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The User Interface (UI) is what the player uses to interact with the game. This generally refers specifically to menus, buttons, windows and similar elements that contain the information and tools the player needs to control their character and play the game. Many UI windows can have their scale and opacity adjusted, allowing you to customize your UI to your specific needs.


This page will help explain the various UI elements found within Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen.


General UI[]

Log In Screen

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The Log In screen [Pre-Alpha 2020].

At this screen you enter your account information so you can log into the game.


Server Select Screen

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The Server Select screen [Pre-Alpha 2020].

At this screen, you choose which server you want to play on.


Loading Screen

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One of the loading screens [Pre-Alpha 2020].

Whenever you enter a new Zone, your game will have to load in the assets for the new area. You'll be presented with one of the various loading screens.

  1. Bottom, Left. This area contains messages that change each time you enter the loading screen. These are typically jokes or generic statements (such as "Sharpening Swords" as seen in the example image.)
  2. Bottom, Center. This bar fills as your loading time progresses.

Character Creation Screen

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The Character Creation Screen.


  1. Top Left, Top. This window allows you to enter your character name. The small button along the top right of this field allows you to generate a random name to use. Note: The names generated are based on your current race selection.
  2. Top Left, Middle. This drop-down menu allows you to select what Race you'd like your character to be.
  3. Top Left, Middle 2. This drop-down menu allows you to select what Class you'd like your character to be, from those that are available to the Race you chose.
  4. Top Left, Bottom. These buttons allow you to select what Gender you want your character to be. Note: Your character's gender does not influence gameplay in anyway.
  5. Top Right, Top. This window displays your Race's starting attributes, and allows you to add or subtract attribute points. Note: You can only subtract attribute points that YOU allotted and you may not lower them below the starting value.
  6. Top Right, Bottom. This area shows you the amount of points you have left to allot, and also has a button to automatically allot your points for you based on class choice (left) or automatically reset your allotment to the default.
  7. Bottom, Left. This window displays a snippet of lore regarding your Race choice.
  8. Bottom, Center. These buttons confirm your character creation, or cancels the creation and returns you to the character select screen, respectively.
  9. Bottom, Right. This window displays a snippet of lore regarding your Class choice.


Settings Screen

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The Settings window, showing the General settings tab.


  1. LOD Distance (Level of Detail). This slider controls how far away a model must be before the level of detail on the model begins to decrease. The higher LoD, the farther away a model must be before its details begin to degrade.
  2. Clip Distance. This slider controls how far away a model must be before it is no longer rendered on your screen. The higher the clip distance, the further away a model must be before it disappears off screen.
  3. Shadow Distance. This slider controls how far away the shadows cast by a model must be before it is no longer rendered on your screen. The higher the shadow distance, the further away the shadows cast by a model must be before it disappears off screen.
  4. Detail Distance.
  5. Detail Density.
  6. Combat Music Volume. This slider controls how loud the music that plays during combat will be.
  7. Nameplate Distance. This slider controls how far away a model's nameplate must be before it is no longer visible. The higher the distance, the farther away a model must be before its nameplate is no longer visible.
  8. Show My Nameplate. Determines if your nameplate should be visible above your character's head or not.
  9. Grass Enabled. Determines whether or not grass models should be visible.
  10. Force Anisotropic Filtering. If toggled on, textures in game that are viewed at oblique angles will be forced to display at full detail, rather than blurred or reduced.
  11. VSync Count.
  12. Resolution. This drop down menu contains available resolution and refresh rates.
  13. Full Screen. Determines whether or not the game is Full Screen or Windowed.
  14. Hardware Cursor.
  15. Mute Audio.
  16. Performance. This drop down menu contains quality presets, which you can use to quickly toggle multiple settings at once.

Player Character UI[]

Many elements of the player's personal UI can be moved and have their height and width adjusted, allowing players to manipulate their UI for their personal play style.

The compass[]

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The Compass. [Pre-alpha 2019]

The Compass helps you orient yourself and navigate the world of Terminus


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The Group Window [Pre-alpha 2019]

The group window is the player's primary means of determining their groupmate's status and resources.

