This guide will teach you how to make Leafling enchanting online. It will talk about the benefits of doing this, how to do that, and detail the features of magical. This guide is meant for newer players. However older players or returning players may find it helpful.
1. What is enchanting you ask?
Online Enchanting is a great way to increase your equipment stats. This is possible for all gear. It cannot however be used to make cosmetics or purses.
Online Enchanting with Leafling includes suffixes AND prefixes
Enchanting gives you weapons bonus stats such a higher critical hit rate, or a greater damage.
It is essential that you enchant all your equipment in Leafling online. Even if you are not doing it properly, it will significantly increase your combat ability in all situations.
2. The Enchanting Menu
This is the Leafling Online's magical menu:
To begin enchanting you must first right click on an eligible inventory piece.
This will place it inside the square box in your top left.
For this example, I will be using Treant’s Tome.
It will bring up the item's enchantment cost and allow you to enchant it.
However, it will not stop your from exploring any enchantments you may wish to use, nor will you be able to choose whether to enchant just the prefix or suffix.
To do so, we must be focused on these three buttons
Focusing on your top button, left-clicking on it will give you 3 options: Enterchant all, Enchant prefix, or Enchant suffix.
These options allow to you to choose whether or not to enchant a prefix, suffix, and/or both.
Focusing on "Any Prefix" left for now, left clicking this yields.
(Scroll down to see more options in game)
This allows for you to choose the prefix of your choice, and will stop enchanting once that prefix has been found. This option costs nothing extra.
Be careful when clicking too fast. Reenchanting too fast could cause you not to see your prefixes. It is suggested that you limit your click speed to 10cps.
The same principle applies to the "Any Suffix” element of the enchanting restaurant menu.
Remember: Once you've selected an enchantment from either the "Any Prefix", (or "Any Suffix") menus, the game will not allow for you to continue to enchant. To do so you need to first deselect your found Enchantment. To avoid reenchanting your gains, change the Enchant All to either Enchant Suffix or Enchant Prefix.
3. Where can you enchant your gear?
Sanctuaries around the map are a great place to enchant gear. Here's the complete list of locations:
In the Craftsman's Hall located in Journeyman's Respite
Click on the Enchanting Altar and go to.
Kaiyo Village main building
Go to the Buddha Statue. Click left.
The Fashion Parlour item 'Portable Enchanter' is the last way to access this enchanting menu. This can be bought at the Fashion Parlour Journeyman from Prismella, 25 crystals.
4. Enchanting Costs
Artemia has both Mana Tears and Almas. Enchantments can be purchased for both Almas.
The more powerful an enchantment, you will need to have more Almas Tears and Mana Tears to make it roll. Therefore, it is important for you to save money.
While Enchantment fees are now reduced to 1 Almas, 1 Mana Tear, for every enchantment at the moment, in the past they were more expensive per tier.
Here are the new Enchanting Costs
5. Enchanting Benefits
Each enchantment gives stats, Prefix and Suffix.
Here is an updated table with stats for each type. It is suggested that you look in the in-game wiki, under "Enchants", tab, to determine the value each enchant. This can also be opened by pressing "Book" in the lower right corner.
Click the book icon
Click here for Enchantments
Click on an enchantment to view its effects
(WIP. Although I intend to add the table with all Enchants to this section, it can be done later.
6. Other things to consider (will be updated along with other Enchanting-oriented things)
Enchantments match or can be 1 or 2, depending on the weapon's rarity.
Below is a table that lists the rarities of items and their corresponding level of enchantment.
|Rarity||Lowest Enchant Rarity||Highest Enchantment Rate|
I am grateful for those who took the time to read through this guide.
This guide was born out of the frustration of seeing new players without enchanted items.
Thank you Developers! I still enjoy this game even after so many plays.
Thank you, reader, that you are even reading this article. Have a wonderful time and, hopefully!
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