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  1. ArcheAge Tips & Guides

    source from:http://2p.com/8895757_1/Archeage-Beginner-Guide---How-to-Become-A-Pirate-by-Abbywu.htm In the Archeage, one of the key features of this game is the open world PvP which allows us to not only fight other factions, but PK our own faction.There are four major races:Nuians and Elves share the western continent, while the Firran and Harani inhabit lands to the east. Nuia and Haranya, but you may not know much about the third default faction, the Pirates. Do you want to be a Pirate? Now, we are glad to share the Archeage Pirate Guide here. How to be a Pirate 1.Kill people or steal in your faction as long as you get 3000 Infamy Points. The introduction of Criminal Points and Infamy points you can refer the previous article:Archeage Criminal Guide Methods to gain Criminal Points: Assault - Simply put, the act of attacking a fellow friendly Faction player in a PvP-Enabled Warzone. ( 1 Crime Point ) Murder - As it sounds, to murder someone of you're own Faction in cold blood. ( 10 Crime Points ) Theft - To steal crops that are not you're own from somebody of the same faction. ( 3 Crime Points ) What would happen to be a Pirate 1.You would expelled from your original faction and removed from your guild 2.You are the enemies of all non-pirates, which involves NPCs and Netural Guards. 3.Never can whisper non-pirates 4. Dying to PvP on the Southern Continents will land you in jail for 40 minutes. 5.While you still have access to the speciality workbenches, they are very hard to get to. 6.You can not be in non-pirate guilds, groups or raids. 7.Pirates can not claim regions and own castles on Auroria. 8. Pirates can get a one hour lasting +1% damage buff on the Pirate Island. 9. You can own Pirate Ship. 10.We are able to put our house and farms anywhere in the world, however on the continents are risk. 11. As everyone can attack you and you aren't able to attack back in the world, unless it's a PVP zone 12.There are very little questing however there is a daily quest where as you go dive for treasure. 13.Pirate Island is always at war.
  2. ArcheAge Tips & Guides

    Everyone in Archeage will inevitably go to jail no matter to murder other players from the same NPC faction or steal plants or livestock from other players, as long as your crime points increased beyond 50 points. Once you were killed by players, you would accept a short prison sentence about over 13 hours of in-game jail time or go to court and plead case to a jury of five other players. While, most of case would be sentenced the defendant to prison. Prison Life: There are few things you can do in the prison 1.Talk with other inmates 2.Play soccer 3.Break crates to obtain striped prison clothing 4.Dig 5.Kill rats 6.Escape Prison Break If you get bored in the jail you can escape here which is surprisingly easy. How to escape from prison in Nuia? 1.Acquire 5 spoons Click the ground of jail you can dig the key with 5% chance which would waste 1 labor point each time. 2. Find the Room to clear 5 wallpapers. Head back down into the dungeon and locate the room with the fire pit next to it.Click on the Tattered Wallpaper to uncover the Jailbreak Dirt Mound 3. Get the freedom ladder Once you’ve used your spoons to clear 5 stages of Jailbreak Dirt Mound, you will find the ladder of freedom! However, the debuff is not removed until the sentenced time is up, meaning activities are greatly limited.
  3. ArcheAge Tips & Guides

    The currency is the most important economic base in MMORPG.Sufficient game gold can enhance your character power and gain big fun from the game. Same in Archeage, you need cost a certain amount of Archeage gold to build house, ship and enhance weapons! The more money you earn, the more items your will get. In this article, we would like to share some efficient ways to earn money via gathering. Now, we are glad to introduce the new method to earn money fast in Archeage. There are lots of valuable Archeage source in the game, today we would like to introduce the gathering ways of Archeum Crystals. In the Archeage CBT4, the unit price of Moonlight Archeum Crystals reach up to 7-8 gold. Also, the Sunlight Archeum Crystal unit price are about 2-3 gold. While, the price will be higher. The Ways to Gather Archeum Crystals 1.Drop from monsters To kill monsters can randomly drop Moonlight/Sunlight/Starlight Archeum Shard/Dust/Crystal. With the monster level increase, the quality of Archeum Crystal would increase. So, the Moonlight Archeum Shard would drop when kill high level monster. 2.Integrate the items In the Archeage, the items drop from monster can be sold and integrated as well. With the different of Items level, to integrate it can acquire different Archeum source. The green armor under 38 level only can integrate to a Moonlight Archeum Dust, and the weapon can integrate to a Sunlight Archeum Dust, the Jewelry can integrate to Starlight Archeum Dust. While, the blue items can get two dust. 3.To Plant Archeum sapling You can plant Archeum Tree to acquire Archeum Crystal. To purchase Archeum Sapling from Mirage Isle woulc cost you 3 Gilda Star.
  4. ArcheAge Tips & Guides

