Clan Requests

Synopsis | Earning Points | Completing Requests | Rewards

 

Synopsis

In order to combat darkness, the King of Aden Amadeo Cadmus is raising money to fund the military and mercenary groups and requested the help of the Dwarf Elder Council to achieve this end. The clan request process is a policy instituted by the Iron Gate Guild to give strength and power to smaller clans per the Dwarf Elder Council’s instructions.

GDaysPN_Clan-Request-NPC.jpgClans can now level up easily by completing requests made by the Dwarf Guilds in Lineage II. Clan Requests allow clan members to contribute to the success of the clan whether they are hunting along or working together. First, the clan must earn points by hunting (together or not), and then must spend the points on entrance into an instanced challenge area. Upon completing the instance the clan receives badges from the Dwarf Guilds, which can be spent on useful items or on leveling up the clan (up to level 7). Only full clan members can participate in the Clan Request system.

The clan leader can start and manage the Clan Request system through the Clan Request Manager NPC Request Info button of the Clan window, which has replaced the End War button. A clan can only work on one guild request at a time, and may only complete an instanced challenge and earn badges once per day. If a clan level 5 or higher completes a request it can get Clan Reputation in addition to badges. If the clan leader changes the request partway through the Clan Request Points accumulated are reset.

When you choose to start a request from the Bronze Key, Black Anvil, or Golden Wheel guilds you are actually merely obtaining the ability to accumulate points to put towards it. Only once you reach the required amount of Clan Request Points can you “receive” the request and perform the instanced challenge that earns you the badges.

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Earning Personal and Clan Request Points

A clan member can earn Personal Request Points through hunting. An on-screen message helps you keep track of them.
You obtain points from monsters most efficiently when you hunt monsters very close to your character’s level. If the monster is 3 or more levels from your level, you may see fewer points accumulated. If you hunt monsters 11 or more levels difference to you no points are gained at all. Points can only be obtained from regular hunting monsters; raid bosses do not award points.

You can gain up to 100 Personal Request Points, at which point no more can be obtained. At any time you can trade in your Personal Request Points for Clan Request points in order to help the clan meet the requests’ goals. Clan Request Points are applied at different rates according to the clan’s level. You don’t have to go back to town to do this; simply open the Clan window, click on Request Info, then Clan Request Menu, and then Add Up Points. You can continue to hunt and gain Personal Request Points as long as you don’t reach the maximum in Personal Request Points, and as long as the clan doesn’t reach its maximum number of Clan Request Points.

Clan members must trade their Personal Quest Points in for Clan Request Points until the maximum is reached. The maximum number of Clan Request Points needed depends on the clan’s level:

Clan Level

Clan Request Points

1

300

2

400

3

500

4

600

5

700

6

800

7

900

8

1,100

9

1,200

10

1,300

11

1,400

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Completing a Clan Request

When the maximum number of Clan Request Points is reached, speak to the Clan Request Manager and click on Receive Request. Choose between the 7-player version or the 14-player version. Doing this effectively purchases the Clan Request, spending your Clan Request Points and resetting them to zero.

A Clan Request is actually an item that summons a new NPC that manages your clan’s entrance into an instanced event. The summoning item lasts for 24 hours and can only be used once per day.

Summon the NPC and speak to her to teleport you and your clan mates to the event location. Other clan members will see a notification prompt on their screen asking if they want to join the event. When a member accepts the invitation they are teleported into the event location. There, speak to the Clan Request Assistant NPC to equip yourself and clan members with a special item that can only be used in this event.

When ready, speak to the Manager NPC again and click Begin Request Activity. All buffs are removed when you enter the instance. Once inside you can speak to the NPC to get your event-related weapon, learn more about your task, and start the activity.

The activity with the Multi Hammer involves having to hit the sleeping milk cows and keep them awake lest the Greedy Mahum Chef try to knock them out for their dinner! The Mahum are attracted to cows that are awake. You and your clan members must keep as many cows awake as possible in order to gain points and complete the instance.

When the event is over you automatically receive the awarded amount of badges in your inventory. Clan members are returned to their original locations in the world by speaking to the Assistant NPC or by being forced out of the instance when it shuts after two minutes.

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Rewards

Increasing Clan Level

By speaking to the Grand Master or High Priest in any town, the clan level can be raised up to level 7 at the following prices. (You can choose to pay the General Payment or the Clan Request Payment methods; you do not have to pay both.)

Clan Level

General Payment

Clan Request Payment

1

20,000 SP
650,000 Adena

3 Bronze Key Guild Badge
3 Black Anvil Guild Badge
3 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

2

100,000 SP
2,500,000 Adena

5 Bronze Key Guild Badge
5 Black Anvil Guild Badge
5 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

3

350,000 SP
Proof of Blood

7 Bronze Key Guild Badge
7 Black Anvil Guild Badge
7 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

4

1,000,000 SP
Proof of Alliance

9 Bronze Key Guild Badge
9 Black Anvil Guild Badge
9 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

5

2,500,000 SP
Proof of Aspiration

11 Bronze Key Guild Badge
11 Black Anvil Guild Badge
11 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

6

5,000 Clan Fame
(30+ Clan Members)

15 Bronze Key Guild Badge
15 Black Anvil Guild Badge
15 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

7

10,000 Clan Fame
(50+ Clan Members)

19 Bronze Key Guild Badge
19 Black Anvil Guild Badge
19 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

Items

The following items are sold by the Clan Request Manager NPC. All items except for the Clan Cloak are tradable.

Items

Price

Clan Cloak

3 Bronze Key Guild Badge
3 Black Anvil Guild Badge
3 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

Scroll: Enchant Weapon (R-Grade)

20 Bronze Key Guild Badge
20 Black Anvil Guild Badge
20 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

Scroll: Enchant Armor (R-Grade)

1 Bronze Key Guild Badge
1 Black Anvil Guild Badge
1 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

Blessed Scroll: Enchant Weapon (R-Grade)

36 Bronze Key Guild Badge
36 Black Anvil Guild Badge
36 Golden Wheel Guild Badge
103,500,000 Adena
75,000 Fame

Blessed Scroll: Enchant Weapon (R-Grade)

22 Bronze Key Guild Badge
22 Black Anvil Guild Badge
22 Golden Wheel Guild Badge
62,100,000 Adena
45,000 Fame

Fire Stone

1 Bronze Key Guild Badge
2 Black Anvil Guild Badge

Water Stone

2 Bronze Key Guild Badge
1 Black Anvil Guild Badge

Earth Stone

1 Black Anvil Guild Badge
2 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

Wind Stone

2 Black Anvil Guild Badge
1 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

Dark Stone

1 Bronze Key Guild Badge
2 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

Holy Stone

2 Bronze Key Guild Badge
1 Golden Wheel Guild Badge

Fire Crystal

2 Bronze Key Guild Badge
3 Black Anvil Guild Badge
2,000,000 Adena

Water Crystal

3 Bronze Key Guild Badge
2 Black Anvil Guild Badge
2,000,000 Adena

Earth Crystal

2 Black Anvil Guild Badge
3 Golden Wheel Guild Badge
2,000,000 Adena

Wind Crystal

3 Black Anvil Guild Badge
2 Golden Wheel Guild Badge
2,000,000 Adena

Dark Crystal

2 Bronze Key Guild Badge
3 Golden Wheel Guild Badge
2,000,000 Adena

Holy Crystal

3 Bronze Key Guild Badge
2 Golden Wheel Guild Badge
2,000,000 Adena

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