Esgrima 2 Walkthrough

There are four starting classes:
Warrior: Light armor class that can deal and take some damage. Fairly balanced playstyle, probably easiest solo.
Musketeer: Coat class that shoots several times in an attack. Can do sustained damage on both mobs and bosses.
Cleric: Dress class that plays the healer role in difficult battles. Very squishy, and needs to be a back row player in serious boss battles.
Fire Mage: Suit class that specializes in an Area-of-Effect skillset. Very effective at farming mobs, moderately useful at bosses.

There are also three classes that are unlocked through the course of the game:
Berserker: Light armor class that wields a huge greatsword to deal heavy damage from the front row. Unlocked by earning 1300 Reputation.
Guardian: Heavy armor class that can tank very effectively. Unlocked by finishing the Guardian quest chain in Port Ville.
Empire Officer: Coat class that focuses on criticals and low cooldown skills to deal sustained DPS. Unlocked by finishing the Empire Officer quest chain in Empire Espada Outpost.

A quick explanation of stats
Strength: Physical attack power.
Endurance: Maximum HP. Adding +1 Endurance should increase your max HP by an amount equal to 2*level.
Wisdom: Maximum Mana. Adding +1 Wisdom should increase your max Mana by an amount equal to your level.
Luck: Crit rates. Adding +1 Luck should add 3% to your crit rate.
Intelligence: Magical attack power.

You have two character slots initially, with the option to purchase more for premium currency (Gold). Only one character can be played at a time and each has separate inventories, but the warehouse (possibly) is a shared storage space among all your characters.

Battle Basics

During battle, each combatant takes their turn in order. All living players get a chance to act, starting from the top left and moving in sequence towards the bottom right. When it is your turn, click on any part of an enemy and a menu will pop up. The sword icon uses your standard attack against this enemy, while the flame symbol opens up your skill list.

Once each player has had a turn, each living enemy takes a turn to attack. Bosses may use a few skills of their own, so be prepared for anything when fighting one.

When an enemy is defeated, you will gain some denars, and you might get exp or loot drops depending on the enemy (anything 5 or more levels below you gives 0 exp). Loot drops are rolled for each player separately, so being in a group will not lower your chances of finding something.

Player Interaction

When in town, you may interact with other players in a few different ways.

First, and perhaps most obviously, there is a chatbox in which you can send public messages to everybody else in the same town area. You can whisper other players with the /w player message command.

Second, you can right-click other players to bring up a list of actions:

Add Friend: Fairly self explanatory. Your friends list can be found in the top right.
View Shop: This is how players can trade with one another. If you put items from your inventory into your Shop and set the price, other players can then buy those items from you for denars.
View/Invite to Guild: You can view this player’s current guild, or if they are guildless you can invite them to yours (provided you have the required rank to do so).
About guilds: Guilds can be created with premium currency (50 gold, to be exact). Guilds have a dedicated chat channel displayed in a separate “Guild” tab on the chatbox. Ranks are simple, and take the following form:

Leader: Has all the power. Can invite, kick, and rank other members. Can also give Leader position to another.
Officer: Has nearly as much power as the Leader. Can invite and kick members (other than the Leader).
Member: Basic member. Can invite other members.
Recruit: A fresh recruit, lacks any powers.
Guilds can compete in guild wars, and attain a higher guild level by doing well in PvP battles in these wars. To start a war, both guilds must declare themselves to be in “military active” state and then one guild declares war upon the other. These actions are performed through scrolls purchased with denars in the Federation Hall.


All players will have the ability to mine ores at special mining nodes on the world map. The Mining Skill allows you to mine at these places — it is unknown for certain whether the skill does anything to speed up your rate of mining, but it does not appear to do so.

Every so often, a rare rock may spawn in a mine; a red notification will appear in chat. To be able to mine the valuable rare ores from this rock, your character must be standing next to the red rock while mining. Rare ores require one extra level of mining over what is needed to mine the common ores of that mining location.

Ores to be found in each mine are as follows:

Jungle Mines

Common (requires level 0/5 mining)
Rock, Dolomite, Iron Ore, Copper, Antimony, Shiny Antimony, Nephrit

Rare (requires level 1/5 mining)
Halite, Ancient Coin, Pure Iron

Underwater Cave Mines

Common (requires level 2/5 mining)
Quartz, Magnetite, Biotite, Uranium, Nickel, Pyrite, Celestite

Rare (requires level 3/5 mining)
Coral, Pearl, Black Pearl

Snowfield Mines

Common (requires level 4/5 mining)
Apatite, Olivine, Zircon, Chrysocolla, Diamond

Rare (requires maxed 5/5 mining)
Drixonite, Magical Stone, Wind Stone, Rare Earth Element, Pure Gold Bar

Given the fact that certain questions have been asked in chat pretty frequently, I decided to start a thread where the answers would be available for everyone and at any time… I hope it helps. 🙂

Esgrima 2 Frequently Asked Questions

Those are the first questions that come into my mind, feel free to add more!

Q: What are Warrior Stones for?
A: Warrior Stones are an in game currency used for buying potions/gems/crafting mats at the Collector’s Warrior Shop in Port Ville.

Q: What does the Mining skill do?
A: This skill allows you to mine rare rocks in the first mine and to access the other two mines… it does NOT increase the dropping rates of ores.

Q: Where are Synthia’s Earrings?
A: Check Tunebro Forest, they’re a clickable item on the 3rd wave.

