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Beta 2.64 Changelog

By [Ankama]DOFUS - ADMIN - June 16, 2022, 16:07:00
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Below are all the changes made for Beta 2.64.

 

Temporal Anomaly Revamp

Current Situation

The existing temporal anomaly system is in place to spread players across the various territories of the World of Twelve and prevent players from going to the same territories. To do so, the system counts the number of battles fought in a zone, then compares this number with the other territories of the same level. The higher the number of monsters defeated in a territory relative to other territories of the same level, the more the XP and loot bonus in that territory goes down (minimum: -18%), and vice versa (maximum: 90%).

When a territory has a negative bonus, it is eligible to open an anomaly. If an anomaly opens in the territory, monsters in the territory get a power boost. The territory's zaap will then grant access to one of the 10 anomaly bosses at random. This boss is the same level as the zone and can only be defeated once per character. The anomaly will close 30 minutes after a player has defeated the anomaly boss.

The current system had a number of issues:

  • Doing an anomaly wasn't appealing to many people because the rewards were too hard to get.
  • The territory bonuses stagnated at -18% or +90%.
  • Anomalies stayed open for too long.
  • The system didn't penalize the types of players who overgenerated resources.

With these changes, we want to:

  • make anomalies more appealing as a source of opportunities for players
  • make legendary pets more accessible
  • use bonuses to add variety to zones

New System

  • We've changed how the zone bonuses/penalties work:
    • There is no longer a penalty. The bonus ranges from 0% to 100%.
    • This bonus changes every hour. The more battles there are in a territory relative to other territories of the same level, the more its bonus will decrease.
    • Battles fought in dungeons and dimensions have a greater impact on the bonus than those fought in "regular" territories.
    • The formula for calculating this bonus has been balanced to have a majority of territories with a bonus between 20 and 80%.
  • An anomaly can open in all territories with a bonus higher than 90% (corresponding to the territories rarely visited by players).
  • When an anomaly opens, it now has multiple effects on the territory:
    • The loot and XP bonus is increased to 150%.
    • The power boost applied to monsters in the territory is removed.
    • An anomaly now stays open for 2 hours. This duration is fixed and not based on the people who take on the boss in the anomaly.
    • Once the anomaly is closed, a "residual anomaly" remains, extending the 150% bonus in the territory for 30 minutes. At the end of this period, the residual anomaly will end and the territory bonus will drop to 0% again.
  • Dungeons can now be affected by anomalies, in the same way as outside territories.
 

Bosses

  • The per-character battle limit in an anomaly has been removed. A character can participate in an anomaly boss fight as many times as they want while the anomaly is open.
  • All anomaly bosses are now level 200. They have been rebalanced as well.
  • Some anomaly boss maps have undergone minor improvements.
 

Uchronic Elixir

  • Three new Uchronic Elixir consumables can be used to increase monsters' power in combat in exchange for a special reward, in a territory with an anomaly or in an anomaly.
    • In a territory, this gives a chance to earn time loops, timeless loops, and anomaly fragments.
    • In an anomaly, this increases the chance of earning time loops, timeless loops, and Babyhemoth relics (only a major uchronic elixir works for Babyhemoth relics).
  • Any old uchronic elixirs in players' possession when the game updates will become minor uchronic elixirs.
 

Legendary Pets

  • Some of the items needed to get a legendary pet have changed:
    • The Babyhemoth Animal Legend resource (needed to craft a Babyhemoth Reflection) is now called a Babyhemoth Relic. This resource can no longer be obtained from chests in the Well of Infinite Dreams, but it can now be obtained as loot from an anomaly boss.
    • The recipes for Quintessences and the Babyhemoth Reflection have been modified.
    • A new resource, anomaly fragments, has been added to the game. It can be earned as loot from anomaly monsters (chronomorphs), as well as from monsters in a territory affected by an anomaly once you've consumed a uchronic elixir. This resource has been added to the recipes for time crystals, timeless crystals, babyhemoth reflections, nanogrines, and to minor, improved, and major uchronic elixirs.
  • Legendary pets can now only be equipped starting at level 200.
  • It wasn't possible to change a pet's legendary power if the power came from a Bakusharna Quintessence. We've removed this restriction. From now on, all legendary powers can be replaced by giving the pet another infused croquette, regardless of which quintessence the power comes from.
  • Most of the legendary powers have been rebalanced and three new powers have been created:
    • Pukachi Quintessence
      • Bwork Precision:
        • When the bearer starts their turn adjacent to an enemy, they gain 3% ranged damage for 1 turn, otherwise they gain 3% close-combat damage for 1 turn.
        • The legendary power now works even if the character is being carried by a Pandawa.
      • Wabbit Impatience: Hasn't changed.
      • Boowolf Fury: The bearer gains 5% final damage for 2 turns on the death of each ally (excluding summons) that was present at the start of the fight (stackable 2 times).
      • Moskito Thirst: The bearer sacrifices 10% of their final damage to heal themself for 10% of the damage they inflict on enemies during their turn.
      • Trool Brutality: At the start of combat, the bearer sacrifices 1% of final damage per enemy to gain 2% final damage every time one of the enemies that was present at the start of combat (excluding summons) dies (stackable 5 times).
      • Kanig Barbarism: When the bearer finishes off an entity with a weapon, the bearer gains 150 Power for weapons for 2 turns (stackable 2 times).
    • Magikrab Quintessence
      • Gobbette Sweetness: At the start of each turn, the bearer sacrifices 5% of close-combat damage to give 5% close-combat damage to adjacent allies for 1 turn (stackable 1 time).
      • Greedoblop Gluttony: When an ally (excluding summons) present at the start of the fight dies, the bearer is healed for 20% of their health points. The effect can be triggered 3 times max per fight.
      • Bwak Generosity (BUFF): When the bearer ends their turn adjacent to an enemy, the bearer sacrifices 2% ranged damage for the following turn to give 2% ranged damage to their allies for 1 turn (stackable 1 time).
      • Chafer Immortality: When an ally (excluding summons) present at the start of the fight dies, the bearer gains 100% of that ally's level as shield for the rest of the fight. The effect can be triggered 5 times max per fight.
      • Sauroshell Protection: At the start of combat, the bearer gains 75% of each ally's level in shield but loses 5% resistance every time an ally that was present at the start of the fight (excluding summons) dies.
      • Crackler Robustness: At the start of combat, the bearer sacrifices 2% resistance per ally to give 3% resistance to their allies.
      • Treechnid Bark: When the bearer suffers an attempted MP loss, they gain 75% of their level as shield for 1 turn. The effect can be triggered 1 time max per turn.
      • Domoizelle Devotion:
        • Is now a power from the Magikrab Quintessence.
        • At the end of each turn, the bearer transfers 5% of their health points to adjacent allies.
    • Kwaketch'd Quintessence
      • Piwi Velocity: When the bearer is locked, they gain 2 MP for 1 turn (stackable 1 time).
      • Hystritcheria: At the start of combat, the bearer sacrifices 1% of their resistance to gain 6 Dodge and 3 Lock per enemy.
      • Arachnee Web: Hasn't changed.
      • Koalak Savings: When the bearer is locked, they gain 1 AP for 1 turn (stackable 1 time).
      • Kitsou Evasion: Hasn't changed.
      • Kozaru Agitation: When the bearer pushes, attracts or transposes an entity, the bearer gains 5 Lock for 1 turn (stackable 3 times).
    • Bakusharna Quintessence
      • Scurvion Toxicity: Hasn't changed.
      • Pandora's Call: Hasn't changed.
      • Neye Acuity: At start of turn, the bearer gains 3 Range. This bonus is lost if they use at least 1 MP.
      • Spimush Altruism: When the bearer ends their turn adjacent to an ally, the bearer sacrifices 1 AP for the following turn to give 1 AP to adjacent allies for 1 turn (stackable 1 time).
      • Persaport Empathy: The bearer receives a bonus of 10% healing done to allied players and sidekicks during the bearer's turn. The bearer loses this bonus as soon as one of them dies.
      • Tofoone Benevolence: When the bearer ends their turn adjacent to an ally, the bearer sacrifices 1 MP for the following turn to give 1 MP to adjacent allies for 1 turn (stackable 1 time).
      • Dreggon Fetter: Hasn't changed.
    • For improved clarity in combat, new visual effects appear when a legendary power is activated. Each legendary power has its own unique visual effect.
    • Quintessences work differently from before:
      • 27 new resources have been created, corresponding to 27 legendary powers. They're called infused croquettes (e.g. Bwork Infused Croquette, Arachnee Infused Croquette, etc.). This is the resource you have to give a pet to endow it with a legendary power.
      • Quintessences are now a consumable that gives a random infused croquette from the quintessence.
 

Interface

  • The icon for temporal anomalies visible in the top left of the screen (next to the territory's level) has been changed:
    • The territory's bonus is now shown on the icon itself.
    • The icon's colors are now based on the territory's bonus.
    • The mouseover text has been changed.
    • When you click on the icon, the world map opens with the temporal anomaly interface open.
  • The temporal anomaly interface in the world map has been changed:
    • The icon used to access this interface has been modified for clarity.
    • A new column has been added with the territory's level.

    • You can now select an option to be notified when an anomaly opens. This option is turned off by default.
 

Other

  • Achievements related to temporal anomalies have been added.
  • In connection with changes made to temporal anomalies, the loot drop formula has been modified:

    • The impact of prospecting will now be based on the level gap between the character(s) and the monster(s).

    • The impact of prospecting and idols has been reduced.

  • A screen about temporal anomalies has been added. It appears when the character hits level 50.
  • The quest "There's a Time for Everything" has been modified. The resource may now be dropped by a monster in a territory that's affected by an anomaly.
  • The in-game guide has been updated to explain the new system in detail.
  • Certain almanax bonuses have changed.
  • The chat message that says an anomaly is open in the territory has been modified for clarity and precision.
 

Alterations

Current Situation

Currently, there is a system in the game for giving the player blessings or curses. These status effects can be obtained in various ways, including through dialogue or certain fights or by consuming certain consumables. Here are a few popular examples of in-game blessings/curses: a follower character, the lurgi, Necronyx, potions that change the player's color, changes to the player's appearance or spells in tactical fights (against the Bolgrot, for example), etc. These blessings/curses are shown to the player in the form of a small interface around the edge of the player's screen.

Why Change the System?

With the current system, there is a limited number of blessings and curses possible at the same time. When this maximum is reached, existing blessings/curses are replaced by new ones (and therefore disappear). And the possibilities for effects are limited.
 

New System

  • The system of blessings/curses is now called Alterations.
  • There is no longer a limit on the number of alterations a character can have at one time.
  • After the update, you will not lose your current blessings and curses. The old system and the new one will coexist. That means all the existing blessings and curses in the game will remain unchanged as part of the old system. They will therefore be replaced if their maximum is reached. However, all the newly created alterations will be part of the new system (and will never max out).
  • The HUD interface has been modified. It will display up to 6 alterations. An alteration's remaining duration will appear below the icon in the HUD interface (in amount of fights, wins, losses, or time).
  • A new detailed interface related to alterations has also been added to the game.
    • This detailed interface is accessible via the gear in the HUD interface:
       
    • This detailed interface lists your current alterations with the name, a description, and time remaining.
    • You can look up and sort your alterations.
    • You can favorite some of your alterations (up to 3) and display them in the HUD interface. By default, your most recent alterations will be displayed.
 

Improvements/Changes

Combat

  • The Summons Skill spell now has a variant: Summons' Freedom. Depending on the variant you choose, your summons will be controlled by default or not. You can always cast the spell during combat to change their behavior.
  • The Necronyx spell has been changed:
    • The spell is now learned by speaking to the NPC God Sadida at the end of the quest "Fatal Weapon".
    • It is now a common spell and not a blessing.
    • For players who've already completed the quest, the spell can be learned by speaking to the NPC Sadida Priestess. The blessing is then removed during this dialogue.
  • Summons' and sidekicks' spells are now visible in a new interface outside of the player's turn. These spells can also be selected to be cast from this new interface.
  • Giving up during combat in a Kanojedo (in Amakna, Astrub, the Vigilante Base, or the Dreggon Village) is no longer considered a defeat. You stay on the map and no longer lose energy.
  • The following Sadida summons have been reduced in size for improved clarity: Leafy Tree, Tree of Life, Groute, and Treant.
  • The Weakened state is now visible to all players, not just the one who has it. Also, its time remaining is now shown.
  • 2 new Kolossium maps have been created for 1v1 and 3v3.

Miscellaneous

  • In the guild log, the announcement that appears when a member has been promoted will now include information on whoever promoted the player.
  • A guild will gain access to its guild chest 30 days after being created. First this block will be applied to depositing items in the chest. We will then completely block all access to the chest for guilds that are less than 30 days old.
  • The almanax bonuses in Vulkania for the month of July have been replaced by the almanax for the meridia Bryss.
  • A new consumable can be purchased from the NPC Akademy Canteen Worker in the third room of the Gob Akademy dungeon. This one offers the Gobelishous Illusion alteration, which turns your character into a gobelishous.

Bug Fixes

Quests
  • A new hunting quest called "Too Sinister" is now available in Frigost. This quest is randomly given as part of the hunting quests in the zone as long as the player meets the requirements for it.
  • The quest "The Divine Child" and subsequent quests, previously reserved for people who own the Goultard special edition of the Dofus manga, are now available to anyone. Some of the quest rewards are still reserved for people who own the manga.
  • The following quests have been removed:
    • Suspicion
    • The Great Work
    • Charlie's Agents
  • One Box to Rule Them All: the objective is confirmed and Martalo's Watch acquired in the same line of dialogue. The player is therefore no longer stuck if they close the dialogue menu during the conversation.
  • Existential Question: the Persistent Moskito now has an icon in the timeline and an attack animation.
  • An Eternal Harvest: in step 2, you are twice asked to collect a tiwabbit's soul. This has been changed. Now you have to collect a tiwabbit soul and a tiwabbit wostawvin soul.
  • The mobs no longer appear on the map at [-19, 30] where the NPC Colm O' Ver is found for the quest "Dungeons and Yet More Dungeons".

Achievements

  • The achievement "Bend Without Breaking" related to Damadrya gave half as much XP as the achievements for other bosses of the same level. This has been fixed.

Combat

  • Resistance bonuses and penalties on enemies will correctly update between fights.
  • The Dorigamercy and Dorigexecution challenges are no longer compatible.

  • In the preview for casting a spell, the size of icons is now fixed.
  • The First and Last challenges are now incompatible with the War monster.

Monsters

  • The Destroyers monster family now appears in the bestiary, in the category "Shustuft Crust Monsters".
  • The monsters in temporal anomalies now appear in the bestiary, in the category "Temporal Anomaly".

Items

  • The visual for globally pre-sentient potions for petsmounts is now easier to distinguish from globally pre-sentient potions for mounts.

Maps and Navigation

  • Cosmetics marketplaces and podiums have been separated into two distinct maps so that players who want to buy cosmetics don't get in the way of players who want to use the podium.
  • Fixed various issues with settings in World of Twelve maps (much thanks to Loreillo for all the feedback!).

Treasure Hunts

  • New treasure hunt clues have been added to the world.
  • Fixed certain clues that were incorrectly placed:
    • on harvestable trees
    • hidden by scenery elements
  • The Barbaric challenge is now incompatible in the battle with Vigichest.

Miscellaneous

  • The rules for naming characters are now consistent with those for Temporis pre-registration.
  • The version number is correctly shown in the error window that appears during maintenance.
  • When health steal is displayed in the smithmagic interface, it correctly shows two rows if necessary.
  • There was sometimes a display issue in the marketplace when the player opened multiple resources to see the prices for each batch. This has been fixed.
  • Fixed the chat message shown in the quest "The Allegory of the Tavern" when the player is taking too long to find one of the hints.
  • The sound for the Warrior emote would play multiple times when the animation played. This has been fixed.
  • The button "Rename the mount" and the button to close the mount interface were overlapping. This has been fixed.
  • The error message that appears when you update the guild information too quickly has been changed for clarity.
  • Various spelling mistakes in dialogue and item descriptions have been corrected.
  • Certain Mirabelle Plum Shigekax were not consumable. This has been fixed.
 

