By activating the PK (Player Kill) system in Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds, you can attack other players in zones where PVP is allowed.
While this may seem fun, there are certain downsides to PKing like PK debuffs – not to mention that if you PK too much, you’ll also be vulnerable to other players.
In this guide, we explain how to access the PK system, how to use its features, its pros and cons, and the shop items associated with it.
How to access the PK system
To access the PK system from your main screen, simply click on the icon in the top left corner of the screen (highlighted below):
You will then be shown the PK system page which is divided into three main parts:
- Targeting Options
- PK Availability and PK Score
Your alignment determines your PKing behavior and attack patterns.
To activate them, simply click on the appropriate alignment you want your character to have.
Here are all four available alignments and what you can do once they’ve been activated:
|Peaceful||Makes you unable to attack other players.|
|Neutral||Allows you to attack other players who are attacking you.|
|vigilante||Allows you to attack other players who are defenseless or in a chaotic alignment, except for your allies.|
|Hostile||Allows you to attack all players except your allies.|
TIP: Set your Alignment to Peaceful Not protects you from attacks by other PKers. Instead, always set your alignment to neutral just in case you come across one!
There are three targeting options on the PK system page, allowing you to specify which goals you want to prioritize first — regardless of your alignment.
To activate them, simply click on the appropriate target you want your character to focus on.
Here are all three targeting options available:
|focus monster||Allows you to prioritize targeting monsters in battle.|
|player in focus||Allows you to prioritize targeting players in battle.|
|Players only||Makes it impossible for you to target anything other than players in combat.|
TIP: The best combination of targeting and targeting option for AFK farmers is: Neutral and focused players.
With this setting, you can mainly farm monsters, but also retaliate immediately if you are attacked while AFK.
PK Availability and PK Score
PK availability tells you whether or not the zone you are in is a PVP zone – a place where you can attack or be attacked by other players.
PK score is the measure of how many monsters you’ve killed compared to the number of actual players you’ve killed.
Your PK Score also determines what PK buffs you are currently receiving. Don’t forget to check it often!
The system you are looking for
The Wanted system allows you to find players who have killed many other players and who also have a very low PK score.
Be careful though, as you can also be listed and hunted down here if you overuse the PK system too much!
Your PK buffs are the main reason why keeping your PK score high is very important.
With a high PK score, you can take advantage of multiple buffs that increase your overall strength.
But a low PK score inflicts several debuffs on your character.
To learn what buffs and debuffs you can get depending on your PK score, just check out the following images below:
TIP: Have you killed too many players and are now suffering the consequences of low PK score?
Don’t worry because you can easily get your PK score back up just by killing monsters and using Repentance Letters that you can buy in the shop!
PK related articles
There are two notable items in the Honor Medal Exchange Shop if you want to PK from time to time:
- shield of peace
- letter of remorse
A shield of peace grants you immunity to PKing for 15 minutes. It costs 15 Medals of Honor and you can only buy them 10 times per week.
This shield is especially useful for PK-heavy zones when you want to take a break or just farm monsters in peace.
A letter of remorse you can add 10,000 points to your PK score. It costs 50 Medals of Honor and you can only buy them 10 times per day.
It is very useful for players who don’t want to replenish their PK score simply by farming tons of monsters.
This item is also arguably indispensable for players who have gone too far beyond Chaotic Alignment and accumulated heavy debuffs from excessive PKing.
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