[WIP] Phantom Worlds RPG Game Guide

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[WIP] Phantom Worlds RPG Game Guide

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This is a very WIP gameplay guide for Phantom Worlds RPG. This will be edited and probably reorganized many times before it's done.

Table of Contents – [TTOC]
Use your browser's search function for the [TAG] to go to that part of the guide.

[TTOC]--------Table of Contents
[WMNG]---------------Wall Mining
[LVLG]-----------Leveling, Remorting, and Rank Points
[DNGE]-----------Dungeon Progression
[WEPN]----------Weapons List
[SLSH]-----------------Slashing Weapons
[BLDG]-----------------Bludgeoning Weapons
[PIRC]------------------Piercing Weapons
[ARCW]----------------Archery Weapons
[OTWE]----------------Other Weapons
Introduction & Tips

Hello and welcome to Phantom Worlds RPG. Phantom, lead developer of this RPG, has created what stands as one of many variants of the well-known RPG mod for Starsiege: Tribes. As of this writing in August 2015, phantom’s server is the only RPG server seeing active development. Whether you’re here because you were directed here by someone in-game or happened to stumble upon it before taking the dive into TRPG, I hope you’ll find the info contained herein useful. Tribes RPG isn’t known for having an easy learning curve. This guide exists to help you, the reader, overcome that learning curve.

This section is filled with assorted gameplay tips and tricks. For more in-depth info on specific aspects of Phantom RPG, refer to the table of contents above to find what you’re looking for.

:: The #set Command
One of the more important improvement Phantom has made to Tribes RPG is the inclusion of the #set command. This allows you to set any of a given range of keys (hit “0” – that is, zero – to get a list of bindable buttons) to any other #command. For example, a useful one early on might be “#set c #use greater heal potion”, which means that every time you hit C you’re going to use a GHP. You caster types can also use #set for quick access to spells with, for example, “#set 1 #cast beam” which will cause the 1 key to cast the beam spell. Another possible use is to #set the numpad keys to specific locations to travel to for the transport spell. As an example, I use “#set numpad1 #cast transport Limbo” to go to Limbo with one button press.

:: The “Transport” Spell
One of the hallmarks of the Tribes series of games is huge maps. Phantom RPG leverages this to its fullest extent, yielding not one but four massive maps or “worlds” within one server / playspace. As a result, getting around is a matter of taking the right boats or knowing where to run. The latter method travel can swiftly become very tedious. The “transport” spell is a godsend. With the syntax “#cast transport ZONE”, the ZONE field can be replaced with the name of any zone you know of. You’ll be teleported there after a brief cast period. Requiring 200 Neutral Casting, not every class can access this spell early or easily. Fighter classes in particular really struggle to get access to transport within the first few remorts. If you’re someone easily dissuaded by long walks over terrain, make sure you pick a class with a Neutral Casting multiplier of 1.0 or higher (see the “classes” section below).

:: Potion Tanking
Unless you happen to be playing a strong divine casting class (see the “Classes” section below), your primary method of healing any damage taken will be with potions. At present, the only store-buyable potions for this purpose are Heal Potion and Greater Heal Potion.

Potions are heavy (3 wt per standard heal potion) and you’re probably going to chew through them quickly. Get used to hitting a merchant to buy between 25 and 100 at a time for your next trip to a dungeon. You’ll quickly outgrow Heal Potion; Greater Heal Potion will be your bread and butter. At 5 weight per GHP, your Weight Cap skill needs to be raised on a regular basis unless you really enjoy taking trips back to town. Remember to use the #set command for easy access to your potions. For example: #set c #use Greater Heal Potion … will cause you to use a GHP every time you hit C.

There are a variety of items besides these two potions that can restore considerably larger amounts of HP, but they require either farming or crafting. Examples include but are not limited to Restoration Potion, Maple Syrup, and Uber Burger.

