Medic Skill Builds For Scarlet Blade

Battle Medic Build:


Best stats for gear:



Suit: EVA / DEF / VOID / MAX HP 

Bangle: Min ATK / Max ATK (or MAX HP) 

Knee: DEF / VOID / MAX HP / MAX HP % 

Shoes: DEF / VOID / Move Speed / MAX HP 

Gloves: DEF / Crit / MAX HP 

weapon is w/e. obv if you can get it you’ll want MAX CH-ATK / Crit / Crit-ATK 

rings/trinkets/earrings/necklace go with veteran


Hybrid Medic


Use the same skills but split the points between your heals and debuffs


Full Support


Only put points into your first row of offense skills and then max out your heals, buffs and debuffs.


Caergate Janus, Turnpike and Viledon

Now I’ll cover the battlefields. First off:



Is the disputed territory (PvP zone) for levels 23-29. Inside you have daily quests called “Escort the Engineer” (just called Naomi by everyone) that requires you to escort Naomi from FK base to where she works. Bear in Mind, the RG can (and will) attack your run. Always be on your toes.

The second main daily quest is: the ‘supply convoy’ (just referred to as Hera). It runs at 40 after every hour, so it’s a once and hour quest. As with Naomi, the RG can, and will, attack it.

Various other quests will range from:

Killing scarabs

Killing Brawlers

Killing Scorchers

Killing Augmented Scarabs

Killing Mechs.

Each quest gives out Rank Points and items ranging from enhancement stones to CP vials. These are useful to do. This is a map



Is a 15-19 and 21-28 battleground. It’s a small area consisting of a FK and RG base and three towers. Taking down the towers results in anything from enhancement stones, and gold, to rare mechs and other items. Depending on the group you’re with, this might be something they attack…or something you. Bear in mind, they take a while to destroy and the RG will be trying to get it too.

Here’s a map:



Is a 24-29 battleground. There’s ones for people over 30 but that doesn’t include us. It’s larger than Janus and the rewards are better. Unique mech’s have dropped from the chests. There are three chests and both sides try to break them first and foremost before going into PvP.

Here’s a map:



Video of turnpike battle:


Video of Janus Battle:

Scarlet Blade Game Guide Whipper, Defender and Shadow Walker

Now we move onto the last three classes. We’ll start with the Whipper.




Whipper is a tanky class. Built right, she can charge the RG base and the front lines and survive. By nature of her whip, she can take one more than one monster or enemy at the time. Whipper’s have very little difficulty soloing Bitterstone Core or any other dungeon.


High HP and Defense 
• Good damage 
• Debuffs 
• Ranged hooking and stun skill (Hooks in the target then stuns them, lethal against ranged characters) 
• Mid-ranged and Melee class 
• AoE Silence and Melee AoE burning 
• Defense buffs (Second-best defense skill in game) 
• Crowd control 
• Fastest grinder and farmer 
• Best in PvP/Battlegrounds at early levels


Not as good late-game, but can gain lots of kills from burning 
• Not really a tank class 
• Disadvantaged against ranged classes because it is a melee class


Be sure to invest in your passive HP and Defense. It’ll save your life on the battlefield.




• Highest HP and Defense (Tank Class) 
• Ranged Stun 
• Debuffs and Silence 
• HP and Defense buffs, as well as a attack buff that takes away hp per second. 
• One of the best end-game PvP classes 


• Average damage 
• Melee class, can be taken down easily from a distance if there is no medic to support you, or your def/hp isn’t high 
• Useless at tanking and killing at lower levels/unfunded 
• Can be killed if kited and unexperienced 


A downright nasty character to meet in Melee battles. If you’re a SW, keep going…don’t mess with this meatshield.


Shadow Walker:


The sneakiest of the classes out there. When played correctly, she is a unrivalled killing machine. However, she requires someone who is sneaky and cunning to properly use her and her skills.


