[Outdated] List of Abbreviations / Terms

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This list includes some of the abbreviations / terms you may see in chat, forum and in the game.
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Note that this list is not 100% complete, and only includes commonly used abbreviations / terms that are either officially used or generally accepted by the community.


“Table” of Contents


List of major game updates

  • twishbmitfp / The Way It Should Have Been Made In The First Place – 2nd big update, released on September 28, 2010
  • The EXPlosion – 3rd big update, released on May 8, 2011
  • Awesome Update (AU) – 4th big update, released on August 14, 2011
  • CHAOS! – 5th big update, released on January 20, 2012
  • Triangle Apocalypse (TA) – 6th big update, released on August 07, 2012
  • REVIVE! – 7th big update, released on November 30, 2013

People say “pre–[update name]” or “pre–[update number]” to mean “before [the update]”. For example: “pre–1476” means “before version 1476”, “pre–Explosion” means “before The EXPlosion update”. Similarly, people also say “post–[update name]” or “post–[update number]” to mean “after [the update]”.


Some common out–game terms

  • bump / necro – Posting in an old forum thread. This is generally frowned upon, unless it’s your own thread or it’s a guide that’s still up to date.
  • nerf – Usually defined as Tukkun’s act of making the game harder only for the sake of causing players to rage.
  • OP – Original poster, referring to the person who created the thread. Sometimes, it stands for “overpowered”, as in too powerful.
  • PM – Private message.
  • RNG – Random Number Generator – the cause of all your (mis)fortune. Opened 70 Gambler’s Boxes and got nothing? Blame the RNG.
  • soon™ – A relatively short amount of time. Probably 10 years, or maybe 1 year, or shorter than that.
  • TL;DR – Too long; didn’t read. Post was too long for the average user’s attention span.
  • Tukkun – That’s the developer of Anti–Idle: The Game. I hope you know this…

List of abbreviations by feature

General

  • AI / A:TG / AI:TG – Anti–Idle: The Game (Note: “A: TG” is the official abbreviation)
  • BC – Blue Coins
  • EXP (less commonly XP) – Experience
  • ET – Event Tokens
  • GC – Green Coins
  • Lv. – Level (Note: When people say they are level A +B, that means they are level A with B ascensions)
  • PBE – Progress Bar Extension (from Awesome Adventures)
  • SS – Special Shop
  • SSF – Secret Savefile (Ctrl + Click file 2)
  • QT – Quest Tokens
  • YC – (Yellow) Coins


Garden

  • AG – Another Garden
  • GP – Garden Points


Battle Arena (BA)

General

  • apoc – Apocalypse (activated by equipping Invisible X ally and Worst Moon Gem)
  • HC – Hardcore (Battle Arena difficulty)
  • MK – Mission Kommander
  • prot – Ring of Protection
  • Rob – Robacon / Robroccoli
  • WM – Worst Moon (activated by equipping Invisible X ally or Worst Moon Gem)

Stats / Skills

  • ACC – Accuracy
  • AF – Auto Fight
  • ATT / ATK – Attack
  • BD – Boss Damage (Battle Arena stat)
  • CdG – Coup de Grace (Battle Arena skill)
  • DEF – Defense
  • DEX – Dexterity (refers to Accuracy on weapons and Evasion on armor/accessories)
  • DR – Damage Resist (usually refers to the percentage)
  • DR – Drop Rate
  • EVA – Evasion
  • IK – Instant Kill (Battle Arena stat)
  • PA – Power Attack
  • QA – Quick Attack
  • RHK – Roundhouse Kick
  • SKB (less commonly SK) – Super Knockback
  • SP – Skill Point
  • TBNG – To–be–Nerfed Gem

Areas / Zones

  • AL – Abandoned Lab (BA area, accessible from Danger Zone)
  • ATZ – Advanced Training Zone
  • BB – Binary Battlefield (Battle Arena area after The Beach)
  • BTZ – Beginner Training Zone
  • CS – Censor Ship
  • DC – Dragon Cave
  • DP – Dark Pyramid
  • LL – Lullaby Lake
  • lolcano – Volcano Peak
  • MBRTHE MEGABOSS’s Revenge
  • NCI – Not Copyright Infringement
  • PC – Pokayman City
  • PS – Pirate Ship
  • PSI – Pirate Ship Interior
  • SA (less commonly TSA) – The Special Arena
  • SC – Spooky Crypt
  • SD – Secret Dungeon
  • SI – Smiley Island
  • SL – Secret Lab
  • TL – Triangle Land
  • ToD – Tower of DOOOOOOM
  • TR – Throne Room

Monsters / Invisible Allies (IA)

  • ?x5 – ????? (Secret Dungeon monster)
  • BoD – Boss of DOOOOOOM
  • CGT – Corrupted Giant Treeman
  • CN – Chuck Norris
  • DF – Devil Face (Smiley Island monster)
  • FGF – Fairy Godfather
  • FGM – Fairy Godmother
  • IX – Invisible X
  • MBTHE MEGABOSS
  • MBRTHE MEGABOSS’s Revenge
  • SC – Secret Crystal
  • SC2 – Secret Crystal (Epic)

Weapons

  • BRW – Badly Recolored Weapon
  • BS – Blood Scimitar (less commonly “Bacon Sword”)
  • DGoS – Darkglaive of Smiting
  • DMW – Dark Mage Wand
  • DR – Dark Ruler
  • ES – Evil Sword
  • FG – Fiend Glaive
  • G1 – Glaive (less commonly “Guisarme”)
  • G2 – Glaive–Guisarme (less commonly “Guisarme–Glaive”)
  • G3 – Glaive–Guisarme–Glaive
  • G5 – Glaive–Glaive–Glaive–Guisarme–Glaive
  • G10 – Fusion of two G5
  • GC – Gold Cannon
  • GLGU – Glaive–Guisarme
  • GoS – Glaive of Smiting
  • GS – Greatsword / Greatersword
  • GUGL – Guisarme–Glaive
  • OS – Oversized Slingshot
  • PS (usually PS3) – Premium Sword
  • SMG – Strong Machine Gun
  • SoA – Sword of Ascendant
  • SW – Special Wand
  • UIS – Ultimate Ice Spear

Armor

  • CN – Chuck Norris Armor
  • DA – Dark Angel Armor
  • EC – Emperor’s Clothes
  • FGF – Fairy Godfather Armor
  • FGM – Fairy Godmother Armor
  • HBB – Humblebee Armor
  • HG – Holy Glory Armor
  • KM – Knightmare Armor
  • PD – Pure Darkness Armor
  • wiz – Wizard Armor (looted in Secret Dungeon)
  • zerker – Berzerker Armor