:: Falling Damage
Those of you who are familiar with other TRPG variants may have encountered TRPG’s rather brutal falling damage once or twice, particularly in Traveler’s Den. Phantom has nerfed falling damage considerably. If you fall off of Traveler’s Den or get blown off by a wind caster and have a decent amount of HP (something like Boots of Gliding to slow your fall are a big plus), there’s a good chance you’ll survive.

For traveling and exploring purposes, note that horses incur no falling damage at all while you’re on them. Horses can be rented at the NPC standing right outside the Keldrin Town front gate.

Skills – [SKLL]

All skills in Tribes RPG have a multiplier associated with them. This multiplier ranges from 0.1 to 2.0 depending on the class you choose and will determine how much of that skill you’ll get per SP spent. SP refers to Skill Points, which you gain every time you level. Spend them wisely and avoid trying to raise anything that your class is very bad at. Play to your class’ strengths.

----Melee Skills

Best Class(es): Fighter, Lumberjack, Druid
Special Ability: Pressing attack (LMB) and “use” (default T) at the same time gives you a chance to briefly knock the weapon of your target away.

The Slashing skill determines your access to and effectiveness with Slashing weapons. See the Slashing section below for a list of such weapons.

Best Class(es): Thief, Bard
Special Ability: If you #hide and attack your enemy with a piercing weapon, your Backstabbing skill is checked for a chance to deal significant extra damage.

The Piercing skill determines your access to and effectiveness with Piercing weapons. See the Piercing section below for a list of such weapons.

Best Class(es): Fighter, Cleric, Necromancer
Special Ability: By pressing attack (LMB) and the “use” key (default T) simultaneously, you have a chance to deal extra damage and knock your enemy back.

The Bludgeoning skill determines your access to and effectiveness with Bludgeoning weapons. See the Bludgeoning section below for a list of such weapons.

Best Class(es): Ranger, Thief

The Archery skill determines your access to and effectiveness with Bludgeoning weapons. See the Archery section below for a list of such weapons. Archery weapons require ammunition and different weapons can only use a specific set of arrows or quarrels. Low-level arrows can be crafted from the wood harvested from trees via Wood Chopping.

Used by Bludgeoning weapons. This is triggered either by the #bash command prior to attacking or by hitting attack (LMB) and “use” (default T) at the same time. Deals extra damage if successful. Bashing requires a 600 Bashing skill (unconfirmed).

Used by Piercing weapons. This is triggered if you’re behind an enemy, wielding a Piercing weapon, and using #hide.

----Defensive Skills

--Weight Capacity

----Misc. Skills

--Sense Heading
--Wood Chopping

----Offensive Magic Skills

Necromancy, Wind, Fire, Ice, Earth, and Lightning magics.

Buy a spell book from the Keldrin Town merchant and “use” it via your inventory to view lists of spells for all schools.

----Other Magic Skills

--Divine and Neutral magics
--Spell Resistance

Buy a spell book from the Keldrin Town merchant and “use” it via your inventory to view lists of spells for all schools.

Classes – [CLSS]

Classes in Phantom RPG determine your starting skill multipliers and whether you have access to a few special abilities. With the remort system (see table of contents), classes ultimately end up the same aside from those special abilities.

----Priests *** Very newbie-friendly category

As this is the most newbie-friendly class category, the descriptions are geared more toward a newer player.

Special Ability: Clerics can use healing spells offensively against undead monsters and deal very large amounts of damage in the process. They also have access to the powerful Bless spell, which is a combination heal and shield.

Clerics are masters of Divine Magic and Healing and have strong Bludgeoning, Spell Resist, Energy, and Neutral Casting multipliers.

After the druid, the cleric is arguably the strongest newbie class. The cleric has an even distribution among the most important early-game skills: weapon (Bludgeoning in this case), Mining, Neutral Casting, Endurance, and Weight Cap. None of these multipliers are as strong as the druid equivalent (see below) except for Endurance. That said, a 2.0 Divine Magic multiplier means that the cleric can very easily run healing and shielding spells throughout the early game, mitigating the need for potion tanking and a reliance on armor for high DEF (as those shield spells increase DEF temporarily), whereas the druid suffers from a 0.7 Divine Magic multiplier and thus must rely more on potion tanking.

