3.5 has been released in Korea, and now I can bring in more information for specifics, with collaboration of others.
Today, we will be taking a look at the new Erenor gear crafting method. Let me say this now: It’s not cheap.
Erenor armor in 3.5 will be the top-tier gear in the game, but with a great power comes great costs, which will be illustrated below.
Materials You Need
Let’s take a look at the items needed to craft this weapon below:You can see that you need 180,000 proficiency to craft your weapon in, in the respective vocation. This longspear (or shortspear?) needs:
- A Divine Sealed Ayanad Weapon (must match the Erenor weapon you are making)
- Varying but large sums of Archeum Essences. (At least 60ish. Hoard as many as you can.)
- A scroll of Ipnya’s (or Erenor’s) Favor, a special item obtained only by doing quests in Whale Song and Candlestick Strait. Maybe they’re like scraps, not completely sure.
- Blazing Sunridge Ingots/Fabric/Lumber/Leather, amount varies with the armor piece and weapon. ($$$)
- Large amounts of Archeum Ingots, or T3 alchemy polishes/pigments/oils
This will be quite costly. If these materials make it to our version, I recommend stocking up a little on crafting materials, since the prices are bound to rise with Erenor gear being released.
Also note the crafting fee. And the huge labor cost.
To craft Erenor, you will need a Sealed Ayanad. Ayanads that you’ve purchased/unsealed can be resealed, probably by using a Salvage Forge furniture, and a special item. This special item is this contraption:
Another side note: The scroll items are crafted at a special workbench in Candlestick Strait. Items needed for the scrolls are found from mobs in Candlestick Strait and Whale Song. They seem to also be obtainable from quests.
The instructions for crafting Erenor are not too difficult. Gathering the materials and gold to craft one is a different thing. I recommend making a deal with someone with a high enough proficiency to craft Erenor gear so you do not have to level the skill yourself.
On the next post, we will see a detailed version of this post for the crafting materials of the Erenor gear. Then, we will see the process of leveling Erenor up, as well as the new “Primordial” grade. After that short post, I will complete my write up on the attribute skills. I plan to write about the new zones after the attribute post, then a rough translation of the Korean patch notes for 3.5.
(If you’d like to help me with translations, you may comment below c:)
Before you go, you can view this gallery of Erenor gear below.