Hey everyone. Today I will be explaining the complete system of the new Lunagems. Later this week, I will also be going over the new update in Korea, so keep your eyes open for that!

Anyways, let’s get into it.

The New Lunagems

Briefly Explained

Much of this may tie over from my previous article on this subject. If you have not read it, I’d suggest for you to go and check it out! It contains lots of info that is needed to understand the subject at hand in this article.

With this next update, XL will introduce a new series of PvP gems, which hold the much of the same stats as the gems that are currently obtainable from the Honor shop. These gems will never fail to socket, and as such will have an 100% chance to go in, and will never break your other gems that already in there. But, as a result of these new gems having no failure chance, the cost of gemming them, in both gold and labor, will be exponentially higher than that of gems currently in the game. The gold cost will depend on the tier of lunagems that you use and the item level of the item that you are socketing, as well as the regrade level of the item you are using the Lunagems on.

These new Lunagems will be tradeable, as well as auctionable. You will also be able to put the new Lunagems into weapons with already existing Lunagems socketed in there.

That being said, some of the stats will be improved, or even nerfed, depending on which Lunagems we are looking at. That will be covered in-depth later in this article.

 

Where can these Lunagems be Socketed?

Item Red Brown Blue Green Yellow Pink
One-Handed Weapons/Bows Melee Critical Damage
Ranged Critical Damage
Magic Critical Damage
Critical Heal Bonus
Defense Penetration
Magic Defense Penetration
    Focus    
Two-Handed Weapons   Melee Critical Damage
Ranged Critical Damage
Magic Critical Damage
Critical Heal Bonus
Defense Penetration
Magic Defense Penetration
  Focus    
Instrument         Attack Speed
Casting Time
 
Shield     Maximum Health Increase   Shield Block Rate  
Chest     Melee Damage Reduction
Ranged Damage Reduction
Magic Damage Reduction
Resilience    
Pants     Melee Damage Reduction
Ranged Damage Reduction
Magic Damage Reduction
Toughness    
Helmet       Toughness
(Hero Reward)
Melee Critical Rate
Ranged Critical Rate
Magic Critical Rate
Heal Critical Rate
 
Feet       Resilience Movement Speed  
Hands       Focus Melee Parry Rate  
Sleeves            
Waist           Auroria Gems
Underwear         Attack Speed
Cast Time
 
All (Excluding Weapons / Bow) Melee Attack
Ranged Attack
Magic Attack
Healing Power
  Defense
Magic Defense
     

Stats of the New Lunagems

In the tables below, you will find the stats of the new Lunagems.

Stat cell with a blank background means that this Lunagem is new, a cell with a green background means that this value has improved from its alike predecessor, yellow means that the gem’s stat values have remained the same, while red means that the Lunagem’s stat values have been nerfed.

Tier 1

Item Effect Stat
T1 Red Lunagem: Melee Melee Attack 3.5
T1 Red Lunagem: Ranged Ranged Attack 3.5
T1 Red Lunagem: Magic Magic Attack 2.8
T1 Red Lunagem: Healing Healing Power 2.8
T1 Red Lunagem: Flesh Melee Critical Damage 2.8%
T1 Red Lunagem: Living Ranged Critical Damage 2.8%
T1 Red Lunagem: Slaughter Magic Critical Damage 2.8%
T1 Red Lunagem: Mercy Critical Heal Bonus  2.8%
T1 Red Lunagem: Pierce Defense Penetration 32
T1 Red Lunagem: Breakthrough Magic Defense Penetration 32
T1 Brown Lunagem: Flesh Melee Critical Damage 3.5%
T1 Brown Lunagem: Living Ranged Critical Damage 3.5%
T1 Brown Lunagem: Slaughter Magical Critical Damage Increase 3.5%
T1 Brown Lunagem: Critical Heal Bonus 3.5%
T1 Brown Lunagem: Pierce Defense Penetration 40
T1 Brown Lunagem: Breakthrough Magic Defense Penetration 40
T1 Blue Lunagem: Defense Defense 59
T1 Blue Lunagem: M Def Magic Defense 59
T1 Blue Lunagem: Life Increased Maximum Health 220
T1 Blue Lunagem: Protect Melee Damage Reduction 0.6%
T1 Blue Lunagem: Ashes Ranged Damage Reduction 0.6%
T1 Blue Lunagem: Guard Magic Damage Reduction 0.6%
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Casting Decreased Cast Time 0.6%
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Rapid Attack Speed 7
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Barrier Shield Block Rate 1.1%
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Flesh Melee Critical Rate 1%
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Living Ranged Critical Rate 1%
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Slaughter Magic Critical Rate 1%
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Stone Healing Critical Rate 1%
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Run Increased Movement Speed 1.8%
T1 Yellow Lunagem: Block Melee Parry Rate 1.2%
T1 Green Lunagem: Focus(1H) Focus 143
T1 Green Lunagem: Focus (2H) Focus 179
T1 Green Lunagem: Toughness Toughness 224
T1 Green Lunagem: Resilience Resilience 367
T1 Pink Lunagem: Battlerage Increases Triple Slash Damage 2%
T1 Pink Lunagem: Witchcraft Increases Mitigation Duration 0.4
T1 Pink Lunagem: Defense Increases healing recieved from Revitilizing Cheer 15%
T1 Pink Lunagem: Auramancy Increases Inspired duration 0.4
T1 Pink Lunagem: Occultism Increases Stillness duration 0.2
T1 Pink Lunagem: Archery Increases Piercing Shot Damage 2%
T1 Pink Lunagem: Sorcery Decreases Frigid Tracks Cast Time 10%
T1 Pink Lunagem: Shadowplay Increases Rapid Strike Damage 2%
T1 Pink Lunagem: Songcraft Decreases Startling Strain Cooldown 2%
T1 Pink Lunagem: Vitalism Increases healing from Fervent Healing 2%

Tier 2

Item Effect Stat
T2 Red Lunagem: Melee Melee Attack 5
T2 Red Lunagem: Ranged Ranged Attack 5
T2 Red Lunagem: Magic Magic Attack 4
T2 Red Lunagem: Healing Healing Power 4
T2 Red Lunagem: Flesh Melee Critical Damage 4%
T2 Red Lunagem: Living Ranged Critical Damage 4%
T2 Red Lunagem: Slaughter Magic Critical Damage 4%
T2 Red Lunagem: Mercy Critical Heal Bonus 4%
T2 Red Lunagem: Pierce Defense Penetration 60
T2 Red Lunagem: Breakthrough Magic Defense Penetration 60
T2 Brown Lunagem: Flesh Melee Critical Damage 5%
T2 Brown Lunagem: Living Ranged Critical Damage 5%
T2 Brown Lunagem: Slaughter Magical Critical Damage Increase 5%
T2 Brown Lunagem: Critical Heal Bonus 5%
T2 Brown Lunagem:  Pierce Defense Penetration 75
T2 Brown Lunagem: Breakthrough Magic Defense Penetration 75
T2 Blue Lunagem: Defense Defense 85
T2 Blue Lunagem: M Def Magic Defense 85
T2 Blue Lunagem: Life Increased Maximum Health 315
T2 Blue Lunagem: Protect Melee Damage Reduction 0.8%
T2 Blue Lunagem: Ashes Ranged Damage Reduction 0.8%
T2 Blue Lunagem: Guard Magic Damage Reduction 0.8%
T2 Yellow Lunagem: Casting Decreased Cast Time 0.9%
T2 Yellow Lunagem: Rapid Attack Speed 10
T2 Yellow Lunagem: Barrier Shield Block Rate 1.4%
T2 Yellow Lunagem: Flesh Melee Critical Rate 1.5%
T2 Yellow Lunagem: Living Ranged Critical Rate 1.5%
T2 Yellow Lunagem: Slaughter Magic Critical Rate 1.5%
T2 Yellow Lunagem: Stone Healing Critical Rate 1.5%
T2 Yellow Lunagem: run Increased Movement Speed 2.6%
T2 Yellow Lunagem: Block Melee Parry Rate 1.6%
T2 Green Lunagem: Mastery (1H) Focus 205
T2 Green Lunagem: Mastery (2H) Focus 256
T2 Green Lunagem: Experienced Toughness 320
T2 Green Lunagem: Flexible Resilience 480
T2 Pink Lunagem: Battlerage Increases Triple Slash Damage 3%
T2 Pink Lunagem: Witchcraft Increases Mitigation Duration 0.6
T2 Pink Lunagem: Defense Increases healing recieved from Revitilizng Cheer 20%
T2 Pink Lunagem: Auramancy Increases Inspired duration 0.7
T2 Pink Lunagem: Occultism Increases Stillness duration 0.3
T2 Pink Lunagem: Archery Increases Piercing Shot Damage 3%
T2 Pink Lunagem: Sorcery Decreases Frigid Tracks Cast Time 15%
T2 Pink Lunagem: Shadowplay Increases Rapid Strike Damage 3%
T2 Pink Lunagem: Songcraft Decreases Startling Strain Cooldown 3%
T2 Pink Lunagem: Vitalism Increases healing from Fervent Healing 3%