Druids are great at Dodging, Weight Cap, Hiding, Neutral Casting, and Mining. They’re very good at Slashing, Wood Cutting, Sense Heading, and Crafting.

The druid is your writer’s favorite newbie class. If you’re looking strictly for the easiest and most straightforward class to get your feet on the ground in TRPG, this is it. Everything you need is here: weapon (Slashing), Mining, Neutral Casting, and Weight Cap are all high multipliers. The druid’s greatest downside is a relatively bad but workable Endurance multiplier of 0.8. That means improving your HP and getting access to better armor won’t come as easily as it will for some other classes, but the other pros outweigh this particular con. If for whatever reason you hate the idea of bearing a nature-loving title like “druid”, then the cleric (above) represents the next best choice.

Necromancers are great at Necromancy Magic, Energy, Healing, Bludgeoning, and Spell Resist. They’ve got terrible Weight Cap.

And I do mean terrible Weight Cap. At a 0.4 multiplier, the necromancer really struggles to hold more than the armor and weapon they need to survive. Aside from that, the necromancer has a skill distribution not dissimilar to the cleric – decent to strong where it counts in weapon (Bludgeoning here), Neutral Casting, Mining, and Endurance. The upshot is that a 1.7 Necromancy Magic multiplier gives easy access to the very useful Hex, Vorpal, and Curse spells. Hex and Curse debuff enemy DEF (meaning you deal more damage) and scale with skill. Vorpal is an all-around decent AOE damage spell that has the unique benefit of being castable while moving. The most challenging of the priest category, the necromancer is for the newbie who wants TRPG to go easy on them – but not too easy.


Special Ability: Thieves can steal from enemy NPCs by getting very close and hitting the “use” key (default T).

Thieves are very good at stealing, hiding, and backstabbing. They’re also strong in Piercing, Archery, and Haggling. Terrible at all magic.

Thieves are the classic trolling class of Tribes RPG. Their high stealing multiplier made them the top choice for those who wanted to #mug other players. In Phantom RPG, you can’t steal from a player that doesn’t have PVP enabled, so the real draws here are the ability to steal from AI (you won’t get anything that they wouldn’t otherwise drop when killed), Hiding (from both players and AI), and Haggling (get more for your items!).

Bards are great at Dodging, Healing, Endurance, Haggling, and Mining and also have strong multipliers in Hiding, Backstabbing, Crafting, Wood Chopping, and Piercing.

Bards are a relatively tanky class for the rogue archetype and a solid all-around choice for newer players if you don’t care much about magic. High Dodging makes you harder to hit, Endurance makes you tougher and gives you access to better armor, and Healing, though not effective in the early game, helps mitigate your reliance on potions for regaining lost HP. Mining and Haggling make a great money-making duo for the new player.



Special Ability: Paladins can use healing spells offensively against undead monsters and deal very large amounts of damage in the process.

Special Ability: Rangers may #sleep anywhere outside a dangerous zone.




Special Ability: Elementalists have access to the Weather spell, allowing them to make it rain, snow, or stop lightning, ice, and hail storms.

Mining – [MNNG]

Gem Mining Progression (obtained from crystal nodes)
Mining is the principle source of income for players of Phantom RPG and requires a Pick Axe or a Hammer Pick and access to a crystal mining node. If your class has a decent mining multiplier, it’s worth it to spend time before your first remort mining to get the gear that you’ll need for progression. If your class lacks a good mining multiplier, you’ll rely more on monster drops for money – a considerably smaller income. Keep this in mind if you’re still choosing on a class to play. The progression of gems mined from crystal nodes is as follows:

Small Rock, Granite, Opal, Jade, Turquoise, Topaz, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Diamond, Keldrinite*

* Requires extreme mining skill of 7000+

Wall Mining – [WMNG]
These items are obtained from the walls, floors, and ceilings of mines. These items are used strictly in crafting and are generally not worth selling. Skill works differently with wall mining. More skill means a higher chance of high-end materials like Mithril, but you'll still pull low-end items like Small Rock and Clay. This is therefore just a list of what you *can* get and not a progression from one side to the other, though high-end items are still quite rare at low skill.

