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"Kampagnenschlachten" ist der Oberbegriff für die Schlachten, die auf den Kontinenten Quon und Mindartian zur Zeit des Kristallkrieges ausgefochten wurden.

In einigen Gebieten wird es in unregelmäßigen Abständen zu Kampagnenschlachten, also dem Aufeinandertreffen einer Armee von Altanas Bund und einer Armee der Beastmen, kommen. Wenn die Schlachten langwierig sind, kann man als Spieler das Recht erlangen, sich daran zu beteiligen, um seiner Nation dazu zu verhelfen, die Kontrolle über das Gebiet zu erlangen. Es ergeben sich einige Vorteile daraus, wenn die eigene Nation ein Gebiet kontrolliert. So wächst beispielsweise die Zahl der unterschiedlichen Kampagnenoperationen. Je mehr Gebiete die eigene Nation kontrolliert, desto besser. Wenn man in einem Areal, in dem eine dieser Kampagnenschlachten stattfindet, mit dem Kampagnenaufseher (Campaign Arbiter) spricht, kann man von ihm ein Bündniswappen erhalten. Dieses Bündniswappen kennzeichnet einen auf dem Schlachtfeld als Kämpfer seiner Nation in Altanas Bund und bringt einige Vorteile mit sich. So erhält man für seinen Einsatz auf dem Schlachtfeld etwa Kampagnenpunkte, eine Art Währung eigens für Kampagne, und Erfahrungspunkte.

Wenn man auf dem Schlachtfeld beim Tragen eines Bündniswappens K.O. geschlagen wird, verliert man z.B. auch keine Erfahrungspunkte.
Beim Gebrauch von Schlepper geht das Bündniswappen verloren. Damit erhaltet ihr auch keine Erfahrungs- oder Kampagnenpunkte.

KampagnenkarteBearbeiten

Die Kampagnenkarte zeigt die aktuellen Kampagnenschlachten sowie den aktuellen Stand an. Irh habt Einsicht auf die Karte indem ihr im Menü "Regions-Info" anwählt und dann auf "Kampagne" geht oder /campaignmap (oder kurz /cmap) eingibt.

KontrolliereteGebiete

Die Box Hoheitsareale zeigt an, wieviele Gebiete unter der Kontrolle jeder Nation sind. Wenn eine Nation ein Gebiet kontrolliert, steht der Kampagnenoffizier an der Festung (Fortifications). Wenn die Beastmen ein Gebiet kontrollieren, befindet sich ein C.A.-NPC (Kampagnenaufseher) mit etwas Abstand zur Festung in dem Gebiet.

Campaignbattles

Das Icon zeigt, dass das Pashhow-Sumpfland (R) gerade von Bastok kontrolliert wird und sich unter Attacke befindet.

Die Kampagnen-Karte zeigt den Status der Kampagnenschlachten und die Vorsorgung der einzelnen Gebiete an. Wenn ein Schwert-Icon über dem Gebiet zu sehen ist, bedeutet das, dass dort gerade eine Kampagnenschlacht stattfindet. Dabei stehen blaue, rote oder gelbe Icons für Bastok, San d'Oria oder Windurst als die Mächte, die das Gebiet kontrollieren. Sollte das Gebiet von Beastmen kontrolliert werden, sehr ihr ein violettes Icon.

Unter diesem Icon seht ihr die Heldentum-Leiste. Diese gibt die Stärke der Schlachten an. Je mehr sich dieser Balken auffüllt desto mehr Gruppen greifen das Gebiet an, mehrere Gruppen werden entsandt, um das Gebiet zu verteigdigen und es kommt zu häufigeren Kämpfen. Weiterhin bedeutet das, dass die Generäle und Legionäre ihre eigenen Spezialfähigkeiten öfter nutzen. Mit dem Start einer neuen Woche (Sonntag/Montag-Mitternacht japanischer Zeit) wird dieser Balken zurückgesetzt.

Campaignresources

Die Kampagnenkarte zeigt auch die Anzahl der Wehrkraft und die Versorgung, sowie die Dominanz jeder Macht in einem Gebiet an.

Die Wehrkraft zeigt an, wie gut die Verteidiger die Kontrolle über das Gebiet haben. Dieser Wert kann durch an Angriffe auf den Stützpunkt während Kampagnenschlachten oder durch Saboteure, die Bomben legen, verringert werden. Je neidriger dieser Wert ist, desto schneller geben die Verteidiger auf und desto einfacher ist es, das Gebiet zu erobern.