• High evasion 
• Stealth 
• High attack and crit/crit attack in stealth 
• Deadly to ranged classes 
• Debuffs 
• AoE Silence and Stun 
• Lots of evasion, accuracy, critical and move speed buffs that are OP 


• Low hp/defense (to be confirmed) 
• Stealth is useless against Sentinels with passive stealth detection 
• Will be ganked once stealth is off in battlegrounds

The combination of gear and skills are the key to making a SW good. A good combination is:

(Combo for Sentinel Only and those who have 3.8k HP below) 
Secret Charge> Twilight Explosion>Flare>Shadow Dance>Fatal Thrust>Death Blow>Slaughter>Crippler>Hack and Slash 

(Combo for all Character that doesn’t have sight and those who have 4k hp above) 
Flare>Shadow Dance>Fatal Thrust>Death Blow>Slaughter>Secret Charge> Twilight Explosion>Crippler>Hack and Slash 

Gear should have EVA-ATK-DEF-CH-ATK. Void is not a big thing with Shadow Walker. Doesn’t help her much.


Passive skills points should be put into concealment and one into HP.

Special skills that are utterly necessary:


Ghost Walk (allows you to conceal yourself for 4 seconds after an attack)

Escape artist (increases your EVA and Void)

Miss Misery



This completes our class guides. Next we’ll cover PvP







Scarlet Blade Game Guide Medic, Punisher and Sentinel

To the new players who have joined SailorS, welcome aboard! I’m taking time to create a game guide to help you learn how to play the game.


Sati is an extension of Mother, the AI in charge of the ‘Ark Project,’ which created the Arkanas. She gives quests (both primary and secondary) throughout the game. Do not skip her missions (or any for that manner) because it will set you behind. Several of them are required to advance, while others give out enhancement stones, weapons, etc etc.


Scarlet Blade is a combination of Player vs Player combat and a Korean-style grinder. A grinder is a game that requires you to kill mobs (monsters) and do dailies to level up once your pass level 12 or 13.

The keyboard is a usual W-A-S-D set up. W goes forwards, A to the left, S backwards, D to the left.

Arcana Classes:


The medic is the most unique class in Scarlet Blade. She has the capability to keep herself alive, and her comrades through buffs and equipment. A medic is a major need when doing dungeons, etc.

Best gear to get for a medic depends on the piece of gear. As you note below, each item has a slightly different skill mix by the big ones are EVA, VOID, HP, Crit rate and Min and Max attack %

Important buffs for a medic are: Healer’s touch, veil of offense, restoration, veil of healing, shadowfoil, and eradicate.

Bear in mind that Medics are the ones that people look to kill the most. Try to build up your passive HP a lot and enhance gear for better HP. Secondly, stay as far back as you can to keep your buffs working. Medics aren’t front line warriors, so that will keep you alive.

-Heal and AoE heal for maximum nursing power 
-Various team buffs ranging from attack boosts to increased critical rate and damage 
– Heals means you rarely need to use HP Hypovials except in emergencies 
– SP Regen is pretty good, and a pretty large SP pool 
-Usually one Medic per dungeon party, which means any Medic drops are guaranteed to you on class roll 
– One of the rarer classes 
– Your measurements are perfect 
– You use a freaking backpack arm-cannon, that’s kawaii man 

– You’re not a class meant for, or even good at, DPS 
– Grinding and questing is slightly slower than other classes because of slower kill rate (depends on build) 
– You have to balance between heals, buffs, and damage, making skill point distribution a pain in the butt 
-People will give you flak if you don’t heal them properly 


Punisher is a long range attack artist. She is armed with a rifle that allows her to target foes from a distance. Punishers make a good backbone to groups because basically she’s the sniper of the bunch.


-Deadly long range attacks (great for KOs; you can out damage heals) 
-High DPS & damage output 
-Powerful critical hits 
-High critical rates 
-Relatively useful team buffs/debuffs 
-Grinding/questing is cake (assuming you rely on consumables from time to time) 
-Powerful mech form. 


-Relatively low HP & SP 
-Low defense (don’t even try to tank) 
-Wait time for cooldowns after first skill rotation 
-Relatively high SP cost for skills 
-Relatively high CP usage in mech form 
-Movement restriction for some buffs

6. Gear






Knee Guards: 


Sents are the ONLY class that can easily detect SW’s. They are the Kryptonite of SW’s.


