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Feature Spotlight: Enchanting & Item Properties

Ewok_CSEwok_CS Celador Administrator
Today's Feature Spotlight is all about Enchanting and item properties!

https://www.legendsofaria.com/feature-spotlight-enchanting-item-properties/

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  • Can't help noticing the "6000 Gold" cost in pic >_<
    I hope prices for crafted items have been improved...
  • ZaphieonZaphieon Philippines
    OG Brum said:

    Can't help noticing the "6000 Gold" cost in pic >_<
    I hope prices for crafted items have been improved...

    6000 gold would be 60 silver, they reworked the coins system and removed cp and sp, and made gold cover all of that so ..

    1g = what use to be 1cp
    100g = 1sp
    10000g = 1g

  • Ewok_CSEwok_CS Celador Administrator
    Zaphieon said:

    OG Brum said:

    Can't help noticing the "6000 Gold" cost in pic >_<
    I hope prices for crafted items have been improved...

    6000 gold would be 60 silver, they reworked the coins system and removed cp and sp, and made gold cover all of that so ..

    1g = what use to be 1cp
    100g = 1sp
    10000g = 1g

    You have the numbers right but once you hit 10000 gold it will become 1 platinum
  • ZaphieonZaphieon Philippines
    Ewok_CS said:

    Zaphieon said:

    OG Brum said:

    Can't help noticing the "6000 Gold" cost in pic >_<
    I hope prices for crafted items have been improved...

    6000 gold would be 60 silver, they reworked the coins system and removed cp and sp, and made gold cover all of that so ..

    1g = what use to be 1cp
    100g = 1sp
    10000g = 1g

    You have the numbers right but once you hit 10000 gold it will become 1 platinum
    yeah but i was referring to the new system versus old.. but I guess that means..

    1p new = 1g old?
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