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Albion Online's combat is heavily centered around various number of spells. Your character can have up to six different spells, which the [[equipment]] you are wearing determines. [[Weapons]] give you three spells and each armor piece (helmet, chest piece and boots) you are wearing gives you one. There are dozens of items to choose from with different kind of special abilities and passives.
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Albion Online's combat is heavily centered around the use of active abilities and passive effects called spells. Your character can have up to six different active spells, all of which come from the [[equipment]] you are wearing. As you progress your combat skills on the [[Destiny Board]] more spells become available to choose from.
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[[Weapons]] provide three active spells on the Q, W, and E default hotkeys. [[Armor]] pieces each provide one active spell on the R, D, and F hotkeys. Each equipment piece will also grant one passive spell (with the exception of plate chest pieces, which grant two passives).
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Generally, several Spells will be available for a particular slot, but only one Spell can be active per slot at a time. This choice appears when equipping the item for the first time, but players can change the Spells of their armor any time they are not in combat by clicking on their equipment in the inventory pane.

Revision as of 21:09, 4 August 2018

Albion Online's combat is heavily centered around the use of active abilities and passive effects called spells. Your character can have up to six different active spells, all of which come from the equipment you are wearing. As you progress your combat skills on the Destiny Board more spells become available to choose from.

Weapons provide three active spells on the Q, W, and E default hotkeys. Armor pieces each provide one active spell on the R, D, and F hotkeys. Each equipment piece will also grant one passive spell (with the exception of plate chest pieces, which grant two passives).

Generally, several Spells will be available for a particular slot, but only one Spell can be active per slot at a time. This choice appears when equipping the item for the first time, but players can change the Spells of their armor any time they are not in combat by clicking on their equipment in the inventory pane.