Classes: Balancing and Fixes

ROGUE

Goals of Balancing

  • Reduce the capacity for improvement, thanks to Kaboom
  • Reduce the capacity for reduction (especially with the Water path and its AP reduction)
  • Reduce the power of Fuze, which reinforces the two previous points
  • Reduce the mobility provided by Ruse
  • Improve Resilient Bombs
  • Improve multiple spells that compared unfavorably with their respective variants
  • Allow simultaneous access to all spells in an elemental path (except bombs) to vary gameplay and harness their full potential
  • Overall strengthen positioning gameplay and thereby emphasize walls and charged explosions
  • Improve the identity and power of the Fire path, which had been on the sidelines compared to other paths

Spell Kit

 

Class Set

Here, the colors correspond to the modified spells' elements: red = fire / blue = water / green = air / brown = earth / purple = best element/multiple elements / black = utility/no element
 Hoodwink Headgear – Level 40
 
  • Disables the Explobomb spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Resilient Explobomb spell's maximum range by 2
  • Increases the Pulsar spell's maximum range by 1
  • Increases the Shrapnel spell's maximum range by 1
  • Reduces the Dirty Trick spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Increases the Walking Bomb spell's maximum range by 2
  • Reduces the Magnet spell's AP cost by 1
  • Makes the Crossing spell's range modifiable

 Hanging Cloak – Level 80
 
  • Disables the Water Bomb spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Resilient Water Bomb spell's maximum range by 2
  • Increases the Stolen Goods spell's maximum range by 1
  • Increases the Weigh Down spell's maximum range by 1
  • Reduces the Roguery spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Increases the Strategy spell's maximum range by 2
  • Reduces the Last Breath spell's AP cost by 1
  • Increases the Magnetic Trap spell's maximum number of casts per turn by 1

 Doc Post-Martems – Level 100
 
  • Disables the Grenado spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Resilient Grenado spell's maximum range by 2
  • Disables the Carbine spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Obliteration spell's maximum range by 1
  • Increases the Musket spell's maximum range by 2
  • Increases the Shot Pellets spell's maximum range by 1
  • Reduces the Kickback spell's AP cost by 1
  • Increases the Ruse spell's maximum range by 2
  • 1 MP

 Glisserin Belt – Level 130
 
  • Disables the Powder spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Sticky Bomb spell's maximum number of casts per turn by 1
  • 15% Critical with the Deception spell
  • 15% Critical with the Arquebus spell
  • Disables straight-line casting for the Extraction spell
  • 20% Critical with the Cadence spell
  • Increases the Detonator spell's maximum range by 2
  • Disables the Fuze spell's line of sight

 Enig Mittens – Level 150
 
  • Disables the Seismobomb spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Resilient Seismobomb spell's maximum range by 2
  • Disables the Bombard spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Machine Gun spell's maximum range by 2
  • 20% Critical with the Boomerang Daggers spell
  • Increases the Blunderbuss spell's maximum range by 1
  • Reduces the Kaboom spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Increases the Imposture spell's maximum range by 1
 

Spell Details

  •    Kaboom State:
    • How it works:
      • The bonuses from Kaboom are now applied by the Rogue, not by the bombs themselves. The bonuses can therefore be dissipated.
  •  Roguish Downpour:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max stacking: 2 → 1
  •  Roguish Tornado:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max stacking: 2 → 1
  •  Resilient Bombs:
    • Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 3 → 2

 

  •  Detonator:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Casts per turn: 1 / 2 / 3 → 2 / 2 / 2
  • Fuze:
    • How it works:
      • Gives 3 AP back to the caster right before the explosion.
    •  Casting conditions:
      • Casts per turn: 1 / 2 → 1 / 1
  •   Ruse:
    • How it works:
      • Shield value has increased: 200 → 225%
    •  Casting conditions:
      • Casts per turn: 2 → 1
  • Pulsar:
    • Is now the variant of Shrapnel.
  • Shrapnel:
    • Is now the variant of Pulsar.
    • Ranks: 155 → 115 / 182
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 5 → 4 / 5
    • Damage:
      • Level 115: 14 to 16 (Crit: 17 to 19)
      • Level 182: 17 to 19 (Crit: 20 to 23)
  • Carbine:
    • Is now the variant of Obliteration
  • Obliteration:
    • Is now the variant of Carbine
    • Ranks: 115 / 182 → 125 / 192
    • How it works:
      • Obliteration is now an Earth spell.
      • "Inflicts Earth damage. Damage is increased based on the number of Seismobombs or Sticky Bombs that have exploded since the last time Obliteration was cast."
    • Damage:
      • Level 125: 32 to 38 (Crit: 39 to 45)
      • Level 182: 37 to 43 (Crit: 44 to 52)
  • Bombard:
    • Is now the variant of Machine Gun
  • Machine Gun:
    • Is now the variant of Bombard
    • Ranks: 125 / 192 → 150
  • Walking Bomb:
    • How it works:
      • The Walking Bomb now has the Unlockable and Unable to Lock states.
    • Casting conditions:
      • Cooldown period: 4 / 3 → 3 / 2
  • Stolen Goods:
    • Is now the variant of Weigh Down
  • Weigh Down:
    • Is now the variant of Stolen Goods
    • Ranks: 150 → 155
    • How it works:
      • Weigh Down is now a Fire spell.
      • "Inflicts Fire damage. On one of the caster's Bombs: inflicts Fire damage on entities located between two aligned Bombs.
      • Affected Bombs gain 1 Combo, once per Bomb per turn. Requires targeting a Bomb, Walking Bomb or Megabomb."
  • Blunderbuss:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 4 → 3
  • Sticky Bomb:
    • Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 3 → 2
  • Musket:
    • Is now the variant of Shot Pellets
    • Ranks: 195 → 75 / 142
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 5 → 4 / 5
    • Damage:
      • Level 75: 15 to 17 (Crit: 18 to 20)
      • Level 142: 19 to 21 (Crit: 23 to 25)
  • Shot Pellets:
    • Is now the variant of Musket
  • Deception:
    • Is now the variant of Arquebus
  • Arquebus:
    • Is now the variant of Deception
    • Ranks: 75 / 142 → 195
    • Casting conditions:
      • Casts per turn: 3 → 2
  •   Kaboom:
    • How it works:
      • "On caster's Bombs: adds 1 → 2 Combo."
    •  Casting conditions:
      • Cooldown period: 4 / 3 → 5 / 4
 

CRA

Goals of Balancing

  • Reduce the capacity for damage too easily accessible using Arrow of Judgement
  • Prevent Plaguing Arrow from being spammed at low level
  • Rebalance the elemental paths relative to each other, especially in terms of number of spells
  • Improve the least used variants
  • Ease certain casting conditions that can be burdensome
  • Offer tools for "protection" to this class, while preserving its identity
  • Several new spells will thus be added, operating on the principle of dissuasion/revenge rather than direct protection.
  • A trap will also be joining the spell kit: the Cra is also a hunter, and this trap will certainly give them several nice combos!

