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AdventureQuest Worlds Terminology


Previously owned by bnguyen101 named as Beginner Terminology

Have you ever played a role playing game before? Many of the players of AdventureQuest Worlds use terms such as farming, drops, guilds, memberships, etc. You might not be familiar with these terms as knowing about them will benefit your gaming experience in AdventureQuest Worlds. Read On!

Table of Contents

  • Terms
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations
  • Credits



A

Account Activation
During account creation, you will be required to enter an email address. After you are finished creating your account, you will be recommended to confirm your email. An automatic message will be sent to the entered email with a link. Going to the link will confirm the account. Doing so will allow you to unlock AdventureQuest Worlds game features, get 20,000 free Gold, have better account security and recovery, and keep up to date on brand new weekly releases.

Account Manager
The account manager is where you access things like your account info, AC items in your inventory, bank storage, the buy back shop, etc. You can also make changes to your account like your username, password, email, etc.

Action Bar
The action bar - which is located near the bottom of the screen - is where the active skills of your equipped class and several options reside. Options include the game menu, the Book of Lore, settings, your inventory, your house, etc.

Action Points
Action Points are the same as mana. It is the amount of energy your character has as shown as a blue bar. It's used to activate your class's skills and a certain amount is decreased depending on the skill. Action Points also automatically restores outside of battle. It can be restored faster by auto attack, resting, potions, or classes that have a skill to restore action points.

Adventure Coins
Adventure Coins are the secondary currency for AdventureQuest Worlds. They can be obtained from real world money or special offers. Using Adventure Coins, you can buy many special items.

Adventurer Enhancement
For levels 41-45, the Adventurer Enhancement improves your Strength, Dexterity, Intellect, Endurance, Wisdom, and Luck. This enhancement is no longer available.

AdventureQuest
AdventureQuest is the prequel to AdventureQuest Worlds and the first game made by Artix Entertainment. Like AQW, it is a free-to-play single-player web based fantasy role playing game.

AdventureQuest 3D: Legends of Lore
AdventureQuest 3D is Artix Entertainment's next big upcoming project and first three-dimensional game.

AdventureQuest BattleGems
BattleGems is Artix Entertinment's first mobile game. It is a free-to-play battle puzzle game available to play on iOS, Android, and Kindle Fires.

AdventureQuest Dragons
AdventureQuest Dragons is Artix Entertainment's second mobile game. It is a free-to-play idle clicker game available to play on iOS and Android.

AdventureQuest Undead Assault
Undead Assault is Artix Entertainment's third mobile game. It is a free-to-play endless runner game available to play on iOS and Android.

AExtras
AExtras are offers by third-party websites to help you earn AdventureCoins upon completion. Offers include signing up for a website, answer a survey, buy something, or sign up for a free trial. If you are eligible and you complete the offer, your account will automatically get the Adventure Coins. You can also complete AExtras on other AE websites to obtain other rewards such as Artix Points.

Aggro
Aggro refers to monsters that attacks players on sight without being provoked, unlike most monsters in AdventureQuest Worlds, who only attack you if you attack them.

AI
AI, or Artificial Intelligence, are characters not controlled by a player which come in the form of NPCs and monsters.

Akiba New Year
This is the AQW celebration of Chinese new years day.

Alignment
During the course of the story you choose to either align your character to Good (King Alteon) or Evil (The Shadowscythe). This will grant you access to specific shops and change the way some NPCs interact with you. At the beginning of the game, you can choose your alignment for free only ONCE. After that, you have to pay gold to change your alignment. You can currently change your alignment by paying 100,000 Gold to either King Alteon, who is located in Swordhaven, or Gravelyn, who is located in Shadowfall, which depends on which you are changing to.

Alpha Tester
Alpha refers to the very short period of the time in public testing before the Beta. Alpha and Beta testing was made available to all Guardians, Dragonlords and Star Captains.

Armor
Armor is clothing that goes over your current class look. Armor does not change the skills of the equipped class. While most armor is just aesthetic, some armor have boosts. Armor cannot be hidden unless unequipped. Armor level cannot be changed.

Artix Entertainment
The name of the company that created AdventureQuest Worlds. They also created AdventureQuest, DragonFable, MechQuest, EpicDuel, HeroSmash, Oversoul, and the mobile games BattleGems, AdventureQuest: Dragons, Undead Assault, and BioBeasts. They also created other online games.

Artix Points
Artix Points are bought with real money from the portal site. They can be bought with credit cards or Artix gift cards bought in stores. Artix Points can also be obtained by completing offers found on the portal site With these you can purchase exclusive upgrades for your character. You get better upgrades depending on the amount purchased.

Away From Keyboard
If a player stays inactive in-game for a certain amount of time, it will say "AFK", short for Away From Keyboard. This does not necessarily mean the player is not present, just that the player hasn't made an action in a while.



B

Badges
Badges are a set of achievements that are rewarded to you after fulfilling the requirements needed to obtain the badge. Though most badges don't give you a reward for completing them, there are some badges that give you rewards such as shops with free items, adventure coins, etc.

Ballyhoo
Ballyhoo is an NPC that provides advertisements for you to watch in-game. After watching an advertisement, you will rewarded with a specific amount of gold or even Adventure Coins. Ballyhoo can only used a certain amount of times per day.

Ban
This is a type of punishment given to players for breaking rules. This prevents players from logging into their accounts. This can either be temporary or permanent.

Bank
This is where you store items - not money - to free up space. You can store unlimited amounts of AC items, but you have to buy storage for non-AC items using Adventure Coins.

Bank Pets
Bank pets are a type of pet that allow you to easily access the bank just by simply clicking them.

Battle Bar
Battle Bar is a toolbar add-on for AdventureQuest Worlds. The toolbar tells you your Gold and AdventureCoin amounts. Clicking the Friends button will instantly bring up a friends list and tell you who is online. Includes Yahoo! Search that will earn you AdventureCoins!

Battleon
Battleon is the hub world of AdventureQuest Worlds where you find information about new releases, features, etc. In Battleon Town, you'll find shops and buildings for weapons, classes, pets, houses, etc.

Battle Pets
Battle Pets are a type of pet that can fight for you using battle pet classes such as Necromancer.

