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Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Does crafted shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #1
no

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Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #2
no, they cannot be enchanted but do decrease dura loss on other parts.
(at least they used to, no clue about currently but i assume it does. Its basicly 15~% dura extra since it adds 2 slots to the 13 you had.
10 armor, 2 rings and a necklace. Bonus points if you have earrings, its another ~6% durability on the items that matter)

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #3
Bummer :-)  How about enchants listed as "General" what can they be enchanted on?

thanks for the replies!

  • Last Edit: March 15, 2018, 07:53:51 pm by dogfish14

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #4
Bummer :-)  How about enchants listed as "General" what can they be enchanted on?

thanks for the replies!



Unless ubers changed something, you can enchant helmets, chestpeices, jewelry (rings and necklaces), shields, and weapons only.

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Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #5
Bummer :-)  How about enchants listed as "General" what can they be enchanted on?

thanks for the replies!



Unless ubers changed something, you can enchant helmets, chestpeices, jewelry (rings and necklaces), shields, and weapons only.

Jewelry got removed tho (other than some quest line leftovers).

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #6
Clothing (pants & shirts) does not reduce durability loss of other gear.
Had it confirmed during InDev (maybe it's even in Patch Notes)

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Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #7
Bummer :-)  How about enchants listed as "General" what can they be enchanted on?

thanks for the replies!



Unless ubers changed something, you can enchant helmets, chestpeices, jewelry (rings and necklaces), shields, and weapons only.

Jewelry got removed tho (other than some quest line leftovers).

Damn, seems like uber removed a lot of stuff.

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Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #8
Bummer :-)  How about enchants listed as "General" what can they be enchanted on?

thanks for the replies!



Unless ubers changed something, you can enchant helmets, chestpeices, jewelry (rings and necklaces), shields, and weapons only.

Jewelry got removed tho (other than some quest line leftovers).

Damn, seems like uber removed a lot of stuff.

As weird as it sounds... life without jewelry is.so much better. Farming for 2.instead of 5 armour/apparel enchants.

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #9
but do decrease dura loss on other parts.

wow thx for secret fbi information

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #10
but do decrease dura loss on other parts.

wow thx for secret fbi information

Not any more...

During indev uber took jewelry, reg clothes and armor and separated their dura loss cycles from each other.

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #11
damn

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #12
Bummer :-)  How about enchants listed as "General" what can they be enchanted on?

thanks for the replies!



Unless ubers changed something, you can enchant helmets, chestpeices, jewelry (rings and necklaces), shields, and weapons only.

Jewelry got removed tho (other than some quest line leftovers).

Damn, seems like uber removed a lot of stuff.

As weird as it sounds... life without jewelry is.so much better. Farming for 2.instead of 5 armour/apparel enchants.

But it makes it a very unpleasant experience raiding cities with towers and  easier to get cheesed by eldritch sphere spammers.

Re: Does shirts or pants count as Apparel in terms of enchanting?
Reply #13
All Arcane Damage spells (Raw Magic) and Infliction spells will have their damage reduced.

Lightning Strike's displacement is a temporary experiment that's gonna get changed soon after feedback.

Robes will be enchantable.

It is all gonna be fixed for Game Launch.

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