Small Rock, Clay, Copper, Tin, Iron, Diere, Gold, Crystal, Mithril

Crafting – [CRFT]

Crafting is straightforward: Head to the anvil in Keldrin Town (same building as the merchant). Look at the anvil, hit your “use” key (default T), and if you have the materials, you'll see what you can make with your current smithing skill. To find out what you need to make a given item, search for it with #w.

Smithing takes quite a bit of SP investment, but the blacksmith (standing next to the anvil) has you covered. If you have the materials for a your desired item in your backpack, the blacksmith will offer you a plan for that item. The plan allows you to create the item with 10% of the normal smithing skill – e.g.: a Keldrinite Longsword takes 1500 smithing, but with the plan only requires 150. The price of the plan is roughly 10% of the value of the resulting item (look for the value with #w).

Leveling, Remorting, and Rank Points – [LVLG]

Leveling in Phantom RPG is straightforward. You need to accrue 1000 XP to advance to the next level. Reaching the next level grants you 25 SP to spend on any skill you choose. Leveling is a means to an end. Leveling is how we get to cast the mighty remort spell.

“Remorting” is the principle gameplay mechanic that gives Tribes RPG its considerable replayability. Upon reaching a certain character level, one may #cast remort. This resets your character to level 1 with the following benefits:

- All skill multipliers are increased by .1, thus making all of your skills just a little cheaper to raise.
- Your maximum per-level skill is increased by 10. For example, a character with no remorts may have a max skill of 131 at level 1, but an RL1 character may have up to 141 skill at level 1 and so on.
- You gain bonus HP and MP
- You gain 5 rank points (more info below)
- You receive 100 SP
- You gain access to zones and items requiring one or more remorts, such as Vendor Alley (zone) and the Lightfoot spell (#w this spell for more info).

There is no limit to how many remorts your character may have, but your required level to remort rises by 5 for every remort. A new character requires level 101 for the first remort, but an RL1 character requires level 106 and so on. The simple calculation is 101 + 5 * current remort level.

Rank points are stored in your character info sheet (press Tab, then 1). They have two uses:

- Every rank point stored on your character grants you 1% bonus XP on monster kills up to a 300% bonus (300 rank points).
- Perks. Hit Tab, then 2, then 5. You may spend 1 RP to add your current protected zone to your recall list, 70 RP to make your recall function instant, and 75 RP to gain an extra 50% mining speed. These are non-refundable, so weigh their benefit against that bonus XP.

Some quests grant RP as well. Arkemn’s quest, for example, awards 4 RP in addition to its item reward.

You may also cash in Trancephyte for 10 RP, 1500 XP, 25 SP, and some coins. Trancephyte is a quest item that you may collect for every five posts you make on these forums. Visit http://www.tribesrpg.org/trancepyte for more information.

Dungeon Progression – [DNGE]

This is an approximate leveling progression for the Keldrinia world. Exploring Norrath and Old Keldrinia for alternatives is currently up to you. There are many more dungeons beyond what’s listed here (those beyond Phen’s Temple generally requiring a very high level or many remorts). Which dungeon you can handle and when is up to your class, your playstyle, your gear, your number of remorts, and your level. Additionally, weigh how much XP you want to receive per kill versus how much you’re getting in your current dungeon. If you’re getting 80 – 100 XP per kill, it may be time to move on, but on the other hand you might not be capable of tackling that challenge yet. The level ranges provided are therefore just estimates.

