Esgrima 2 adalah sequel dari esgrima online yang sebelumnya pernah booming di kongregate, tapi kemudian developmentnya dihentikan karena developernya kehilangan script dari game tersebut. di dalam game ini terdapat fitur-fitur seperti mining,pvp,gold shop ( item mall ga terlalu berpengaruh ke permainan ) tapi untuk membuat guild memerlukan gold sejumlah 50 gold, craft, echant, dll.
So, you want to get started. At the time of writing (January 3), there are four starting classes:
Warrior: Light armor class that can deal and take some damage. Fairly balanced playstyle, probably easiest solo.
Musketeer: Coat class that shoots several times in an attack. Can do high burst damage on both mobs and bosses.
Cleric: Dress class that plays the healer role in difficult battles. Very squishy, and needs to be a back row player in serious boss battles.
Fire Mage: Suit class that specializes in an Area-of-Effect skillset. Very effective at farming mobs, moderately useful at bosses.
There are also two classes initially locked:
Berserker: Light armor class with a huge greatsword to deal damage. Unlocked by earning 1300 Reputation.
Guardian: Heavy armor class that can tank very effectively. Unlocked by finishing the Guardian quest chain in Port Ville.
A quick explanation of stats
Strength: Physical attack power.
Endurance: Maximum HP.
Wisdom: Maximum Mana.
Luck: Crit rates.
Intelligence: Magical attack power.
You have two character slots initially, with the option to purchase more for premium currency (Gold). Only one character can be played at a time and each has separate inventories, but the warehouse (possibly) is a shared storage space among all your characters.
During battle, each combatant takes their turn in order. All living players get a chance to act, starting from the top left and moving in sequence towards the bottom right. When it is your turn, click on any part of an enemy and a menu will pop up. The sword icon uses your standard attack against this enemy, while the flame symbol opens up your skill list.
Once each player has had a turn, each living enemy takes a turn to attack. Bosses may use a few skills of their own, so be prepared for anything when fighting one.
When an enemy is defeated, you will gain some denars, and you might get exp or loot drops depending on the enemy (anything 5 or more levels below you gives 0 exp). As far as I know, loot drops are rolled for each player separately, so being in a group will not lower your chances of finding something.
Spoiler for Player Interaction:
When in town, you may interact with other players in a few different ways.
First, and perhaps most obviously, there is a chatbox in which you can send public messages to everybody else in the same town area. As far as I know there are no private/whisper functions as of yet.
Second, you can right-click other players to bring up a list of actions:
Add Friend: Fairly self explanatory. Your friends list can be found in the top right. View Shop: This is how players can trade with one another. If you put items from your inventory into your Shop and set the price, other players can then buy those items from you for denars. View/Invite to Guild: You can view this player’s current guild, or if they are guildless you can invite them to yours (provided you have the required rank to do so).
About guilds: Guilds can be created with premium currency (50 gold, to be exact). Guilds have a dedicated chat channel displayed in a separate “Guild” tab on the chatbox. Ranks are simple, and take the following form:
Leader: Has all the power. Officer: Has nearly as much power as the Leader. Member: Basic member. Recruit: A fresh recruit, likely lacks any powers.
My knowledge is a bit limited as to further specifics. However, guilds can compete in guild wars, and attain a higher guild level by doing well in PvP battles in these wars.
Spoiler for Mining:
All players will have the ability to mine ores at special mining nodes on the world map. The Mining Skill allows you to mine at these places — it is unknown for certain whether the skill does anything to speed up your rate of mining, but it does not appear to do so.
Every so often, a rare rock may spawn in a mine; a red notification will appear in chat. To be able to mine the valuable rare ores from this rock, your character must be standing next to the red rock while mining. Rare ores require one extra level of mining over what is needed to mine the common ores of that mining location.
Ores to be found in each mine are as follows:
Common (requires level 0/5 mining)
Rock Dolomite Iron Ore Copper Antimony Shiny Antimony Nephrit