In Patch 2.0.5 we’re removing the whole system related to feeding your Pet to gain Soul Qi, as well as how you’re exchanging gear or unlock skills through this system. Additionally, the item additions to the Langquan Road Merchant that we’ve mentioned last week are now implemented.
The Pet menu (shortcut “P”) will become a purely visual system in the game, where you can customize the visual look of your Bladeheart. No longer do you need to feed it items to gain Soul Qi, nor do you require the Soul Qi to upgrade select passive skills here.
Any amount of Soul Qi you might have left over will be send to you via ingame parcel after the patch – and all you can do with it is sell it for a bit of gold to a merchant.
The available passive skills have been turned into a collection item, so that you’ll still benefit of their advantages. It’s now unlocked on Beginner level 15 with the quests previously explaining pet feeding & levelling.
Item Level 180 (PvE) equipment can now be dismantled directly through the inventory. Just use the “Dismantle” button on eligible gear once per week to gain corresponding Mysterious Parchments!
Use the shortcut “ALT + P” to open the Book of Mysteries to exchange Mysterious Parchments for gear, as well as see your value of “Understanding” for the corresponding tier of gear (this already existed previously, but is now the only way to access this info / gear).
With Patch 2.0.3 we implemented a fix for the wrong limitations of both the “Soulforce Chest: Sage” and “Runestone I (PvE)”. Previously, these were limited to “x times per day”, which was intended as “x times per week”.
To allow players which did not take advantage of this wrong setting to catch-up to players that did, we’ll implement the following with patch 2.0.5:
- You can purchase up to 24 “Soulforce Chest: Sage” from the Langquan Road Merchant.
- You can purchase up to 720 “Runestone I (PvE)” from the Langquan Road Merchant.
We say “up to”, as the concrete amount differs player to player – depending on how often you purchased the mentioned items.
- Spirit Warrior Jade Bone now applies the Shield when preventing death
- Flying mounts no longer state “not flying” in their description in the Mount Menu
- Sage elixirs are now sorted into their own category again
- Shield effects are now removed at the start of Garden of Blades