Okay, one aspect that you should know about this game is the "Enchant"
system. Once you've started exploring the world, you'll come across these
What are Enchant
They give status boosts / penalties to equipments.
Where to get Enchant Scrolls
dropped by monsters or for the most part, obtained from treasures boxes in
dungeons. Another method is called "extraction", which I will explain in more
Types of Enchant
There are two types: Prefix Scrolls and Suffix
Scrolls. For each equipment, you can have one of each type of enchantment.
For example, I have the prefix scroll "Sharp" and suffix scroll "Wise".
I want to enchant my short sword weapon. After you've successfully enchanted the
weapon, the "Short Sword" turns into "Sharp Short Sword of Wisdom". The Short
Sword gains the attributes from both scrolls on top of the base stats. +2
Critical from Sharp, and +3 Int from Wise (and -10 Str if lightning bolt rank is
C or higher, penalty).
Properties of Enchant
1. Enchant Scrolls in this game have a "Time Limit".
The higher the rank the more time you have. At rank F it's 5hr23m, rank A has
8hr23m, rank 6 has 10hr47m, and rank 1 has 13hr47m. An "expired" scroll is not
2. Enchant Scrolls come in different ranks. For rank F to A, you
can enchant them directly onto the equipment. For rank 9 to 1, you'll need an
existing enchantment to add the new one on to. For example, you have a rank 9
scroll that you wish to enchant your sword with, you can't just enchant it onto
a new sword. You will have to prepare a sword that's already enchanted by a rank
A scroll to overwrite it with. Otherwise, you'll get an error message saying "No
compatible target equipment found". For scrolls with rank 5 and higher (1 being
highest), you will need an enchanter with skills higher than 6 to perform the
action. Otherwise you'll get a message saying "Skill level is too low to perform
3. You can only overwrite scrolls of the same type.
Suffixes with suffixes, prefixes with prefixes.
4. Enchant Scrolls have
"life" bars. A new scroll comes at 100% health. Once you've successfully
enchanted an equipment, the scroll is used up and disappears. If you have failed
on the enchanting process, the scroll will "lose health", and damage the
equipment that you're trying to enchant! The % health lost on the scroll and the
amount of damage done to the equipment depends on the ranking of your "enchant"
skill. The higher rank your enchant is, the less health a scroll loses and the
less damage it does, and your rate of success will increase. Once a scroll
reaches 0% health, it is no longer usable and should be NPCed (for a few
5. The higher rank the scroll is, the lower chance you can
successfully enchant it.
6. Some scrolls can only be used on specific
equipments. Some can only be used on clothings, some can only be used on armors,
some only weapons, etc. The scroll description will tell you the
How to enchant
1. You will
first have to learn the "enchant" skill. The skill is learned automatically once
you've equipped a magic powder (can be found in dungeon treasure boxes). It will
only be "practice" ranking, and you'll need an actual scroll to use the
2. Equip a magic powder on one hand, and the enchant scroll on
3. Use the "enchant" skill, and select an equipment in your
inventory that you wish to enchant.
4. You will see a window displaying
the success %, which asks you to click "OK" to proceed or "cancel" the
5. One magic powder will be consumed per attempt. If you've
failed, you will need another magic powder to try again (assuming that there's
still some health left to the scroll).
Alternatively, you can enchant
without having the skill. This could be done by anyone by right clicking the
enchant scroll and select "use". However, with this method the scroll will
disappear completely if you've failed. You also don't get the success bonus
boost from your int, and the success rate is really low, I think 50% or so. It
will still damage your equipment too if failed.
There are 4 different results you
could get from enchanting.
1. Big Success - Usually yields a better stat
if the scroll has a range, but not always. Doesn't occur often.
2. Success -
As it says. Usually yield the lower spectrum of the range.
3. Fail - Scroll
looses health, and damages is done to the equipment.
