Ceremony of Chaos

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Players level 76 or higher after third class transfer belonging to a clan level 3 or higher can take part in a new competition – Ceremony of Chaos. They can get Mysterious Marks as reward. You will find the rules, the rewards and other related information below.


The schedule and the requirements

Ceremony of Chaos schedule

The Ceremony of Chaos runs on a monthly cycle. It begins at midnight (server time) on the first day of the calendar month at 00:00, and ends on the last day at 24:00. Matches occur every 20 minutes for 5 hours every day, from 7:00 p.m. to midnight (server time). One player can tale part in 16 matches per day.

Requirements

To be eligible to take part in the Ceremony of Chaos, you need to meet the following requirements: belong to a clan that is level 3 or higher, be level 76 or higher and have completed your third class transfer. Dual Class and Subclass characters can participate if they meet the above requirements.

The process of the Ceremony of Chaos

The matches of the Ceremony of Chaos occur from 19:00 till 24:00. 0-5 minutes, 15-20 minutes and 40-45 minutes of each hour: invitations are sent.

Invitations appear on the interface and in the chat window.

Teleportation to Arena

5 / 25 / 45 minutes of each hour - the deadline to accept invitations to the Ceremony of Chaos. 10 / 30 / 50 minutes of each hour – the participants are teleported to the Arenas of the Ceremony of Chaos. After that you have 1 minute to get ready. There can be up to 18 participants on each Arena. You can see the Arenas below.

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First Arena Second Arena
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Third Arena Fourth Arena
  • If your character belongs to a party, it's excluded from it when teleported to the Ceremony.
  • Servitors and cubic summons remain, but pets are unsummoned.
  • The character’s HP, MP, and CP are fully recovered.
  • Skill reuse timers for all skills that have less than 15 minutes of cooldown time are reset.
  • Conditions that prevent a character from moving into the arena include the following:
    • Is inside an instanced dungeon
    • Has over 80% weight and volume in their inventory
    • Leaves the clan
    • Changes to a class that is below level 76 and has not passed their third class transfer
    • Is Chaotic
    • Possesses a Cursed Sword

Cancellation and penalties

  1. You can cancel your match registration within 7 minutes into the Registration Period.
    • If you cancel your registration after 7 minutes, a cancellation penalty is applied and you cannot take part in 1 match.
  • If you don’t meet the requirements after you’ve applied, you’re prohibited to take part in 1 competition.
      • inside an instanced dungeon
      • over 80% weight and volume in your inventory
      • if you leave your clan
      • you’ve changed to a class that is below level 76 and has not passed its third class transfer
      • you’re chaotic
      • you have a cursed weapon
    • If you’re offline (by choice, or by disconnect) after you’ve applied, you’re prohibited to take part in 1 competition.
    • If you press Quit before the match is over, you’re prohibited to take part in 1 competition.
    • If you’re offline (by choice, or by disconnect) before the competitions is over, you’re prohibited to take part in 1 competition.
    • If you have 30 penalties, you cannot take part in the Ceremony of Chaos.
      • The character with 30 penalties doesn’t get invitations to the Ceremony of Chaos.
      • The penalties accumulated during one period of the Ceremony of Chaos, are set to null when the next period begins.

Preparing to a match

  • Upon arrival, a character has 60 seconds to prepare for battle, during which time they can also read the pop-up guide about the Ceremony of Chaos.
  • Names of and references to other characters in an arena are all changed to Challenger with a number suffix—for example, Challenger 3—and all characters are flagged as enemies for PvP combat. All opposing characters’ clan and alliance information is hidden, and their ranking level is changed to Vagabond.
  • You cannot create a private shop or a workshop.

Competition process

There are 2 types of battles: PvP with players and PvE with mobs. 1-18 players can take part in each of them. You are placed in a match type and group number at random.

Upon arrival, a character has 60 seconds to prepare for battle, during which time they can also read the pop-up guide about the Ceremony of Chaos. The countdown timer is displayed. After the 60 seconds end, all participating characters become visible and the battle can begin.