Beta Character
Beta refers to the pre-release public testing of AQW. This is an achievement on player character pages to show they were involved. Alpha and Beta testing was made available to all Guardians, Dragonlords and Star Captains. Beta Character signifies that an account was created during the Alpha or Beta testing. All Alpha and Beta players have Beta Character.

Beta Tester
Beta refers to the pre-release public testing of AQW. This is an achievement on player character pages to show they were involved. Alpha and Beta testing was made available to all Guardians, Dragonlords and Star Captains.

BioBeasts
BioBeasts is Artix Entertainment's fourth mobile game. It is a free-to-play aracde survival game available to play on iOS and Android.

Bludrut Brawl
Bludrut Brawl is a PvP map where two teams of eight players battle each other, the enemy's allies (monsters), and the enemy's team captain.

Book of Lore
The Book of Lore is located on your action bar in which you access information and/or quick access to a specific place or shop.

Bugs
A bug is something not intended to be in the game creating problems in your gaming experience.

BuyBack Shop
The Buyback shop, which is located in the Account Manager, allows you to repurchase any AC items that you may have sold or deleted. This even includes special offer items, LQS items, and rare items that you have previously purchased. Items dropped from monsters and quests are the only exception.



C

Canned Chat
Canned Chat is a type of server which all players playing in it will be unable to send messages to other players and can only use the phrases available. Canned Chat is not the same as being muted. If you are 13 or older or currently have an active membership, you will be able to used chat enabled servers. Even if you are a legend but are not 13 or older, you will still be able to use chat enabled servers until your membership expires.

Capes
Capes are pieces of equipment that go on your character's back. Other types of capes include scarfs, small characters that sit on your shoulder, flags, etc. Capes can be hidden without having to remove them. Cape enhancements are used to change the cape's level.

Carnival of Fortune
The Carnival of Fortune is where players could go to spin the Wheel of Doom or the Wheel of Destiny to win prizes. Both wheels have mostly the same prizes and drop rates. Legends get a free spin daily, while non-legends get a free spin monthly. To pay for a spin, you need to buy a Fortune Ticket which costs 200 Adventure Coins. This event is no longer available.

Chaos
Chaos is the alignment of the main antagonist of the 13 Lords of Chaos story arc, Drakath. It is not possible to align your character with chaos.

Chaos Brawl
Chaos Brawl is a PvP map where two teams of eight players battle each other, monsters, and the enemy's team captain. This map is based on the map called inchaos which no longer exists.

Character Page
The character page is where you can view you or someone else's avatar, equipped items, inventory, badges, etc. On your own character page, you can also save your avatar to use as a profile picture on social media. Legends can change the background to certain places in-game.

Chat
If you are in a chat enabled server, you will be able to talk to other players. You send messages using the chat bar located on the bottom left corner of your game screen.

Chat Pane
The chat pane located above the chat bar allows you to view messages sent by players who are/were in the same area as you, private messages, and announcements. This can be expanded, narrowed, scrolled, or hidden. Messages shown in chat pane reset after you log out or change servers.

Class
A class is a set of particular skills that your character can equip. Throughout the game, you will be able to acquire and equip other classes through gold, adventure coins, reputation, quest completion, etc. The first four classes you can equip are referred to as Starting Classes, which are either a Warrior, Rouge, Mage, or a Healer.

Class Points
When you first purchase a class, you will start at Rank 1. Class Points will allow you to rank up until you reach Rank 10. These are similar to experience points.

Cool Down
Cool down is the amount of time it takes for a skill to be ready for use after already being used.

Critical Hit
A critical hit is a strike that deals more damage than normal. A critical hit is indicated by big, orange numbers rather than white.



D

Design Notes
These keep information on updates added to the games. AdventureQuest Worlds has one located here.

Death Pit Brawl
Death Pit Brawl is a PvP map where two teams of eight players battle each other, monsters, and the enemy's team captain. This map is based off the Death Pit Arena map.

Developer
In AQW, developers are a type of players seen having a purple name above them, representing their status. They are the people who create new content for AdventureQuest Worlds every week. From writing quests and cutscenes to building weapons and armors to crafting the beautiful maps and backgrounds to programming the game so everything works.

Dexterity
Dexterity is a statistic that increases Haste, Hit Chance, and Evasion chance.

Difficulty
The difficulty of any said monster, represented in stars below their health bars. The more stars, the harder that monster is for it's level. Difficulty does not vary based on level, so players may find a 2 or 3 star enemy easy to kill once they have surpassed its level. High difficulty monsters are more likely to require greater amount of skill, strategy, players, your knowledge of your current class, and overall gaming experience.

Docile
Docile, or non-aggro, refers to monsters who attack a player if that player attacks them. Most monsters in AdventureQuest Worlds are docile, however, some monsters have aggro.

Doom Arena
Doom Arena is a PvP map where two players duel in a fight to the death. This is currently the only 1v1 PvP map available.

DragonFable
DragonFable is the second game made by Artix Entertainment. It is a free-to-play single-player web based fantasy role playing game.

DragonLords
DragonLords are players that upgraded in Artix Entertainment's second game, DragonFable. Linking the upgraded DragonFable account to your AQW account will allow you to get exclusive items found in shops throughout AdventureQuest Worlds. The main DragonFable shop can be found in-game by typing the command "/join tower" in the chat box. Inside the tower you will find a room with the DragonLord shop as well as two other upgrade-exclusive shops for the other previous games AdventureQuest and MechQuest.

Drop
Sometimes when you win a battle or complete a quest you may get experience, gold, or even an item which on a monster and/or quest is called a drop. Also known as loot.

Drop Rate
Drop Rate is the chance of a monster or quest dropping an item. If it is a drop that is easy to obtain, it's common and it has a very high drop rate. Some have very low drop rates and takes a long time to obtain. Keep in mind, not every drop has a confirmed drop rate.



E

Emote
An emote is when make your do a character do a certain gesture by putting a / before the action. For example, entering /dance will make your character dance.

Endurance
Endurance is a statistic that directly contributes to your total Hit Points.

Enhancements
Enhancements are applied to items in your inventory to keep up with your increasing levels. Each enhancement increases certain statistics for a certain amount. They differ depending on equipped enhancement.

