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Morph Set









Item Types Armour & Accessories
Min. Level 100
Obtained Loot Chests
Components Morph-Topaz (Level 12)
Morph-Gold (Level 25)
Morph-Emerald (Level 37)
Morph-Iron (Level 50)
Morph-Ruby (Level 62)
Morph-Steel (Level 75)
Morph-Amethyst (Level 87)
Morph-Stardust (Level 100)


The Morph Set is an item set consisting of armour and accessories intended to be collected gradually from the start of a class all the way to level 100. All pieces can be acquired from Loot Chests.

Statistics[]

The Morph Set is composed of the following pieces:

Icon Item Lv. Min Requirements Health Elemental Defense Slots Identifications

Morph-Stardust 100 47 in all skills +3250 +60 in all elements 3
  • +5 in all skills
  • +1/4s Mana Regen
  • +5% to +20% Walk Speed
  • +60 to +260 Health Regen
  • +60 to +260 Neutral Spell Damage
  • +59 to +254 Main Attack Neutral Damage

Morph-Steel 75 35 in all skills +1750 +40 in all elements 3
  • +4 in all skills
  • +5% to +20% Fire Defense
  • +5% to +20% Water Defense
  • +5% to +20% Air Defense
  • +5% to +20% Thunder Defense
  • +5% to +20% Earth Defense

Morph-Iron 50 22 in all skills +600 +20 in all elements 3
  • +3 in all skills
  • +5% to +20% Fire Damage
  • +5% to +20% Water Damage
  • +5% to +20% Air Damage
  • +5% to +20% Thunder Damage
  • +5% to +20% Earth Damage

Morph-Gold 25 10 in all skills +150 +5 in all elements 3
  • +2 in all skills
  • +5% to +20% Health Regen
  • +1/4s Mana Regen
  • +3% to +13% Main Attack Damage
  • +3% to +13% Spell Damage
  • +3% to +13% Walk Speed

Morph-Topaz 12 4 in all skills - - -
  • +1 in all skills
  • +2% to +10% XP Bonus

Morph-Emerald 37 16 in all skills +50 - -
  • +1 in all skills
  • +2% to +10% Loot Bonus

Morph-Amethyst 87 41 in all skills +255 - -
  • +1 in all skills
  • +3% to +13% Soul Point Regen

Morph-Ruby 62 29 in all skills +175 - -
  • +1 in all skills
  • +2% to +7% Stealing

Set Bonuses[]

When multiple pieces of the Morph Set are worn at the same time, the following set bonuses are applied:

Identification 1-Piece Bonus 2-Piece Bonus 3-Piece Bonus 4-Piece Bonus 5-Piece Bonus 6-Piece Bonus 7-Piece Bonus 8-Piece Bonus
Strength - - - - - - - +15
Intelligence - - - - - - - +15
Agility - - - - - - - +15
Defence - - - - - - - +15
Dexterity - - - - - - - +15
Health - - +125 +425 +1325 +2575 +4450 +8270
1st Spell Cost - - - - - - -1 -1
2nd Spell Cost - - -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1
3rd Spell Cost - - - - - - - -1
4th Spell Cost - - - - -1 -1 -1 -1
XP Bonus - +5% +10% +15% +35% +55% +80% +100%
Loot Bonus - +5% +10% +15% +35% +55% +80% +100%
Mana Regen - - +1/5s +1/5s +2/5s +2/5s +3/5s +4/5s

Trivia[]

  • People usually prefer wearing full morph than partial morph, due to the massive skill point boost and health regen with stardust.
  • Morph is usually used as a temporary build due to it being cheap and tanky, and you can wield many weapons at once and can occasionally benefit from major IDs on weapons (eg. rhythm of the season). It is often changed to another (more specialised) build later on.
  • There is an impure variant of morph-gold, these are unique boots that can no longer be obtained besides through trading.
  • Morph is a set that is relatively tanky, but suffers highly in damage and suffers in not having -Attack Speed Tiers for using Powder Specials, as Super Slow speeds are the most beneficial for Powder Special use. Morph's melee damage doesn't compensate for not being able to abuse powder specials as much as other builds with a slower melee attack speed.
  • At level 87 or above, some people will sometimes use every piece of the Morph Set except for Morph-Stardust due to the decent (but cheap) XP bonus (80% XP bonus excluding the helmet and weapon) it gives. Using every piece of Morph except for Morph-Stardust is generally called 7/8 Morph, and the Helmet people use it with varies.
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