What Happens to Old Lunagems

You will no longer be able to obtain the Lunagems that you previously were able to obtain in the Honor Shop, the Loyalty Store, the Prestige Store, or that were crafted with old methods. That being said, the Hero Gems will still be obtainable for the Helmet, and the Prestige Gems seem to also still be obtainable. Also, the Hero Gems now are 300 Toughness instead of 176 Toughness.

As for old, non-socketed Lunagems that you had in your inventory before: You can either keep them as keepsakes from older times, or you can break them down for 50 Labor. With Honor Lunagems, you will receive the amount of Honor that you paid for them. For example, for an Honor Lunagem that gave 480 Toughness, you would receive 770 Honor for breaking it down. For crafted Lunagems, you will receive Lunarite. So for example, for the Blue Lunagems that grant 20 Defense, you will receive 1 Superior Wave Lunarite. Also, Prestige gems can be broken down for 100 Prestige.

That being said, with those old Lunagems, such as the ones Crafted or those from the Honor Store, you will not be able to socket them any longer.

Where to Produce the New Lunagems

The method to producing the new Lunagems is a new process that is unlike those which preceded it in terms of Lunagems. The material used in producing these new Lunagems depends on the level of the item, as well as what probability of socketing you want. You can check the materials you will need by adding the base items into the UI windows.

In our first image, we see a series of buttons, which are present at the bottom of a player’s inventory. By clicking on the button that takes us into the Regrade and Socketing menu, we obtain the interface seen in the second image. This new interface is where a player produces the new Lunagem.

At the top of the interface, the player inserts a certain number of Base Materials, which I will cover in a later section. After that, he will get a little list of materials needed for his desired Lunagem, which is shown in the middle upper section.

The bottom section, with the darker, empty squares, shows the Success Chance when socketing the Lunagem that the player is about to produce. This is shown and explained in-depth in my previous article on these new Lunagems.

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Materials

Flux Stones

The first of the Base Materials are called Flux Stones. For every type of the new Lunagem, depending on that Lunagem’s color, you will need a corresponding Flux Stone. These Flux Stones can be purchased from the Prestige Store for 20 Prestige per Flux Stone in a guild of level 1 or higher

Below is a table that explains each Flux Stone.

Icon Name Explanation
Attachment image Red Flux Stone Used in the crafting of the new Red Lunagems, these Red Flux Stone are needed for the crafting of all Red Lunagems.
Attachment image Brown
Flux Stone
Used in the crafting of the new Brown Lunagems, these Brown Flux Stone are needed for the crafting of all Brown Lunagems.
Attachment image Yellow
Flux Stone
Used in the crafting of the new Yellow Lunagems, these Yellow Flux Stone are needed for the crafting of all Yellow Lunagems.
Attachment image Pink
Flux Stone
Used in the crafting of the new Pink Lunagems, these Pink Flux Stone are needed for the crafting of all Pink Lunagems.
Attachment image Green
Flux Stone
Used in the crafting of the new Green Lunagems, these Green Flux Stone are needed for the crafting of all Green Lunagems.
Attachment image Blue
Flux Stone
Used in the crafting of the new Blue Lunagems, these Blue Flux Stone are needed for the crafting of all Blue Lunagems.

The Catalyst Stone

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The Catalyst Stone is the other Base Material that is used in the production of the new Lunagems.

It can be bought from the General Merchant for 10 Gold.

Crafting Recipes

There are four total kinds of recipes for each color of Lunagem, two for Tier 1 Lunagems, and two for Tier 2 Lunagems. Below are those recipes for each color of Lunagem.

