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The 10 Commandments of SakuraHeavenOnline

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It shames me that I need to make a section like this. In fact, I'm sure most
of you could skip right over it and be fine. I still hope everyone will read
this section though, if anything else.

1) Thou Shalt Not Be a Jerk

Remember that behind that graphic, there is a living and breathing person.
Like you, he/she has feelings, and deserves proper respect.

2) Thou Shalt Not Taketh Away Ones Honor... and EXP

Do NOT kill steal. Kill stealing is attacking a monster another has already
begun to attack. Please find your own monster, as the attacker only gets 1/2
of the normal experience. This is also referred to as helping or jamming.

Due to Gravity's servers being hosted on a 14.4 modem, sometimes you'll see
players follow an enemy, but always be a few seconds behind them. You'll see
yourself doing it. This is because of lag. LEAVE THEIR ENEMY ALONE! This
is just as bad as kill stealing, IMO. You should not have this problem on SAKURAHEAVEN, since
Hosts' server don't lag

Cooralary to Commandment 3: It is okay to Kill Steal if someone asks for help,
usually indicated by using that emote.

3) Thou Shalt Not Taketh Ones Crap

Do NOT loot. Looting is taking the items from a monster that you did not
kill. If, after a guy kills something, and walks off without picking up the
stuff, by all means take it. You'll find very often people leave Jellopies
and other less valuable things lying around, so if your a newbie, go ahead
and take them. Always give them back if they ask for them though.

4) Thou Shalt Not Lag Down Servers with their "Jackass-ness"

Do NOT bot. There is a program(s), somewhere out there on the net, that
will level your character automatically for you. All it does is loot and kill
steal from honest players, and take up bandwidth for real users. You are also
violating SHRO's TOS by using one and you WILL get banned or Red Boxed for life, Wingdestiny really loves
doing that.

5) Thou Shalt Not be a l33t h4x0rz

Do NOT hack. This includes doing crazy stuff like duplicating items or zeny,
or exploiting bugs in the program. All you are doing is hurting the economy,
so in the end you are hurting yourself.

6) Thou Shalt Respect the Services of Merchants

Before speaking with a discount merchant, please check to make sure you have
enough zeny for the item you intend to purchase. Most offer 20 or 15 percent
off, so the math is not difficult. Also, if you don't have the money, don't
ask the merchant to sell you the item at a considerably lower price. Discount
merchants dont make that much of a profit, and none of them are willing to pay
for some of your item out of their own pocket. Also, after you have agreed
to purchase the item, you are bound by a verbal contract to buy it. Don't try
to worm your way out.

About overcharge Merchants as well - Don't bother to give them anything that
sells for 6z or less, because you won't get any extra zeny that way. So just
sell it yourself.

7) Thou Shalt Not screw other Merchants over

When you changed class, the NPC said something about a 20% rule, meaning you
should DC everything for 20% and keep the 4%. FOLLOW IT. I constantly see
some people DCing for 22% where other Merchants around them have been DCing for
20%. That has to be the dumbest thing I've ever seen. Whats going to happen
when you offer 22%? Other Merchants are going to offer 22% as well, and then
your back to square one. Your not going to get any more business than usual,
people are just looking for Reds or Armor - nobody is going to travel from say,
Izlude to Prontera for your fantastic 2% extra DC. Then your both going to get
in a price war and wind up getting nothing. In the perfect SAKURAHEAVEN world, 15% DC
would be the standard price, but methinks the public wouldn't take too kindly
to that. But then again, most don't know how little 4% is.

This also means Reds are 40z. Not 39z, 40z. Of course, if your an educated SAKURAHEAVEN
user, you know Carrots are better anyway, so its irrelevant. ^_^

8) Thou Shalt Not Beg Mercenaries of God for his forgiveness

Acolytes are not your personal, walking red potion. Most will give you a
heal if you ask nicely though. Asking nicely would be "If it's not too much
trouble, could I have a heal?" or "Can you please heal me?". "HEAL PLZ" and
"HEAL NOW" will not do. As I always tell people, if your too lazy to even
write out "please", you don't deserve a heal. If the Acolyte does heal you,
be sure and say thanks. Also, feel free to tip them. About 20z for every 100
HP is good. They also really like Blue gems for their warps.