Der Kauf von temporären Items reduziert die Versorgung um 1. Diese Resourcen werden auch verbraucht, wenn ein Trupp ausgesandt wird, das Gebiet zu verteidigen, um damit die Wehrkraft zu steigern. Wenn die Versorgung den Wert 0 erreicht, können keine temporären Items mehr gekauft werden. Weiterhin können dann die Verteidigungstrupps die Festung nicht reparieren und geben bei Kämpfen schneller auf. Kampagnenoperationen aus der Kategorie Logistik erhöhen die Versorgung um 1 Punkt bei Beendigung.

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Die Spieler, die an Kampagnenschlachten teilnehmen wollen, müssen einer der drei Armee im Altanas Bund beitreten - dem Königreich San d'Orias, der Republik Bastoks oder der Föderation Windursts. Diese Mächte sind im ständigem Kampf gegen das Beastmen-Konföderat - bestehend aus Orc-Imperium, den Quadav-Armeekrops, dem Yagudo-Theomilitär und der Schwarzen Garde.

Um einer der Armeen beizutreten, müsst ihr eine der folgenden Aufträge erledigen: Aufnahmeprüfung - Königliche Garde (San d'Oria), Aufnahmeprüfung - 4. Armee (Bastok) oder Aufnahmeprüfung - Kobra-Söldner (Windurst). Sobald ihr einer Armee beigetreten seid, könnt ihr an der Kampagne und damit an Kampagnenschlachten teilnehmen.

Transport zu KampagnenschlachtenBearbeiten

Stadt-Kampagnenausfeher
Windurst Windurst-Weiher (R) Wenonah, C.A. (G-10)
Bastok Bastok-Markt (R) Narkissa, C.A. (E-8)
San d'Oria Süd-San d'Oria (R) Scarlette, C.A. (H-9)

Sprecht mit einem Kampagnenaufseher in euer Nation. Diese bieten euch die Teleportierung zu einigen Gebieten der Kampagnenschlachtregion. Jedoch könnt ihr euch nur in die Gebiete teleportieren lassen, die ihr vorher schon einmal besucht habt.

Der C.A teleportiert euch in ein Gebiet eurer Wahl gegen Kampagnenpunkte.

Wenn das Gebiet von den Beastmen kontrolliert wird, werdet ihr zu dem Kampagnenaufseher der Region teleportiert. Sollte sich das Gebiet unter der Kontrolle einer der Mächte im Altanas Bund befinden, so werdet ihr auch an die gleiche Stelle, wie oben beschrieben teleportiert, jedoch befindet sich der Kampagnenaufseher an der Festung.

Ihr könnt von einem Kampagnenschlachtgebiet auch wieder zurück in eure Nation teleportiert werden. Dazu müsst ihr mit dem C.A oder einem der Feldoffiziere sprechen.

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Wenn ihr in einem Kampagnenschlachtgebiet angekommen seid, müsst ihr euch beim Kampagnenaufseher melden, um ein Bündniswappen zu erhalten, damit ihr am Kampfgeschehen teilnehmen könnt. Der Kampf selbst kann sich über das Gebiet hin verteilen, jedoch ist er meist an der Festung konzentiert.

Sobald ihr das Bündniswappen erhaltet, erscheint über eurem Kopf vor eurem Namen ein Schwert. Wenn ihr ein solches Wappen besitzt, seid ihr in der Lage Erfahrungs- oder Limitpunkte für die Teilnahme an einer Kampagnenschlacht zu sammeln. Ihr verliert keine Erfahrungspunkte, wenn ihr K.O. geht. Jedoch erhaltet ihr von allen anderen Gegnern in dieser Region weder Erfahrungspunkte noch Items. Weiterhin erhaltet ihr keine Skill-ups.

Kampagnenschacht-Gegner sind nur zu Spielern mit dem Bündniswappen aggressiv. Spieler, die nicht an der Schlacht teilnehmen, sind von den Attacken der Kampagnenmobs nicht betroffen. Jedoch können Spieler, die an der Kampagnenschlacht teilnehmen noch immer von normalen Monstern angegriffen werden.

Hinweis: Der Schwarzmagie-Zauber Schlepper lässt euer Bündniswappen verschwinden und damit könnt ihr keine EXP oder Kampagnenpunkte mehr erhalten.

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Die Kampagnenaufseher versorgen die Spieler mit temporären Items gegen eine kleine Gebühr an Kampagnenpunkten. Diese Items verschwinden, sobald der Kampf beendet ist. Die verfügbarkeit der Items ist abhängig von der Versorgung in dem jeweiligen Gebiet. Wenn dieser Wert 0 erreicht, können keine temporären Items mehr erworben werden.

