Elsword Eve Code Architecture and Code Empress Guide

Elsword Eve Code Architecture and Code Empress Guide by PKShota

This guide will not only focus on how to use Eve well, but will help you become skilled with Code Architecture and eventually Code Empress.


1: Eve: Another Code
– 1.1 Information
– 1.2 Basic Attacks and Sequences
– 1.3 Another Code’s Skills

2: Eve: Code Architecture
– 2.1 Information
– 2.2 Additional Basic Attacks and Sequences
– 2.3 Code Architecture’s Skills

3: Eve: Code Empress
– 3.1 Information
– 3.2 Even More Basic Attacks and Sequences
– 3.3 Code Empress’ Skills

4: Extras
– 4.1 Tips and Special Tricks
– 4.2 Combo Videos
– 4.3 Skill Build Help
– 4.4 Equipment Recommendations

1: Eve: Another Code

1.1 Who is Eve?

In the land of Elrios, there was a kingdom that excelled in all areas of technology, called Nasod. They were a powerful nation and caused no threat to the humans. However, with the El Stone’s power gradually weakening, the nation of Nasod soon lost power, others turning corrupt. To prevent this catastrophe, Eve, the Queen of Nasod, went into a hibernating device to keep herself alive. Years passed, and Eve woke up as soon as the El Stone fragments entered her preservation unit, recovering her from her deep sleep. Unfortunately, the survivors of Nasod all turned corrupt, others destroyed by Elsword, with the humans trying to fight back.

Still, Eve had not given up hope on the revival of her kingdom. In order to regain her strength, she decided the best choice was to embark on the road with Elsword and his gang. After years of slumber, for the first time a boy saying that they wanted to be her friend truly touched her heart.

Eve may not look tough like the others, but she uses her powers of machinery to take down enemy forces for her. Since Eve is the Queen of Nasod, she can summon robots from her Kingdom to aid her in her battle whenever she wishes. Eve also uses Nasod Gears that can transform into all sorts of weapons to defend herself in battle, ranging from spears to explosives.

1.2 Basic Attacks and Sequences

You must first know that Z and X are the basic keys for every character. For Eve, Z is the sequence for the bashing of her Nasod gears. Using X will have Eve summon “electronballs”, slow, but powerful balls of electricity.

Z – A simple Nasod gear strike.
ZZ – Two Nasod gear strikes.
ZZZ – Three consecutive strikes. Can be canceled by dashing, allowing infinite combos.
ZZZZ – Three strikes, and then a finishing spinning attack that goes a bit further. Knocks enemies down.

ZZZX – Three gear strikes, then Eve follows with a slap. Infinite combo is possible with a good amount of attack speed.

ZZZvZ – Three gear strikes, then Eve will launch the enemy upwards.

X – Release an electronball costing 15 MP. Does two hits.
XX – Release two consecutive electronballs.
XXX – Release two electronballs then a electric triangle that costs 10 MP.

XX>X – Release two electronballs and then push Nasod gears horizontally to attack enemies. Can be done without releasing electronballs.
XXvX – Release two electronballs and then push Nasod gears vertically to attack enemies. Can be done without releasing electronballs.

>>Z – Turn Nasod gear into a spear and pierce ahead. Pushes and knocks enemy down.
>>X – Dash and fire an electronball into the sky that sends the enemy upwards.

^Z – Jump and send Nasod gears diagonally down to strike.
^X – Jump and send Nasod gears to spin around you, attacking enemies in range.

>>^ZZZ – Dash and jump to do a three strike combo that ends with knocking the enemy down.

>>^X – Dash and jump and fire an electronball straight ahead.
1.3 Another Code’s Skills

What are Skills? Skills are attacks that enhance your character’s game play. For Eve, she uses many skills involving the summoning of Nasod robots at her command, and in the future, commanding two strong and highly loyal robots that stay by Eve’s side.

Note there are different types of skills: Active, Special Active, Passive, and Buff skills.

