06
Knorr Quiddity Seed Quest http://ac.wikkii.net/wiki/Knorr_Quiddity_Seed_Quest Introduced In: Recollections Patch in January 2008 Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, period new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty". The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection. Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana. Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina.
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Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP24
 
11:49
Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron's Call Ultimis vs Articwolf in the Arena
 
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Ultimis' Vs Articwolf PVP Battle in Arena Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron'sCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP21
 
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Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron's Call Walkthrough with Ultimis EP3
 
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Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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Asheron'sCall Walkthought with Ultimis EP17
 
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Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, periodic new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty".[7] The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection.Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana.Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina
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AsheronsCall Walkthough with Ultimis EP48
 
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Whats new on Patch Day Master of Arms released on February 2012 Set in a heroic fantasy world Asheron's Call allows players to create a character, or avatar, from one of six in-game races. The player allocates a limited number of attribute points (such as 'Strength', 'Coordination', and 'Quickness') and selects skills (such as 'Unarmed Combat', 'War Magic' and 'Melee Defense') for their character, with those base skills starting at a level determined by the character's attributes. Unlike many other games of the genre characters are not locked into a specific class, and can even reallocate previously selected skills to acquire other skills later in the game. Gameplay involves earning experience points ('XP') through a variety of activities, including engaging and defeating monsters in combat, fulfilling quests, and interacting with NPCs. Those earned experience points can then be invested to improve the character's abilities by 'spending' them on attributes or skills. Additional skill points are awarded after the character reaches certain levels, and these skill points can then be used to acquire or 'train' new skills. In addition to earning experience, questing and combat often yield recoverable 'loot', such as armor, weapons, health potions, and spell scrolls. Many types of loot can be improved or imbued with special spells and effects via Asheron's Call's 'tinkering' crafting system. With their monthly updates, including supplementary content, and occasional live 'world events', Asheron's Call offered "episodic narrative content, period new quests, and events that visibly affect the entire world." The game's currency is the Pyreal.The world itself is large at over 500 square miles (1,300 km2).Unlike many other games in the genre, there are no zones or 'instances' on the world's surface. This means players can cross the world on foot, without loading screens or invisible barriers, and any terrain that can be seen in the distance is a real object in the world. The world is also dotted with a system of one-way portals which expedite travel. Some of the portals also lead to intricate dungeons. Many of the dungeons are part of quests and contain unique treasures. The original magic system had specific formulae for each spell that the caster had to discover through trial and error. Magic was challenging and rare. This system of spell components was later phased out and replaced with a simpler system wherein magic casters would carry a "foci" for each of the magic schools they were trained in (creature, item, life and war) and a series of taper candles and scarabs. Each spell is learned from a scroll, either purchased or found as treasure. The old system was left in the game as an alternative. Players connect their avatars to 'lifestones', where the avatar will be resurrected if killed. Resurrected characters lose half their pyreals, one or more valuable items, and also temporarily losing a certain percentage of their constitution—their primary and secondary strengths and characteristics—in what is known as a "vitae penalty". The player may then bring their resurrected avatar to the place where the death occurred and recover the item(s) from their own lingering 'corpse'. In player-killer ('PK') battles, the victor is allowed to take the dropped items from the vanquished. Regardless, the resulting 'vitae penalty' is removed by gaining a modest amount of additional experience, or 'XP'. Player Killers ('PKs') are players who have chosen to change their characters' status in order to enable them to attack, or be attacked by, other PKs in Player vs Player combat. On most servers, players by default are prevented from attacking each other and must voluntarily change their status to 'PK'.[citation needed] Asheron's Call features a unique allegiance and fealty system that creates formal links between players and rewards cooperative play. A player of equal or lower level can swear allegiance to a player of the same or higher level, becoming a vassal of a patron. The patron earns a small percentage of bonus experience based on what the vassal makes, while the vassal is motivated to seek a patron in exchange for money, items, game knowledge or protection. Players may also join together in fellowships, temporarily splitting the experience they gain amongst themselves. Characters can create many useful items using the Alchemy skill, such as oils that imbue missiles with elemental qualities (fire, acid, etc.) and gems that increase resistance to different types of damage. Alchemists can create infusions that can be applied to food items to increase the amount of stamina recovered, or recover health or mana. Alchemy also can be used to brew health, magic, and stamina potions. Players can craft ammunition and cook foods include cake, beer, nougat and rations. These can then be combined with oils to increase health, mana and stamina.
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