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Basic:Jewel Socketing

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Jewels are magical items that can be affixed to your Wizard's Amulets, Athames, Rings, and even Decks. These Jewels can be obtained from Quests, Creature drops, Crafting, and Fishing Chests.

Special Sockets located within our gear allow us to hold specific Jewels. These Jewels come in four shapes: Circle, Square, Tear, and Triangle. The Jewels we acquire give us different attributes having to do with damage, accuracy, critical, resistance, etc. Some Jewels can even add Item Cards to Wizards' decks.

Jewels might seem very cool, however, there is also a Crafting process that goes along with these Items.

(NPC) Katherine RockHammer.png

Starting Jewel Socketing

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Are you ready to bring the bling? Players can now add Jewels to many of their Amulets, Athames, Rings and Decks! Wizards level 15 and above who have completed the crafting quest The Razor's Edge will need to visit Eloise Merryweather in the Wizard City Commons to take on the quest Digging Into A New Challenge.

(Icon) Jewel.png Jewel Socketing Basics (Icon) Jewel.png

Katherine RockHammer, in her newly opened shop in the Shopping District, will teach you the ways of Jewel Socketing. A new button has appeared on the bottom of the screen when Wizards view their Amulets, Athames, Rings and Decks. Wizards are then allowed to select the item they would like to socket and then click 'Add Jewels.'

The great thing about Jewels is that they apply various attributes to your items. However, some item boosts are not a percentage, but are 'flat'. 'Flat' bonuses add specified whole number bonuses such as "+25 Damage" or "+33 Resistance".

Sockets

(Icon) Square Socket.png (Icon) Triangle Socket.png (Icon) Circle Socket.png (Icon) Tear Socket.png
Square Triangle Circle Tear

Items can have up to four sockets, each in one of four shapes: Square, Triangle, Circle or Tear. To socket a Jewel, it must match the shape of the available socket. Select the Jewel you would like to place in the socket and click “Affix.” This will add the Jewel to the item and give the corresponding stat increase associated with the Jewel. Each Jewel has a minimum level requirement and can only be used by Wizards that level or above.

Socket Wrenches

Some sockets on items may be locked, indicated by a lock icon. These can be unlocked by using Crowns or a Socket Wrench. Socket Wrenches are obtained by defeating bosses throughout the Spiral and come in 6 different types: Novice, Adept, Expert, Master, Artisan and Grandmaster. Socket Wrenches can be placed on the walls of your house for display.

Socket Wrench Creature Sources Gardening Sources Card Pack Sources
Novice's Socket Wrench Captain Hockins
Iron Sultan (Tier 1)
Iron Sultan (Tier 3)
Iron Sultan (Tier 5)
Krampus (Rank 6)
Krokopatra
Krokopatra (Rank 8)
Meowiarty
Ra
Rattlebones (Rank 7)
Roberto
Sapoti
Spirit of Ignorance
Verboten Mimic
Jewel Circle Blossom
Jewel Square Blossom
Jewel Star Blossom
Jewel Tear Blossom
Jewel Triangle Blossom
Ghulture's Hoard Pack
Sinbad Hoard Pack
Adept's Socket Wrench Captain Hockins
Jade Oni
Krokopatra (Rank 8)
Malistaire Drake
Meowiarty (Rank 12)
Mika Skarka
Ra
Rattlebones (Rank 7)
Roberto
Sapoti
Verboten Mimic
Jewel Circle Blossom
Jewel Square Blossom
Jewel Star Blossom
Jewel Tear Blossom
Jewel Triangle Blossom
None
Expert's Socket Wrench Captain Hockins
Ixcax CursedWing
Krampus (Rank 11)
Krokopatra (Rank 8)
Meowiarty (Rank 12)
Ptolemos
Ra
Rattlebones (Rank 7)
Sapoti
Tse-tse Snaketail
Verboten Mimic
Jewel Circle Blossom
Jewel Square Blossom
Jewel Star Blossom
Jewel Tear Blossom
Jewel Triangle Blossom
RockHammer's Jewel Pack
Master's Socket Wrench Corporal Tenni'syn
Ixcax CursedWing
Krokopatra (Rank 14)
Malistaire the Undying
Meowiarty (Rank 14)
Omen Stribog
Pendragon
Rattlebones (Rank 14)
Zeus Sky Father (Zeus Exalted Challenge)
Jewel Circle Blossom
Jewel Square Blossom
Jewel Star Blossom
Jewel Tear Blossom
Jewel Triangle Blossom
RockHammer's Jewel Pack
Artisan's Socket Wrench Corporal Tenni'syn
Krokopatra (Rank 14)
Meowiarty (Rank 14)
Morganthe (Death)
Omen Stribog
Rattlebones (Rank 14)
Zeus Sky Father (Zeus Exalted Challenge)
Jewel Circle Blossom
Jewel Square Blossom
Jewel Star Blossom
Jewel Tear Blossom
Jewel Triangle Blossom
Ghulture's Hoard Pack
RockHammer's Jewel Pack
Winterland Pack
Grandmaster Socket Wrench Aethyr Elemental
Grandfather Spider
Krampus (Rank 15)
None Ghulture's Hoard Pack

Jewel Alternate Jewels Jewel Alternate

Each Jewel can only be placed in a socket once. If you decide later that you’d like to remove the jewel, it will be destroyed. To remove a socketed Jewel, click on the name of the Jewel and choose “Shatter” in the Jewel Socketing window. Once a Jewel has been shattered from a socket, you can place a new Jewel in the empty socket and continually improve your favorite items.

How to Affix Jewels

The Socketing page is where you'll physically affix your Jewels into special slots - called sockets - on your socketable items.

(Basic) Jewel Socketing Guide 1.png

Jewels have distinct shapes that only fit into correstponding sockets. Socketable items come with varying numbers and shapes of sockets.

(Basic) Jewel Socketing Guide 2.png

Now, notice that our Athame only has a triangle socket. Lucky for us, our Cracked Accurate Opal is a triangle cut. It's a perfect fit.

(Basic) Jewel Socketing Guide 3.png

And voila! Our Athame has now been imbued with the magic of the Cracked Accurate Opal, which gives us an accuracy stat boost in a duel!

(Basic) Jewel Socketing Guide 4.png

Each Jewel can only be placed into a socket once. Although you can remove a Jewel from a socket, it shatters the Jewel completely.

(Basic) Jewel Socketing Guide 5.png

But you can affix a new Jewel into the same socket. That way you can continually improve your most useful items.

Jewel Crafting

Jewels can be purchased from vendors, found as rewards from defeating creatures, opening chests, fishing, gardening, or crafted.

Crafting Jewels, however, is unlike crafting other items. There is an element of randomness that will affect the final product’s outcome each time. You can craft using the same recipe several times and receive a different result each time.

Jewel Metals

Each Jewel recipe will require a Metal, which you can receive as rewards, a Gem, which you can find or purchase from a vendor, and a Treasure Card. To craft Jewels, you will need to use a Jewel Crafting Station.

Jewel Metals

(Reagent) Bronze.png (Reagent) Cobalt.png (Reagent) Copper.png (Reagent) Iron.png (Reagent) Mithril.png

(Reagent) Nickel.png (Reagent) Orichalcum.png (Reagent) Pyrite.png (Reagent) Tungsten.png (Reagent) Draconium.png

Pet Jewel Metals

Pet Jewel Metals

(Reagent) Brass.png (Reagent) Lead.png (Reagent) Silver.png (Reagent) Steel.png (Reagent) Tin.png (Reagent) Titanium.png

Jewel Collars

Pets level Ancient and above have access to a Jewel Collar that gives them a Jewel Socket. Customize your pet by socketing a Jewel that gives you the bonus or Pet Talent that you desire.

Jewel Collars only use new Star Shaped Jewels that come with a variety of boosts including Pet Stats, Combat Talents and Derby Talents. Star Jewels can be obtained as rewards from battle, purchased from Lowe Springfield or crafted using the recipes that he has for sale. They can also now be found within the Purreau's Plentiful Pet Provisions pack.

Each pet only has one Jewel Socket. You cannot affix a Jewel to your Pet that gives a duplicate of a talent the pet already has. Items and pets with socketed Jewels cannot be placed in the shared bank.

Jewels by Pet Level
Epic+ Pet Jewels
Ultra+ Pet Jewels

Ultra Pets

Pets can now be trained to the next level of Ultra. At the Ultra level, you will be able to socket your pet’s Jewel Collar with an Ultra Level Jewel. Ultra Jewels provide more powerful bonuses and Pet Talents. There are even some new talents only available on Jewels. Also, when your pet reaches Ultra level, you will receive a random Jewel as a reward, so you can socket your pet right away if you wish. You can tell which pets have a Jewel affixed because they will have a Jewel icon next to their name.

Ultra+ Pet Jewels


Jewel Sources/Information

Jewel Recipe Vendors

Vendor Location Notes
Eudora Tangletree Olde Town - Level 15+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Pyrite
Wul'yahm The Oasis - Level 15+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Pyrite
Felicia Worthington Regent's Square - Level 25+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Iron
Toshio Jade Palace - Level 35+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Copper
Balthazar Dragonthorn The Atheneum - Level 45+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Nickel
Aegeus Crustacean Empire - Level 55+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Cobalt
Marwa Jadetusk Baobab Market - Level 65+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Bronze
Shane MacGobhann The Wild - Level 75+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Tungsten
Yaxche Cloudburst Forest - Level 85+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Mithril
Wozina the EdgeCutter Sardonyx - Level 95+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Orichalcum
Jules Walruskberg - Level 105+ Jewel Recipes
- Recipes composed of Draconium


Pet Jewel Recipes

Reagent Used In Notes
(Reagent) Brass.png Monstrodome
Pet Jewel of Balance
Pet Jewel of Death
Pet Jewel of Ice
Dropped By:



Recipes are sold by Lowe Springfield


Recipes Cost 1,000 Gold Gold

(Reagent) Lead.png Rank 1 Derby Jewel
Rank 2 Derby Jewel
Rank 3 Derby Jewel
Dropped By:



Recipes are sold by Lowe Springfield


Recipes Cost 1,000 Gold Gold

(Reagent) Silver.png Angry Snowpig
Barrel with Cork
Rank 3 Pet Stats Jewel
Dropped By:



Recipes are sold by Lowe Springfield


Recipes Cost 1,000 Gold Gold

(Reagent) Steel.png Pet Jewel of Fire
Pet Jewel of Life
Pet Jewel of Myth
Pet Jewel of Storm
Rank 2 Pet Stats Jewel
Dropped By:



Recipes are sold by Lowe Springfield


Recipes Cost 1,000 Gold Gold

(Reagent) Tin.png Rank 4 Derby Jewel
Rank 5 Derby Jewel
Treasure Card Display
Dropped By:



Recipes are sold by Lowe Springfield


Recipes Cost 1,000 Gold Gold

(Reagent) Titanium.png Rank 4 Pet Stats Jewel Dropped By:



Recipes are sold by Lowe Springfield


Recipes Cost 1,000 Gold Gold


Jewel Categories

Jewels

Jewels(7 C, 1,859 P)
[×] Gift Card Jewels(9 P)
Jewels by Effect(17 C)
Jewels by Quality(12 C)
Jewels by Shape(5 C)
Jewels by Type(9 C)
Pet Jewels(4 C, 358 P)

Pet Jewels

Pet Jewels(4 C, 358 P)
[×] Ancient+ Pet Jewels(85 P)
[×] Epic+ Pet Jewels(108 P)
[×] Mega+ Pet Jewels(56 P)
[×] Ultra+ Pet Jewels(109 P)

Jewels by Effect

Jewels by Quality

Jewels by Shape

Jewels by Shape(5 C)
[×] Circle Shaped Jewels(420 P)
[×] Square Shaped Jewels(571 P)
Star Shaped Jewels(5 C, 358 P)
[×] Tear Shaped Jewels(180 P)
[×] Triangle Shaped Jewels(330 P)

Jewels by Type

Jewels by Type(9 C)
[×] Amethyst Jewels(176 P)
[×] Citrine Jewels(186 P)
[×] Hematite Jewels(59 P)
[×] Jade Jewels(181 P)
[×] Onyx Jewels(183 P)
[×] Opal Jewels(530 P)
[×] Peridot Jewels(182 P)
[×] Ruby Jewels(180 P)
[×] Sapphire Jewels(182 P)
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