EpicDuel
EpicDuel is the fifth game made by Artix Entertainment. It is a free-to-play web based Science Fiction Player versus Player game.

Evil
Evil is the alignment of Empress Gravelyn of Shadowfall. Gravelyn will allow you to complete Evil reputation quests or switch your alignment if you're not already aligned with Evil.

Experience Points
At the beginning of the game, your character starts at level 1. Experience points help you increase your level until level 65. You can obtain experience points from monsters and quests.



F

Factions
These are groups of NPCs throughout Lore. Do quests for them and you will earn Reputation, increasing your rank among the factions as you prove your loyalty to them.

Farming
Farming in any RPG is when you repeatedly play or battle on a specific quest, area, storyline, or monster to achieve something for your character. Players often farm for experience, gold, items, etc.

Featured Artist Shop
A Featured Artist Shop includes items created by a specific artist. These items are usually centered around the NPC representing the artist.

Fighter Enhancement
The Fighter Enhancement increases your Strength, Dexterity, and Endurance stats. This Enhancement also buffs your Attack Power, Hit Chance, and Hit Points. Some Classes that benefit most from Fighter Enhancements are Blood Ancients, DoomKnights, and Defenders. Fighter Enhancements are sold by Thok the Warrior Trainer in the Trainers Lodge in Battleon Town, Galanoth the Dragonslayer in Vasalkar’s Lair, and Dusk the DoomKnight in Shadowfall.

Flaming
Flaming is when a player says something offensive targeting another player.

Founder
Founders are players who upgraded to Legend before November 17th, 2008 at midnight. These players gained founder status, shown as an achievement on their character page, and access to the game's first rare annual pet, the Platinum Dragon and the Armored Platinum Dragon in October 2009

Frame Rate
Frame rate is the frequency of which frames are displayed. In most games, the frame rate is usually 30 or 60 frames per second. The frame rate can drop usually due to a poor connection, items that use animations, etc.

Frostval
This is AE's version of Christmas. Occurs every December.



G

Gold
Gold is the standard currency for AdventureQuest Worlds. It can be obtained by killing monsters, selling items, completing quests, and watching advertisements provided by Ballyhoo in-game. You can use it to buy items.

Good
Good is the alignment of King Alteon of Swordhaven. King Alteon will allow you to complete Good reputation quests or switch your alignment if you're not already aligned with Good.

Guardian
Guardians are players that upgraded in Artix Entertainment's first game, AdventureQuest. Linking the upgraded AdventureQuest account to your AQW account will allow you to get exclusive items found in shops throughout AdventureQuest Worlds. The main Guardian shop can be found in-game by typing the command "/join tower" in the chat box. Inside the tower you will find a room with the Guardian shop as well as two other upgrade-exclusive shops for the other previous games DragonFable and MechQuest.

Guild
In many online games, you and your friends can join in one group together with awesome perks. They are called many different names depending on what you're playing, such as clan, army, alliance, etc. In AQW, it is called a guild. If you are a Legend, you can create and invite up to 15 players into your guild. The number of players allowed in the guild can be expanded up to 50 players by paying Adventure Coins. You can also join in other guilds whether you are a Legend or not. Your guild name will appear under your username on your name tag above your head.

Global Cool Down
When a skill is used, all other skills except auto-attack have an extremely brief cooldown called global cooldown. This prevents more than one skill being used simultaneously.



H

Harvest Day
This is AQW's celebration of the Harvest Festival / Thanksgiving Day.

Haste
Haste reduces the cooldown on all of your attacks and spells, including Auto Attack, by a certain percentage.

Healer Enhancement
The Healer Enhancement adds a significant amount of Intellect and Endurance with some Wisdom buffs. Some Classes that benefit most from Healer Enhancements are Acolytes, Bards, and Elemental Dracomancers. Speak with Juvania the Healer Trainer in the Trainers Lodge in Battleon Town to get Healer Enhancements.

Health Points
The amount of life your character has as shown on a red bar. It can be increased by leveling up and enhancements. Once it reaches zero, you have to wait ten seconds to come back to life, or respawn, at the start of the map. Health is automatically restored outside of battle. It can be restored faster by resting. Other methods of regaining health are using potions or classes that have a skill to restore health such as a Healer.

Helms
Helms are pieces of battle equipment that cover the head of your avatar. Other types of helms include hoods, faces, hairstyles, etc. Helms can be hidden without having to remove them. Helm enhancements are used to change the helm's level.

Hero
In AQW, if you are not an upgraded legend at the time, you are considered a hero. This is also referred to as a non-legend or non-member.

Heroes Heart Day
Heroes Heart Day is AE's version of Valentines Day. Occurs every February.

HeroMart
HeroMart is the official online store of Artix Entertainment where you can purchase real life items and even in-game items with it. For example, purchasing the Artix Action Figure will also get you a code for you to use to obtain the Paladin Highlord Class.

Hub Town
The hub town is where every player starts the game every time they log in. The name of the hub town in AdventureQuest Worlds is called Battleon.

Hybrid Enhancement
The Hybrid Enhancement improves Strength, Intellect, Dexterity, and Endurance stats, helping buff your Attack Power, Spell Power, Haste, Hit Chance, and Hit Points. Melee and Magical based heroes find Hybrid Enhancements very useful, although some Classes like Evolved Clawsuits, Ninjas, and Paladins benefit the most. Hybrid Enhancements are offered by Mazumi the Ninja Trainer in Greenguard Forest, Artix the Paladin in the Swordhaven Inn, and Tarvarya the Rustbucket Trainer at the Crash Site.



I

Intellect
Intellect is a statistic that increases Magic Power, which boosts magical damage.

Inventory
Your inventory is where you keep all of your items such as weapons, capes, helms, pets, etc.



L

Lag
Lag is a problem faced while playing the game that can ruin your game experience. It's caused by poor communication between your computer and AQW server. It causes a lot of issues like delay in chat, delay in opening shops or buying stuff, delay in deleting items, delay in movement, disconnections, etc.

Legend
Formerly known as members, legends are users that used real-world money to get exclusive in-game features in AdventureQuest Worlds. Their name tags are blue rather than white to represent their status. Legends will also get a "member" achievement on their character pages (even if said player is no longer a Legend they will still keep the achievement), and rewarded with the Legendary Hero and Dark Legendary Hero classes.