Accessories

  • CP – Collector’s Pendant (less commonly “Cursed Pendant”)
  • GoER – Gem of Eternal Rage

Enhancers

  • CGR – Chaotic Growth Rock
  • EGR – Elite Growth Rock
  • UE – Unique Enhancer (less commonly “Unobtainium Enhancer”)

Potions

  • AC – Anti–Curse Potion

Items for crafting / Currencies

  • CFC / CFoC – Chaotic Fragment of Chaos
  • CM – Crafting Material
  • CoR – Crystal of Rarity
  • CoUR – Crystal of Ultimate Rarity
  • EF – Enhancer Fragment
  • PoM – Proof of Mission
  • PoT – Proof of Training
  • SCM – Superior Crafting Material
  • unob – Unobtainium


Arcade

  • AT – Arcade Token
  • B3 – Balance 3
  • MM – Math Master
  • MS – Mind Sweeper
  • TC – Triangle Count
  • UA – Ultimate Avoidance
  • WaG – Whack–a–greg


Stadium

  • DM – Death Match


TukkunFCG

  • AF – Awesome Face
  • BD – Big Daddy
  • CF – Code Fu
  • CM – Clockwork Machine
  • LM – Legendary Monster (level 9 FCG opponent)
  • NRG – Energy
  • perma – Perma–Monster


Awesome Adventures (AA)

  • rep – Reputation


Mystery Box (MB)

  • EC – Explosion Crate
  • GB – Gambler’s Box
  • LB – Legendary Box
  • PB – Progress Box
  • PMB – Pixelated Mystery Box


Cards

  • AH – Autoharvest
  • DM – Demand Master


Career / Business

  • IM – Item Maker
  • MCP – Mega Career Potion
  • RCP – Random Career Potion
 
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Alphabetically

  • ?x5 – ????? (Secret Dungeon monster)
  • AA – Awesome Adventures
  • AC – Anti–Curse Potion
  • ACC – Accuracy
  • AF – Auto Fight
  • AF – Awesome Face (TukkunFCG card)
  • AG – Another Garden
  • AH – Autoharvest Card
  • AI / A:TG / AI:TG – Anti–Idle: The Game (Note: “A: TG” is the official abbreviation)
  • AL – Abandoned Lab (BA area, accessible from Danger Zone)
  • apoc – Apocalypse (activated by equipping Invisible X ally and Worst Moon Gem)
  • AT – Arcade Token
  • ATT / ATK – Attack
  • ATZ – Advanced Training Zone
  • BA – Battle Arena
  • B3 – Balance 3
  • BB – Binary Battlefield (Battle Arena area after The Beach)
  • BC – Blue Coins
  • BD – Boss Damage (Battle Arena stat)
  • BD – Big Daddy (TukkunFCG card)
  • BoD – Boss of DOOOOOOM
  • BRW – Badly Recolored Weapon
  • BS – Blood Scimitar (less commonly “Bacon Sword”)
  • BTZ – Beginner Training Zone
  • CdG – Coup de Grace (Battle Arena skill)
  • CF – Code Fu (TukkunFCG card)
  • CFC / CFoC – Chaotic Fragment of Chaos
  • CGR – Chaotic Growth Rock
  • CGT – Corrupted Giant Treeman
  • CM – Crafting Material
  • CM – Clockwork Machine (TukkunFCG card)
  • CN – Chuck Norris
  • CoR – Crystal of Rarity
  • CoUR – Crystal of Ultimate Rarity
  • CP – Collector’s Pendant (less commonly “Cursed Pendant”)
  • CS – Censor Ship
  • DA – Dark Angel Armor
  • DC – Dragon Cave
  • DEF – Defense
  • DEX – Dexterity (refers to Accuracy on weapons and Evasion on armor/accessories)
  • DF – Devil Face (Smiley Island monster)
  • DGoS – Darkglaive of Smiting
  • DM – Demand Master Card
  • DM – Death Match
  • DMW – Dark Mage Wand
  • DP – Dark Pyramid
  • DR – Dark Ruler
  • DR – Damage Resist (usually refers to the percentage)
  • DR – Drop Rate
  • EC – Emperor’s Clothes
  • EC – Explosion Crate
  • EF – Enhancer Fragment
  • EGR – Elite Growth Rock
  • ES – Evil Sword
  • ET – Event Tokens
  • EVA – Evasion
  • EXP (less commonly XP) – Experience
  • FG – Fiend Glaive
  • FGF – Fairy Godfather
  • FGM – Fairy Godmother
  • G1 – Glaive (less commonly “Guisarme”)
  • G2 – Glaive–Guisarme (less commonly “Guisarme–Glaive”)
  • G3 – Glaive–Guisarme–Glaive
  • G5 – Glaive–Glaive–Glaive–Guisarme–Glaive
  • G10 – Fusion of two G5
  • GB – Gambler’s Box
  • GC – Gold Cannon
  • GC – Green Coins
  • GLGU – Glaive–Guisarme
  • GoER – Gem of Eternal Rage
  • GoS – Glaive of Smiting
  • GP – Garden Points
  • GS – Greatsword / Greatersword
  • GUGL – Guisarme–Glaive
  • HBB – Humblebee Armor
  • HC – Hardcore (Battle Arena difficulty)
  • HG – Holy Glory Armor
  • IA – Invisible Ally
  • IK – Instant Kill (Battle Arena stat)
  • IM – Item Maker (Career)
  • IX – Invisible X
  • KM – Knightmare Armor
  • LB – Legendary Box
  • LL – Lullaby Lake
  • LM – Legendary Monster (level 9 FCG opponent)
  • lolcano – Volcano Peak
  • Lv. – Level (Note: When people say they are level A +B, that means they are level A with B ascensions)
  • MB – Mystery Box
  • MBTHE MEGABOSS
  • MBRTHE MEGABOSS’s Revenge
  • MCP – Mega Career Potion
  • MK – Mission Kommander
  • MM – Math Master
  • MS – Mind Sweeper
  • NCI – Not Copyright Infringement
  • NRG – Energy (in TukkunFCG)
  • OS – Oversized Slingshot
  • PA – Power Attack
  • PB – Progress Box
  • PBE – Progress Bar Extension (from Awesome Adventures)
  • PC – Pokayman City
  • PD – Pure Darkness Armor
  • perma – Perma–Monster (TukkunFCG card). In some cases, it simply means “permanent”.
  • PMB – Pixelated Mystery Box
  • PoM – Proof of Mission
  • PoT – Proof of Training
  • prot – Ring of Protection
  • PS – Pirate Ship
  • PS (usually PS3) – Premium Sword
  • PSI – Pirate Ship Interior
  • QA – Quick Attack
  • QT – Quest Tokens
  • RCP – Random Career Potion
  • rep – Reputation
  • RHK (less commonly RH / RK) – Roundhouse Kick
  • Rob – Robacon / Robroccoli
  • SA (less commonly TSA) – The Special Arena
  • SC – Spooky Crypt
  • SC – Secret Crystal
  • SC2 – Secret Crystal (Epic)
  • SCM – Superior Crafting Material
  • SD – Secret Dungeon
  • SI – Smiley Island
  • SKB (less commonly SK) – Super Knockback
  • SL – Secret Lab
  • SMG – Strong Machine Gun
  • SoA – Sword of Ascendant
  • SP – Skill Point
  • SS – Special Shop
  • SSF – Secret Savefile (Ctrl + Click file 2)
  • SW – Special Wand
  • TBNG – To–be–Nerfed Gem
  • TC – Triangle Count
  • TL – Triangle Land
  • ToD – Tower of DOOOOOOM
  • TR – Throne Room
  • UA – Ultimate Avoidance
  • UE – Unique Enhancer (less commonly “Unobtainium Enhancer”)
  • UIS – Ultimate Ice Spear
  • unob – Unobtainium
  • WaG – Whack–a–greg
  • wiz – Wizard Armor (looted in Secret Dungeon)
  • WM – Worst Moon (activated by equipping Invisible X ally or Worst Moon Gem)
  • YC – (Yellow) Coins
  • zerker – Berzerker Armor
 
