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Non-Official Instructions/Guide

\Dransik Beta V1.43
 \Non-Official Instructions/Guide v1.0
  \by Locke Cole


1: Intro
2: Legal Cr@pola
3: About the Launcher
 .1: Initialization
 .2: Login
 .3: Updating
 .4: Poll
 .5: Servers
4: About the Game
 .1: Updating
 .2: Characters
   -a: Creating a Character
     1: Races
     2: Professions
     3: Attributes
   -b: Using a Previous Character
 .3: Playing
   -a: HUD Explanation
     1: Health
     2: Stamina
     3: Hunger
     4: Alignment
     5: Experience
     6: Weight
     7: Equipment
     8: Backpack
     9: Skills
     10: Enchant/Cast (Magic and Mystery Only)
     11: Map
     12: Chat
     13: Taming Console
     14: Shield
     15: Ship (Disabled)
     16: Options
   -b: Moving
   -c: Other Players
   -d: Talking to Other Players
   -e: NPCs
     1: What are NPCs?
     2: NPCs to know about
     3: Interacting with NPCs
   -f: Venturing out
     1: Combat Mode
     2: Attacking
   -g: Justice System
     1: Criminal (Crim) Status
     2: Jail
   -h: Skills
     1: Learning New Skills
     2: Building Up Skills
   -i: Tips
     1: Easy Experience
     2: Easy Money
     3: Hunting
     4: Other items
   -j: FAQ
5: Outro

\1. Intro

What is Dransik?

Depends on what you're talking about. Either Dransik is an executable file,
used for gaming pleasure, or...

Dransik is a vast world, filled with mystery, possibility, hardship, love,
hate, and friendship. It's a world that's been torn asunder, and rebuilt many
times. In this world, there is no set path that's been predetermined by fate.
Your future, and the futures of your immediate surroundings, is up to YOU. Are
you up to the task?

\2. Legal Cr@pola

I've said it in many FAQs that I've made, and I'll say it again.

This FAQ is property of Locke Cole, L0CKE_COLE, and/or L0CKE COLE (who are all
the same person). You can use this FAQ for reading, printing, and giving to
your friends, as well as inspiration to get off your @$$ and write a FAQ, but
not to copy things off of, sell, or anything of that sort.

Thank you for putting up with my cr@p. We now return you to the regularly
scheduled FAQ.

\3. About the Launcher

If you want to play Dransik, you must first get the launcher, which will keep
the game updated every time you log on, by downloading patches and such. The
launcher can be found at www.dransik.com, just click the "Download" link.

Every time a new launcher comes out, be sure to download the update patch from
the Dransik website.

\3.1 Initialization

Okay, you have all of the files. Great. But to get started, you have to get the
files "warmed up." Don't worry, you don't have to do anything. The launcher
initializes, or readies the files for faster use. This may take a while,
depending on how fast your computer is.

\3.2 Login

After initializing all the files, login. Type your user name and password in if
you have an account, or click the [Create New] button next to the login name

\3.3 Updating

If you've got a 56k, and you're wondering why it takes so goddamn long to log
in, that's because the launcher is sending all of your file info to make sure
that everything is up-to-date. If there are files that are behind the times, or
not present, it will download what is needed.

\3.4 Poll

Once in a while, a poll will pop up in the launcher. Just pick an option and
click [OK].

\3.5 Servers

"Yaay! I'm ready to play!" NOT!!! Ok, ok... I was a little harsh. All you have
to do is pick a server. There are three somewhat-permanent servers...

Dransik New World: The standard beta server, located in Texas, USA.
Great Wall: A server located in China.
Krythan Inception: A server in California,USA.

Pick a server to begin. Check out the Dransik website for more info.

\4. About the Game

After all those hours of tedious downloading, you finally get into the main

\4.1 Updating

...but alas! More updates! If there was an update for this particular server,
or if this is your first time visiting the server, you will have to download
settings and such. Don't worry! Even on a 56k, these files take less than 2

\4.2 Characters

If you need an explanation for what a character is, hit CTRL+ALT+DELETE twice,
and go outside.

\4.2-a Creating a Character

To have a character, you must create one.

\4.2-a1 Races

There are no differences between what race you are, besides your appearance,
but the races are Human, Night Elf, and Orc, all with a male/female gender

\4.2-a2 Professions

Warrior - Gives you experience in small blades.
Blacksmith - Gives you a pick and a hammer, and experience in mining and
Farmer - Gives you a Shovel and Pecans, and some experience in Planting.
Cook - Gives you a materials for mixing and cooking, and gives you experience
in Bread Mixing and Cooking.

\4.2-a3 Attributes

You get 5 points in each attribute, and 5 extra to put anywhere.

Strength: Affects attack damage, your weight limit, and your HP increases by 2
each time you boost it with an orb.

