Updated data to Seven Secret of Empire
- 1 About Servitors
- 2 Controllable Servitors
- 3 Types of Servitorsг
General information about Servitors
Some classes in Lineage II have a unique ability to summon special creatures to help — servitors. To summon a servitor, you need a certain amount of crystals of the corresponding grade or Spirit Ore. Some servitors consume them during their life. Servitors let players simplify their hunting process and also give advantage in battles against other players.
Types of Servitors
All summoned creatures can be divided into 2 types: those who can be controlled and those who cannot.
To some extent, the creatures who obey their masters are more useful as players can control them — to specify their attack target, in less lucky moments to make them retreat, or, if necessary, to make them use their special skills. However, a player cannot have more than one creature of the kind. To summon another one, you need to get rid of the one you already have.
The creatures which cannot be controlled, always act on their own accord. It’s up to them to choose the time to attack or to use their skills. Cubics belong to this very type. Cubics are unique artifacts which serve their summoner and either debuff the opponent or support their master and the party. The players who have special skills can have up to three Cubics at once, while other classes can have just one.
Controllable servitors can be summoned only by those who have the following professions, like Warlock, Elemental Summoner, Phantom Summoner, Necromancer, Dark Avenger and Warsmith, while Cubes can be summoned by most of the classes.
Items required for summoning
In either event, all servitors consume crystals or Spirit Ore, depending on their summoner’s class. The level your summoning skill level is, the more items you’ll need.
Servitors consuming crystals need different types of them - the stronger your creature is, the more expensive are the crystals it consumes. You can see the type and the amount of crystals/Spirit Ore required to summon a servitor by pointing your mouse over the icon of a skill.
- To be activated, Beast Soulshots/Spiritshots should be placed into your inventory.
All Beast Soulshots and Spiritshots are used automatically from your inventory when you log in. When automatic usage is active, the shot icon on the bar is shining, and the icon is darkened. You can cancel automatic usage by right-clicking the shots bar. By left-clicking you can open an extra window to choose other shots to use, if your character has them in the inventory.
- Automatic usage doesn't cancel if your character dies or teleports to Olympiad.
- If you have Beast Soulshots and Spiritshots and Blessed Beast Soulshots and Spiritshots in your inventory, the blessed one will be used.
- Beast Soulshots and Spiritshots bar is hidden by default if no servitors are summoned.
- Beast Soulshots and Spiritshots can be purchased from Grocers: Helvetia in the Town of Giran, Holly in the Town of Aden or Chortie in the safe room of Devil's Isle. They can also be summoned with the special Summon Spiritshots / Summon Soulshots skills: (available to such classes as: Warlock, Elemental Summoner, Phantom Summoner and their third classes).
Can be summoned by different classes, but only those who have special professions can summon really strong and tough creatures.
A servitor is summoned and stays by your side until it's killed. If you have a summoned servitor before leaving the game, you'll have it summoned next time you log in.
If you double-click the servitor you control, its interface window will open. Use can use it to get info about all characteristics of this creature. You can also use different commands, like Change Movement Mode, Attack, Stop, Unsummon and Move. Besides, in the servitor window you can see all the special skill of the servitor which you can use.
Servitors can't pick up items, they can't use weapon or armor.
Types of Servitorsг
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Classes: Arcana Lord
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Classes: Phantom Summoner, Spectral Master
Classes: Spectral Master
Classes: Necromancer, Soultaker
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Classes: Dark Avenger, Hell Knight
Uncontrolled Servitors are also called Cubics. They can be summoned by Temple Knights, Shillien Knights, Warlocks, Elemental Summoners и Phantom Summoners, and their respective 3rd classes. Cubics help their masters during hunting and battles with other players. To summon a Cubic, you need to have a respective skill and the necessary amount of the required crystals.
Types of Cubics
Each Cubic has its own unique ability to impact the summoner, the party or the enemies.
|Uses wind energy to damage one opponent|
Have a unique ability to paralyze the enemy
|Uses water magic that inflicts continuous damage to the enemy|
Uses magic to regenerate HP to its owne
|Has negative impact on opponents, reducing their P. Atk, P. Def. and Atk. Speed|
Uses magic that makes the enemy shocked.
|Uses wind energy to damage one opponent|
Can continuously use hate and hold magic on the enemy
Uses magic to regenerate HP to its owner
|Uses black magic to take away opponent’s HP and transfer it to its master|
Has negative impact on opponents, reducing their P. Atk, P. Def. and Atk. Speed
Uses magic that poisons a targeted enemy
If your character doesn’t have the Cubic Mastery skill, you can use only one cubic at a time. If you have lvl 1 of this skill, you can control 2 cubics, and 3 cubics for lvl 2, respectively.
General information about Cubics
- Cubics can be summoned for 15 minutes, and they follow their masters closely.
- Cubics cannot be controlled by their masters with interface windows or whatever of the kind, they always act on their own.
- You can use Cubics even if you’ve summoned a Servitor.
- Cubics target the same enemy as you. They can be dispersed with special skills.
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