Mining is an activity that complements hunting and questing. Through Mining, you can collect Fletta Gem shards and other materials that are useful in item creation, customization and trade skills. Various types of gems and ore can also be found throughout Asmara, and these are valuable crafting components that can be combined with other materials.
Through Fishing, you can collect crafting materials as well as special items that can be used to gamble with the Fishmonger. Turn in clams to receive a random item, gamble your goldfish for Fletta Gem shards, or risk clams for the chance at rewards in a game of Karlotto!
Summoned from a piece of beautiful shoulder armour, your Holy Creature will help you travel through Asmara with speed and style. You can earn one as a quest reward, buy one from the merchant in town, or perhaps loot from defeated monsters.
PK and Moral Value
All players of level 10 and above may kill and be killed by other players. At level 10, the PK button on your player interface becomes usable. When the PK button is on, you are able to target other players for combat; turning it off will ensure that you don’t accidentally enter combat when you don’t wish to (while hunting, for instance).
Player-killing in Karos Online is guided by a Moral Value system. If you kill players, your Moral Value Score (shown on your character bar) will decline. If you engage in PK a lot, your MV score might fall to a point where you start incurring penalties: town guards will attack you on sight, your access to shops is restricted, you may drop items when killed and earn less experience. However, killing monsters and players of low Moral Value will increase your MV score and remove these penalties.
A guild war begins when a guild master declares war on another guild, and the master of the target guild accepts the challenge. At that point, members of both guilds are free to fight each other without incurring Moral Value penalties.
In Karos Online, mines are resource control points that are highly sought after by guilds. When a guild has won control of a mine, its members have exclusive rights to mine for Fletta there. The controlling guild’s leader manages the quality of the Fletta produced by the mine, and decides when it will become vulnerable to attack by contenders (within four to seven days).