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Game terms

General terms

Ant

Ants eat your Boost. The current number of ants can be seen below your Boost. You can spray ants by using Ant Sprayers.


Ascend / Ascension

Refers to the act of starting over from level 1 with bonuses after reaching level 9000+. In order to ascend, you have to:

  • Reach level 9000 and Battle Arena rank 200.
  • Feed the Dragon of Wisdom 200 times in one day.
  • Click the Sword of Ascendant in the Dragon of Wisdom screen.
  • Go to the Battle Arena, equip the Sword of Ascendant, go to Ye Olde Pub.
  • Defeat The Ascendant.
  • Choose the option “I’m ready to ascend!”

You will start over from level 1, and the number of times you have ascended will be displayed on the top right corner. You can click it to open the Ascension menu, where you can see your rewards for ascending and spend your Temporary Perk Points and Permanent Perk Points.

After ascending 5 times, you will unlock Hard and Impossible ascensions, which are harder but more rewarding.


Boost

Boost affects the rate at which the Progress Bar fills, and how


Max Boost

Max Boost is the amount of Boost you can reach by using the Boost Generator. Max Boost can be upgraded in the Boost Generator screen, by feeding the Dragon of Wisdom (for up to 300% more Max Boost) and by ascending (first 5 times only). Note that your current Boost can be higher than your Max Boost, and if your Boost is higher than your Max Boost, ants will come at a faster speed.


Progress Bar

Refers to the bar on the right which fills automatically, and when it’s full, you can do something to claim your reward. Rewards from the Progress Bar are automatically claimed when Idle Mode is on.


Secret Savefile (SSF)

Secret Savefile can be accessed by holding Ctrl while selecting File 2 in the file selection screen. Secret Savefile is made for testing purposes and all highscore submissions are disabled on Secret Savefile. The SSF menu can be opened at any time by pressing Shift + D, which allows you to change variables in the savefile (arrays are not yet supported).

Secret Savefile is technically labeled “File 4”, and has blue background which cannot be changed.

If you actually use the Secret Savefile for playing, it’s highly recommended that you don’t brag about your accomplishments in chat and in the forum.


Features

Boost Generator

Allows you to refill your Boost and upgrade your Max Boost.


Garden

Allows you to PLANT trees, and then HARVEST them for profit. After a while, trees will EXPIRE and you have to replant them.

As you harvest trees, you will get Garden EXP and Garden Points (GP). You also gain Plot EXP for the plots you plant the trees on. When a plot has enough Plot EXP, its GRADE increases. Maximum Plot Grade is 11. Each Grade increases the Harvest Value of trees by 5%. Harvest Value decides how much EXP / Coins you get from harvesting.

Fertilizer and Mega Fertilizer can be used to fertilize all trees in one Garden to increase Harvest Value of all trees by 5% and 10% respectively.

You can use Garden Points to UNLOCK more plots for your Garden (expand), and once all 25 plots in your Home Garden are unlocked, you will gain access to Another Garden (AG).

In Another Garden, you can BREED seeds to plant. When you harvest trees in Another Garden, you will gain Randomfruit, which can either be eaten or sold.

The Mini Garden can be purchased, it displays the number of trees that are ready for harvest and the number of trees that are planted. When trees are ready for harvest, the Mini Garden will flash and you can click it to harvest all trees that are ready.


Battle Arena (BA)

The biggest feature of Anti–Idle. In the Battle Arena, you can fight monsters (sometimes referred to as “enemies”).

For information on terms used in the Battle Arena, refer to the “Battle Arena terms” section.


Button Machine

The Button Machine is where you can mindlessly click a button while getting rewards.

The Button Machine has an accuracy judgement system. Based on how close to the center you click, you get more rewards. The accuracy ratings are as follows (from most accurate to least accurate):

  • Perfect (+6 Hit Combo) – also gives you a Purple Button
  • Excellent (+5 Hit Combo)
  • Great (+4 Hit Combo)
  • Nice (+3 Hit Combo)
  • Good (+2 Hit Combo)
  • Hit (+1 Hit Combo)
  • Miss (lose Hit Combo)

Hit Combo increases as you click, and drops to 0 if you don’t click for a short while or misclick. Hit Combo, along with “Total Clicks” and “Clicks Today”, increase your Multiplier (which affects the rate of EXP and Coin gain in the Button Machine).

When the background turns red, that means the Button Machine is about to break. Once it breaks, you will have to press the Repair button to repair it.

You can also hold Shift key to auto–click the Button Machine.


Arcade

Where you can play (crappy) games for rewards. Based on your score, you can also get Arcade 100k Medals.

There are two play modes in the Arcade:

  • Ranked Mode – Your scores are submitted to Kongregate. Upgrades are disabled.
  • Unranked Mode – Your scores are not submitted to Kongregate. Upgrades are enabled. Upgrades for Unranked Mode can be purchased in the shop.

You can purchase the Arcade Pack to unlock more games in the Arcade.


Stadium

There are 5 plays mode in the Stadium.