And please tip them if one helps you or the Blacksmith you hired to forge.

9) Thou Shalt Not be a Lazy Bum

Please don't beg for money. We all know novices are poor, and you will be
until around level 25. We all had to go through exactly what you did. So just
be patient.

10) Thou Shalt Not Attempt to Steal from their Fellow Players

Don't scam, and don't fall for scams. The less people that fall for them,
the less scammers will do them! Popular scams are offering to "upgrade" your
weapon for you, which you can just go yourself. Or, selling items for 1 digit
more than usual. So a 100z item would become a 1100z item, hoping nobody would
notice. Unfortunately, people are dumb enough too. Just remember, caveat
emptor, and if something sounds way too good to be true, it probably is.

And Edward_K sayeth, "Let there be order in SAKURAHEAVEN!" Then the crowds respondeth,
"**** off you little ****** ******!" :)

Getting Started

The first thing you'll need for SakuraHeaven Online, is well, a computer. The
minimum systems specs are as follows:

-Pentium II 400 MHz or higher
-Direct Sound Compatible/Support 3D sound Effects
-Must have 3d graphic capabilities onboard, with 8MB of Video Ram or more.
Supported kinds are:
NVidia RIVA TNT series, GeForce 1, 2 series
Matrox G200, G400 series
3dfx Voodoo 3 2000 or above
S3 Savage 3D, Savage 4, Savage 2000 compatible series
ATI Radeon or above
-Microsoft DirectX 8.0, Windows 95/98/ME/2000

I recommend though...

-Pentium III 600 MHz or higher
-128+ MB RAM
-Creative Sound Blaster Live!
-Geforce 2/3/4, Voodoo 4/5, or ATI Radeon with 16MB of VRAM or more
-Microsoft DirectX 8.0, Windows 2000/XP
-A good set of speakers, with a good subwoofer
-Logitech iTouch Cordless Keyboard, Logitech Cordless Optical Mouse
-19 inch monitor or larger
-A nice, comfy recliner
-Assloads of Pringles

To get in the game, you'll have to go to Click on
signup, then register. 


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A - This is your characters name
B - This is your characters class
C - This is your current HP. If it drops below 0, you die
D - This is your characters SP. Many skills use up this SP. If it reaches 0,
you will not be able to use active skills until it refills
E - This is your base EXP. When it reaches 100%, you will receive status
points. Asign these into your stats to make you stronger in that area
F - This is your job EXP. When it reaches 100%, you will receive one skill
point, which you may put into the skill of your choice
G - This is your weight. When it is above 50%, this number will turn red and
you will not automatically recover HP and SP any more. When it is above 90%,
you will no longer be able to attack or use skills.
I - This is the map of the current area you are in. Click on the + and - to
zoom in and out.
J - This is your character. Dashing fellow, isn't he?
K - This green bar is your HP
L - This blue bar is your SP
M - Past messages are here. You can use the scroll bar on the right to move
up and down through the list
N - When you type a characters name here, anything you type in O will be sent
to him/her as a private message.
O - This is where you input text to broadcast to whoever you want.
P - Clicking this button will set the mode to either send everything you type
to just your party, guild, or everyone on the screen.
Q - This adjusts the size of the chat window.
R - This opens your status window. If your a newbie, these numbers mean
nothing to you. Check out the stat information section for details. The
second tab, alignment, is not enabled yet.
S - This opens your options window. You can adjust the BGM and sound volume
here. You can also select skins if you have them installed. You can also
set your mouse cursor to "lock on" when attacking, using skills, or picking
up items.
T - This opens your items window. The 3 tabs separate your usable items,
like herbs to heal HP, equitable items, like a knife, and ETC items, which
you usually sell. If you click on hold onto an item, you can move it, most
likely into a deal window. Do not drag it outside the window and let go
though, as you will drop it. Anyone could easily come up and steal it then.
U - This opens your equipment window. Simply drag and drop equipment from your
item window into here to equip it. If you have a pushcart, you can de-equip
it and check out its contents from here.
V - The opens your skills window. You can view all your skills from here, as
well as assign points to them. Highlight any one and click "use" to activate
it, if possible. You can right click on each one for more information as well.
W - Clicking this button will toggle your map from opaque, to transparent, to
X - This will let you create a chat window. Enter in the chat room name, as
well as the maximum number of people. If you make it a private chat room,
enter the password in the lower right corner.
Y - This opens up your friends window, which will let you see which one of
your friends is online. Click on the party button to see the members of your
current party.

