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Welcome to Lineage II: The Chaotic Throne! We hope you enjoy your adventures in the lands of Aden and Elmore.The World of Lineage II
The world of Lineage II is a war-torn land spanning two continents, where trust and betrayal clash as three kingdoms vie for power. The young king Raoul has successfully quenched a civil war and established the newest kingdom, Aden. Elmore, the military superpower located in the northern part of the continent, boasts that it is a direct descendent of ancient Elmoreden kingdom. Gracia, located across the ocean on the west, is currently embroiled in a chaotic battle among blood relatives trying to take over the throne.
These kingdoms share a delicate balance of power; however, within each kingdom they are vulnerable to internal strife, as each manor has strong desire for self-rule.
You have been thrown into this chaos. However, unlike the ordinary people who pray each day for safety, you have the power to protect yourself. In Lineage II, developing a character is not an end in itself. Rather, it is your instrument to obtain the power to enforce your will in this world. Seize your destiny! Your own hand will write the history of this world.
In Lineage II, what you see on the screen is in real time. Therefore, it is critical to make an appropriate decision quickly for every situation you get in. Lineage II pursues both strategic features and action-oriented features by offering client-server synchronization and production of a client's battle at the same time.
You will battle monsters with superior AI, use skills that need to be selected according to each particular situation, overcome situations through teamwork with other clan members, and experience action that is always thrilling, even when you kill a single monster. Raising Dragons The taming system in Lineage allowed players to tame dogs and wolves as pets. A pet system exists in Lineage II as well. However, this time not only can you raise a wolf, but dragons and other animals.
The system for raising a dragon is somewhat different from the general taming system. If you would like to raise a dragon, you must first obtain the Hatchling from a quest. The Hatchling is similar in size to a dog, cute in appearance, and considers and obeys the player who hatched him as a parent. The Hatchling fights like other pets and gradually grows as it gains experience.
When the Hatchling reaches a certain level of experience, the second stage of raising your dragon begins: the Hatchling becomes a Strider. The Strider is a dragon that runs across the land at high speed, like a horse, carrying his master on his back. The Strider also gains experience through fighting and raises its level as it gradually grows.
To obtain a Wyvern, the final stage of raising a dragon, the castle lord must speak to the Wyvern Manager at the uppermost floors of the castle. The player travels the world on the Wyvern, flames shooting from its mouth as it goes around all barriers, and performs an independent role in siege warfare.
Parties and Clans
Characters in Lineage II have diverse and unique traits. When they combine their power, they can become a very powerful force as they work together to defeat a powerful enemy. While hunting solo in a dangerous area, you may meet a passerby and discover that the two of you are of like mind, and so you form a party.
If you hunt in a party often, you will probably get a regular group together with whom you meet up regularly. Perhaps the group will have various goals and ambitions. When a group shares the same goal and has firm convictions, they will establish a clan. The goal can be mere friendship and fraternization, ongoing self-training, or the overthrow of the current castle rulers. A clan is a gathering of people who share the same mission and try together to accomplish a common goal.
Dramatic Castle Sieges
The power of the King is strong, but the King cannot ignore the Castle Lords. The local Lords have power similar to the King in the territory he rules, and each lives in a huge castle built in the territory. Most of the Lords rebuilt the fortress ruins of the Era of Giants that still remained and now use them as their castles; even after thousands of years the excellence of the ancient technologies easily surpasses modern fortification technology. A strong castle is one of the most important defenses for the Lord.
Other clans who attempt to seize power also want to own a castle. Since the purpose of the many clans is to rule the territory according to their ideals, the capturing of the castle is their ultimate goal.
Siege warfare is an innovative PvP combat system that began in Lineage. Lineage II's siege warfare has two major goals: to bring out the best player strategies, and to create evolving political drama and excitement. Siege warfare can continuously create different strategies, even after several months or several years, and will leave you breathless and excited when you stand fully armed with your allies in front of the taken castle.
Numerous privileges are given to the clans who occupy the castle. They impose a tax on the shops around the castle, expand the facilities within the castle, manufacture various items, and offer the Castle Lord a Wyvern to conquer the sky. There are various systems in which the castle-owning clans operate and maintain many public facilities used by other players to make a profit. In this structure, the players and the clan who occupy the castle get win-win results through systems like the manor system. Even the clan that is strongest in force cannot maintain political power without support from other players