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[GUIDE] How To Craft 49 Gold Gear ~ An In-depth Guide

    • [GUIDE] How To Craft 49 Gold Gear ~ An In-depth Guide

      How to Craft 49 Gold Gear ~ An in-depth guide

      Hello brave adventurers!

      So, you’ve gotten to the gearing stage huh? After the typical grind to 49, I’m sure you’re happy to get settled in to gearing your character. Depending on your role, this will be a simple guide of how to acquire the materials you need and what pieces you should obtain first.

      This is all done in the view point of a Spirit Shaper but the materials will be the same for each piece, no matter your class.

      Now, let’s get started!



      Contents

      1. NPC Locations
      2. Materials - Where & How to Obtain
      3. Gear & Gearing Priority



      NPC Locations

      Before I get into what you’ll need, I will tell you where to vendors are, what they have, and the ones who you will use to make the equipment.


      There are two locations you can find these NPCs. One is in Sulan’s major city and the other is to the north of Sulan.

      The red boxes show the general locations of the NPCs.

      There are 4 NPCs you need to watch out for, next to each picture is their location in Sulan. The first is the two you make your equipment at, which have counter parts.


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      These two make your weapons and off-hands.
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      These two make your armour and accessories.



      The next two are used to get most of the mats you need for your equipment, some of it used in exchange for Soul of Mist.

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    • Materials - Where & How to Obtain

      Most of the materials you need can be bought at the Grocer in exchange of Demonslayer points and Soul of Mist. You can obtain this via different dungeons. Here’s a list of the dungeons you can receive it from:

      • Misty Hollow Normal (45+)
      • Shrine Hard (40+)
      • Shrine Expert (45-49, Amount increases depending on the difficulty)

      In Misty Hollow Normal, Shrine Hard and Shrine Expert: Basic (1*) reward players with items called Mist’s Nyx – Secret Treasure. These can be opened to receive a treasure map. The treasure map, once clicked on, takes a player to a random location and you receive a reward. The reward can vary from any number of Soul of Mist to a crafted item (usually an accessory).

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      The Higher difficulties of Shrine Expert reward players with items that give varying numbers of Soul of Mist in larger amounts. It also rewards Mist of Bright Jade which is used in making 5 of the crafted gear pieces.

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      Now to what the NPCs offer. Here is the NPC with the corresponding items you will need for making your gear.
      Listed below the pictures are the items you can buy from them that are important.




      The Guide Quest Posting NPC is linked to the Imperial Society. You need Merit points to purchase all of the items from them. The main way to obtain the merit is by doing the weekly mentoring quest that can be repeated up to 3 times. Another way is running dungeons as you would when you're mentoring.


      The other NPC, Guardian Lesser Grocer, you will need to be demonslaying tier 3 to purchase the items. You will need demonslaying merit to purchase them as well. This merit can be easily obtained by doing the daily and weekly quests for demonslaying. You can find out what these are by going to your character window and selecting the order tab.

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    • Gear & Gearing Priority

      Now we come to the NPCs that you can create the items from. It shows the item and what materials you need to make them.

      Weapon & Off-Hand



      Armour



      Accessories



      DPS

      I recommend you start with your gloves and boots first, then your weapon. After that you should focus on the armour and then slowly get your accessories which can drop from various locations as well as being made. Leave your offhand to last.

      Priority List: Gloves > Boots > Weapon > Chest > Greaves > Helmet > Rings > Earrings > Necklace > Off-Hand

      Tanks

      It is recommended you go for armour straight off and not worry about your weapon until the absolute end. Tanks need to survive and have more defence to combat again bosses’ attacks. Your shield will come first, so here’s the recommended priority for gearing.

      Priority List: Chest > Greaves > Helmet > Off-Hand > Gloves > Boots > Earrings > Necklace > Rings > Weapon

      Healers

      To start off, healers should make sure their armour is made then their off-hand. Your weapon will come last as this class is more delicate than others and needs that defence to survive. The heals pumped out by this role are usually quite high at a basic level.

      Priority List: Chest > Greaves > Gloves > Boots > Helm > Off-Hand > Necklace > Earrings > Rings > Weapon

      (Any new information and improvement on this guide would be appreciated.)
    • Demonslaying Rank 3 is required to buy mats from Little Suri.

      Also, Expert 3* tends to have guaranteed gear drops that are the same as those fused ones. It can drop from 1* and 2* but at a lower rate.

