Recall

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November 14, 2008, at 02:13 AM EST by Wrilley
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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the room The Grand City of Aylor in The Grand City of Aylor. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity, unclanned players worship Ayla).

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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the room The Grand City of Aylor in The Grand City of Aylor. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity, unclanned players worship Ayla).

November 14, 2008, at 02:13 AM EST by Wrilley
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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the room The Grand City of Aylor in The Grand City of Aylor. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity, unclanned players worship Ayla).

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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the room The Grand City of Aylor in The Grand City of Aylor. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity, unclanned players worship Ayla).

November 14, 2008, at 02:12 AM EST by Wrilley
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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the room The Grand City of Aylor in The Grand City of Aylor. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity, unclanned players worship Ayla).

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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the room The Grand City of Aylor in The Grand City of Aylor. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity, unclanned players worship Ayla).

November 14, 2008, at 02:11 AM EST by Wrilley
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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the Temple of Mota in Midgaard. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity).

Outside of combat, this skill always succeeds. Inside of combat, the skill percentage is checked against to determine whether the player can recall.

Some rooms cannot be recalled from. These are called norecall rooms.

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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the room The Grand City of Aylor in The Grand City of Aylor. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity, unclanned players worship Ayla).

Outside of combat, this skill always succeeds. Inside of combat, the skill percentage is checked against to determine whether the player can recall. Using this skill in combat causes you to lose more experience points than simply fleeing.

Some rooms cannot be recalled from. These are called norecall rooms. In these cases you can sometimes use a portal (like the one you get for completing the Aylorian Academy, hint hint) to escape. Though sometimes you have to find another way entirely.

This skill costs 50% of your current moves. (Note: using portals such as the Aylorian Academy Portal uses no moves.)

June 10, 2006, at 04:08 PM EST by Galaban
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The Recall skill is the ability to pray to the character's "god" and be transported back to the recall point. Unless a character joins a clan, this recall point is the Temple of Mota in Midgaard. Clans usually have a different recall point (as well as a different deity).

Outside of combat, this skill always succeeds. Inside of combat, the skill percentage is checked against to determine whether the player can recall.

Some rooms cannot be recalled from. These are called norecall rooms.

This skill is gained at level 1 for all classes.

Categories: Skill, Misc
Classes: Mage, Cleric, Thief, Warrior, Ranger, Paladin, Psionicist

Galaban June 10, 2006, at 12:08 PM EST