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Rift Wardrobe: Save Your Marks

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With RIFT’s upcoming 3.2 Wardrobe System your inventories are going to get a little lighter. With the wardrobe collection system coming into the game, it will be a lot easier to collect and switch between appearances without having to worry about bank space.

It’s time to check out how you can start collecting your wardrobe set in a new “Rift Wardrobe” series on RiftGrate where I will be highlighting ways to obtain wardrobe appearances and show off some interesting styles.

This week: Save Your Marks.

Tip: Save Your Marks

Wardrobe Rift Walker Mage

Wardrobe – Rift Walker Mage. Level 60 Planebreaker Bastion.

As some of you might know, when you purchase a non-Credit item on the RIFT Store, you can usually refund it for the full price as long as you don’t consume/use/equip the item, don’t log off and it hasn’t been approx. 30min or so since you purchased the item.

With the new wardrobe collection system, you collect appearances simply by having an item in your inventory.

As such, if you save up some marks or platinum now, you can get a whole heap of nice appearances to quickly boost your wardrobe collection.

Caution: Make sure you don’t use up your marks prior to 3.2, as the new collection system is part of 3.2.

Reference:

Wardrobe Desolate Cleric

Wardrobe – Desolate Cleric. Level 60 Frozen Tempest/Endless Eclipse Raid.

The following numbers are the max amount of currency you need for each wardrobe set as long as you refund the item.

  • 16,500 Fragments of Horror to get all NT Tier 1 Raid armor.
  • 11,750 Abyssal Crusader’s Marks to get all NT Expert armor and weapons.
  • 21,000 Void Stones to get all NT World armor.
  • 12,500 Fragments of The Ward for all SL Tier 3 Raid armor.#
  • 17,500 Frozen Eclipse Stones for all SL Tier 2 Raid armor.
  • 21,500 Empyreal Slayer’s Marks for all SL Tier 1 Raid armor.
  • 2,800 Empyreal Slayer’s Marks for all base SL Expert armor.*
  • 3,390 Infinity Stones for all SL World armor.*
  • 800 platinum to cover some of the Level 50 and under gear.
  • 116,000 Favor for all pre-Myrmidon PvP armor.^

*Some upgraded gear looks different and you cannot refund an upgrade so those costs are not included here.

#SL Tier 3 Raid armor has same appearance as Level 50 Raid armor and drops from Level 65 raids. As such it isn’t necessary to farm Fragments of The Ward from the Planebreaker Bastion raid.

^If you are using Favor, you will notice that the only armor appearances that are shown to you are ones for your faction. You will either need to do a faction change, or have an alt with enough favor to buy the other faction’s appearances.

Note: You will need to adjust the filters under RIFT Store -> Equipment -> Armor to see different sets. Class filters will allow you to see different classes’ armor sets and you will probably want to adjust the Level filter to see older models.

About Level 50 Raid Gear

Wardrobe Infernal Warrior

Wardrobe – Infernal Warrior. Level 60 Infernal Dawn Raid.

Unfortunately old Level 50 raid gear is no longer obtainable via raid currency from the RIFT Store. They are still obtainable from vendors in Sanctum/Meridian, Moonshade Highlands and Ember Isle. However, you can no longer obtain the raid currency required to purchase them.

They do however drop in the open world at random in Storm Legion and Nightmare Tide zones. However, these are completely rng-based and not the most efficient way to obtain them.

The other method to obtaining them is through the RIFT Store -> Wardrobe section as costume bundles for Credits.


Hope you have fun with your new wardrobe appearances when 3.2 hits! Just be aware that purchasing and refunding this gear prior to 3.2 will not do you any good.

If you want more information on the upcoming 3.2 Wardrobe System, there’s a summary here.

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6 Comments on “Rift Wardrobe: Save Your Marks”

  1. gizmovision
    April 8, 2015 at 5:48 pm #

    has this been done on the PTS? game mechanics will not be changed for 3.2?

    • April 8, 2015 at 5:52 pm #

      Yep, that’s how it works on the PTS. You purchase -> it gets collected -> you refund. Zero cost. I’ve asked Trion about this and so have other players and it is not an exploit. It is simply part of how the new wardrobe system works.

    • gizmovision
      April 8, 2015 at 6:08 pm #

      excellent. thanx for the clarification!

  2. April 9, 2015 at 7:25 am #

    Thanks for this mark info Marko very excited for the new wardrobe system!

  3. April 9, 2015 at 9:08 am #

    I like how Trion wanted us not to spend the marks on the stats, instead, we get the “looks” Thank you, Trion.

  4. April 12, 2015 at 10:35 pm #

    I can foresee some change to the economy because of the wardrobe system, but this is for the better I think. No fannying about, grinding lots of currency just for appearance items. This places the focus more on some other aspects of the games, such as the new zone.

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