Nur Spieler, die der Nation, die das Gebiet gerade kontrolliert, angehören, ehralten diese Items von den NPCs.
Die Standarditems sind nur für Spieler verfügbar, die einer Kampagnenschlacht in einem Gebiet, das sich unter der Kontrolle ihrer Nation befindet, teilnehmen.
Item Kosten Effekt
Hi-Potion +3 30 KP Stellt 130 HP wieder her.
Hi-Äther-Potion +3 30 KP Stellt 70 MP wieder her.
Sofort-Belebung 30 KP Gibt den Effekt Wiederauferstehen.
Lethe-Wasser 30 KP Kann bis zu 3 Verbesserungen auf einem Ziel entfernen.
Schwarzmine 30 KP Ihr legt eine Bombe mit einem Timer von 3. Nach Ablauf des Timers explodiert sie und verursacht Schaden auf alle Gegner im Umfeld.
Fesselmine 30 KP Fesselt Gegner im Umfeld.
Paralysemine 30 KP Paralysiert Gegner im Umfeld.
Silencing Tube 30 KP Silences targets within Area of Effect.
X-Potion +3 45 KP Restores 180 HP.
Super Ether +3 45 KP Restores 120 MP.
Catholicon 45 KP Cures most status ailments.
Elixir 60 KP Instantly Restores HP and MP 25%.
Daedalus Wing 60 KP Instantly increases TP by 100%.
Body Boost 60 KP Maximum HP +50%.
Mana Boost 60 KP Maximum MP +50%.
Additional temporary items are only available to nations who the freelance/alchemist Azima is currently allied with.
Item Cost Effect
Drachenessence 30 KP Restores Wyvern's HP.
Barbarian's Drink 30 KP Increases attack power by 50% for 60 Seconds.
Oracle's Drink 30 KP Increases magical attack powers.
Spy's Drink 30 KP Grants Haste effect. (30% for 3 minutes)
Fighter's Drink 30 KP Increases accuracy.
Assassin's Drink 30 KP Increases magical accuracy.
Sprinter's Drink 30 KP Grants Flee effect lasts for 60 Seconds.
Gnostic's Drink 30 KP Grants Pax effect. (Lowers Enmity growth on player)
Shepherd's Drink 30 KP Instantly restores a pet's HP.
Soldier's Drink 45 KP Increases damage output.
Monarch's Drink 45 KP Grants Regain effect. (Grants 180% TP)
Champion's Drink 45 KP Grants Potency effect. (Increase in critical hit rates for 60 Seconds)
Fanatic's Drink 60 KP Nullifies physical damage.
Cleric's Drink 60 KP Cures most status ailments on nearby party members.
Fool's Drink 60 KP Nullifies magical damage.
Vicar's Drink 60 KP Cures most status ailments.

Campaign Battle RewardsBearbeiten

During the battle, most actions you do will earn you Experience Points and Allied Notes.

The calculations and limits on EXP and AN gained during a battle can be estimated using this guide.
Any actions performed before 1 minute (Earth time) has elapsed after getting the Allied Tags will not count toward your experience and Allied Notes reward.

You can ask for an assessment at any point during the campaign battle by speaking to the Campaign Arbiter in the area; this will remove your tags and provide you with the rewards you have accumulated so far.

This assessment is not automatic if you teleport out of the area or change areas (including use of Tractor). These actions will forfeit any possible rewards.
If you disconnect during a campaign battle with your Allied Tags on, you lose your tags and any possible rewards.

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Campaign Battles are centered on the Fortifications in the outdoor zones, and are spread throughout dungeons and strongholds.

In addition to adventurers, there will be friendly NPCs and hostile mobs involved in Campaign Battles. Each nation has 10 military units (attackers and defenders), a maintenance unit, physicians, and siege equipment. Five military units are deployed to specific zones, while the other five military units can be deployed anywhere in their nation's cordon. The Dark Kindred are an exception, as they currently have only four active units at this time, and only participate in attacks on Allied fortifications.

Finally, Freelances may assist any of these forces (multiple freelances can accompany a single unit to battle). All freelances are scouted and recruited by players, though the Dark Kindred recruit their own freelances as well. They will usually leave when their associated unit returns victorious.

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Players can attack the targets named "Fortification", which appear around the outpost after a unit has been dispatched to the area. After 50% of their "HP" has been depleted, one "fortifications" point will be deducted and the HP will be returned to full.

Each member of the unit defending a fortification killed also reduces the Fortifications by 1 point.

