Delta of the Hai Yan

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  1. Seren

    Seren Team Leader Team Seafight

    Delta of the Hai Yan

    A storm is brewing on the Hai Yan river, the heart of the Fenghuang territory, and their greatest treasure is under attack by the Gudai. This battle between the Gudai forces and the Fenghuang Emperator’s raiders could forever upset the balance of power within the empire’s walls. Whatever you decide, captain, riches and glory await!


    Delta of the Hai Yan Information

    How to access the Delta of the Hai Yan

    To access the Delta of the Hai Yan you require Chi-Chi Sticks, these can be gained by completing certain quests. An overview of these can be found in the Daily Quests: Raid Quests Seafight Bible post.

    While on the Sea Chart, click on the Star icon in the shortcut bar. Then use the action item Chi-Chi Sticks.

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    A 15 second countdown will begin. You will then be automatically teleported to the
    Storm on the Hai Yan raid map.


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    Note: You cannot access the Map from a Bonus Map or from a Safe Haven


    Detla of the Hai Yan Information

    You and the other players must fight against the Fenghuang Raiders. 50 Fenghuang Raiders must be sunk to spawn the Emperor's Raider.

    A counter will show you how many you need to kill in order for the Emperor's Raider to appear.

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    When the Emperor's Raider has spawned, this icon will change to a different icon to indicate the Emperor's Raider has spawned.

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    Once the Emperor's Raider has been sunk, the icon shall switch back to the initial counter.

    If the player is sunk, they will then return to the Sea Chart Map from which they originally left from. A new Chi-Chi Stick must then be used in order to return to the Storm on the Hai Yan map.

    There is no limit to the number of players who can fight the NPC forces on the map.

    While the Emperor's Raider is within the map, the Fenghuang Raiders will not continue to spawn. You must sink the Emperor's Raider for the Fenghuang Raiders to begin spawning again.

    The Gudai Battleship will spawn in the map every 6 hours.


    Note: Fenghuang Raider can be shot with all types of ammunition, however, Emperor's Raider and Gudai Battleship must be shot with elite ammunition.

    In order to leave the map, simply click on the "Leave map" tab at the top of your screen. A 15 second countdown will begin, after which, you will automatically be teleported from the map. You will then return to the Sea Chart Map you were originally on. If you are attacked by anything, shoot anything or move during this countdown, your transfer will be cancelled.

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    You can also use the regular log-out function to leave the Map. But again, you must not be attacked by anything, shoot anything or move during the countdown.


    Delta of the Hai Yan NPCs

    Note: The reward values below are on average, each NPC has a slight variance in reward amounts.


    Fenghuang Raider

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    Hitpoints

    5,000,000

    Reward for Destroying (Damage Share)

    15,000 Experience Points
    12,500 Pearls

    If you have over 10,000 Reputation in either of the following factions; Inferno Overseers, Monsoon Lords, Tempest Masters or Quake Conquerors, you will be rewarded with additional Yulong Coins or Crowns


    Emperor's Raider

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    Hitpoints

    350,000,000
    Reward for Destroying (Damage Share)

    750,000 Experience Points
    100,000 Crowns


    If you have over 10,000 Reputation in all of the following factions; Inferno Overseers, Monsoon Lords, Tempest Masters or Quake Conquerors, you will be rewarded with additional Yulong Coins and Pearls.
    Bonus Most Damage Reward

    3 Hour Glass
    10 Teleports
    15,000 Elite Points
    7,500 Crowns
    Dragon Wind Design (chance)
    Spawns

    Spawns after 50 Fenghuang Raiders have been sunk


    Gudai Battleship

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    Hitpoints

    1,500,000,000
    Boarding Value

    50,000
    Reward for Boarding

    50,000 Elite Points
    50,000 Pearls
    5,000 Pearls OR Level 5 Commonwealth Raid Design (fallback: 60 Crystals)
    5,000 Pearls OR Level 5 Behemoth Design (fallback: 60 Crystals)
    1 Lionheart OR 1 Chi-Chi Stick
    Reward for Destroying (Damage Share)

    1,500,000 Experience Points
    50,000 Elite Points
    6,500,000 Pearls

    If you have over 10,000 Reputation in all of the following factions; Inferno Overseers, Monsoon Lords, Tempest Masters or Quake Conquerors, you will be rewarded with additional Yulong Coins
    Bonus Most Damage Reward

    5,000 Elite Points
    3 Lionheart OR Chi-Chi Stick
    Dragon Wind Design (chance)


    If you have over 10,000 Reputation in all of the following factions; Inferno Overseers, Monsoon Lords, Tempest Masters or Quake Conquerors, you will be rewarded with additional Yulong Coins
    Spawns

    Spawns every 6 hours


    Dragon Wind Design

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    Only the most decorated officers in the Gudai army pilot the Dragon Wind! A spoil of war or a gift from the Emperor? No matter how you came into its possession, this ship will command the respect of your enemies.

    Special Gem:

    Offensive Gem 1: 25% Cannon Damage
    Offensive Gem 2: 13% Hit Probability
    Defensive Gem 1: 25% Damage Prevention
    Defensive Gem 2: 52% Repair Value, -13% Repair Speed
     

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