DragonFable Doom and Destiny Weapons Guide



DragonFable Doom and Destiny Weapons Guide by PaperClip OF DOOM

~Table of Contents~
1.0 – Introduction
2.0 – The Doom Weapons – What?
2.1 – The Doom Weapons – Why?
2.2 – The Doom Weapons – How?
2.3 – The Doom Weapons – Where?
3.0 – Upgrading your Doom Weapon
3.1 – The Dark Doom Weapons
3.2 – The Unlucky Doom Weapons [DA]
3.3 – The Mighty Doom Weapons [DA]
3.4 – The Dread Doom Weapons [DA]
3.5 – The Heartless Doom Weapons [DA]
3.6 – The Obsidian and Forsaken Doom Weapons [DA]
3.7 – The Grim and Dire Doom Weapons[DA]
3.8 – The Bone, Horrific, Ghastly and Grisly Doom Weapons[DA]
4.0 – The Weapons of Destiny
4.1 – The Weapons of Destiny – Blade of Destiny
5.0 – Doom Knight Special Offer – Everything You Need To Know [DA]
6.0 – Final Words and Credits
1.0 – Introduction

Hello, my name is PaperClip OF DOOM. No, you cannot get me in-game. D:
This guide will contain a vast amount of knowledge regarding the Doom and Destiny weapons – what are they, why get them, where to get them, how to get them, how to upgrade them – it’s all here.

  • Reminder: The weapons’ elements are set for all future upgrades – that means the Doom weapons will always be Darkness, and the Destiny weapons will always be Light. This fact will not be mentioned when I list the properties of the weapons in the following sections, as it is rather obvious. :P

2.0 – The Doom Weapons – What?

The Doom weapons are weapons of great darkness and power – and also price! They have several upgrades, but if you do not own a Dragon Amulet you will only be able to upgrade them once. There are five “main”(*) Doom weapons overall, four of which are obtainable. The Necrotic Sword of Doom is only available to players who purchase the Doom Knight special deal. (For more information, head to section: 5.0 – Doom Knight Special Offer)

1. ShadowReaper of Doom – 36-68 damage
2. SkullStaff of Doom – 36-68 damage
3. Twin Blades of Doom – 36-68 damage
4. Necrotic Sword of Doom – Damage varies by level.
5. Necrotic Blade of Doom – This weapon is wielded by Sepulchure, the Doom Knight. It is unobtainable.

The basic Doom weapons are all level 8, and they do not give any bonuses. The Necrotic Sword of Doom has multiple tiers, each with increasing damage and stat bonuses the higher the level. It is also listed as a scythe in-game, despite having the appearance of a sword – thus allowing all classes to wield it to the same effect.

The Doom weapons also have a special attack, called “Doooooooom!”. It has a 5% chance to trigger on basic attacks, making your weapon glow menacingly for the duration. It is a Damage Over Time attack, meaning that your enemy will get hit by it for several turns, five in this case. If the opponent has any weakness to Darkness, the damage will be 10. The Destiny weapons have a similar attack, called “Face your Destiny!”. It deals Light damage, and is identical to its Darkness counterpart.

The Necrotic Sword of Doom has its own special attack – Doom Portal, which deals 12 hits of 100% Darkness damage. It is incredibly powerful, more so than the regular Doom weapons.

(*) Note – These are the weapons considered main by the plot. There are other “items of Doom”, as it were, such as the Doom Hammer and Cloak of Doom.

2.1 – The Doom Weapons – Why?

So now you are probably asking yourself, how expensive are these weapons, really? The cost of purchasing a Doom weapon is 28,000 gold. You may think that that is a lot of money, but it really isn’t that much. Gold will pile up at your feet while adventuring and playing the game, so there is really nothing to worry about.

There are many reasons to buy a Doom weapon. They will always stay in the game, will never go rare, continue getting upgraded and can also be purified and turned into the equally awesome Destiny weapons. These weapons are very powerful, and let’s admit it they look REALLY cool. I mean seriously. These weapons are optional – they are often mentioned in the plot and used to be a central point in the game, but you don’t have to get them if you don’t want to. It’s just another fun, optional challenge in the game. :)

2.2 – The Doom Weapons – How?

Now that you are satisfied and ready to take on the challenge, read on!

You will need a starting sum of 28,000 gold to get your basic Doom weapon, and then another 28,000 gold if you also want a Destiny weapon! Now that’s not a small amount by any account – which is why I recommend you take a look at Hopeful Guy’s A Comprehensive Guide to Farming.

