The Destiny Board is divided into three major areas:
1. At the top you’ll find a number of missions and quests which will reward you with various vanity items as well as some small bonus stats. These missions are divided into 3 branches: PvP, PvE and Casual.
2. In the middle part of the Destiny Board you will find all Items in the game. Here you can unlock either the skills to „equip and wear“ these items as well as the skills to craft these items.
3. In the lower part you will find everything around the buildings in Albion Online. Here you can unlock new and more powerful buildings to craft The Destiny Board will be a key means of making your character more powerful in Albion Online. You’ll essentially be given a list of missions or tasks to complete based on the general direction you’re heading in in your playthrough.
When you complete these objectives, you’ll be given a reward in the form of an item or building recipe, or a permanent bonus to your hit points, carry weight, armor rating, or damage when using a certain weapon. Once the objective have been completed, you may have to spend Learning Points in order to master that particular level.
Missions on the Destiny Board will range from gathering a certain number of materials, taking or dealing damage, getting a certain number of kills, a certain level of fame, etc. You’ll be updated on the progress of your current objective via a prompt at the bottom of the screen. This will ensure that you rise swiftly up the ranks in a way which complements your individual play style – if you’re a mage who also likes to use ranged attacks, you can choose to complete missions which give you more buffs to your magic and archery skills. If you want to be a tank/healer hybrid you can work towards your plate armor and healing spells. The Destiny Board is a way of providing direction to players while avoiding classification and restriction. The Destiny Board gives you a clear overview of where you’re going and what you need to do next. Another feature of the Destiny Board is the method by which players unlock items. Just as in real life, in AO you’ll have to learn how to handle a weapon or tool before you pick it up for the first time. For this reason, we’ve made it so that a player will have to have unlocked a recipe before they can craft a particular item. For instance, if you’re looking to craft a T4 sword, you’ll first have to work hard to learn the recipe. Thus we’ve decided to reward the patience and tenacity of players who constantly work to improve and develop their character. In addition to the full Destiny Board, which you can reach straight from the HUD, you’ll also be given a prompt for three or more of your current objectives at the bottom edge of your screen, so you’ll always know what to do next as soon as you jump into the game. With these reminders, you’ll be able to pick up from where you left off last time!