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Albion Online, You Should Buy Now!

Le 15 juin 2016, 05:49 dans Humeurs 0

I'm not a PvP person, I bought the game for trading (and transportation of goods for more albion gold), gathering, crafting. I love the idea of supporting my friends with high quality items the moment they ding to higher tier. I like just peacefully prancing around NPC merchants and feeding them.


And I want to tell you that don't wait until the game is released. Buy now. There is going to be a wipe soon, this will give you opportunity to screw around in the game with some cash.. get a personal feel for it. Once the wipe hits, you'll be back at square one with your stuff... again, you can be creative until the game is launched with NO repercussions of your real world purchased gear.


The games great, if you like Runescape, you'll love this. Plenty of PvP, decent PvE (I think they'll work on this, dungeons seem to be like end game, or maybe I'm just a noob) and GATHERING. So many mmorpgs drop the ball with what Runescape does so well. The gathering is Albion isn't as good as Runescape... YET, we're in beta... this game world is huge and I see good content updates. Support these devs, become a founder.


Oh, and games pretty lowly populated right now but that's only because the wipe is coming soon.


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Albion Online - The Hitchhiker's Guide to Albion

Le 7 juin 2016, 10:34 dans Humeurs 0

Hey Everyone, I've been meaning to put together a guide for newcomers for some time now and I finally have gotten around to it. I hope this helps some of you out, and if I've missed something or been incorrect at some point, let me know so I may correct it. This guide will mostly benefit new players, though some more advanced players may still find some interesting tips to use that will improve their experience and gameplay. Some of what I'm including may seem redundant for a lot of us veterans, but when I joined the game I was a little lost and this would have definitely helped me. I hope it may help some of you too!

Re-size chat-box & Customize:

If you select the gear icon in the upper left side of the chat-box window it will give you the option to “unlock” the window itself and you can now click-and-drag the box (must have your mouse over one of the tabs). You can also customize the individual tabs or add new ones, which can show more of less information such as whispers or loot drops, etc.


[Shift + Left Click] an item inside of a ‘loot drop' or chest and it will instantly be looted into your bag.

Resize your UI:

This may be old news to a lot of people, but I wanted to share it anyway. Since Albion is made for both PC and mobile, there is the option to have a larger UI for fingers; however, on PC we don't really need this enabled and a larger UI just means you will see less of what's happening in front of you. Click on your character portrait and access the Options menu, and then navigate to the Game Settings tab. Here you will see the checkbox for "Smaller HUD", and select it.

Switch Ability & Fame Progression bars:

By default the fame progression for Albion is shown at the bottom of your screen, while your abilities are displayed at the right. This may be just fine for some people. However, throughout the years there may be other people who have become accustomed to having abilities shown on the bottom of the screen instead. For those individuals, click on your character portrait and access the Options menu. Then navigate to the Game Settings tab. Here you will see the checkbox for "Spells at bottom of the screen", just select it.


Did you know that there are leader-boards in Albion? To my surprise I found a lot of people had no idea that there was a way of tracking an individual's progress as well as a guild's. To access the leader-boards, click on your character portrait and select "Rankings". From here you can view anything from the Kill Value from individual players, to the Fame totals of an entire guild. So get out there and make a name for yourself!

More Item Power (Destiny Board & Rerolling):

Almost every player should know that the higher an Item's Power is, the better its stats are. However, there are a couple of ways to improve the Item Power of an item you already have. The first way is through the Reroll feature available in every city from the NPC in the center of town. Doing this gives you a slight chance to increase the quality (normal, excellent, masterpiece, epic, legendary) of the item, thus also increasing its Item Power. The other way is to level another item(weapon or gear) from the same path in the Destiny Board. For example, if you use the Warbow and have it at max tier, or you're at a point where leveling it up again will take quite some time, you may want to start leveling the Longbow instead. This is because the Longbow is in the same category as the Warbow, and will give a (+8)Item Power bonus to each other weapon in that same category (each time the Longbow is leveled).

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Albion Online - How to Make Money

Le 7 juin 2016, 10:33 dans Humeurs 0

As a Albion Online beginner, we have nothing. So we need make money to improve ourselves. This guide will show you some ways, let's take a look.


Gathering is one of the most basic money making techniques in Albion but it also one of the most effective. Gathering t7+ resources can net you some large sums of silver. Gathering fiber's I can make around 200k per day at least. The key to gathering is to not be greedy and be effective. However if you're too scared to leave yellow's this is not for you. Gathering is only profitable in red/black zones.

Edit: It has come to my attention that it is profitable to gather t1-2 resources in blue zones and then sell them. I have researched this and it is indeed a strange but good moneymaking mthod.


Crafting is a method which if done correctly can net you millions in as little as a week. The secret to successful crafting is buying or getting resources at low prices and flipping them for profit. Use the profit to buy even more resources and keep on leveling you're crafting. Please note that crafting any .2 or .3's for serious profit will require a guild since you will need a massive amount of runes and souls for enchanting.


Refining is one of the less talked about skills in Albion with few people doing it solely for profit. The main idea behind refining is buying low like crafting and selling slightly higher. For example, I buy 400 6.4 fiber from the ah for 200k I then refine them and sell 430 (Crafting focus) 6.4 fiber for 300k. The only bottleneck for this is the markets. If you do this seriously you will most probably buy out everything within 2 days. (Or at least thats what happened to me).


Investing, this is where you'll make and lose big money. The most simple method of investing is buying gold when it's low and selling when it's high. For example 3 days ago the gold prices were below 87 and then went up to 97 later. If you had bought 100k gold that would have been 1 mil pure profit. Disclaimer: This is risk and don't risk what you can't lose.


PVP, it's the core of the game and it's insanely fun, if you're good at it you can make millions a day, if you're bad you can lose millions. I would only recommend pvp as a money making technique for those who have a strong economic base or another main profession to sustain they're losses.

Real Estate

I don't know much about this but I decided to add it here because of what I've heard. According to one of my guildmates, properly placed building can make up to 200k per day from tax's. However be warned the bids to buy property are well over 500k for most places.

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