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Update 21 named items

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The Haunted Halls of Eveningstar[edit]

The various bosses can drop the following named loot (All ML26, Bound to Character on EquipBound to Character on Equip: This item is Bound to Character on Equip, and upgradeable via Zhentarim AttunedZhentarim Attuned: This item has been attuned by the the Zhentarim mage, Whisper. It can be upgraded with Zhentarim Black Stones.):

  • Fallen Giant: Lantern Ring, Purple Dragon Shield
  • Ancient Mummy: Magestar, Manual of Stealthy Pilfering
  • Miior: Libram of Silver Magic, Necklace of Mystic Eidolons
  • White Dragon: all the items



The Ruins of Thunderholme[edit]

The rare encounters drop the following named loot.(All ML27, Bound to Character on EquipBound to Character on Equip: This item is Bound to Character on Equip):


Thunder Forge crafting[edit]

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Fire on Thunder Peak[edit]

All items are ML 28 and Bound to Character on AcquireBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire unless noted.


Temple of the Deathwyrm[edit]

All items are ML 28 and Bound to Character on AcquireBound to Character on Acquire: This item is Bound to Character on Acquire.


Other[edit]

Update 21 (Released on March 10th, 2014) introduced six new augments called Ruby Eye Augments. These augments have no minimum level, and have their benefits scale based on the minimum level of the item. This allows a character to equip the Ruby at whatever level is desired, and continue to slot the augment on future items as the character levels up while increasing the overall benefit of the augment. All six augments have a 2% chance to provide a related damage type as an AOE effect. The six Ruby Eye Augments augments are:

  • Ruby Eye of Erosion: 2% Chance On-Hit to cause a blast of acid that deals 3 to 18 points of acid damage per Minimum Level of the upgraded weapon to all nearby enemies. (So, a ML 4 item slotted with the augment would have a 2% chance to do 12 to 72 area of effect damage to all nearby enemies.)
  • Ruby Eye of the Inferno: 2% Chance On-Hit to cause a blast of flame that deals 4 to 16 points of fire damage per minimum level of the upgraded weapon to all nearby enemies.
  • Ruby Eye of the Glacier: 2% Chance On-Hit to cause a blast of cold that deals 7 to 14 points of cold damage per minimum level of the upgraded weapon to all nearby enemies.
  • Ruby Eye of the Tempest: 2% Chance On-Hit to cause a bolt of lightning that deals 1 to 20 points of electrical damage per minimum level of the upgraded weapon to all nearby enemies.
  • Ruby Eye of Righteousness: 2% Chance On-Hit to cause a blast of holy energy that deals 3 to 12 points of holy damage per minimum level of the upgraded weapon to all nearby enemies.
  • Ruby Eye of Force: 2% Chance On-Hit to cause a burst of magical force that deals 3 to 12 points of force damage per minimum level of the upgraded weapon to all nearby enemies.

These augments can be found in the 40th Anniversary Trading Card event, as a possible reward in addition to Haunted Halls of Eveningstar optional end chests, and (infrequently) in the Thunderholme raid chests. Additionally, they are available in the DDO Store to purchase for DDO Points. [Source]