I am excited to announce the launch of my new Lineage 2 High Five server! If you're a fan of Lineage 2, you won't want to miss out on the action that my server has to offer.
With a High Five chronicle, you can expect a truly unique and immersive gaming experience. My server offers a variety of exciting features, including a balanced economy, custom NPCs, and a friendly and active community.
One of the standout features of my server is the focus on PvP. Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a newcomer to the world of Lineage 2, you'll find plenty of opportunities to engage in thrilling battles with other players. With our custom PvP system and unique events, you'll never run out of challenges to overcome.
But that's not all - my server also offers a range of custom content and quests that will keep you engaged and entertained for hours on end. With regular updates and a dedicated team of developers, you can expect a high-quality and enjoyable gaming experience every time you log in.
So what are you waiting for? Join the action on my Lineage 2 High Five server today and experience the thrill of a truly epic adventure!
Cronica High Five
Spoil x 10
Seal Stone x10
RateQuestsAdenaReward x 5
RateSiegeGuard x 1
RateManor x 5
Free subb class
Free class transfer
Gm shop grade S
Quest certification :on
Siegue castle monthly :on
Olympiad monthly :on
Seven sings free :on
2 HOUR buffs
Olympiad max enchant +6
Safe enchant normal 50%
Safe enchant blessed 50%
"We are in beta phase."
L2EUROLATIN HIGH FIVE X30
Hi, I would like to know what each part of this code refers to:
<add val="25" stat="reflectDam" order="0x40"/>
<add val="30" stat="reflectSkillPhysic" order="0x40"/>
<add val="30" stat="reflectSkillMagic" order="0x40"/>
From what I understand the "add val="xx" would be the amount in net number, the "stat=" the attribute name, but what does "order="0x40"/>" mean?
I would appreciate if you could help me, since I can not find anyone who can explain a little, I'm learning only by trial and error.
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