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Here you can find all available lore on the sites monsters, the monsters you will encounter will depend on it's territory and the difficulty of the monster will determine the reward.
Monsters are essentially broken down into four categories of strength;
Spawning Monsters in Quests
When Spawning Monsters in Quests, no more can five monsters can be spawned PER QUEST. This is not limited to per thread, however as as long as you have turned it the portion of the thread where the previous monsters have been spawned. You are welcome to spawn more monsters should you wish to.
Monsters spawned on Quests must follow these rank guidelines:
Novice Rank Quest = Weak Monsters Only.
Apprentice Rank Quest = Either Weak Monsters , or 4x Weak Monsters, 1x Strong Monster.
Initiate Rank Quest = Strong Monsters and/or lower .
Adept = Either All Strong Monsters and/or lower OR 4x Strong Monsters, 1x Elite Monster.
Master = Elite Monsters or Below.
Elite = Either All Elite Monsters and/or lower OR 4x Elite Monsters, 1x Legendary.
Legendary = Legendary Rank Monsters and/or lower.
You can either choose to follow this system or you can use a Spawn Dice to roll a monster. If you choose to use the spawn dice and you roll higher monsters than you are permitted for that quest. It will automatically be lowered to the highest rank monster of that quest, not including any high rank monsters already rolled. For Example, You are doing an Adept Rank Quest and you roll: 3x Strong, 1x Elite and 1x Legendary, the Legendary monster will automatically be lowered to an Elite Rank monsters making it: 3x Strong and 2x Elite.
To use the Dice Roll System, you can find the tab underneath the Posting box, simply change the tab to Monster Spawner and change the number of Dice rolls to 5.
It should look like this:
In terms of a monsters rarity, depending on their spawn rate, they will only appear in a thread so many times. The spawn rates are known as Common, Uncommon and Rare. The number of which you can spawn in a single thread/quest is as follows:
Common = Unlimited
Uncommon = 2 Per Thread (+1 for Adept Quests and above)
Rare = 1 Per Thread (+1 Legendary Quests)
Monsters & Stats
Please note, whilst all the Monsters have been written with their own DMG and HP numbers, you do NOT have to use these. These are just for those who want to use the stat system, but for Statless players, these can be ignored.
In order to claim Item drops, players MUST use the Rarity Drop Dice. Change the Dice drop accordingly and list the number of drops equal ONLY to the number of monsters spawns that can drop items. For example if you spawn three slimes, and two Pikeeku's; you can only roll 3 times. (As Pikeekus don't drop anything but slimes do).
The drop dice should look like this;
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Weak Monsters are the easiest types of monsters that you will come across. It is much more likely that you will encounter a weak monster than a strong or elite monster, especially in areas populated more so by humans. These creatures are so weak that they are often ignored by the superior species, and will only attack when they feel threatened. Weaker adventures will often fight against weaker monsters to strengthen their abilities before they encounter monsters of a much riskier nature.
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Strong monsters are much more likely to attack you should you come into their line of sight. They are significantly more difficult to take down and some of them can deal significantly dangerous attacks. Be on guard, or you could get seriously hurt!
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Elite monsters are very dangerous, they almost always attack nearby adventurers and are not to be taken lightly. Elite monsters have been known to kill weaker adventurers, and can only be faced once you reach Master Rank or above.
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Legendary Monsters are the rarest creatures of all, so rare that most folks doubt they even exist. Not only are they incredibly hard to find but they are also extremely dangerous, dealing lethal attacks that deal immense damage, some even have armour that is cannot be cut through at all! When handling such creatures, proceed with extreme caution!
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