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Ancient Giant Relic

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Ancient Giant Relics[edit]

Ancient Giant Relics can be obtained by completing Madstone Crater, The Maze of Madness or Trial by Fire. At the end of each quest, you have a chance to loot one of them (or more, see talk page). Madstone Crater offers a chance to loot one to three relics. As of Module 8, relics can be found in rare encounter chests in Ruins of Gianthold wilderness adventure area as well. It also is possible to get it on one of the chests available after slaying Aussiercaex in Prey on the Hunter.

  • Nine Giant Relics Relics were needed to gain access to Gianthold Tor and The Reaver's Fate until Update 17 when the requirement was removed.
  • Five Giant Relics can also be used to repair various kinds of White Dragonscale Armor. This was reduced from ten Relics as of Module 5.
  • Dragon, Elven & Giant Relics can be used to purchase Augment crystals from Ruskin Blackboot (Level 12, three of each) or Meliager Ei'n (Level 16, six of each)

Giantcraft Armor[edit]

By turning in ten Giant Relics to Giantcraft Apprentice Horatin in Gianthold, he will craft one of these for you.

All Giantcraft Armors share the following properties: +4 Enhancement Bonus+4 Enhancement Bonus: +4 enhancement bonus to Armor Class., Haste GuardHaste Guard: When you are hit by enemies, there is a chance you will be Hasted, quickening your attack and movement speed., VengefulVengeful: When its wielder is hit in battle, this weapon has a 10% chance to cause him or her to become full of anger and go into a Rage., Relentless FuryRelentless Fury: While this item is equipped, any killing blows you strike against enemies may drive you into a furious rage, providing a 5% Enchantment damage bonus to you melee, ranged and unarmed attacks for 30 seconds. Slaying weaker opponents has a reduced chance of producing this effect., AdamantineAdamantine: Adamantine weapons may bypass the damage reduction of certain items and creatures.

Historical versions[edit]

No longer available from Update 17 but may still exist in game.