This guide will teach you how to easily fix your bad PVP status and remove your red name issue in MIR4.
Why do I have Red Name in MIR4?
If you have a red name in MIR4, it means you are too hostile in PVP.
MIR4 has a penalty system where players who excessively kill other players will get a “bad PVP status.”
When you kill another player in PVP, your Propensity Points (or “PVP points”) may increase or decrease.
Your name will turn from white to red if you kill too many players and your Propensity Points drop way too much into the negatives.
This serves as a punishment for being bad players who “bully” other players in the game.
Why you don’t want a Red Name in MIR4
Aside from being labeled as a “bad player,” having a red name and a bad PVP status has several negative effects.
First, player with red names receive lower experience points.
Second, death penalties get much worse the more negative your PVP points are.
And last but not the least, it will disable the use of Fast Travel, which allows you to quickly teleport between areas in the game.
This is probably the worst penalty since as players know, the world map in MIR4 is very huge: moving from once place to another without Fast Travel will take so much time that could have been spent on grinding.
This means that obviously you should always try to avoid getting a bad PVP status as much as possible.
And if you do, you must try to remove it as fast as possible because it makes grinding and leveling up more challenging.
Luckily, there’s an easy way to revert your bad PVP status discussed below.
How to Remove Red Name in MIR4
Here are the steps on how to remove the red name in MIR4:
- Find monsters within 5 levels from your character (ex. if you are Lv 35, look for Lv 30–40 monsters)
- Kill those monsters
- Repeat until your PVP status goes back to normal
As you can see, it’s actually quite simple, although it can take you some time to complete.
Killing one monster that’s five levels below or above your character will increase your Propensity Points.
You just need to keep hunting them and increase your Propensity Points until you reach at least zero points.
Once you reach zero Propensity Points, your red name status will be removed and you will revert back to a normal player with a white name.
Then, you should now be able to enjoy the benefits of regular players, such as the of use Fast Travel.
How to Avoid Getting a Red Name in MIR4
Even though there is a way to fix your bad PVP status, it can be frustrating to deal with. It can take a long time and further delay your farming.
That’s why it is highly recommended to just avoid getting it in the first place. As they say, prevention is better than cure!
Just try to avoid excessively killing other players in PVP.
Not only will you reduce your chances of getting a bad PVP status, you will also make the game environment much more enjoyable for everyone.