Albion Online Guides And Can Help You Leveling 2


3.2 Weight Limit

Another tip when gathering is to be cautious of the weight limit. In Albion Online, your character has a limit to how much you can carry. If you go over this limit, you will go very, very slow. This is extremely annoying. Your limit can be increased by crafting a bag, getting a mount which you can ride when you’re over encumbered with items.

If you want to learn more about resource in Albion Online, read this Complete Resources and Gathering Explanation article.

4. Crafting

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As previously mentioned, almost all weapons and armors in the game must be crafted. Crafting is very important to gaining new gear and also creating duplicates for later because in Albion, gear can break. But never fear, because if your fear does break, you can always repair it at the tool maker or at the repair station. Repair only cost of a little bit of silver.

When crafting, most of your gear gives you several choices to place spells on them. This is not a gear bow, these spells are abilities that you can use in combat. This is basically how the class system works. You can place different spells on items to fit your role in the game. For example, as a DPS ranger build, it is recommended to place the highest damaging spells on a bow instead of crowd control related spells. This way you can deal maximum damage and leave the crowd control to a tanker.

5. Combat and Fighting System

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Let’s talk a little bit about the combat and fighting system of Albion Online for tiers one through three. Well, it’s pretty simplistic from the beginning tiers because you’ll be soloing most of the time, and you’re going to be doing PvE instead of PvP. As a solo fighter, you don’t really have to do much except stand still and cast skills. Most of the difficulty and complexity in Albion’s combat comes in harder dungeons such as hellgates which normally require a team rather than a solo play.

The only tip for beginners not to bite off more than you can chew. You might think you’re pro and powerful but you cannot take more than three enemies at once most of the time.

5.1 Using a Higher Tier Equipment

In order to level up your fighting and be able to use better equipment, you also need to use the previous tier of equipment until you gain mastery of that tier. That allows you to use higher tier equipment and become more powerful.

6. Other Important Features

6.1 Silver

Main currency of the game is silver. Silver is key to repairing gear. They don’t drop from every mob. Mostly silvers only drop from humanoid-shaped mobs such as skeletons, bandits and other similar creatures. They are often hidden away in certain areas of each region or in dungeons. A tip to make more silver is to scour every region and locate the local silver font that you could go and form silver during your downtime.

6.2 Auction House and Bank

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In each major town, there are also several buildings that you should know what they are. The first of these is the market place of Auction House where you can make a lot of money. This place of commerce is not globally linked. So let’s say you try to sell something in the eastern crossing Auction House. Someone in the middle class will not be able to buy that item. The second building is the bank. Just like the market places, they are not globally linked. Don’t stash something in one place and expect it to be at a bank in another town. It does not work like that.

6.3 Land

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And finally, owning and maintaining a piece of land is also another key part of game but lots cost a lot, and they cost a lot to maintain. In certain areas, there is places where you can buy an offshore island. It’s a player personal island where you can build any buildings here, the same as a normal plot. You can build a farm on there, anything you want. And it costs no upkeep. However, it’s not on any actual land. It’s on your own instance and it just acts as a home for you to go to.


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