Format: Zone :: Monsters to fight in order (rough level range, varies by class, gear, and remorts)

Lucan's Cellar :: Spiders (1-4)
Keldrin Mine :: Goblins (4-8), Gnolls (8-16)
Stronghold Yolanda :: Orcs (16-25)
Keldrin Mine :: Ogres (25-35) across the broken bridge; requires Cheetaur's Paws)
Ancient Crypt :: Zombies (35-45), Skeletons (45-50)
Elven Outpost :: Elves (50-60)
Traveller's Den :: Travelers (60-75)
Minotaur's Lair :: Minos (75-90)
Phen's Temple :: Fanatics (90-101, first remort level)

Be aware that caster monsters are generally far more dangerous than their melee counterparts. It’s pretty easy to get one-shot by a caster – if you hear a “charging up” sound from a caster and you don’t have a lot of spell resist and / or MDEF, start running. In some dungeons the casters can be mostly avoided. For example, Phen’s Temple has two rooms where mobs spawn. The left one spawns casters, the right spawns melee. Sticking to the right means almost never encountering a caster.

Houses – [HOSS]

Within Fort Ethren’s throne room is an NPC which will offer you membership in one of four houses when you're at least level 20. Venk, Antiva, Fenyar, and Temmin are the four houses available*. Some notes:

- Unlike most other RPG variants, being a member of a house does not mean that you may attack members of other houses at will. PVP mode still must be enabled for both parties.
- Killing a member of another house grants you 1 RP.
- You may change houses at any time, but it will cost you 2500 coins and all of your RP.

*If it matters to you, House Venk is the most heavily populated house as of this writing.

Casino – [CASO]

Got some coins to burn?
If you take the boat to Jaten from Delkin Port, you'll see a small house on the shore. Inside you'll find an NPC that will teleport you to the casino. Inside you'll find NPCs which will charge you 50,000 coins to spawn three packs containing a wide variety of potential rewards or detriments. You only get to pick one of the four and the other three will despawn.

Potential winnings:
-Knight's Shield, a good mid-range shield that can only be obtained here, as well as Heavenly Shield, a very high-end shield that's also exclusive to the casino.
-Small or large amounts of RP, LCK, coins, or XP
-A unique casino hat

Potential losses:
-Small or large amounts of RP, LCK, coins, or XP. Note that you can indeed be set to a large negative XP deficit if you play the casino at level 1.
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Reforging – [RFRG]
In the southern corner of Keldrin is a light brown door leading to an unoccupied house. Inside this house in the back room is a second door which will put you in front of a tent housing the Goblin Tinkerer, master of all things reforging.

Reforging allows you to spend a certain amount of coin (affected by haggling) to roll four special stats on a weapon:

ATK from -9% to +15%
Range from -9% to +15%
Speed from -4% to +10%
Crit from 0 to +5%

Each of these rolls independently – you could end up with a weapon that has two very negative and two very positive stats, for example. Smithed weapons automatically come with randomized reforge stats.

Unless you're wearing a Goblin Ring (rare drop from goblins in the mines), you'll need to wait 10 minutes before attempting to reforge the same weapon again. If money is tight, prioritize reforging weapons you know you'll use every remort (e.g.: Phens Sword, Slasher, and Keldrinite Longsword).

Weapons - [WEPN]
Below is a comprehensive and WIP list of weapons in Phantom RPG.

Note for the following purchase locations: Once you have RL1, Vendor Alley will sell anything you need (WIP - Phant hasn't updated the armor and weapon vendors to his new system yet).

[Skill] Name – Attack power, swing timer
Bought from :: Cost (Your Haggling skill will of course lower this number)

Double dash “—“ indicates a weapon outside the vanilla TRPG progression (in other words, sort of optional).

Slashing Weapons - [SLSH]

[None] Hatchet - 20 ATK, 1.6sec
Keldrin Town :: 193 coin

[20] Broadsword - 35 ATK, 1.6sec
Keldrin Town :: 1,531 coin

[60] War Axe - 70 ATK, 2.3sec
Jaten Outpost :: 5,732 coin

--[90] Goliath Sword – 50 ATK, 1.6sec
--Drop or crafted. Drops in Minotaur’s Lair.