Active – Skills that happen immediately unless canceled by a hit. Active skills are added to the quick slots.

Special Active – Skills that are just like Actives, but the game of Elsword adds the extreme epic to these kinds of skills. The character performs a special skill that will shortly freeze the area. During this, a cut in art of the character slides in while he/she shouts out the skill names. Then, the skill is performed. Very fun.

Passive – Skills that upgrade the character, permanently. Passive skills are never added to quick slots.

Buffs – Buffs are skills that upgrade the character, such as physical attack, magic attack, and defense. They are like passives, however, they are not permanent as they are used in the quick slots. Because they are used in the quick slots, they provide more efficiency to the power up, however they cost MP and are timed.

Now, please remember the following terms:

PvE – Stands for “Player vs Environment.” This term is used for mainly if you are to dungeon a lot. If you like to do lots of dungeons rather than PvP, then you are a PvE build.

PvP – Stands for “Player vs Player.” This term is obvious, but just in case, this term is used for mainly if you prefer to PvP than do dungeons.

Hybrid – This term is a combination of both PvE and PvP.

It will be stated the number of SP that must be invested required to access the next row. I will be sequentially stating each skill by where it is in the row. As for skill recommendations, I’ll be stating how many points you should invest into skills by dividing into builds. It is RECOMMENDED, not a must (well, except a few). However, there will be times when you have the choice to pick what skills to put points in, because of the SP investment limit.

If you are having trouble memorizing your path of skill investment, fear not. There is a Skill Simulator for all characters. Click the following link to head to Eve’s CA and CEp skill tree.

Skill Simulator CA/CE

All right, let’s start!
(0) Row 1:

 Basic Magic Defense Training – Increase magical defense.
Basic knowledge of skill tree is to never skip your passives.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

 Illusion Strike – Summon 8 gears to simultaneously strike.
Decent starter skill. However, it’s not that good at all. Leave this at Level 1, you don’t need any levels further.
PvE – 1/5
PvP – 1/5
Hybrid – 1/5

 Cloaking – Turn invisible for a period of time.
A favorite skill of mine, but it has less use. There isn’t much use in dungeons. In PvP, however, a special thing about Cloaking is that it gives a Super Armor effect as Eve waves her arms downward, so you can use this skill as a sort of counterattack. Also, it can be fun, but just be careful if you decide to use Cloaking in PvP against other Eve players. Eve created the cloaking herself, so other Eve players will be able to see you, while the others will only see an invisible figure if they have sharp eyes. Chat boxes and status effects (bleed, poison, burn, etc.) will affect cloaking, so don’t talk or don’t get hit so carelessly.
Skill Note: Waiting Alone – Give 10 MP regeneration speed per second during the effects of Cloaking, but increase the cooldown to 10 seconds. -Obtained from a rare monster drop.
A useful skill note for lovers of Cloaking. The regeneration effect gives a nice boost.
PvE – 1/1
PvP – 1/1
Hybrid – 1/1

(5) Row 2:

 Basic Physical Defense Training – Increase physical defense.
Basic knowledge of skill tree is to never skip your passives. Not only that, but it’s pre-requisite for physical attack training, and Code Empress depends half of the time on physical attack.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

 Dimension Link – Summon a Nasod scout by your side.
One of Eve’s fun summoning skills. You summon a Nasod scout monster and it will attack enemies on its sight, even stun them. In dungeons, this has very little use. However, in PvP, it is good to have 1 point. Basically, while you’re in a combo, Nasod scout will be with you (if you summoned before you are comboed). It will either stun the opponent, or get combo’ed with you and when it’s destroyed, it explodes and stops your opponent! Or, your Nasod Scout can do one of its three attacks (close-range electric laser, electronball, jump attack) to stop your opponent. Because of how useful it can be, you can max it, but only for PvP uses.
Skill Note: Continuous Summoned Attacks – The Nasod Scout no longer knocks down when summoned and its attacks will have less knock-down ratio, and cooldown is increased by 5 seconds. -Obtained from Toma in Bethma.
This skill note leans towards PvP use. For those that love using the Nasod Scout as additional damage in your combos, this will allow you to continue your combos while adding some nice damage with the scout along the way.
PvE – 0/5
PvP – 0/5 or 1/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 or 1/5 or 5/5

