Raid Arena is a 2-4 player kit based battle map! Players start by picking a kit. Each kit has four to Five "gear slots". each Gear slot has a piece of gear that can be upgraded using levels. Kits also have a "special" ability that only they posses.
After selecting their kit players will fight in one of twelve preselected arenas to fight in. At the end of a round the last man standing will receive a victory point. Everyone also receives one level at the end of a round.
After players receive their levels they will be taken to the "shop". There they can use their levels to purchase upgrades to their gear that will help them win in future fights.
After all players have left the shop the next round of fighting will start. This cycle of fighting then upgrading gear continues until one player has collected the select amount of victory points which can range from 4, 8, or 12 Victory Points.
Raid Arena is a competitive PvP map. The game is balanced for two players however, can support a total of four players in a game. What makes Raid Arena unique from other PvP maps is its unique shop system. After each round players receive levels that can be spent on gear upgrades at the shop. The kits of Raid Arena share the same type of gear. Every kit has four to five pieces of upgradable gear out of the eleven total types of gear in the game. Gear can only be upgraded to level four, at that point that piece of gear will no longer be upgradable. The types of gear in the game are: Sword, Axe, Armor, Equipment, Nature, Bow, Crossbow, Potion, Apple, Health, and Absorption. Kits also have a "Special" ability that is unique to just that kit. Some examples of specials are: "Speed II when near others", "Better Armor upgrades", "Reduced environmental damage", etc. Raid Arena also has a variety of custom items that are available from gear upgrades such as a "cloud block" which when dropped temporarily gives nearby players levitation or Glow Lichen that gives players slowness III when stepped on. Overall Raid Arena is a well polished, competitive, and unique PvP map for mcpedl.com
* Not all kits are in this picture
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- Added a new kit: Purple.
- Purples gear: Sword III. Armor I. Potion I. Health I
- Added particle effects for Yellows special
- Nature IV now only gives one spore blossom (previously two)
- Major lobby redesigns
- New kit selection lobby
- Signs in the shop now have color coded upgraded prices
- Added the "Raid Arena Guide" book to help new players
- Bridge, Lumberyard, Court, and Dungeon map have been improved
- Map selection is no longer random. Maps now will cycle through each in order of release date throughout a game.
- Fixed a bug where players levels would be taken from them when someone else upgrades gear
- Fixed a bug where player three would not be teleported when the Indoors map is selected
-Looking into the future-
Currently, Green and Magenta have been the best two kits to play in Raid Arena. Green will receive a nerf in 9.0 and Magenta may also receive another nerf if playtest show the kit still being overpowered. In 8.0 Bows received a rework. The weapon, while in its current state good, could receive a slight buff as upgrading from bow III to bow IV simply doesn't make much of an impact. Purple, the new kit, is very strong and stays strong throughout the entirety of the game. I decided against making a last minute nerf to Purple as I would not have enough time to properly playtest it and Purple has only received nerfs since the time I first started testing the kit; however, 9.0 may bring a slight rework or nerf to the kit.
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