Limited Quantity Shop
Limited Quantity Shops are groups of items sold together each with its own set quantity. Once the gear has sold out, they are no longer available for purchase. These items are non-refundable.

Lorepedia
Similar to the Wiki, the Lorepedia is where you can find information on AdventureQuest Worlds such as walkthroughs, classes, guilds, etc. The Lorepedia can be found in the Book of Lore and on the website.

Luck
Luck is a statistic that offers moderate overall improvement in combat.

Lucky Enhancement
The Lucky Enhancement adds a huge amount of Luck stats and slightly improves all other stats. The higher your Luck, the greater the chance at landing a Critical Strike. Every Class in AQWorlds benefits from Lucky Enhancements. Lucky Enhancements are sold by Cysero the Mad Weaponsmith in Yulgar’s Inn.



M

Mana Points
Mana is the amount of energy your character has as shown as a blue bar. It's used to activate your class's skills and a certain amount is decreased depending on the skill. Mana also automatically restores outside of battle. It can be restored faster by auto attack, resting, potions, or classes that have a skill to restore mana.

Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game
AQW is a type of game called a massive multiplayer online role playing game, MMORPG for short. A MMORPG is an online role-playing video game in which a very large number of people participate simultaneously.

Master Account
A Master Account can be created at portal.battleon.com/ to link and safeguard your AdventureQuest Worlds (and other Artix Entertainment games) accounts. It is required to buy a membership. You can also get prizes from contests and Heromart.

MechQuest
MechQuest is the third game made by Artix Entertainment. It is a free-to-play web based Science Fiction role playing game.

Member
Now called legends, members are users that used real-world money to get exclusive in-game features in AdventureQuest Worlds. Their name tags are blue rather than white to represent their status. Members will also get a "member" achievement on their character pages (even if said player is no longer a member they will still keep the achievement), and rewarded with the Legendary Hero and Dark Legendary Hero classes.

Membership
A membership can be bought for your AdventureQuest Worlds character with real world money for your game account. Doing so will unlock exclusive in-game features for a limited time which is dependent on what membership is bought. You can buy either a one, three, six, or twelve month membership. It is redeemed through your Artix master account. It can be bought at https://www.aq.com/order-now/direct/.

Moderator
In AQW, moderators are a type of players seen having a golden name above them, representing their status. They monitor the game and players to see if everything is going smoothly. Chosen by the AQW staff team.

Moglin-Safe Server
A Moglin-Safe Server is a type of server which all players playing in it will be unable to send messages to other players and can only use the phrases available.

Mogloween
Mogloween is AE's version of Halloween. Occurs every October.

Monsters
Monsters are enemy AI who, upon defeat, can drop experience points, gold, and items. Most monsters are attack when provoked, but some monsters have the ability to attack players on sight without provocation.

Mute
This is a type of punishment given to players for doing things such as swearing that are against the rules. This revokes the player's chat privileges for a certain amount of time.



N

Necklaces
Necklaces are items that can give additional HP during PvP matches when equipped.

Newbie
A newbie is a common term used by players referring to players new to the game. Players also tend to call a player a newbie if said player is not good at the game, regardless of how long they have been playing the game.

Not Yet Implemented
When a skill says it is "Not Yet Implemented" it means even though said skill is in game, it isn't working as intended and is not usable at the time.

NPCs
NPCs, or non player characters, are characters who usually have a "!" mark above their head. In most cases, NPCs give quests, allow you to access shops, give you information, etc.



O

One-Eyed Gem Enhancement
The One Eyed Gem Enhancement buffs all of your stats and has a chance to produce a fireball during battle, but is only available at levels 20 and 30. Complete Mr. Wavell’s quests in the One-Eyed Doll backstage area to receive the One Eyed Gem Enhancement. This enhancement is for Legends only.

OverSoul
OverSoul is the sixth game made by Artix Entertainment. It is a free-to-play web based Player versus Player MMO Card game



P

Party
Forming a party will create a temporary group of players that you invite or who are invited. A party can be up to six players. This will help keep players together easily, usually formed to complete a certain task.

Pets
Pets are equipable companions that sit by your avatar's side. They can be purchased with a membership or Adventure Coins.

Player Support
Player Support are team members who read your emails and fix problems you may have with your account. Player Support members have golden names in-game.

PvE
PvE, or Player versus Environment, refers to when a player is battling monsters rather than other players in the game.

PvP
PvP, or player versus player, is where you and another player can either battle one-on-one in the Doom Arena or eight player teams battle each other in Bludrut Brawl. To enter a random duel, /join doomarena and select 1V1 PVP against strangers that are currently entering PVP also. To duel someone specific, enter /duel and put the player you wish to duel in the chat box. To enter a 8-on-8 match, /join bludrutbrawl. There is more than one 8v8 map, but the most common is Bludrut Brawl.

Portal
This is where you create your master account. Here you can link and manage your game accounts and/or create new ones. You can buy upgrades with Artix Points.

Potions
Potions are items that you can equip and use to affect your stats for a brief period of time. Potions can only be used once and can be stacked.

Public Test Realm
A public test realm is a special server for players to help AE test things in AQW. It is only made available for short periods of time and are announced by staff in-game and in the Design Notes.



Q

Quests
Quests are tasks given to you throughout the game usually provided by NPCs. You might be able to get rewards like gold, experience points, or items.

Quest Pets
Quest Pets are a type of pet that provide their own quest which can be accessed by pressing "!" button located above their head. You can also access other quests given by these pets even if you do not own the pet.

Quibble Coinbiter's Shop
Quibble Coinbiter is a NPC who occasionally visits Battleon to sell items which become rare once he leaves. The items in his shop will always be different each time he returns.



R

Rare
When something "goes rare", if you did not obtain it you are no longer able to obtain it ever anywhere in the game. However, if you have already purchased the rare, you can still keep it. If you had sold a rare AC item, you can still purchase it again in the buyback shop.

Rarity
All weapons, helms, armor, and capes have specific rarities. This determines the availability and exclusiveness of said item. Classes and other items, however, do not have rarities.

Release
In AdventureQuest Worlds, there will be new additions added to the game every week. That is called a release. You can easily find many of AQW's huge history of releases in the game's Design Notes here.

