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A death in NM means a loss of exp, depending on how good your “bless” is. At half bless, you will lose 0%, and it alters slightly depending on levels of bless between those two points.Hard Mode: A Hard Mode player receives 7 stat points per level, which offers more room for variation and to develop your own style.Some people have exceptionally strong NM characters in the high lvl50s .As a NM fighter, you want to kill safely and easily.· They receive 1 strength per level automatically · Fighters do not need parties. This is great so that a player does not have to wait for a party. Often a duo with a priest is a wonderful way to get good exp as the fighter can take on mobs normally too hard for him/her. The Modes One of the more unique aspects of Shaiya is the mode system.Once you have reached level 40 (it used to be 50) in a mode, you unlock the next mode and when you make a new character will have the option to choose that new mode. Lvl 70 is the highest level possible on all modes except Easy Mode, and Ultimate Mode is the final unlockable mode.
However, Hard Mode requires roughly 4 times the exp of Normal Mode. But excepting that happening again, your UM will be gone for good.
This does not mean you are invincible, far from it. An Ultimate Mode character should ALWAYS have at least one res rune on them at ALL TIMES.
A well-lapised NM player of the same level can still kill you. Now that you are sufficiently warned, the benefits of UM. You are, base stats in mind only, the strongest type of toon out there.
Normal Mode: Here is where the average new player should begin.
A Normal Mode player gets 5 stat points per level and 3 skill points per level. People generally play NM in order to unlock HM at level 40, but that is not always the case.
Note: It is impossible to change the mode of a character once the character has been created.