Getting Your Cloak and Understanding Cloak Progression

This guide will talk about how to get your Cloak and learn about Cloak progression.

Your cloak, unlike your other equipment, does not progress through standard Regrading. It is something you can get early and can spend weeks or even months to reach the highest tier. It belongs to a special type of equipment along with your Costume and Undergarments which use a system called “Synthesis” to upgrade and progress. These pieces of equipment uses a “leveling” progression that doesn’t involve Regrading or risk of destroying, but instead requires investment in time and resources to improve its quality.

How to get your Cloak

The best cloaks are called “Guild Cloaks” because they can be purchased from the Guild’s Prestige Shop. First, you must be in a Guild to purchase. Also, it is only purchasable when your Guild is level 3 or higher. Once you’re in a level 3 or above Guild, you’ll need to get 150 Prestige Points to purchase. Prestige can be earned by doing Daily Guild quests and Daily Hunting quests in conflict zones.

There are 5 different basic cloaks to choose from, each costing 150 Prestige Points and each giving a Stat Bonus and one other Effect.

The 5 Basic Cloaks Basic Effects
Epherium Arrowflash Cloak Added Strength based on cloak level
Increase Attack Speed +60
Epherium Hatchetblade Cloak Added Intelligence based on cloak level
Decrease Cast Time -6%
Epherium Windsong Cloak Added Agility based on cloak level
Increase Move Speed +10%
Epherium Twintail Cloak Added Stamina based on cloak level
Increase Block & Parry Rate +5%
Epherium Bastion Cloak Added Spirit based on cloak level
Increase Max Health +960

As you level up your cloak, the Effects will increase and new effects will be added. We’ll talk more about the Effects later in the guide.

When you purchase the cloak, you’ll be able to use it right away and start “leveling” it through Synthesis by feeding it materials called Auroran Synthesis Shards and Stones. These materials drop off special mobs that spawn in Purified areas of an Auroria Territory. These Purification Zones are in Diamond Shores, Calmlands, Exeloch, Heedmar, Marcala, Nuimari and Sungold Fields. You can tell if it’s the correct type of mob because they are non-aggressive. The most common mobs are found in Diamond Shores: The Crab, Turtle, Draugorc and Razorbeak. The other Aurorian Territories will spawn special mobs when their Purification Zone Tower is destroyed.

There are different grades of Stones and Shards that drop based on the level of the mobs. The higher the grade, the more “Experience” is given to the Cloak when feeding it.

Auroran Synthesis Shard (Basic) (+50 Cloak EXP)
Auroran Synthesis Shard (Grand) (+75 Cloak EXP)
Auroran Synthesis Shard (Rare) (+112 Cloak EXP)
Auroran Synthesis Stone (Arcane) (+168 Cloak EXP)
Auroran Synthesis Stone (Heroic) (+252 Cloak EXP)
Auroran Synthesis Stone (Unique) (+378 Cloak EXP)

Note, all Synthesis Shards and Stones are Bind on Pickup and Untradeable meaning the only way you can get them is farming the mobs yourself or win the roll in a group.

How to Level Up Your Cloak

Your Cloak will start at Basic Grade and as you level it up, it will increase in Grade as well. Not only will you level up its’ Grade, you will eventually Craft it up to higher Ranks (or tiers).
You’ll start with the Basic Epherium (tier 0) Cloak and there are currently 3 Ranks that you will upgrade your cloak through:
Epherium (Starting Cloak) > Delphinad (tier 1) > Ayanad (tier 2) > Erenor (tier 3)

To Level up your cloak, open the Regrade window, and click on the Synthesis tab. Add the cloak and any two Synthesis Shards/Stones. It will show you how much EXP your cloak will gain. When your cloak reaches Max EXP of the current Grade, it will upgrade to the next Grade. There is a small Gold fee for each Synthesis feeding. Note: You can also use other cloaks to feed your cloak, so if obtain other cloaks through quests or farming, hold on to them to feed to your Guild cloak.

As you level up your cloak, you’ll see the cloak’s Effects improve, and even new Effects will be added. However, the new Effects are randomly added from a list of possible Effects. As random Effects are added, you may get some Effects that you don’t like. But don’t worry, each time your cloak increases its Grade, you’ll have the chance to change an existing Effect to a new random Effect. This way, you can re-roll an unfavorable Effect for a for a better one. When you are Synthesizing your cloak, you can click on the small magnifying glass icon above the Effects to see all the possible Effects that can be applied, so you can decide which ones you want to keep or re-roll.

But, what happens if your cloak reaches the highest grade and you still don’t like all the Effects? You’re not out of luck! There is a special item called a Serendipity Stone, which allows you to re-roll any Effect on your cloak. However, these stones are generally hard to come by, so make sure to try to get the desired Effects as much as you can as you level up the cloak.

Upgrading Cloak Tiers

Once your basic Epherium Cloak reaches Divine Grade, you have the option of upgrading to the next tier (Delphinad). When you upgrade your cloak, the grade will go back down to Grand, and you’ll have to start the Synthesis process again. Note, when you upgrade a cloak to the next Tier, all existing Effects on the cloak will be removed, and all new random Effects will be added when grading it up. So, don’t worry if you can’t get the perfect Effects on your Epherium cloak, as they will all be reset when you upgrade to Delphinad, Ayanad and Erenor.

