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World Boss Equipment SynthesisWith the Relics of Hiram update, the synthesis system is applied to the majority of World Boss gear.To level World Boss gear that falls under the synthesis system, any other World Boss gear can be fed into it, or crafted gear of the same grade or higher. Equipment that does not fall under the synthesis system can be regraded to improve.Erenor Synthesis ChangesCrafted gear, excluding the Erenor tier, Obsidian Equipment and Erenor Infusions can be used as synthesis materials to level your Erenor equipment.World Boss gear of grade Arcane or higher can be salvaged into Erenor Infusions using an Evenstone.Each gear set grants the following Infusions:The grade and type of Erenor Infusion defines how much synthesis XP it is worth:Cloak Changes and AwakeningThe “Flaming” subtypes of cloaks are no longer obtainable in game. Instead the two will be combined into the same cloak. Delphinad and Ayanad cloaks can have 1 stat from group 1 and 3 stats from group 2 at the same time. Cloaks obtained before the update will keep their current stats, but can be cloaked using a Transmuter to obtain any of the new cloaks. Cryptic Lucky Scrolls can now be used to reroll stats on Delphinad cloaks as well.The acquisition method of the Delphinad and Ayanad tier cloaks has been adjusted as well:Divine Epherium Cloaks can be awakened to the Delphinad tier using an Epherium Cloak Awakening Scroll, craftable at any Proven Warriors Workbench.Epherium Cloak Awakening Scrolls have a 25% base chance of success and add an additional 5% chance of success for each failed attempt. A failed awakening attempt can also result in crystallization, which can be reversed using a Decrystallization Scroll, available on the Honor Shop for 10,000 honor.Epic Delphinad Cloaks can be awakened to the Ayanad tier using a Delphinad Cloak Awakening Scroll.Delphinad Cloak Awakening Scrolls also have a 25% base chance of success and add an additional 5% chance of success for each failed attempt. A failed awakening attempt can also result in crystallization, which can be reversed using a Decrystallization Scroll.Discontinued Obsidian EquipmentAll crafting recipes for Obsidian equipment will be removed. This means that existing Obsidian items will remain in the world, but they can no longer be upcrafted to higher tiers or created.Remaining Obsidian items can still be gemmed, regraded and tempered.Using a Hiram Conversion Rune, crafted at the Mirage Salvage Forge for 1 Stone Brick, allows to convert existing Obsidian equipment into Hiram Infusions. Each Hiram Infusion is worth 1,000 Synthesis XP and the amount of infusions granted depends on the Obsidian item’s tier, slot and grade.Using an Erenor Conversion Rune, crafted at the Mirage Salvage Forge for 1 Stone Brick, allows to convert existing T2, T3 and T4 Obsidian equipment of grade Celestial or higher into Erenor Infusions. Each Erenor Infusion is worth 100 Synthesis XP and is tradeable as long as it’s sealed. The amount of infusions granted depends on the Obsidian item’s tier, slot and grade.The Erenor Infusions will maintain the grade of the item when converted, and can only be fed into Erenor gear of the same rarity or lower.The following items used to craft Obsidian equipment will no longer be obtainable in game. Remaining items can be sold to a merchant:
  • Mercury Solution (1s80c ea.)
  • Renaia’s Research Journal (3s60c ea.)
  • Philosopher’s Stone Fragment (30s ea.)
  • Kadum’s Bark (35g ea.)
  • Spellshift Orb (120g ea.)
New Tempering SystemThe new tempering system allows the stats of armor and weapons to be improved to a maximum of +30 Tempering Points, which is equivalent to 125%.
  • Each Tempering Point from +1 to +20 increases the stats by +1%.
  • Each Tempering Point from +21 to +30 increases the stats by +0.5%.
Old tempering items will no longer be obtainable in game, but remaining items can be converted into relevant items or back into the originally invested cost.The new Solar and Lunar Tempers can be obtained from Prince’s Crates, Queen’s Crates and Ancestral Crates, as well as from mining the Mysterious Minerals that spawn in the Western Hiram Mountains.Solar and Lunar Tempers cost 200 Labor and a specified amount of gold per tempering attempt, adding a +1 Tempering Point increase, in case of a success. Items with Tempering Points of +18 or higher have a chance to lose up to -1 Tempering Points per failed attempt. The equipment under no circumstances has a chance of destruction or crystallization due to a failed tempering attempt.Resplendent Solar and Lunar Tempers can be crafted on Regal Alchemy Tables, using 10 normal Tempers and a Lucky Point to create 2 Resplendent Tempers.Resplendent Tempers have a chance to get a great success on a tempering attempt, resulting in a +2 Tempering Point increase.Tempering Crystals can be added for each attempt to increase the chance of success by 1.5.Resplendent Tempering Crystals increase the chance of success by x2.Any tempered equipment pre-5.0 will carry over to the new system. Items with 2 tempering stats will carry over the higher percentage of the two.Skill ChangesThe maximum of Skill Points a level 55 character can obtain, has been adjusted to 18.Passive skills no longer require invested points, but unlock automatically, once enough Skill Points have been invested into the active skills. Some of the active skills now also require a minimum amount of Skill Points invested into the Skilltree, before they can be unlocked. To support this system, some of the skills have been moved around to accommodate the point investment lock.Changes to active skills:The following amounts of skill points have to be invested into a skilltree, to be able to unlock the skills listed. For example: In order to be able to invest a Skill Point to unlock Whirlwind Slash, at least 3 points have to already be spent on the Battlerage Skilltree.
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