The city of Bramunez is a leader in science and technology, and every specialist who wants to survive the dangers of Curtis Castle would be wise to make sure their gear is the best that coin can buy.
Food, potions and equipment will keep you alive. Reagents, raw materials and enchanting supplies will allow you to make your own items and improve the ones you have already. Finally, fashion items and accessories will make sure you're looking your best while cutting a pathway of death and destruction through the castle halls. Be sure to travel light, though. Carrying too much can slow you down and it always hurts to have to destroy something of value in order to make room for the new item you just found.
The most fundamental items within any specialist's bags do one of two things: turn your enemies into a bloody mess in short order or prevent them from doing the same to you. Your gear is the weapon you use and the armor you wear. Weapons are all unique to the one character or another, but all other equipment slots can be filled by whatever you find or craft.
Each specialist has their own preference, of course. Frantz favors bulky pieces of plate armor that protect against physical attacks but leave him susceptible to magical assaults. Angela is the opposite, favoring cloth armor that doesn't slow her down or interfere with her spell casting, but offers little protection against a Butcher's clever. Tude prefers light yet sturdy leather that keeps him quick on his feet but still allows him to shake off the occasional punch. Knowing when to stick to your preferred armor and when it's worth it to equip an item of a different category separates the experienced specialists from the novices.
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Style and fashion have always been important aspects of life in the big city, and just because you spend most of your day neck-deep in monsters as you battle from one side of Curtis Castle to the other doesn't mean you can't do it in style.
Use fashion items you find in game or craft yourself to distinguish you from the other citizens of Bramunez. Styles range from the classy and elegant to the flashy and scandalous and even the downright bizarre. Which will suit you?
Pulling the shirts and helmets off of fallen enemies isn't the only way to acquire new gear. Many shopkeepers and craftsmen of Bramunez are more than happy to forge your weapons and armor, brew your potions and even cook your food, provided you bring them the raw materials and a bit of coin.
Raw materials can be found and purchased from other merchants or players. The more bold seekers of raw materials can seek out the blacksmith Ruska. In the basement forge of his unassuming shop lies a device known only as the Dismantler. Feed it items you don't plan on using and it will break them down to their base components, just be careful not to lose a finger!