Blade and Soul – Marvelous Summoner That Is Worth to Play

Born with the mark of the Summoner, Joseph possesses a power greater than emperors and gods. As a child, he summoned a demon to save his village, and watched in horror as those he loved were destroyed. Nine years later, the armies of Orenia invade, and Joseph must confront the prophecy he was born to fulfill.

Summoner in Blade and Soul and its Familiar are a team, fighting together to overwhelm their enemies. The Familiar rushes into the thick of BNS Gold, dealing heavy physical damage and holding the attention of their opponent. Meanwhile, the Summoner hangs back, supporting its Familiar with long range skills that both help their feline friend and hinder their shared enemy.

Don’t let the adorable appearance of these two fool you. The summoner attacks deal constant damage and can readily control the flow of battle, making it particularly hard to deal with. Even if one part of the team is defeated, it can revive its fallen ally and jump right back into the fight.

The Summoner and its Familiar are the strongest at transferring health from foes to themselves. While it is a great class for novices, actually mastering the Summoner is a difficult process given their wide range of tactics and abilities.

Key Features:
Traverse a beautiful, completely original world spanning two continents.
Up to 16 different creatures to summon and control in combat, such as minotaurs, golems, dragons, and original fantastical creatures.
Cast spectacular spells. Wield an arsenal of weapons. Clad yourself in the armor of a warrior.


Advantage: Long-distance attack, control and assist

Combat style: Weaken the monster by natural power, and then make summon beast to attack.
The summoner, a long-distance aggressive class, summons lovely kitten to attack through various moves, and also uses “dandelion seed” to protect the surrounding companion.

Class Feature
The summoner can issue order to the beast for attacking enemies, or support combat in the rear.

Most of the moves of the summoner are related with beast, so it has significant influence for the combat efficiency whether you have beast or Blade And Soul Items. The summoner has the lowest blood volume in all the classes, but it has high efficiency recovery means and safety situation when fighting.

Most of the combats depend on the summoning beast, so it is simple for training roles, but it has high requirement for the operation in PvP and other players’ combats.

It will make self-recovery for internal force in non-combat status. Also it can put to good use most of typical skill among all the classes, but with lower attack force.

The level 45 faction dailies in Blade & Soul

You can not get them from the level 45 faction dailies if you are 50, no. That doesn’t mean an alt or 10 can’t do the dailies…also, soulstones can be farmed at 50 – takes maybe the same time to get the same amount we do now, except you can do it literally all day if you want. Soulstones have been in the mid 20’s in TW for example for a very long time…except golds value is significantly less in TW than NA/EU for obvious reasons -making the relative price extremely cheap.

Yeah the markets are really being F’d up with the content releases so fast – we need more sources for soulstones that ARE NOT PvP – I’d even take an RNG box that drops them like candy so the price goes down – it is going to take me forever to upgrade my gear even with 3 alts doing faction dailies (I hate PvP, so screw Arena.) Honestly they should have made it easier for our release to upgrade our gear – kind of crappy that we get this severely compressed schedule to 50 but no relief on materials?

That is what bothers me with this game – why is the best way to get items needed to upgrade your gear that has NOTHING to do with Arena AT ALL…from arena – do people not see how @#$@# stupid that is? Make some more costumes and titles to make the arena people happy and move some of the Blade-Soul Gold to PvE – there needs to be more PvE sources of soulstones which are used primarily for PvE gear…you would think that would make sense – logic and all.

Also, PvP is not the main focus of this game – if it was faction warfare would not be a complete joke – PvE is clearly a HUGE focus of this game based on development for it …and apparently they need PvE incentives for people to bother doing Arena…please put 2 and 2 together to see how popular Arena is to the playerbase at large (not just our region.)

I’ve been farming BW nonstop Fri-Sun, exchanging BW Essence for SS, and getting the (Gold) Zen Bean Pouch about every other day. The 5k Zen Bean skill for Sin is shit, but am I overdoing it? It’s a very tough call on whether or not I should be stockpiling the Zen Beans/Essences themselves, and whether or not to sell SS while the prices are high.