  • Simple Race – Just be the first to reach the goal.
  • Item Fight – Similar to Simple Race, but there are items that you can use to take advantage.
  • Death Match – Instead of racing, you fight opponents and get as many PWNts as possible. When you hit an opponent, you get 1 PWNt. But a K.O. hit is worth many more PWNts and also allows you to steal some PWNts of the opponent. You can score the K.O. hit by being the last one to hit the opponent before it dies. Upon death, a player will revive after 20 seconds.
  • Practice – Practice racing alone.
  • Bet – Guess the winner.

The controls in Stadium are pretty simple.

  • Move – Left/Right arrow key.
  • Jump – Up arrow key.
  • Dash – Double–tap left/right arrow key. Dashing costs Energy (2 in Death Match, 10 in other modes).
  • Use Booster / Slow Down – Hold Shift key.
  • Use Item – Space key (in Item Fight and Death Match only).
  • Attack – Z or Y key (in Death Match only). Attcking costs 5 Energy.

As you play in the Stadium, you’ll gain Stadium Tokens, which can be used to upgrade your Stadium abilities.


TukkunFCG

It’s a card game of some sort. “FCG” stands for “Fake Card Game”.

For a list of official TukkunFCG terms, take a look at the Help page in the game.

For a list of TukkunFCG terms used by players, check some of the TukkunFCG forum threads out there.


LolMarket

It works like a stockmarket. All of the terms used in this feature are listed in the in–game Help page of the feature.


Awesome Adventures

Text–based adventures. You can use mouse or number keys to select options. Each adventure costs you 1 Energy (not to be confused with Energy in Stadium and Fatigue in Fishing). When you run out of Energy, you can either use an Energy Refill, or wait for your Energy to automatically refill itself.

As you adventure, you can gain Reputation, which can be used to purchase items in the Awesome Shop. Reputation also affects the outcome of some adventures, and affect the EXP you gain from each adventure.

There are 3 different areas to adventure in: Town, Untitled Zone and Titled Zone. Each area has different outcomes.

You can also purchase Progress Bar Extension in this feature. If you have it, your Progress Bar can fill past 100% if Idle Mode is off.


Fishing

This feature is explained in this official guide.


Typing

Basically, in this feature, you gain Blue Coins as you type the Terms of Service and stuff.

WPM stands for Words Per Minute. A “word” is assumed to have 5 characters (4 letters and a space). WPM measurement in this feature is the same as in other typing tests.

One thing that may confuse players in this feature is “Reward per ascension”. This does NOT refer to improvement in WPM. You get this “Reward per ascension” when you ASCEND (reach level 9000 and defeat The Ascendant), not when you get a better WPM score.

 
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Battle Arena terms

Arena Rank / Arena EXP

Refers to the separate “leveling” system in the Battle Arena. Your Arena Rank is displayed below your HP. When you have enough Arena EXP, you RANK UP. As your Arena Rank increases, you gain Skill Points, extra stats and become stronger. Arena Rank is capped at 500.


Bestiary

The Bestiary can be purchased with 1,000,000 Pixels. In the Bestiary, you can view the stats of monsters you have killed. You can also gain extra EXP, Boosts and extra chance to get loot drops when you kill a monster many times.

Bestiary entries max out at level 6.


Bonuses / Equipment Bonuses

Refers to the green, orange and purple lines on equipment items that add to your stats.

  • Green Bonus (Type A) – Bonuses that increase your reward, or increase your elements.
  • Orange Bonus (Type B) – Bonuses that increase your power. Some of these are exclusive to weapons, or only available with certain armor/accessory items.
  • Purple Bonus (Type C) – Bonuses that increase your power or reward.

Bonuses can be added to an item with the use of Bonus Rocks (Bonus Adders).

The effect of bonuses is defined by Bonus Tier, which is based on the Rank requirement of the item:

  • Rank 1 ~ 10: Tier 1
  • Rank 11 ~ 20: Tier 2
  • Rank 21 ~ 30: Tier 3
  • Rank 491 ~ 500: Tier 50

Bonus Tier can also be increased with the use of Unobtainium Enhancers, and weapon’s Bonus Tier can be raised with the Legendary Weapon skill.

Most of the bonuses are shown in the Stat screen. You can mouse over any stat in the Stat screen for more details.


Bonus Machine

Refers to the machine in Abandoned Lab (accessible from Danger Zone when you reach Rank 180) that allows you to randomize bonuses on weapons, armor and enhancers 50 times per day (extra times can be bought with Pixels). Items with “Cannot apply Bonus Rocks” tag cannot have their bonuses changed.


Buffs

Refers to the temporary stat boosts you can get from buff potions, some skills and certain Invisible Allies. There are several different types of buffs:

  • Power Buff – Increases your Attack, Defense, MaxHP, MaxMP, Accuracy and Evasion.
  • Master Buff – Increases your Mastery, HP/MP Regen, Hit Chance, Dodge Chance and decreases Damage Taken.
  • Reward Buff – Increases your EXP, Coin, Pixel gain from monsters and Drop Rate.
  • Enrage – Increases your Rage Attack, Rage Speed, Damage and decreases Rage Depletion.
  • Elemental Boost – Increases your damage dealt and resistance to monsters (except non–elemental monsters).
  • Invincibility – Makes you invulnerable to all monster attacks. Does not prevent damage from other sources.
  • Nightmare – Heavily decreases your Attack and Defense, but your rewards are also increased.
  • Anti–Curse – If you enter the Secret Dungeon while having this buff, you will deal more damage and take less damage (making the raid easier), but reward is also decreased.
  • Loot Magnet – Allows you to automatically loot most loot drops (they will fly to you).
  • Monster Magnet – Increases monster spawn rate and makes monsters move towards you faster.


Craft / Item Crafting

Refers to the act of… well, crafting items (weapons, armor, enhancers, etc.) to use in the Battle Arena. To do this, you have to:

  • Click the “Menu” button in the Battle Arena.
  • Click “Item Crafting”.
  • Choose the item you want to craft, then press “Craft This Item!”.

In the left panel, you can choose an item to craft. The number on the far left is the Rank requirement, next to it is the item name. The orange plus sign means the item is pre–enhanced and the green clock sign means the item is temporary.

In the right panel, you can preview the item stats, see the costs and apply Crystals of (Ultimate) Rarity.

You need recipes to craft certain items, and to increase the number of Crystals of (Ultimate) Rarity you can apply. For more information on how to unlock recipes, click the “Recipes” button.


Difficulty

You can change the difficulty of the Battle Arena by following these steps:

  • Click the “Menu” button in Battle Arena.
  • Click “Change Difficulty”.
  • Click either of the buttons (Casual or Hardcore).

Casual difficulty is easier, but rewards are also lower. When you play on Casual difficulty, you’ll see a green [C] next to the Map button.
Hardcore difficulty is harder (monster stats are increased, and they are also granted special abilities), but rewards are increased. When you play on Hardcore difficulty, you’ll see a red [H] next to the Map button.


