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Chronicles of Elyria and Parabellum
Is it pay to win?
You can lose everything you buy and no cash shop at launch.
Kingdom: Kairos "Solaris Confederation"
Duchy: Cremoria Duke: Cyneric
County: Evendusk Count: Cath Evendusk
The Town - Parabellum
Link to server map:
*What is The Solaris Confederation?
The Duke's of Creamoria, Seraphim, Galladorn, and Acrium placed together in the Kingdom of Karios. Then declared independence from Kairos.
The map of The Solaris Confederation and what is left of Kairos:
*Is Parabellum apart of the Solaris Confederation?
Yes! Parabellum is placed directly on a border. Tasked with protecting and defending. No rules when you cross that line.
It has access to multiple kingdoms and our Duchy is one of the ones who declared independence. It will offer more pvp options . It allows access to more than one Kingdom and ocean access. It also allows success to more resource. Less rules and more freedom. More options as far types of resources. A like minded count, and Duke.
*Can I see where parabellum is on the map?
Please note this will be updated when all the names change in about a week for claimed property.
Directions: Click luna
click Kairos then to the right lower on the tab: click look inside
click cremoria again click look inside
click Tellar barrows again click look inside
look for the Town of Redvalor aka Parabellum
I should add here: That this is where numbers come into play. A certain amount of people will make it high sustainability (Blue) . This is where you would need to increase sustain through trade and other routes like developing land that is there that has not been developed and ( killing, stealing, etc) to add more people and to keep it out of the orange that it shows. . Again if there is need we can talk numbers, its pretty high.
There is a Well (water), Tavern, and Town hall already in place and those are things that would not need to worry about getting.
* Land is bought, can it be taken and destroyed
All in-game items are destructible, and land and titles can be lost through gameplay
*Do i need to buy land
No! There is enough land , for anyone who wants it to get it. Room can be made for more. But that would mean truly developing the new parcels, or if we increase our sustain through trade and other routes ( killing, stealing, etc). So it can potentially support more. But with a lot of hard work. Parabellum actually has more land than that of a normal one. We can talk numbers later.
However if you would like to own land, you can use your ep to buy land around and within the town
*Can I buy land?
You don't need it. There is enough room for everyone. And you cant just place anywhere you would like on the map. without consequences. The travel time between towns takes quite a bit of time, and resources. The world is massive. The more you have working toward one goal, such as resources, building the town, skills and defense. The better off you will be.
*Will i have to pay for land
NO, It does have to be rented. But the price is set by the mayor. It should be almost nothing. But if your not using it, you will lose it. You can just rent a spot in town and put up a building instead. Start a business
*What races can I chose from: To’resk, Janoa, and Dras. Other races to mix with as they make there way to our area. Janoa is the known warrior race. You can cross breed.
*I am interested in the game and would like to take an active part.
There are to many roles to list. But some examples are:
Fishermann Hunter Priest Livestock Keeper Furrier Constable Soldier Physician Fishmonger Grocer Performer Hunter Diplomat Fishermann Tanner Fishmonger Merchant Animal Trainer Furrier Spy Bee Keeper
These professions are already in the town:
Quarrier Soldier Miner Fisherman Priest
Diplomat Dungeoneer Engineer Trader Merchant
There are some items in inventory that will handed out to certain roles. There is also a tavern already in place for a tavern keeper.
These professions are in the county:
Soldier Constable Woodworker Tailor
Woodworker Hunter Investigator
Astronomer Tanner Builder Carver
Performer Spy Investigator scout
Mason Chandler Brightsmith
Dungeoneer Stationer Blacksmith Jeweler
Quartermaster Blacksmith Artist Tinker
Constable Performer Officer Trader
Sailor Archer Landlord Interpreter Boatmann
*Will Parabellum have ocean access when its added?
There is a small travel window to the seaside town. But yes we have a port city in the county. Yes you can use it at anytime and you will be in touch with Soul who owns it. He has a strong pvp mindset. But don't forget someone has to learn it and study it. Only coastal access at launch, which will be good for trading. Once the ocean is in you can discover new islands, races, and places.
But good to remember , if you die at sea. Its perma death. Your not Jesus and you can not walk on water.
*Can I join the Duchy Discord?
Yes and highly suggested. Cyneric will answer any questions you have about the game.
Can I join the Solaris Confederation Discord?
*How can I help the town ?
There are a few ways. Go here https://chroniclesofelyria.com/ and visit store.
Using the friend code is very important: 7AF07D or Kinnic
Buy a 10.00 villager token donate
Buy a 10.00 gift card donate or EP
Use the Parabellum friend code when you buy something 7AF07D
All of it goes to Ep and The Town. EP Helps bring in more Teaching NPCs , so that they can pick up different types of class training. Like Spy, etc that is not already in the town..
The gift cards would be used to purchase Ep.
*Misc things you should know about the game
No it is not tab target, its action style combat. yes there will be arenas in game where you can joust, among other things. It is not clear yet whether the different races will have different hit boxes.
So of big things to know about the game is that characters can and do perma die, which means that when they do all skills reset to 0 but you gain skill ramps up to the level you left off at. So if you perma died at level 50/100 swords on your next life you might get a x2 xp skill ramp in swords. The higher level you are, the less it takes for you to perma die. Levels add variety and not power so deciding to upgrade a skill is an actual choice on how much risk you want to take for that variety.
Alright so there is incapacitate and coup de grace. Incapacitate will not kill them you are just knocking them out, it takes no time offer their lifespan but you get limited loot confined just to pouches and easily accessible items. Coup de grace takes time off their lifespan and you can loot more but not all like armor and stuff you still wouldn't be able to loot. There are trade paths where you can take everything they are hauling. You can only lose game time every 2.5 rl hours per death so killing/camping won't get you anywhere if that is your goal. The larger fame someone is [fame being how skilled, titles, etc] means that each death will take more off their lifespan. Once someone loses all their gametime, they perma die and their body is full lootable, and then the title transfers based on what that character willed, so it wouldn't transfer to you, but would transfer perhaps to their next of kin or someone else so that isn't a way you'll take over land.
They monetize lives, so one spark gets you 1 years worth of gametime modified by fame x death. When you perma die as everyone will regardless of how many times they die or not because it's about how long till gametime runs out, everyone will start back at 0 in all skills but will gain skill ramps to increase how fast they can learn certain skills that they had trained in previously
So souls are your character, your permanent character anyway. They contain all your skill ramps and what you would then log into to confirm sparking into a new person. So when your character perma dies, it then goes back to being a soul until you reincarnate that soul into another person for your next life. So the soul is basically your account just about. There's pictures of this too. https://gamepedia.cursecdn.com/chroniclesofelyria_gamepedia/8/87/SoulSelection.jpg
All land is owned, and being able to take land isn't just about killing people if you want to own land officially. It has mechanical things that you need to do, either getting enough money, getting votes from other nobles, or being famous enough for you to be able to get a cause for war declaration. If you've played Crusader Kings 2, that's basically how this system works. AI will be a thing in this game, and the devs have said the intention is for AI to play fairly competently at various tasks, whether that means aim bots or really great scripting is unknown but combat is such that the TTK is maybe 2-10 seconds depending on armor so even a couple extra opponents no matter how badly they play will add up to a lot.
There's also a stamina system, if you run out and try to block or attack before it refills, you will physically drop your weapon on the ground as a lootable item, so you can only realistically take on so much before you won't have the stamina to compensate.
All that being said. You can steal, raid and murder people. Go to trial if caught. You can also hire yourself out to defend traveling merchants, neighbors, etc