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Categories : Blog, Horonaim, Perfect World
We are still getting reports of people who never received their Perfect World Closed Beta accounts.
For those who won an account via the events and contests, but never got one, please go to the PW Boards and post the needed details in the following thread: http://pwboards.levelupgames.ph/index.php?showtopic=962
This applies to all event, contest, and guild accounts.
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Categories : Content, Game, Game Play, Horonaim, Perfect World
Step 0 : Go to any Auction House NPC in Archosaur City and choose the second option Ingot Trading.
Step 1 : Click the Account Money Deposit button. A pop-up window will appear named Account Deposit and Withdraw. Input the amount you want to deposit in the Deposit Money area and click OK.
NOTE : 1 Gold = 15,300 Yuan (15,000 for the gold + 300 tax)
Step 2 : Enter 15,000 in the Unit Price area and the quantity of Gold you want to buy in the Gold Ingots area. Your amount due will be shown in the Consume Money and Cost area. Click Begin to Entrust to begin the transaction.
Step 3 : Wait for a few seconds then hit the Refresh button. Your remaining money and your current gold amount should now be reflected. Click the Money Withdraw button to start withdrawing your gold and money.
The Gold is good while supplies last, but the GMs will be replenishing the stock every so often.
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Categories : Blog, Game, Game Play, Level Up!, Nocturnal Sun
The client is now ready for download. You can get the Perfect World installer by clicking on the following links:
Set 1/4 = ftp://18.104.22.168/setup.exe
Set 2/4 = ftp://22.214.171.124/setup.2
Set 3/4 = ftp://126.96.36.199/setup.3
Set 4/4 = ftp://188.8.131.52/setup.4
Do note that the client is only for those with Closed Beta Accounts.
Furthermore, this will not be the same client for Open Beta.
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Categories : Content, Game, Game Play, Level Up!, Perfect World, qaddis
There are more than 1200 monsters in Perfect World, this includes where you can boost up your levels, and more than 1000 unique quests. There are interesting features in monsters too. Wandering around cities is not that frightening, for you can easily recognize the level difference in monsters by the colors in their names. There are 8 monster level color identification. These are:
Orange colored names signifies that they are Eight (8) levels above yours
Yellow 5-8 levels above yours
Beige: 2-5 levels above yours
White: 1-2 levels above or below yours
Aqua: 3-5 levels below yours
Pea Green: 5-8 levels below yours
Green: 8-11 levels below yours
Dark green: Over 11 levels below yours
Monsters in this world are not just melee fighters. Each has unique skills that they will really cause you grief. With the
Yao jing pets, they can use their skills for their master. But don’t be put off by their abilities for you can easily take a look at their weaknesses and make hunting easy. Their elemental attributes are naturally weak against an opposing element.
The following are the elemental chart:
Fire – Fire Resistant, Water Weakness
Metal – Metal Resistant, Fire Weakness
Wood – Wood Resistant, Earth Weakness
Earth – Earth Resistant, Wood Weakness
Water – Water Resistant, Metal Weakness
There are easy kill monsters. Some monsters have the attribute “none”, this means that this type of monsters are neutral. No strength and weaknesses (these are fairly straightforward to attack, but are not necessarily weak.) In order to do battle effectively, you should be aware of your state and as well as the monsters properties. Each monster has its own vulnerabilities but mind you, they are way too strong against their own elements. In addition, mob’s characteristics varies upon on their spawn, (these characteristics can also be seen on the monster’s information) The following are main attributes:
Now nothing can keep you from exploring Perfect World. Knowledge really is power… No kidding! ^_~ Have fun!
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Categories : Game, Horonaim, Perfect World
Long ago Beastkind was enslaved Wingkind, but they rebelled and gained their freedom. A thousand years ago Humanity and Wingkind fought in a terrible war and the unity of the Beastkind was torn asunder as Beastkin chose sides or stayed neutral.
All of that is now forgotten.
The elders of all three races have gathered together and forged an alliance to fight the encroaching Soulless. There is more at stake now than petty rivalries. They fight for the survival of their Perfect World.
On May 18 the three races of Pangu join forces to face the Soulless in battle. Closed Beta of Perfect World – Philippines begins.
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Categories : Game, Game Play, Level Up!, Perfect World
I chanced upon this nifty script that one of our board users built. The genius behind the application is KepneR, a regular in the Perfect World Forums.
The script basically emulates a characters attribute development and equips stats. It lets players see how competitive their character would be once they play the game.
You can view the scripts alpha stave at this location
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Categories : Game, Game Play, Horonaim, Perfect World
I will be sharing some very basic information on quests. How to find out which NPCs have available quests, which NPCs to talk to to finish or continue a quest, as well as some general tips on how to go about making sure you don’t backtrack on your quests.
Some of what I will be writing here will already be familiar to you. For others, however, this might be new. So without further ado, here we go.
- NPC colors on the mini-map. Normal NPCs on the mini-map appear as gold dots. Those with available quests appear as orange dots. Those you have to talk to to finish or continue a quest will appear as purple dots. You can hover the cursor over a dot in the mini-map to see the name of the NPC, quite useful since some quests can be repeated and it will be easy to determine if the NPC on the mini-map is one of those repeatable quests.
- Icons atop NPCs. Icons floating atop the heads of the NPCs with quests come in 2 shapes and in 3 colors: banner or shield and gold, silver, or orange.
- Shields atop NPCs correspond to orange dots on the mini-map.
- Gold shields means it’s available to you.
- Silver shields means that they are quests that require a prerequisite that you have not met; either enlightenment, level, or military rank.
- Orange shields are NPCs that you talk to to begin cultivation/enlightenment quests.
- Banners appear as either gold like normal NPCs or purple in the mini-map depending on what color of the banner.
- Silver banners appear as gold dots on the mini-map. These are NPCs with whom you have unfinished quests.
- Gold banners appear as purple dots on the mini-map. They’re the NPCs you talk to to finish or continue quests.
- Orange banners appear as purple dots on the mini-map and are the NPCs you talk to to finish or continue cultivation/enlightenment quests.
The images of the orange shield and orange banner here are images altered using Photoshop. I didn’t have time to get actual orange colored icons.
There are some quests given by different NPCs that instruct you to hunt the same monster or talk to the same NPC. How do you make sure that you get them together so that you don’t waste time going back and forth hunting the same monster or talking to the same NPC? That’s the tricky part.
Unless you’ve already played the game or have a list of quests handy then chances are you will repeat some monster quests. My suggestion to those who are new to the game or do not have an intensive quest list is to go around the town or city and talk to all the NPCs with available quests. The easiest to plan around are the city guard quests since the names of the monsters that you need to hunt for that area is listed down and all you need to do is match up any quests that you have to that list. Some quests appear at an NPC only after you have finished a previous quest with that NPC so if you’re new at this, some guesswork may be in order.
One very important note: You can only have 20 active quests at a time. Twenty quests may seem a lot, but once you hit level 20 it will seem such a limited number. To put it into perspective, the game has several thousand quests that your character, no matter what the race or class, can participate in.
Streamlining your quests is a learning experience. Even when properly streamlined, quests might take longer than expected especially if the quest requires finding quest items. So no matter how well-planned your quest progression is, luck sometimes plays a hand. Also, no matter how streamlined your quest progression is, expect that you will have some quests that are 2 or 3 levels lower than your own level.