Dexterity: Affects hit rate and evasion, how often you cut through a person,
and armor goes up by 1 for every 4 dexterity points.

Intellect: Need 30 points to tame wolves, and will have something to do with

Constitution: Affects how fast you regenerate, and boosts HP by 5 for every
time you boost it with an orb.

\4.2-b Using a Previous Character

It's as simple as double-clicking the character that you wish to use: you
double-click the character you wish to use.

\4.3 About the Game

Unless you couldn't log on, you should be playing now.

You start in the Town of Silvest, on Silvest Island. Silvest is commonly
referred to (by players) as "n00b island", and for a good reason.

Silvest is where you learn the basics in whatever you may want to learn.
Whether it is dagger combat, mining, or whatever, that's up to you.

On Silvest, you cannot attack other players. If you try to, the targeting
system shuts off before you can launch your first attack. Wait until you get to
Krythan, you impatient Pkers! :P

\4.3-a HUD Explanation

The HUD contains the chat box and your current status. No, not your status 10
minutes ago, or your friend's status; yours!

\4.3-a1 Health

Health, the red bar with red numbers, is used to tell how injured you are. When
you get hit, your Health, or HP, drops. If it drops to 0, you die, and are sent
to the nearest Spawn Gate, with about 2/3 of your Health restored.

If you die on Krythan, you will drop items, and sometimes equipment. In this
case, get to your body as fast as possible (it decays) and get all of your
stuff, before it drops your stuff off your body or someone loots (steals) your

\4.3-a2 Stamina

Stamina is the purple bar with purple numbers. It's used to tell how much
immediate strength you have left to walk, attack, cast magic, etc.

It drops as you walk/attack/whatever. When it starts glowing, you slow down and
attack slower than usual. To restore it, stand still, not attacking, moving, or
even breathing (that last one was fake, he he) until it reaches a satisfactory
level for you.

I have found out that you still lose stamina when you try to move, but are
blocked by a tree/wall/NPC.

\4.3-a3 Hunger

Hunger, the blue bar and numbers, tells how hungry you are.

It drops in time, and to restore it, eat food. If it drops to 0, you start
losing HP and you don't regenerate it.

\4.3-a4 Alignment

The circle's location on this bar tells what your alignment is; good, or evil.
Green is good, yellow is neutral, and red is evil.

If you see someone with a white name, then that person is holy; pure good.
These are the last people you'd expect to PK, scam, or anything of the sort.

You raise alignment by:
Hunting ONLY hostile NPCs
Not turning criminal

To drop AP:
Kill players (playerkilling, or Pking)
Kill every NPC that comes your way

\4.3-a5 Experience

Experience points are what determines your level. You get experience by hitting
things (experience per hit = the amount of damage dealt), planting and
harvesting crops, cooking, or basically everything in Dransik except for
walking, or sitting there and doing nothing.

Your level is displayed in the top box, to the right of the experience bar.

Experience Points needed for:
Level 1 - 0
Level 2 - 2,000
Level 3 - 4,000
Level 4 - 6,000
Level 5 - 8,000
Level 6 - 10,000
Level 7 - 15,000
Level 8 - 20,000
Level 9 - 25,000
Level 10 - 30,000

There are more levels than that, I'm just not gonna list 'em all. :P

\4.3-a6 Weight

Weight is, well, the total weight of all of your items. The more items you
have, or the heavier they are, the higher your weight goes. Once your weight
bar starts flashing, sell/drop/bank whatever you don't need. If you reach or
exceed your weight limit, you REALLY slow down. Get to a wacky weight level,
and you won't be able to move at all.

\4.3-a7 Equipment

Clicking the button with the person in it brings up equipment and status. To
equip something, drag it to the empty slot of your choice (as long as you put
leggings on your legs and mails on your body), or just simply double-click the
item to equip.

(NOTE: Just because a price is higher doesn't necessarily mean that it's
better. IMO, I prefer a Stiletto to a Sabre, mainly because the Stiletto's
faster, and does about the same damage as a Long Sword)

\4.3-a8 Backpack

Click the backpack button to bring up your backpack, which is where you put all
of your battle/looting/scamming spoils and merchandise. Need I explain more?
No? Good.

\4.3-a9 Skills

Click the picture of the hand to bring up the skills console, showing all the
skills you possess, what level they all are, and how much experience you need
to level up those skills.

When you finish a quest, you get experience in your experience pool. The
experience in the E. Pool is displayed in the bottom box to the right of the
experience bar. You can add any experience in your E. Pool to a skill to aid in
leveling up that particular skill.

(NOTE: To level up a skill, the experience MUST go over the amount needed. So
to level up a skill that has 100 exp, and requires 250 exp, then add 151, to
get 251 exp, the amount actually needed to level up a skill.)

