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Starting at level 19, players start to receive Call to Duty quests. These quests are commonly referred to as "FB"s, or "tabbed runs". Throughout the dungeons, there are Pillars associated with the bosses. If a player has a tablet for that dungeon, they can talk to the pillar to activate the kill quest for that particular boss. This quest will grant the squad with additional experience, spirit, and reputation for killing the boss.

Generally, a Call to Duty quest can not be soloed at the level you pick up the quest. You need to be in a squad to activate the Call to Duty tablets anyways. Players below the level of the dungeon will not receive the extra rewards for helping to kill the boss. With the exception of "tabber", the one who used a tab to activate the quest, each player will receive a Blood item in their inventory as a quest reward. These Bloods can be used at the forges in South Archosaur to make rare gear.

It is considered common courtesy to give all books, molds, and 3* drops to the tabber, as well as the Blood if they want it. Regardless, this should be specified at the beginning of the run. If a dungeon is run without a tabber and wine is used, it is common to give these drops to the one who paid for the wine, or to impose a wine fee.

All mobs inside these dungeons are Elites, meaning that they are much stronger than other mobs their level.

Sometimes, it may be worth your time to let an NPC clear out the majority of an instance for you. You can grab wines for you particular dungeon to clear the path. Just be careful about what you need and when you wine. Sometimes wines remove mobs you'll need to kill for a quest!

List of Call to Duty Dungeons[edit | edit source]

Click on a map for information related to that dungeon.

FB 19s by Race[edit | edit source]

Untamed Winged Elf Human
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Note: There is no FB19 dungeon for either the Tideborn nor the Earthguard races. The Tideborns get a quest to kill the Ocean Tusker, but it is not a true FB as it is part of the world map. The Earthguard get a quest to kill the Corrupted Brute which is also on the world map.

FBs for all characters[edit | edit source]

FB29: Hall of Deception FB39: Gate of Delirium FB51: Secret Frostcover Grounds
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FB59: Valley of Disaster FB69: Wraithgate FB79: Hallucinatory Trench
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Demon FBs[edit | edit source]

FB89: Eden FB99: Abaddon
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Sage FBs[edit | edit source]

FB89: Brimstone Pit FB99: Seat of Torment
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Meaning of the term "FB"[edit | edit source]

The abbreviation "FB" stands for "FuBen" (副本), which is the Chinese word for "duplicate object", "copy of", or "instance". The dungeons you enter for your Call to Duty quests are instanced, meaning a copy of the dungeon has been made for you and your party that no one else can enter without being invited. These follow the same mechanics as the other Dungeons in the game.

There have been some rumors and myths circulating concerning the origin and meaning of the term "FuBen". However, by looking at the literal translation of the word, it can be seen that this term clearly means "instance".