Stat Information

You can view your stat window my clicking on the button, or pressing ALT+A.
The number next to the stat is your current amount, and the number to the right
of the arrow is how many status points needed to raise it by 1.

The stats are the following...

STR (Strength)_________________________________________________________________

Recommended for: Thief, Swordsman, Acolyte, Merchant

This stat determines how hard you hit. Each point will give you 1 extra ATK.
The bonuses are as follows:

STR Min/Max Damage
10 +1
20 +4
30 +5
40 +8
50 +10
60 +12
70 +13
80 +15
90 +17
100 +19

AGI (Agility)__________________________________________________________________

Recommended for: Thief, Swordsman, Mage, Archer, Merchant

This stat increases how often you will dodge an enemy attack, by increasing
Flee by 1. It will also increase your attack speed. There are no bonuses for
this stat.

VIT (Vitality)_________________________________________________________________

Recommended for: Swordsman, Acolyte

Each point in this stat increases your Defence by 1, which means you take 1
point less damage from every attack. It will also increase your maximum HP,
and your HP recovery speed. There are no bonuses for this stat.

INT (Intelligence)_____________________________________________________________

Recommended for: Magician, Acolyte

This stat increases your Magic Attack, which is how powerful your spells are.
Each point in this stat also increases your Magic Defence by 1, but since no
enemies use magic yet, that is useless. It also increases your sP recovery
time, and maximum SP. Every 5 points in INT, you recieve a maximum damage
boost, and for every 7 points, you recieve a minimum damage boost. So you
would recieve a max boost at values like 5, 10, and 15, and a min boost at
values like 7, 14, and 21. Hopefully in the future I'll have the exact values.

DEX (Dexterity)________________________________________________________________

Recommended for: Archer, Swordsman, Thief, Acolyte, Merchant

Each point in this stat will increase your hit by 1, which is how often you
do not miss an enemy. For Archers, this stat determines their damage, like STR
for a melee fighter. For Mages, it determines your casting rate. It will also
increase miniumum damage. The bonuses are as follows:

DEX Min/Max Damage
20 +3
30 +4
40 +5
50 +6
60 +8
70 +10
80 +12
90 +13
100 +14

LUK (Luck)_____________________________________________________________________

Recommended for: Archer, Merchant, Thief

LUK has become a bit more useful now. In Beta 1, 100 LUK would give you a 10%
chance to critical, however, now you get 3 criticals per 10 LUK - hence, a 30%
chance to critical. It's really only good for an Assassin or somebody with a
lot of Soldier Skeleton/Caramal Cards to really get high percentages.

All the following stats are those you cannot increase directly.

ATK (Attack)___________________________________________________________________

This is your physical attack with a weapon. The first number is the attack of
your weapon, plus your STR. The second number is how much ATK your upgraded
weapon adds, which ignores DEF.

MATK (Magic Attack)____________________________________________________________

This is the attack of your magic. This will only be useful to Acolytes and
Mages. The 2 numbers are the range of your Magic Damage. This is effected
by INT and Wands, as they increase the attack by 15%. This stat is
counteracted by MDEF.


This number is a represenation of how often you hit an enemy. It increases 1
point every level, and each point in DEX increases it by 1 point as well. This
is counteracted by Flee.