1. The icon represents that player's class.
1a. The ring around the icon occasionally shows an arrow, which points toward that group mate's current location. It only displays if that groupmate shares the same zone as you, and is not within a certain distance of you.
2. The Green Bar measures that player's health points.
3. The Yellow Bar measures that player's endurance.
4. The Blue Bar measures that player's mana.

Trade Window[]

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The Trade Window. [Pre-alpha 2019]

The trade window is how players trade coins and tradeable items between each other.

1. The left section shows what you are offering to the other PC, while the right side shows what the other player is offering you.
2. Each player can trade up to 10 individual items. If an item can stack, players can trade any amount of that item and it will only count as one item for purposes of the trade limit.
3. Along the bottom, you can see how much coin you are offering, or being offered.



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The Spell Effect Window (image greatly truncated). [Pre-alpha 2019]

The spell effect window is how players determine which buffs and debuffs they are currently under the effects of. The colored border is multi-fucntional:

1. The color determines if the effect is positive or negative: yellow indicates it is a buff, while red indicates it is a debuff.
2. The border will gradually empty, going clockwise. This represents how long the effect has left.


Tool Bar

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The Tool Bar, closed. [Pre-alpha 2021]


This button, always visible in the top left corner of the UI, will twirl open the Tool Bar, which provides quick access to a handful of the other menus.


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The Tool Bar, twirled open. [Pre-alpha 2021]


Twirled open, the available options, from left to right: Settings, Bug Report & Feedback, Inventory, Codex, Journal, Macros

Bug & Feedback Window[]

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The Bug & Feedback window, showing the Report a Bug tab. [Pre-alpha 2021]

This window allows you to submit a bug report. The tab along the top switches to the Feedback tab.

  • Summary. Here, you summarize the bug you're reporting
  • Type. From the drop-down menu, select the type of bug from those listed.
  • Category. From the drop-down menu, select the category of bug from those listed.
  • Reproducible. From the drop-down menu, input whether you are able to replicate this bug.
  • Sub Category. From the drop-down menu, select the sub-category of bug, if applicable, from those listed.
  • Details. In this section, describe in detail the bug, how it occurred, and if possible the steps to reproduce it.
  • Screenshot. You can load a screenshot here to sent with the bug report.

Macros[]

The Macro hotbar, loaded with a few macros and showing the + button, which opens the Macro Settings window. [Pre-Alpha 2020]

This window is a hotbar that contains all of your created Macros. The + button opens the Macro Settings window (see below) and allows for the creation of new Macros.

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The Macro Settings window.


This window lets you create a new Macro, allowing you to string together keystrokes, commands and messages.

  1. Top. This is where you enter the desired name for your macro.
  2. Middle. This is where you input the commands you want the macro to perform. Input the commands the way you'd otherwise normally utilize them and separate them with line breaks.
  3. Bottom Left. The arrow buttons allow you to move a command up or down in position, changing its priority in the Macro. The Remove button deletes a line/command.


Chat Windows

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The main chat window. [Pre-alpha 2020]

Chat Windows are where all the important, non-audio and non-visual information is delivered to the player. By default, you have one Chat Window known as Main Chat and all channels of information will go to it. You can choose to make additional Chat Windows, name them and filter whatever information you want to them.

Hot Bar

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The Hot Bar, aka Action Bar & Utility Bar, in this case loaded with Rogue abilities. [Pre-alpha 2021]


The Hot Bar (also know as the Action Bar) is the window that you add your abilities and spells to, so that you may use them during combat.

1. There are 8 primary slots that you can add spells/abilities labeled "Action" to.
2. Above the primary slots, there are 6 additional slots that you can add spells/abilities labeled as "Utility" to.
3. The numbers and symbols below the icons are showing what button is hotkeyed to activate that skill. By default, the primary 8 are keyed to 1-8, and the additional 6 are keyed to shift+1-6


The action bar cannot be adjusted while you are in combat.

Codex[]

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The Living Codex, in this case displaying a Shaman spell. [Pre-alpha 2020]


The Living Codex has many functions. First of all, it is a collection of all the abilities and spells your character has learned. From this window, you can assign abilities/spells to your Hot Bar so that you can use them.

