Pieces of equipment improve the stats of your heroes, helping them in battle. They also improve your Battle Power. Each hero can also have Outfits and they can help as well. They're enhanced with Outfit Essences and have a maximum of 10 levels.
Your available equipment is shown in the Hall of Heroes. You earn equipment from the Boss Clash (Common) and the Blitz Acres (Special/Blue), and from Armoring (joining together) Shards (pieces of equipment, won along the equipment) in the Forge.
Each equipment has a "slot" (where it fits on the hero), a "tier", a "quality" and a "level". The slot determines which stat of the hero is affected, while tier, quality and level determine how much the stat will be improved.
You cannot alter slot, tier or quality of an equipment, only its level. You can upgrade the level of a piece of equipment by enhancing it, right on the Hall of Heroes. Enhancing an equipment will increase its stats and its battle power. This increase will be higher on items from a higher tier and higher quality.
All heroes can equip the same items (e.g. Robin Eagleye can equip a sword as a weapon even though he fights with a bow), with the only requirement being the hero level. You can freely equip and unequip pieces, and swap equipment among your heroes. You can take advantage of this by saving your main hero's old equipment when you upgrade it to a higher tier, then using it on the new/low leveled heroes.
There are five slots:
- Weapon: Increases Strength.
- Helm: Increases Intelligence.
- Armor: Increases Life.
- Amulet: Increases Agility.
- Outfit: Increases all stats, except Agility.
Each slot requires a different minimum hero level. Each tier comprise 10 hero levels.
- Weapon: First tier needs hero level 1, next ones require hero levels ending in "0" (10, 20...)
- Helm: First tier needs hero level 1, next ones require hero levels ending in "0" (10, 20...)
- Armor: First tier needs hero level 1, next ones require hero levels ending in "0" (10, 20...)
- Amulet: First tier needs hero level 1, next ones require hero levels ending in "0" (10, 20...)
The difference between tiers is very big. No amount of enhancement levels will make an equipment from a lower tier (of the same quality) better than one from the higher tier.
For the first tier specifically, don't bother to enhance them much as you will outgrow them quickly.
There are six qualities of equipment:
- Common: Gray background
- Special: Green background
- Elite: Blue background
- Wicked: Purple background
- Slaughtering: Orange background (Slaughtering Equipment)
- Legendary: Orange background (Ex, Poseidon Set & Event Equipment (this includes all orange equipments, except Slaughtering.)
Note: Poseidon gear provides the same Hero stats as all legendary gear, but enhancing costs double gold and +2 grindstones per level. These items also provide 50% higher BP per level from enhancement.
Each equipment will also say its quality on its name, e.g. "Common Shabby Headband" or "Elite Orc Axe"
Each one is much better to the previous ones. Stick with the highest qualities you can find, because no amount of levels will make a Special weapon as good as an Elite one, etc. Common and Special Quality equipment comes from drops; Elite and Wicked Quality equipment comes from forging.
Common And Special Equipment Edit
Common Quality equipment drops regularly from Boss Clash
Special Quality is won from the Blitz Acres.
Elite And Wicked Equipment Edit
Elite Quality and Wicked Quality equipment are each composed of four shards with different names (e.g., for an Orc Axe, you need 1) a bone edge; 2) a bull-ox bone; 3) a wolf tooth barb; and 4) a bloodstain cloth) and must be created by armoring them in the Forge. Each piece of equipment has its own unique four shards.
Elite quality equipment must be Armored in the Forge. Before you can armor elite quality armor, you must collect 1 of each of the four blue shards that makes up the parts of the elite quality equipment. Once you have one of each, you can attempt to combine them in the Forge to make the piece of equipment. Remember, though, you get only one free armoring attempt per day, and the success rate is only 60% unless you are at VIP level 3, which raises the success rate to 80%. If you spend 50 diamonds (regardless of your VIP level), you can get a Gold Hammer, which guarantees a 100% success rate.
Wicked quality equipment must also be forged, and, as with elite equipment, you have to have one each of the four shards required for that equipment. To get a wicked shard, however, you have to create it by combining four elite quality copies of it in the Forge. So, for example, to make a Wicked Bone Edge shard (one of the pieces needed for a Wicked Orc Axe), you need to take four elite quality bone edge shards and forge them together. Once you have armored one of each of the four wicked shards needed for the wicked equipment, you can attempt to forge all four together to make the wicked equipment.
DIFFERENCE IN FORGING ATTEMPTS: To make an Elite Quality Orc Axe, you need to make only a single (successful) forging attempt. You would take an elite bone edge, an elite bull-ox bone, an elite wolf tooth barb, and an elite bloodstain cloth (all of which you will find from drops; you won't have to forge the shards) and make an attempt to forge them into the equipment. For other equipment you obviously use the shards needed for that piece.
To make a Wicked Quality Orc Axe, however, you would need to make five (successful) forging attempts. The first four attempts are to create single wicked shards out of the four corresponding elite quality shards you collected from drops. The fifth attempt will be to combine all the wicked shards into the single piece of equipment.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU FAIL: If your armoring attempt on elite quality equipment fails, you lose one of the elite quality shards, which isn't a big deal, because you can get another from a drop.
If your armoring attempt fails on wicked quality equipment, however, you lose an entire wicked shard, which means you have to go back and collect *four* corresponding elite quality shards and use them to create a copy of the wicked shard you lost in the forging failure.
Finally, it's possible to get Elite Lv10 Equipment from the Daily Check.
Equipment Stats Edit
Table notes and legend:
- The table is sortable. Just click on the headers.
- You may need to scroll to the right to see the highest quality
- Type of stat increased is implied by type of item, see above.
- The "Common", "Special" etc columns show the base stats for each item. The "Lv+" column that follows is the increase for each level at that quality.
- The real amounts for lv+ are sometimes fractional, buy they've been rounded to the nearest integer, so you may find the numbers slip by a few units from the table to the game.
Example: A Special Soldier Helmet lv. 20 would increase Intelligence (helm) by 670 (base) + 54 (lv+) * 19 (number of times it has leveled up). In the game you will see "Intelligence: +1696"
Equip Base BPEdit
This table does not contain special equipment (such as those gained from events). See enhance for the increases of Battle power from leveling up equipment.