(10) Row 3:

 Basic Magic Training – Increase magic attack. Prerequisite: Basic Magic Defense Training
Basic knowledge of skill tree is to…you know.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

 Illusion Stinger – Transform gears into a powerful spear, leaving a trail of electron pulses.
Very powerful skill. This is one of Eve’s best skills for her low level. It’s very effective on large enemies, which includes most mini-bosses and some bosses, due to all hits hitting them. It is also great on mobs. However, it is bad against small enemies like Raven in 4-1, so don’t depend on it too often. If you knockdown the bosses so that they lie down sideways, you can do absolutely more damage if you’re quick enough.
Skill Note: Modified Chaos Engine – Reduces MP consumption by 20 and reduces range of the explosions by 20%. -Obtained from a rare monster drop.
This skill note is very useful. It becomes easier to deal its maximum hits, and you get reduced MP cost. Take for lovers of Illusion Stinger, which is one of Another Code’s best skills.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

(15) Row 4:

 Aura Magic Accelerator – Increase the magical attack of allies in range and yourself.
This skill is dependable, because you won’t be Code Nemesis or dependent on magic attack often. Still, Code Empress still uses high magical attack, so if you want to buff yourself, feel free to do so.
PvE – 0/5 ~ 5/5
PvP – 0/5 ~ 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 ~ 5/5

 Basic Strength Training – Increase physical attack damage. Prerequisite: Basic Physical Defense Training
Basic knowledge is…you get the point.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

 Dimension Link Blader – Summon a Nasod Blader to slash enemies several times, then fire a beam.Prerequisite : Mastered Dimension Link
Another summoning skill. Nasod Blader (think the 2nd boss of Cargo Airship) comes and does a combo of slashes, and finishes off with the laser. Cool, but mediocre damage. Not ever recommended to take, in fact, I urge you to never take this skill at all.
PvE – 0/5
PvP – 0/5
Hybrid – 0/5

(20) Row 5:

 Aura Shield Accelerator – Increase the defense of allies in range and yourself.
Defense boost is useless, especially since you aren’t a future Code Nemesis.
PvE – 0/5
PvP – 0/5
Hybrid – 0/5

(25) Row 6:

 Aura Power Accelerator – Increase physical attack power of allies in range and yourself.
This is a good buff. Since Code Architecture/Empress uses physical attack, it would be nice to have this along. B Slot is recommended though, if you can. It’ll be nice for your early levels though.
PvE – 0/5 ~ 5/5
PvP – 0/5 ~ 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 ~ 5/5

 Cloaking Study – Increase the amount of time Cloaking is activated.
More time to be invisible is good, but this passive really does not give a significant boost. At max Lv3, it’s just an increase of 1.5 seconds, totaling your invisibility time to 4.5 seconds. Decent amount but it’s not very significant. If you decide to skill note Cloaking and use it often, you may as well add to this passive.
PvE – 0/3
PvP – 0/3 or 3/3
Hybrid – 0/3 or 3/3

(30) Row 7:

 Generate Blackhole – Generate a black hole to pull enemies in, then trigger it to explode dealing extreme magic damage.
I like this skill, because it is like Rena’s Wind Wall, except it’s shorter in duration but much stronger absorb effect. This skill is your mob gathering, and it’s good to do in PvP where you can absorb the opponent and let team mates do some extra hits. As for dungeons, well, as said before, you gather mobs. Not only that, in awakening, enemies stuck in the black hole will become repeatedly damaged before the explosion. This drastically decreases the explosion damage but if you can do all hits, it’ll do more than the normal version. Other than damage, you can do some fun glitches with this skill. Either take this skill, the mob gatherer, or the next skill, the powerful field clearer.
Skill Note: Black Hole Ver.4.0 – Increases suction range of the black hole by 30% and increases the damage by 10%. -Obtained from a rare monster drop.
A very useful skill note, and because Generate Blackhole is an amazing skill, I really recommend this skill note if you have the spare room.
PvE – 0/5 or 5/5
PvP – 0/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 or 5/5