[140] Longsword - 65 ATK, 1.6sec
Jaten Outpost :: 15,132 coin

--[220] Sharpened Bone Sword - 81 ATK, 1.8sec
--Crafted-only with 3 Damaged Sharpened Bone Sword. Drops in Ancient Crypt.

[300] Battle Axe - 144 ATK, 3sec
Fort Ethren :: 32,623 coin

--[310] Phens Sword - 99 ATK, 2sec
--Crafted-only with 3 Damaged Phens Sword. Drops in Phens Temple.

[620] Bastard Sword - 133 ATK, 2.3sec
Fort Ethren :: 61,615 coin

[768] Halberd - 176 ATK, 2.6sec
Fort Ethren :: 105,990 coin

[900] Claymore - 188 ATK, 2.5sec
Fort Ethren :: 171,770 coin

--[1120, RL1] Keldrinite Longsword - 265 ATK, 1sec
--Crafted-only, #w for recipe.

Bludgeoning Weapons – [BLDG]

[None] Club – 12 ATK, 1sec
Keldrin Town :: 193 coin

[20] Quarter Staff – 35 ATK, 1.6sec
Keldrin Town, Fort Ethren :: 1,531 coin

--[45] Bone Club – 34 ATK, 1.3sec
--Crafted-only. #w for recipe.

[60] Spiked Club – 30 ATK, 1sec
Keldrin Town :: 5,731 coin

[140] Mace – 78 ATK, 2sec
Jaten Outpost :: 15,131 coin

[300] Hammer Pick – 80 ATK, 1.6sec
Jaten Outpost :: 32,625 coin

--[450] Spiked Bone Club – 70 ATK, 1.3sec
--Crafted-only. #w for recipe.

[620] Long Staff – 114 ATK, 2sec
Fort Ethren :: 61,613 coin

[768] War Hammer – 146 ATK, 2.6sec
Fort Ethren :: 53,085 coin

[900] War Maul – 175 ATK, 2.3sec
Fort Ethren :: 170,090 coin

--[1100, RL1] Titanium Hammer – 215 ATK, 1.9sec
--Crafted-only. #w for recipe.

--[2000] Ultra Hammer – 540 ATK, 2sec
--Crafted-only. #w for recipe.

Piercing Weapons – [PIRC]

[None] Knife – 18 ATK, 1sec
Keldrin Town :: 865 coin

[60] Dagger – 23 ATK, 1sec
Keldrin Town :: 2,144 coin

[140] Short Sword – 50 ATK, 1.6sec
Jaten Outpost :: 5,732 coin

[280] Spear – 78 ATK, 2sec
Jaten Outpost :: 15,131 coin

[450] Gladius – 80 ATK, 1.6sec
Forth Ethren :: 32,625 coin

[620] Trident – 114 ATK, 2sec
Fort Ethren :: 61,613 coin

[768] Rapier – 110 ATK, 1.6sec
Fort Ethren :: 105,990 coin

[900] Awl Pike – 200 ATK, 2.6sec
Fort Ethren :: 170,090 coin

Archery Weapons – [RNGD]

Archery weapons are a special case in Tribes RPG. Not only are the weapons generally very expensive but they consume expensive ammo very quickly. Their damage output is huge, but be prepared to spend a lot of coin for that damage. Each weapon can only use a specific set of ammo (bolts or arrows).