Reputation
Used to increase your rank within Factions, much in the same way class points and experience points work. Reputation is gained by completing specific quests and will allow users to gain access to the items in the faction shops as they rank up.

Respawn
During battle, your character will start to take damage. If your health reaches zero, you'll have to wait a couple seconds to continue at the start of the map.

Rest
Using rest makes you drop to your knees and restore your lost health and mana points.

Role Playing Game
Aside from being a MMO, AQW is also a type of game called a role-playing game, RPG for short. A RPG is a game in which players take on the roles of imaginary characters who engage in adventures, typically in a particular computerized fantasy setting overseen by a referee.



S

Safe Zone
During an eight versus eight player versus player brawl, players will start and respawn at an area called a "safe zone", which players from the opposing side cannot enter and cannot harm the players inside.

Seasonal Rare
A seasonal rare is anything that is not obtainable/accessible to the general public, yet returns to the game every so often, usually yearly, during an event.

Server
A server is one of the game's "realms" with different players to keep the game organized and less cramped. All servers have a limit to how many players it can hold. A Canned-Chat server is a default server for players under the age of 13 in which they are unable you use free chat. Chat-Enabled servers can be accessed if you are 13 or older and have confirmed your email with the directions located here or open temporarily based on the time span of your membership. As a Legend, you can also enter Legend-only servers.

Shops
Shops are located in many maps throughout AdventureQuest Worlds, usually found by clicking a "!" bubble above an NPC's head or by clicking a specific item or object on-screen. Shops contain various items in which you can use gold or adventure coins to buy. There are special shops called merge shops in which you can trade the requested items from your inventory to get the new item.

Shut Up and Take My Rares! Contest
A contest held on the first tuesday of every month where you can participate in a raffle to win rare items. This contest is no longer available.

Skills
Skills are techniques or abilities that a class uses. It can be used boost power, use stronger attack, restore health or mana, etc. Passive skills are learned through ranking up to a specific rank, the skill remains active as soon as you unlock it and doesn't need be activated and it cannot be removed when unlocked.

Spam
Spam can be classified as either sending the same messages repeatedly or sending irrelevant or inappropriate messages. Common forms of spam are advertising, harassment, trolling, etc.

Special Offer
Special offers are rewards gained through buying items from HeroMart, completing a specific achievement, or other special methods.

SpellBreaker Enhancement
SpellBreaker Enhancements increase Intellect, Dexterity, Endurance, and Luck, helping improve your Magic Power and Critical Strike chance. Many Caster-type Classes benefit from the SpellBreaker Enhancement, like MindBreakers, Shamans, and Sorcerers. Speak with Rayst the Master of the Tower in Arcangrove to buy SpellBreaker Enhancements.

SpitFire Enhancement
Much like the Adventurer Enhancement, Spitfire buffs all of your stats across the board, but has a special added bonus: the chance of unleashing fireballs upon your foes during battle! Spitfire Enhancements can only be applied to your Weapons, and are only available for Legends. Talk to Twilly in Battleon to purchase this enhancement.

SponZard
This button is found randomly in Battleon, will get you some nice free stuff that has been sponsored by some of AQW's friendly advertisers.

Staff Members
The Artix Entertainment staff Members do not help in any of the other groups (wiki and forum mods, website testers, etc) but do so many things for our other games or community sites! They have teal name tags in-game.

Star Captain
Star Captains are players that upgraded in Artix Entertainment's third game, MechQuest. Linking the upgraded MechQuest account to your AQW account will allow you to get exclusive items found in shops throughout AdventureQuest Worlds. The main Star Captain shop can be found in-game by typing the command "/join tower" in the chat box. Inside the tower you will find a room with the Star Captain shop as well as two other upgrade-exclusive shops for the other previous games DragonFable and AdventureQuest.

Statistics
Statistics show each of your attributes and what you are strong in and the ones you are lacking in. Stats tend to change and vary based on level, class, and enhancements.

Storage
Your inventory, bank, house inventory, and guild all have a limited amount of items/players that it can hold. This storage can be expanded by using Adventure Coins.

Strength
Strength is a statistic that increases attack power, which boosts physical damage.



T

Talk Like A Pirate Day
A pirate-themed celebration that takes place on September 19th.

Temporary Items
Temporary Items are items that are placed in your temporary inventory that are not kept. They appear for storylines, defeating specific enemies, or using a certain skill on a certain class. They are removed when you log out or switch servers.

Tester
Testers check the releases made by the developers before it is implemented into the game. However, they are not in-game moderators so they cannot mute, kick out, or ban any players. Testers have green name tags in-game.

Thief Enhancements
Thief Enhancements primarily increase your Dexterity stats, with some added Strength and Endurance. The higher your Dexterity, the higher your Haste and Hit Chance. Some Classes that benefit most from Thief Enhancements are DeathKnights, Dragonlords, and Rogues. Seek out Metrea the Rogue Trainer at Battleon Town’s Trainers Lodge and Elissa Keelhaul the Pirate Trainer in Lolosia to obtain Thief Enhancements.

Treasure Chest
Treasure Chests are items dropped by any monster in the game that, when opened, yield great rewards. In order to open them, you have to obtain Treasure Chest keys from the NPC named Twilly in Battleon, the hub town. One key costs 200 Adventure Coins. Legends can obtain two free Treasure Chest keys for free once a month.

Trolls
Not to be confused with the mythical creatures, trolls are players who do or say certain things to annoy or offend other players. If you happen to encounter this type of player, it's best to ignore them.



U

Upholder
Upholders are users who contributed to AQW through purchasing Membership between October and November, AQW's anniversary period, of the corresponding year.



W

Wars
Wars are events that require the turning in of a set amount of medals dropped from defeat of monsters to complete. Wars have War Meters, which keeps count of how many waves people have completed across ALL servers. Once the meter hits 100%, the war boss will be released.

Weapons
A weapon is a type of battle equipment that you use to attack enemies. Types of weapons include swords, daggers, axes, maces, bows, staffs, polearms, etc. Weapon enhancements are used to change the weapon's level.

White Hats
White Hats are former hackers who have vowed to use their very specific set of skills and knowledge of programming and/or web development to help keep AQWorlds safe. White Hats have dark red name tags in-game.

