Might and Favor

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The Lands Awaken update introduced the Conquerors' Challenge, which includes two new reward systems: Might and Favor. These reward players for participating in PvP-enabled activities while allowing them to contribute to their guild's success at the same time.

Might

Might points track your progress toward personal seasonal challenge goals. Reaching milestones in Might unlocks rewards such as battle mounts, Fame boosts, and new seasonal avatars.

Earned via various activities with a risk of PvP, including:

  • PvE in Outlands / Roads of Avalon.
  • Opening Treasures.
  • Killing Siphoning Mages / Crystal Spiders.
  • Playing Hellgates / Crystal League.
  • Winning Corrupted Dungeons.
  • Capturing Power Cores and Energy Crystals (see below).

Favor

Favor points are earned in most cases where Might is earned. This is a currency which can be used to purchase Siphoned Energy and reward chests at the Energy Manipulator.

Guild Might Level

Guild-affiliated players' activities additionally contribute to their guild's Might Level. Might points earned by each player also count toward their guild's point total. When enough points are earned, the guild advances to the next Might Level.

  • Each Guild Might Level completed awards Season Points. This allows all players in a guild to contribute towards Season Points while earning Might and Favor for themselves.
  • When a guild reaches a new bracket, members are in turn rewarded with:
    • Significant Might
    • An additional bonus to Might earned during the rest of the season

Related Patch Notes

Patch LinkDatePatch NamePatch Notes
24 November 2021Lands Awakened UpdateTo shift the focus of Guild Seasons away from territorial control and toward player activity, their reward systems have been reworked and the Conquerors' Challenge introduced.
  • Conqueror's Challenge:
    • Runs for the entire Guild Season
    • Open to all players, guild-affiliated or not

Conquerors' Challenge introduces two new reward systems, Might and Favor:

  • Might:
    • Allows progress towards personal seasonal challenge goals
    • Unlocks rewards such as battle mounts, Fame boosts, and new seasonal avatars
    • Earned via various activities with a risk of PvP, including:
      • PvE in Outlands / Roads of Avalon
      • Opening Treasures
      • Killing Siphoning Mages / Crystal Spiders
      • Playing Hellgates / Crystal League
      • Winning Corrupted Dungeons
      • Capturing Power Cores and Energy Crystals (see below)
  • Favor:
    • Favor is earned in most cases where Might is earned
    • This is a currency which can be used to purchase Siphoned Energy and reward chests

Guild-affiliated players' activities additionally contribute to their guild's Might Level:

  • Each Guild Might Level completed awards Season Points
  • Allows all players in a guild to contribute towards Season Points, while earning Might and Favor for themselves
  • When a guild reaches a new bracket, members are in turn rewarded with:
    • Significant Might
    • An additional bonus to Might earned during the rest of the season

A Season Overview has been added to show:

  • Guild's current rank
  • How Season Points were earned
  • Which guild members contributed the most Might to each Might Level
  • Which guild members earned the most Season Points via Crystal League

The Season Overview no longer shows season rewards, as these are now earned via the Conqueror's Challenge.

Additional changes for Season 14:

  • Siphoning Mages, Crystal Spiders, etc. no longer directly give Season Points
  • Territory levels rebalanced (see "Territory Energy Crystals" below)
  • Castles, Castle Outposts, and Guild Challenge no longer grant Siphoned Energy
  • Crystal League rewards rebalanced