Order and Chaos 2: Redemption is a gigantic new MMORPG for the iPhone and iPad, as well as for Android platforms. This is the closest to a big PC MMO that can be found right now on the mobile platforms, especially when played on the iPad. You can create a character of one of six races, start in one of two cities, then explore an absolutely gigantic world map with countless other players. Read on for some tips and tricks for Order and Chaos 2: Redemption!
The easy way to figure out where to go next in one of your quests is to tap the quest, and a set of blue dots will appear. Sometimes, though, a set of red dots will appear, meaning that the path that is set out for you is incomplete, and if you tap the quest again, a slightly altered set of red dots will appear. Following them can still be helpful, though, and if you see a larger crowd of players somewhere along the path, follow them as they are most likely completing the same quest, too.
Don’t move on too quickly from an area or you will miss a whole lot of quests that could otherwise be completed for experience points. Complete these before you leave, and try to zero out an area’s quests, then move on. You’ll gain a whole lot of levels and strength this way, making it much easier to fight, and find a whole lot more goodies as well, such as weapons and crafting materials. Even semi-worthless quests can be worth it, as they are often very easy to complete.
You can tap another player and do anything from chatting, to inviting them to be friends, to even dueling. Dueling takes place automatically, and after about fifteen seconds, a winner is picked, and is judged by their stats vs your stats, so the more quests you have completed for your area, and the better your weapons and armor are, the better you’ll do in the duels.
When you’re following a quest trail, an arrow will appear that looks oddly like an eject button. Tap it, though, and your character will start following the quest path automatically, so you can leave the screen alone and let your character do his or her thing until either the destination is reached, or until they are stopped by an enemy. If an enemy stops them, fight the enemy and then move on.
Join up with a guild as soon as you can. A beginner guild can help you learn a lot about the team aspect of the game, while a more advanced guild is great for going on raids and leveling up rapidly. Find a guild that is suited to your style of play and of raiding, or start a guild and you can set the rules. Chat with other players, figure out if they’re looking for the same thing in a guild, and then invite them to your own.