Spell Kit

Class Set

Here, the colors correspond to the modified spells' elements: red = fire / blue = water / green = air / brown = earth / purple = best element/multiple elements / black = utility/no element
Robbie Hoodie Cap – Level 40
 
  • 15% Critical with the Magic Arrow spell
  • Increases the Concentration Arrow spell's maximum number of casts per target by 1
  • Reduces the Distant Shooting spell's AP cost by 1
  • Reduces the Absolute Acuteness spell's AP cost by 1
  • Increases the Frozen Arrow spell's maximum number of casts per target by 1
  • Increases the Paralysing Arrow spell's maximum range by 2
  • 25% Critical with the Absorptive Arrow spell
  • Reduces the Devouring Arrow spell's AP cost by 1

Cape Hulco – Level 80
 
  • Disables the Burning Arrow spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Repulsive Arrow spell's maximum range by 2
  • Reduces the Bow Skill spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Disables the Recall Beacon spell's line of sight
  • Reduces the Plaguing Arrow spell's AP cost by 1
  • 25% Critical with the Slaughtering Arrow spell
  • 30% Critical with the Explosive Arrow spell
  • 20 Damage with the Fulminating Arrow spell

 Veggie Boots – Level 100
 
  • Reduces the Atonement Arrow spell's AP cost by 1
  • 25% Critical with the Redemption Arrow spell
  • Reduces the Powerful Shooting spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Reduces the Tactical Beacon spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Reduces the Poisoned Arrow spell's AP cost by 1
  • Reduces the Conniving Arrow spell's AP cost by 1
  • Disables the Slow-Down Arrow spell's line of sight
  • Increases the Striking Arrow spell's maximum number of casts per turn by 1
  • 1 MP

 Targ Belt – Level 130
 
  • Reduces the Punitive Arrow spell's AP cost by 1
  • 25% Critical with the Arrow of Judgement spell
  • Increases the Immobilising Arrow spell's maximum number of casts per target by 1
  • Increases the Assailing Arrow spell's maximum range by 1
  • Increases the Lashing Arrow spell's maximum number of casts per target by 1
  • Disables straight-line casting for the Withdrawal Arrow spell
  • 30% Critical with the Destructive Arrow spell
  • Increases the Barricade Shot spell's maximum range by 2

 Honoh Ring – Level 150
 
  • Reduces the Retreat Arrow spell's AP cost by 1
  • Increases the Erosive Arrow spell's maximum range by 2
  • Reduces the Bat's Eye spell's AP cost by 1
  • Reduces the Crushing Arrow spell's cooldown period by 1
  • 15% Critical with the Tormenting Arrow spell
  • Reduces the Tyrannical Arrow spell's AP cost by 1
  • Increases the Vendetta spell's maximum range by 2
  • Reduces the Sentinel spell's cooldown period by 1
 