You will notice that some of the recipes contain materials called Crystals. The method to obtaining these materials is listed in the section after this one.

Red Lunagems

Flux Stone Type Flux Stones Required Crafting Materials Proficiency Probability Socketing Result
Red Flux Stone 1 2 Fine Fire Lunarite
6 Anya Ingot
0 Failure: 30%
Success: 70%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Red Flux Stone 2 2 Fine Fire Lunarite
10 Charcoal Stabilizer
6 Anya Ingot
0 Failure: 0%
Success: 100%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Red Flux Stone 3 18 Fine Fire Lunarite
10 Anya Ingot
50000 Success: 40%
Great Success: 60%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2
Red Flux Stone 4 18 Fine Fire Lunarite
30 Charcoal Stabilizer
1 Anya Ingot
1 T1 Red Lunagem
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 0%
Great Success: 100%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2

Blue Lunagems

Flux Stone Type Flux Stones Required Smelting material Proficiency Probability Socketing Result
Blue Flux Stone 1 2 Fine Wave Lunarite
6 Anya Ingot
0 Failure: 30%
Success: 70%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Blue Flux Stone 2 2 Fine Wave Lunarite
10 Charcoal Stabilizer
6 Anya Ingot
0 Failure: 0%
Success: 100%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Blue Flux Stone 3 18 Fine Wave Lunarite
10 Anya Ingot
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 40%
Great Success: 60%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2
Blue Flux Stone 4 18 Fine Wave Lunarite
30 Charcoal Stabilizer
1 Anya Ingot
1 T1 Blue Lunagem
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 0%
Great Success: 100%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2

Green Lunagems

Flux Stone Type Flux Stones Required Crafting Materials Proficiency Success Probability Socketing Result
Green Flux Stone 1 2 Fine Fire Lunarite
6 Green Crystal
0 Failure: 30%
Success: 70%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Green Flux Stone 2 2 Fine Fire Lunarite
10 Charcoal Stabilizer
6 Green Crystal
0 Failure: 0%
Success: 100%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Green Flux Stone 3 18 Fine Fire Lunarite
10 Green Crystal
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 40%
Great Success: 60%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2
Green Flux Stone 4 18 Fine Fire Lunarite
30 Charcoal Stabilizer
10 Green Crystal
1 T1 Green Lunagem
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 0%
Great Success: 100%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2

Yellow Lunagems

Flux Stone Type Flux Stones Required Crafting Materials Proficiency Probability Socketing Result
Yellow Flux Stone 1 2 Brown Crystal
6 Yellow Crystal
0 Failure: 30%
Success: 70%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Yellow Flux Stone 2 2 Brown Crystal
10 Charcoal Stabilizer
6 Yellow Crystal
0 Failure: 0%
Success: 100%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Yellow Flux Stone 3 18 Brown Crystal
10 Yellow Crystal
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 40%
Great Success: 60%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2
Yellow Flux Stone 4 18 Brown Crystal
30 Charcoal Stabilizer
10 Yellow Crystal
1 T1 Yellow Lunagem
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 0%
Great Success: 100%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2

Brown Lunagems

Flux Stone Type Flux Stones Required Crafting Materials Proficiency Probability Socketing Result
Brown Flux Stone 1 2 Brown Crystal
6 Anya Ingot
0 Failure: 30%
Success: 70%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Brown Flux Stone 2 2 Brown Crystal
10 Charcoal Stabilizer
6 Anya Ingot
0 Failure: 0%
Success: 100%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Brown Flux Stone 3 18 Brown Crystal
10 Anya Ingot
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 40%
Great Success: 60%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2
Brown Flux Stone 4 18 Brown Crystal
30 Charcoal Stabilizer
10 Anya Ingot
1 T1 Brown Lunagem
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 0%
Great Success: 100%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2

