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Equipment Colors and what they mean

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1 Equipment Colors and what they mean on Tue Jun 28, 2011 4:06 pm

There are 6 different levels of equipment quality. From low to high, they are represented by the colors white, blue, green, orange, red, and purple. If the equipment quality is higher, its attribute increase from enhancement is also higher. For example, every time you enhance a white level horse, its Spirit Hit increases by 24, but every time you enhance a blue level horse, its Spirit Hit increases by 31 (the Faculty increase is the same for both).

The equipment quality is determined by the color, and not by how much it costs or what its base attributes are. Therefore, a Pigskin Armor enhances just as well as a Mammoth Armor. The only difference is that Mammoth Armor starts with a slightly higher base attribute than Pigskin Armor.

This important fact has several implications:

1) In the beginning of the game, when only white equipment are available to you. There is no reason to spend 2250 drachmas to get a Mammoth Armor, when you just got a Pigskin Armor for free from defeating Harpy. When enhanced to the same grade, the only different between the two Armors will always be +4 Valor Shield, which is almost negligible.

2) Especially when there are high odds, it is worth it to attack a Non-Playing Character (NPC) that you have already defeated again, in hopes of getting a higher level equipment drop.

This does not mean that you shouldn’t spend money enhancing equipment that you know you won’t keep later in the game. When you are done with the equipment, you can degrade the equipment at the shop and get the drachmas you spent on enhancement back. Then, you can sell the equipment back to the shop for some more drachmas.

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