 Dimension Link Guardian – Summon Guardian to fire waves in both directions, dealing continuous hits of magic damage.
A powerful, fast damaging skill, you could say this is Rena’s Phoenix Strike, only you can hit both horizontal directions. Just like Illusion Stinger, it’s mediocre on small enemies, but it can clear mobs, and it is especially great on wide-sized bosses.
PvE – 0/5 or 5/5
PvP – 0/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 or 5/5

(35) Row 8:

 Energy Conversion – Convert HP into MP.
This skill is only good for Code Nemesis. You can still use it, but it’s rarely used by Code Empress. Mainly because Code Architecture gets a passive that increases maximum MP to 400. I recommend not getting it, but if you skipped the accelerators or need to spend 3 SP, feel free to invest here.
Skill Note: Bogus Contract – 30% Chance of not taking up HP when skill is used, but increases cooldown to 8 seconds. -Obtained from Camilla, the PvP NPC.
Energy Conversion takes a small chunk of your HP, and sometimes you need that chunk. For lovers of Energy Conversion, this really helps. Although a 30% chance is low, so be careful.
PvE – 0/3 or 3/3
PvP – 0/3 or 3/3
Hybrid – 0/3 or 3/3

And that’s all of Eve’s beginner job skills. When you’ve reached Level 15, you can begin the job advancement pre-quest:

1. Defeat William Phoru twice at 2-4 on any difficulty.
2. Collect 1 Runic Power Crystal from Kira-Kira (Mini-boss) at 2-1 on Very Hard mode.
3. Clear 2-2 on Hard mode or higher with at least a B rank.
4. Speak to Echo, the alchemist of Elder.

And after that, you have two quests to choose from: Code Exotic and Code Architecture. Obviously, you should have chosen Code Architecture.

1. Collect 4 Cave Melons from Bats at 2-2 on any difficulty. (Shortcut: Enter 2-2, kill first bats, exit, and repeat)
2. Collect 2 Blade Tonfas from Little Soldiers at 2-3 on any difficulty. (Shortcut: Enter 2-3, kill first soldiers, exit and repeat)
3. Collect 1 Manual Etiquette from Wally’s Guardian at 2-5 on Hard mode or higher.
4. Clear 2-5 on Very Hard mode within 15 minutes.

After you have finished, you are now Code Architecture, a new code of Eve that commands Oberon, the Guardian of Nasod!

2: Eve: Code Architecture

2.1 Code Architecture: Master of Guardian Nasods

As Eve fought many battles and faced many hardships that have gotten too strong for her, she decided to build a helper, Oberon. Code Architecture relies on the Guardian of Nasod, Oberon, to support in her battles and assist her in times of need.

Code Architecture upgrades most of Eve’s basic combos, adding them with extra finishers by Oberon. Having skills that revolve around summoning Oberon to assist the player, Architecture is a big improvement from Eve in many ways.

Here is Oberon, the Nasod Guardian that excels in finishing off enemies with quick and multiple deadly slashes.

2.2 Additional Basic Attacks

While you gain a job advancement, you also get extra attack sequences that will improve game play as well as extend the variety of combos.

Note that these sequences are of course, Code Architecture exclusive.

XXZ – Eve summons her two electronballs, then after the second, Oberon is summoned to do eight ranged rapid slashes.

>>^XZ – Air dash forward and send an electronball, then summon Oberon to do a wide ranged slash. Does not knockdown.

ZZZvZZ – Eve launches enemies up into the air and finishes with Oberon plundering enemies to the ground.
2.3 Code Architecture’s Skills

As a new code, Eve has improved herself and combines her powers with Oberon’s skillful slashing. With a very loyal helper at your side, you are an unstoppable Nasod duo!