Enhance

Refers to the act of using Enhancers. To use an Enhancer, you click the Enhancer you want to use, then click the item you want to enhance.

When you use Enhancers that boost the item stats (Attack Rocks, Speed Rocks, Defense Rocks, Critical Rocks, Dexterity Rocks and Health Rocks), as well as Growth Rocks and Mystery Rocks, the enhancement count of the item will raise by 1. Maximum enhancement count on an item is 10. Enhancement count is shown next to the item name (for example, [+7] means the item has been enhanced 7 times and 3 more Enhancers can be used). Other Enhancers (such as Bonus Rocks, Life Rocks, Spirit Rocks and Unique Enhancers) don’t affect the enhancement count and can be used freely.

Enhancers disappear after they are used (except Protectors).

Most Enhancers are self–explanatory and do what is written on them. Here are the detailed effects of some Enhancers:

  • Bonus Rock / Bonus Adder – Adds or replaces the bonuses of the equipment. Cannot be used on items with “Cannot apply Bonus Rocks” tag.
  • Growth Rock – Increases the maximum Item Level of an equipment item (and allows the item to level up if it does not already). Growth Rocks add to the enhancement count.
  • Life Rock / Lifespan Extender – Extends the lifespan of temporary items or expired items. Cannot be used on items with “Cannot apply Life Rocks” tag.
  • Mystery Rock / Mystery Enhancer – Has a random effect. Upon being used, it will transform into an Attack/Defense/Critical/Dexterity/Health Rock (no Speed, and no Attack if used on weapons with 0 Attack) and then its effect will be applied to the item (you don’t know the effect until you used it on the equipment). You can also use “Mystery Enhancer Identifier” item on Mystery Rocks to reveal their effects before using them on equipment. Mystery Rocks add 1 to the enhancement count as usual.
  • Spirit Rock – Can be used on +10 items to turn a regular item into a “Spirit Item”, or to turn a “Spirit Item” into a regular item. When a weapon is a “Spirit Item”, Spirit will replace MP and all active skills will be replaced. When an armor piece or an accessory item is a “Spirit Item”, maximum Spirit will be increased and maximum MP will be decreased.
  • Unique Enhancer – Can be used on fully enhanced (+10 or higher) and fully leveled (no “Item Level” listed, or maxed “Item Level”) items to further raise its stats. Capped at 3,000 Attack for weapons, and 1,800 Defense for armor/accessory items. Unique Enhancers cannot be used on items with “Cannot apply Unique Enhancers” tag.
  • Unobtainium Enhancer – Can be used on any item to raise the bonus tier of the item. If the item already has a lower “Unobtainium Enhancement” count, it will be replaced with the new one.


Fuse / Fusion

Refers to the act of fusing two weapons or same type armor in the Item Storage screen. To do this, you have to:

  • Reach rank 50 in the Battle Arena.
  • Click the “Menu” button in the Battle Arena.
  • Click “Item Storage”.
  • Click the yellow “F” button.
  • Open inventory, Ctrl + Click a weapon or armor piece and click the “Primary” slot. Repeat for “Secondary” slot.
  • The fused item will then appear in the inventory.
    Each item can only be fused once, then it will get the “Cannot Fuse” tag. Some items come with the “Cannot Fuse” tag by default, and they cannot be fused.

Generally, people say “A/B” to refer to a fused item, with A being primary item and B being secondary. For example:

  • SMG/PS3 – Strong Machine Gun fused with Premium Sword (3), with Strong Machine Gun being the primary item.
  • pyra/ES – Pyrabow fused with Evil Sword, with Pyrabow being the primary item.


HP

Stands for “Health Points”. You lose HP when you get hit by monsters. Damage dealt to you is indicated by purple numbers. When you run out of HP, you die and lose 10% of the Arena EXP needed for next Rank, and also lose all Rings, and then revive at Ye Olde Pub. If you have Ring of Protection equipped, death penalties are nullified, but you still get sent to Ye Olde Pub.


Invisible Ally (IA)

Invisible Allies are unlocked at Rank 35. They give bonuses (passive and active) when equipped.

To TAME an Invisible Ally, you have to fight the rare or epic form of the monster (refer to “Monster Types” section), unless it’s an evolving monster – and loot the invisible scroll item if it drops. After an Invisible Ally is tamed, you will be able to equip it.

To MASTER an Invisible Ally, you have to fight with the Invisible Ally equipped until it reaches 10,000 Ally EXP. Ally EXP is gained by fighting monsters equal to or higher than the Invisible Ally’s level. When an Invisible Ally is mastered, you gain 20% extra EXP when fighting the monster, and it has a higher chance to appear as rare (and also a higher chance to appear as epic if you play on Worst Moon).


Item Level

Refers to the level of the equipment items. Not to be confused with other forms of level and Battle Arena Rank. Item Level can be raised by fighting monsters in the Battle Arena, and when an item levels up, it gains stats.

When a weapon levels up, it gains the following stats:

  • Every level: +4~6 Attack (for weapons with Attack), or +1 Speed (for weapons with no Attack)
  • Every 2 levels: +2 Defense
  • Every 3 levels: +1% Accuracy
  • Every 4 levels: +25% HP Regen
  • Every 5 levels: +1% Critical Chance

When an armor piece levels up, it gains the following stats:

  • Every level: +2~3 Defense
  • Every 2 levels: +1 Attack
  • Every 3 levels: +1% Evasion
  • Every 4 levels: +1% HP
  • Every 5 levels: +1% Critical Damage

When a pendant levels up, it gains the following stats:

  • Every level: +2~3 Defense
  • Every 2 levels: +1 Attack
  • Every 3 levels: +1% Evasion
  • Every 4 levels: +1% HP
  • Every 5 levels: +1% Critical Damage
  • Every 6 levels: +5% Attack Speed

Trinkets gain different stats based on the item.


Loot Drops

Refer to everything that drops from a monster when it is killed, which can be looted by either moving your mouse over them or somehow having them fall to your character.


Mining

Refers to the act of using a pickaxe to fight monsters called “Secret Crystal” that spawn in the Battle Arena. Mining is a good way to gather crafting resources and some loot items.


Monster Types

Monster type is defined based on the name tag of the monster (where the level, name and HP of the monster is displayed).