\4.3-a10 Enchant/Cast (Magic and Mystery Only)

Until magic is done with beta testing, this button (the picture of the wand) is
only enabled on the Magic and Mystery server.

Click this, then the button that appears in the box to enchant a magic weapon
(like a Mage Staff).

Insert runes into empty slots or on already inserted runes to use them. Click
the rune(s) of your choice that you need to cast a spell, then click a target
to prepare and cast the spell at the target.

\4.3-a11 Map

Click the picture of the globe to bring up the minimap.

\4.3-a12 Chat

Click the picture of the lips, or press [T] to open the chat box. See "Talking
to Other Players" for more information.

\4.3-a13 Taming Console

To tame a wolf, you MUST have 30 INT or more. Go up to the wolf, double click
it, and you got yourself a k00 pet!

This console is used to control any animals you've tamed. Click on the animal
of choice, and select a command.

\4.3-a14 Shield

Brings up the guild console.

I have no idea what this looks like. Once I get into a guild, I'll update.

\4.3-a15 Ship (Disabled)

The second-to-last button is disabled, because there are no ships in the game

\4.3-a16 Options

Brings up the game options.

Music - Turn ingame music on/off.

Music Volume - Ugh, if I've GOT to explain this, turn off the computer and go
play outside.

Control-Click to Identify - Toggles between how you identify things, by
double-clicking, or by holding CTRL and then clicking.

Enable Chat Logging - Records the chat text for that gaming session.

English - Toggle between English text and Chinese text on the GUI.

\4.3-b Moving

...you...don't know how to move, do you? Simple, move the mouse pointer in the
direction you wish to move, and hold down the right mousebutton. Or, simply use
the arrow keys to move in the direction you want to. NOW MOVE YOUR @$$! THOSE

\4.3-c Other Players

Did'ja think that you'd be playing this Massively MULTIPLAYER Online
Role-Playing Game ALONE? GET REAL!

Many people play Dransik, and they all have different motivations. Some may be
helping n00bs, while others will kill n00bs. Hey, it's their Dransik life. Let
'em do what they want!

\4.3-d Talking to Other Players

To talk to other players, press [t] and start typing. Press [Enter] when done,
and everyone in your immediate vicinity will hear (see) you talk.

Whispering to other players is simple. Stand next to another player, hit [t],
click the ear button and type your whispered message. Everyone that is one step
away from you will hear (see) your whispered message.

If you get into a guild, a third button appears. Click it, and type to send a
message to any members in your guild that are online, no matter where you are.

\4.3-e NPCs

Anyone who is not a player is an NPC.

\4.3-e1 What is an NPC?

"NPC" stands for "Non-Player Character," which is a character that is computer

NPCs are somewhat easy to distinguish from players. They move slower, and
attack only when provoked. NPCs are also your items. That shovel? Yes, that's
an NPC.

\4.3-e2 NPCs to Know About

Guards - Usually stand at a town entrance, or they patrol around. If a monster
enters their immediate vicinity, they attack it, no matter what. The same goes
for criminals, and they will jail you if you've committed enough crimes.

Monsters - Range from triddles and bats to ettins and horned devils. They
attack any non-hostile NPC or player, and will follow pursuit until you lose
'em, you kill 'em, or they kill you.

\4.3-e3 Interacting With NPCs

Double-click an NPC that is no more that two steps away to talk to it, haggle
with it, whatever.

Some NPCs start simple quests, awarding you with 250-750 experience into your
experience pool, and some good items to sell.

\4.3-f Venturing Out

Unless you want to stay in Silvest all your life and not have any fun, you have
to venture out of the town.

When you go out, try to bring at least 10 pieces of cooked food as emergency
rations, and a few (Greater) Healing Potions (a.k.a. "pots")

\4.3-f1 Combat Mode

Want to get rid of that huge horde of bats, snakes, orcs, kobolds, ettins, and
horned devils all by yourself? Press [A] to enter combat mode. In combat mode,
your character pulls out a weapon, and the mouse pointer turns red. Click on a
hostile NPC to target it. If you have Target Protection off, you can target

\4.3-f2 Attacking

While targeting something, just go right up to the target to attack it. Attack
damage depends on Strength, your weapon, and whatever the computer rolls out.
Yes, the hostiles fight back too. Never under estimate an enemy. A skeleton may
not look intimidating, but if you aren't properly equipped, you'll be dead in
no time. In the case that you run low on HP, RUN!!! Find a safe spot and heal

\4.3-g Justice System

Face it. If you break enough laws, those guards'll bust your butt. Good if
you're always targeted by PKers, bad it you ARE the PKer.

\4.3-g1 Criminal (Crim) Status

The first offense leads to a criminal tag on your name. In this case, some
people will fear you, others will be more compelled to attack.

