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- Item Mall
- Tiered Spender
- Loot Wheel
- First Steps
- Free Rewards
- 1 Dollar Store
- ☕ Boosts ☕
- Legacy Armor
- TARO SETS
- • Rune Stones •
- ✿Mystery Boxes!✿
- Archive Packs
- Loot Forge
- Selling Items
- Click on an item in your bag/inventory and move it to this slot to sell it.
- Set how much you'd like to sell the item for here. You can check what other people are asking for the same item in the "Buy" tab (see below).
- Sales Tax
- This is the commission the Salesperson will charge you to list your item. This comes directly out of your current funds.
- Posted Items
- This window shows the items you currently have up for sale. If you change your mind, you can select the item and click the "Remove" button. However, the tax will not be returned.
- Category: Rarity
- You can filter the search by rarity, to help you more quickly find items you want. For example, if you are specifically looking for a blue item, uncheck the rest.
- Category: Item Type
- Select an item type category to begin browsing items. Each category is broken down into subcategories. For example, armor also contains helms, breastplates, gloves, pants, etc. Select the subcategory you're looking for to narrow the search further.
- Level/Class Filter
- Checking these boxes will let you ensure that you only see items for the right class and level. This is very helpful when browsing for weapons and armor.
- Results Window
- After all the filters have been applied, the results will appear in this window.
- Formula/Blueprint: This item will tell you what additional materials you need.
- Fragments: These fragments can be gathered from monsters.
- Adhesive: All adhesives are available for purchase from General Stores.
- If you fail, all of the items used in the process will be destroyed!
- Step 1: Purchase the Clay!
- Alchemy clay is available for purchase from Alchemists, and Magic Alchemy Clay is available in the item mall.
- Step 2: Check the Prizes
- Open the Sprite Interface (F6-F8) and click Alchemy to see the current Alchemy products. Check this frequently because the rewards change!
- Step 3: Put Your Sprites to Work
- All Sprites can perform Sprite Alchemy, even Wild Sprites!
- In the Sprite Interface click, O-Alch for Alchemy Clay and M-Alch for Magic Alchemy Clay.
- What's the success rate?
- For Round 1, the success rate is 100%! You are guaranteed to get one of the items in the Round 1 row. Your odds decrease as you get into higher alchemy levels.
- I see something I want in Round 5! How do I get it?
- When you get your first item in Round 1, you have the option to keep it or re-use it in the kiln. If you choose to re-use it, you have a chance to get an item from Round 2. If the attempt fails, the clay and the item are lost.
- Can all sprites do this at the same time?
- As mentioned above, all Sprites can perform Sprite Alchemy. So long as you have enough clay, you can all make all of your Sprites try this at the same time.
- The item I wanted isn't there anymore. Will it be back?
- The items undergo small changes depending on what the Sprite is praising, and the items will completely change often as well! However, items will find their way back into the system over time, so keep checking!
- Failure can result in a reduction of the item's durability. There is also a small chance of it permanently reducing an item’s maximum durability.
- Weapons begin to glow at +5!
- Armor does not glow when fortified.
- Each fortification + means a 3% increase in damage for weapons and a 3% increase in defense for armor.
- Items with 0 durability cannot be fortified. They must be repaired first, though there's a repair button in the fortification window to make it easy.
- Collect various costumes, weapon skins, and hats!
- Sprite Misc
- From headgear to clothing, you can collect different types of sprite costumes.
- Sprite Furniture
- Collect the latest fashions in Sprite Furniture!
- Using the Archive is cheaper than a stable! You can keep your mounts safely tucked away and organized.
- Mini-pet summoning items and player masks go in the "Other" section.
- Legendary Item
- Legacy Armors go here.
Game Items & Storage
When killed, monsters drop all sorts of different items.
Items that are required for a quest are dropped in bright blue bags. This makes them easy to identify!
Note: If your Sprite is out, he will ignore the junk items and only pick up useful things.
General items such as potions and junk will drop in a plain brown bag.
Note: Lost Power items are found in these bags too! Turn them in at Sprite Altars for Reputation with the Sprite Kings.
Decent quality equipment (white-named) can be found in these crates.
Note: It doesn't have to be green or blue to kill a monster! Remember that resonance stones and reinforcements can give bonuses to ALL equipment.