  • A monster with a yellow name tag with a yellow border is a RARE monster. Rare monsters have 10x drop rate, and give 20% extra Coins and Pixels.
  • A monster with a green name tag with a green border is an EPIC monster. Epic monsters have 20x drop rate, and give 20% extra EXP, 50% extra Coins and Pixels.
  • A monster with yellow name/level text is a WEAK monster. They are monsters whose levels are a lot lower than yours.
  • A monster with white name/level text is a NON–WEAK monster. They are monsters whose levels are near yours (or at least level 4,000).
  • A monster with red name/level text is a STRONG monster. They are monsters whose levels are higher than yours (or at least level 7,000).
  • A monster with purple name/level text is a BOSS monster. Boss monsters are generally stronger than non–boss monsters, and are treated as strong monsters regardless of level. Monsters with yellow/white/red names are also referred to as non–bosses.


MP

Stands for “Mana Points”. MP is required to use skills.


Outfit

Outfit items are items that can be equipped over other items, but they have no stats. For example, you equip a Newbie Hat outfit and Berzerker Hat armor, you will see your character with a Newbie Hat equipped but you will get the stats of your Berzerker Hat.

Outfit armor can be made in the “Item Storage” screen for free. Once an armor piece is turned into outfit, it will permanently lose its stats.

Outfit accessories can be found as loot drop from monsters.

All outfit items are permanent. Time–limited or expired armor can also be turned into permanent outfit.


Rage

The RAGE meter is filled when you get hit by monsters, and slowly depletes over time. You gain extra Attack and Attack Speed when the RAGE meter is filled. It’s the most effective when the RAGE meter is at 100%. Otherwise, you gain extra Attack and Attack Speed based on your current Rage. For example, if you have 70% Rage Attack and your RAGE meter is 50% filled, you gain 35% extra Attack. Your base Rage Attack is 40%, and base Rage Speed is 0% – meaning if you have no Rage skills and bonuses, you gain 40% extra Attack from a full RAGE meter.

 
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Raids / Special Areas

These generally refer to Battle Arena areas with a special concept and require activity. Some of them include:

  • Dark Pyramid / Epic Pyramid Battle
    • Requirements: Rank 35+. On Impossible ascensions, you have to be level 1500+. Requires 1 entry.
    • Location: The Desert → Dark Pyramid
    • Objective: Deal as much damage as possible in the time limit. Loot drops will be automatically attracted to you.
    • Rewards:
      • Arena EXP
      • Evil Sword / Pyrabow
      • To–be–Nerfed Gems
      • Rings
      • Skill Books for Strength Enhancement and Dexterity Enhancement
      • Pyramid Weapon Life Rock (100% chance to extend weapon lifespan by 5 days)
      • Pyramid Armor Life Rock (100% chance to extend armor lifespan by 5 days)
      • Mystery Enhancer Identifier
      • Accessory Unique Enhancer Lv. 1
      • Superior Crafting Material
      • Crystals of Rarity
      • Crystals of Ultimate Rarity
      • Unobtainium (Worst Moon only)
  • Defend Mission
    • Requirements: Rank 70+.
    • Location: Triangle Land → Hole of Time → 9001: Ye Olde Pub → 9001: Mystic Forest → 9001: Near the ‘??? Generator’
    • Objective: Clear all 5 stages of the mission. Hold Shift to switch to Defend Mode.
    • Rewards:
      • Arena EXP
      • Proof of Mission
      • Access to Secret Lab
  • Prehistoric Mission
    • Requirements: Rank 70+
    • Location: Triangle Land → Hole of Time → –Infinity: Prehistoric Area → Entry Room
    • Objective: Go through a random set of rooms. The raid begins in Entry Room, and ends in Treasure Room. Each room has a special adjective.
      • Entry Room: Just kill monsters.
      • Warp Room: Warps you to a random room.
      • Patience Room: Just wait.
      • Reaction Room: Attack Green Bombs, don’t attack Red Bombs.
      • Chain Reaction Room: Similar to Reaction Room, but you must defeat the box for the bomb to spawn.
      • Dimensional Room: Hold Shift when the Powerful Snail gets close so you don’t take damage. When Shift key is held, you can neither deal damage nor take damage.
      • Speed Room: Kill the Anti–Snail. It’s very fast.
      • Luck Room: Kill the box, then kill the slimes. There are 3 different types of slimes, you’ll get 1 of those 3.
      • Power Room: Defeat the Power Stone before it explodes.
      • Water Room: Defeat the Elite Crab. This room is underwater, so you will drown if you don’t defeat it quickly.
      • Final Room: Defeat the Final Alien.
      • Treasure Room: Defeat the Alien Treasure.
    • Rewards:
      • Unlocks and improves “OM NOM NOM” skill
      • Proof of Mission
  • The Special Arena
    • Requirements: Rank 90+. Requires 1 entry.
    • Location: Advanced Training Zone → Deserted Alley → The Special Arena
    • Objective: Fight THE MEGABOSS and his minions in the time limit.
    • Rewards:
      • Proof of Training
      • Trophy (weapon with high Attack)
  • Tower of DOOOOOOM
    • Requirements: Rank 160+
    • Location: Pirate Ship → Mystic Path → Smiley Island → Tower of DOOOOOOM
    • Objective: Fight all monsters in the time limit. When there are no monsters on the screen, you can attack to TAUNT the next monster. Taunted monsters have extra stats, but also give increased rewards.
    • Rewards:
      • Proof of Training
      • A random DOOOOOOM weapon/armor piece
  • Secret Dungeon
    • Requirements: Rank 250+
    • Location: Binary Battlefield → Pokayman City → Secret Entrance → Secret Dungeon
    • Objective: Navigate in the Secret Dungeon with mouse or arrow keys. Find a red spiral in the dungeon and click on it to be moved to Final Chamber. In Final Chamber, defeat Chaos and CHAOS to win. Finish faster and clear more rooms to improve score. You can also click treasure chests to open them, which will give you rewards, increase your score and make CHAOS harder to beat (Note: players often say “X–chest” or “Xc” as in “clearing Secret Dungeon with X treasure chests opened”. In total, each dungeon has 20 normal rooms, 4 boss rooms and 10 treasure chests. You can also use Anti–Curse Potion before entering the Secret Dungeon to reduce the difficulty.
    • Rewards:
      • To–be–Nerfed Gems
      • Chaotic Fragments of Chaos
      • Ultimate Elemental weapons
      • Rain Bow (looted from “shinki, the bridge dweller”)
      • Wizard Armor (looted from "!!!!!")
      • Holy Glory Armor (awarded for opening all treasure chests)
      • Dark Angel Armor (awarded for beating Secret Dungeon with a score of at least 2,100)
      • Chaos Armor (awarded for beating Secret Dungeon with a score of at least 2,800)
      • Unique Enhancers
      • Mystery Enhancers
  • Spooky Crypt
    • Requirement: Rank 250+. Must have Spooky Crypt Key (0.5% chance to obtain when throwing 10 To–be–Nerfed Gems in Dark Pyramid entrance). Only one Spooky Crypt Key is needed for permanent access to the area.
    • Location: Binary Battlefield → Pokayman City → Secret Entrance → Spooky Crypt
    • Objective: Defeat as many monsters as possible. Monsters get harder as your kill streak increases. There’s no death penalty in this area.
    • Rewards:
      • Mystery Enhancer Identifier
      • Accessory Unobtainium Enhancers
      • Accessory Unique Enhancers
      • Dominator Gems (Trinket)
  • The Corruption
    • Requirement: Level 1,000+. Requires 1 entry.
    • Location: Brown mail icon that appears at X:15 and X:45 real life time
    • Objective: Defeat monsters. The power and reward of monsters scale based on your performance. You can press Shift + R to reset monster stats. When entered on Worst Moon mode, you will get to defeat Corrupted Giant Treeman, which drops Corrupted Elm Armor and Corrupted Bonus Rocks (usable on Elm/Corrupted Elm Armor only)
  • THE MEGABOSS’s Revenge
    • Requirements: Defeated THE MEGABOSS at least once. Requires 1 entry.
    • Location: Blue mail icon that appears at X:05, X:20, X:35 and X:50 real life time
    • Objective: Defeat THE MEGABOSS as many times as possible. THE MEGABOSS gets stronger after each round. The MEGA RAGE gauge fills as you attack and drops as you stop attacking, and as it fills, THE MEGABOSS becomes stronger. If the MEGA RAGE gauge fully fills, you lose. There is no death penalty in this area.
    • Reward:
      • THE MEGABOSS’s Earrings
      • Armor/Weapon Unique Enhancers
  • Endless Dungeon
    • Requirements: Cleared Secret Dungeon. Requires 1 entry.
    • Location: Purple mail icon that appears at X:30 real life time
    • Objective: Similar to Secret Dungeon, but the red portal takes you to the next floor instead of to the final boss. How long can you survive?
    • Reward:
      • Demon Slayer Armor
      • Dragon Slayer Armor
      • Chaotic Fragments of Chaos
      • Various other rewards


