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Old Apr 9th, 2004, 23:33:21   #1
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Mission Settings 101 (version 2.0)

There are often questions about what the mission types are and what the sliders mean. This is the information that I think I know, but I'm sure that others will disagree with certain parts of it. Please, if you have comments about this, chime in so that the differing opinions can be shared with other new characters.

This is the second version of my guide. The original version was posted on the New Arrivals board under the title "Missions: Types, Sliders, and Find Item Missions" I would like to thank everyone for their helpful comments in that thread, especially Jajangmyun, Yurunn, Bufo, and Incarnadine.

Why Mission?
It seems that many players are now focusing on hunting in the Shadowlands which can offer better experience and monitary rewards than hunting on Rubi-Ka (similar to many gold rush situations in the ancient history of Old Earth). However, many new players are missing some of the benefits from running missions, which you can only get on Rubi-Ka.

First, there are the token boards for those that choose a side. There are several good guides to these, but if you are unfamiliar with side token boards, you can find a very good Tokens and Token Boards guide at AO Stratics. There are some new token boards for high level neutrals as well, but you can get a 1000 token board much earlier on a side.

Secondly, you can get "free" armor, weapons, and nanos by running missions. Of course, ClickSaver is very useful for that purpose, and its use has been sanctioned by Funcom. Not all items are missionable, but quite a few are.

Mission Types
There are five mission types: find item, return item, repair, find person, and kill person missions.

Find item missions are generally the preferred type of mission among adventurers, as you get to keep the found item as well as the mission reward. Once you pick up the item, your mission ends, so don't pick it up until all the mobs are dead if you are going for a 100% chance to get your mission token(s). Please note that many find item missions now ask you to locate some Urgent Sensitive Information or an Art Container which is worthless and negates the primary benefit for pulling find item missions.

Return item missions involve picking up the item in the mission, returning to the exact mission terminal you received the mission from, and then giving that item to the terminal in order to complete the mission. In my opinion these are the most annoying type of mission, whether you are trying to blitz for items or earn tokens. However, there are others that strongly recommend that since the Urgent Sensitive Information and Art Containers became targets of find item missions that this may be the best setting for blitzing missions for items, as you get two chances at the item: once as the item to NOT return to complete the mission if you wanted it (just delete the mission after you get the item) and a second time as the mission reward. Just make sure you make note of the exact terminal you took the mission from.

Repair missions will give you a part, data, or food to deposit in some machine in the mission (pick it up out of inventory and right click it on the machine in the mission). These aren't too bad for those with an altruistic streak, and happen to be my favorite mission type along with find item missions when I'm trying to earn tokens or maximize my experience through missioning. They are only finished when you want to use the repair item (unlike find person missions and some kill person missions where you have the bad luck of running into the target before you have a good completion percentage) and you don't have to bring anything back to a terminal. The one drawback is that you do use up a primary inventory slot for the repair item as temporary items can't go in packs.

Find person missions involving targeting the selected person or monster for about 30 seconds. You are then free to kill the target if you want, or leave him/her/it living. I find these annoying when I'm trying to earn tokens as you need to make sure you quickly unselect the target of the mission if you aren't ready to complete it. And sometimes, no matter how fast you untarget the selected person or monster, it completes the mission anyway. On the other hand, if you are trying to blitz the mission for an item or for the cash these can be the best type of mission along with find item missions, particularly if your mission is to find a person in a mission full of monsters, or a monster in a mission full of people.

Kill person missions are similar to find person missions, but the mission completes when the target is killed, rather than just being targetted. This may mean that you encounter the person early in the mission, and can't access rooms beyond without his attacking. Running for the entrance in these cases seems to have him waiting for you when you zone back in too. That means that you can't always do enough of the mission to earn a token. They also can be good for blitzing missions, but not as good as find item or find person missions as you must kill this target, not just click on it. Also, if you have your map upgrades for people and monsters, you can sometimes pick out your target on the map like with find person missions.

