When you first turn on the game you will see a screen that looks very similar to this one. There are monsters, buildings, and a map of your current area. There are several other things happening on this screen as well.
The icon in the bottom center leads to the character screen, where you can learn about your character and change class as well. To the left, you will see your current level along with a green bar letting you know how much further until the next level. To the right, you will see your red Health bar and blue Mana bar. If your health or mana gets low, you will need to use potions to refill it.
In the bottom left hand corner of the screen you will see an icon that will trigger arena battles.
In the bottom right hand corner of the screen you see an icon that brings up items that can be used in the Overworld.
In the upper right hand corner of the screen is an icon that shows you what current Dukedom you are in. The picture above shows the grayed out portrait and shield that denotes that you own the current dukedom. If the portrait is not grayed out, then someone else currently owns the dukedom. If there is only a blue crest, then the dukedom is unclaimed. When clicking the dukedom icon, you can see the dukedom information, and this is also where you access the Traveler menu to invite Party members.
When you begin Orna, you have your choice between three starting classes: Warrior, Thief, and Mage. You get your first class choice for free, but after choosing, all other starting classes cost Orn to unlock.
Around your character and pet you will see eight options: Status, Equipment, Inventory, Options, Shop, Spells, Party, and Customize.
This screen will provide you with your character name, faction, current gold and orn count, and your current class' Passive Skills. Gold and Orn are used throughout the game to make purchases. It will also let you know how much XP you need to get to the next level, how much health you have, how much mana you have, and your stats. Your stats break down as Attack (physical), Defense (physical), Dexterity (dodge ability) Magic (Magic Attack), and Magic Defense. When you purchase a Pet, their information can be found all the way on the bottom of this screen as well.
This screen allows you to equip your gear. To equip the gear simply click on the box and chose the gear you wish to equip. Equippable gear is restricted by class.
Inventory, will show you a list of items and gear that you currently possess. If you click on the item or gear, it will give you information about that item or gear and will allow you to discard or use that item.
Also, on a piece of gear's individual screen, it will allow you to discard, lock (preventing you from selling it), or dismantle the gear. Almost all the gear can be dismantled for materials.
The options menu will allow you to change many things such as: turn on or off the sound, receive notifications, disable animations, put the game in Dark mode, make the overworld screen rotate with your phone's compass, see the monster levels on the overworld map, enable caster mode during battle, and auto-dismantle based on item quality. From this screen, you can also contact the developer for feedback. You can sign out further down on the page.
|Items||Purchase Traveler's Pack (one-time only), Occult Candle (attract monsters), EXP Potion (double EXP), Chest, Coffee|
|Buildings||You can buy the Keep, Shop, Bestiary, and Blackmith here for Orns.|
|Appearances||Alternate sprites for your classes can be purchased here fr real money.|
|Special Classes||Special classes are purchased with real money.|
This screen allows you to equip your spells. To equip spells, click on the the box and chose from a list of spells. Once a skill is learned, any class you have can use that skill. The only exception to skill freedom is specialization classess (subclasses), which require you to have it active to use its skills.
If you click on Customize, then it will bring up a list of purchasable classes. These classes are all bought with Orn earned in the game. You can change your current sprite here as well. LAstly, you can change your username, email, and sprite's gender too.
|Class||Unlock classes here with Orns earned throuhgout the game.|
|Specialization||Unlock specialization classes here. They are 50,000 Orns to choose, and you can only have one at a time.|
|Appearance||Any sprites you can current use appear here. Sprite packs are obtained with real money.|
|Information||Edit your username, email address, and sprite's gender here.|
This screen provides you with your rank, reputation, how many monsters you have beaten, how many bosses you have defeated, different weapons and armor collected, how many PvP battles you won, and how far a distance you have traveled. One the very bottom is a link to the Leaderboard which shows you the top 100 players in the world. The way players are ranked is based on Player Level, Reputation (Dukedoms Owned), and PvP Battles won in the last week. Level is weighted 10x more than the other two categories.
This page shows you your progress towards completing a list of achievements. Each achievement has 5 tiers and rewards you with a set number of Orns.
Message Log & Announcements
In the upper right hand corner of the character screen you will see a small scroll icon. Clicking on that scroll icon will bring up the Message Log and the Announcements. The Message log will let you know when your gear is finished upgrading at the Blacksmith or if you have been defeated in PvP. The Announcements page is meant for any global messages.
Back in the overworld map, we can see a number of monsters. In order to battle a monster simply click on the monster you wish to battle.
This screen will appear showing you the name, level, and tier of the monster. Also note that you can see the monsters health. If you die fighting a monster, their health will remain at the the same amount it was when you died. This is the same if you run during battle. On the bottom you will see "Leave" and "Battle". Leave returns you to the Overworld, and Battle will engage you in battle.
How to Battle
There are six icons that can be used in battle are found at the bottom of the battle screen. The character on the left is you, the one on the right is your enemy. If you have a pet, he will stand behind you, and the same is true if your enemy has a pet.
|Equipped Skill||This will be the skill in your first skill slot|
|Attack||This is a Physical attack. It doesn't cost any mana.|
|Defend||Raises defensive stats and prevents DoT effects from proc'ing|
|Skill||This will bring up a list of your skills. Skills vary from attacks, magic, buffs, and de-buffs. Also different classes have a different number of skills they can use varying from 2-6 skills at once. Using a skill will cost a set amount of Mana. If you do not have enough mana, you cannot use the skill.|
|Flee||This makes you run from battle. There is a 5 minute cooldown until you can battle the monster again.|
|Item||This will bring up a list of items that can be used in battle. Some items can only be used in battle. i.e. Attack Tonic, Defense potion, etc.|