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Armor According to Base ClassEdit
|Headgear||Upper Body||Lower Body||Gloves||Footwear||Main Weapon||Secondary Weapon|
|Warrior||Helmet||Shirt||Pants||Gloves||Boots||Sword, Axe or Hammer||Gauntlet|
|Archer||Headband||One-Piece||Leggings||Mittens||Booties||Longbow, Shortbow or Crossbow||Quiver|
|Sorceress||Tiara||Robe||Tights||Muffs||Heels||Staff||Book, Voodoo Doll or Crystal Ball|
|Cleric||Galero||Armor||Trousers||Cuffs||Shoes||Wand, Mace or Flail||Shield|
|Academic||Beret||Tunic||Slacks||Cloak||Round-toed Shoes||Cannon or Kabala||Threaded Loop|
|Kali||Orni||Chori||Salwar||Rakki||Jutti||Fans or Chakrams||Charm|
|Assassin||Mask||Vest||Greaves||Grips||Walker||Scimitar or Dagger||Crook|
|Machina||Rebozo||Poncho||Paño||Hand Wraps||Moccasin||Knuckle Gear||Claw|
It is highly advised to enhance a character's equipment to increase the stat bonuses (hit point, mana, physical defense and magic defense) given by items. Recommended levels are +6, which is the safe point of enhancement (no breakage of the equipment upon failure), +10 and above.
Crafting suffixes to equipment allows players to customize their character's equipment based on the needed stats of the character; suffixes also give a particular special effect that triggers in certain conditions. Oftentimes, armor are given Life suffixes to increase maximum hit points and primary stat suffixes (Bear for STR, Wind for AGI and Intellect for INT) are given to weapons, although those which are oriented for physical damage use the Destruction suffix instead for a boost in physical attack.
In PVP, popular suffix choices include Iron Wall (defense), Tent (magic defense), Knight and Restraint (gives a movement debuff when triggered).
Potentials give a massive boost to a character's stats when applied to equipment due to its percentage values, which make it a requirement in higher-level gameplay. In most classes, the most desired set of potentials are composed of the main stat of that class, AGI (for increased critical), and maximum HP. Maximum mana later became viable after the changes in mana consumption in later patches.
Dragon Jades Edit
In later versions of the game, suffixes and potentials are replaced by Dragon Jades, which work similarly to suffixes in giving basic stats but without the headache-inducing RNG. Jades, however, drop frequently in Master-difficulty dungeons and can be added to equipment more easily. Level 80 Equipment may require as many as three jades, while Level 90 equipment only needs one per piece.
See also Edit
- List of Unified Equipment Sets
- List of Equipment sets per class: (Warrior, Archer, Sorceress, Cleric, Academic, Kali, Assassin, Lancea, Machina)