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With kill person missions, it seems like the target human can be one of two types visually. If the person is dressed in a brown plated armor, they tend to be passive, and you can easily take down everything in the room with the person, move on, do other things, and come back and take them later. However, if it is a person in a blue Hawaiian shirt, they will be aggressive, and attack on sight, so if you run into the person before you were ready to complete the mission, you have to either go through the rest of the mission with them beating on your back (have done that before ) or just kill them and finish the mish early.
Mission Sliders
If you click on the small arrow to the right of the Request Mission button, you will see some sliders where you can select the mission parameters. Its not absolutely certain what each slider does, but these are what I think I know about them.

The Good-Bad slider is used for changing the mission type while the other sliders remain at a constant setting. Generally, the closer to good the selector is, the more altruistic the mission, while the closer to bad the selector is, the more violent the mission. Some people think good missions tend to have fewer mobs than bad missions, but I've not seen that correlation.

The Order-Chaos slider determines the type of mobs. When the selector is set to order, you will be fighting humans of various classes. When the selector is set to chaos, you will be fighting animals, mutants, cyborgs, and robots.

Incarnadine also added this tidbit about the Order-Chaos slider that I wasn't aware of:
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When the Chaos slider is set to 100% Chaos, it chooses the second mob of paired mobs (such as found in large rooms and corridors) randomly instead of making it of the same type as the first. This has very important consequences for pet owners, because most of the time randomly chosen mobs will not assist each other, so a pet can be sent in to attack one of them and the other mob will just stand there and not join the fight.

This is very helpful both for soloing with a pet (it can kill high level mobs one at a time when two would overwhelm it), and also for pulling singles out of the room for teams (/pet follow after it has attacked one mob). Obviously nobody should enter the room or corridor --- nail those impetuous damage dealers to the ground outside --- otherwise the second mob will agro directly despite not being interested in assisting the first mob.

The random choice of second mob seems to be made once only and then applied to all mob pairs in the mission. In other words, if clan human was chosen as 2nd mob type for pairs in an otherwise all-hellhound mission, then it will be clan human in all large rooms and corridors.

Note that 100% Chaos is not infallible in creating non-assisting second mobs because the choice of 2nd is made independently of the choice of 1st for pairs, so that there is always a chance that they will both be hellhounds, for example, by coincidence. Also, some mobs do assist each other despite being of not exactly the same type, for example Aquaan Marines and Aquaan Queens, and hellhounds and Bioarranged Beasts, which reduces their independence slightly.

The 100% Chaos setting has been invaluable to me as a TL6 engie. The top-trimmed and fully buffed ql 200 slayer can just about survive an encounter with a single 219 hellhound given chain-casting of A Maker's Touch pet heal, but two of them means a dead pet in under 30 seconds, so full Chaos extends the soloing life of an engie very usefully.
The Open-Hidden slider determines the prevalence of locked doors and chests, and secret walls that have treasure hidden behind them.

The Phys-Myst slider determines the combat style of the mobs in the mission. When set to physical, expect the mobs to get right up close and wack on you. When set to mystical you will face more nano-using targets.

The HeadOn-Stealth slider seems to determine the number of trapped chests and also the prevalence of mission security devices (cameras and turrets) in the mission. The closer to stealth you have the setting, the more of these will appear.

The Money-XP slider should be obvious. In general, the bonus XP seems to ammount to about 1 mob's worth in the mission, so leaving it set all the way to money is my suggestion.

In my suggestions for how to set the mission sliders, I will show a sample slider |----|----| with a button 0 where the slider is located. It appears that there are 5 regions on the slider important for getting different mission types:
0----|----| 0% or full to the left
|-0--|----| anywhere from 10% through 40%
|----0----| 50% or dead in the center, this is the default location for all sliders when you activate the mission terminal
|----|--0-| anywhere from 60% through 90%
|----|----0 100% or full to the right
Note that the percent versions are the same as those used by ClickSaver, which can set the sliders to your desired positions automatically if the mission window is in the top left hand corner of your screen. ClickSaver is an invaluable tool for finding missions with rewards you are intersted in.

Also, it should be noted that my results apply until you accept a mission. At that point, the slot becomes filled with a different mission type.
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Slider Settings for Three Find Item Missions

Slider Setting for Three Find Item Missions (Real Item to Find)
First, as word of warning about these settings to all Omni personnel. It appears that if you take a find item mission from an Omni terminal with a real item to find, and it is a cave or cliff mission, then you will get an "Unable to enter mission building: are you using an old mission key?" bug when trying to enter the mission. As I am loyal to the clans, someone from Omni-Tek will have to post a note when this error is finally fixed and this word of warning in no longer necessary.
Good... |----|----0 Bad.... 100%
Order.. |----0----| Chaos.. 50%
Open... |----0----| Hidden. 50%
Phys... |----0----| Myst... 50%
Head On |----0----| Stealth 50%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 return item, 1 repair
Mission: nice mix of missions, giving you a variety of situations

Good... |----|----0 Bad.... 100%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 return item, 1 repair
Mission: good for those who like hidden areas, locks to unlock, and traps to diffuse while fighting melee-oriented NPCs.

Good... |----|----0 Bad.... 100%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On |----0----| Stealth 0% to 40$ or 50%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 return item, 1 find person
Mission: melee-oriented NPCs and lots of locks and hidden areas, but fewer traps than the previous setting.

Good... |----|----0 Bad.... 100%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... |-0--|----| Myst... 10% through 40%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 return item, 1 find person
Mission: good for those who like hidden areas, locks to unlock, and traps to diffuse while fighting mostly melee-oriented NPCs with some nano-using NPCs as well.

Good... |----|----0 Bad.... 100%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... |----0----| Myst... 50% or 60% through 90%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 return item, 1 repair
Mission: good for those who like hidden areas, locks to unlock, and traps to diffuse while fighting mostly nano-using NPCs but with some melee-oriented NPCs as well.

Good... |----|----0 Bad.... 100%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... |----|----0 Myst... 100%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 find person, 1 repair
Mission: good for those who like hidden areas, locks to unlock, and traps to diffuse while fighting nano-using NPCs.

Good... |----0----| Bad.... 50%
Order.. |----0----| Chaos.. 50%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... |----|----0 Myst... 100%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 repair, 1 find person
Mission: good if you like nano-using mobs and lots of locks, traps, and secret areas.

Good... |----|----0 Bad.... 100%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----0----| Hidden. 50%
Phys... |----|----0 Myst... 100%
Head On |----|--0-| Stealth 60% through 90%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 kill person, 1 return item
Mission: good if you like nano-using NPCs but don't like quite so many locks, traps, and secret areas.
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Slider Settings for Three Find Item Missions

Slider Setting for Three Find Item Missions (Fake Item to Find)
Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. |----|----0 Chaos.. 100%
Open... 0----|----| Hidden. 0%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On 0----|----| Stealth 0%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 kill person, 1 find person
Mission: melee oriented animals, mutants, cyborgs, and robots, with very few traps, hidden areas, or locks.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. |----|----0 Chaos.. 60% through 90% or 100%
Open... 0----|----| Hidden. 0%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On |----0----| Stealth 50%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

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Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0% or 10% through 40%
Order.. |----|----0 Chaos.. 100%
Open... 0----|----| Hidden. 0%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On |----0----| Stealth 50%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 kill person, 1 find person
Mission: good if you need to find animal parts (making plasma to sell) or robot parts (engineers) but don't like facing nano-using mobs. These settings have less hidden areas, locks, and traps.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. |----|----0 Chaos.. 100%
Open... |----0----| Hidden. 50%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On 0----|----| Stealth 0%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 kill person, 1 find person
Mission: melee oriented mobs with some locks but very few traps and security devices.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. |----|--0-| Chaos.. 60% through 90%
Open... |-0--|----| Hidden. 10% through 40%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On |----0----| Stealth 50%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find item, 1 kill person, 1 return item
Mission: good if you need to find animal parts (making plasma to sell) or robot parts (engineers) but don't like facing nano-using mobs. Also has few hidden areas, locks, or traps.
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Slider Settings for Three Repair Missions

