The Mighty Oouo
I have another question: What's the best secondary profession for a necro? I wanna be dealing dmg and my primary necro skill to be in the Minions(Death Magic) I am a PvE Maniac so what secondary prof. would be best for necro PvE?
omg I'm so stupid -_- I have GW:NF manual Scripts in which every profession, hero and all the things I need are described. Should I post some info about every profession in GW:NF in this thread?
The Mighty Oouo
The levelcap is set at level 20, because the PvP characters start with max level(20) and can't raise their level anymore. The levelcap set to PvE characters has to be equal to the one set to PvP characters, because if PvE character would have a higher level, they would be more powerfull and the PvP ones couldn't fight them.
I would say the levelcap is 20, which means pretty low, in order to make reaching the highest level and becoming equal to longer existing characters easier. This way the access to the game is easier.
Source: Khaled, BERNARDO
It doesn't matter which campaing you play first, since the first three chapters are stand-alone campaigns and neither one request any of the other games to be installed.
As a general description of the three games:
Istan = African theme.
Kourna/Vabbi = arabian theme. (haven't noticed much of a differance)
Desolation = ? (has a gateway to the crystal desert in prophecies)
Realm of Torment = Dæmon theme.
Factions has a bit more monotone theme:
Shing Jea = Rural.
Kaineng City = City. (Duh)
Echovald Forets = Petrified forest.
Jade Sea = (guess what) a sea turned into jade.
And last but not least; Prophecies:
Pre-searing Ascalon = Happy rural setting.
Post-Searing Ascalon = desolate wasteland à la post-apocalypse.
Shiverpeaks = snow-covered mountains.
Kryta = uncertain, Mediteranian?
Maguuma = Jungle.
Crystal Desert = you'll never guess, a desert! (has a gateway to the desolation in nightfall)
Ring of Fire = vulcanic islands.
Yes he does. In arenas(e.g. Shing Jea Arena, Shiverpeaks arena) and competitive missions(e.g. The Jade Quarry, Fort Aspenwood). He also has access to every other PvP-area: Random Arenas, Team Arenas, Alliance Battles, Heroes Ascent and GvG.
Faction points are points scored for the respective faction(Luxon or Kurzick)
You gain faction points from quest rewards, Alliance Battles, Competitive missions in GW:Factions, or by slaying foes while under the effect of the respective blessing, which you can obtain by speaking to priests of a faction and giving them 100 gold.
YOu can exchange faction points for:
-rare crafting material "jadeite"
-to buy Passage scrolls for The Deep or Urgoz Warren
-to unlock a special skill unique for each profession
-to donate to your alliance.
Balthazar points are gained from participating in PvP battles and help you unlocking heroes, upgrade components, skills for your PvP characters.
No. The only difference is that the ascended armors look better and are more expensive.