Reputation also plays a dire part in your role-play experience here at Dragonia. Reputation is essentially the fame that you earned in your endeavors and
job completion. It is to be noted that it will take many hours and adventures before one can truly become famous and respected in the world of Dragonia. However, fame also comes with a price. As your reputation increases, people from around world start to take note of your ability and skill. In other words, it will give members an opportunity to metagame to a small extent.
The easiest method for earning reputation points would be through completing Light jobs.Job and Reputation Rank
Job → 1 Reputation Point
Job → 3 Reputation Points
Job → 6 Reputation Points
Job → 10 Reputation Points
Job → 15 Reputation Points
Earning bad reputation works in very similar matter. You just have to earn reputation points trough completing Dark Jobs.
Job → -1 Reputation Point
Job → -3 Reputation Points
Job → -6 Reputation Points
Job → -10 Reputation Points
Job → -15 Reputation Points
Next, as you earn more reputation points, your name will become known to all in the world of Dragonia. However, before that, there is a long journey ahead of you. Below is a list of how recognized a warrior, archer, mage etc. will be with the amount of reputation they have earned.Reputation Points1 - 25
→ A nobody, you have just started out as a traveler and nobody else cares what you do or what you say. All in all, you are just a noob in the presence of other warriors. So be polite and greet your senior.26 - 75
→ You have gained some fame as a mage and a few people know your name. If a client hears that you are taking their job, they no longer have
doubts that you might fail. Still, You are more or less insignificant, merely a 'supporting character' in the presence of important people. 76 - 150
→ Your name is now well known amongst all the guilds. Everyone knows that you have some ability and they will never dare look down upon you. The clients are now more than willing to pinpoint you for their job requests. But wait a minute, fame comes with a price. Dark guilds are now aware that you might be a threat to them and who knows what they might do to you. You might even be invited to join their guilds. So watch your back whenever you are out on a job!> 150
→ Your fame has spread throughout the whole world. Every single soul, even the Magic Council, knows of your great ability and power. Your every word and every action hold great consequences, so watch what you do in the public. Furthermore, the Council may even contemplate on giving you the title of a Ten Great Mages in your continent. The Dark Guilds now view you as a threat not to be reckon with. They no longer desire to recruit you as a member but instead, they will try to avoid you in any cost. Then again, stronger opponents will appear in your path. So be prepared, its either your funeral or theirs.
However, it is essential to note that like in the real world, fame is a fickle friend. Though it takes one such a long time to earn reputation point to build up on one's fame, it will take only a manner of seconds before one tarnishes his own reputation. Below are some ways how one may lose their reputation.
Losing Reputation Points
- Destruction of Property
- Petty Crimes (Thievery, drug dealing)
- Illegal Magic Trading
These are just a few way in which you can lose Reputation points, there are many other ways too.