Pink Lunagems

Flux Stone Type Flux Stones Required Crafting Materials Proficiency Probability Socketing Result
Pink Flux Stone 1 2 Fine Fire Lunarite
60 Lord’s Pence
0 Failure: 30%
Success: 70%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Pink Flux Stone 2 2 Fine Fire Lunarite
10 Charcoal Stabilizer
60 Lord’s Pence
0 Failure: 0%
Success: 100%
Great Success: 0%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired T1 Lunagem
Pink Flux Stone 3 18 Fine Fire Lunarite
1 Lord’s Coin
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 40%
Great Success: 60%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2
Pink Flux Stone 4 18 Fine Fire Lunarite
30 Charcoal Stabilizer
1 Lord’s Coin
1 T1 Pink Lunagem
50000 Failure: 0%
Success: 0%
Great Success: 100%
Failure: Catalyst Stone
Success: Desired Lunagem at T1
Great Success: Desired Lunagem at T2

Obtaining Crystals

Name Explanation Where to Obtain
Green Crystal Used in the crafting of Green Lunagems. Honor Store (600 Honor)
Yellow Crystal Used in the crafting of Yellow Lunagems. Mistsong Gardens
Brown Crystal Used in the crafting of Brown and Yellow Lunagems. Metal Box, Larcency Crates
Fine Wave Lunarite Used in the crafting of Blue Lunagems. Metal Box, Larcency Crates
Fine Fire Lunarite Used in the crafting of Green and Pink Lunagems. Metal Box, Larcency Crates

The Crystals listed are tradeable and auctionable.

That concludes it for today’s article. Hope you guys enjoyed it!

If you have any questions or remarks, please be sure to leave them in the Comment section below. I’ll be sure to answer them to the best of my ability!

The next article will be the translated Patch Notes for Patch 3.7, and will probably be released tomorrow, so keep your eyes open for that as well!

44 Responses

  1. Elendriss

    Old gems that remain, are their rates being nerfed to the new values. OR will they remain as is with higher values than will be possible after this change?

    Reply
    • Mark

      Old gems that remain UNSOCKETED cannot be used as long as they are from Mistsong/Loyalty, are Crafted, or are from the Honor Store.

      Old gems that are SOCKETED remain in there, and are untouched in terms of stats. You CAN insert the new Lunagems in a mix with the old Lunagems that were ALREADY in the item BEFORE.

      Reply
      • Vaz

        So does this mean that players with 3% parry gems will now, for the time being, be much farther ahead in terms of parry rate then those, say , on fresh start server? Will those 3% parry gems be nerfed down to the new maximum amount?

  2. Simon

    Can you confirm the ability to socket bows with crit damage gems? As your table would indicate.

    Reply
      • Mark

        There is a special method to doing so without actually logging onto the Korean client that I am not ready to divulge as of yet.

  3. Guzimuzzi

    so if i get this right t3 gems are going to be completly out of the game? ther are just t1 and t2 gems and the t2 gems are slightly transformed to the “new” t3 gems?

    BUT: if you now socket your stuff with phisic defense you get 100.
    and later with 3.5 you get 85.. so its no longer possible to get 100 physic def
    exept doing it now… ^^

    and they just fucked up the lunarite event… ^^ gz trino

    Reply
  4. Papillon

    Thanks again for your work. Was wondering if the new pant -%dmgtype gems would be viable (for maybe arena sets or something), but doesn’t appear so.

    Reply
  5. Roove

    Hello,

    I have several fairly specific questions so if you don’t know that’s fine but if you do know I would love to know as well.

    1) Hero Gems are changing from 176 toughness to 300. Do you know if this applies retroactively? (Have 6 in helmet and 7 in bank).

    2)”T2 Pink Lunagem: Sorcery Decreases Frigid Tracks Cast Time 15%”
    I haven’t done the math but this seems worse than the current -.x cast time. In the event that the current – frigid track cast time gems are better, would we even be able to craft the current type in 3.5?

    That question doesn’t seem to matter as you have stated “Old gems that remain UNSOCKETED cannot be used as long as they are from Mistsong/Loyalty, are Crafted, or are from the Honor Store.”

    so even if we try to craft/store up -.x frigid track gems now as we would not be able to socket them later correct?

    3) It’s stated that honor gems can be reverted into honor and gem types like +def can be reverted back for wave lunarite. what would the reversion be for the class specific type of wrist/belt gems be? (Ex: -.x frigid tracks cast time belt gem)

    Thank you very much for your time and efforts.