Wisdom
Wisdom is a statistic that increases Hit chance, Crit chance, and Evasion chance.

Wizard Enhancement
The Wizard Enhancement increases Intellect, Wisdom, Luck, and Endurance stats, which helps buff your Spell Power to boost your magical damage. Some Classes that benefit most from Wizard Enhancements are ChronoCorruptors, Paladin Slayers, and Vindicators of They. Speak with Arcana the Mage Trainer at the Trainers Lodge in Battleon Town to buy Wizard Enhancements.



Abbreviations and Acronyms
Shorten versions of terms

  • AC - AdventureCoins
  • Acc - Account
  • AE - Artix Entertainment
  • AEF - Artix Entertainment Forums
  • AFK - Away From Keyboard
  • AI - Artificial Intelligience
  • AK - ArchKnight
  • AoA - Armor of Awe
  • AoE - Area of Effect
  • AP - Action Points
  • AQ - AdventureQuest
  • AQC - AdventureQuest Classic
  • AQ: Dragons - AdventureQuest: Dragons
  • AQW - AdventureQuest Worlds
  • AQ3D - AdventureQuest 3D: Legend of LORE
  • BB - Bludrut Brawl/ BioBeasts
  • BG - BattleGems
  • BLOD - Blinding Light of Destiny
  • BOA - Blade of Awe
  • BOF - Battleon Forums
  • BoL - Book of Lore
  • CAD - Ctrl+Alt+Del
  • CC - Color Custom
  • Char Page - Character Page
  • CP - Class Points
  • Cys - Cysero Server
  • Dev - Developer
  • DF - DragonFable
  • DN - Design Notes
  • DoT - Damage over Time
  • DPS - Damage per Second
  • DvN - Dage vs. Nulgath War
  • ED - EpicDuel
  • ESV - Evil Sir Ver Server
  • Evo - Evolved
  • Exp - Experience Points
  • F13 - Friday the 13th
  • FA - Featured Artist
  • FL - Friends List
  • FPS - Frames per Second
  • Gal - Galanoth Server
  • HM - HeroMart
  • HoT - Heal over Time
  • HS - HeroSmash
  • LoC - Lord of Chaos
  • Mem - Member
  • Mod - Moderator
  • MP - Mana Points
  • MQ - MechQuest
  • NYI - Not Yet Implemented
  • Nyth - Nythera Server
  • NPC - Non Player Character
  • OP - Over Powered
  • OS - OverSoul
  • PL - Party Leader
  • PM - Private Message
  • PT - Party
  • PTR - Public Test Realm
  • PvE - Player versus Environment
  • PvP - Player versus Player
  • QOM - Queen of Monsters
  • Rep - Reputation
  • Saf - Safiria Server
  • SS - ShadowScythe
  • SUATMR - Shut Up And Take My Rares! contest
  • SV - Sir Ver Server
  • TC - Treasure Chest
  • TLPD - Talk Like A Pirate Day
  • TMBG - They Might Be Giants
  • UA - Undead Assualt
  • WoD - Wheel of Destiny / Wheel of Doom
  • XP - Experience Points




Credits
Guide's contributors and resources

How to Play guide
http://forums2.battleon.com/f/tm.asp?m=16018063

Adventure Quest Worlds Wiki:
http://aqwwiki.wikidot.com/

Adventure Quest Worlds Wiki Glossary:
http://aqwwiki.wikidot.com/glossary

AQW Abbreviations and Acronyms
http://aqwwiki.wikidot.com/abbreviations-acronyms

AdventureQuest Worlds Help Page:
http://www.aq.com/about.asp

AdventureQuest Worlds Lorepedia:
http://www.aq.com/lore/

Chronicle of Releases
http://aqwwiki.wikidot.com/chronicle-of-releases

Guide to AE Team Members
http://aq.com/gamedesignnotes/colorednameguide-5206

Frag the Lag
http://www.aq.com/gamedesignnotes/frag-the-lag-1990

AQWorlds Battle Bar!
http://www.aq.com/aeXtras/toolbar/

AQW Enhancements
http://www.aq.com/lore/enhancements

Special Thanks:

  • bnguyen101 - Original creator
  • Zyrain - Allowing me to create this and for the glossary link
  • Van Fanel - for Mod Vs Dev Vs Tes link
  • Shadowhunt - All of the good suggestiions and links


< Message edited by Jake Harrison -- 6/6/2017 21:09:44 >
DF AQW  Post #: 1
11/15/2014 8:50:34   
  Zyrain
The Arcane


A great start to the guide! You can always use the AQW Wiki's Glossary to help if you get stuck for terms to add, though credits must be given.

Although you're using bold, underline and italics; at the moment (aside from the guide title) the main bulk of the guide is all in black and the regular size. This makes it hard to separate the guide in the reader's eyes. Try using different sizes and colors for your sub-headings to help space out the guide so the reader can easily identify which section they are viewing. See A Guide to Guides for more information.

My last point is the line-break tag. This is how they should be spaced to create an even gap between he lines:
quote:

TEXT

[hr]
TEXT

Once the guide becomes more detailed, I shall post some more feedback. Keep up the great work!
AQ DF MQ AQW Epic  Post #: 2
5/31/2015 23:35:55   
bnguyen101
Member

Nice work, man! Anyways, you spelled my name wrong LOL.
AQW  Post #: 3
6/1/2015 18:49:48   
Jake Harrison
Member

@bnguyen101 Oh sorry about that! There's not really a spell check for your name, though. Anyways, thanks.
DF AQW  Post #: 4
6/21/2015 19:33:02   
Van Fanel
Member

You might want to add somewhere that not only Moderators have golden names. Also adding Testers and Developers would be better.
This link might help you for the description.

Also found a part where you are slightly mistaken
quote:

A seasonal rare is available at a specific time once a year.

It's not necessarily once a year, considering that the Voltaire events re-appear on Friday 13th and we sometimes have more than one per year, so I'd delete the "once a year"


< Message edited by Van Fanel -- 6/21/2015 19:37:15 >
Post #: 5
6/22/2015 15:18:49   
  Shadowhunt
Snow Angel, Bug Hunter, Class Tester


Ready, set, review! Going to do a little nitpicking so you don't have to! Keep in mind these are all just suggestions and are based in my opinion so you don't necessarily have to make any/all of them. Different sections correlate to yours in the guide.