This number increases by 1 for every 3 LUK you have. Think of this number
as the percentage of a chance of a critical hit or Lucky dodge.

DEF (Defense)__________________________________________________________________

This is your physical defense against enemies. The damage you take is the
enemies ATK minus your total defense. There are a few things to consider
though - armor works on percentages, so 10 armor will reduce all attacks in the
game by 10%. VIT works on points, so 10 VIT will reduce all damage done to you
by 10. Confused? Well, it doesn't matter, DEF is a good thing to have.

MDEF (Magic Defense)___________________________________________________________

This is your defense against magical attacks. Since no enemies use magic, and
PKing is not enabled, this stat is useless. The first number is the total
magical defense of all your armor, while the second is your INT.


This number is a representaion of how often you dodge an enemy. It increases 1
point every level, and each point in AGI increases it by 1 point as well. Your
flee drops greatly between enemies as they attack you, as it is split amongst
them. This is counteracted by Hit.

ASPD (Attack Speed)____________________________________________________________

This is your attack speed, which has finally been enabled. 200 is the fastest
attack speed, 100 the slowest.

Status Point___________________________________________________________________

This number is simply the number of status points you currently have spare.


Your guild name and icon goes here.


Left Mouse Click - You'll be using this one for 90% of the game. Clicking on
the ground will move you to that spot, if possible. Clicking on an item will
pick it up off the ground. Clicking on a monster will attack it once. And of
course, clicking will allow you to use the interface.

Left Mouse Click (Hold) - Holding the button down is an alternative to clicking
every 5 seconds to control where you want to walk. Learn to use this, and give
your finger a rest.

Shift+Left Mouse Click - This will allow you to attack players. PK (Player
Killing) is not enabled yet though.

CTRL+Left Mouse Click - A very useful combination. Using CTRL+Click on a
monster will cause you to auto-attack it until it dies. (or you die)

Right Mouse Click + Move - This will adjust the camera around you character.
Useful when something is blocking your view.

Shift+Right Mouse Click+Move - This will adjust the pitch of the camera.

CTRL+Right Mouse Click+Move - This will adjust the zoom of the camera.

Right Mouse Double-click - This will return the camera to its default
position around your character.

Shift+Right Mouse Double-Click - This will return the camera's pitch to it's
default position.

CTRL+Right Mouse Double-Click - This will return the camera's zoom to it's
default position.

Mouse Wheel - This will also adjust the zoom of the camera.

Mouse Wheel (Secondary) - While a skill cursor is up, you can adjust the level
of the skill easily by using the mouse wheel. Thanks to Aethereal for
pointing this out to me.

TAB - This will toggle between the field to input text, and the field to
specifiy a name for a private message.

Alt+End - This will remove the 2 bars below your character showing your HP and

Alt+Home - This turns the ground cursor on and off.

Insert - This will cause you to sit down, doubling your HP and SP recovery

ESC - This will bring up the end game menu. When this is up, you can press
ENTER for a quick getaway from a mob of monsters.

F12 - This will open the hotkey menu, and is the ONLY way to open the hotkey
menu. The boxes represent the F1 through F9 keys. You can drag items,
equipment, and even skills from the skill menu here for easy access. Always
have emergency potions on one of the buttons. Also have your most used skill(s)
in these areas. On some, you can specify levels by using the arrow underneath
the skill. For example, you can have a level 4 firebolt bound to F1, and a
level 2 firebolt to F2. Equipment put here will automatically equip when you
press the button. This can be useful to switch from a wand to a knife, for

ALT+1 - Will use the exclamation point emotion (for surprise)

ALT+2 - Will use the question mark emotion (for confusion)

ALT+3 - Will use the singing emotion (for boredom)

ALT+4 - Will use the heart emotion (to show love... awww)

ALT+5 - Will use the teardrop emotion (for an awkward situation)

ALT+6 - Will use the lightbulb emotion (for a good idea)

