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Name: Virtues of the Seraphim

Type: Armor and Weapon Set

Class: Seraphim

Requirements: Community Patch

 

Set Components:

(Helmet) True Faith

(Armor) Dedication

(Shoulders) Resilience

(Wings Honour

(Arms) Fairness

(Gloves) Protective Hands

(Belt) Austerness

(Legs) Sense of Duty

(Boots) Steadfastness

(Sword) Holy Wrath

(Shield) Patience of Saints

 

Sockets:

Bronze: 1

Silver: 8

Gold: 10

 

Complete Set Bonus:

Survival Bonus +X%(2 items)

Chance to disregard armor +X% (3 items)

Chance for Secondary Effect +X% (4 items)

Combat art range +X% (6 items)

Max. Hitpoints +X (7 items)

All Skills +X (8 items)

 

For more information on the individual pieces of this set visit the following links:

Wiki Page

 

Item Levels:

Silver: 15, 30, 45, 60

Gold: 60, 75, 90, 105

Platinum: 105, 120, 135, 150

Niobium: 150, 165, 180, 195, 210

 

Instructions:

Be sure to back up your existing chest.sacred2chest file before doing anything! Installing this file will overwrite your Shared tab in your player chest.

 

For XP, it's located in:

C:\Documents and Settings\<userID>\My Documents\Saved Games\Ascaron Entertainment\Sacred 2

 

For Vista and Windows 7:

C:\Users\<userID>\Saved Games\Ascaron Entertainment\Sacred 2

 

After you've backed up your chest.sacred2chest file from the above folder, copy the chest.sacred2chest file to your save game directory and restart your game. You can then find the armor in your shared belongings chest. Grab the armor pieces you want and then save your game and exit. You can then restore your normal chest.sacred2chest file to the Sacred 2 folder and restart and continue your game.


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Just wondering if it is possible to take existing standard set items and mod them to fit particular needs, either skill wise or appearance wise? If so, how would I or anyone go about that?

 

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While that does appear to be a nice way to change an item's look, I was referring more to the idea of, if you like a certain type of set, for example, the way the cloth set looks for Seraphim, but you realize it is not as functional as say the Niokaste full set, would you be able to edit in functionality to a full cloth set that otherwise does not have a unique name, like the full white cloth set, and give it stat modifiers for specific parameters, for example, a cloth set (white) that boosts revered technology usage so you didn't have to be limited to default special sets that have the functionality but otherwise didn't quite meet what you wanted appearance wise.

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