      Therefore I recommend to run 3* Shrine when each person in the party has some pieces of gold gear already, or just immediately run it without gearing first for experienced players, especially those from CN. Shrine Expert is relatively easier as compared to further Expert dungeons like Great Wall or Mech.
    • Humble wrote:

      Thank you so much! I was just thinking earlier today that I wish someone would make a more in depth guide to this process. Dulfy gave me a good jumping off point but it was still a bit of a hassle figuring it out. Thanks again
      I'm glad I could be of use. I had the idea to make it a while back but thought someone had already made one. I'm hoping to expand on this one to 59 once we get to that level.
    • Kuudormi wrote:

      Humble wrote:

      Thank you so much! I was just thinking earlier today that I wish someone would make a more in depth guide to this process. Dulfy gave me a good jumping off point but it was still a bit of a hassle figuring it out. Thanks again
      I'm glad I could be of use. I had the idea to make it a while back but thought someone had already made one. I'm hoping to expand on this one to 59 once we get to that level.
      There very well could be another one. Dulfy's explains all of the information that's needed, but including the "these people right here that look like this" is very helpful. Normally I'm not for straight up hand holding in games, but this is one of the most important parts of the game so I feel like it's necessary for everyone's sake.
    • Humble wrote:

      Kuudormi wrote:

      Humble wrote:

      Thank you so much! I was just thinking earlier today that I wish someone would make a more in depth guide to this process. Dulfy gave me a good jumping off point but it was still a bit of a hassle figuring it out. Thanks again
      I'm glad I could be of use. I had the idea to make it a while back but thought someone had already made one. I'm hoping to expand on this one to 59 once we get to that level.
      There very well could be another one. Dulfy's explains all of the information that's needed, but including the "these people right here that look like this" is very helpful. Normally I'm not for straight up hand holding in games, but this is one of the most important parts of the game so I feel like it's necessary for everyone's sake.
      I feel the same too. Unless people tell you where to get it, you might be running around the game for days trying to figure out that one small thing. That's why I thought it would be nice to make this guide. It will help those who are having trouble with those small details.
    • Oohmygod wrote:

      HI

      Any reason why get glove first then get weapon for DPS?
      The reason I say it should be done that way is because you gain both attack and defence. So you're not sacrificing armour first when you upgrade, you'll have two pieces that give you both and you won't have to worry too much about your defence. Glass cannons aren't something people prefer to take into Expert Shrine. If you think about it, you'll have more attack and a higher chance at being accepted into a group because you'll have more gold gear.

      Keep in mind though, it's only my suggestion and you can build it the way you want. Hope my explanation helped you though!
    • Thanks for this, i was hoping a more straight-forward guide on 49 gear would be posted o3o

      Something im still wondering about however is the standard for getting into shrine expert. rn im squeezing my way through it with mostly purples, though likely since ive been lucky with my parties. should i be aiming for a filler set of gear like purples from MH or just jump straight to golds?
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    • TigerRemix wrote:

      Thanks for this, i was hoping a more straight-forward guide on 49 gear would be posted o3o

      Something im still wondering about however is the standard for getting into shrine expert. rn im squeezing my way through it with mostly purples, though likely since ive been lucky with my parties. should i be aiming for a filler set of gear like purples from MH or just jump straight to golds?
      I'd say, do MH as you would every day. Make sure you do both Trial and Normal. If you get gear that is better, just use that. You should be able to get though Shrine 1* pretty well with mainly purple gear but when you start going to 2-3* you will need to have that gold gear. I've been told what they recommend for each difficulty in Gear Score or Equipment Rating as it's known in game: 1* = 50+, 2* = 60+, 3* = 70+. It basically just goes up 10k with each difficulty.

      Otherwise, I'd just ask people when the look for groups what equipment rating they'd prefer. Hope that helped you!
    • Mion wrote:

      Demonslaying Rank 3 is required to buy mats from Little Suri.

      Also, Expert 3* tends to have guaranteed gear drops that are the same as those fused ones. It can drop from 1* and 2* but at a lower rate.

      Therefore I recommend to run 3* Shrine when each person in the party has some pieces of gold gear already, or just immediately run it without gearing first for experienced players, especially those from CN. Shrine Expert is relatively easier as compared to further Expert dungeons like Great Wall or Mech.
      Shrine 3* does not have guaranteed gear drops, the chances are significantly higher though. Also if you're playing with people who really know their class/and have some time for a few wipes here and there, you can easily get 3* done in 50k gs.
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