Rarity / Item Color

Item rarity is based on its stats. Rarity is shown in the color of the item name.

  • Common [Gray] – Below average stats
  • Common [White] – Average stats
  • Common [Blue] – 1 ~ 15 points over average stats
  • Uncommon [Yellow] – 16 ~ 35 points over average stats
  • Rare [Green] – 36 ~ 65 points over average stats
  • Epic [Cyan] – 66 ~ 105 points over average stats
  • Legendary [Purple] – 106 ~ 155 points over average stats
  • Artifact [Dark Green] – 156 ~ 255 points over average stats
  • Artifact [Dark Yellow] – 256 ~ 405 points over average stats
  • Artifact [Pink] – 406 ~ 705 points over average stats
  • Artifact [Red] – 706+ points over average stats

Item stat points can be gained when using Enhancers, or when the item levels up:

  • Attack: 1 per Attack on weapons, 2 per Attack on armor / accessories
  • Speed: 20 per Attack Speed on weapons, 40 per 5% Attack Speed on armor / accessories
  • Defense: 2 per Defense
  • Critical: 10 per 1% Critical Chance on weapons, 10 per 1% Critical Damage on armor
  • Dexterity: 10 per 1% Accuracy on weapons, 10 per 1% Evasion on armor
  • Health: 10 per 25% HP Regen on weapons, 10 per 1% HP on armor


Rings

Can be obtained as loot drops from monsters once you reach Rank 20. If you loot a Ring you already have, you will get Pixels instead and also gain some stats. Rings can be equipped in the “Change Ring” menu, and only one Ring can be equipped at a time. You lose all Rings upon death.

Some of the Rings can only be obtained in The Corruption and Secret Dungeon.


Robacon / Robroccoli

After reaching Rank 40 in the Battle Arena, you will be able to talk to Robacon / Robroccoli in Ye Olde Pub. You can give Robacon / Robroccoli a weapon by Ctrl + clicking a weapon in your inventory then clicking the weapon slot in the Robacon / Robroccoli popup. The weapon’s Rank requirement must be lower or equal to Robacon / Robroccoli’s Rank. When Robacon / Robroccoli is given a weapon, he will fight for you.

As Robacon / Robroccoli gains Rank, he will become stronger and get new skills, and can also equip higher Rank equipment.

You can switch between Robacon and Robroccoli by defeating a monster in Foodlandistan, an area accessible from Dragon Cave.


Skill Books

Refer to the loot drops that increase the maximum levels of your skills. Note that you still need to spend Skill Points to increase the skill level.


Skill Points (SP)

You need Skill Points to raise your skill level. The number of SP needed for each level is stated below:

  • Level 0 → 1: 1 SP
  • Level 1 → 2: 2 SP
  • Level 2 → 3: 3 SP
  • Level 3 → 4: 4 SP
  • Level 4 → 5: 5 SP
  • Level 5 → 6: 6 SP
  • Level 6 → 7: 7 SP
  • Level 7 → 8: 8 SP
  • Level 8 → 9: 9 SP
  • Level 9 → 10: 10 SP
  • Every level after that: 10 SP per level

You start with 16 SP. Whenever your Arena Rank increases, you gain 15 SP. After reaching Rank 500, you can loot 1,500 extra SP from monsters.

You can also reduce the skill level at the cost of some Pixels (free until Rank 70) and gain the SP back, or use an “SP Reset” (or spend Pixels) to reduce all skills’ level to 0 and gain all SP back. A free “SP Reset” is awarded every 10 times you finish Mission Kommander’s mission.


Spirit

When a Spirit weapon is equipped, MP becomes Spirit. For each piece of Spirit item you equip, your maximum Spirit is raised by 100%. In Spirit mode, you deal more damage as you gather more Spirit, and can use Spirit to cast powerful skills. Some of the Spirit skills (Enrage, Elemental Boost, Invincibility) can be looted from monsters.

If you use Spirit armor and accessories but don’t use a Spirit weapon, you lose 10% MaxMP per Spirit item equipped.

For more information on how to create Spirit items, see the “Enhance” section.


Stats

All stats are explained in details in the Stat screen when you mouse over any stat.

When mentioning the 6 basic stats (Attack Power, Defense Power, MaxHP, MaxMP, Accuracy, Evasion), people often say “soft cap” and “hard cap”. Soft cap refers to the stat limit at which you can no longer purchase it with Pixels. Hard cap refers to the stat limit at which you can no longer raise the stat by any means.

