Hostile targets are shown as red points on the mini map.
To view a target without attacking it, left click it and the Target Portrait will be displayed at the top center of the screen.
The Target Portrait shows important information about the target, including its name, level and amount of health points it has. A targets health is displayed as a row of colored hearts in the target portrait.
When a target has lost all of their hearts, the target will die.
To attack a target, simply right click it when the attack icon appears. A warrior will continue to attack a target with their basic attack unless special skill is used or the target is killed.
To select a new target, either right click it when the attack icon appears or use the key to cycle through the available targets.
Warrior skills are found in the bottom center of the screen. To use a skill, left click on the skill icon. Some skills require a target. If so, select the appropriate target and then left click the icon to execute the skill.
To view what a skill does, hover the mouse over the skill icon to display the tool tip. The range, damage type, damage amount, and a short description of the skill will be shown. The skill's cool down time will also be displayed.
All skills have cool down times between uses and some skills have limited charges per quest.
Warrior health is displayed as a row of colored hearts in the Warrior Portrait, which is located in the upper left corner of the screen. A player can view the exact amount of health points they have by hovering the mouse over the hearts.
There are several ways a warrior can restore health points during a quest. They can take a health potion that will instantly restore all of their health points.
Warriors may also discover a health recovery shrine during their adventure. When used, a shrine will also instantly restore all of a warrior's health points.
Some warrior classes have skills that allow them to heal themselves or members of their party. Warriors cannot heal during a quest by resting, so having plenty of health potions or a party member who can heal is always a good strategy.
During a battle, if a warrior loses all of their health points, they will collapse. After a few seconds, a warrior who has collapsed will revive automatically where they collapsed with all of their health points restored.
The amount of times your warrior has collapsed will be displayed on the upper right corner of the character portrait. While on a quest, a warrior can loose all of their health points three times before they die.
If a warrior dies while on a solo quest, their spirit will immediately be transported to the Sanctuary. If a warrior dies while they are in a party, their spirit will remain where they perished until the quest is complete or all party members die.
Players do not receive Experience, Prestige Points, or Relics when their warrior dies before completing a quest so using strategy, forming a party, or questing with your guild is a great way to improve your Warrior's success!
Using Spiritual Allies
During a quest, all equipped Warrior Spirits are displayed as a hotkey on the left side of the screen. To activate a Warrior spirit during battle, left click the spirit's hotkey. When activated, a circular symbol will appear in place of the cursor, allowing a player to target where they want to release the spirit. Once an area is targeted, left click to call the spirit to fight for your warrior.
Each Warrior Spirit has a specialized attack depending on what class they are, and each equipped spirit can only be used once during a quest.