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Enhancement[edit]

Enhancement is a process by which a player can increase the properties of armor, weapons, or shields.

Effects of Enhancing[edit]

By enhancing an item its weight will decrease, its stats will increase (attack for weapons and defense for armor or shields), its maximum durability will increase.

The level of enhancement is denoted with an increasing + in the item's name for each successful enhancement, as seen below:


Enhancement.png

Enhancing Process[edit]

To enhance an item the player must go to The Forge and select the Enhance option from Ferghus. Right clicking an item or dragging it to the top box of the window will show what quality and quantity of Enhancement Stones are needed, the fee for the enhancement process, and a preview of the result; however the preview does not show the increased maximum durability. Enhancement Runes from the Supply Depot can also be used to prevent the negative effects of failures, up to a maximum of +10. Enhancement Runes cannot be used to protect from failure of trying to +11 through +15. The Enhancement Rune is consumed if the enhancement fails.

Enhance Information[edit]

Attempt Chance of Success Glow Color
0-1 100% Chance of Success.
1-2 100% Chance of Success.
2-3 100% Chance of Success.
3-4 75% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, item downgrades to +2, but equipment not destroyed.
4-5 75% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, item downgrades to +3, but equipment not destroyed.
5-6 50% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, item downgrades to +0, but equipment not destroyed.
230 ,210, 180
6-7 50% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, item downgrades to +0, but equipment not destroyed.
230, 210, 180
7-8 50% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, item downgrades to +0, but equipment not destroyed.
230, 210, 180
8-9 40% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, the item is destroyed. Half of the materials used in creating and enhancing the item are returned to you.
100, 75, 150
9-10 40% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, the item is destroyed. Half of the materials used in creating and enhancing the item are returned to you.
100, 75, 150
10-11 40% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, the item is destroyed. Half of the materials used in creating and enhancing the item are returned to you.
100, 75, 150
11-12 40% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, the item is destroyed. Half of the materials used in creating and enhancing the item are returned to you.
180, 75, 85
12-13 33% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, the item is destroyed. Half of the materials used in creating and enhancing the item are returned to you.
180, 75, 85
13-14 33% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, the item is destroyed. Half of the materials used in creating and enhancing the item are returned to you.
180, 75, 85
14-15 33% Chance of Success. If enhancing fails, the item is destroyed. Half of the materials used in creating and enhancing the item are returned to you.
250, 155, 75

Note[edit]

  • When the piece of equipment is destroyed via enhancing and items are returned to you, it gives you an amount rounded down to the nearest integer. For example, if Raider's Twin Sword is destroyed, you will not get a Glas Ghaibhleann's Torn Pants back because it takes 1 to craft it. Half of 1 is 0.5 and the game rounds 0.5 to 0.
    • Destroying some special weapons or armour such as Taonu Twin Spears that cannot be crafted may not return any materials to you besides enhancement stones and Enhancement Elixirs.
  • There is a similar feature known as Enchanting which allows the player to increase the other attributes of their equipment, such as strength or intelligence with the use of Enchant Scrolls.