Fastest in the Game

Ranged Attack (20 Meters)

Twin Guns Give Ability to Max out DPS (Damage Per Second)

And did I mention you can see Shadow Walkers when they’re invisible? (you see their name and where they’re moving at. The better your detection is, the better you’ll see them)


• Ranged single target killer 
• Highest move speed and attack speed 
• Passive stealth detection 
• Ranged and melee stun 
• Defense and Protection debuffs 
• Move speed, critical, evasion and defense buffs 
• Best attack passives 


• Worst HP and Defense (squishy) 
• Is meant more for support, while Punishers are meant more for attack. 



Depends on both Weapon and Passive attack skills to maximize offensive power

Void doesn’t do much for You…EVA is the way to go.

That’s your “perfect” gear. However, each person has their choice in how they want to build their Loli, so consider it a suggestion.

Spawn Camping and Camping in Enemy Base


Last week I brought up the mention of Forever 29’s as a problem in Scarlet Blade. Well, this is the same problem now changed to something different. It’s call ‘Spawn Camping’ and ‘Base Camping.’

What is this you may ask? This is when two or more ridiculously strong Forever 29’s mech up and just stay in either Royal Guard or Free Knight base for anywhere from 5-10 minutes straight. This means anyone killed will respawn in the case-as usual-and immediately die again.

This is so wrong in many ways.

First off, it gives a person a chance to ‘rank point farm’ off players who haven’t a chance in hell of standing up to them. Last night I watched some of our FK do that. And it’s the same bunch I wrote about last night. Now I get it that you’re mad someone from RG came onto our chat and talked trash. That’s one thing…camping their base to just bully them is another.

It’s why no one likes this group.

Secondly, it forces RG to stay in their base, which prevents solo players like me from being able to get kills and complete the ‘killing enemy arkana’ quest. I admit my arkana doesn’t have the highest level equipment, which forces me to be sneaky, brutal and a 1v1 fighter…to each his own.

But to load up on high gear and then just bully your way into the enemy base doesn’t make you ‘tough’ or ‘bad’ it makes you a prick. Chalk up another reason why the group on our side isn’t liked.

And I’m sure there are people who will tell me ‘then make your arkana better.’ Well, one can’t when the bunch hogs every major boss they can. That prevents others from being able to get tough enough to be able to make runs at the RG or FK chest.

Once again, Aeria looks the other way while Valkyrie server continues to die. Smaller players don’t want to come in because they’ll be mauled. I’ve gotten to where I try to stick to 26-29 when I kill someone but it’s hard to tell the difference via HP. If I see a 23 or 24 or 25 dog tag floating after the kill, then I’ll leave that person alone.

Granted, I understand Aeria is in business to make money and these folks probably buy stuff from Aeria. I get that. However, to turn a blind eye while folks are screwed over is poor management.

Once again, another problem to be fixed that won’t be.

Gaming and People Who Have No Life

Warning: strong language inside.

I just finished playing Scarlet Blade a couple minutes ago and ended up shaking my head. We were in a battleground called Janus, which is where both sides can fight. Suffice to say, we lost. Fine. It’s not the end of the world.

Right now I’m leveling up a Medic, Sentinel and Whipper, all classes I’ve never played before. So, are they built, skill wise, like they should? Probably not, but oh well that’s life.

Suffice to say, one person griped me out in the middle of the game for ‘not having basic heals and trying to be a hero.’ I guess it was being a hero to try to support them with what buffs and heals I have. But, you know, it’s a game, so what’s the big deal.

Same person went on shout and yells “RUN FROM JANUS FK (Free Knights, which is our faction) YOU FUCKING COWARDS!

What? Really?

I just had to sit back and shake my damn head at people. It’s a fucking game…not real life! Why take it so seriously? That’s why I’m leveling out of Caergate so I can get away from something that’s annoying me. Why? It’s a game! And if it’s running up your blood pressure then: 1. You’re taking it too seriously. 2. You’re letting someone have too much control over how you feel. 3. You’re taking it too seriously.

This is why I tell people all the time that some gamers have no life. Anyone who’s willing to curse people out over losing a game is a moron. I don’t care how much money they put into it, they’re still a moron.

Time to get your head out of your ass and get over yourself.