Spell Details

  • Magic Arrow:
    • How it works:
      • The Range steal on enemies is now 3 instead of 2. The bonus to allies is also 3 now.
      • The spell can now be cast on yourself.
    • Casting conditions:
      • Min range: 1 → 0
      • Max stacking: 1 / 1 / 2 → 1 / 1 / 1
    • Damage:
      • Level 1: 11 to 13 (CH: 13 to 15) → 14 to 16 (CH: 16 to 19)
      • Level 66: 15 to 17 (CH: 18 to 20) → 18 to 21 (CH: 21 to 25)
      • Level 132: 19 to 21 (CH: 23 to 25) → 23 to 27 (CH: 28 to 32)
  • Reprisal:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Cooldown period: 5 / 4 → 4 / 3
  •  Distant Shooting:
    • How it works:
      • No longer affects enemies.
  • Redemption Arrow:
    • How it works:
      • The bonus's duration has been increased to 2 turns.
      • The damage bonus has been increased at all levels:
        • Level 125: 10 → 12
        • Level 192: 12 → 14
    • Damage:
      • Level 125: 17 to 19 (CH: 20 to 23) → 20 to 23 (CH: 24 to 27)
      • Level 192: 19 to 22 (CH: 23 to 26) → 23 to 26 (CH: 28 to 31)
  •    Bat's Eye:
    •  How it works:
      • The Range reduction has decreased: -2 / -4 / -6 → -2 / -3 / -4
    •   Casting conditions:
      • Area of effect: 2 / 2 / 3-cell circle → 2-cell circle
      • Min range: 5 → 3
      • Cooldown period: 3 / 3 / 3 → 2 / 2 / 2
      • Initial cooldown period: 1 → 0
    • Damage:
      • Level 20: 10 to 12 (CH: 12 to 14) → 13 to 15 (CH: 16 to 18)
      • Level 87: 13 to 15 (CH: 15 to 17) → 17 to 19 (CH: 20 to 23)
      • Level 154: 16 to 18 (CH: 19 to 22) → 21 to 24 (CH: 25 to 29)
  • Crushing Arrow:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Min range: 5 → 3
  •   Bow Skill:
    • Is now the variant of Recall Beacon
    • Ranks: 90 / 157 → 25 / 92 / 159
    • How it works:
      •  The damage bonus has been adjusted for the new ranks: 40 (50) / 60 (70) → 20 (25) / 40 (50) / 60 (70) Damage
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 3 / 6 → 4 / 5 / 6
  • Recall Beacon:
    • Is now the variant of Bow Skill
  • Punitive Arrow:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Min range: 6 → 4
  • Arrow of Judgement
    • Casting conditions:
      • Casts per target: 2 → 1
    • Damage:
      • Level 145:
        • 13 to 14 (CH: 15 to 17) → 14 to 15 (CH: 16 to 18)
        • 25 to 28 (CH: 30 to 33) → 31 to 35 (CH: 37 to 42)
  • Powerful Shooting:
    • How it works:
      • Also increases the critical hit rate
        • 6 (8) / 8 (10) / 10 (12)% Critical (3 turns; can be dissipated)
    • Casting conditions:
      • Cooldown period: 6 → 4
  •  Plaguing Arrow:
    •  Casting conditions:
      • Casts per target: 2 / 2 / 2 → 1 / 2 / 2
    • Damage:
      • Level 45: 8 to 10 (CH: 10 to 12) → 10 to 12 (CH: 13 to 15)
      • Level 112: 11 to 13 (CH: 13 to 15) → 14 to 16 (CH: 17 to 19)
      • Level 179: 13 to 15 (CH: 16 to 18) → 17 to 19 (CH: 20 to 23)
  • Abolition Arrow
    • This spell has been removed.
  • Poisoned Arrow:
    • Is now the variant of Conniving Arrow
  •   Conniving Arrow:
    • Is now the variant of Poisoned Arrow
    • Ranks: 80 / 147 → 160
    • How it works:
      • The spell can also be cast on enemies.
      • The spell accounts for the caster's Critical Damage.
    •   Casting conditions:
      • Min range: 5 → 3
  • Curative Arrow
    • This spell has been removed.
  • Tormenting Arrow:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Min range: 5 → 4
  •   Destructive Arrow
    •  How it works:
      • The damage penalty is the same whether a normal hit or critical hit: 66 → 60 damage
    •  Casting conditions:
      • Casts per turn: 2 → 3
  • Barricade Shot:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Min range: 4 → 2
      • Critical Hit: 25 → 15
  • Absorptive Arrow:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Min range: 6 → 4
  • Slow-Down Arrow:
    • Description:
      • "Removes AP and inflicts Water damage in an area of effect."
    • Casting conditions:
      • Area of effect: 2-cell circle → 3-cell cone
      • Diagonal casting: yes → no
      • Target needed: yes → no
      • Casts per target: 1 → /
    • Damage:
      • Level 75: 29 to 31 (CH: 35 to 37) → 27 to 29 (CH: 33 to 35)
      • Level 142: 36 to 38 (CH: 43 to 46) → 34 to 36 (CH: 41 to 43)
  • Lark Mirror:
    • Variant of Eye for Eye
    • Ranks: 80 / 147
    • How it works:
      • "Places a single-cell trap that attracts targets and removes MP from enemies in an area of effect when triggered."
        • -2 MP (1 turn; parryable)
    • Casting conditions:
      • Area of effect: 3-cell cross
      • AP cost: 2
      • Max range: 4
      • Min range: 2
      • Modifiable range: yes
      • Line of sight: no
      • Free cell: yes
      • Cooldown period: 2
      • Max stacking: 1
  • Eye for Eye:
    • Is now the variant of Lark Mirror
    • Ranks: 190
    • How it works:
      • "Pushes the target 2 cells and steals Range from the target if it is an enemy. For 1 turn:
        • If the target is an enemy, repels the target if they attack the caster and steals Range from the target.
        • If the target is an ally, repels the target's enemy attackers and steals Range from them."
          • Steals 2 Range (1 turn; can be dissipated; stackable 3 times)
    • Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 3
      • Max range: 6
      • Min range: 1
      • Modifiable range: no
      • Line of sight: yes
      • Target needed: yes
      • Cooldown period: 3
  • Critical Shooting:
    • This spell has been removed (see Powerful Shooting).
  • Vendetta:
    • Is now the variant of Sentinel
    • Ranks: 90 / 157
    • How it works:
      • "Increases the targeted ally's critical hit rate and applies the Vendetta state. For 1 turn, enemies that inflict damage on the target suffer additional damage for 1 turn."
        • 10 / 15% Critical (1 turn; cannot be dissipated; max. stacking 1)
        • Damage suffered x 5% (1 turn; cannot be dissipated; max. stacking 3)
    • Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 2
      • Max range: 6
      • Min range: 0
      • Modifiable range: yes
      • Line of sight: yes
      • Cooldown period: 3 / 2
  • Sentinel:
    • Is now the variant of Vendetta
 

ENUTROF

Goals of Balancing

  • Make triggered spells (Placer Mining, Hard Cash, and Firedamp Explosion) less powerful and gratuitous by giving the mechanic more finesse
  • Rethink how spells are organized and acquired to improve progression throughout the game, as well as the potential of each elemental path
  • Prevent Shovel Kiss from being spammed at low level
  • Improve certain utility and elemental spells that have struggled to match their variant
  • Improve the Earth path, which has been a bit inferior to the others
  • In general, put more emphasis on "greed" in gameplay: incentivize seeking out powerful effects, with trade-offs that may be costly for the Enutrof if they're greedy or their luck runs out!