    As we all know, Archeage is a huge online game, one of the most important transportation is using ship.To cross the sea to finish the business and do quest, you need to build ship which will allow you to travel faster. What’s more, some ships can add bonuses when you are under attack. Similar to build a house, you need collect blueprint, materials and money. There are different style you can chose. Today, we would like to introduce the most powerful private shipBlack Pearl. This ship imitate the appearance of the Pirates of the Caribbean’s Black Pearl, the performance is very good. With the average small sailboat,it is indeed the most sailing ship in Archeage. Let's look at the basic features of the Black Pearl. Black Pearl Features 10.3m/s 8 Cannons 6 Aqualungs 4 Trade package Slots Sextant that allows the player to see any ships on the map in the nearby area (1000 m) Building Black Pearl Requirement: 1. To Collect 55Black Pearl Blueprint(drop by pirate boss above level 40) 2. 100 x Wood, 100 x Iron to build Construction Platform 3. 5 x Pack Tree,5 x Pack Iron, 5x Cloth Where can we find the Black Pearl Blueprint? As for now, the Black Pearl Blueprint would be the most expensive items in ArcheAge Auction House. One piece of Black Pearl fragment can sell out at 200 ArcheAge Gold. Each guild want to have a Black Pearl Ship which is the best. There are 14 locations you can get Black Pearl from Boss, now we would share the drop location here: Kyrios Disciple Klei Level: 35 Wandering Captain Kingston Level: 35 Shy Denly Level: 35 Dahuta Slave Belucci Level: 40 Elite / Demon Umbras's Spirit Level: 35 Elite / Demon Nesah the Witch of the East Level: 40 Elite / Human Golden Goblet Leader Denslow Level: 40 Elite / Humanoid Brainwashed Tutor Evelyn Level: 40 Elite / Humanoid Brainwashed Butler Heinmann Level: 40 Elite / Humanoid Brainwashed Tutor Evelyn Level: 40 Elite / Humanoid Metal Golem #29 Level: 40 Elite / Machine Senior Knight Albert Level: 40 Elite / Humanoid Knight Captain Herbert Level: 40 Elite / Humanoid Ventix the Stormwhorl Level: 40 Elite / Elemental
  5. ArcheAge Tips & Guides

    Today, we would like to share the expert players’ experience of playing ArcheAge. These tips would help know more about ArcheAge. 1.Labor Point play a very important role in ArcheAge which used for pretty much everything we do in the game, especially for gathering and crafting. If you are away from the keyboard for a while, don’t log out and please choose a safe place. 2. Gathering ore is one of the fastest method to earn ArcheAge Gold if you have rich labor point. As for now, there are two places for newbies to collect ore:Arcum Iris – Granite Quarry and Solis Headlands. 3. If the quest shows you can turn in early, it means you can overachieve it 9.5 times out of 10.You need to complete the objective 150% to get Overachieve.So if the quest stated to kill 10/10 you would need to kill 15/10, then you can get more XP and Loots. 4. Some players would wonder how to get rich labor point? You can own a house with a special bed, sleeping allows to recover labor faster ad also applies a special buff that allows to work more effective. 5. You will get quest at level which gives you the first glider and mount. It is completely free and not a hard quest. 6. You should know whatever the environment, you must harvest all Iron ore, plants you see which are ready to be chopped down. To build house, boat,farms and glider all need plenty of wood, iron materials and Archeage gold. Don’t hesitate to collect all! 7.To do the main stroy line is the easiest way to get Gilda Stars which is the currency to exchange the blueprint for building construction. The other way to get Gilda Stars is making cross-continent trade. You can use some gold to get basic Gilda Stars for Boat and house. 8.You know, there is crime system in ArcheAge. If you reach 50 Crime Points value, at the time you were killed by any other players that you would put into Trail. So, if you want to steal other players’ farms you should look for the illegal farms which placed on the outer of each zone using in hidden cracks and hillsides. You can get a lot of resources or profits at the right time.