The soft cap of stats are as follows:

  • Attack Power: 65,000
  • Defense Power: 65,000
  • MaxHP: 650,000
  • MaxMP: 260,000

The hard cap of stats are as follows:

  • Attack Power: 90,000
  • Defense Power: 90,000
  • MaxHP: 900,000
  • MaxMP: 360,000
  • Accuracy: 18,000
  • Evasion: 18,000


Status Effects

There are two main types of status effects.

The first type is status effects you deal to monsters. These include:

  • Poison – Deal damage over time to the monster every second.
  • Weaken – Temporarily reduce the Attack / Defense of the monster.
  • Blind – Temporarily reduce the Accuracy / Evasion of the monster.
  • Stun – Temporarily stops the monster from moving.

The second type is status effects monsters deal to you. This can be negated with the use of Negate Effect bonus. These include:

  • Poison – You lose 10% of MaxHP every second.
  • Weaken – You lose 60% of Attack and Defense.
  • Blind – You lose 60% of Accuracy and Evasion.
  • Stun – You cannot attack (but can still use potions).
  • Slow – You lose 60% of your Attack Speed. Also affects the speed at which you can use recovery potions.
  • Potion Block – You cannot use recovery potions and the effect of your current buff is temporarily nullified.
  • Zombify – You lose 10% of MaxHP when using Heal skill instead of gaining HP.
  • Throw Soap – Part of the screen is censored, and you cannot see your HP, MP, Rage and status effects.

The following aren’t exactly “status effects”, but can also be negated with Negate Effect bonus:

  • Health Drain – The monster recovers HP based on the damage it deals to you.
  • Mana Drain – The monster drains your MP based on the damage it deals to you.
  • Attack UP – The monster permanently gains some Attack.
  • Defense UP – The monster permanently gains some Defense.
  • Accuracy UP – The monster permanently gains some Accuracy.
  • Evasion UP – The monster permanently gains some Evasion.

The following enemy skills allow them to inflict multiple status effects:

  • All – Poison, Weaken, Blind, Stun, Slow, Potion Block, Zombify
  • Doom – Stun, Slow, Potion Block, Zombify, Health Drain, Mana Drain
  • Stat UP – Attack UP, Defense UP, Accuracy UP, Evasion UP
  • Chaos – Poison, Blind, Throw Soap, Doom, Stat UP

Self–Destruct is not considered to be a status effect. It cannot be negated, and monsters with this skill will explode after getting hit once.

If a monster is silenced somehow, it will lose its skill, ranged attack and ability to rampage.


Unobtainium Enhancement

Unobtainium Enhancement can be applied to your equipment to raise the bonus tier, which increases the effect of green/orange/purple bonuses on your equipment.


Worst Moon (WM) + Apocalypse

These are two secret modes in the Battle Arena, which makes things harder but also increases rewards.

  • Worst Moon mode is activated by having either Invisible X ally or Worst Moon Gem trinket equipped. It decreases your stats and increases your rewards.
  • Apocalypse mode is activated by having both Invisible X ally and Worst Moon Gem trinket equipped. It further decreases your stats and increases your rewards.
 
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Reserve. Okay, I guess you can post now.

 
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That is amazing Mr. Tukkun!
I’m sure that new players will be very happy with this.

Thanks!

 
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You missed RNG :(

I’ll curse you if this is not added.

 
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You can also get MB keys from TBN gems.

 
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Who here remembers HCToDFRCMF+QA+G5?

Hard Core Tower Of Dooooom Full Rage Crafting Material Farming With Quick Attack With Glaive Glaive Glaive Guisarme Glaive.

 
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Shinki, I’m sorry, but that is the stupidest abbreviation I’ve ever seen. Abbreviations are meant to help, not be absurdly complicated and remove words entirely, ya know?

 
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There is one even more stupid one made by shinki. It’s the HCSCNPEEAI+QA (Hardcore Secret Crystal Nightmare Potion Elite Enhancer Anti-Idle with Quick Attack).

 
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Originally posted by SvartRuskTroll:

There is one even more stupid one made by shinki. It’s the HCSCNPEEAI+QA (Hardcore Secret Crystal Nightmare Potion Elite Enhancer Anti-Idle with Quick Attack).

Lol, I remember that one :P

 
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What about WTF (DWTATM) AYOASTMNSW?

 
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Originally posted by Aurian:

Shinki, I’m sorry, but that is the stupidest abbreviation I’ve ever seen. Abbreviations are meant to help, not be absurdly complicated and remove words entirely, ya know?

You are aware its a joke right…

Originally posted by SvartRuskTroll:

There is one even more stupid one made by shinki. It’s the HCSCNPEEAI+QA (Hardcore Secret Crystal Nightmare Potion Elite Enhancer Anti-Idle with Quick Attack).

This was the other one. Good times :D

 
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The BA terms section could maybe use a discussion of hardcore vs. casual.

 
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Originally posted by shinki12345:

Who here remembers HCToDFRCMF+QA+G5?

Hard Core Tower Of Dooooom Full Rage Crafting Material Farming With Quick Attack With Glaive Glaive Glaive Guisarme Glaive.

lolwut?

Originally posted by SvartRuskTroll:

There is one even more stupid one made by shinki. It’s the HCSCNPEEAI+QA (Hardcore Secret Crystal Nightmare Potion Elite Enhancer Anti-Idle with Quick Attack).

bwaa?

Originally posted by TheChaosNinja:

What about WTF (DWTATM) AYOASTMNSW?

uhh…

 
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On the BA Map where your stats get rated to see how strong you are compared to how strong the monsters are: what is LEV?

 
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Originally posted by Shiranui1111:

On the BA Map where your stats get rated to see how strong you are compared to how strong the monsters are: what is LEV?

Level of your…hmm, account.
If the monster has higher lvl than you, there is accuracy + damage penalty.

Originally posted by Shiranui1111:

Oh, wow now I feel stupid.
And thanks for the explanation why that is important. I didn’t even consider that that would have an influence.

No problem.

 
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Oh, wow now I feel stupid.
And thanks for the explanation why that is important. I didn’t even consider that that would have an influence.

 
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UAFAAIALTLvlFa – Use all features and anti idle a lot to lvl faster

 
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Please remove the enhanception part.

 
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Or mark it as outdated, so at least it still exists.

 
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Suggestion to avoid confusion: just SC is Spooky Crypt, SC1 and SC2 are the Secret Crystals. I suggested this in chat a little while ago, and people seemed to be ok with it.

 
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It seems that Megaboss Revenge should also be abbreviated MR. All of the other dungeons have two letter acronymns where one letter comes from the beginning of each word that makes up the name of the dungeon. In order to keep with the style of the abbreviation trend for dungeons, MR would make much more sense than MB or MBR.