Spell Kit

Class Set

Here, the colors correspond to the modified spells' elements: red = fire / blue = water / green = air / brown = earth / purple = best element/multiple elements / black = utility/no element

 Sthood – Level 40
 
  • 10 Damage with the Coin Throwing spell
  • Increases the Placer Mining spell's maximum range by 2
  • Increases the Living Bag spell's maximum range by 3
  • Reduces the Living Satchel spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Reduces the Auriferous Shovel spell's AP cost by 1
  • 20% Critical with the Shovel Throwing spell
  • 30% Critical with the Shovel of the Ancients spell
  • Increases the Sieving spell's maximum range by 1

 Cape Hernaum – Level 80
 
  • Increases the Prime of Life spell's maximum range by 1
  • Increases the Collapse spell's maximum range by 2
  • Reduces the Acceleration spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Disables straight-line casting for the Wandering spell
  • 15 Damage with the Mound spell
  • 20% Critical with the Mine Fire spell
  • Reduces the Treasure Key spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Increases the Armlock spell's maximum number of casts per turn by 1

 Crusuede Shoes – Level 100
 
  • 25% Critical with the Shovel Kiss spell
  • Increases the Deposit spell's maximum range by 2
  • 20 Damage with the Ghostly Shovel spell
  • Reduces the Spade of the Ancients spell's AP cost by 1
  • Reduces the Pandora's Box spell's AP cost by 1
  • Increases the Toolbox spell's maximum range by 2
  • 25% Critical with the Unsummoning spell
  • Increases the Firedamp Explosion spell's maximum range by 2
  • 1 MP

 Belt Urgid – Level 130
 
  • Increases the Opportuneness spell's maximum number of casts per turn by 1
  • Increases the Hard Cash spell's maximum range by 2
  • Increases the Living Shovel spell's maximum range by 4
  • Increases the Living Spade spell's maximum range by 2
  • Increases the Loafylactic spell's maximum range by 1
  • 20% Critical with the Peat Bog spell
  • Reduces the Corruption spell's AP cost by 1
  • Reduces the Decadence spell's cooldown period by 1

 Rememb Ring – Level 150
 
  • Reduces the Greed spell's AP cost by 1
  • Reduces the Miserliness spell's AP cost by 1
  • 20 Damage with the Obsolescence spell
  • Increases the Bankruptcy spell's maximum range by 1
  • Increases the Clumsiness spell's maximum range by 1
  • Reduces the Golden Age spell's cooldown period by 1
  • Reduces the Living Chest spell's AP cost by 1
  • Increases the Living Trunk spell's maximum range by 3
 

