Code: Recovery

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CodeRecovery.png [Special Move] With the "Recovery Code", Eve can extract energy from MP to gain HP. When pressing V (default key and only available where combat is possible), Eve will consume MP and recover HP.


Requirements

Class Level Required
Another Code 1


Move Information

Level Required HP Recover MP Usage Cooldown
1 5% 30 MP 30 Seconds


Tips and Details

  • This move will grant additional effects after Eve advances to her 1st Job Class.
  • Although Code: Recovery is a Special Move, it is still counted as a skill that cannot be used during some disabling debuffs like Silence.


Updates

Date Changes
KR NA PvE PvP
01/17/2019 02/20/2019
  • Invincibility added when casting
  • Super Armor added when casting


See Also

Icon Class Name
CodeRecovery.png Another Code Code: Recovery
CENEW.png Code: Recovery - Trick Key
CANEW.png Code: Recovery - Attention
CLNEW.png Code: Recovery - Breaker



Character Systems
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Way of the Sword


When playing Elsword, there will be an additional bar below the mana gauge called Way of the Sword. This bar has 10 segments that, by default, contain 5 red Destruction slots and 5 blue Vitality slots, and depending on your actions, the bar will lean towards one color or 'aura' (from right to left for Destruction, from left to right for Vitality), replacing the other aura's slots. As long as an aura has at least one slot in the bar filled, you will receive special benefits depending on which aura you currently have active. The "Aura of Destruction" is selected by default, and you can switch between it and the "Aura of Vitality" by using the V key.

Depending on the type of skill you use, the bar will fill towards the right with blue Vitality slots or towards the left with red Destruction slots:

  • Flexibility/Tenacity skill: 1 slot
  • Strength skill: 2 slots
  • Bravery skill: 3 slots

Note that skills fill the slots contrary to their mode: vitality-based skills fill the bars with destruction slots; destruction-based skills fill the bar with vitality slots.

If the bar is filled completely by either aura's slots, the aura for the other mode will deactivate and you will enter a neutral stance with no benefits when it is toggled on, until at least 1 slot is re-gained for that mode. As such, the bar acts as a balancing mechanic so over-using one mode's skills can prevent that mode's aura from being active.