You can either farm up the gold and get the weapons right away, or you could just play through the game and let the gold accumulate on its own. Either way, these weapons aren’t going anywhere! ;)
2.3 – The Doom Weapons – Where?

Now that you have the gold, head left until you’re outside of Falconreach’s walls, then head up. Talk to the Mysterious Orb and prepare to part with your gold!

Select the option “*Gulp* Shop”, buy the Doom weapon that matches with your class and… congratulations! You now own a Doom weapon! Now go farm all over again so you can get a Destiny weapon. :P Onward to the next section, upgrading your Doom weapons!

3.0 – Upgrading Your Doom Weapon

Hold tight, because this is a long one – time to upgrade your Doom weapon! The first upgrade is available to all, but the ones after that require a Dragon Amulet. Remember, you will have to upgrade your Doom weapon step by step, no skipping allowed!

3.1 – The Dark Doom Weapons

The first upgrade will require 5000 gold. You will need to purchase the Research Materials from Chaney’s shop.

Travel to Amityvale and talk to Thursday, the girl standing in the main area. Select ‘Quests’ > ‘ Crystal Clear Lake‘ and start the quest. At the first screen, kill the monster and go down. Second screen, kill the monster and this time go right. You will encounter more monsters, just keep going right until eventually you have a path up, and into the house. Inside the house, you will meet Chaney. Purchase the Research Materials from his shop for 5,000 gold, and then select ‘Upgrade Doom Weapons’ in order to merge the materials and your basic weapon to get the first upgrade.

The Dark Doom weapons are level 8, deal 38-70 damage, and they now grant some Crit and the main stat of your class.

Dark ShadowReaper of Doom – 38-70, Crit +2, STR +2
Dark SkullStaff of Doom – 38-70, Crit +2, INT +2
Dark Twin Blades of Doom – 38-70, Crit +1, DEX +2

3.2 – The Unlucky Doom Weapons [DA]

Back in my day, the dark and wretched forces of nature had the decency to sell their wicked tools of damnation and agony face to face! Hmph. Anyway, the second upgrade will require you to get five Unlucky Doom Essences, which drop from the following quests: The Haunted Castle and AmityVillian.

The essences also drop from various wars that occur periodically in the game, so keep your eyes open for those.

When you’re done, bring the essences and your Doom weapon to the Mysterious Orb, and select the option ‘Upgrade Doom?’. After some talking, a merge shop will open. Merge the essences with your Doom weapon to increase its power.

The Unlucky Doom weapons are level 8, deal 40-72 damage, and they now grant some Bonus while also lowering your LUK!

Unlucky ShadowReaper of Doom – 40-72, Crit +3, LUK -3, STR +3, Bonus +1
Unlucky SkullStaff of Doom – 40-72, Crit +3, LUK -3, INT +3, Bonus +1
Unlucky Twin Blades of Doom – 40-72, Crit +3, LUK -3, DEX +3, Bonus +1

3.3 – The Mighty Doom Weapons [DA]

The third upgrade requires a rank of 15 in Blacksmithing, your Unlucky Doom weapon, and eight Unlucky Doom Essences. Yulgar’s Forge is located in Battleon Inn. In order to get there, you will have to go into Lim’s shop in Falconreach, and select ‘Crafting: Building Weapons’ > ‘Battleon’, which will take you to Yulgar.

Talk to Yulgar and select ‘Crafting: Building Weapons’ – this will take you to the Blacksmithing interface. Work your way to the required rank, and then select ‘Make Weapons’ to open the Forge Shop. Scroll down a bit and you will find the Mighty Doom weapons. Merge all of the items, and you will get the following:

The Mighty Doom weapons are level 15, deal 42-74 damage, and grant some more stats.

Mighty ShadowReaper of Doom – 42-74, Crit +3, LUK -5, STR +4, Bonus +2
Mighty SkullStaff of Doom – 42-74, Crit +3, LUK -5, INT +4, Bonus +2
Mighty Twin Blades of Doom – 42-74, Crit +3, LUK -5, DEX +4, Bonus +2

3.4 – The Dread Doom Weapons [DA]

The fourth upgrade. Yep! These next few upgrades will be found in Yulgar’s Forge, so nothing new here.
This time, a Blacksmithing rank of 18 is required and five Unlucky Doom Essences.