Spell Details

  •   Placer Mining:
    • How it works:
      • "Inflicts Water damage. For 2 turns, inflicts Water damage if the target suffers an attempted MP reduction.
      • Each time it is triggered, the minimum and maximum amplitude of damage increases. May be triggered 3 times per turn."
      • Triggered damage:
        • Level 95:
          • Trigger 1: 8
          • Trigger 2: 6 to 9
          • Trigger 3: 2 to 10
        • Level 162:
          • Trigger 1: 10
          • Trigger 2: 8 to 11
          • Trigger 3: 4 to 13
    • Casting conditions:
      • Casts per turn: 2 → 1
      • Casts per target: 1 → /
    • Damage:
      • Level 95: 8
      • Level 162: 10
  • Prime of Life:
    • Is now the variant of Collapse
    • Ranks: 20 / 87 / 154 → 1 / 67 / 133
    • Damage:
      • Level 1: 17 to 19 (Crit: 20 to 23)
      • Level 67: 22 to 25 (Crit: 26 to 30)
      • Level 133: 28 to 32 (Crit: 34 to 38)
  •  Collapse:
    • Is now the variant of Prime of Life
    • Ranks: 55 / 122 / 189 → 100 / 167
    • How it works:
      • "Inflicts Earth damage. For 2 turns, inflicts Earth damage if the target suffers an attempted Range reduction.
      • Each time it is triggered, the minimum and maximum amplitude of damage increases. May be triggered 3 times per turn."
      • Triggered damage:
        • Level 122:
          • Trigger 1: 10
          • Trigger 2: 8 to 11
          • Trigger 3: 4 to 13
        • Level 189:
          • Trigger 1: 12
          • Trigger 2: 10 to 13
          • Trigger 3: 6 to 15
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 7 / 8 / 9 → 6 / 7
      • Casts per turn: 2 → 1
      • Casts per target: 1 → /
    • Damage:
      • Level 122: 10
      • Level 189: 12
  • Shovel Kiss:
    • Casting conditions:
      • Casts per target: 2 / 2 / 2 → 1 / 1 / 2
  •   Deposit:
    •   Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 4 → 3
    •  Damage/Healing:
      • Level 110: 25 to 27 (CH: 30 to 33) → 23 to 26 (CH: 28 to 31)
      • Level 177: 31 to 34 (CH: 37 to 41) → 29 to 32 (CH: 35 to 38)
  •   Opportuneness:
    •  Is now the variant of Hard Cash
    •   Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 4 / 5 / 6 → 6 / 7 / 8
  •  Hard Cash
    • Is now the variant of Opportuneness
    • Ranks: 165 → 115 / 182
    • How it works:
      • "Inflicts Air damage. For 2 turns, inflicts Air damage if the target suffers an attempted AP reduction.
      • Each time it is triggered, the minimum and maximum amplitude of damage increases. May be triggered 3 times per turn."
      • Triggered damage:
        • Level 115:
          • Trigger 1: 9
          • Trigger 2: 7 to 10
          • Trigger 3: 3 to 12
        • Level 182:
          • Trigger 1: 11
          • Trigger 2: 9 to 12
          • Trigger 3: 5 to 14
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 6 → 4 / 5
      • Casts per turn: 2 → 1
      • Casts per target: 1 → /
    • Damage:
      • Level 115: 9
      • Level 182: 11
  •   Mound:
    •  Ranks: 1 / 67 / 133 → 20 / 87 / 154
    • How it works:
      • "Inflicts Earth damage in an area of effect and reduces Range."
        • -2 Range (1 turn; can be dissipated; max. stacking 1)
    •    Casting conditions:
      • Max stacking: / → 1
  • Living Spade
    • Characteristics:
      • Lock: -75 → 25
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 5 → 7
      • Line of sight: yes → no
    • Spade Strike:
      • How it works:
        • When the Spade inflicts damage, it increases its Power and that of the Enutrof and their summons.
          • 150 Power (2 turns; can be dissipated; max. stacking 1)
      • Casting conditions:
        • Target necessary: no → yes
        • Max stacking: / → 1
  •   Loafylactic:
    • Is now the variant of Peat Bog
    • Ranks: 115 / 182 → 45 / 112 / 179
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 5 / 7 → 5 / 6 / 7
      • Max stacking: 2 → 1
    • Damage:
      • Level 45: 12 to 14 (Crit: 14 to 16)
      • Level 112: 16 to 18 (Crit: 19 to 21)
      • Level 179: 19 to 21 (Crit: 23 to 25)
  • Peat Bog:
    • Is now the variant of Loafylactic
    • Ranks: 100 / 167 → 155
  • Ghostly Shovel:
    • Ranks: 45 / 112 / 179 → 55 / 122 / 189
    • Damage:
      • Level 55: 17 to 19 (Crit: 20 to 22)
      • Level 122: 23 to 25 (Crit: 27 to 29)
      • Level 189: 26 to 28 (Crit: 31 to 34)
  •   Spade of the Ancients:
    • Ranks: 155 → 165
    •   Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 5 → 4
    • Damage:
      • Level 165: 38 to 42 (CH: 46 to 50) → 32 to 36 (CH: 38 to 43)
  • Last Resort:
    • Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 3 → 2
  •   Shovel of the Ancients:
    •   Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 5 → 4
    • Damage:
      • Level 70: 36 to 40 (CH: 43 to 48) → 30 to 33 (CH: 36 to 39)
      • Level 137: 46 to 51 (CH: 55 to 61) → 38 to 42 (CH: 46 to 50)
  •   Sieving:
    •   Casting conditions:
      • AP cost: 4 → 3
    • Damage:
      • Level 180: 28 to 32 (CH: 34 to 38) → 25 to 29 (CH: 30 to 35)
  • Lucky Shovel:
    • How it works:
      • When summoned and then at the start of each turn, the Lucky Shovel gives the caster a random bonus (1 turn; cannot be dissipated; max. stacking 1).
        • 30 Dodge
        • 100 Power
        • 20 AP and MP Reduction
  • Decadence:
    • How it works:
      • "On an ally: increases their final damage immediately but reduces it on the following turn.
      • On an enemy: removes AP immediately but reduces the damage they suffer on the following turn."
        • On allies: +10% damage inflicted / -10% damage inflicted
        • On enemies: -2 parryable AP / -10% damage suffered
    • Casting conditions:
      • Cooldown period: 2 → /
      • Casts per turn: / → 2
      • Casts per target: / → 1
  • Firedamp Explosion:
    • How it works:
      • "Inflicts Fire damage on enemies. For 2 turns, inflicts Fire damage on enemies in a 2-cell area of effect around the target if it is healed.
      • Each time it is triggered, the minimum and maximum amplitude of damage increases. May be triggered 3 times per turn.
      • Triggered damage:
        • Level 195:
          • Trigger 1: 14
          • Trigger 2: 12 to 15
          • Trigger 3: 8 to 17
    • Casting conditions:
      • Max range: 9 → 8
    • Damage:
      • Level 195: 14
  • Living Chest:
    • Characteristics:
      • Chance: / → 200 / 250
  • Living Trunk:
    • Treasure Chest:
      • Casting conditions:
        • AP cost: 2 → 3
        • Casts per turn: 1 → 2

Miscellaneous

  • The description of the Iop's Duel and Grip spells has been updated for clarity.
 

 

Reactions 1

The beta has been updated on Friday, June 17. The changes are as follows:

  • Characters' heads, petsmounts, and living items that were sometimes invisible have been restored.
  • The Kolossium works properly in 1v1 again.
  • Various fixes have been applied to pets' legendary powers.
  • Legendary power quintessences can now be purchased from the NPC Best-a-Tester.
  • Uchronic elixirs work properly, and their preconditions are mentioned in the item's tooltip.
  • Encounters with anomaly bosses are now limited to 4 players.
  • The formula used to calculate territory bonuses was incorrect for dimensions. This has been fixed.
  • Visuals have been added for the Alternative Temporalities ornament.
  • The visual for the Necronyx spell has been updated in the guide.
  • The text related to the Summons Skill spell has been updated in the guide.
  • Added a tutorial to the new alterations interface.
  • The visual for the NPC Best-a-Tester has been modified to be consistent with the update.
 
  • Cra:
    • Magic Arrow: The spell properly steals or grants 3 Range instead of 2.
    • Robbie Hoodie Cap:
      • Makes the Retreat Arrow spell's range modifiable
      • Increases the Erosive Arrow spell's range by 2
      • Reduces the Bat's Eye spell's AP cost by 1
      • Increases the Concentration Arrow spell's maximum number of casts per target by 1
    • Veggie Boots:
      • Increases the Slow Down Arrow spell's maximum range by 2
 
  • Rogue:
    • Kaboom bonuses work properly.
    • Weigh Down no longer affects allies.
    • The Walking Bomb correctly spawns with 1 Combo when it transforms into Elemental Bomb.
 
  • Enutrof:
    • The Belt Urgid now increases the Decadence spell's range by 2, instead of reducing the cooldown period.
    • The bonuses granted by Lucky Shovel work properly.