Whenever the unit from the defending force of an area is dispatched, that force uses 1 point from Resources in the area to repair the fortification. A campaign message indicating that a force has undertaken the "stalwart defense" indicates that a unit is guarding and began repairs to the fortifications.

Each point used from the Resources repairs that area's fortification by 10 points.
Each unit dispatched to defend a fortification uses at least 1 point from the area's resources to repair fortifications. So if 3 units are dispatched to defend a fortification, the fortifications will be repaired by 30 points.

Each army also has an maintenance unit that is capable of repairing the fortifications by a small number of points with each unit member that reaches the fortifications.

For each battle there is a winner and a loser. The winning army will gain influence in the region, the losing side will lose influence and (depending on whether they are attacking or defending), will either be completely wiped out or will flee out of sight.

In order for the attacking force to win the battle and gain influence, the fortifications need to be reduced below the number they were at before the battle began. This can be done either by defeating a majority of the defending force or attacking the fortifications directly.

For example, if the fortifications start at 115/150 before a battle starts and is increased to 135/150 when 2 units are dispatched to defend, the fortifications must be brought to a number below 115/150 in order to force the defending force to retreat.

One of the fortification points is considered the "rear" of the fort, and Sneak Attack will activate without Hide. For example, the west side of the Rolanberry Fields (S) fortification near the flag will always be hit by Sneak Attack.

Fortification Locations:

Fortification Flags
Control of the fortification is indicated by a nation or beastman flag. The fortifications controlled by a nation also have their field officer present. This flag also serves as a drop-off point for resupply missions carried out by maintenance units.

Fortification Flags
Windurst Bastok San d'Oria Beastmen
Fortflagwindurst Fortflagbastok Fortflagsandoria Beastmen flag

StrongholdsBearbeiten

Each of the seven major forces have a stronghold from where they organize their troops: Bastok Markets (Republican Army of Bastok), Southern San d'Oria (Royal Army of San d'Oria), Windurst Waters (Federation Forces of Windurst), Beadeaux (Quadav Shieldwarriors), Castle Oztroja (Yagudo Theomilitary), La Vaule (Orcish Host), and Castle Zvahl (Dark Kindred).

In order for campaign battles to take place in the stronghold areas mentioned above, the stronghold must be the only remaining zone under control. For example, for a battle to take place in Southern San d'Oria (S), the Orcish Hosts must control every other area in the Ronfaure and Norvallen Fronts. When campaign battles occur in allied nation cities, Campaign Ops NPC, and certain other NPCs will vanish for the duration of the battle.

In beastmen strongholds, any of the nearby beastmen mobs will link with campaign defenders, making assaults on these areas exceptionally difficult as the fortification areas are often crowded.

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AttackersBearbeiten

The attackers are the forces on the offensive, and it is their deployment that triggers campaign battles, exactly 10 minutes after the "dispatched" message which is broadcast in the towns. They begin their assault by spawning in waves at set locations a distance away from the fortifications, and will charge to the fort. A message will inform when they begin the attack (and if reconnaissance permits, will also indicate the direction of the assault). Their objective is to deal damage to the fortifications. Upon dealing enough they will "return victorious" to their stronghold by warping out. If the entire attacking force has been slain, the attacking force retreats and the campaign battle ends.

The behavior of the advancing forces will usually pause every so often as they march to the fortress. This allows players a chance to ambush incoming beastmen raiders before they reach the defending forces' fortifications. Upon getting in range of the fort, the attackers will aggro the first defenders or fortification they see/hear. They will engage a defender until it is slain, and will attack any fortification continuously unless attacked by a defending troop. If an attacker's AI fails to detect either, they will wander around the premises until they detect an opponent.

The Allied Forces and Beastmen Confederate will only be attacking zones within their territory (for example, the Federal Forces of Windurst will not assault the Quadav Shieldwarriors). The Dark Kindred are an exception; they will attack any area under control of the Allied Forces. Players are also not restricted in this way, and can join the assault on any beastmen area regardless of their Campaign allegiance. But players themselves are not considered an attacking force; their participation is only valid while the Allied Forces have troops assaulting a beastmen fortification, so it is important for players to help keep Allied attackers alive through magic support or creating a diversion by engaging the defenders and thus taking their attention away from the attacking force.

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The defenders are sent to undertake the stalwart defense of fortresses. Their objective is to simply destroy attacking waves, and if all (or most) offensive troops are defeated, they'll return victorious to their stronghold when the battle ends. They will also return victorious after a certain period of time even if no battle has occurred. Defenders almost always are deployed with physicians.

