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20/20/20 Quest for level 67's that allows you to obtain 2 tabs for the FB69. You have to kill 20 of three types of mob in the dungeon. These occur at all of the following FB levels as well.


Add An extra monster has joined an existing battle.
AE Area Effect
AFK Away from Keyboard. This means the player is away from his computer.
Aggro Radius The radius around the monsters where they will "wake up" and attack you.
Aggro This means the monsters are mad at you and you've "activated" them to attack you. They are now in the motion of trying to reach and attack you.
AGI Agility
AH Auction House
Alt A character on your account other than your main character.
AoE Area of Effect Damage. This is a spell that hurts a group of monsters in an area.
Archo Archosaur
array The Mage aoe skill / the archer aoe skill depending on which class you play
Avatar Your character


BB "Blue bubble", the cleric aoe heal.
BH Bounty Hunter (center of Archosaur NPC)
blue bubble The cleric aoe heal.
Buff A beneficial spell cast on a monster or player. An example of a "buff" is the Priest's Physical PDef buff.


Carebear Player that prefers to help other players attack monsters rather than attack other players in player vs. player combat.
Caster A character that stays on the back row to heal or cast spells on the enemy, such as a Mage.
Char Your character.
Chi The yellow bar that's below your health & mana gauge, allows you to cast certain skills
CON constitution [vitality]
Co-ords Co-ordinates, 6 digits visible in the top right corner near the minimap, used to pinpoint any location on the world map
Creep Jacking A term from 3 where players attack other players while they are already engaged in combat with neutral monsters.
Creep Monster
Crit Critical hit
CTD Call To Duty


D/C Disconnected, usually due to some glitch lag spike or bad connection
DD Damage Dealer
De-Buff A negative spell cast on a unit that makes it less powerful. An example of a "de-buff" is the Werefox skill "Soul Degeneration".
DEX Dexterity, a stat
DMG Damage
DoD Dragon of Depths
dolls Former name of Guardian Scrolls
DOT Damage Over Time
DPS Damage Per Second
DQ Dragon Quest, the quests you start getting at level 20 then 31, 41, and so on.


EA Elf Archer
Elite when referring to a monster, one that's definitively stronger than usual but not particularly a boss
EP Elf Priest - old name for Clerics


FB Fuben (= Chinese for dungeon), the dungeon quests you have to do at higher level but which you receive at level 19, 29, …
FF Forgotten Frostland
FH Full Health
FM Full Mana
FQ Friendship Quest, you get friendship crystals randomly from mob drops, 1 is required by each player for quest (need 3 people minimum) talk to elder in arch to start the quest there a guide somewhere for all the tricks to it, search function should help.
FTL For The Loss; a sports or game term.
FTW For The Win; a sports or game term.


GA Guardian Angel - Former name of Guardian Scrolls
Gank Player vs. Player: To attack another player while they're trying to fight a monster. Or…when a party attacks a lonely player, usually to PK (Player Kill) him.
GM Game Master.
GP gold points, used to differentiate from boutique gold, gp refers to regular in-game gold
Griefer A person who purposely tries to annoy or anger other players.
Grinding Staying in the same area fighting the same types of monsters for a very long time.


Herb any material that can be used for production at the apothecary. also some people might include logs, rough lumber, etc in the definition
HH Holy Hall, which is the same as Twilight Temple. HH is the Malaysian name.
HoT Heal over time
HP Hit points or Health
Hybrid A character build that is not focused entirely on one purpose but instead multiple purposes. a wizard that wears heavy armor would be an example


INT Intelligence aka Magic


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Kiting A style of combat in which a player continually stays out of combat range of an enemy usually by running from it, while simultaneously causing damage to it.
KoS Kill on sight
KS Kill Steal; attempt to steal another person's kill.


LFG Looking for a group.
LFM Looking for more.
LFP Looking for party.
Log When you log off; disconnect from the game.
LOL Laughing Out Loud. This abbreviation indicates something is really funny.
LOM Low on Mana.
LOOT To take the treasure from a monster that has been killed or from a chest.
Lurer Person who lures monsters for the party / more frequently called "puller"
Luring One of the players in a party heads out and leads one or more of the monsters back to the party so that the party can attack the monsters. The idea is to prevent too many monsters from attacking at once.
LVL Level


MAG Magic, a stat.
Mats (Raw) materials used for the crafting skills
miji exp scrolls
MMOG Massively Multiplayer Online Game
MMORPG Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game
Mobbing Intentionally gathering up more than one monster so that you can strike them all simultaneously with an area of effect attack
MOB MOB" is an old programming acronym of Mobile Object Block. Mobs are all computer controlled characters in the game. You should likely use some other term such as monster, creep, or bad guy.
MO Massively Multiplayer Online.
MP Mana Points, used for most skills, the blue bar below your health bar.
MT Main Tank


N00b An incredibly uncool way to say newb. Don't use it.
Named A special monster that is usually stronger than surrounding monsters with possible special abilities and item drops.
Nerf To downgrade, to be made softer, or make less effective. "X has been nerfed."
Newbie A term that sometimes means new player. Newbie is also used to suggest that a player is not very good.
Newb Short for Newbie. See above.
NPC This is a non player-controlled character. The characters are controlled by the server or realm. A "computer" character.
Nuke high damage in one hit, usually magic attack


OOM Out of Mana. People say this to let their party know they are out of mana and can't cast any spells, especially healing.
OHT Old Heaven's Tear, a separate map accessible after you finish a quest.