Q: Where do I find the Frostreach Manhunters?
A: Talk to the quest giver again.

Q: How do I unlock the Empire Officer class?
A: Complete the quest chain from the Frostreach Soldier in order to unlock the Empire Espada Outpost. There you’ll find another quest chain from the Empire Officer there, you’ll have to be level 50 though.

Q: What is m1, m2, and m3?
A: M1, M2, and M3 refer to the areas of mining. M1 is the first mine you find, Jungle Mines, M2 is the Underwater Mines, and M3 is the Snowfield Mine.

Q: What does PI/AC stand for?
A: They stand for Pure Iron and Ancient Coin(s) respectively.

Q: Where do I find Pure Iron and/or Ancient Coins?
A: They are both found in M1. They can be mined when a rare rock appears but keep in mind it is only a chance to get these.


Q: How do I craft?
A: Go to the Blacksmith in Valeria City. Click on him, then click Craft. Drag and drop a recipe into the box. Make sure you have all the required materials.


Q: How do I enchant? / How do I use gems?
A: Go to the Blacksmith in Valeria City. Click on him, then click Enchant. Drag and drop the item you want to enchant into the box. Drag and drop the gem you want to use into the box. Some gems may only be used in certain equipment slots (it will say). Drag and drop any boosters you want to use.

Q: What are Boosters?
A: Boosters increase the chance for success of an enchantment. They are one time use and can be gotten either from the Gold Mall, Khazar Dungeon, quests, or the daily bosses.

Q: What is the chance of enchanting success?
A: 50% for first enchant, 30% for second, 15% for third (if applicable).

Q: How many times can I enchant an item?
A: Pistols and Rapiers can only be enchanted twice. Everything else can be enchanted 3 times.

Q: What happens if I fail an enchantment?
A: You only lose the gem and booster you used. Item will remain.

Q: Can I upgrade a Hat/Armor/Weapon with an enchantment?
A: Yes but you will lose any enchantments that are on the item.


Q: How do I equip something?
A: Either right click the item or drag it into the box on the Character sheet.

Q: Why can’t I remove my weapon?
A: You must always have a weapon equipped. Buy the cheapest weapon at an NPC, and equip that to remove your current weapon.

Q: What goes in the xxxx slot?
A: From left to right
Top row – Skill Manual, Hat/Helmet, Cosmetic Hat/Helmet
2nd row – Weapon, Body Armor, Offhand
3rd row – Ring, Cosmetic Body Armor, Ring
Bottom row – Back Decoration, Boots, Necklace

Q: What are Cosmetic Hat/Helmet and Cosmetic Body Armor?
A: They are slots that will override the visual appearance of your main Hat/Helmet and Body Armor. You do not gain anything stat-wise from them.

Q: Where do I get a Back Decoration?
A: Some bosses like Dark Ocean and Ruined Eden bosses drop them. Or you can buy them at Gold Mall. Or you can get them from Guild Shop in Federation Hall.

Q: Where do I get a Back Decoration?
A: Some bosses like Dark Ocean and Ruined Eden bosses drop them. Or you can buy them at Gold Mall. Or you can get them from Guild Shop in Federation Hall.
A: PS Airship Deck also drops one.

Q: Is mining ticket limited time ?
It’s unlimited as long as you dont change areas or chanels.


Level : Location : Monster
2-4 : Del Bosque : Scarecrow, Hwar Guardian
2-3 : Moonlight Forest : Rooster, Scarecrow
4-6 : Night Forest :
5-7 : Comenzar Jungle : Kenoh, Monkey Thief, Avius
5-8 : Railroad Junction
7-9 : Aurora Jungle

Level/HP/EXP : Monster – Drops
2/15 : Rooster
3/22 : Scrarecrow
4/35 : Hwar Guardian
7/18/50 : Monkey Thief (Broken Dagger $22)
5/40/25 : Kenoh (Green Fur $20)
6/64/37 : Avius (Feather)
8/850/168 : Banditor (Small Ring / Flower Hat / Cavalry Helmet / Wooden Ring)
6/55/28 : Tourist Bobby
7/72/42 Bandito (Piece of Saber $12)

Esgrima 2 Quests

Wildboar Hunting
LEVEL 3 / REWARD 150 xp, 200 Denars, 2 Reputation / Weapon Merchant Frank (QUEST 1)
Acquire 5 Brown Leather from the Wildboars in the Night Forest.

Feathers of Gold Ep 2
LEVEL 6 / REWARD 150 xp, 120 Denars / Armorsmith Anree (QUEST 3)
Collect 3 feathers from Avius in Comenzar Jungle.

Esubio’s Dagger
LEVEL 6 / REWARD 50 xp, 215 Denars / Eusobio (QUEST 3)
Retrieve Eusobio’s dagger from the Monkey Thieves in Comenzar Jungle and Aurora Jungle.

Aiding the Smith
LEVEL 9 / REWARD 250 xp, 250 Denars, 2 Reputation / Blacksmith William (QUEST 1)
Collect 4 Snarf shells in the Selva Temple.

Ring of Romance
LEVEL 9 / Rewards 500 xp, 1000 Denars, 6 Reputation / Armorsmith Anree (QUEST 3)
This quest is part of a chain and can only be obtained after receiving the pattern for the warrior ring from a previous quest.

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  1. Katie

    Is there an offhand for the cleric? If so is there one available at the valeria city level?