Item Infusion

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Overview

  • Item infusion is the process of infusing items with a particular type of energy, replacing some of it's composite mundane material with more exotic substances.
  • The advantages of infusing items is that some of the properties of the item are derived from the materials from which it's composed. Most notably:
    • Colour.
    • Weight (Usually a reduction).
    • Durability (Usually an increase, making infused items less breakable).
    • Defensive and offensive properties of armour/weapons.
    • Flammability (Usually a reduction).
    • Does NOT currently affect weapon damage types (Order Infusion will not cause an iron sword to do order damage, it will however cause it to do *more* damage because Lexoth is a sturdier material than iron).
  • Some items such as Pibrits, and Eolian Anklets have other properties partially derived from their material composition. (Anklets give bigger boost when chaos infused but also drain more sp. Pibrits restore much sp/end/hp when infused with anything).

Broad infusion types available to players

Chaotic

  • Results in items partially composed of xorakas.
  • POEE can infuse items by channeling certain energy types
  • Some empathic bonds give access to a charm. Pyx? I don't know.
  • Spending time in the Exoma can incur many different random events, many of which are quite dangerous. At least one of these events will result in held/worn/inventory items being partially chaos infused. (Interestingly, this has been known to infuse things which shouldn't be infusable)
  • Vials of Lanmorathic poured on items will infuse to an extent.
  • Some weapons are known to destroy objects of chaos on contact. This may include items composed partially/primarily of xorakas.

Ordered

Goetic

Sephirotic

  • Results in items partially composed of kedusham.
  • Oldschool clerics could bless items. Maybe not possible anymore.
  • Elicat consorts maybe? probably just my imagination.

Qlippotic

  • Results in items partially composed of qlippotam.
  • Reapers placing items on their altars and invoking Kragath has been known to infuse.

Fire

  • Results in items partially composed of pyrax.
  • OIA can do this. maybe an empathic bond or two?
  • POEE can manage this with luck and the right channel types.

Smoke

  • Results in items partially composed of typhax.
  • OIA do this one too.

Heat

  • Results in items partially composed of thermak.
  • it's a fire-related energy... OIA strikes again!

Air

  • Results in items partially composed of aerilax.
  • POEE can manage this with luck and the right channel types.

Water

  • Results in items partially composed of aquarax.
  • POEE can manage this with luck and the right channel types.

Shadow

  • This is not infusable by players. However, gear can be purchased in Sinbyen that is already so infused.
  • The equipment is 20% skiarax

Entropy

  • Results in items partially composed of negarax.
  • Carrion Bird bonds get a general-use infusion power in addition to their arrow powers.
  • POEE can manage this with luck and the right channel types.

Extropy

  • Results in items partially composed of vivax.
  • POEE can manage this with luck and the right channel types.

Limited infusions

  • Some powers are capable of infusing only particular types of objects. These also tend to effect the effects of things, such as carrion bird's exploring entropy arrows.
  • Note that these infusions change damage types and in some cases, change the amount of uses an item has due to the arrow exploding into damaging energy upon contact or otherwise.

Entropy

  • Carrion bird consorts can add entropy to the material composition of arrows.

Qlippotic

  • Panther consorts can add qlippotam to the material of small thrown objects. probably.
  • Qlippotam, just like above

Light

  • Swan consorts can weave light into arrows, adding luminax to their composition.

Derp I dunno

  • specific targets
  • sources
  • material type
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