The Cerulean Order and the Crimson Legion are rivals in the world of Blade & Soul, even though they share a common cause. When you first join a faction, you’ll be rewarded with a faction costume.
Blade and Soul World PvP
PvP & You
The Cerulean Order and the Crimson Legion are rivals in the world of Blade & Soul, even though they share a common cause. When you first join a faction, you’ll be rewarded with a faction costume. Equipping this costume will notify other players—and members of the factions—that you’re ready to fight. Putting on a faction costume not only flags you for PvP against members of the opposing faction, but also opens up daily faction quests and faction-specific Windstride ports (provided you’ve activated them).
Defeating an opposing faction member within a valid level range provides you with temporary PvP currency known as Prestige Points.
If PvP isn’t your thing, but you still want to earn some of these rewards, heading to a camp—PvP hubs where you’ll find PvP quests and vendors— will let you find non-player faction members to battle, which will also reward Prestige Points when defeated.
We hope you enjoyed this quick preview of faction costumes and PvP rewards!
If you defeat a player of the opposing faction, you are also able to steal their accumulated Prestige points. But be careful - they can do the same back to you!
Prestige is able to be traded for reputation within your faction, as well as for items and other rewards. The more opposing faction members you defeat, the more Prestige you can collect and trade in, and the greater the reputation and rewards you can obtain!
Prestige is something you build up and spend within a single play session; the moment you’re defeated or remove your PvP flag for any reason, you’ll lose any Prestige you have that hasn’t been spent on reputation or rewards. Your Prestige will also be reset by changing channels, taking a Windstride, leaving the zone or game, or unequipping your faction costume.
You start at Faction Rank 10, and through acquiring reputation, will progress all the way up to Rank 1. The maximum amount of Prestige Points you can collect increases as your Faction Rank increases. You can swap factions at any point, but if you do you’ll lose all reputation you’ve gained, and you’ll have to start
The Warring Factions spend their time battling over resources, and you’ll be able to see where they’re fighting by looking for the faction symbols present on the map:
A huge blade and soul suggestion
I love to play solo PVE most of the time, and DID enjoy doing dungeons with other players but I'll get back to that in a bit.
Shur if the class is that dependent on CC's for PvE
My first and most important question is, with this game being located in Korea (? I think that's where it's from) will my Satellite Internet screw with the game to the point that it's unplayable?
Blade And Soul VS Guild Wars 2
BnS is much more linear than Gw2, with far less content and quest variety. Nothing interesting to do besides fight, but the combat system is amazing so it's playing to it's strength there
Blade and Soul: just enjoy the game, not for the Moonstone
As other people have stated the players that already maxed out their gear want prices to remain the same so they can maintain a monopoly on the items.
Please nerf KFMs and Destros and SFs
I lost to them few times in arena as summoner. They too overpowered. I pvp only 10 times on my characters but these classes need nerf
We focus Assassin Class week on a Blade & Soul class
Similar to a Blade Master, Assassin skill availability is dependent on their stance: Stealth stance keeps the Assassin hidden from view, allowing them to deal massive amounts of damage on the unsuspecting