Throne and Liberty is an MMORPG first and foremost. As a result, your character progresses based on several factors. One way to increase in power, is the allocation of stats. Learn everything you need to know and more in our Throne and Liberty Stats Guide!

What Stats are in Throne and Liberty?

In Throne and Liberty, there are four major stats that you can commit to. Each stat will provide a primary benefit, however, they also provide specific miscellaneous boosts. These stats are: Strength, Dexterity, Intelligence and Perception.

Stat Information

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Each Stat has a primary focus, for example, Strength primarily scales both the Greatsword and Sword & Shield weapons. The Longbow is the only weapon that primarily scales from Perception, while the Staff and Wand scale from Intelligence. Finally, the Crossbow and Daggers scale from Dexterity primarily. However, it is important to note that no matter what stat you commit to – your weapon damage will increase no matter which school the weapon belongs to! As a result, this allows for incredible build flexibility.

Sub-Stat Information

Stats do not only serve to increase weapon damage. Stats actually have a much more important factor to not overlook – the sub-stats! Sub-stats are gained from committing points into a particular Stat and provide various benefits. For example:


  • HP Regeneration
  • Maximum Health
  • Resistances


  • Critical Hit Chance
  • Evasion Rate
  • Movement Speed


  • Cooldown Reduction
  • Maximum Mana
  • Mana Regeneration


  • Increased chance of landing hits (Hit Rate)
  • Increased chance to land Crowd Control Effects

As can be seen above, there is a clear importance surrounding which Sub-stat you want, as opposed to the main weapon stat itself. As a result of having weapon damage scale no matter what, finding the right sub-stat for you can be make or break for your build!

Miscellaneous Stats

There is many different stats available on Gear and gained through Skill buffs, below is a list of some examples:

  • Critical Hit Damage
  • Damage Reduction
  • Evasion
  • Various Resists
  • Hit Rate
  • Stun Chance
  • Collision Chance
  • Melee Critical Hit
  • More!

Throne and Liberty Stats Guide Conclusion

That concludes our Throne and Liberty Stats Guide! For more information, be sure to check out our Throne and Liberty Home Page!