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Competition World Mirror

In the Arena, you can fight with or against other players without experience loss. You can also gain points for a title or for a weapon in the Heavenly Emperor's Sword Cup. Finally, you can set up Guild Wars here. The Arena can be accessed via Competition World Mirrors in Eversun City (X:244 Y:199), Darkdale (X:307 Y:246), Collington (X:321 Y:357) and Bigbeam City (X:76 Y:159). Players may also test their damage using the various Whetstone Lions in the area.

While any player may enter the Arena, they must be at least level 30 to participate in matches.

Battle TypesEdit

Battle Type Map Type Score Type Rules
Corridor Death Match Square Corridor A Points Two teams, points by defeating opponents. Most points wins.
Cosmic Cannon Battle Hill Arena B points Two teams, points by damaging opponent's Cosmic Cannon. First to score 100 points wins.
Reaping Competition Bunker Arena C points Two teams, win 1 point by killing opponent's Pupu, lose 2 points by killing own Pupu. -5 points for killing a chicken, 5 points for killing a Chestbeater.
Hill Death Match Hill Arena A points Two teams, points by defeating opponents. Most points wins.
Bunker Death Match Bunker Arena A points Two teams, points by defeating opponents. Most points wins.
Friendly Match Separated Arena D points Both teams are divided, must defeat four enemies (NPCs) to win, or quest fails. Points are deducted if match lasts for more than 31 minutes.
Doggy Wars Bunker Arena C points Two teams, win 1 point by killing opponent's Puppy, lose nothing for killing own Puppy. Win by most points.

NPCsEdit

Name X Y
Careers Advisor 115 155
Competition Host 109 158
Competition Host 121 151
Competition Host 133 157
Competition Merchant 128 155
Fight Attendant 125 174
Guild War Organizer 105 160
Guild Competition Organizer 141 159
Pet Shop Paula 136 159
Title Merchant 116 172

Arena titlesEdit

You can check your standings by visiting the Fight Attendant in the Arena (X:125 Y:174). The list below shows how many points of a fight type you must have to get the title. Unlocking a new title replaces the previous title.

Title Type A Type B Type C Type D
1 Raw Recruit 1 2 0 0
2 Soldier 3 4 0 0
3 Sergeant 7 8 0 0
4 Captain 15 18 8 0
5 Palace Guard 27 30 15 16
6 Captain of the Guard 46 50 25 26
7 Commander 77 80 41 41
8 Colonel 119 125 62 62
9 Brigadier 221 300 90 91
10 General 325 310 125 129
11 Field Marshall 400 370 175 178
12 God of War 550 500 240 242

Scoring SystemEdit

A, B and C MatchesEdit

The number of points is based on the team with the fewest participants at the end of the competition.

Participants Winning Team Losing Team
1 0 0
2 1 0
3 3 1
4 4 1
5 5 2
6+ 6 2


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D MatchesEdit

For D matches the point system depends on the time it takes to defeat all bosses. (depends on team size?) The team to finish first gets an extra point.

  • 6 Points for completion within first 30 minutes
  • 5 Points for within 40 minutes
  • 4 Points for within 50 minutes
  • 3 Points for within 60 minutes

MVPEdit

There is a bonus point given to a single player for meeting certain conditions in A, B, and C matches. This player is considered the MVP, or "Most Valuable Player" for the match.

  • In A matches, this is determined by who has the most player kills.
  • In B matches, this is determined by who died the most to Cosmic Cannons. Interestingly, this is called "MPV" instead, and has been more commonly dubbed as "Most Punished Victim" due to the condition of getting it.
  • In C matches, this is determined by who has the most monster kills.

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