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Silly question about dragon weapon

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EviAgnieska    0

Hi,

I would like to know what is the difference between having a fragment dragon weapon vs a dragon weapon? Can we use fragment dragon weapon and it will have some features as having the entire weapon?

 

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EviAgnieska

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Aleppo    17

The fragment is, for all intents and purposes, crafting material although if I'm not mistaken I've read a post in this forum that stated you can use it like an other weapon but the only benefit is the (relatively) high p.atk/m.atk compared to standard R99/R110 weapons. Might be useful levelling boxes past the 90s if so. Fragments have no features enabled.

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A Dragon Fragment has higher P.atk and M.Atk than a normal weapon. But you cannot assign an element attribute, you cannot augment it, you cannot give it any SA or a soul crystal of any kind. Of course, it cannot be enchanted. The fragments can be upgraded to full Dragon Weapons, but it is VERY VERY VERY expensive to do that. Trillions of adena expensive.

A full Dragon Weapon (Standard) is what the Dragon Fragment becomes after you upgrade it once. It has element attribute around 500, has built in SA bonus, can be given a special soul crystal, and generally speaking is superior to even the most highest over-enchanted Limited R110 weapon. Having said that, for what it costs to make a DW Standard you can attempt to OE dozens of R110 weapons to +25 or higher.

As suggested, a Dragon Weapon Standard can be further upgraded to higher level stages, all with increased SA bonuses. You have to be rich, lucky, or willing to scam your clan mates for dragon claws in order to make a Stage 2 or higher. xD

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