ALT+7 - Will use the pulsating vein emotion (for anger)

ALT+8 - Will use the storm cloud emotion (for extreme anger)

ALT+9 - Will use the dollar sign emotion (for getting money/good item)

ALT+0 - Will use the elipse emotion (for not having anything to say)

CTRL+- - Will use the peace sign emotion (for scissors in Paper/Rock/Scissors,
or anything else you'd use the peace sign for)

CTRL+= - Will use the fist sign emotion (for rock in Paper/Rock/Scissors,
or to be threatening)

CTRL+\ - Will use the open hand emotion (for paper in Paper/Rock/Scissors,
or waving)

ALT+Q - Hotkey for the equipment menu.

CTRL+Q - Hotkey to minimize the equipment menu.

ALT+W - Hotkey for the pushcart menu.

CTRL+W - Hotkey to minimize the pushcart menu.

ALT+E - Hotkey for the item menu.

CTRL+E - Hotkey to minimize the item menu.

ALT+I - Opens the friend setup menu.

ALT+O - Hotkey for the option menu.

CTRL+O - Hotkey to minimize the option menu.

ALT+A - Hotkey for the status menu.

CTRL+A - Hotkey to minimize the status menu.

ALT+S - Hotkey for the skills menu.

ALT+D - Hotkey for the detail menu.

ALT+H - Hotkey for the friends menu.

ALT+Z - Hotkey for the party menu.

ALT+X - Hotkey for the end game menu.

ALT+C - Hotkey for the chat room menu.

ALT+V - Hotkey to minimize and maximize the basic info menu.

ALT+G - Opens the Guild control panel.

ALT+M - Opens the hotkey control panel.


/h or /help - Displays a list of commands and controls in the chat window.

/w or /who - Displays number of players online.

/tip - Displays the tip of the day.

/bgm - Toggles background music on and off.

/sound - Toggles sound effects on and off.

/effect - Toggles effects on and off (like exit gates, and mage spells).

/where - Displays your current location (map name and XY coordinates).

/skip - Toggles frame skip on and off. If this is off, SAKURAHEAVEN will try to render
every frame, even if it will slowdown the game in the process. If this is on,
SAKURAHEAVEN will drop frames to keep up a smooth game.

/v (0-127) - Adjusts the sound effect volume.

/bv (0-127) - Adjusts the BGM volume.

/ex - Displays a list of all the characters you have ignored.

/ex (Character name) - Ignores the specified character.

/exall - Ignores all characters.

/in (Character name) - Un-ignores the specified character.

/inall - Un-ignores all characters.

/organize "Your name here" - This will allow you to create a party. You can
invite people into it by right clicking on them, and selecting the "invite to
party" option.

/guild "Your name here" - Creates a Guild, if you have an Emperium.

/leave - Leaves your current party.

/expel (Character name) - Will remove a character from the party, if you are
the party leader.

/emblem - Toggles your guild emblem on and off

/sit - Same as insert, makes your character sit.

/stand - Same as insert, makes your character stand up.

/chat - Opens the create chatroom dialogue box.

/q - Leaves a chat room.

/memo - Memorizes a warp point.

/snap - Snaps the battle cursor on or off.

/skillsnap - Snaps the skill cursor on or off.

/itemsnap - Snaps your cursor to pick up items on or off.

/savechat - Saves your entire message log into a text file. It is located
in the folder "Chat", in your SAKURAHEAVEN directory.

/camera - Toggles camera zooming on and off.

/miss - Toggles miss notification on and off.

/!, /?, /delight, /heart, /sweat, /aha, /fret, /anger, /money, /..., /gawi,
/bawi, /bo - All of these are simply the emotion icons, which are much more
easily performed by ALT or CTRL plus the number or character.


Big parts of this FAQ have been ripped of Weggy's RO FAQ :P.

DEV TEAM, thanks for making and supporting such a great server !!
Everyone on the dev team, to many names and my fingers are to lazy to type them :P, KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK GUYZ !!!

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