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We don't have deleveling, instead what we have is experience debt. Now the more experience debt you accrue, the greater the detriment to your character; not to the point where you can not get out of the debt. There will always be a way forward to remove your debt.[2]Steven Sharif

Respawn lore

There is a storyline that relates to how and why characters respawn and the locations in which they respawn. This will be revealed as players explore the game.[16]

Removing corruption

The primary means to remove corruption is through death. Multiple deaths may be necessary to remove all corruption.[18][19]

  • Dying removes a significant portion of a player's corruption score.[20]
  • Gaining experience will also slowly reduce a player's corruption score.[18]
    That creates a fun kind of experience for the bounty hunters to try to catch you while you're working it off.[18]Steven Sharif
  • A quest may be utilized to reduce the player kill (PK) count of a corrupt player in order for them to accumulate less corruption score in the future.[21][20]
    • This is a design shift from a religious quest being used to directly reduce the corruption score.[22]
  • Corruption duration is reduced in military nodes.[23]

Player flagging

The open world Pvp flagging system is designed to deter people from griefing other players.[24]

  • Players can participate in open world PvP with one another without having to resort to murder.[25]
  • The penalties are intended to be severe enough to deter any type of spawn camping.[26]

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There are three levels of flagging for world PvP in Ashes of Creation.[27]

  • Non-combatant (green)
    • All players start as non-combatants.[19]
    • Non-forced attacks (such as AoE) will not hit non-combatant players.[28]
  • Combatant (purple)
    • Non-combatants entering an open world battleground are automatically flagged as combatant and remain flagged for a period of time after leaving that battleground.[27]
    • Players are flagged as combatants if they attack another player. If the attacked players fight back, they are also flagged as combatants, otherwise the attacked player will remain flagged as a non-combatant.[19]
    • Non-combatants who heal, buff or otherwise interact with combatants will be flagged as combatants.[29]
    • Non-combatants who attack a player using combat pets (or any other player-controlled entities) will be flagged as combatants.[30]
    • Players can kill combatants without repercussions, and are encouraged to do so, since dying while a combatant has reduced death penalties.[19]
  • Corrupt (red)
    • If a combatant player kills a non-combatant player, they will be flagged as corrupt.[24]
    • Corruption multiplies death penalties and reveals a corrupt player's location to bounty hunters.[24]
    • A player’s corruption score increases with each non-combatant player killed.[27]
    • If a non-combatant attacks a corrupt player, the non-combatant will not flag as a combatant.[19]
    • Corrupted players may kill bounty hunters without acquiring additional corruption score.[31]

A player may not flag on members of the same party, raid, guild or alliance.[32]

  • Players will be able to opt-in (via a checkbox) to allow their beneficial or non-beneficial AoEs to hit flagged players. If this is checked then AoE heals or damage will affect flagged players. If it is not checked then the AoE will not damage or heal any flagged players, and as such will not cause the caster to be flagged themselves (if they are not already).[33]

If you have that check-box for flagging with your AOEs and heals available then you will flag. If you do not have that box checked then on completion of the skill it will not flag you because the check was made at the start that there was a flagged party member; and then he will not he or she will not receive the beneficial effect as a result or the damage, if it's an offensive spell.[33]Steven Sharif

Sieges, caravans and guild wars do not use the flagging system.[34]

You're not going to see griefing in the game very often; and that's because our flagging system. The corruption mechanics are based around disincentivizing a griefer or PKer but still offering the opportunity, should the occasion arise, where the benefits outweigh the risk, you have the ability to do so. If you gain corruption, which is killing a non-combatant - a player who is not fighting back basically - if you gain that corruption, your world has changed. It is not going to be a very beneficial place to be and you have the potential of losing your gear. Your combat efficacy decreases based on the amount of corruption you accrue. It is a comfortable balance between player agency and grief and basically removing player agency for other players.[2]Steven Sharif

Afiliaciones

An affiliation tree is under development that determines which entities can participate in attacks against other entities within its hierarchy.[35]

There is guild affiliation, there's party affiliation, there's a raid affiliation, alliance affiliation, there's a citizenship affiliation, there's society affiliation, there's religious affiliation. All of these things have some hierarchy; and within that hierarchy there's the ability to participate within certain systems. So for example, if you have a node that has fallen under your vassal state and you're a citizen of the parent node, then you could participate in a siege against the vassal node but if you're a citizen of the vassal node you could not participate as an attacker against the parent node; so there's a hierarchy, unless you were to renounce your citizenship.[35]Steven Sharif

Full loot

There will not be a full loot (full drop) system in Ashes of Creation.[36]

There will not be a full drop and the reason for that is because you know our intention when it comes to progression within the world is we want it to be meaningful and you know take some investment on behalf of the player; and if even if from a design standpoint we're like yeah but they have to choose to go to the area; we don't want a choice that a player can make where they delete their character so to speak.[36]Steven Sharif

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