The Dread Doom weapons are level 18, deal 45-79 damage, and grant some more stats.

Dread ShadowReaper of Doom – 45-79, Crit +4, LUK -5, STR +4, Bonus +3
Dread SkullStaff of Doom – 45-79, Crit +4, LUK -5, INT +4, Bonus +3
Dread Twin Blades of Doom – 45-79, Crit +4, LUK -5, DEX +4, Bonus +3

3.5 – The Heartless Doom Weapons [DA]

The fifth upgrade comes not only with improved damage and stat values, but also with a wicked new look!
The required blacksmithing rank is still 18, like last time. This time you will need 13 Unlucky Doom Essences for the upgrade.

Also, I just want to note that the weapons were available from a shop called Heartless, which opened up after the Friday the 13th Invasion of March, 2009 was won. They required the same amount of essences. Just a fun fact!

The Heartless Doom weapons are level 24, deal 52-85 damage, and grant some more stats.

Heartless ShadowReaper of Doom – 52-85, Crit +4, LUK -5, STR +4, Bonus +3
Heartless SkullStaff of Doom – 52-85, Crit +4, LUK -5, INT +4, Bonus +3
Heartless Twin Blades of Doom – 52-85, Crit +4, LUK -5, DEX +4, Bonus +3

3.6 – The Obsidian and Forsaken Doom Weapons [DA]

The sixth and seventh upgrades are very small upgrades that came out together, so I decided to merge them into one section. The sixth and seventh upgrades will each requirethirteen Unlucky Doom Essences.

The Obsidian Doom weapons are level 27, deal 52-86 damage, and grant some more stats.

Obsidian ShadowReaper of Doom – 52-86, Crit +4, LUK -5, STR +5, Bonus +3
Obsidian SkullStaff of Doom – 52-86, Crit +4, LUK -5, INT +5, Bonus +3
Obsidian Twin Blades of Doom – 52-86, Crit +4, LUK -5, DEX +5, Bonus +3

The Forsaken Doom weapons are level 31, deal 53-87 damage, and grant some more stats.

Forsaken ShadowReaper of Doom – 53-87, Crit +4, LUK -5, STR +5, Bonus +3
Forsaken SkullStaff of Doom – 53-87, Crit +4, LUK -5, INT +5, Bonus +3
Forsaken Twin Blades of Doom – 53-87, Crit +4, LUK -5, DEX +5, Bonus +3

3.7 – The Grim and Dire Doom Weapons [DA]

The eight and ninth upgrades, coming to a forge near us on a spooky Friday the 13th in August 2010. As per usual by now, you will need a blacksmithing rank of 18 and thirteenUnlucky Doom Essences for each upgrade.

The Grim Doom weapons are level 35, deal 55-89 damage, and grant some more stats.

Grim ShadowReaper of Doom – 55-89, Bonus +4, STR +6, LUK -6, Crit +4
Grim SkullStaff of Doom – 55-89, Bonus +4, INT +6, LUK -6, Crit +4
Grim Twin Blades of Doom – 55-89, Bonus +4, DEX +6, LUK -6, Crit +4

The Dire Doom weapons are level 40, deal 57-91 damage, and grant some more stats.

Dire ShadowReaper of Doom – 57-91, Crit +4, LUK -6, STR +6, Bonus +4
Dire SkullStaff of Doom – 57-91, Crit +4, LUK -6, INT +6, Bonus +4
Dire Twin Blades of Doom – 57-91, Crit +4, LUK -6, DEX +6, Bonus +4

3.8 The Bone, Horrific, Ghastly and Grisly Doom Weapons [DA]

The tenth, eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth upgrades! Boy these old weapons have come a long way, haven’t they? This time, the upgrades are different – they can be found in theShadow Doom shop, run by Ennwen in Braughlmurk Cape.

These upgrades use a new material – Shadow Bone Shards, which can be acquired in the following quests: Braughlmurk DungeonBraughlmurk Sewers, and Haunted Forest. Each upgrade will require thirteen Shadow Bone Shards.

The Bone Doom weapons are level 44, deal 57-91 damage, and grant some more stats.

Bone ShadowReaper of Doom – 59-93, Crit +4, LUK -6, STR +7, Bonus +4
Bone SkullStaff of Doom – 57-91, Crit +4, LUK -6, INT +7, Bonus +4
Bone Twin Blades of Doom – 57-91, Crit +4, LUK -6, DEX +7, Bonus +4

The Horrific Doom weapons are level 48, deal 61-95 damage, and they now grant Melee, Pierce, and Magic Def as well as some more stats!

