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Tales of Solaris Character Attributes Guide

Date: Apr 17 2013 23:46:26 Source: Official Site Views:
KeyWord: Tales of Solaris Guide, Tales of Solaris , Tales of Solaris Character, Character Guide, Character Attributes, Social Attribute, Battle Attribute, Ability

Tales of Solaris's character attributes are the detailed info of characters' survival/battle ability. Always following the attribute change can help players better develop themselves. Press "C" on the keyboard to open Character Attribute /Equipment interface.

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Picture 1-Character's Social & Battle Attributes

On the left of the panel is the equipment area. The character's current equipment will all be displayed in this area. Equipment from left to the bottom is Weapon, Necklace, Ring, Amulet, Bracers, Mount, Wing, Shoes, Bottom, Belt, Top, and Helm. Equipment can greatly boost characters' battle attributes.

Above the character image is the battle capacity index and star sign of item set.

Battle Capacity:is the comprehensive rating index for character's battle capacity. Character upgrade and equipment enhancement can boost battle capacity.

Item Set Stars:when all equipment gets a certain number of stars, the corresponding star sign will be lightened and ability bonus will be displayed.

Social Attribute

It's a character's social attributes in the game.

Name:Player's character name. It's unique and can't be changed.

ID:Character's ID number. It's unique and can't be changed.

Title:The special title players get in the game. It can give the character powerful attributes or special ability.

Level:Character's level. Leveling up the character can boost battle attributes. Players must accumulate EXP to level up. Finishing quests/battling against monsters/attending events, and others can give EXP. Some game features may unlock with the upgrade.

Guild:Organization that characters join in the game. Players can join a guild at Lv.25 and build a guild at Lv.30.

Class:Character's profession, determines character's battle attribute type/growth direction/class skill/equipment type. It can't be changed.

Battle Attribute

Battleattribute determines a character's battle capacity and depends on the character level. Equipping powerful equipment, leveling up class/guild skills, using attribute titles, and activating positive BUFF can boost the battle attributes.

HP:Character's current health point/max health point. HP will drop if character is wounded. Character dies when HP falls to 0.

MP:Character's current MP/Max MP. Use skill will consume MP. Skills can't be released if MP is too low.

PA:Character's ability of causing a target physical damage. Physical damage increases with PA. Only physical classes (i.e., Warrior, Sniper, and Assassin) have PA while magical classes (i.e., Mage, Wizard, and Priest) don't have PA.

MA:Character's ability of causing a target magical damage. Magical damage increases with MA. Only magical classes have MA.

PD:Character's ability of reducing the physical damage. The higher the PD, the more physical damage reduced.

MD:Character's ability of reducing the magical damage. The higher the MD, the more magical damage reduced.

PH:Character's ability of hitting a target when launching physical attacks. Hitting chance increases with PH. Only physical classes have PH.

MH:Character's ability of hitting a target when launching magical attacks. Hitting chance increases with MH. Only magical classes have MH.

PDOD:Character's ability of dodging physical attacks. The higher the PDOD, the more chance you're able to dodge.

MDOD:Character's ability of dodging magical attacks. The higher the MDOD, the more chance you're able to dodge.

PC:Character's critical hit ability when launching physical attack. The higher the PC, the more chance you'll have critical hit. Only physical classes have PC.

MC:Character's critical hit ability when launching magical attack. The higher the MC, the more chance you'll have critical hit. Only magical classes have PC.

SPD:Character's attack speed. The higher the SPD, the earlier you attack.

EXP:Character's EXP accumulation in the current level. Character advances to the next level when EXP is full.

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Picture 2 – Character's Special Ability and Resistance

In addition to battle attributes, characters also have 8 special abilities and resistances, which will have great influence on the battle. Players can gain ability and resistance by equipping and embedding the gems. Attribute titles and positive BUFF can add abilities and resistances, as well.

Ability

POI:The ability of poisoning a target while attacking. The higher the POI, the higher chance you have to poison a target, and the more damage to cause.

BRN:The ability of burning a target while attacking. The higher the BRN, the higher chance you have to burn a target, and the more damage to cause.

BLD:The ability of bleeding a target while attacking. The higher the BLD, the higher chance you have to bleed a target, and the more damage to cause.

STN:The ability of stunning a target while attacking. The higher the STN, the higher chance you have to stun a target, and the more damage to cause.

PTF:The ability of petrifying a target while attacking. The higher the PTF, the higher chance you have to petrify a target, and the more damage to cause.

SLB:The ability of slumbering a target while attacking. The higher the SLB, the higher chance you have to slumber a target, and the more damage to cause.

SIL:The ability of silencing a target while attacking. The higher the SIL, the higher chance you have to silence a target, and the more damage to cause.

CHS:The ability of putting a target into chaos while attacking. The higher the CHS, the higher chance you have to put a target into chaos, and the more damage to cause.

Resistance

POIR:The ability to resist POI. The higher the POIR, the better you can resist to POI.

BR:The ability to resist BRN. The higher the BR, the better you can resist to BRN.

BLDR:The ability to resist BLD. The higher the BLDR, the better you can resist to BLD.

STNR:The ability to resist STN. The higher the STNR, the better you can resist to STN.

PTFR:The ability to resist PTF. The higher the PTFR, the better you can resist to PTF.

SLBR:The ability to resist SLB. The higher the SLBR, the better you can resist to SLB.

SILR:The ability to resist SIL. The higher the SILR, the better you can resist to SIL.

CHSR:The ability to resist CHS. The higher the CHSR, the better you can resist to CHS.

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