The defenders always spawn at the fortifications and patrol the premises, and unlike attackers, they will respawn periodically. However, if enough of the defending forces are slain (usually between 10-15 or by reducing the fortifications below pre-battle conditions), they may call a retreat and abandon the defense leaving any players and physicians behind. This does not prevent new defenders from appearing later to resume defense in the same battle, however.

The Allied Forces and Beastmen Confederate will only be defending zones that they control, and each beastmen force only dispatches forces in their territory. The Dark Kindred do not directly try to defend beastmen zones (but they do send physicians in the form of Leechkeeper imps). Players, however, are free to participate in any Allied defense regardless of their Campaign allegiance, and have greater mobility than defending forces (who only patrol the vicinity of the fort), and as such can either try to pick off advancing beastmen troops one by one or they can divert their attention to allow the defending forces to pick them off.

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All units have a commanding general. This general is named, and is a considerably powerful NPC/mob in campaign battles (far exceeding regular troops or any player). If the general is defeated, the unit will not automatically retreat, however a message relayed in the cities will inform players that he or she was "grievously wounded" in battle, and thus the unit will take a longer rest period before being deployed again.

Allied generals are well-known individuals in their nation's military, and players may chat with them outside campaign battles. During campaign battles, they all have a distinctive battle cry (usually when performing a weaponskill or special ability) that heralds their presence. Several generals possess relic weapons or another rare artifacts, and many have their own unique weaponskill.

Beastmen generals are a named Notorious Monster, and all have unique characteristics and deadly tricks up their sleeve (like many other NMs in Vana'diel). They do not have any spoken battle cry, but they usually have a very distinctive appearance (at least compared to their own troops). Great caution is needed when battling them, for unlike their regular troops, they have more than enough firepower to defeat several players from a single area attack or single-handedly defeat entire Allied units over the course of a battle. As a result, players tend to save them for last or allow for Allied units awaiting battle to deal with them while they fight the general's troops.

PhysiciansBearbeiten

The physicians join defenders, serving dutifully to heal and tend to their battle-wounded allies. They patrol the field of battle, seeing to the needs of combatants by bestowing upon them various spells of healing and enhancement. The physicians will not engage in open combat directly; they will resort to fighting only as a means of self-defense when attacked directly. If the defenders flee from battle, they will remain on the battlefield until either the campaign battle ends or they die. They are not very durable and will quickly perish if they are attacked directly. They also seem to lose hate over time, and often return to healing duty if they are not directly engaged in attack.

It can be noticed that physician units will cast tiers of spells in accordance to how many areas a nation controls. For instance, if Windurst controls Windurst Waters and West Sarutabaruta (S), the Combat Salvemixers would be able to cast up to Cure II, Protect II, Shell II and Raise. They can even cast normally self-target only spells such as Blink on defenders. The efficiency of physician units can be improved by undertaking Cut and Cauterize campaign ops.

Since physicians never accompany an attacking wave, it is up to players to keep offensive Allied forces healed during an assault on beastmen forts.

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Each of the armies (except for the Dark Kindred currently) have an auxiliary maintenance unit. This unit is non-combative, as they perform other tasks when deployed, and have no commander. They will bring supplies to the forts, perform bombing runs on enemy bases, and can assemble siege weapons (see below) if their nation's conditions support it.

These troops will only attack in self-defense, and until a recent update, beastmen utility forces completely ignored any attack as they carried out their missions. Upon reaching their objective, they will warp out when finished. If they are setting up siege machines, there will be an ominous summoning animation as they move into position. They are considered victorious if most of them manage to succeed in their mission.

If they are deployed on an offensive campaign operation, they are still considered an attacking wave and must be dealt with by defending forces.

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Upon reaching certain technological levels, both the Allied Forces and the Beastman will be able to deploy siege weapons in campaign battles:

BelfryBearbeiten

Available to both the Allied Forces of Altana as well as the Beastman Confederate, the belfry will become available to armies attacking regions not under their influence once their technological means have reached a predetermined level.

Since they house a "war bell" capable of calling forth reinforcements, it is imperative that players not only protect the belfries of the Allied Forces tooth and nail, but also demolish those of the Beastman Confederate as quickly as possible.

The reinforcements will attempt to assault the fortifications, but will defend the belfry if it is being attacked. The beastmen reinforcements have a unique appearance and have a special weaponskill. Unlike normal attacking waves, these reinforcements will continue to respawn until the belfry is destroyed.

ManteletBearbeiten

The mantelet is also available to both sides, and will be placed at a location that an army is defending once their technological means have reached a predetermined level.

The mantelet's benefit derives from its ability to restore the HP of friendly players within its vicinity. As such, much like the belfry, they must be defended or destroyed accordingly.