Here is a table of materials and Grade required to upgrade your cloak through each Tier:

Delphinad Cloak (tier 1)
Ayanad Cloak (tier 2)
Erenor Cloak (tier 3)
To upgrade your cloak to Delphinad, you’ll first need to Synthesize your Basic Epherium cloak to Divine. Then you’ll need to use a Transmuter to “cloak” your cloak, and use it to upgrade.

This is the list of basic materials needed to craft the Delphinad Cloak

  • Cloaked Epherium Cloak (Divine)
  • Charcoal Stabilizer
  • Bone Chip
  • Honorforged Medal
  • Mysterious Garden Powder
  • Ritual Aquamarine
  • Fabric
  • Clover
  • Rose
  • Cornflower
  • Lily
  • Green Coral

Honorforged Medal can only be purchased from the Honor shop and are untradable. Bone Chip and Ritual Aquamarine can be obtained from killing mobs in Exeloch and are Bind on Pickup and untradable.

The Crafting Breakdown for the Delphinad Cloak:

  • Cloaked Delphinad Cloak (Grand)
    • Cloaked Epherium Cloak (Divine)
    • Honorforged Medal
    • Cloudspun Fabric
      • Beautifully Colored Fabric
        • Fabric
        • Small Root Pigment
          • Charcoal Stabilizer
          • Clover
          • Rose
      • Mysterious Garden Powder
      • Small Leaf Pigment
        • Charcoal Stabilizer
        • Cornflower
        • Lily
        • Green Coral
        • Small Root Pigment
          • Charcoal Stabilizer
          • Clover
          • Rose
    • Bone Chip
    • Ritual Aquamarine

Note, after you upgrade, you will receive a Grand grade cloak.

To upgrade your cloak to Ayanad, you’ll first need to Synthesize your Dephinad cloak to Epic. Then you’ll need to use a Transmuter to “cloak” your cloak, and use it to upgrade.

  • Cloaked Delphinad Cloak (Epic)
  • Axis Mundi Aegis
  • Charcoal Stabilizer
  • Mysterious Garden Powder
  • Honorforged Medal
  • Moonlight Archeum Crystal
  • Lord's Coin
  • Anya Ingot
  • Flaming Log
  • Fabric
  • Clover
  • Rose
  • Cornflower
  • Lily
  • Green Coral

Axis Mundi Aegis is a cloak you can purchase with 1,600 Gilda Star. This cloak is tradable, so you may find it on the Auction House.

The Crafting Breakdown for the Ayanad Cloak:

  • Cloaked Ayanad Cloak (Rare)
    • Cloaked Delphinad Cloak (Epic)
    • Honorforged Medal
    • Blazing Cloudspun Fabric
      • Cloudspun Fabric
        • Beautifully Colored Fabric
          • Fabric
          • Small Root Pigment
            • Charcoal Stabilizer
            • Clover
            • Rose
        • Mysterious Garden Powder
        • Small Leaf Pigment
          • Charcoal Stabilizer
          • Cornflower
          • Lily
          • Green Coral
          • Small Root Pigment
            • Charcoal Stabilizer
            • Clover
            • Rose
      • Anya Ingot
      • Lord's Coin
      • Flaming Log
    • Moonlight Archeum Crystal
    • Axis Mundi Aegis

Note, after you upgrade, you will receive a Rare grade cloak.

To upgrade your cloak to Erenor, you’ll first need to Synthesize your Ayanad cloak to Legendary. Then you’ll need to use a Transmuter to “cloak” your cloak, and use it to upgrade.

  • Cloaked Ayanad Cloak (Legendary)
  • Cursed Armor Piece
  • Acidic Poison Pouch
  • Charcoal Stabilizer
  • Mysterious Garden Powder
  • Honorforged Medal
  • Moonlight Archeum Crystal
  • Dragon Essence Stabilizer
  • Lord's Coin
  • Anya Ingot
  • Flaming Log
  • Fabric
  • Rose
  • Clover
  • Cornflower
  • Lily
  • Green Coral

The Crafting Breakdown for the Erenor Cloak:

  • Cloaked Erenor Cloak (Arcane)
    • Cloaked Ayanad Cloak (Legendary)
    • Honorforged Medal
    • Blazing Cloudspun Fabric
      • Cloudspun Fabric
        • Beautifully Colored Fabric
          • Fabric
          • Small Root Pigment
            • Charcoal Stabilizer
            • Clover
            • Rose
        • Mysterious Garden Powder
        • Small Leaf Pigment
          • Charcoal Stabilizer
          • Cornflower
          • Lily
          • Green Coral
          • Small Root Pigment
            • Charcoal Stabilizer
            • Clover
            • Rose
      • Anya Ingot
      • Lord's Coin
      • Flaming Log
    • Moonlight Archeum Essence
      • Moonlight Archeum Crystal
    • Ipnysh Moonlight Blessing
      • Acidic Poison Pouch
      • Cursed Armor Piece
      • Dragon Essence Stabilizer

Note, after you upgrade, you will receive a Arcane grade cloak.

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