The criminal tag is a grey name. You get this tag by:
Hitting a non-hostile NPC (P)
Murdering a non-hostile NPC
Hitting a non-criminal Player(P)
Murdering a non-criminal Player
Looting a body (P)
Attempting to loot a body (P)

Committing a crime with a (P) results in getting criminal points. Get 10, and
you're on the wanted list, No matter what status you're in.

\4.3-g2 Jail

The jail, wa-a-ay east of Jeel, is where all the roadside scum are scraped up
and put. You get jailed by a GM for breaking a game rule many times, or for
getting caught by a guard when criminal points total 10 or over, and you may
drop an item.

You get a certain time until you are released. This time increases for every
crime you commit. To lower the time, you must move rocks to a crusher in the
quarry until you run out of time. To see how long you've got left, talk to the
judge in the courtroom.

You may get visited by a friend/enemy/partner in crime/whetever. If this
happens, you get paged to come to the visiting room. You can visit for as long
as you'd like. Just remember to get back to work to get out faster.

Just remember, jail doesn't reprogram a person's mind. They WILL PK again.

\4.3-h Skills

You got skillz! In what? Whatever you want. Wanna be a super-duper-uber farmer?
Or a bigtime hunter with swords?

\4.3-h1 Learning New Skills

Some skills are learned by doing whatever it is you're going to do.

When ya dig a hole to plant a seed, and you don't know how to plant (you don't
have the "Planting" skill), you automatically learn it. Hey, as I said: Dransik
is a world of opportunity. You don't move down a path made by fate. Make your
own path.

Some skills, like Item Identification, are only learned through quests. You
don't gain experience when Identifying an item, so you don't learn it.

(NOTE: The quest for item identification requires you to go to Josody, which is
on the Mainland. Since the Mainland was taken out, you cannot finish this

\4.3-h2 Building up Skills

To build up a skill, use that skill more.

You can also build up skills by double-clicking the skill of choice and
choosing how much experience from your E. Pool to put in.

\4.3-i Tips

Take it from me, these tips will help.

\4.3-i1 Easy Experience

If you want easy experience, farm or mine. Most tradeskills give about 100-200+
experience, even if you screw up miserably.

Quests are also good, fast experience.

\4.3-i2 Easy Money

Again, farm/mine/chop trees, and sell some of your spoils. Keep some for other

(NOTE: In farming, Pecans are the edible goldmine! With pecans, you can keep
growing any you pluck off of the trees. Low hunger? Overweight? Eat a few! I've
made thousands of gold with pecans!)

\4.3-i3 Hunting

When hunting, follow these tips to keep yourself and others safe and happy.

Bring at least 10 cooked food with you as emergency rations, and some pots
(remember, pots = (greater) healing potions) for those dubious 50 on 1
situations. Just make sure you won't put yourself overweight.

"CRAP!!! All my stuff just got looted!" I hear that A-A-ALL the time! Make sure
that you go back to town and cash in BEFORE you die! Ya wanna end up as a
beggar, bumming gold off of people? And if you get looted, remain calm. I
freaked out a few times, only 'cuz I kept getting rekilled.

Vulching is attacking a monster that someone already has under control, or
taking battle spoils without consent of the person that killed/is killing the
monster. Doing that can earn you a bad rep, and a title as PK Target.

When you see someone on the side of the road, and you've got a horde of
monsters after you, let them follow you for a while. Be considerate, and don't
lose the monsters so they go after that level 5 person with the dagger and
tunic on...

\4.4 FAQ

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions I hear ingame:

"How do I get out of Silvest [Island]?"
Follow the path north, and east until you reach an outpost that's left of a
mountain range. Go south (watch out for skeletons!) and look for a cave. Go in
the cave, then go to the norther part. Go in the room, and touch the crystal
ball. Welcome to Krythan Island.

"How do I get into the Kobold Castle?"
I don't know... yet. I'll find out soon enough.

"Can I please have some stuff? I'm a n00b!"
No, you may not. I'f I'm feeling generous, I may give some gold. But otherwise,
no. I worked HARD for MY stuff, and I'm not gonna give it all to a n00b that
just signed on for the first time. Get stuff yourself.

Read the last Q.

If you have any other Q's, just e-mail them to me. (l0cke_cole@snet.net)

\5. Outro

Special Thanks to:

Myself, for making this. (w00t!)
ArchDuke, for making the first FAQ for Dransik ever on GameFAQs. That was
motivation enought to get myself to write this.
AsylumSoft, for making one HELLUVA game!
A few n00bs, 'cuz they are the reason for the FAQ section.

"Th-th-th-tha-that's all folks!"

E-MAIL, MSN IM and YAHOO! IM: l0cke_cole@snet.net
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