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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Rituals With The Souls

I been using this technique in upgrading my items ever since I got the guts to upgrade my armor and weapon pieces at server Titan. I am not saying this technique really works but it worked for me. One of the user of the many users of this technique in game is Megrez. He use to be my AGM at my first Guild BlueGuards and then he became my Battle Master at Gateazul to fix some bugs everytime we have a guild war.

First step prepare items at level 6 at the lower right corner of your inventory. prepare Jewel of Souls on top of it about 3 pieces.

Second, gaze at your dragon wings or any item that is at level 3 or 4.

Third, every time it turns at its lightest color (I use Dragon wings and I base it on the nerves), pick up the Jewel of Soul and then drop it on the item to be upgraded the second time around it gets to the same color.

Do the same timing till level 9. And must be continuous. Do not upgrade one at a time. Prepare all ingredients and upgrade to the fullest (+9).

Warning: This is my personal ritual and is not certified by the game masters. And do not blame me if you don't get it. ^^ At my rate this 80% effective.

On my next post it will about the Jewel of Life.... Good Luck Mutizens

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