Hard to find non-equipment items will appear in treasure chests with gold edging.
Note: These chests often contain talent blueprints or upgrade scrolls.
Items with green names will appear in the armor-plated chests.
Note: Bosses tend to drop these, but each boss has a limited scope of items - some only drop two types of items (such as pants and capes).
One step up from Rare, these items can be a wide variety of things. Most common are blue-named equipment pieces.
Note: These are very rare.
A Fate Box can contain either good or bad fortune. It takes a courageous soul to open it!
Note: If the Fate Box summons a Corrupt Messenger, kill it! They drop Dark Sprite Emblems that can be used during the Dark Sprite event!
After looting so many monsters, how do I get rid of the stuff I don't need?
Selling to NPCs
Many NPCs have a store related to their function where you can buy items. You can also sell your unwanted items to them for a base price.
Sell All Junk
|"Junk" items have no purpose except to be sold to NPCs. They don't usually fetch a very good price, but they can add a nice bonus to a player's total money. They can be sold all at once at any NPC store by pressing the "Sell Grays" button.|
Merchant from the North
Jasid, the traveling merchant from the North, sells special items!
|Sunday Midnight EST||Monday 11:00 am EST||Eternal Mountains
|Monday 12:00 pm EST||Wednesday 11:00 pm EST||Kaslow City
|Wednesday Midnight EST||Friday 11:00 pm EST||Ilya
|Friday Midnight EST||Sunday 11:00 pm EST||Jale
Salespeople: Buying and Selling
You can also list your items with the Salespeople to sell them to other players in the auction house. You can often get a better price than you would from selling to the NPCs! Please note that there is a 5% tax on items put in the auction house.
Selling Your Items
Alchemy: Making Items
Alchemists are able to use formulas and blueprints to meld elemental shards with special adhesives. Through this process, they can create amazing items!
Creating New Items
Alchemy lets you create a wide variety of items, and Alchemist NPCs sell many different formulas for making different things. These can include things like Talent Cards, Resonance Stones, and character equipment.
Sprites can turn a special alchemical clay into random items. If it's not something you want, you can try for the next tier!
Sprite Alchemy FAQS
Before you get started with Sprite Alchemy, please take a moment time to review these common questions.
Improving Your Items
For that extra boost to your equipment, check out the Fortification and Resonance Stone Systems!
Quests and drops can provide players with Attack and Defense Upgrade Scrolls. These apply to weapons and armor and can be used for a chance to add a bonus to the player's equipment. Scrolls have 3 grades: A, B, and C.
Grade A: Boss monster drops.
Grade B: Normal monster drops.
Grade C: Quest rewards and normal monster drops.
Fortification Fun Facts!
Some weapons and armor have slots for Resonance Stones. These magical stones can add a wide variety of effects to the item.
Obtaining Resonance Stones
Resonance Stone formulas are available for purchase from Alchemists and can occasionally be found from monster drops. The formula to make a Resonance Stone requires a certain number of Pure Stones; there are 3 types of Pure Stones.
A Colorful Glow
As resonance stones are added to a weapon or shield, they will affect the item's appearance. Each elemental type will show a different type of glow.
Pictured to the right are Ice Vortex (gun) and Lightning Array (sword).
Gathering items and materials can give a person a hefty bundle of stuff!
Bags / Inventory
Items that you purchase, pick up, trade for, or otherwise obtain will automatically go into your inventory. Press B on the keyboard to open the Bag/Inventory window.
Moar Bags! Moar!!
Every player starts game with a single bag. Additional bags are available for purchase to expand your inventory space. Different types of bags add different amounts of storage space, but the more space they add, the more expensive they get!
Bags can be replaced or removed, but they must be empty first. Hover the mouse over the bags to highlight the bag's slots in the window (see left).
A player's current money is also also displayed in this window. Currency is based on a tiered coin system: 1 Gold = 100 Silver, and 1 Silver = 100 Copper. These coins are automatically converted when they reach 100.
Each character has a bank space for storage. There are Bank NPCs in each capital city, and they show up on the map and minimap as a bag of coins.
Remember that items stored in the bank cannot be accessed out in the wilderness! Players must visit the bank in order to retrieve stored items. It's a great place to keep items that you don't need right away but can put to use later.
Store your treasures in the Archive! The archive is on the last tab of the Adventure Journal (L).