Attributes

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A character in Estiah is defined by his four fundamental attributes: Power, Dexterity, Intellect and Constitution. It should be noted that, in Estiah, intellect is not tied to magic and power not to melee. -- Estiah's character tutorial.

Unlike conventional RPGs, Estiah does not utilize experience points. Instead, a player's growth is tied directly to the development of their attributes. Increasing one's attributes is key to leveling up in Estiah. A character's attributes also determine which charms they may use, the jobs they may perform, and the classes they may specialize in.

Increasing Attributes

Attributes can be increased in several ways:

Character Growth

A character's growth is bounded. At most, a character may acquire only 900 attribute points via jobs, academy classes, or food. Once this limit is reached, the character will no longer be awarded attributes but will still earn gold or gain proficiency in skills. A character's growth is indicated on the character screen just below the level progress bar.

Mastering skills or drinking Elixirs may grant attribute points which do not count towards one's character growth limit.

Level

Level Attribute
Growth
Attribute
Maximum
Base
HP
Base
Spirit
1 4 4 40 18
2 4 8 45 19
3 5 13 50 19
4 10 23 56 20
5 10 33 62 20
6 10 43 68 21
7 13 56 75 21
8 15 71 82 22
9 15 86 89 22
10 15 101 97 23
11 20 121 107 23
12 20 141 117 24
13 20 161 128 24
14 20 181 139 25
15 20 201 150 25
16 25 226 162 26
17 25 251 174 26
18 25 276 186 27
19 25 301 199 27
20 25 326 212 28
21 30 356 225 28
22 30 386 239 29
23 30 416 253 29
24 30 446 267 30
25 35 481 282 30
Level Attribute
Growth
Attribute
Maximum
Base
HP
Base
Spirit
26 35 516 297 31
27 35 551 312 31
28 35 586 328 32
29 35 621 344 32
30 40 661 360 33
31 45 706 377 33
32 45 751 394 34
33 45 796 411 34
34 45 841 429 35
35 50 891 447 35
36 50 941 465 36
37 50 991 484 36
38 50 1041 503 37
39 50 1091 522 37
40 65 1156 542 38
41 80 1236 562 38
42 100 1336 582 39
43 100 1436 603 39
44 100 1536 624 40
45 100 1636 645 40
46 100 1736 667 41
47 100 1836 689 41
48 100 1936 711 42
49 100 2036 734 42
50 500 2536 757 43

Attribute Requirements

Attributes don't directly affect your character like other role-playing games. Instead, characters are limited in what they can do, or become, by their attributes. As characters develop they will satisfy many of these restrictions.

  • Most charms have a minimum requirement of two different attributes before a character can use them in their gears. More devastating charms have greater requirements.
    Example: A Steel Axe requires 109 Power and 73 Constitution to use. If a character does not meet these requirements, this charm cannot be placed in their gears.
  • Attributes determine which classes the character may become. As a character develops, the player should likewise develop the corresponding attributes. Each of the top-tier classes ("T3" classes) have a primary and secondary attribute. It's beneficial to decide which class a character will become early in development so the attribute requirements are clear and character growth can be planned.
    Example: A player wants to become a Novice. A Novice initiate requires 100 points in intelligence and 80 points in one of power, dexterity, or constitution. The character may not become a Novice until these requirements are met.
  • Most jobs have attribute requirements.

Power

See +Power Skills for skills which increase power.

Classes

Tier One

Tier Two

Tier Three (Pow as primary stat)

Tier Three (Pow as secondary stat)

Charms

Pow as primary stat

Pow as secondary stat

Dexterity

See +Dexterity Skills for skills which increase dexterity.

Classes

Tier One

Tier Two

Tier Three (Dex as primary stat)

Tier Three (Dex as secondary stat)

Charms

Dex as primary stat

Dex as secondary stat

Intellect

See +Intellect Skills for skills which increase intellect.

Classes

Tier One

Tier Two

  • Monk: requires 200 Int
  • Sage: requires 200 Int

Tier Three (Int as primary stat)

Tier Three (Int as secondary stat)

Charms

Int as primary stat

Int as secondary stat

Constitution

See +Constitution Skills for skills which increase constitution.

Classes

Tier One

Tier Two

Tier Three (Con as primary stat)

Tier Three (Con as secondary stat)

Charms

Con as primary stat

Con as secondary stat

Hit Points (HP)

Hit points measure a character's physical endurance. Most PvP and PvE battles are a contest of physical prowess, so the more HP you have the better your chance of survival. Hit points are increased via leveling and skills. See +HP Skills for skills which increase hit points.

Spirit

Spirit measures a character's mental endurance and restricts the number of charms you can use in a gear. When a character has used all their charms in a fight they will collapse from exhaustion. Spirit is increased via leveling and skills. See +Spirit Skills for skills which increase spirit.