To be specific, a mantelet will restore the HP, MP, and TP of any defenders within range. The mantelet has a limited use however; it will gradually weaken as it heals defenders and will despawn upon depletion. In strongholds, multiple mantelets may be installed in various locations.

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Available only to the Beastman Confederate are siege turrets, which will appear when an army's technological means reach an incredibly high level while attacking an area not under their influence.

Capable of repeated long-range attacks, in addition to spawning ferocious enemies, the siege turret is widely considered to be the Beastman Confederate's most powerful and deadliest weapon.

Although they appear to have wheels, they usually never move as they are installed very close to the fort. Their main attack is a ranged attack and a large radius blast attack, aimed to hit the fortifications and any defenders nearby. They will also deploy some war beasts to attack the fortifications.

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The Allied Forces of Altana Bearbeiten

Allied NPCs of the each nation participate in combat. They come in large squads of roughly 10-15 NPCs to protect or attack fortifications. Also, Freelance NPCs will come to the aid of any nation who gains influence over them by doing certain tasks.

Unlike typical NPCs, the strength and defenses of these NPCs are constantly fluctuating based on their conditioning and participation in battle. If Allied forces are defeated several times, they will gradually become weaker in future battles and be less capable of fighting on their own. Likewise, if the NPCs are victorious, they will gradually become stronger and it will be harder for Beastmen forces to defeat them. Players can help improve the condition of their nation's forces through Military training Campaign Ops.

Federation Forces of WindurstBearbeiten

Federation Army - Windurst
Commander Regulars Notes
Kayeel-Payeel (BLM/SMN) Aquarian Casters Tarutaru Black Mages - Kayeel-Payeel uses Ancient Magic II, summons "Fiend" elementals to aid him and wields the Claustrum. Possesses a unique weaponskill called "Tartarus Torpor."
Lutete Ariesian Casters Tarutaru White Mages - Lutete summons light elementals called "Luminous Coalescence" that rapidly bombards enemies with Holy.
Zonpa-Zippa (PUP/WHM) Capricornian Casters Tarutaru Puppetmasters - Zonpa-Zippa calls upon Ace Cardians into battle and can Overdrive.
Zolku-Azolku (SCH/BLM) Libran Casters Tarutaru Scholars - Zolku unleashes helix spells on opponents, he can also casts Tier 4 elemental nukes, Ancient Magic II, and can use the devastating weaponskill Death Knell when his life is in danger.
Gariri (BLM/SMN) Scorpion Casters Tarutaru Black Mages - Gariri summons a Flame Giant avatar, and casts any Fire-elemental spell up to Flare II.
Nyumomo (BST/BLM) Patriarch Protectors Tarutaru Beastmasters - Nyumomo calls Patrol Worms into battle and specializes in Earth Elemental magic.
Mikhe Aryohcha Cougar Volunteers Mithra Monks - Mikhe is a tough brawler, uses a special weaponskill "Leonine Legflail."
Haja Zhwan Wildcat Volunteers Mithra Rangers - Haja Zhwan repeatedly uses Detonator.
Vhino Delkahngo Crocodile Mercenaries Mithra Rangers - Vhino uses a special ranged weaponskill called "Soulfetter Arrow".
Lhu Mhakaracca Python Mercenaries Mithra Beastmasters - Lhu Mhakaracca calls upon two Rocs named "Kyo" and "Pya," and wields the Guttler.
N/A Piscean Casters Tarutaru White Mages - Auxiliary unit that performs supply runs and sabotage.
N/A Combat Salvemixer Tarutaru White Mage support unit - Will buff and heal all allied characters that are joining in Campaign, and does not engage in actual combat unless attacked. Only dispatched with another other unit (except the Piscean Casters).
N/A Federation Dispenser Mithra distributors - provides temporary items for players in offensive campaign battles while supplies last.
Allied Belfry Wildcat Vanguard Mithra Ninja - Emerges from an Allied Belfry in Yagudo controlled areas.
Allied Armored Belfry Cardian Prototype Cardians - Emerges from an advanced Allied Armored Belfry in Yagudo controlled areas.
Allied Mantelet N/A Appears in Campaign battles taking place in Allied cities. Every person standing by a Mantelet will gain Regen, Refresh and Regain (3/tick for each) until stepping away from it.