    Reply
    • Roove

      p.s.
      from your last post on gems. not sure if has been updated.
      “A new item will be introduced that will remove all existing gems from an item upon usage and that will let the player then re-obtain those gems …. This item will be available from the Honor Shop. XL has not yet revealed how much Honor it will cost. ”

      in KR this item costs 2,400 honor
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KRA6Xnk3lo&feature=youtu.be&t=4m35s
      also from same video you can gem +atk into your helmet, though i dont think that would be ideal

      Reply
  6. TerroDragon

    What happens to normal and superior wave/fire lunarite since you only need fine now?

    Whats with the gale/earth lunarite like finesse, impenetrable?

    Are you sure you cant socket old gems? Not even trough opening the gem menu first and dragging them in.

    Reply
  7. AndromedaDelux

    Is there a reason you didn’t list belt class gem options or do they not exist?

    Reply
    • Mark

      Belt gems count as WAIST gems. It is included in there.

      On the other hand, Sleeves no longer have individual gems.

      Reply
  8. Tibilor

    what happens to the materials you need for lunaritecrafting?.. gale lunarite & superior/fine gale lunarite? earth lunarite & superior/fine gale lunarite?

    are those mats convertable to some “new” stuff or labor or whatever or is it just become useless? cause then they would kind of have to remove it from aa. cause you need this stuff only for handycraft gem crafting…

    btw.. what happens to handycraft? the whole gem crafting can now be done by everybody as i get this new system. are the 3 crafting tabs just out of the handycraft where you could craft the auroria and the reinforged gems?

    r.i.p. handycraft

    Reply
    • Mark

      1. No idea. That is something I haven’t been able to find out yet.

      2. Handicrafts are now just for Jewelry and that 50k proficiency for the T2 gems. RIP Handicrafts.

      Reply
  9. dunzimehu

    thx again for all the effort.

    so if i get this right its not possible anymore to gem attack speed into your bow (for example stat bow for melee’s). also its not possible to gem in flat dmg (melee dmg) anymore. but now you can soket melee crit dmg and focus inside the bow.

    that will give a interesting mix of gems if you can keep the once you allready have…

    Reply
  10. Dust

    Hi it seems that there is a huge amount of content and changes ganna be going on in 3.5 based on ur note. So my question is, would all of this be released in 1 patch at the release day or would it be divided like 3.5a/3.5b

    Reply
    • Mark

      All of the content UP UNTIL THIS LATEST PATCH (The latest patch includes the Gem update) are going to be released with 3.5.

      Everything with this gem patch and after will be either 3.5B or after.

      Reply
  11. Apricot

    Hey Mark, thanks for everything that you have done for the community ! We really appreciate it.

    Is it possible to extract even hero lunascales using the new extraction item and keep it in our inventory?

    Thanks !

    Reply
  12. Alex

    Just wondering what the breakdown of 220 Loyalty Lunagems will grant with the patch? Will it grant loyalty or will it grant lunarite equivalent to that of the cost to craft them or what will it give?
    Thank you.

    Reply
    • Mark

      No idea. My hypothesis is that they grant Yellow Crystals, but don’t take my word on that.

      Reply
  13. Crutheo

    I dont know if im missing something but “For crafted Lunagems, you will receive Lunarite. So for example, for the Blue Lunagems that grant 20 Defense, you will receive 1 Superior Wave Lunarite”, what do i do with that “Superior Wave Lunarite”, its not in any of the recipes? Or can i convert it to fine wave lunarit somehow?

    Reply
    • Mark

      As I said in some of my other replies, I have no idea what will be done with Superior Wave Lunarite. We’ll just have to wait and see.

      Reply
  14. Nemesis

    What happened to the other Auroria lunagems? I see only some of them as there were 2 types for every class.

    Reply
      • Nodoze

        If we have the Sleeve gems already socketed in some gear will we be able to keep them in that piece ?

      • Mark

        You will be able to keep them in that piece, but if you remove them, you will not be able to socket them again.

      • Nemesis

        The songcraft gem you have linked is the wrists startling strain one… The eternal gem gives increased duration to zeal which, for a cleric, is extremely helpful.

      • Mark

        Contrary to popular belief, I’m not a dev and have nothing to do with the development of the game. (The dev part is a joke)

        On a serious note, there is no reason to complain to me as I cannot change it. Complain to the devs, not to me. It is not my decision. I am just a translator translating official info from Korean to English.

        Don’t kill the messenger!

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