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==Description==
 
==Description==
 
[[Image:Level Restriction (Status Effect).png]] '''Level Restriction''' is a [[:Category:Status Effects|status effect]] that temporarily lowers your level until it wears off or is removed. Affected characters are treated as if they were of lower level, able to only use abilities appropriate to that level.
 
[[Image:Level Restriction (Status Effect).png]] '''Level Restriction''' is a [[:Category:Status Effects|status effect]] that temporarily lowers your level until it wears off or is removed. Affected characters are treated as if they were of lower level, able to only use abilities appropriate to that level.
   
Weapons and armor above the level restriction may still be equipped as normal, however, the attributes of the equipment will be adjusted for the lower level (see [[Equipment Scaling]] for more information).
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Weapons and armor above the level restriction may still be equipped as normal, however, the attributes of the equipment are adjusted for the lower level (see [[Equipment Scaling]] for more information).
   
 
When level restriction status is inflicted upon a player, all of that player's positive magical effects are removed.
 
When level restriction status is inflicted upon a player, all of that player's positive magical effects are removed.
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*Some buffs, such as [[Signet]]/[[Sanction]]/[[Sigil]], [[Dedication]], and equipment-gained [[Reraise]] aren't removed.
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*There are some very rare cases where the restriction removes no buffs at all, such as during [[All by Myself]], [[Eco-Warrior]], and all "Trial-Size" avatar fights.
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Many battlefields/confrontations that have this effect are actually set to a Level Restriction of 99. For example most mission battlefields have the effect, but the level is not actually restricted below the current maximum.
   
 
==How to remove the effect==
 
==How to remove the effect==
*Finishing the task that set the restriction upon you will remove the effect.
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*Finish the task that caused the restriction
*Returning to your [[Home Point]] will remove the effect.
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*Return to your [[Home Point]]
*Leaving an area which has a '''level restriction'''
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*[[K.O.]] removes the effect in rare situations; however, the effect returns upon revival if restriction conditions have not been met
*[[K.O.]] will sometimes remove the effect, however the effect will return upon revival if restriction conditions have not been met.
 
   
 
==How the effect is inflicted==
 
==How the effect is inflicted==
*[[:Category:BCNM|BCNMs]]
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*[[:Category:BCNM|BCNMs]] and [[:Category:ENM|ENMs]]
 
*[[:Category:Quests|Certain Quests]]
 
*[[:Category:Quests|Certain Quests]]
 
*[[:Category:Missions|Certain Missions]]
 
*[[:Category:Missions|Certain Missions]]
*Entering certain [[:Category:Areas|areas]].
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*[[:Category:Special Events|Certain Events]]
*Activating [[Guide Beret|Guide Beret]].
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*Activating the [[Guide Beret|Guide Beret]]
   
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 06:41, June 10, 2012

DescriptionEdit

Level Restriction (Status Effect) Level Restriction is a status effect that temporarily lowers your level until it wears off or is removed. Affected characters are treated as if they were of lower level, able to only use abilities appropriate to that level.

Weapons and armor above the level restriction may still be equipped as normal, however, the attributes of the equipment are adjusted for the lower level (see Equipment Scaling for more information).

When level restriction status is inflicted upon a player, all of that player's positive magical effects are removed.

Many battlefields/confrontations that have this effect are actually set to a Level Restriction of 99. For example most mission battlefields have the effect, but the level is not actually restricted below the current maximum.

How to remove the effectEdit

  • Finish the task that caused the restriction
  • Return to your Home Point
  • K.O. removes the effect in rare situations; however, the effect returns upon revival if restriction conditions have not been met

How the effect is inflictedEdit

See AlsoEdit

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