Empowerment is a feature that relies heavily on RNG and can be started once equipment is fully reinforced.
This feature allows you to gain a large stat boost for each level of Empowerment achieved.
Empowering costs Gold, Ore, and Monster Materials relative to the Tier of the item as well as the Empowerment level you are attempting.
The Ore required changes every two Empower levels, starting with Orthoclase and rotating through Skasix until it starts back at Orthoclase again. This means that Empower 1 and 2 require Orthoclase, while Empower 13 and 14 would also require Orthoclase.
The Monster Materials required changes every four Empower levels. This means the first four Empower levels will require the Monster Material of the first monster in that tier, and the next set of four Empower levels will require the Monster Material of the second monster in that tier.
The information below will show you what is gained per Empowerment Level.
|Empowerment Level||Stats Gained|
|10+||+1% All Stat|
Each level past 10 also gives +1% All Stat. All Stat gives a percentage boost to Savagery, Fortitude, Pierce, Armor and Speed.
Whenever you fail an Empowerment, you gain Precognitive Dust, which can be used to increase the success chance of Empowerment.
You gain an amount of Precognitive Dust on a failure relative to the Tier of the equipment and level of Empowerment you are attempting.
The cost in Dust to increase success chance is also relative to the Tier of the equipment and level of Empowerment you are attempting.
Whenever you use Dust, you also increase the cost of the Empowerment. The more success rate that you add, the higher the cost will be.
If you use Dust and still fail, your Dust will not be consumed and you will gain more Dust from the failure. Once you succeed, any Dust used will be consumed.
Success Rate & Cost
As a starter tip, VIP gives a +5% success bonus to empowerment, applied the same as reinforcements. So, your 5% success chance for Empower 25 becomes a 10% success chance!
|Level||Success %||Cost (x)||Ore|