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Guide d'installation

1 Exécutez BlackDesert_Installer_NAEU.exe pour installer le lanceur Black Desert.

2 Lancez le jeu une fois l'installation terminée.

Guide de l'aventurier

Battle Arena

Dernière modification : 22 févr. 2024, 11:13 (UTC)
The Battle Arena is a PvP content feature that can be used by any Adventurer Lv. 50 or above.
Since there are no restrictions other than the character level, you can enjoy PvP with other users quickly and easily.

How to Enter

First, you must have full health to enter the battle arena.
If you have full health, you can go to the main menu (hotkey: Esc) → War (F7) → Battle Arena to access it at any time, regardless of where you are.
 
 
Once you press the button, you’ll be able to select which instance of the battle arena you want to enter. That is because the battle arena is hosted on a different server from the one you’re usually in.
 
 
In order to exit the battle arena you must also have full health.
Additionally, you cannot leave if less than one minute has elapsed since you entered.
Exit it by pressing the same Battle Arena button from the main menu.
 
 
Please note that other actions, such as trying to go to the character selection screen, will also move you outside the arena.
 

Features

In the battle arena you will not receive any penalties (decrease in combat experience, magic crystal destruction, trade good destruction, etc.) due to character death, nor karma loss from defeating other Adventurers, so you can enjoy PvP with your opponents without worrying about these things.

 

Unlike other areas where you have to press “Alt+C” to activate PvP, here PvP is enabled by default within the combat zone of the arena. However, party members of the same party are excluded and cannot attack each other.

 

In addition to a free-for-all location for combat, the battle arena also has several NPCs to assist you, such as a skill instructor to help you with your character’s skills, a quartermaster to purchase cheap battle arena-only potions from, a vendor for trial characters, and the arena manager to enter 1:1 combat rounds.

 

Drill sergeants and wooden scarecrows are placed throughout the arena so that you can practice your skills and study how they work against both PvE monster enemies and human PvP enemies.

 

The wooden scarecrows are not subject to skill effects (stun, stiffness, knockdown, bound, etc.), but the drill sergeants are subject to them. This way you can practice your skills with or without taking these effects into account.

 

Practicing with the drill sergeants displays hit detection effects such as down attack, back attack, critical hits, etc.
Additionally, you’ll find that several of these drill sergeants are differentiated by their training level: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Depending on their level, they’ll react differently to your attacks.

 

It is recommended to practice here to build up your own combat flow and combos so you can then use them outside the battle arena.

 

 
➤ You can read more about how skills work on the [Skills] and [Skill Add-ons] pages.
 

Exclusive Items

In the battle arena, you can use normal potions to restore your character’s health, but you can also purchase and use the exclusive potions purchased from NPC Robb, the quartermaster, for the low price of 1 silver per unit. It goes without saying that, once you’re outside the battle arena, these potions become unusable.

 

You can find the quartermaster, Robb, in the middle of the arena.

 

 
Since the health restored and cooldown for these potions is the same as for normal potions, it is recommended to purchase and use them while inside the arena to save on silver.
Additionally, since their weight is 0.01LT per piece, the burden on carried weight is also reduced.
 
 

Other Uses

◈ Observer Mode

Adventurers who are still unfamiliar with PvP may want to study other Adventurers fighting each other before delving into the fray themselves.
If you go near any wall in the battle arena and press the walk backward key (S) in non-combat stance, you can lean against the wall.
Lean against the wall and press R to enter Observer Mode and view the ongoing battle from a safe distance.
 
 

For future reference, these actions, such as leaning against a wall or sitting on a bench or railing can be used in spaces other than the battle arena.

 

➤ You can read more about it on the [Observer Mode & Photo Mode] page.

 
 
◈ Trial Character

Adventurers who are not yet equipped with weapons and armor can create a trial character and enter the battle arena.

 

Trial characters can purchase equipment boxes that include high enhancement level weapons, defense gear, and accessories through NPC Haz.

 

You can have 3 trial characters per family. Skill points for them are provided, so you can directly experience and check all the character classes you want without any prior game time.

 
 
When you create a trial character, it is created at Lv. 60 and with a total of 4,000 skill points available. 100,000 silver are also given to purchase needed gear and consumables from the vendor for trial characters, Haz.
 
 

Furthermore, trial characters can also participate in the Red Battlefield PvP mode, which allows for a good experience to show off the skills you have honed in the battle arena.
However, note that travel outside of the battle arena and the red battlefield is not possible for trial characters.

 

➤ If you want to know more about trial characters, the red battlefield, and the basics of PvP, please check the [Red Battlefield], [Trial Character], and [PvP] pages.


* The content of the game guide may differ from the actual game content, depending on the update and content changes.

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