Slider Setting for Three Repair Missions
Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... 0----|----| Hidden. 0%
Phys... |----0----| Myst... 50%
Head On |----0----| Stealth 50%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 repair, 1 kill person, 1 find person
Mission: this gives mixed NPC missions with low lock counts and moderate traps/mission security devices.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----0----| Hidden. 50%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 repair, 1 kill person, 1 return item
Mission: melee-oriented NPCs with some locks and a reasonably large number of traps and security devices.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... |----|----0 Myst... 100%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 repair, 1 find person, 1 find item
Mission: nano-oriented NPCs with lots of locks, traps, and security devices.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... 0----|----| Hidden. 100%
Phys... |----|----0 Myst... 100%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 repair, 1 kill person, 1 return item
Mission: nano-oriented NPCs with few locks but lots of traps and security devices.
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Mission Settings for Three Find Person Missions

Slider Setting for Three Find Person Missions
Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On 0----|----| Stealth 0%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find person, 1 kill person, 1 find item
Mission: melee-oriented NPCs with lots of locks, but very few traps and security devices.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On |----|----0 Stealth 100%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find person, 1 repair, 1 find item
Mission: melee-oriented NPCs with lots of locks, traps, and security devices.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... |----0----| Myst... 50%
Head On 0----|----| Stealth 0%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find person, 1 kill person, 1 repair
Mission: a mix of NPCs with lots of locks, but very few traps and security devices.

Good... 0----|----| Bad.... 0%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... |----|----0 Hidden. 100%
Phys... 0----|----| Myst... 0%
Head On |----0----| Stealth 50%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find person, 1 repair, 1 find item
Mission: melee-oriented NPCs with lots of locks and moderate traps and security devices.

Good... |----|----0 Bad.... 100%
Order.. 0----|----| Chaos.. 0%
Open... 0----|----| Hidden. 0%
Phys... |----0----| Myst... 50%
Head On |-0--|----| Stealth 10% to 40%
Money.. 0----|----| XP..... 0%

Results: 3 find person, 1 return item, 1 kill person
Mission: a mix of NPCs with few locks or security devices.
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OMG... I needed this... thank you SO much!

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Uber post! Sticky for sure!

Oh, one piece of advice I didn't see mentioned: When purely blitzing (i. e. not killing mobs), Find Person can be quite handy, as very often the person you need to find is either your side (handy if you have Side upgrade) or a red (animal) dot among white (human) dots. Even if it isn't, in my experience the person to find is always the 2nd person in a room where there should be only one, or the 3rd person in a room where there should be only two, and so tend to be pretty easy to spot.

In addition to this, the person/item/doohickey/whatever is always (I have never had this fail myself at least) as far away from the mish entrance as possible to get, in the appropiate room of course. It may be well hidden, and since only certain rooms can hold the objective it may even be somewhat confusing, but I have never had a mish where it-will-be-as-far-away-from-the-entrance-as-possible has failed me.
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Best post I've ever seen on mission sliders. Very good work!
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in the beginning, boards were created. and they were good. then, the board gods looked into the future and saw this post. and it was good. so in anticipation of this post, sticky was created, and it was good.

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This is a minor point to make, and the situation could have changed since I haven't done a Kill Person mission in at least six months, but regarding the clothing/aggro potential of the target person it used be that the target wearing the Hawaiian shirt could be either Atrox or Nanomage. If the target was Atrox he would aggro on sight, but the Nanomage would be passive and ignore you completely.
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as far away from the mish entrance as possible to get
I used to think this, until I was missioning tonight. I entered the first room, and went to the first door. When I opened it, Lo and Behold, there was my item! worked out well for me, as I was blitzing
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You said:

"and secret walls that have treasure hidden behind them"

Huh!?!? I can't recall finding secret walls with treasure behind them much at all. I know in some cave missions you go behind the drapes and there will be chests, sometimes a rock wall you can walk through and in the subway type missions sometimes theres a room - is this what you are referring to? Am I missing other types? An elaboration on that and how to find them would be great.

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I've found a secret room in two types of mission surroundings, both were subway but different styles. The room is on the map but no visible way of getting in it...you just run through the wall. I guess that's what a "secret" room is in AO.
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