Air Bombing Mode (B-gear skill)
- See: Weapon
- See: List of advanced weapons
An aggressive monster
Arlington National Influence
A-Gear Skill -> Advanced Weapons don't damage the User for limited Time
To camp the enemies warp gate from behind it.
Because multiple map chains exist, it is possible for an 'attacking' nation to travel towards the enemy home city along one route, then back towards the center along the other route on the way to their objective. When these attackers arrive in the target map, they enter from the side closer to the 'defending' nation's home city, usually where the defending nation is not expecting them. Thus, it is sometimes called 'going in through the back door'.
See Big Boom
B-Gear Elite Skill
See Bygeniou City United.
I-Gear elite skill.
Bach Move Mach (Bg and Ig skill)
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Short for Brigade
Barrier (Ag skill)
Theres a glitch/bug on ace.
a ship build
Bygeniou City United
- Noun: A bunch of gears camping a gate.
- Verb: Preventing the opposing nation from entering a map by shooting down every enemy the moment they enter through the gate.
Call of Hero see M-Gear
The Mgear in the form will "Call of Hero" the bgear at the spot where the Big Boom have to be placed. The Bgear can be in any other map of the game, while getting the "Call of Hero" request the Bgear have to start Big Boom and accept the "Call of Hero". The Bgear will spawn on the place where the Mgear clicked on the Bgear his name to "Call of Hero" him.
This trick is hard to counter as the defending group. Mgears do not have the time to use "Purify" on the Big Boom to cancel it. With normal Big Booms Bgears have to fly to the camp, in that time he will be spotted by the other nation. This makes it alot more riskfull, Mgears can use purify on u.
Be aware that there is a delay between the "Call of Hero" send and the request for the Bgear. The Mgear have to stay alive long enough to do this. Compare the Call of Hero Big Boom with the Drag Big Boom and u will see 2 different options. Drag Big Boom is easier and safer to use, but the camp of the other nation have to be in range of the gate. A lvl 1 Big Boom has only a 800 radius. The Call Of Hero Big Boom can be placed directly into the camp.
Preventing the enemy from obtaining one's killmark by killing oneself through collision with the environment.
A form of gamemplay where a B-Gear activates Big Boom when "dragged" into a warp gate whilst in formation. The Big Boom goes off upon warping into the next map. Mostly used to clear camps.
- Noun: An item from a monster in the game
- Verb: When a monster drops an item upon death
PvP combat between members of the same nation. May range from 1v1 to 6v6.
A skill which can only be bought with an 'Elite Skill Opening Card'. Applies to all Gears.
Allows the Elite Skill of the Gear to be purchased at the Skill Shop. Card is consumed on purchase.
Allows the next level of the Elite Skill to be purchased at the Skill Shop. Card is consumed on purchase.
Enchanting is the term where an item is upgraded at the Laboratory with cards, which some can be bought at the Card Shop. Unlike the Factory, enchanting increases a certain attribute of the item being enchanted (e.g. Pierce, Probability and Re-attack Time for weapons while Evasion and Defence for Armours). Enchanting is only safe for the first five enchants, and the success rate for higher enchant levels decreases by a steady rate.
See: GM Events
Experience Points or EXP are the points you get for killing mobs (and enemies by double clicking on the killmark), finishing missions and helping other players with certain missions through mission master.
Gaining experience through killing NPC monsters, or gaining War Points by killing human players (often this refers to targeting lower level players to gain easy War Points).
- Verb: To use the engine thruster intermittently, to achieve a higher flight speed without overheating the thruster.
Special card required to purchase the last version of a given skill.
Full Recovery (M-Gear Elite Skill)
Initial starting city for undecided pilots at the beginning of the game. Removed from normal gameplay. Beginner pilots now select Arlington or Bygeniou city as the starting city upon first login.
Refers to a Prefix or Suffix upgrade for an armor or weapon. Can also refer to Weapon or Armor Gamble Cards, which are used at the Gamble Machine to apply the 'Fix Upgrades. See Weapon Fixes and Armor Fixes for more information.
