Introduction to NovaRO

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Welcome to NovaRO!

Nova Ragnarok Online is a Renewal private server with a myriad of official features and exclusive customization. Here you will be introduced to some of them.

Basic information and details about the server such as rates, max stats, and max level can be found in the Server Information page.

If this is your first time playing Ragnarok Online, we recommend you take a look at Introduction to Ragnarok Online or if you are a pre-renewal warrior, the Introduction to Renewal page will help you get more up-to-date.

NovaRO Community


The NovaRO wiki is a community-maintained wiki, and the main source for any information about the server, be it guides, information about in-game content, systems and more.

Most important pages can be found in the Main Page. If you were not able to find what you were looking for, use the search bar at the top right of the wiki.


The NovaRO Forum is the place to get up-to-date with new patches, make suggestions, report bugs or request Staff support.


The NovaRO Discord server is the main hub outside the game for interacting with other players through general discussion, game advice and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Main Page: FAQ

With so many new things to learn, it is common to feel lost and confused at the start. Fear not, as the FAQ page will most definitely clear at least some questions you may have when starting.

If your queries are still unanswered by the FAQ page, asking around in-game or in Discord is always a valid alternative.

Player Commands

Main Page: Player Commands

Like most private servers, NovaRO players have a plethora of commands at their disposal, from database search for items and monsters, market search and general convenience.

Players can also make use of NovaExt to have access to even more features, such as FPS and ping displays, range and buff indicators, turbo and fast refresh.

The Main Office

Main Page: Main Office

The Prontera's Main Office is a massive building divided in five distinct floors, where lots of convenience NPCs reside. You can quickly warp to its entrance with @go 50.


The following table lists currencies used in NovaRO, how they are obtained, and what can be purchased with them.

Currency Obtainable from Usage

Nova Points

Gold Coins
  • Purchase items from The Claw and the Vending Machine in @go eden > Top Left corner.
  • Play the Mysterious Slot Machine. (see Automated Events for details)
  • Can be exchanged into Nova Points.
  • Can be traded with other players.

Event Tickets

Endeavor Tokens
  • Purchase EVT (Account Bound) equipment and powerful consumables from the Master of Coin, at the second floor of the Main Office.
  • Enchant and manage a  Cursed Knight's Shield through the Knight Shield Bearer NPC, located at the basement of the Main Office.
  • Account bound (Cannot be traded with other players)

Valor Badges
  • The only currency earned from and accepted in Battlegrounds (BG). Purchase BG-exclusive equipment and supplies from BG shops.
  • Account bound (Cannot be traded with other players)

Siege Tokens
  • Purchasing equipment and costumes from the Siege Merchant.
  • Enchanting RWC equipment.
  • Account bound (Cannot be traded with other players)

Seasonal Event Currency
  • Participating and redeeming rewards from various Seasonal Events.

Monster Coupons
  • Purchase supplies and Monster Hunter-exclusive headgears and equipment from the Retired Hunter in @go mh.
  • Account bound (Cannot be traded with other players)

Official and Custom Content

Our developers work hard every day to bring the latest official content from the kRO server and fine-tune them to ensure that they are balanced, free of bugs and fit well with the server.

Most official content gets ported to the server, including mechanics and systems, Instances, classes and class balancing, general patches and more.

From quality of life features to new maps and bosses with or even new methods of PVP, custom content also plays a big role in making NovaRO what it is. Some examples being: