Another option that opens up for you after reaching level 35 is that you are given the chance to create your own House, or the Scions of Fate version of a guild.
Of course when you do create a house only members of the same faction may join in it. Houses also have their own leveling system and as you continue on leveling, your house will be given the opportunity to include more members, have its set of officers, take part in castle sieges, have house quests and get its own house uniform. To level the houses, members need to contribute gold and ki to the house before you can unlock the House privileges which is an interesting concept of enforcing elements of community, loyalty and belonging.
Scions of Fate also has its own pet system. The pet system acts as your character's partner and could, if raised properly, be an important facet in your future in the game. You have four basic pet types in Scions of Fate, they are namely, The Mouse, Hawk, Leopard and Tiger. However, your pets can evolve to other kinds with the help of a premium shop item.
Your pets can attack defend and even provide support buffs for your character. Also, some are mountable like the Leopard and the Tiger which helps out on your travels in-game. Your pets can also wear clothes and armor like your character and can learn skills as well.
It has been a while since I logged into Scions of Fate Gold and I must say that things looked almost the same since I last logged in two years ago.
The Scions of Fate then only had five job classes before and the inclusion of the Ninja job class is a refreshing addition to the game. The ninja class added something that the game really lacked which is a job class that really attacks fast and hits hard.
However, the character customization of the game has not changed since then and this is one of the things that I think that it should have had in spades because it would definitely clinch anyone who would like to say longer into the game.
Though it might be true that the premium shop of Scions of Fate Gold does provide some sense of customization I would say that it’s not enough especially for those that seek a more in-depth character customization for a game that is as cute as this one.
Setting aside the lack of customization capabilities the game does in fact provide some glamour especially as you level up and stay longer. The higher your character level the more eye-catching your character will become.
The other thing that hasn’t changed in Scions of Fate is that the game is still a grind fest. This is one of the things that really turned me off the game. However, the game does provide help with the +25% +50% exp and ki boost events on certain times of the day.