4. Fatal Failure -
Scroll looses health, and *usually* LOTS of damage is done to the equipment, but
not always. Doesn't occur often, but surprisingly you'll remember it to be very
often because we all know how much it hurts when you lose half of your weapon's
durability due to this tragedy...
*You will see more of the effects of
big and fatal results when you are using higher rank scrolls. They also occur
more often with higher ranking scrolls.
*When you fail a lv6 and higher
ranking scroll, the target equipment is DESTROYED! This means it DISAPPEARS from
your inventory; you don't get a 0/0
As I mentioned
above, there's a process called "extraction". Extraction is the process where
you extract a scroll (or 2 if there are two) from an existing equipment. Here
are the steps:
1. You will need a fire, set it up using your life skill
with chopped woods.
2. You will need a holy water and an equipment that's
3. You will drag the enchanted equipment and drop it on
top of the fire; an icon will appear and as you let it go you will get a
confirmation window "Proceed with extraction?" "Yes, No".
4. Select yes, and
the equipment will be burnt along with the holy water. If succeeded, you will
yield one of the following:
a) just a magic powder
b) just one
c) a magic powder and a scroll (if the original equipment only had
one, you'll get that scroll with 8hrs; if the original equipment had 2, you'll
get a random one from the 2)
d) 2 scrolls (if there were 2 on the burnt
equipment and you got lucky)
e) a magic powder and 2 scrolls (if there were 2
to begin with)
A few things to keep in mind for extraction:
equipment is gone, you've burnt it.
* Max success rate of extraction is 75%.
Success is defined with results b~e as listed above. a is considered a failure,
as no scrolls are extracted.
* Max success rate is determined by your ranking
of "enchant". 75% is with rank 1; at rank F it's only 25%. As your rank up, the
% goes up. 33% at rank A and 50% at rank 6. It's after rank 5 that you start to
get a huge boost.
* To extract scrolls of rank 5 or higher from an
equipment, you'll need an enchanter with the skill "enchant" of 5th rank or
* Your Int stat raises the
rate of success. Hence magic users are also good enchanters (in general).
Enchant also give int boost when you rank up.
* Maximum % of success is 90%.
Maximum int boost is at int 200. When you have over 200 int, you don't get extra
* On enchant days (Thursdays), you get a % boost from the game. 5% for
the lower ranks. (Don't remember about higher ranks, I think 2% or
* To rank up, you will need to practice the skill by enchanting
repeatedly. Some ranks have almost impossible requirements such as "Fatal
Failing for 400 times" or "Big Success 2000 times". It's extremely tedious to
* Thursdays are the best days to enchant since you get the extra %
boost from the game. Also a good day to sell the scrolls (and powders)
There are different grades of powders that give you a small % boost, but won't
be available until later generations.
* Best way to get started with
enchanting is to loop the first dungeon, Arubi dungeon. You will always get
either a powder or scroll from the treasure box at the end.
* In later
generations, you can hire an enchanter to enchant for you by using a different
type of magic powder, and a trade window will be available for you to pay for
the service. Before the game had this function, too many people were abusing the
system and ran away with equipments, scrolls, and powders. If the hiring system
is not available, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you only let people you trust to
enchant for you, otherwise you risk the chance of your rares being scammed.
Otherwise, this is actually a good profession to make money. I remember some
people charging quite a high fee for their services when I first started
playing, as there's a high demand for them until you reach rank 8 where the
training requires you to pull off 8000 successes and you'll actually have to beg
people to let you enchant things... and pay them instead... (Would someone like
to be my personal enchanter? ;P)
I think I covered most of it. Post any
questions you have or if you've spotted confusing parts of this guide. Feel free
to edit it into wiki format. For a list of different enchant scrolls, you could
visit wikis for the other versions of this game but I highly recommend gathering
information from our client as they might be different and many won't be
* All the above information is
from personal memory from playing the game, although most of it I read from
other wikis a long time ago. Some terms may be different when the game is
released, as I have no clue how Nexon USA will translate them.