Abyss Points are the points used to determine your rank within the PvPvE game world. They can be earned through normal Player versus Player (PvP) combat when defeating other players, or by defeating Balaur. You will also be given Abyss Points for defeating any NPC within the Abyss. These points can be lost, however, if you spend them or if another player (or one of the Balaur) defeats you in battle.
Gaining Abyss Points
Losing Abyss Points
- Eliminating Players of the opposing Faction
- Eliminating NPCs of the opposing Factions
- Hunting creatures in the Abyss
- Quest Rewards
- Turning in Abyss Relics
- Death at the hands of Players from the opposing faction
- Death at the hands of NPCs from the opposing factions
- Purchasing Abyss Items
Checking your Abyss Points
To view your current Abyss Points as well as your rank, open your Character Window [P] and select the "Abyss" tab.
This is your rank title, this title will be displayed to enemies when they spot you on the battlefield.
|This is your current number of Abyss Points acquired. This value will go up when you defeat a PC or NPC of the opposing factions, including the Balaur. The meter line below this is a visual display of how many points you need to reach your next rank.|
|This is the rank you will be once you have reached the required Abyss Points.|
|This is the number of total Abyss points needed to reach the next rank.|
|This lists the number of player kills and Abyss Point you have acquired on the current day.|
|This lists the total number of player kills and Abyss Point you have acquired for the current week.|
|This lists the total number of player kills and Abyss Point you acquired during the previous week.|
|This lists you total number of player kills and the highest rank you have ever achieved.|
Abyss Points directly affect your PvPvE ranking. Abyss rank signifies the ranking order of each player within their faction. The more Abyss Points the higher your rank. If you lose points it is possible to go down in rank. There are 18 ranks available, ranging from the lowest "Soldier, Rank 9" to the highest " Army Govenor". The highest of these ranks will receive unique abilities only they are able to use. However, these abilities will only be available within the Abyss. If you lose a rank that offers these abilities, you will lose acces to them.
Your rank will determine how many points you will receive when defeating an enemy Player or Balaur, or how many you’ll lose when defeated. Also, each rank above "Soldier, Rank 1" is limited to the number of players that can hold that rank. Below lists ranks, point requirements, and Abyss Point gains and losses for an enemy of the same rank as you.
Required Abyss Points
Soldier, Rank 9
Soldier, Rank 8
Soldier, Rank 7
Soldier, Rank 6
Soldier, Rank 5
Soldier, Rank 4
Soldier, Rank 3
Soldier, Rank 2
Soldier, Rank 1
Army 1-Star Officer
Army 2-Star Officer
Army 3-Star Officer
Army 4-Star Officer
Army 5-Star Officer
Army Great General
Abyss Points can be used to purchase various items from Contribution vendors. These items can be anything from armor and weapons to consumables and recipes. The vendors for these items can be found in both Sanctum and Pandaemonium, as well as within the Abyss at Primum Landing and Teminon Landing.
In order to purchase these items you will need to spend Abyss Points. The amount of points needed will depend on the item’s minimum level and its quality. Some of the higher quality items will also require Silver or Gold Medals received from Fortress Sieges as well as some instance rewards.
For a list of fortress vulnerabilities, please see our Fortress Siege Times page.
Abyss Point Weapons
These require Medals as well
Important Note: It is important to remember that when you spend Abyss Points, it is possibe to spend enough to lower your Abyss Ranking. In the case of higher ranks, this will mean you lose access to that ranks powers!
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