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Valaris is a monster that is found in Vanadis Lab [Lv:2]. He is a customized medium-sized Demi-Human MvP.

There are two versions of Valaris in Vanadis Lab. One is time-spawned and leaves a tomb. The other is a Chapter MvP that must be summoned and leaves a server-wide message after being killed. Valaris also has a Cursed version, although most people hunt for Cursed King instead.

There will be no announcement nor a sure-fire way to know when he is summoned.

The Chapter MvP is usually summoned after collecting around 1500 Mithril Coins in Vanadis Lab [Lv:1] by killing the Infected monsters. This isn't to be taken as any kind of fee and players do not actually need any item(s) in order to summon Valaris besides the Laboratory Keycard that will allow access to Vanadis Lab 02. The coin count is merely used as an indicator that implies that by the time that around 1500 Mithril Coins have been collected from the Infected monsters in Vanadis Lab [Lv:1], it means that an enough number of Infected monsters have been killed to summon the Chapter MvP.


Valaris was known as a hero who protected the lands, but alas, he gave up his life to save the lands in the Last Battle. There was a legendary creature, however, known to bring life to the dead. Once Jologz and his fellow scientists learned of the creature's magical ability, their response was to try to bring Valaris back to life.

They succeeded in bringing Valaris back to life, but unfortunately, the one that they brought back did not have a soul. Instead, it was dark and full of evil.

Countering Valaris

When going against Valaris, players can go with, but are not restricted to, the following resistances: medium-size resistance, Demi-Human resistance, Fire resistance. It could help to use an Assassin Cross Card for its enabling of the Cloaking skill. Argiope Card on armor will enchant it to the poison property.

Medium Size:


  • Thara Frog Card (+25% resistance) [Shield]
  • Hydra Card (+20% damage) [Weapon]
    • The Hydra Card does not add resistance, but rather adds damage against demi-humans.

Fire Resistance: