Frequently Asked Questions/FAQ
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11-17-11, 7:29 AM
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This thread serves to answer all questions regarding the system of Shiroku Highschool. It is currently still expanding and new questions will be added in the future.
If you possess any unanswered questions, feel free to post them and it will be added to the FAQ as soon as possible.
~ Character Information ~
What is the Status Points System?
Refer to the Character Creation Threads. Everything is explained there.
If you still have questions, do not hesitate to contact an admin.
How high can Attributes become?
By default Superior (x3) is the highest innate level one can achieve (Exception: Antagonists).
It is possible to reach a temporary niveau that is beyond Superior through the usage of
powers/abilities/environmental condition/items when in combat.
However, it is not possible to reach a level higher than Uber (x5) without an Attribute Burst.
This means that all buffs have no effect if an attribute is already at Uber.
Below is a chart displaying the different stages of attribute levels.
Rank E - Average (x1)
Rank D - Above-Average (x1.5)
Rank C - Exceptional (x2)
Rank B - Superior (x3)
Rank A - Extreme (x4)
Rank S - Uber (x5)
Rank EX - Burst (x10)
Also, it is possible for attributes to be temporarely weakened as well.
A "Cursed" attribute cannot be inflicted except through an Amalgam Art/EX-Burst.
Alternative Attribute Chart:
Rank F - Below-Average (x0.75)
Rank G - Low (x0.5)
Rank H - Inferior (x0.3)
Rank I - Terrible (x0.15)
Rank J - Insignificant (x0.05)
Rank Z - Cursed (x0.01)
Debuffs are inflicted the same way as buffs, through Rank Level Ups/Downs. For example, if a character had a Burst attribute from nothing (Rank Level Up by 10) and the opponent inflicts a Cursed attribute of the same kind (Rank Level Down by 10), they would cancel each other out achieving only the Average Status.
Below is a chart that displays the levels for each Rank.
Rank Level Attribute Chart:
Level 10 - Rank EX
Level 5 - Rank S
Level 4 - Rank A
Level 3 - Rank B
Level 2 - Rank C
Level 1 - Rank D
Level 0 - Rank E
Level -1 - Rank F
Level -2 - Rank G
Level -3 - Rank H
Level -4 - Rank I
Level -5 - Rank J
Level -10 - Rank Z
Can I redistribute my Points?
In fact, yes you can. However, your character can only do this ONCE
and you may not do it without notifying the administration first, otherwise your character
will be deleted. (Except if you have a really good excuse.)
In order to redistribute your points (therefore completely changing your initial outset) you
must first reach Rank V and apply to redistribute your points. This process is called "Points Redistribution".
You can apply in the "Points Redistribution" Thread.
What are Character Points?
Character Points are used to access Rank Threads to allow your character to gain Rank
Abilities. In essence they make your character stronger.
You can gain them through participating in events, defeating antagonists or as rewards for
special duties. You can also gain them by fighting a Virtual Training Administrator in the Virtual Training Room.
They ARE NOT Status Points which are used for powers/attributes.
What are Antagonists?
Antagonist are special in that their creation does not count towards your character limit. They are controlled by a volunteering user, willing to take their role and have to remain in their own specific area. They can only be created during events and exclusively in the Antagonist Creation Thread.
Features of an antagonist:
What are EX-Bursts?
EX-Bursts are ultimate attacks unique to each character. They wield the highest potential, capable of inflicting enormous amounts of damage, change the conditions and completely turn the tables. However due to their power, there are some conditions on when they may be used:
What are Amalgam Arts?
Amalgam Arts are cooperative techniques that rely on teamwork in order to be successfully executed. They rival even EX-Bursts in terms of power and can possibly even surpass them with the right amount of participants. Also, a character does not suffer from the same drawbacks, such as exhaustion, when performing an Amalgam Arts. Furthermore, they do not necessarily need to be powerful attacks only. They can also be area-wide power-ups, special environmental changes or even character fusion (only in special circumstances). As such, they are the true ace of a well-coordinated team, capable of easily dispatching single-unit enemies. Just like EX-Bursts, these powerful techniques also have some conditions:
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