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Republican Army - Bastok
Commander Regulars Notes
Maximilian (THF/WAR) 1st Legionnaire Galka Rangers - Maximilian has devastating attack power and dual wields two swords.
Ludwig (DRK) 2nd Legionnaire Hume Dark Knights - Ludwig casts normal Dark Knight spells plus Bio III.
Invincible Shield (WAR) 3rd Legionnaire Hume Rangers - Invincible Shield uses a unique, slightly-ranged, slightly-AoE weaponskill called "Napalm Tomahawk," while his unit stands back and fires crossbows.
Bartholomaus (WAR) 1st Iron Musketeer Hume Red Mages - Bartholomaus uses his own unique AoE weaponskill, "Glory Slash."
Kurt(NIN) 8th Iron Musketeer Hume Ninjas - Kurt and his musketeers use ranged attacks and ninjutsu. Kurt has a unique weaponskill called "Iainuki" and runs with Flee-like speed.
Elivira(RNG/RDM) 1st Gold Musketeer Hume Rangers - Elivira is armed with an Annihilator and self-skillchains with Coronach.
Else (RDM/DRG) 1st Legion Reiter Galka Red Mages - Despite wielding a polearm, Else casts high tier Red Mage spells including Bindga.
Striking Bull(WAR) 2nd Legion Grenadier Galka Warriors - Striking Bull repeatedly uses Mistral Axe and throws "Bloody Tomahawks" at long range as his preferred style.
Adelheid (SCH/RDM) 2nd Legion Scout Hume Scholars - Adelheid summons "status tubes" to assist in battle as well as casting tier IV elemental magic and enfeebling magic.
Sonia (DNC/MNK) Field Musician Guard Hume Dancers - Sonia's attacks have Additional Effect: Stun.
N/A 4th Legionnaire Hume - Auxiliary unit that performs supply runs and sabotage missions. Builds the Allied Belfry and Allied Mantelet.
N/A Field Woundpatcher Hume White Mage support unit - Will buff and heal all allied characters that are joining in Campaign, and does not engage in actual combat unless attacked. Only dispatched with another other unit (except the 4th Legionnaires).
N/A Republic Supplier Galka distributors - provides temporary items for players in offensive campaign battles while supplies last.
Allied Belfry 1st Legion Aidman Hume Red Mages - Emerges from an Allied Belfry in Quadav-controlled areas
Allied Armored Belfry 1st Legion Mercenary Goblin Rangers - Emerges from an advanced Allied Armored Belfry in Quadav-controlled areas.
Allied Mantelet N/A Appears in Campaign battles taking place in Allied cities. Every person standing by a Mantelet will gain Regen, Refresh and Regain (3/tick for each) until stepping away from it.

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Kingdom Army - San d'Oria
Commander Regulars Notes
Yrvaulair S Cousseraux (DRG) Royal Knight Elvaan Paladins - Yrvaulair throws special "Volant Angons" that inflict direct damage. Yrvaulair strikes down hard upon his enemies with powerful polearm skills as well.
Febrenard C Brunnaut (WHM) Temple Knight Elvaan White Mages - Febrenard and his unit support and heal each other, making them very difficult to defeat. They often rely on outlasting their enemies while plastering them with cripling blows and powerful divine magic.
Valaineral R Davilles (PLD) Royal Guard Elvaan Paladins - Valaineral's Hauteclaire always procs its Additional Effect: Light Damage, and uses "Uriel Blade," a powerful AoE Light based weapon skill.
Cerane I Virgaut (PLD) Aragoneu Knight Elvaan Paladins - Cerane wields a Club and Aegis. Her Aegis gives her tremendous Defensive strength. She favors using Hexa Strike and Shield Bash to dispatch her enemies.
Feldrautte I Rouhent (MNK) Norvallen Knight Elvaan Paladins - Feldrautte fights with a Staff while countering enemies with his own devestating blows. He often uses Counterstance to increase his counter rate. He favors using the weaponskill Full Swing for extreme damage.
Laisavie X Berlends (RNG/PLD) Silver Fox Archer Elvaan Rangers - Laisavie uses a Bow and Archery weaponskills, including a unique cone-shaped AoE, "Arrow of Apathy. She also cures herself and uses Invincible.
Noillurie (SAM/PLD) Red Rose Condottiere Elvaan Warriors - Noillurie uses Meditate and will regularly self-skillchain with her Amanomurakumo. Noillurie can unleash a fury of weaponskills upon using Meikyo Shisui. She can also heal herself with Cure IV.
Leonoyne (DRK/PLD) Savage Hound Condottie Elvaan Warriors - Leonoyne uses Ice-based elemental spells, as well as curative magic; he can also use Invincible. He has a unique ice-based, cone-AoE weaponskill: Spine Chiller, which inflicts Terror.
Ashmea B Greinner (RDM/PLD) Scarlet Boar Esquire Elvaan Dragoons - Ashmea dual wields swords and casts Fire-based Elemental and Enhancing spells. She also has a unique, fire based cone-shaped AoE weaponskill "Prominence."
Mieuseloir B Enchelles (DRK/PLD) Crimson Wolf Esquire Elvaan Dragoons - Mieuseloir has a large Additional Effect: Drain effect, and casts verious Dark Magic spells. He also uses protective spells and divine magic. His unique weaponskill, "Cruel Riposte," drains an enormous amount of HP from his enemy.
N/A Gold Badger Esquire Elvaan - Auxiliary unit that performs supply runs and sabotage.
N/A Royal Palliator Elvaan White Mage support unit - Will buff and heal all allied characters that are joining in Campaign, and does not engage in actual combat unless attacked. Only dispatched with another other unit (except the Gold Badger Esquire).
N/A Royal Provisioner Elvaan distributors - provides temporary items for players in offensive campaign battles while supplies last.
Allied Belfry Royal Banneret Elvaan Paladins - Emerges from an Allied Belfry in Orcish-controlled areas.
Allied Armored Belfry Royal Esquire Elvaan Vorlage:Information Needed - Emerges from an advanced Allied Armored Belfry in Orcish-controlled areas.
Allied Mantelet N/A Appears in Campaign battles taking place in Allied cities. Every person standing by a Mantelet will gain Regen, Refresh and Regain (3/tick for each) until stepping away from it.