PatE Patrol from East driection
PatNE Patrol from North East direction
PatN Patrol from North direction
PatNW Patrol from North West direction
Pat Patrolling monster
PatSE Patrol from South East direction
PatS Patrol from South direction
PatSW Patrol from South West direction
PatW Patrol from West direction
PC Player controlled character
Pet A NPC controlled by a player such as a Wolf.
PK Player Kill or Player Killer.
POP Contraction of "Repopulation", often used as a shortened term for the re-spawn of monsters.
Proc Activate. Example: A weapon with a special effect will "proc" every so often.
PST Please Send Tell. Indicates that the person speaking wants to receive communication via a /t(ell) or /w(hisper) command.
Puller Person who pulls monsters for the party.
Pulling One of the players in a party heads out and leads one or more of the monsters back to the party so that the party can attack the monsters. The idea is to prevent too many monsters from attacking at once.
Pure 100%, for instance a character with a "pure dex" build should have all its stat points put into dexterity. The build is usually still considered pure if strength is added but only enough to equip low-requirement gear for the player's level
PvE Player vs. Environment. Combat between players and computer controlled opponents.
PvM player vs. monster ….same as PvE
PvP Player vs. Player. This means for one player to attack another player.


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Raid A raid is a large-scale attack on an area by a group of players.
RB Rebirth (Dungeon usually; occasionally Order).
RB "Red Bubble". The cleric aoe atk buff.
Req Requirement, prerequisite, whatever.
Re-Spawn A monster that has been killed has spawned (been created) again.
Res Short for resurrect
Rez Resurrect


S>….. B>…. which mean Sell and Buy. Usually find this in Personal Shop. Note: The dots stand for any item name.
Small Pets** An animal following the player around. While this does not directly influence the player or monsters, it is cool to have around, especially the rare ones.
Spawns The location or process of monsters appearing when they are created in the world.
SP Spirit Points, used to learn new skills. sp is gained from killing monsters and doing quests, but unlike exp you do not lose sp upon death
Stack A number of identical items placed in a single inventory slot, to conserve space. Only certain items can be stacked.
STR Strength


Tab The Tablet in your inventory given to you when you accept a FB quest. Use this on the stone pillars in the boss rooms of dungeons in order to grant your party members big exp bonuses. You do NOT have to tab to finish a FB quest, but the rest of your party will be pissed if you don't. The person holding/using the tab is referred to as the 'tabber'.
Tank A melee character that can take a lot of damage.
Taunt Related to Aggro. An ability that allows a player to pull the attention of a monster off of another player and onto him- or herself.
Tele Teleport. Each main town or city should have a Teleportation Master, if you speak to them once it will permanantly reveal that area with a waypoint. by speaking with a teleport master you can travel between cities instantly for a sum of gp
Threat Related to Aggro. This is what a character "gives off" to generate or draw monster aggro.
Train To lead monsters into another player. This is not a desired behavior.
TT/HH (same thing) Twilight Temple
Twink A low level character who has been made more powerful by higher level characters, usually by getting stronger armour and weapons than the character would normally have at such a low level.
TW Territory Wars.


Uber German slang for 'super', originally meaning 'over'; exceptionally powerful.
US Ultimate Substance, used for crafting TT items.


Vendor Trash An item that only a vendor/merchant would buy.
VIT Vitality, a stat
VM Venomancer


WB Werebeast - From the PW-MY version - refers to Barbs
WF Werefox - From the PW-MY version - refers to Venos
WR Warrior - From the PW-MY version - refers to BMs
WTB Wanting to buy
WTS Wanting to sell


XP or Exp Experience Points


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Zhen A special type of grinding whereby people stand in place using AoE and a "runner" pulls mobs into the effect. Not to be confused with Zen, which is the Pre-gold currency.
Zhen party a party with 2 or 3 lurers (if 2, there is one loot picker or another DD** damage dealer), one EP/ Cleric to use the blue bubble (see above) and two DD- could be EA/ Archer and/or MG/ Wizard using their AOE skills to kill the mobs that lurers bring back. Typically 60-65 or higher.

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