TERA Online FAQ and Q&A Guide

TERA Online FAQ and Q&A; Guide by Deioth

FAQ

◘ How can I switch channels fast? To switch channels faster, click on the Ch.# and then select a new channel in the drop-down menu:

◘ How do I check my ping? I am currently checking with the TERA-EU team if a .ini file modification is allowed for this feature. If not I will post another way through your resource monitor.

◘ How do I check my FPS? I am currently checking with the TERA-EU team if a .ini file modification is allowed for this feature. If not I will post another way through third party video recording softwares.

◘ How do I remove my UI? Press Ctrl+z by default. Press twice more to bring the UI back up.

◘ How do I go into First Person View? Press Ctrl+z twice by default. Press once more to go back to Third Person View with the UI back up.

◘ How do I link locations into the chat? Open the main map (“M” by default) and press Ctrl+Left click simultaneously on the location you wish to link.

◘ How do I link items into the chat? Open your inventory (“I” by default, you can only link from your inventory) and press Ctrl+Left click simultaneously on the item you wish to link.

◘ How do I preview gear? You can preview gear from the Auction House, Inventory, Weapon/Armour shops and Remodel Shops. Press Ctrl+Right click on the item to preview it.

◘ How do I split a stack of items? When you are trading or have the Warehouse open, press Shift+Left click on the item stack that you wish to split and select the amount you wish to take.

Modifying the Chat Settings

1. Right click the top of the chat box you wish to modify.

2. Click the option menu and tick the boxes of the chats you want to see in the chat box.

3. With the options shown you can re-size the text, change the opacity of the chat box, rename the chat box and activate different chats.

It is important to note that you can move chat boxes outside of the main chat box by clicking on the chat box title, holding and draging it somewhere else on your UI.

Eggs

Introduction
When completing quests you will often get Eggs as a reward (or potential reward):

Lucky EggFrom normal quests/repeatables.
Destiny EggFrom BAM quests/repeatables, dungeon quests/repeatables.

If you want you can crack open the eggs to get consumable items by right-clicking the eggs. However what is even better is if you are patient and combine the eggs using Ovomeld to get a Fortune Egg which gives better consumables.

Ovomeld
You can buy Ovomeld from the general shops and use them on eggs which you will get from quests at varying levels:

Item Name    Icon    Costs    Used on    Level Range
Ovomeld I7,87Lucky/Destiny Egg I1 to 23
Ovomeld II2,100Lucky/Destiny Egg II24 to 35
Ovomeld III3,675Lucky/Destiny Egg III36 to 50
Ovomeld IV4,725Lucky/Destiny Egg IV51+


Combining Eggs into a Fortune Egg

To combine Eggs first make sure you have the following in your inventory: Lucky Eggs, a Destiny Egg and an Ovomeld (from general shop). You can only combine Eggs of the same level (either I, II, III or IV) and you must have the corresponding level of Ovomeld to do so. When you are ready to combine the Eggs, just right click the Ovomeld (I suggest putting the Ovomeld in your skill bar, so you can combine Eggs easily when waiting).

For example, to create a Fortune Egg IV you will need the following:
4 Lucky Eggs IV + 1 Destiny Egg IV + 1 Ovomeld IV = 1 Fortune Egg IV

Potential rewards with % occurrence
Lucky Egg I:
Lucky Egg II:
Lucky Egg III:
Lucky Egg IV:

Destiny Egg I:
Destiny Egg II:
Destiny Egg III:
Destiny Egg IV:

Fortune Egg I: Fine Crystal (lvl 11 and 23)
Fortune Egg II: Fine Crystal (lvl 23 and 35)
Fortune Egg III: Fine Crystal (lvl 35 and 48)
Fortune Egg IV: Fine Crystal (lvl 48 and 58)

While it is important to note that eggs are great to get crystals, the best way is via the engine of mischief and using crystals you don’t need.

Emote Commands

The function of each emote is self-explanatory. Just type them in any chat boxes with the “/” first and then press enter to begin the animation.

/hi /hello /wave
/bow /greet /formal
/happy /laugh / lol
/sad /cry /sob
/win /cheer /victory
/dance
/taunt /bringit /comeon
/clap /applaud
/beg /sorry
/think /ponder /hmm
/love
/charge /attack
/point /there
/shy /blush
/mad /angry /anger
/sit

Chat Commands 

The function of each chat command is self-explanatory. Just type them in any chat boxes with the slash (/) first and then press enter to enable the function. If you want to talk in a specific chat then just type the command then press space and you can then write your message. [] denotes the field which you modify depending on the situation, such as replacing it with a name or a number, you do not need the [] in the command.

Please note that all the chat commands are taken from the in-game helper.

Chat
“/Say” or “/s” Chat in the Normal channel.
“/Area” or “/a” Chat in the Area channel.
“/Trade” or “/t” Chat in the Trade channel.
“/Party” or “/u” Chat in the Looking for Group channel.
“/Whisper [name]” or “/w [name]” Whisper the named player privately.
“/p” Chat in the Party channel.
“/g” Chat in your Guild channel.
“/Team” or “/n” Chat in the Team channel.

Party Group
“/invite [name]” Invites the named played to your party. (All party members can invite and only the party leader can accept the request)
“/drop” Leaves the group.
“/kick [name]” Kicks the named player from your party.
“/disband” Disbands the party.
“/leader [name]” Gives the party lead to the named player.
“/lfg” Posts a Looking for Group message.

Guild
“/guildlist” Views the guild list.
“/ginvite [name]” Invites the named player to the guild.
“/gquit” Leaves the guild.

Friend
“/friendlist” Views the friend list.
“/friend [name]” Adds the named player as a friend. (You can only have 40 added friends at the same time)
“/block [name]” Blocks the named player.
“/unblock [name]” Unblocks the named player.

Duelling
“/duel [name]” Challenges the named played to a duel.
“/yield” Concedes the duel.

Chat channels
“/make [channel] [4numbers]” Creates a private chat channel (up to 8 letters) with a 4-digit numerical password.
“/join [channel] [4numbers]” Joins the [channel] private chat.
“/leave [channel]” Leaves the named channel.
“/1” Chat in your first private chat channel.
“/2” Chat in your second private chat channel.
“/3” Chat in your third private chat channel.
“/4” Chat in your fourth private chat channel.
“/5” Chat in your fifth private chat channel.
“/6” Chat in your sixth private chat channel.
“/7” Chat in your seventh private chat channel.
“/8” Chat in your eighth private chat channel.

Misc.
“/follow [name]” Follows the named player.
“/roll [number]” Rolls a random number from 1 to the defined number.
“/reset” Resets all instanced dungeons.
“Ctrl + z” Press once to hide all game UI, press again to enter First Person view, press again to go back to the original Third Person view with the UI.

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3 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Edit : To join a chat channel, use /chat instead of /join

  2. Anonymous says:

    It seems /join is broken, there's a conflict with /join … Are you sure it's the right command ?

  3. Raquel02 says:

    This is exactly what I've been needing/looking for! TYSM! =D

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