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Players may run into free-spirit NPCs without ties to any nation. Such NPCs are known as "freelances." On such encounters you may be able to recruit these characters, enlisting them to temporarily serve the efforts of the Allied Forces. Freelances recruited in such a manner will not only participate directly in combat, but will also come to have an influence on the armies and countries which they serve under, and may even form their own ranks to lead in battle.

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The monsters appear in squadrons of 10-12 with a named leader. They all check as Impossible to Gauge. These will not aggro players without the sword icon for Campaign; only players with Allied Tags will be attacked.

There is one exception: you can be attacked by beastmen defending a zone without Allied Tags if you are attacking the fortifications (either by magic ranged or melee attacks) and are seen, they will aggro to you. The beastmen forces have a small sight aggro range to any other beastmen or the fortifications, but you can walk past a mob or wait for it to move away before continuing your attack. If you do draw aggro, it would be best to get some NPC's or other's players to help you; only the slighest provocation will make you lose hate.

  • Unconfirmed, but in order to cause their retreat in regional campaign battles, at least 10 of the dispatched force must be killed.
    • This seems to be different in Strongholds and may require more to be killed depending on the numbers of the attacking force. It may have something to do with whether they are attacking or defending that determines their limit in battle.
    • This does NOT include the generals and it has been proven that their forces do not retreat if the general is killed first.
  • Being defeated by these mobs without Allied Tags will cause you to lose experience points as normal.
  • It is possible to gain hate without Allied Tags if you assist other player characters with Allied Tags on.
  • Since the 3/10/08 update, the attack power of these mobs against NPCs and (possibly) Fortifications has been dramatically increased (possibly NPC defense has been lowered instead). As well, NPCs will now earn and keep enmity rather than being ignored at the slightest provocation. Combined, this means that while it is easier for lower-level players to operate in Campaign without being slaughtered, many more players will likely be needed to maintain control over hotly contested regions as the NPCs can no longer be expected to do all the work.

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These uncommon forces sometimes show up during campaign battles, and are often more difficult than the other three forces. They only operate offensively and will sometimes bring freelances with them into campaign battles.

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The Orcish Host employs "Orcish Counterstance," granting them a counterstance effect. To avoid being countered, stand behind the enemy. Some NM's use "Berserker Dance" to grant a self-Haste effect. Neither effect can be Dispeled. Any Orc force can defend La Vaule (S).

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Quadav Shieldwarriors have a TP move called "Diamond Shell" that makes any attacks from behind hit for 0 damage while the effect is active, including Ninjutsu and other spells. Take note of when it's used and move to the front to cause damage. Diamond Shell sometimes has no effect. Ore Lob is also usable by all Quadav forces, and Wrath of Gu'Dha (absorbed by 3 shadows, potent AOE knockback and Weight) is usable only by Quadav generals.

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The Yagudo Theomilitary have an ability called "Feathered Furore" that will remove one random piece of equipment in a cone blast. Several campaign leaders also use "Dark Invocation" to inflict poison/death.

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The Allied Forces of Altana are not the only ones to recruit allies. The Beastmen Confederate also have their own swords for hire. These freelances usually appear in battles to assist units of the Dark Kindred and other units of the Beastman Confederate.

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