  • List [Left Side]. A scrollable list of all the abilities/spells your Character has learned.
  • Info [Upper Right]. The ability/spell's details appear here once you've selected one.
  • Tabs [Lower Right]. 3 tabs are available to control the information displayed.
  • Details. The finer details of whatever ability you've selected appear here, including resource Cost and type, max cast Range, it's Cast Time, how long it's Cooldown is, it's Global Cooldown (how long it locks all other abilities out), it's resistance or Magic Type, and it's Target Type (Offensive/Defensive target, or Self)
  • Mastery. This tab displays the Mastery upgrades for your ability/spell, as well as the cost and, if applicable, what current level you have unlocked. For more detailed information regarding Mastery, please see this page.
  • Macros. From this tab you can assign this ability/spell to a created Macro, enabling it to be cast via use of that Macro if it's on your hotbar


For more detailed information regarding The Living Codex, please see this page.

You can see the FAQ regarding The Living Codex Here

Character Sheet & Inventory

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The Character Sheet & Inventory [Pre-alpha 2021]

The Inventory is a multi-functional window.

  • Name, Level & Class [Top] - This quick reference section shows your character name, current level and your Class.
  • Equipment Slots [Mid Left] - All of your character's available equipment slots. Putting an item into these slots equips your character with that item, altering your statistics and--in some cases--your appearance. For a more detailed look at each slot, please see this page.
    • Weapon Slots [Below Equipment Slots] - These slots are where your primary weapon, secondary weapon/shield, ranged weapon and ammo are equipped.
  • Overview [Top Right] - This button toggles the Overview tab. Information in this section:
    • Current/Total Values. From left to right: Health Points, Mana Points (If available to your class) and Endurance Points.
    • Experience Bars. Two bars are displayed and represent your current character experience bar (yellow) and mastery experience (blue). The icon beside the Mastery Experience bar indicates how much Mastery Points you currently have available to use.
  • Attributes. This section shows your current total in each of the Attributes.
  • Additional Attribute Tabs [Right of Attributes]. This section, set to Melee by default, displays additional attribute information. These are sorted into 4 categories: Melee, Defense, Ranged and Spell. For more detailed information regarding your character's Stats, please see this page
  • Resistances. [Below Attributes]. This section displays the sum of your character's Resistances. For more detailed information regarding Resistances, please see this page
  • Storage [Below Resistances] - This is where items you are carrying go. By default, your character only has 10 slots which they can carry items in (stacked items count as only 1 item for this purpose). To get more slots, you can acquire bags. For more detailed information on Bags, please see this page
  • Coins [Bottom Right] - This shows you which types of coins you are currently carrying, and how many. For more detailed information on Coins, please see this page
  • Weight Indicator [Below the Equipment Slots section] - Your character's current weight is listed on the left, and the maximum they are allowed to carry is on the right. Carrying above your weight limit will cause you to be encumbered.


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The Character Sheet & Inventory, showing the melee tab. Stats shown are for example purposes ONLY. [Pre-alpha 2020]


The melee tab, to the right of your Attributes section, shows the finer details relating to your melee combat statistics.

  • Weapon Damage - Shows the minimum and maximum value of how much damage your currently equipped Melee weapons deal.
  • Attack Power - How much current attack power you have. (Unknown effect)
  • Accuracy - How much Accuracy you currently have. The more Accuracy you have, the more likely you are to hit your offensive target.
  • Haste - Your current total percentage of Melee haste. The more melee Haste you have, the lower your weapon delay is and the faster you attack.
  • Critical Chance - Your current critical chance modifier. All attacks have a small chance to crit and increasing this value increases that likelihood.


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The Character Sheet & Inventory, showing the defense tab. Stats shown are for example purposes ONLY. [Pre-alpha 2020]


The defense tab, to the right of your Attributes section, shows the finer details relating to your physical defense statistics.

