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Raids Edit

Raids are very hard dungeons with a weekly limit. You need to be in a raid group to enter the raids, and there are 10 and 20 player modes.

Players can do raids to improve their gear. They can also get Legendary Weapons from Raids (more info below).

Raids have a normal and a hero mode, for 10 and 20 players. You can adjust the mode/raid-group by clicking ALT+X and changing the dungeon settings.

Usually when a raid comes out, it won't be available in Smart-Matching (SM) for 1 month, so that players have a chance to get the server first titles for their raids/guilds.

After 1 month (usually with the following update) the raid is added to the SM function.

Note: All Episode 1 Raids have been removed from SM with the start of Episode 2.

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Raid Gear Edit

Usually you need a high-level character with good gear to be able to enter the raids.

For the Gear Levels from Episode 1 Raids check High Level Equipment (Episode 1).

For Gear Levels from Episode 2 Raids, check High-Level Equipment (Episode 2).

In Episode 1, you could get the Legendary Weapon through a special fragment:

  • Lyvir's Soul Fragment  - Can be exchanged for Legendary Weapon iLevel 147.
  • Riggan's Soul Fragment  - Can be exchanged for Legendary Weapon iLevel 159.

This fragment would drop with low chances in the Raid's hero mode and can be exchanged for the corresponding Legendary Weapon at the merchant NPC Marc in Ignea.

In Episode 2, you get a quest item instead. More info on High-Level Equipment (Episode 2).

Practice vs Standard Edit

The Practice mode of the raid was only available for Dryad Forest. This mode had unlimited runs (no weekly limit) but gave no gear/gold at the end. It was mostly for players to get used to the raid combat difficulty.

There was an NPC at the entrance of the Practice Raid who gave free healing items (potions, scrolls and bandages). These were special items that could only be used in that practice raid, and did not work outside of it.

With the removal of all Episode 1 Dungeons from the Smart-Matching menu, the Practice mode was gone, since SM was the only way to enter it.

Episode 1 Raid List Edit

Note: All Ep. 1 Raids can only be accessed after character level 60.

Dungeon

Required Equipment Level

Location

Bosses (10 / 20 player)

Gear Reward iLevel

Gear amount per boss (10 / 20 player)

Dryad Forest

+790

Portus - Plains of Remorse

Dryad

111

4 / 8

Dryad Forest (Hero)

+862

Dryad

120

Kranheim

+934

Rodby - Mount Odroerir

  1. Lord Khatto
  2. Chekook the Detested
  3. Captain Baran
  4. Subcommander Kollus
  5. Lyvir

129

1st: 1/2

2nd: 1/2

3rd: 1/2

4th: 1/2

5th: 2/4

Kranheim (Hero)

+1006

  1. Lord Khatto
  2. Chekook the Detested
  3. Captain Baran
  4. Subcommander Kollus
  5. Lyvir

138

Aphostion's Parapet

+1078

Rodby - Gnarra Highlands

  1. Volos
  2. Kiva
  3. Felim
  4. Vicius
  5. Riggan

144

1st: 1/2

2nd: 1/2

3rd: 1/2

4th: 1/2

5th: 2/4

Aphostion's Parapet(Hero)

+1135

  1. Volos
  2. Kiva
  3. Felim
  4. Vicius
  5. Riggan

150


 

Episode 2 Raid List Edit

Dungeon Required Equipment lvl Location Bosses
Frostcore Ruins 1328 Orric Ravine
  1. Veres
Frostcore Ruins (Hero) 1352
Ironfire Mountain 1400
  1. Dein, Terk, Nesbit, Ain
  2. D-4QR-77
  3. Pyrotechnician Karrand
  4. Iron Master Agma
  5. Chieftain Boros
Ironfire Mountain (Hero) 1424
Aphostion's Nightmare 1494 Gnarra Highlands

Bernicia

  1. Volos
  2. Kiva
  3. Felim
  4. Vicious
  5. Riggan

Pages in category "Raids"

The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total.

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