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Order and Chaos Online: Getting S2 & S2.5 Gear Fast

Updated on October 26, 2015

What is PvP?

Before we get into all the complicated information, you need to understand about pvp. pvp means player versus player. In OaC, pvp gets unlocked after you reach 70. There are 3 different pvp modes- 2v2, 4v4, and battlefield (capture the flag). To enter pvp, select the league icon and tap on one of the 3 modes. That will automatically que you in and find you random opponents and allies. A pvp match is over when one team's players get defeated or in Battlefield, when one team captures 3 flags. Both the losing and winners will receive honor points, which will be used to purchase the S2 and S2.5 gear later on.

S2 Gear

Exchange Honor for Arena Points
Exchange Honor for Arena Points | Source
S2 Armor
S2 Armor | Source
S2 Trinkets
S2 Trinkets | Source

S2 and S2.5 Gear

Now you need to know the purpose of S2 and S2.5 gear and what makes them so attractive to the players. To purchase S2 you need arena points. To get arena points, you need to exchange honor points for it. 500 honor points for 1500 arena points. The S2 gear is called the merciless combatant set. S2 gives a bonus when you have 2 peices of it, That's why most people stop after getting 2 pieces of it. S2.5 is slightly better than S2 and also a little cheaper in terms of honor points. They have different names for each class. The S2.5 gear gives a bonus when you have 4 peices of it. The ideal gear set is 4 S2.5 and 2 S2 gear. That way, your character will obtain 2 bonuses from the gear. Your winning rate will also dramatically increase once you have these gear.

Battlefield Gameplay Photos

Battlefield Farm

The first and most complicated option is battlefield farm. Battlefield, as displayed above, is a 4v4 capture the flag. Battlefield farm is when opposing teams take turns purposely losing. This method of farming will only work with battlefield because very few do battlefield, so you can meet the team that's going to purposely lose. If you try this is 4s, chances are you will meet a unknown team and they'll their best to kill you. Another bonus of doing battlefield is that battlefield gives more honor points than 4s. I recommend forming teams in your guild because based on experience, that's the fastest way of getting teams ready. The only drawback is that your rating won't increase a whole lot since you are going to lose after you win. On the right I included photos of my battlefield fights.

Hiring Pros

Another and most used way is the hiring pro players. Many players resort to this option. Basically, the player seeks out players with powerful gear and pay them to help them win in the arena. Prices range from the level of gear the players have. This option is highly sought after when the player is looking to rise in the ratings, which is needed to purchase S3 Gear. I personally don't recommend this because of the money draining. Better to join a pvp guild and ask for help then.

Monk S3 Gear
Monk S3 Gear | Source
S3 Gear Shop
S3 Gear Shop | Source

Monk Hired 3 Pro Mages

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