  • Armor Class - Your total Armor Class, in points. The higher your Armor Class, the less physical damage you take when hit.
  • Dodge - How likely you are to dodge a Physical attack, in percentages. The higher the value, the more likely your character will completely avoid taking a physical attack. This has a chance to occur on every attack made against your character, so long as it was a physical attack. Stacks with other defenses (Block, Parry)
  • Block - How likely you are to block a Physical attack, in percentages. The higher the value, the more likely your character will completely block a physical attack. This requires a Shield to be equipped to function, and has a chance to occur on every attack made against your character, so long as it was a physical attack. Stacks with other defenses (Dodge, Parry)
  • Parry - How likely you are to parry a Physical attack, in percentages. The higher the value, the more likely your character will completely block a physical attack, and return with a physical attack of their own. This has a chance to occur on every attack made against your character, so long as it was a physical attack. Stacks with other defenses (Dodge, Block)
  • Health Regen - Your Health regeneration in total points (e.g: if you have 12 Health Regen, you regenerate 12 health points per tick of regeneration.)


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The Character Sheet & Inventory, showing the ranged tab. Stats shown are for example purposes ONLY. [Pre-alpha 2020]


The ranged tab, to the right of your Attributes section, shows the finer details relating to your ranged combat statistics.

  • Weapon Damage - Shows the minimum and maximum value of how much damage your currently equipped Ranged weapon deals.
  • Attack Power - How much current attack power you have. (Unknown effect)
  • Accuracy - How much Accuracy you currently have. The more Accuracy you have, the more likely you are to hit your offensive target.
  • Haste - Your current total percentage of Ranged haste. The more Ranged Haste you have, the lower your weapon delay is and the faster you attack.
  • Critical Chance - Your current critical chance modifier. All attacks have a small chance to crit and increasing this value increases that likelihood.



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The Character Sheet & Inventory, showing the spell tab. Stats shown are for example purposes ONLY. [Pre-alpha 2020]


The spell tab, to the right of your Attributes section, shows the finer details relating to your spell/ability combat statistics.

  • Spell Power - (Unknown effect)
  • Potency - (Unknown effect)
  • Haste - Your current total percentage of Spell haste. The more Spell Haste you have, the lower the cast time of your spells.
  • Mana Regen - Your Mana regeneration in total points (e.g: if you have 9 Mana Regen, you regenerate 9 Mana points per tick of regeneration.)



Journal

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The Journal [Pre-alpha 2021]

The Journal tracks your active quests, recounts the dialogue associated with receiving the quest, and shows the required steps for completing a quest.

  • Quest Regions [Top, Left] - Quests are sorted by the continent/region they are acquired in. This collection of tabs lets you switch between those regions.
  • Quest List [Mid Left] - This section lists all of your active quests for the selected region/continent (see above)
  • Quest Overview [Top, Right] - This section displays information for the currently selected quest in the Quest List, including Name, Summary, Objective, Amount To Complete Objective and the Dialogue associated with receiving the quest.
  • Abandon Task [Bottom, Right] - This button removes the quest from your Quest List. Note:
1. Quests that are abandoned can typically be acquired again.
2. Removing a quest erases your current progress.



The Stats and Skills section of your inventory.


The Faction section of your inventory.

For more detailed information regarding Factions, please see this page


The Acclimation section of your inventory. [Pre-Alpha 2021]

The Acclimation section of your inventory handles all the information regarding Acclimation.

  • Glyph Slots [Mid Right]. In this section, you can toggle between which slot you're viewing, as well as what Glyph you have currently equipped and how much Acclimation it provides. The tabs, along the top, from left to right: Head, Torso, Arms, Hands, Legs and Feet.
  • Acclimation Info [Below Glyph Slots]. The top of this section is a quick overview of the Climate types and your current Acclimation Points for those environments. Below that, further details for the Climate are displayed. The left section will display the intensity of the Climate, if you're in one while viewing it. The heart on the right shows how much "Natural Acclimation" you have to that Climate.


For more detailed information regarding Acclimation, please see this page

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The Acclimation section of your inventory, displaying the Glyph Pouch tab. [Pre-Alpha, 2021]

When you acquire Glyphs, they will automatically appear in the Glyph Pouch tab of the Acclimation section of your Inventory. To equip them, you can right-click or drag them to their appropriate slot. For more detailed information regarding Acclimation, please see this page.