[None] Sling – 11 ATK, 1.5sec
Ammo: Small Rocks
Keldrin Town :: 31 coin

[25] Short Bow – 23 ATK, 1sec
Keldrin Town :: 2,144 coin

[160] Light Crossbow – 72 ATK, 2sec
Fort Ethren 11,253 coin

[318] Long Bow – 86 ATK, 1.6sec
Jaten Outpost :: 42,634 coin

[438] Composite Bow – 85 ATK, 1.3sec
Fort Ethren :: 93,224 coin

[550] Repeating Crossbow – 75 ATK, 1sec
Fort Ethren :: 170,088 coin

[685] Elven Bow – 89 ATK, 1sec
Jaten Outpost :: 320,378 coin

[925] Heavy Crossbow – 300 ATK, 2.6sec
Fort Ethren :: 762,454 coin

*****Other Weapons – [OTWE]

--[600 Dodging] Slasher - 70 ATK, 0.3sec (you read that right)
--Crafted-only with 3 Damaged Slasher. Drops in Thieve’s Guild (very high-level dungeon).

Armors – [ARMR]

Armors are the bread and butter sources of defense for most characters. They provide large amounts of DEF, solid bonuses to HP, and can be upgraded with runes (e.g.: Lightning Runes) for 100 MDEF each, up to 900 MDEF for each magic type. Armors (other than Keldrin Armor) don’t naturally provide MDEF.

[Requirements] = Endurance

[40] Leather Armor - 80 DEF, 7 HP

[95] Studded Leather Armor - 130 DEF, 9 HP

[135] Spiked Leather Armor - 180 DEF, 13 HP

[180] Hide Armour - 230 DEF, 18 HP

[240] Scale Mail - 280 DEF, 22 HP

[300] Brigandine Armour - 330 DEF, 28 HP

[350] Chain Mail - 380 DEF, 33 HP

[410] Ring Mail - 430 DEF, 38 HP

[490] Banded Mail - 480 DEF, 43 HP

[580] Splint Mail - 530 DEF, 47 HP

[660] Bronze Plate Mail - 580 DEF, 53 HP

[775] Plate Mail - 630 DEF, 58 HP

[840] Field Plate Armour - 680 DEF, 64 HP

[1065] Full Plate Armour - 780 DEF, 75 HP

--[1305] Keldrin Armor – 880 DEF, 110 HP, 350 to all MDEF
--Crafted-only, based on Full Plate Armor. #w for full recipe.

Shields – [SHLD]

Not yet ingame :: Basic Shield

Not yet ingame :: Ice Shield

[140 Endurance] Knight’s Shield – 250 DEF
Possible reward from pack gambling at the Casino (house outside of Jaten Outpost).

[715 Endurance] Dragon Shield – 540 DEF, 210 HP
Crafted with 3 Dragon Scales (Uber monster drop) and 2 Ruby.

[540 Endurance, 850 Energy] Heavenly Shield – 315 DEF, 635 to all MDEF
To the best of my knowledge, this is a casino-only drop.

Robes - [RBES]

Robes differ from armors in that they provide very strong MDEF, no DEF, a smaller amount of bonus HP, and some mana regeneration. Robes cannot be worn “over” regular armor.

[Requirements] = Energy

[8] Apprentice Robe
[80] Light Robe
[300] Blood Robe
[450] Advisor Robe
[800] Robe of Venjance
[980] Phen’s Robe

Rings, Accessories, Other Notable Items

Ring of Life
Ring of Xion
Ring of Shields
Arkemn's Ring
Norman's Ring
Goblin Ring

Spells – [SPLL]

This is a comprehensive list of spells. This list can be accessed ingame by purchasing a spellbook from the merchant in Keldrin Town and using that spellbook via your inventory. There’s no listed damage here as spells scale rather heavily with your relevant magic skill, but suffice it to say that later spells typically do more damage overall than earlier ones at a cost of higher mana and longer cast / recovery times.

Important: Unlike other TRPG variants, casting most spells will “disarm” you (you'll no longer be holding your weapon and need to switch back to it). This is due to an apparently unfixable bug related to the projectile system that spells in Phantom RPG now use.

#w any given spell ingame for more info.








Beam [0.3sec] [10sec]
If you’re comfortable with immediately swapping back to your weapon after spell disarm, this is a good bread and butter supplemental damage spell since it’s effectively instant cast. It’s also a beam of lightning, so cool points apply.



















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nice work, this will be very helpful :)

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