-Under "server": Capitalize the two times you say "legend" so that it is clear you're talking about the title of Legend. Also, I believe you have to be over the age of 13 as well as confirm your email in order to use the chat servers.
-Under "Lag": You say "I" instead of "it". I'd also sort of disagree with glitches/bugs being included as a part of lag. This DNs post has some very useful information on lag.
-Under "membership": You say "limited time" twice, it doesn't seem really necessary to have them both. One can be useful since packages stack and thus you don't necessarily only get 1, 3, 6, or 12 months of membership but it might be good to mention these are the packages.
-Under "release": Capitalize "Design Notes" and add a period to the end of this one. You may also want to include the Wiki's Chronicle of Releases. Not as handy as the DNs a lot of the time, but it has everything on it.
-Under "bugs": Remove the "similar to lag" part, since (as mentioned before) lag and bugs aren't really the same thing.
-Under "chat": Maybe include that the chat pane can be expanded, scrolled, and hidden.
-Under "account activation": You just need a period at the end of this one too.



-Under "class": It should be "a type" and "a unique" instead of "an". I wouldn't say they can be "exchanged" since that implies exclusivity, i.e. only being able to have/use one class. Maybe reword it so it's clear that you can get different ones. Finally, capitalize Warrior, Mage, Rogue, and Healer.
-Under "experience points": Level cap is 65. This is one you'll have to keep updating as the level cap increases.
-Under "farming": Your wording on this is a little confusing in the first place, but you may want to make it clear that most people use "farming" in the term of repeatedly doing a task, usually efficiently.
-Under "spam": While skills can technically be spammed to inconvenience other players, most of the time when people say it in regards to skills (especially here on the forums) we mean use it as often as possible. So you may want to remove skills from that or specify what kind of skill spamming you mean.
-Under "drop / drop rate": Items from quests are also called drops, so remove the "on a monster". Since you talk about the relative magnitudes of drop rates, you may want to mention that the rate isn't often confirmed and if it is, it's on the Wiki's page for the item.
-Under "rare": Remove the part about "awesome rare" since it isn't really a rare, and there are a lot of other rarities as well. Also, mention an exception for items that are "rare" because their source is no longer obtainable, i.e. Lesser Caladbolg is "rare" because HcPP is rare, but you can still actually get the Lesser Caladbolg if you have the HcPP.
-Under "guild": AQW has factions as well, so mentioning that in the list could be a little confusing. Capitalize "legend" when you use it. And you may want to say 50 players rather than 50 members, since members was the old name for Legends, so it could be a little confusing.
-Under "temporary items": Just missing the period.
-Under "health points": These can also be restored via the game's passive regeneration engine, not solely by resting, as well as from potions and class skills. Might want to mention these.
-Under "mana points": Same as for health points".
-Under "wars": Just missing the period.
-Under "public test realm": They aren't just mentioned by mods in the game chat, they are often on the DNs and in the server list. They're also almost exclusively Legend-only.



-Under "free player": Capitalize "legend". Also, some people argue that a "free player" plays exclusively without payment, which means they are not a Legend but also don't buy ACs. And although it hasn't caught on as much and not a lot of people use it, the "official" term for non-member players is Heroes. You can take a look through this DNs post if you want to see some of the terminology that the team says they'll use.
-Under "founder": Capitalize "founder". Also, the Platinum Dragon is a yearly thing they get, not monthly.



-Under "Portal": Missing the period. Also, capitalize "artix points".
-Under "Artix Points": Capitalize "artix". Maybe also mention they can be obtained with offers, since you mention that for ACs.



Now just a few suggestions for general improvement.
-For things that have a common acronym, like the Design Notes being called "DNs", you may want to include those with their sections.
-You may want an entire section for acronyms since they are quite prevalent in the game and on the forums, but that is a lot of work. The Wiki has a nice list but it is by no means complete/exclusive.

That's all of my nitpicking for now, good luck with getting your approval!
AQ AQW  Post #: 6
7/12/2015 14:53:51   
Jake Harrison
Member

Thank you guys for the much needed reviews! I really appreciate it! I didn't even notice all the errors in the guide, and I have been busy with my summer job ( who knew you could be this busy in summer?) but I will try to get to everything. But I'm just glad to finally get more feedback on my guide. Thanks again, guys!

< Message edited by Jake Harrison -- 7/15/2015 20:40:51 >
DF AQW  Post #: 7
7/27/2015 0:25:33   
.Shadow//
Legendary Vampire


Your approval request has been denied.

Before this guide is approved, I would like you to implement more of Shadowhunt's suggestions posted earlier. I see that you've changed a few things, but there are still some lingering issues.

Some of the things he pointed out were just nitpicking small grammar points (these are not necessary to fix but would still be good), however there were also a few more important things that you missed. These are just some examples:

quote:

-Under "experience points": Level cap is 65. This is one you'll have to keep updating as the level cap increases.

quote:

-Under "rare": Remove the part about "awesome rare" since it isn't really a rare, and there are a lot of other rarities as well. Also, mention an exception for items that are "rare" because their source is no longer obtainable, i.e. Lesser Caladbolg is "rare" because HcPP is rare, but you can still actually get the Lesser Caladbolg if you have the HcPP.

quote:

-Under "guild": AQW has factions as well, so mentioning that in the list could be a little confusing. Capitalize "legend" when you use it. And you may want to say 50 players rather than 50 members, since members was the old name for Legends, so it could be a little confusing.


It is important that a guide does not have incorrect information, and that it is as clear and concise as possible. This is why I encourage you to once more review the feedback you've been given.

Also, be sure to give thanks where it is due by updating the credits section when you are done.

~.Shadow//
AQW Guides ArchKnight

< Message edited by .Shadow// -- 7/27/2015 0:32:32 >
AQ DF MQ AQW  Post #: 8
3/24/2016 15:10:41   
Jake Harrison
Member

I am currently changing the format of this guide to more of a glossary type format. As you can probably imagine, that's going to take a lot of time to rearrange every term into alphabetical order. Also, I am very busy so I might have to save the changes here on the forums before I'm finished since I'm not using a computer, just thought I'd let you guys know.

