Blessings

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Blessings grant unique skills and buffs that your character can unlock to be more effective in combat and life skills. To access Blessings you can select it from the main menu, found in the row that includes the various skill tabs, or by clicking or moving to Blessings on the top submenu when on any Skills tab.

You can only have one Blessing activated at s time. You cannot have both a Combat or a Livelihood blessing active at the same time. This means for gathering/harvesting of materials, fishing and taming to be more effective you will forego any combat blessing help, so be careful out there.

You can change out you Blessing any time you are at a Soulpyre or at an Altar of Physera.

Acquiring[edit | edit source]

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All Blessings start with a quest that will lead you through a chain of events. Completing the steps will unlock the Blessing.

You can track these quests with the quest log and tracker like any other quest.

When you make a new character and follow the main story quest you will acquire the Gift of Valor quests. All other combat blessings will become available, in the order listed on the UI, as you level and progress through the main quest.

Livelihood Blessings work differently in that they start with side quests at various points along your main quest journey. They can be sought out earlier if you can get a lower level character to the required location safely. For example, Touch of Paetion, the crafting blessing, starts in Sperios, with a trip through monsters up to the mid-20's in level to reach the quest giver.

Leveling[edit | edit source]

Each Blessing has its own Breath that can be used to level up the skills that belong to it. These follow a color coded sequence of gray, green, blue, purple, golden yellow for common to legendary. (need to verify it it goes further like gear can)

All skills will show what color of breath and how many are required for the next upgrade. Livelihood Blessings may start with higher tier breaths rather than starting at gray.

Combat Blessings[edit | edit source]

Combat Blessings Interface

There are four combat blessings available for all classes: however, the skills inside each blessing are different based on class.

These four Blessings are:

Gift of Valor[edit | edit source]

For as long as you can remember, you have experienced miraculous flashes of intuition and instinct during times of great danger. The priests of Telarion described this phenomenon as a "blessing": the memories of a long-dead hero magically gifted to a living recipient. How an orphaned child would come by such a thing, however, was just as much a mystery to them as you.

Mark of the Wolf[edit | edit source]

Wolves are nature's purest warriors. they are strong alone, but know the value of working with a pack-and as long as they have legs to run and fangs to bare, a wolf will never give up. To share the memories of a wolf is to truly understand the soul of a warrior.

The Lionheart[edit | edit source]

This blessing contains the memories of a legendary Navarran general. A veteran of countless battles, those with the bravery to keep fighting against all odds are still referred to by his name: "The Lionheart."

Unlock[edit | edit source]

Complete the quest Lionheart Legacy

The Crescent Moon[edit | edit source]

One of the twelve companions of the legendary Warrior King, Sir Igor of the Crescent Moon earned his name during the desperate battle following the Breaking. He single-handedly held a crucial pass in the Kannus Mountains against a horde of more than three hundred shadowspawn, laying waste to scores of murderous invaders by the light of a waxing moon.

Links to Class Details[edit | edit source]

Crusader

Berserker

Ranger

Mage

Priest

Livelihood Blessings[edit | edit source]

(requires further formatting, confirmation of max rank/level and how stats change as it is upgraded. Also would like to note stats at each rank in a table)

Touch of Lily'anthes[edit | edit source]

Lvl 5 (Max).

  • Green Thumb: Increases Gathering, Mining, and Logging +30%.
  • Plentiful Harvest: 20% chance to obtain additional items when Gathering, Mining, and Logging.
  • Breaths are acquired when Gathering, Mining, and Logging and a spirit of that type spawns. You must battle the spirit for the breath.

Touch of Paetion[edit | edit source]

Lvl 1

  • Veteran Skill: Increases Crafting XP gain +10%.
  • Unpredictable: Crafting consumables has a 5% chance to craft 1 additional item.
  • Material Recycling: Crafting consumables has a 5% chance to return some consumed materials.

Touch of Baraka[edit | edit source]

Lvl 5 (Max Lv.)

  • Kind Friend: Increases Capture Chance of all types of monsters +5%. Leveling up to the Max Lv. enables detection.

Touch of Syrania[edit | edit source]

Lvl 5 (Max Lv.)

  • Bait Casting: Fish take the bait 10% faster.
  • Thrill at Hand: Increases casting distance +5 m.
  • Fisherman's Sense: Increases tension +20.

Touch of Teleos[edit | edit source]

Lvl 5 (Max Lv.)

  • Sage's Knowledge: Increases Attack Power +5% for 30 sec when potions are used.
  • Regular Customer: 10% potion purchase discount. (Max Lv. 2)
  • Lucky Day: Defeating common monsters on the field has a certain chance of giving you additional 'Potion of Recovery.' Upgrading the effect gives you better potions.
  • Breaths are acquired through Daily Quest from Foy in the Golden Scales Inn in Sperios after you have leveled Alchemy and received an invite by mail.