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EQ2

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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

Faction is your reputation with a group of people/mobs in game, such as The Ashen Disciples or the The City of Qeynos.

You can view your standing with all factions that you've encountered, by opening the Persona window and choosing the Factions tab.

See the Factions category for a list of all known factions.

Ranges

Faction is split up into ranges of 10,000 point blocks or tiers of value. Any value in that range is considered equal

50,000 max ally*
40,000 49,999 ally
30,000 39,999 warmly
20,000 29,999 kindly
10,000 19,999 amiably
0 9,999 indifferent
-9,999 0 indifferent
-19,999 -10,000 apprehensive
-29,999 -20,000 dubious
-39,999 -30,000 threatening
-49,999 -40,000 scowls
-50,000 max scowls*

* being max on either end does not change the meter, but does sometimes mean something different to the game.
If a walkthrough says you need 'ally' faction, but 40k+ doesnt work, you may actually need max ally.

Favor

Favor with your Deity is stored as a "Faction" with that deity. see Favor for more details on obtaining and spending it.


This article uses material from the "Faction" article on the EQ2 wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Ally may refer to:


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Any friendly creature is considered an ally, i.e. anything that appears as a green dot or triangle on the minimap. This includes everybody listed in the party window, as well as most friendly animals and NPCs not listed in the party window.

Ally and skill usage

The use of the term "target ally" in skill descriptions means that you may use the skill on any of the aforementioned people unless otherwise stated, which is the case with Blood Ritual.

When a skill such as Dwayna's Kiss uses the term "target other ally", you are allowed to use the skill on any of the aforementioned people, except for yourself.

Generally, allies cannot be resurrected, except for pets, by the use of a specific skill like Comfort Animal or Revive Animal.

Some examples

Ally could mean yourself, a party member, a pet, a NPC accompanying the party (such as Prince Rurik or the Ghostly Hero), a guild battle NPC (such as Guild Lord or Bodyguard), a friendly monster (such as Joe), friendly undead minions, any spirit created by a teammate, or any friendly NPC (such as collectors).

Party window

The Party window (P) shows your current team composition under 'Party Members'. Under 'Allies' are listed those allies who are accompanying you for a mission or quest, and your and other party members' pets. Note that the allies listed in the Party window are NOT the only allies you can affect with skills.

Related Concepts

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