< Message edited by Jake Harrison -- 6/6/2016 21:55:51 >
DF AQW  Post #: 9
7/13/2016 19:14:50   
  Shadowhunt
Snow Angel, Bug Hunter, Class Tester


Approval request denied.

While progress has been made on updating and fixing some of the things, there is still a list of things that would be good to change, or in some case are inaccurate and must be changed, before the guide is ready for approval. The list is as follows:



-Account Activation: By saying "keep up to date on our brand new weekly releases", it sounds like you're speaking as a staff member. While not exactly terrible, you're not one, and I don't know that you should take that tone.
-Action Bar: Should either say "is where your" or "is where the" but not "is where your the"
-Adventure Coins: Should be "are the secondary" and "they can be". They can be obtained for free through things like Honorable Hero badges/other AE gifts or selling the monthly Treasure Chest Keys Legends get. May want to mention more methods here.
-Akiba New Year: Really just missing the period, though you may want to capitalize New Year's Day
-Allignment: Alignment is spelled wrong. As an optional tidbit you may want to mention that alignment has no impact on the storyline.
-Armor: Because some armors are more than just aesthetic and provide boosts, you may want to reword this section so that it doesn't say they are "just" costumes
-Artix Entertainment: Mobile games include Undead Assault and BioBeasts as well now
-Artix Points: There is still no mention of offers even though offers are mentioned for ACs
-Bank: The entry is somewhat misleading as it implies a limited number of normal items can be stored, when in reality you need to purchase bank spaces for ANY non-AC item
-Class: I'm hesitant to go with "a type of fighter", and since there are clone classes a "unique set of skills" isn't exactly true. Maybe just "a set of particular skills" or something.
-Character Page: The last sentence is confusing grammatically. Might want to mention Legends can change their background from certain places in-game
-Developer: No longer true, as they have a purple rather than gold name now
-Drop Rate: The drop rate is not the average chance of getting it, it is the chance per kill/turn in that you will get it. No mention of Wiki having the drop rate for anything confirmed, not imperative to add this but could be a useful bit of info
-DragonLord (and Guardian and Star Captain): All of these mention linking the upgraded other game account to the Master Account that is linked to the AQW account. I'm fairly sure this isn't right, since there are the verification links you use and you can link more than one AQW account to a Master Account
-Founder: Says the dragon is monthly rather than annual
-Gold: Can also be obtained from Ballyhoo, certain upgrade packages, and contests. It can also be used to buy enhancements
-Good Luck Day: I've never heard it called this. I have always heard it called Lucky Day
-Guild: Doesn't need the "where" in "where if you are a Legend". Technically a new guild only has 15 slots and can be expanded to 50, so you may want to mention that for clarity
-Health Points: Also restored when dodging with the Rogue mana regen model, or from class skills/potions
-Legendary Hero: Just go with Legend since this is the term used everywhere (including his own description) and Legendary Hero is a class
-Mana Points: Restored during battle as well via the passive regeneration system, albeit slowly, as well as class skills (and maybe potions?)
-Membership: I don't think you need a Master Account to buy membership, though I'm not 100% sure on that one. You can also buy it in-game. Should probably mention they can stack
-Moderator: The name is technically gold, not yellow
-Party: Might want to mention it shows HP/MP for everyone and is limited to 6 players (you and 5 others)
-Pets: If you're going to mention roles, you should mention all roles (aesthetic, quest, battle, bank)
-Player VS Player: It's just /join bludrutbrawl for matches now. Queuing pretty much guarantees never getting into a match
-Quests: I wouldn't call them required nor for specific storylines, as there are a lot of quests that aren't necessary or aren't for storylines. Just say it's a task, and maybe add that it's usually gathering something or slaying monsters
-Rare: Though the information isn't technically wrong, the Buyback Shop changes some things, so you might want to figure out a way to put that in there. There's still no mention of things being "rare by association", which I feel is important to note
-Release: Still think the Wiki's Chronicle of Releases could be added here, but it's not imperative
-Reputation: Should say "increase your rank" and not "increase you rank"
-SponZard: Again using "our" making it sound like you're a developer, which you aren't
-Tester: Mention the name colour for them
-Weapons: Missing period
-AQ: (In the Acronyms and Abbreviations section) May want to mention that some people use AQC for AQ Classic

Other things:
-The Acronyms and Abbreviations could, and probably should, be expanded. This won't hold the guide back from being approved on its own, but the list right now is rather small and the list of acronyms people use, especially around the forums, is pretty big, so it would probably be good to expand on it. The Wiki's Abbreviations/Acronyms list is a good start, though it's still not all-encompassing, especially for the forums
-An entry for "Bag" could be good (since you buy bag space, for example), even if it just says "See Inventory"
-An entry for the Buyback Shop should be added
-Weapon, helm, and armor all have an entry but cape doesn't. You probably should add one
-There should be a standardization of capitalization. Adventure Coins, Reputation, Gold (unless referring to the colour, like for a mod's name), Experience, Class Points, Artix Points, Legend, etc. should be capitalized throughout
-Credits section needs to be expanded, Zyrain's name is spelled wrong in it as well
-A Changelog might be a good addition
-The entire Game Commands section doesn't really fit with the theme of the guide. It fits better with the How to Play! guide. It fits so well, in fact, that it is already in it. So the Game Commands section, though I can appreciate the work you've put into it, should probably just be removed
-Since you mention the Testers, Mods, and Devs, you might want to mention all the AE Team Member groups. More information on them can be found in this Design Notes



If there are any points that you require further clarification on, please PM me and let me know. This is not ordered by importance and I've not indicated directly which items are inaccurate and thus need to be changed (though wording should fairly well be able to tell you), but if you require this, please PM me and give me a couple days to get it all sorted.

Shadowhunt
ArchKnight, AQWorlds Guides
AQ AQW  Post #: 10
7/28/2016 15:28:48   
Jake Harrison
Member

^ Thank you for all the good suggestions. Also, I put "Storage" as opposed to "bag" and put the Wiki Chronicle of Releases with all of the other links. As for the class description, I am still working on finding the best way to implement the information.
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