The 'admins' of AEC Online. Their job is to watch players, help players, and create events.
referring to the warp gates used to get from map-to-map.
Ground Bombing Mode (B-Gear skill)
The machines ACE Online is based around
See Game Master
See also: Gold Monsters
Gaining experience through killing NPC monsters.
The ANI Mother ship
The elite skill of the A Gear, increasing firepower by atleast 2000% for one shot.
A 'mini-game' that has three stages that you use to get unique weapons and armours.
See Infinity Field
The first stage of IF. It is based off you and your team versus the Kreias, sort of dragon-like creatures. You can get IF Advance weapons and the Asteroid Cluster from this.
The second stage of IF. You and your team are protecting the Hydro Driver from the Shrine. You can get IF Standard weapons and the Red Mist from this stage.
The third stage of IF. You and your team are caught in a fight between the Shrine mothership, SHADE, and the Phillion mothership. You can get IF armotrs from this stage.
Items are stored here. Has a default capacity of 60 items but can be increased to 150 items through use of cash shop.
Referring to the B Gear skill Invisable or the M Gear skill Invincible.
Various "stuff" you can obtain ingame, like: weapons, armors, kits, radars, minerals, ...
Item obtained through landing the killing hit on a Gear from the opposing nation.
- Noun:item that can be used to heal the player does not including heal target and healing field as well as energising target and energising field those are mg skills
The developer of ACE Online.
- Check here for missions.
A system that allows high level players to be rewarded with Medals of Merit through helping lower level players complete certain missions
A monster (short for "mobile" - an RPG term which originated from the 1978 text-based game MUD1)
Refers to any hostile NPC target
The game consists mainly about two "Nations" or factions which are in a never-ending war. Players have to choose a nation when they progress in the game.
Nation Contribution Points
Or NCP, is the describe the total amount of kills that nation has.
A non-player character (ex. a monster controlled by the game AI versus a player's character)
Abbreviation for One Hit Knock Out. Mostly used to describe B-Gear's bombing modes (AMB and GBM) and Big Boom.
- See Outpost War
Modifiers in front of a weapon or armor.
An illegally made and used version or copy of ACE Online.
QQ is the in game representation of tears
- Verb: To amass a group and, at the same time, charge into the next map in order to break a defense.
Someone who tricks another person via trade for items or selling credits in order to get money or stuff.
Space Cowboy Online Veteran
You can virtually divide a map's minimap in 3 horizontal and 3 vertical parts, creating 9 parts or sectors. These are numbered starting from 1 in the bottom left corner towards 9 in the upper right corner, numbering in a horizontal fashion. Sectors are used to communicate about locations on a map in game. EASY way to picture this is: just image a computer's NUM PAD on the map.
Its your shield
Refers to a player with "no skill"
Rate that a NPC monster is generated.
SP may refer to:
- Skill Points - required for using Gear skills
- A Strategic Point, or a Strategic Point War
- Suba Points (also known as credits) - credits purchased with real-world currency used at the Cash Shop
A skill that requires a Special Skill Opening Card
Special Skill Opening Card
Allows Special Skills of the Gear to be purchased at the Skill Shop. Card is consumed on purchase.
- See: Weapon
- See: List of standard weapons
Combines with an Elite Skill Opening Card to form an Elite Skill Strengthening Card.
Is a current host of ACE Online
Modifiers at the back of a weapon or armor.
Turn Around (B-Gear and I-Gear Skill)
To turn a skill on/off.
Refers to either of the game's cities (Bygeniou City or Arlington City). To "town" (verb) also refers to a player warping back to their home city (either upon death or with a City Return Portal item). See also Outpost.
Refers to Advanced Weapon Effects
An NPC nation of the game
A large skirmish involving huge numbers of player from each nation battling for control over a map. May also refer to: Strategic Point War, Outpost War, Mothership War
Additional item storage location located in each nation's city. Has an initial capacity of 100 items but can be increased to 200 items through use of cash shop items.
- Standard weapons:
- Advance weapons:
Wing Commander or War Chat
Xtal= x time for ash lane
See GM Events