Mastery XP Bar

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The arrow is pointing at the Mastery Experience Bar.


This bar, typically seen along the very bottom of your screen, indicates how much experience you've earned toward gaining a Mastery Point. Much like your standard experience bar (see above), it gradually fills in with blue as you gain more experience.


For more detailed information regarding Mastery Points, please see this page



Crafting Window

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The Crafting Window, with a few Chunks of Tascium Ore in it. [Pre-alpha 2021]

The Crafting Window enables you to combine materials and craft new items.

  • Crafting Station [Top, Left] - The name of the crafting station you're using
  • Material List [Middle] - This area is where materials are placed to be combined together
  • Count [Bottom, Left] - These buttons let you increase or decrease the amount of combines you want to make.
  • Combine [Bottom, Right] - This button starts the combine (shown as Smelt in the example image)



Trade Window[]

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The Trade Window. [Pre-alpha 2019]

The trade window is how players trade coins and tradeable items between each other.

1. The left section shows what you are offering to the other PC, while the right side shows what the other player is offering you.
2. Each player can trade up to 10 individual items. If an item can stack, players can trade any amount of that item and it will only count as one item for purposes of the trade limit.
3. Along the bottom, you can see how much coin you are offering, or being offered.

Action Timer Bar

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This bar displays how long the current action/ability/spell is going to take. The numbers on the right indicate current progress and required time, respectively. The bar itself will also fill as the action completes.


Loot Window(s)[]

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The Container loot window. [Pre-alpha 2021]

The Container Loot Window is displayed whenever players loot a non-NPC source (chests, barrels, etc). It is displayed in list format, with an icon preview and the item name displayed.


NPC UI[]

These UI elements provide information about Non Player Characters (NPCs) in the world, regardless of whether they are hostile or friendly.


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The health bar of an NPC (hostile, in this case) [Pre-alpha 2019].



The NPC health bar contains a lot of useful information regarding the current status of an NPC.

1. It tells you the NPC's name.
2. It shows you how much health points (HP) the NPC currently has. This is tracked by a green bar that empties as the NPC loses HP.
3. It shows you what status effects it is currently under, represented by the ability's icon shown beneath the health bar. Status effects can be either Beneficial (buffs) or Detrimental (debuffs). You can determine which type of status effect it is by the color surrounding the icon: green indicates its a buff, while red indicates its a debuff. The color also makes up the duration timer, which depletes as the status effect nears it's end. The icon will begin to flash when spells are within seconds of ending. Note the number within the first icon: this indicates that an effect has a stacking property, and tells you how much of this stacking effect the NPC is currently under.
4. If there is a cluster of targets, the NPC you are currently targeting will have an arrow pointing at the name. Additionally, the other NPC's names will be somewhat faded.



The Current Target health bar of an NPC (hostile, in this case) [Pre-alpha 2019].



The current target health bar is largely the same as the standard health bar, but with some quality of life added:

1. This window can be moved.
2. It allows quick reference of what target you are currently attacking, useful when there is a group of NPCs and pivotal to your group's crowd controller.
3. It will display even when the NPC is no longer visible on screen (e.g: the NPC moved behind a wall.)


Dialogue Window(s)

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The Dialogue Window [Pre-alpha 2019]



This window is displayed when you interact with a non-hostile NPC. It contains whatever the NPC has to say, whether that is lore or the beginnings of a Quest. From this window you can choose what to say to the NPC.


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A variant Dialogue Window [Pre-alpha 2020]


This window is a special variant of the Dialogue Window. The conditions for it to appear are currently unknown.

Notes[]

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Entries with this icon contain theoretical, NOT CONFIRMED information.

  • 1/2021 - Iterations of the inventory seen after the gray-box rework no longer seem to have a button to toggle character view. It is unknown if this functionality will be introduced, or if it was scrapped during the redesign process.
  • January, 2021 - Joppa responded to a question in the unofficial discord, stating their plans for level visibility in the nameplate:
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Pictured: We still plan to show levels in the nameplates, but a change we'll be making soon is to only show the level for NPCs up to 5 levels above you. Beyond that, it will read as "??"

Old & Removed UI Elements Gallery[]