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Astral and Shadow embroidered equipment

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Explorer
Jul 26, 2012
51
Most of you are probably familiar with the special variety of Wizard City equipment that is embroidered with casting symbols of the seven "main" schools of magic. They are dropped by bosses and enemies from Krokotopia to Mooshu and are popular among players of all levels for stitching.

We've had four new schools of magic introduced since the first story arc and each new school came with its own new casting symbol. So why not add sets of Wizard City equipment embroidered with casting symbols for the astral and Shadow schools?

Sun, Moon, and Star-embroidered gear could be dropped by enemies and bosses from Celestia to Azteca because the second arc introduced us to astral magic.

Shadow-embroidered gear, meanwhile, could be dropped by enemies and bosses starting in Khrysalis and continue to be dropped by enemies and bosses in the worlds of the third arc.

It's always nice to have more options when dressing up our wizards, and this could give mid/high leveled collectors some new unique equipment to hunt for.


Mastermind
Nov 08, 2015
387
Tanner Silver on May 29, 2017 wrote:
Most of you are probably familiar with the special variety of Wizard City equipment that is embroidered with casting symbols of the seven "main" schools of magic. They are dropped by bosses and enemies from Krokotopia to Mooshu and are popular among players of all levels for stitching.

We've had four new schools of magic introduced since the first story arc and each new school came with its own new casting symbol. So why not add sets of Wizard City equipment embroidered with casting symbols for the astral and Shadow schools?

Sun, Moon, and Star-embroidered gear could be dropped by enemies and bosses from Celestia to Azteca because the second arc introduced us to astral magic.

Shadow-embroidered gear, meanwhile, could be dropped by enemies and bosses starting in Khrysalis and continue to be dropped by enemies and bosses in the worlds of the third arc.

It's always nice to have more options when dressing up our wizards, and this could give mid/high leveled collectors some new unique equipment to hunt for.

Yup, I agree. I think it would be really good for the game if new stylish gear got added that has school symbols on it.

Champion
Mar 05, 2012
452
wow, great idea

suns, moons, stars, and shadows - I love it the Fashionable Wizard could use some new looks Indeed. Plus having something fun/new to farm for.

Champion
Mar 25, 2011
420
Definitely a unique idea! We've seen some star decorated clothes in the crown shop that are farmable from some instances, but having some other gear designed after the other schools would give many players looking for a new flair something to look forward to!

Hope to see you all in the Spiral!
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