You will now see a few skill names with (LOCKED) beside them. This means you cannot access the skill until you do certain skill quests.

(40) Row 9:

 Surface Cutting – Summon Oberon to slash three times.
The first Oberon summoning skill. It is very weak, however, you can depend on this skill for PvP only if you get the skill’s skill note, because it resets KD value, allowing longer combos. If you are not going to PvP very often, then you don’t really need this skill.
Skill Note: Helpful Training – Increases damage by 20% and reduce knockdown rate.-Obtained from the Item Mall.
A useful skill note that leans toward PvP use. While it does say “reduce knockdown rate”, it actually resets your knockdown rate. Let’s say, Eve’s regular hit combos end at 12 hits. If you use Surface Cutting around the 10th or 11th hit, you “reset” the knockdown counter, and so you can do an additional 11 or 12 regular hit combos. Not only that, you added a skill that does some nice damage in the combo.
PvE – 0/5
PvP – 0/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5

 Oberon Guard (LOCKED) – Summon Oberon to generate a barrier behind Eve.
This skill is really great and a need because of how useful it is. When you summon Oberon, he first does one hit on the enemy in front of you, so it does additional damage in your combos. Then, the barrier cast behind you will inflict magic damage to anything that touches it. It’s also useful for dungeon situations, like if you are attacking a mob, but a monster is coming up behind you, you can use Oberon Guard for a moment then quickly return to your monsters. Not only that, place the barrier on a stoic (super armor) monster or a immobile boss and some good damage! The barrier lasts for 6 seconds while its cool down is 6 seconds. Very useful. Max it for its full potential.
Skill Note: Activate Offense Mode! – Halves duration of the barrier but increases damage by 50%. -Obtained from the Item Mall.
With this, Oberon Guard does immense damage, especially on super armored or immobile enemies. But how often to you see super armored or immobile enemies? That’s right, dungeons. This skill note is only best for dungeon players.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

**To unlock Oberon Guard, you must do the Low Branch skill quest, available at Lv20.

Quest 1: You need to buy a low quality scroll (It can be bought from Camllia/PvP Girl for 20k ED)

Quest 2: Collect 2 claws from the Scorpion King in 3-1. (You need to go on Very Hard)

Quest 3: Collect 20 necklaces from any Lizard in Bethma (It can be anywhere from 3-1 to 3-4. I recommend 3-3 or 3-4. You can do 3-4 to co-quest with Intermediate Branch’s 5th quest.)

Quest 4: Collect 30 necklaces from the Glitter Race in Feita. (First two maps and last map is good. You can even co-quest with the Intermediate Branch at Quest 4 by doing Feita’s 3rd and 4th map, which also has Glitter monsters).

Quest 5: Collect a scroll drop from the boss on map 3-4 in Hard or Above (completely random)

(45) Row 10:

 Intermediate Physical Training – Increase physical attack power.
You can take this passive if you don’t want the future active skill, Sonic Wave. I’ll just say, Sonic Wave is only very useful if you are getting its skill note.
PvE – 0/5 or 5/5
PvP – 0/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 or 5/5

 Queen’s Authority – Increase all active and special active summon damages by a certain percent (Dimension Links, Oberon, and Ophelia).
A needed skill. More damage? Please, take it. And you may question, “Who is Ophelia?” You will see her in your second job.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

(50) Row 11:

 Sonic Wave – Summon Oberon to launch the enemy into the air and do a flash of quick slashes.
A special active that is finely high in damage. You don’t have to take this skill, if you do, then I suggest you get its skill note so its power can be used at its best. I was never really fond of this skill, even with its skill note. The only reason to get this skill if you don’t like it is if you want to get the godly boss-killing Genocide Ripper skill, because you need Sonic Wave as a prerequisite.
Skill Note: Breaking In II – Oberon appears immediately with no delay and the skill does additional hits with the same damage, the last hit did not knock down the enemy.-Obtained from the Item Mall.
While the effects seem nice, I don’t recommend this skill note. Even though it says “immediately with no delay,” other players can use skills at the same time you use Sonic Wave, and this could cancel the summon or allow the enemy to run away. The damage is still mediocre too. You could do better with 2 Electronic Fields (see the 2nd job skills).
PvE – 0/5 or 5/5
PvP – 0/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 or 5/5

**Skill notes are items that further improve the powers and abilities of skills. You may find them by monster rare drops or buy from the Item Mall. Sonic Wave’s skill note requires you to buy it from the Item Mall.

(55) Row 12:

 Magic Adrenaline – Drastically increase magic attack power for 10 seconds. Prerequisite: Mastered Electronball Study
Lv1 starts out with 30% and increases up to 40% at Lv3. Not a worthy buff, especially since most of Architecture’s skills are physical.
PvE: 0/3
PvP: 0/3
Hybrid: 0/3

 Electronball Study – Increase the range of electronballs.
Useful passive, especially since you may use electronballs for some time. However, don’t get this skill immediately, rather put two points in here, and three into a future skill in this row. Then when you can, come back to this skill after all the more important ones (the special actives). Also note, to get the future Electronball Mastery passive, this needs to be maxed as a prerequisite.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

 Power Adrenaline – Drastically increase physical attack power for 10 seconds. Prerequisite: Mastered Queen’s Authority
Well, if you want this Adrenaline, you’ll need Queen’s Authority, which would be another reason to max QA. You can spend points in here if you want. It’s especially good to combine with Heaven’s Fist or Genocide Ripper, the two powerful physical skills for Code Architecture, because you may as well spend that chunk of 400 MP (see Queen’s Potential) at its best.
PvE – 0/4 ~ 4/4
PvP – 0/4 ~ 4/4
Hybrid – 0/4 ~ 4/4

 Mega Electronball – Fire a larger electronball that explodes on contact.
This is the skill I was talking about from Electronball Study. As Code Architecture, then into Empress, this skill is a MUST to get used to. CA/CEm is superior with this skill. When you use this active, you need to hold down the button until it is fully charged (you will see a large blue glow on Eve). As you level the skill, the charge time needed decreases drastically, so never get this at Lv1 or you will have to wait 7 seconds instead of 3 seconds at Lv3. If you get its skill note, the charge time reduces even further as well as its cooldown. So anyways, MEB is very powerful (once charged), so you can charge this as you do a melee combo and release at the end, dealing big damage. If you don’t charge the skill, it just releases a regular electronball like X. You can even charge MEB while it’s on its cooldown! Like the regular electronballs, MEB is slow, but the second hit deals splash damage to any monsters near the one you hit. Last thing, MEB is also affected by the 3 electronball affecting passives: Electronball Study, Queen’s Potential, and Electronball Mastery (a 2nd job passive).
Skill Note: Quick Charge! – Decrease cooldown by 1 second and reduce charging time by 33%.-Obtained from a rare monster drop.
As one of Eve’s best skills, this skill note is a must to have. However, it is really, really rare to get. With the skill note, you get to spam MEB more often, which is good considering that this skill does amazing damage.
PvE – 3/3
PvP – 3/3
Hybrid – 3/3

(60) Row 13:

 Queen’s Potential – Increase maximum MP and decrease MP consumption of electronballs.
MUST HAVE SKILL. +100 MP? A bonus with electronball MP use decrease? Please! Get this skill once you can. Previously, I said you could combine Power Adrenaline with Heaven’s Fist. This passive would be needed to do that deadly combination.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

 Space Wrench (LOCKED) – Summon Oberon who casts a sonic boom that carries opponents as it travels, landing multiple magic damaging hits. Awakening allows it do more hits per second with the same damage.
Many people would say max this skill, but there are drawbacks to this skill. Firstly, it’s more for dungeons because of how great it is for mobs, while in PvP, it’s average, depending on the number of hits you inflict. However, in PvP, it’s more flexible than Sonic Wave since you can use this in mid air and you don’t have to worry about delay messing you up. Fine number of hits, easy to aim, yet less damage than Sonic Wave noted. Overall, this is a great skill but you can’t depend on it all the time. If you are really dedicated to this skill, then feel free to max, otherwise, skip and get Queen’s Potential first.
PvE – 0/5 or 5/5
PvP – 0/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 or 5/5

