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Starting and Progressing System

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Starting and Progressing System

Post by Michael on December 26th 2015, 10:55 pm

Starting

Every new player will be required to create a character to join the roleplay on this server. Creating a character is simple. Go in to Bio section of the forum and create a starting biography for your character where you will place all information that are neccesary for approval of your character. Your character will start as D rank with stats of same rank. Each character can pick one type of starting elemental or basic magic. Lost Magic as well as very powerful magic will be limited to one and only one per character. Such magics as Dragon Slayers and God Slayers will have only one person of element being able to utilize that sort of magic at the time unless that person decides to teach someone else their magic. Magic is free for everyone. By this i mean to say that when you're making your new character, you must list a couple of magic spells in order to rp those spells when you're in a battlefield. If they're not included and you rp any of the spells, that particular rp with be voided. So you need to first make up your spells and get them approved in your biography and only then you can rp them.

Progression

You can progress your character in multiple ways. Person can decide to progress a character by completely raising their rank by paying enough points or they can decide to progress all of their stats to higher rank which will by default make them that rank (Example: If a D rank raises all of his/her stats to a C rank he/she becomes C rank by default). Character is not allowed to have their stat ranked higher than one rank of his/her rank (Example a D rank can only raise one stat to max C rank and he/she can not raise that stat to B rank until he/she becomes a full C rank).
When you rank your character to C rank you will be allowed several choices in order to improve your magic. You will be either offered to buy advanced form of your starting element or you can choose to buy basic mastery over one Lost Magic or Advanced Magic. Upon ranking more character will be offered to continue their mastery over their basic element to achive perfect mastery over element (example Juvia for water) or they can decide to learn another advanced magic but then they wont be able to gain more mastery to their previous magic they picked. Upon becoming a true S rank you will be allowed to train and earn more points to master or learn more types of magic however like said from above character is limited to ONLY ONE TYPE of Lost Magic. Coming to the progress system of the in-guild; your guild master will make examination session in a month or so, you can take part in it and progress your guild rank. The guild rank is =/= to the power rank; this means you may be a, for example, B-rank in terms of overall and general power. But you are not B-rank in the guild. So by taking these tests you prove that you are worthy of being capable of doing B-ranked missions. Plus, a mage cannot do missions that are above his in-guild ranks. So a in-guild B-rank person cannot complete A-ranked missions or so. Only B-ranked missions and below.

New Player start

Your character when starts, it'll start as a D-rank most likely. When you do start as a D-rank (and I'm assuming you've already made your character and asked an admin to generate your stats sheet), you'll be wondering what to do now? Well we've got few more other limitations. When you make your biography you put your basic elemental magic there as well. That elemental magic will cover up your literally future battles in the missions or as fun with your comrades. Don't go overboard by using your magic. You know well how many magic can a D-rank user use in a combat, don't you?
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Re: Starting and Progressing System

Post by Itazuki on December 31st 2015, 10:33 pm

General Info/Rewards in Missions


Once you start as a D-rank with your biography completed and your role-play sheet generated, you're definitely wondering what now? Well the starting materials you can get for your D-rank are and will be granted to you on your biography. So you will have your basic element as a nature which you can use in your battles up ahead and you will have your gear up. Now what to do? Well the best thing you can possibly do as after making a biography is join up a guild.

Light Guilds are open at every stage; however Dark guilds allow D-ranks -ranks or above, unless they have some other strict rule or any other sort of circumstance.
You have your basic element ready and you have a joined a guild too. Now all you have to do is head over to the Jobs and missions section and try to attempt a D-rank job. It is the easiest job we offer and the hardest would be the S-rank job, which is hard even for a handful of S-rank mages. Upon completing a mission you will be awarded by points. The points will be given to you by admins. The Rpos will determine your quality of role-play and review your thread, good or bad is up to them. Admins may some time look up for your rp as well but they will most likely not due to their other important work.

Following is the list of the rewards you can get least in a mission:

D-rank = 1 point. 2 may be given if your quality exceeds the average.

C-rank = 5. 4 maybe given if you're not giving the good quality.

B-rank = 10.

A-rank = 17,18,19,20. Again it really depends upon your quality. A-ranks are expected to be really good. They're quality mages.

S-rank = 30,35,40. This too depends on your quality and your skill usage. A person only punching a monster and killing it will most likely get 30. However if a S-rank mage uses intelligence and kills a monster using it, he may possibly get 35, or 40.

If the missions are done in a group their overall effect of reward is lowered. You won't get the same amount as said in the thread, rather low.

The RPOS will award the points in a thread. Admins will actually set them up for you.


Now coming to how many missions can you perform in a day. Well technically I'd love to go with the official anime system, but it would take a hell load of time for players to actually get any amount of certain points. So:

D-rank missions can be 3-4 times per day depending on the rank of mage. D-rank mage can perform them 3 times. The rest can perform them 4 times.

C-rank missions will take 1 day for you and so you can complete 2 missions per day.

B-rank missions will take one complete day. And so only one mission can be performed.

A-rank missions take 3 days for you according to the FTO timeline. Not in real life, and so one mission can be performed in three days.

S-rank missions take 5 days for you according to the FTO timeline. So only one mission can be done in five days. It is up to you how long you take to complete a mission, you will not be able to finish a mission in less than five days.


Aside of this, D-rank missions can be done when you finish your higher ranked missions. However the limit of how many missions you can perform still remains intact. So for example I do a S-rank mission, I can still complete 4 D-ranked missions, however without any group. Once completed you will have to wait five days s per said for S-ranked missions. Once five days are over you can continue doing C, B, A, S or even the stronger missions.

The length of the missions will be as follows:

Length of the missions:


  1. A D-rank mission can be completed by the players. 500 word count is necessary. Success rate is as follows: D-rank 80/100. C-rank 90/100. B-rank 95/100. A-rank 98/100. S-rank 100/100.
  2. A C-rank mission can be completed by players. 1,000 word count is necessary.Success rate is as follows: D-rank 50/100. C-rank 80/100. B-rank 90/100. A-rank 95/100. S-rank 99/100.
  3. A B-rank mission can be completed by players. 1,500 word count is necessary in total. Success rate is as follows: D-rank for 20/100. C-rank 50/100. B-rank 80/100. S-rank 98/100.
  4. A A-rank mission can be completed by players. 2,000 word count is necessary in total. The success rate of this mission depends upon the rank of your mage. If he/she is B-rank than it would be 50/50. For A, it would be 80/100. For s-rank it would be 95/100.
  5. A S-rank mission can be completed by players. 3,000 word count is necessary in total. Success rate is as follows: B rank, 20/100. A rank, 50/100. S-rank 80/100. (The success rate written is for solo. Your success rate increases with people of higher ranks or lower ranks in your group)


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When taking up a mission you are to write whether this mission is private or not. If it is not private anyone from any guild attempting the same mission can arrive at that place and attempt it with you. So be wary of how you write things.

[Closed] = This is closed now, no role-play can occur now. Write this when you have completed a mission or role-play.

[Private] = This is for a person(s) who has listed their name of a particular mission or role-play. Besides them no one can enter.

[Open] = This is open for all and anyone can enter this mission or role-play so long as they are in the same city.


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Re: Starting and Progressing System

Post by Itazuki on January 15th 2016, 12:49 am

Updated the general info regarding missions. They're written as [NEW].

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Re: Starting and Progressing System

Post by Itazuki on February 4th 2016, 11:33 pm

The progression part in the first post has been slightly updated. Now a mage can only perform missions of their own ranks or below unless the guild master approves or so.

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