Everything We Know About Lost Ark’s New Reaper Advanced Class
Let's meet the newest master of stealth.
Get ready, Lost Ark Heroes of Arkesia, because on November 16 the new Reaper Advanced Class will arrive in Arkesia. Reapers are the true Assassins and masters of stealth and are built around three modes: Normal Mode, Persona Mode, and Chaos Mode.
While in Normal Mode, the Persona Meter will fill up over time and each time a skill hits the target. When the Persona Meter is full, players can then enter Persona Mode. The Chaos Meter, on the other hand, will increase upon every successful Dagger Skill and Shadow Skill hit while the Persona Meter is full. When the Persona Meter is full, players will be able to enter Chaos Mode by filling up the Chaos Meter by continuously using Dagger and Shadow skills.
In Persona Mode players will be able to summon a Shadow Illusion. The Shadow Illusion remains until the player attacks. In Persona Mode, move speed will increase by +30%, and Swoop Skills Damage is increased by 25%. When players attack or the gauge is exhausted, they will return to Normal Mode.
With Chaos Mode, a player's crit rate increases by +15%, move speed by +10%, and attack speed by +10%. Chaos Mode initially lasts for 9s. If a player’s dagger skills continuously hits a foe or if they are using a Shadow Skill, the duration of Chaos Mode will be reset to 9s. At the end of Chaos Mode, the Chaos Meter gets reset and reverts back to a full Persona Meter.
Next, similar to other Advanced Classes, the Reaper will have two unique Class Engravings that enhance different aspects of the class; The Hunger Class Engraving (focused on Chaos Mode) and Lunar Voice (focused on Persona Mode).
Lastly, in next week’s update, the Reaper will release with two progression events; a Punika Powerpass and a Hyper Express Event that helps accelerate a character from Item Level 1302 to 1445. Players will receive a Punika Powerpass after completing Punika's quest “Berver's Friend” during (or before) the event period. The Punika Powerpass will function like the North Vern Powerpasses available to players in the launch version of Lost Ark— once a player has completed the storyline through that continent, they can use it to bring an alternate character to that point in the game. With the Punika Powerpass, they'll receive Item Level 1302 gear.
Players who would like to learn more about the Reaper Advanced Class can do so on Lost Ark’s latest blog post.
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