**To unlock Space Wrench, you must do the Intermediate Branch skill quest, available at Lv30.

[spoiler]Quest 1: Buy the Intermediate Quality scroll (It costs 100k ED from Camilla/PVP girl)

Quest 2: Collect 10 Black Crow Journals from Altera (I recommend doing 4-1 to hunt for this)

Quest 3: Collect 1 drop, another 1 drop and a collection of 50 chests from map 4-2. (This can take a LOT of runs to complete. The single drops have a very low drop rate so chances are you’ll be grinding for a while.)

Quest 4: Collect 2 Dark Spirits from the boss in the third map of Feita (3X-3), Collect 4 wood from the boss in the fourth map of Feita (3X-4). (You can co-quest with Low Branch’s Quest 4.)

Quest 5: Achieve B Rank or higher in maps 4-1, 4-2 and 4-3 in Hard difficulty or higher. (This means do all 3. You can co-quest this with Low Branch’s 2nd quest.

(65) Row 14:

 Heaven’s Fist (LOCKED) – Summon a giant Nasod fist that devastates all ground enemies with a single slam, temporarily stunning them. Land opponents that are not hit by the fist will be damaged by a shockwave and lifted into the air.
This is a powerful skill where you can just summon a fist from heaven to take out a chunk of HP, and even if they live, you stun them. It’s best used on single/grouped opponents in PvP, and even better if combined with Awakening and Power Adrenaline. In dungeons, it fares nice as well, just not as much as the next skill. Aim carefully, even if you miss with the fist, you can still do shockwave damage, but it is much poor compared to the main damage.
PvE: 5/5
PvP: 5/5
Hybrid: 5/5

**To unlock Heaven’s Fist, you must do the High branch skill quest, available at Lv32.

Quest 1: Buy the High Quality scroll (It costs 140k ED from Camilla, aka the PVP girl)

Quest 2: Collect 50 emblems from enemies in 4-3.

Quest 3: Collect 2 generators (red) and 2 generators (blue) from each boss in 4-4. If they respawn, they will not drop the items. You must repeat the dungeon.

Quest 4: Collect 3 drops from 4-3 boss.

Quest 5: Clear 4-4 in 8 mins, Clear 3x-4 in 8 mins, and Clear 3x-3 in 9 mins.

 Genocide Ripper – Summon Oberon to do a storm of lightning-quick slashes on enemies in front. In awakening, Oberon does less damage per hit, but does more hits. Prerequisite: Mastered Sonic Wave
One of the best skills in the game that is avoided often or misused. If used on grouped mobs or the largest of bosses with correct aim, it can out damage Heaven’s Fist, or any other 300 MP. Hell, combine this with Power Adrenaline and see that HP drop in an instant! In fact, I’d say this is the almighty boss destroying skill. Remember, to get this powerful skill, you need Sonic Wave maxed.
PvE – 0/5 or 5/5
PvP – 0/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 or 5/5

That’s all of the skills Code Architecture has access to. After reaching Level 35, you can begin your second job advancement, to become the mighty Code Empress.

1. Speak with Allegro in Feita.

2.Collect a scroll drop from any monster at 3x-3 on Hard mode or higher.
Collect a scroll drop from any monster at 3x-3 on Hard mode or higher.

3. Collect 25 drops from any type of Gullito Necromancers in the Feita dungeons.
Collect 10 Alchemy Essences. (Can be obtained from any monster or purchased at any alchemist)

4. Speak with Praus, the accessory shop owner of Velder.
Collect 45 drops from any of the Arc-Gullitos in the Velder dungeons.
Collect 20 drops from the Dark Elves in the Velder dungeons.
Collect 15 drops from the Wyverns in the Velder dungeons.

