One of the most notable differences between Tabula Rasa and other MMOG's is the unusual user interface (UI) it provides. It requires players to break out of the crusty EverQuest 1 mold of numerous hotbars and displays and work with something more streamline. RadarX describes in detail every aspect of what you'll see and how to make it work for you.

Armor/Health/Adrenaline - The bottom left of your UI will contain 3 bars. The top blue bar is your armor/shield. This absorbs most damage, although certain weapons cut right through it to your health. The red bar beneath that, is your health and once this is depleted enjoy your walk of shame back to the hospital. The orange bar at the bottom is your adrenaline and is required for many abilities such as Sprint. It's important to note, your health and armor will regenerate outside of combat, but adrenaline will only build up while you fight.

Find out all you need to know about the UI right here.

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016