When entering an arena, a character’s skill enchantment and transformation status (unless it’s a flying transformation) remains. Servitors and cubic summons remain, but pets are unsummoned. The character’s HP, MP, and CP are fully recovered. Skill reuse timers for all skills that have less than 15 minutes of cooldown time are reset. If a registered character is in a party, they will be removed from the party went they are sent to the arena.

Herb Boxes may drop at random in the arena during either type of battle. There’s a 100% chance to get a HP Recovery Herb and some chance to get a Power Herb.

  • HP Recovery Herb: Recovers 5,000 HP. If there is extra recovered HP left over after a character’s HP is fully restored by this herb, the remaining amount recovers CP
  • Power Herb: Increases P. Atk. by 100% and M. Atk. by 400% for 30 seconds

Herb Boxes drop at random in the arena during either type of battle, the schedule is as follows:

  • 20 seconds after the start of the match - 5 items (lifetime: 5 min. 40 sec.)
  • 2 minutes after the start of the match - 3 items (lifetime: 4 min.)
  • 4 minutes after the start of the match - 1 item (lifetime: 2 min.)

Inside a Ceremony of Chaos arena, the following restrictions apply:

  • All functions that aid in the identity recognition of another character are made neutral or hidden:
    • Names of and references to other characters in an arena are all changed to Challenger with a number suffix—for example, Challenger 3—and all characters are flagged as enemies for PvP combat.
    • The character’s name color also appears neutral
    • All opposing characters’ clan and alliance information is hidden, and their ranking level is changed to Vagabond.
  • Characters that are in the same clan cannot cast beneficial ranged spells, like Tree of Life or Iss Enchanter Melodies, on each other.
  • Chatting, private shop, workshop, friend invites, and other interactive actions are unavailable.
  • Character return and summon skills are not available.
  • Consumable scrolls and potions can be used.
  • XP is not lost upon death.
  • A character can receive two items either from monsters in the Ceremony of Chaos, or by exchange Mysterious Marks to the Mysterious Butler NPC. These items can only be used while in a Ceremony of Chaos battle.
Item Description
Mysterious Power Mysterious Power Item that can only be used in the Ceremony of Chaos Arena. Your MP and CP are all reduced to 1 but 1/ 3 of your HP is maintained. Has a 50% chance of inflicting a lethal strike on the target.
Mysterious Shadow Mysterious Shadow Item that can only be used in the Ceremony of Chaos Arena. Upon use, becomes hidden and decreases Speed by 30%.


Determining winners

  • If entering an arena alone in PvP version, you are immediately declared a winner.
  • If entering the PvE version, you win after defeating five NPC monsters. If you are killed by the monsters, or do not attack the monsters until the match ends, you lose the match.
  • If two or more characters enter an arena (no matter which version), the last character alive, or the one that scores the most kills over 6 minutes is declared the winner. If killed by a NPC or another character, you lose the match. If two or more characters survive the match but none are singled out as an obvious winner, a tie is declared.
  • If killed, you cannot be resurrected. You can watch the rest of the match as a viewer until the match is over and you are moved out of the arena at the end of the match.

Rewards

The participants get various rewards:

Buffs

Name Description Receiver
Mysterious Herb of Power Ability given to participants in the Ceremony of Chaos. Increases P. Atk. By 100%. Duration: 5 min. The winner, the loser, the last survivor
Mysterious Herb of Magic Ability given to participants in the Ceremony of Chaos. Increases M. Atk. By 400%. Duration: 5 min. The winner, the loser, the last survivor
Mysterious Vitality Recovery Ability given to participants in the Ceremony of Chaos. Replenishes Vitality when XP is gained through hunting. Duration: 5 min. The winner, the last survivor

Rewards to the winner

After a winner is announced in either battle version, 1 to 5 Mysterious Boxes appear at random in the arena. Only the Match Winner character can open these boxes to claim the rewards inside. Contents include:

Rewards for winning the Ceremony of Chaos

True Hero reward

The character obtains the most Mysterious Marks that month is declared as a True Hero when the monthly cycle ends. The declaration is made as a server-wide announcement in the chat window. Spending Mysterious Marks for items before the month is over does not affect the count of how many one obtains. There can only be one True Hero character per server per month: if the highest count of Mysterious Marks obtain is tied between two or more characters, no True Hero winner is declared. The number of Mysterious Marks you collect during a Ceremony of Chaos cycle can be checked by using the /ceremonyofchaos command in the chat window. A character that has True Hero status can obtain exclusive buffs and items from the Mysterious Butler NPC:


Item Description P. Def. M. Def.
Mysterious Belt Mysterious Belt Grade S.gif Item acquired after winning the Ceremony of Chaos Tournament in the Mysterious Mansion. When equipped, increases Max HP, MP, and CP by 500, PvP damage by 6%, and Damage Reflect Resistance by 5%. Decreases damage received during PvP by 7%. 50 0
Ruler's Authority Ruler's Authority Grade R.gif Item given to the winner of the Ceremony of Chaos that takes place in the Mysterious Mansion. When equipped, Max HP, MP, and CP +1000, weight +25600, and damage +8%. Received damage -9% and Damage Reflect Resistance -5%. Number of inventory slots +36, and Attribute Resistance +15. 50 0
  • Репутация клана.jpg 5,000 reputation points
  • Fame.jpg 5,000 fame

Best Clan reward

The clan of the True Hero character receives a special buff from the Mysterious Butler NPC:

  • Skill 15109.jpg Ruler's Blessing - Increases sleep, bleed, shock, poison, and hold attack bonus by 30.

Ruler’s Consideration

The character that accumulates the most PKs in the match but does not win receives this prize:


Item Description
Ruler's Consideration Ruler's Consideration A pouch given to those who fought bravely in the Ceremony of Chaos but were unable to succeed. When Double Clicked, a Victory or Scroll: Enchant Weapon (R-grade) can be obtained.


Consolation Prize

Even then losers get prizes. If you are defeated during the match, you receive 2 Mysterious Marks as a participation reward once the match ends. Be sure to stay until the match ends, however; if you leave prematurely you will not receive the reward.

Mysterious Marks

The participants of the Ceremony of Chaos get Mysterious Marks as reward, Such marks can be further exchanged for the items which are useful during the Ceremony, you can also buy items to level up your clan or accessories which had been available for Territory Badges. Mysterious Butler NPCs are located in every township near Olympiad Managers. They sell items for Myrterious Marks.

Items for clans and the Ceremony of Chaos

Item Cost
Mysterious Power Mysterious Power Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 2 pcs.
Mysterious Shadow Mysterious Shadow Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 2 pcs.


Accessories

Item Cost
Mysterious Ring Mysterious Ring Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 200 pcs.


Shirts


Belts


Belt-related items


Other

Item Cost
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Aden Blessed Scroll of Escape: Aden Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Dion Blessed Scroll of Escape: Dion Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Giran Blessed Scroll of Escape: Giran Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Gludio Blessed Scroll of Escape: Gludio Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Goddard Blessed Scroll of Escape: Goddard Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Innadril Blessed Scroll of Escape: Innadril Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Oren Blessed Scroll of Escape: Oren Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Rune Blessed Scroll of Escape: Rune Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.
Blessed Scroll of Escape: Schuttgart Blessed Scroll of Escape: Schuttgart Adena 250,000 adena
Mark of Battle Mark of Battle  — 5 pcs.



Ceremony of Chaos – Related Pages
Clans: ClanAlliancesCastle SiegesTerritory BattlesFortressesClan Halls
Competitions: SubclassesNoblesseGrand OlympiadHeroes
Other: FishingGathering Star Stones and Element CrystalsCraft ItemsRecipesAuctionCursed WeaponsSoulshots and SpiritshotsAttribute SystemItem EnchantingAuction HouseItem AugmentationSpecial Abilities