After finishing the long quest, a new robot known as Ophelia is created by Eve. Together, Oberon and Ophelia are a powerful combo, commanded by you, the Elegant Ruler: Code Empress!

3: Eve: Code Empress

3.1 Elegant Ruler: Code Empress

Eve started to realize she reached battle limitations with Oberon, so she decided to construct an improved Nasod Robot, named Ophelia to help Eve and Oberon in battle. Together Oberon and Ophelia combine their attacks, launching surprise attacks that leave their enemies flustered. With a throne of numerous Nasod servants, bring forth victory from battle as the Elegant Ruler, the Code Empress!

Here is Ophelia’s design, created by Eve herself.

3.2 Additional Basic Attacks

While you gain a job advancement, you also get extra attack sequences that will improve game play as well as extend the variety of combos.

Note that these sequences are of course, Code Empress exclusive.

>>ZZZ – Thrust with Nasod spear, then summon Oberon to do a downward slash, and then summon Ophelia to attack with two electric blasts. Knocks opponent up.

>>^ZX – Do air Nasod gear strike then summon Ophelia to do a ranged electric blast. Does not knock up enemy.
>>^ZZX – Do two air Nasod gear strikes then summon Ophelia to do a ranged electric blast. Same as above, just extra strike.

XXvX – Fire two electronballs and then summon Ophelia to drop a bomb from above, knocking up enemies.
3.3 Code Empress’ Skills

As the mighty Code Empress, you now command Ophelia, a helper robot that fights alongside you and Oberon. While you start the combos, Oberon slices and dices, and Ophelia finishes with her magical electric attacks.

You will also still see one more skill that is (LOCKED). So yeah, prepare to do the skill quest.

(70) Row 15

 Electronball Mastery – Increase damage of electronballs and decrease knockdown rate. Prerequisite: Mastered Electronball Study
A good passive, a must max for simple 3 points since you should have gotten Electronball Study. With this passive, you may be spamming Electronballs more.
PvE – 3/3
PvP – 3/3
Hybrid – 3/3

 Electronic Field – Summon Ophelia to generate an electrical magic sphere, attacking enemies continuously until a big finishing strike.
Simple and powerful 100 MP skill. It may seem weak, but it is good because you can combo after using EF. In awakening, you will do more continuous strikes for less damage, and increase the finishing strike’s damage. Please get, it’s a good skill.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

(75) Row 16

 Charging Booster – Gives a chance for all cooldowns to be cleared when using a Special Active.
A good passive, but due to your skill build, you may not be getting this skill until the late Lv50s. I’m not saying it’s bad, just get this very later.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

**To unlock Charging Booster, you must do the Advanced Branch skill quest.

Quest 1: Buy the High Quality scroll (It costs 300k ED from Camilla, aka the PVP girl)

Quest 2: Collect 50 drops from any mob in 4-6

Quest 3: Collect 4 drops from Uno Hound (boss) in 5-1 on any difficulty.

Quest 4: Collect 3 drops from Chloe (boss) on 5-2 on Very Hard

Quest 5: Clear 5-1 on Very Hard in less than 6 minutes, Clear 5-2 on Very Hard in less than 8 minutes, and Clear 5-3 on Very Hard in less than 8 minutes.

 Spitfire – Summon Ophelia to generate an electric field around you, causing high magical damage to enemies around.
Very powerful active skill. A MUST, because Ophelia is awesome.
PvE – 5/5
PvP – 5/5
Hybrid – 5/5

(80) Row 17

 Assault Spear – Summon both Oberon and Ophelia, who together launch a giant spear towards the ground which explodes momentarily after impact.
Feel free to get this cool skill. It’s powerful, and pretty easy aim with simple few hits. Just take note to not to depend on it too much. Use it versus Sonic Wave or Space Wrench according to your situations or preferences.
PvE – 0/5 or 5/5
PvP – 0/5 or 5/5
Hybrid – 0/5 or 5/5

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