Strength Stamina Vitality Dexterity Intelligence Willpower Hitpoints Dragon Mage 23 26 24 21 29 27 140 Dryad 22 25 22 30 27 20 135 High Elf 17 25 20 20 35 25 130 Inquisitor 23 25 23 27 27 22 138 Seraphim 22 25 25 26 25 26 143 Shadow Warrior 27 26 28 21 22 26 151 Temple Guardian 27 25 22 24 26 25 135
- Between level 1-49 One attribute point is gained per level up.
- Between level 50-149 Two attribute points are gained per level up.
- Between level 150-200 Three attribute points are gained per level up.
401 points to divide.
- With the Community Patch installed, a player has an opportunity to gain additional attribute points as a reward for a side quest called Feed the Poor.
Increases Attack Value as well as basic Damage for Strength-Based, Close Combat (melee) weapons. Does not affect Dexterity Based Weapons such as Daggers, Ranged Weapons, Short Swords, Blunt Polearms or Magic Staffs (Intelligence Based Weapons).
Attack Value +XX
Weapon Damage +XX
Average Combat Art Regeneration Time XXX.X%
Increases overall hitpoints and increases the regeneration rate of hitpoints.
Hitpoints Regeneration XX.X/s
Attack Value +XXX
Defense Value +XXX
Weapon Damage +XXX
Increases the chance that a spell hits the target with full force. Increases damage dealt by Magic Staffs and Spell Damage Based Combat Arts, increases critical hit chance for Spell Damage Based Combat Arts.
Weapon Damage +XXX
Combat Art Damage +XXX
Spell Intensity +XXX
Spell Resistance +XXX
Any investment to the attributes has a linear diminishing returns: in other words, with the same absolute increase of the parameter, percentage increase with each attachment point is becoming less and less. This fact suggests that the most reasonable to allocate the available points between two or three different attributes, as returns from such investments is 15-20% higher than if we invest all points in one attribute.
The attribute "vitality" (and constitution skill) offers the highest percentage health points increase for the characters with low base attribute "vitality", i.e. Dryad and High Elf.
The formula for the total value of the attribute:
- BaseAtt*(M1+M2) + n
where M1 - the percentage bonus, granted by survival bonus, 0% < M1 < 33.3%;
M2 - the percentage bonus, granted by equipment;
n - increasing attribute in points (from equipment or activated shortbuffs or buffs).