How Enchanting Works in Ruined King: A League of Legends Story

Enchanting your equipment is an extremely essential task in Ruined King: A League of Legends Story. However, performing a successful enchantment is not the easiest task in the game. That being said, if you know what you're doing you can end up adding some handy permanent buffs to your equipment.

To enchant your equipment players will first need to collect various in-game materials. The materials can be found across the game from chests and crates hidden all over the map. Additionally, players can also gain these materials as rewards from successful battles.

Although players can choose to execute an enchantment without all the required materials, it is highly unadvised to do so. The effort to enchant your equipment is very likely to fail when executed with less than the required number of materials.

Having said that, let's dive in and check out how you enchant your equipment in Ruined King: A League of Legends Story.

How to Enchant Equipment?

There are three types of different enchantments available in Ruined King. These include:

  • Weapon
  • Armor
  • Infusion
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While the Weapon and Armor enchantments, clearly state their purpose through their names, the Infusion enchantment is used to combine various materials together to increase their rarity levels as well as in-game stats.

For every enchantment you want to perform, the player will need to collect all the required materials as stated on the enchantment page. Although you don't have to have all ingredients, it is highly advised that players collect all the required materials before executing the process to ensure that their equipment is successfully enchanted. If you opt to use less than needed, you increase the chance that your enchantment will be unsuccessful, which could cause you to lose your ingredients.

In addition, if you want to try and take it one step further, and possess plenty of excess materials you can also use the games "Overflow" option. This feature basically allows the player to further enhance the quality of the enchanted equipment by adding more ingredients than is deemed neccessary by the recipe list. Using the overflow feature is highly recommended as it grants even more stat bonuses to your upgraded equipment; in short, the more you put in, the better quality enchantment you'll create.