Eternal War FAQ
Q: What is the Eternal War?
A: The Eternal War is a new cross-server PvP conquest mode. Different servers are placed in a 3 Faction map with the ability to form Factions and go to battle for land and control of the map.
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Q: What do Strongholds produce for the Legion when they are occupied?
A: Fortified Strongholds can produce Medals for ranking The top Strongholds can provide a Medal yield bonus at all the Legion’s Strongholds. Villages mainly produce resources for building such as Wood, Iron and Stone.
Q: Can I participate in the Eternal War without joining a Legion?
A: If you enter the War after it starts, you can draw a Faction without being in a Legion; If you leave your Legion after the War starts, you can still fight for the Faction without joining another Legion, but you will not receive any Legion benefits.
Q: How can I coordinate with my Legion?
A: The Commander can send out request messages to Legion members to assist in attacking targets. Legion members can use the Legion Chat Channel to coordinate amongst themselves.
Q: Does each Faction have a leader?
A: Each Faction will have a General who will have some special privileges but hold no direct control over the Faction. There will be no General during the first 3 days of Eternal War; starting from the 4th day, the Commander of the top ranked Legion in a Faction will be appointed to General. This is recalculated each day until the end of the event.
Q: Is Eternal War open throughout the day?
Q: Are all Stronghold defenders actual enemy pla
A: Besides enemy pla