Enchantment Stones are special consumables used for enchanting an item. Whether the enchantment fails or succeeds, the stone is consumed upon the attempt.

Mechanics Edit

General Edit

The only available stones are the Enchantment Stone (item) <Enchantment StoneEnchantment Stone (item)> and the Omega Enchantment Stone <Omega Enchantment Stone>. While making use of the regular stone to enchant an item, the success is only determined by the item itself, with additional methods to increase the odds. They can be obtained from assembling 1000 pieces of Enchantment Stone Dust <Enchantment Stone Dust>, which is obtained from a variety of quests and extracting items.

Omega Enchantment Stone <Omega Enchantment Stones>, on the other hand, offer a greater chance of success, as well as boosted critical success. As such, they are less common to come around (only dropping from high level instances) and more valuable. They are, additionally, the only stones which can be used after Amplification.

Extraction window

Enchantment Extraction window

Extraction Edit

Commonly referred to as disenchanting or just DEing, extraction refers to obtaining Enchantment Stone Dust <Enchantment Stone Dust> from armor and weapons. By combining 1000 units of this dust, players may receive an Enchantment Stone (item) <Enchantment StoneEnchantment Stone (item)>. Depending on the level, grade and current enchantment level of the item, players will receive a random amount of dust.

Extraction can be done by opening the Gear Modification window, selecting the Enchantment Extraction tab and registering the piece of gear on the slot. After pressing the button in the bottom and confirming the action, the item will be destroyed and the player will be rewarded appropriately.

Lower level gear will offer around 20-40 dust, and more than 100 in lucky cases. As the gear increases in level, the amount of dust is increased, sometimes reaching 2,000 pieces of dust. The amount is also slightly affected by the enchantment level of the item in question. However, this boost is generally dismissed.

Additionally, extracting Archdaeva Gear will sometimes reward the player with either 22px Ancient Crafting Stones, 22px Chronos Stones or 22px Eternity Stones, materials required to craft most Archdaeva recipes.

Discontinued Stones Edit

This system has been drastically changed more than once to simplify it. While the core in it remains identical, the stones have been changed.

Level-based stones Edit

Main article: Enchantment#Discontinued Systems

The original enchantment stones come in varying levels, from Red enchantment stone <L1 Enchantment Stones> to Black enchantment stone <L130 Enchantment Stones>. The higher their level, the the better the chance of successfully enchanting a piece.

This system was however simplified after 4.7, grouping the similar level stones together, creating the Letter-based system.

Letter-based stones Edit

Introduced in 4.7, this system would replace the level-based by taking them and grouping them within six groups, each group represented by a single enchant stone. The order and names would follow the Greek alphabet. from Alpha to Epsilon, followed by Omega. This system was later replaced by the current active one in 5.0.

Stone Suggested Levels
Yellow enchantment stone <Alpha Enchantment Stone> Level 20 Superior L1-29
White enchantment stone <Beta Enchantment Stone> Level 40 Heroic L30-59
Blue enchantment stone <Gamma Enchantment Stone> Level 55 Fabled L60-84
Green enchantment stone <Delta Enchantment Stone> Level 60 Eternal L85-104
Purple enchantment stone <Epsilon Enchantment Stone> Level 65 Mythic L105
Omega Enchantment Stone <Omega Enchantment Stone>* After Amplification -

*Still available, but was added along with this system.

Trivia Edit