NCSOF released a new Throne and Liberty video guide, this time about Bosses and Guilds. This is the fourth video guide of the series and in the previous installments you can learn about Quests, Codex and Events, Weapon Combination and Environment and Skill and Weapon Upgrade, Upgrade Transfer & Craft.
You can watch here the lates video guide, and below the video you will find the translated summary of the most important points.
When your character is strong enough it’s time to experience other types of content, such as Bosses, Guilds and the Marketplace. Let’s see what they are about.
Throne and Liberty Bosses
Bosses are much more powerful monsters than ordinary ones, and you will not be able to defeat them alone.
In Throne and Liberty you will encounter different types of bosses, the first one you will face is the Field Boss. They are much stronger enemies than the common ones and you will have to join forces with other players to defeat them and get the rewards.
Learn more about Field Bosses in our Wiki: Throne and Liberty: Field Boss
In group instances of 6 players you will also face powerful bosses. In this video guide you can see some images of Coop Dungeon – Paola’s Dimension Circle, in which you can enter from level 30 by talking to NPC Paola.
Archbosses are the most powerful Bosses you will face and you will only be able to defeat them with the help of a large number of players. If you manage to defeat the Archboss, the entire server will receive the benefits. To face the Archbosses you must first reach level 50. In this guide you can get a glimpse of the battle against the Archboss Tevent.
Learn more about Archbosses in our Wiki: Throne and Liberty: Archbosses
You can check the boss’s appearance schedule on the map, marked by a red emblem and are divided into conflict and peace areas, as with local events. The location lights up when the boss appears, and if you are close by you will see the omens of his appearance.
Another type of Bosses you can face are the Guild Bosses, but to do so you must first join a guild. When you progress in Act 2 of the Codex, the Guild function will be enabled and you will be able to join one. Participate in Guild Raids to face Guild Bosses with your Guild mates in a PVE environment, without having to fight other players in PVP.
Throne and Liberty Guilds
But facing Guild Bosses is not the only benefit of joining a guild. You can use guild skills that increase the experience gained and you can enjoy buffs that are activated according to the guild level.
To level up the guild you need to get guild experience points, and for this you must participate in local events (a guild member must win), guild missions and guild raids.
To the right of the guild skill you will see the “Donate” button, we recommend you to do it consistently. As a reward for your donation you will receive Guild Coins with which you can buy different Guild Merchant items.
Learn more about Guilds in our Wiki: Throne and Liberty: Guild
With your guild you can also participate in Conquest Battles to conquer Boonstones and Riftstones. Conquering Boonstones and Riftstones will give you different benefits, such as buffs for all members and the possibility to enter Guild Raids.
You will also receive resources produced in the area that are consumed when using guild skills. Guild skills can be used by the Guild Leader, Advisors and Guardians.
Another guild benefit is the Guild Base from which you can enter Guild Raids, which can be activated by members with Guild Advisor rank or higher. The Guild Raid difficulty level will increase as the guild grows.
The biggest advantage of guild raids is that there is no PVP with other users or other guilds, so you can focus solely on the battle with the boss. However, since the boss pattern is difficult, it is necessary to coordinate the battle with other guild members. It is important to match it really well. If you have any members who are confident in conquering boss patterns, be sure to give it a try. Items acquired from guild raids can only be distributed to guild members.
Learn more about Guild Raids in our Wiki: Throne and Liberty: Guild Raid
Throne and Liberty Marketplace
The Marketplace is a exchange system that allows players to trade items obtained during gameplay with others.
There’s a 20% base tax rate and the additional castle tax rate. The castle tax rate is based on the castle. The occupied guild can be set between 1 and 5%.
The Marketplace features a favorites function, similar to the collection book, enabling players to monitor item prices and make informed purchases.
Learn more about Guild Raids in our Wiki: Throne and Liberty: Marketplace