Horrific ShadowReaper of Doom – 61-95, Crit +5, Magic Def +1, Pierce Def +1, Melee Def +1, LUK -6, STR +7, Bonus +4
Horrific SkullStaff of Doom – 61-95, Crit +5, Magic Def +1, Pierce Def +1, Melee Def +1, LUK -6, INT +7, Bonus +4
Horrific Twin Blades of Doom – Crit +5, Magic Def +1, Pierce Def +1, Melee Def +1, LUK -6, DEX +7, Bonus +4

The Ghastly Doom weapons are level 52, deal 63-99 damage, and they now grant Block as well as some more stats!

Ghastly ShadowReaper of Doom – 63-99, Block +1, Crit +6, Magic Def +2, Pierce Def +2, Melee Def +2, LUK -6, STR +7, Bonus +4
Ghastly SkullStaff of Doom – 63-99, Block +1, Crit +6, Magic Def +2, Pierce Def +2, Melee Def +2, LUK -6, INT +7, Bonus +4
Ghastly Twin Blades of Doom – 63-99, Block +1, Crit +6, Magic Def +2, Pierce Def +2, Melee Def +2, LUK -6, DEX +7, Bonus +4

The Grisly Doom weapons are level 56, deal 65-101 damage, and grant some more stats.

Grisly ShadowReaper of Doom – 65-101, Block +1, Crit +7, Magic Def +2, Pierce Def +2, Melee Def +2, LUK -6, STR +8, Bonus +4
Grisly SkullStaff of Doom – 65-101, Block +1, Crit +7, Magic Def +2, Pierce Def +2, Melee Def +2, LUK -6, INT +8, Bonus +4
Grisly Twin Blades of Doom – 65-101, Block +1, Crit +7, Magic Def +2, Pierce Def +2, Melee Def +2, LUK -6, DEX +8, Bonus +4

4.0 – The Weapons of Destiny

The weapons of Destiny are matching Light versions to their Doom counterparts – they are visually similar, one being the opposite of the other. They have the same DoT special attack as the Doom weapons (see section 2.0 – The Doom Weapons – What?) while being Light element. They match the Doom weapons in level and stats up to a certain level, after which they branch off with different stats and level requirements. The basic, level 8 weapons of Destiny are available to all players, but upgrading them is only possible if you are a Dragon Amulet holder.

In order to get a Destiny weapon, you have two options: Either purify your Doom weapon to turn it into a Destiny weapon of a matching level, or buy a brand new Doom weapon and upgrade it all the way up from the most basic form. Now, purifying only works up to a certain tier – it is not possible to purify a Doom weapon higher than the Obsidian > Pristine tier, since that option is simply not available in the game. That is why I recommend the second method, since upgrading the Destiny weapons is much easier than doing so for the Doom weapons, plus you get to keep your Doom weapon that you worked so hard to upgrade in the first place!

Let’s get down to business. You’ll need to buy a brand new Doom weapon for 28,000 gold from the Mysterious Orb. After that, it’s time to start upgrading your Destiny weapon! Regardless of which method you chose, you can find the Purification and Upgrade shops in the entrance to the Necropolis, from Artix. You need to complete all of his quests in order to unlock the shops.

For both methods, you will need a certain amount of Undead Slayer Badges, much like the essences needed to upgrade the Doom weapons. The badges drop from the following quests: Battle for MoonridgeArtix Vs. The UndeadThe T.A.’s ChallengeThe OutcastToo Many CooksThe Body ShopNoxus FumesMoonridge: Saved! and The Gate Keeper.

In addition, you will need a rank of 15 or higher in Blacksmithing in order to upgrade your Destiny weapon to the Mighty tier, and a rank of 18 for the tiers afterwards.

I’ll list the upgrades available from both methods:

Purification
Requires your Doom weapon and ten Undead Slayer Badges.
Dark/Unlucky/Mighty/Dread/Heartless/Obsidian Doom weapon + 10 Undead Slayer Badges = Shining/Lucky/Mighty/Guided/Brilliant/Pristine Destiny weapon.

Upgrade
Requires your Destiny weapon and a certain amount of Undead Slayer Badges in order to advance to the next tier (remember – no skipping, just like with the Doom weapons! You’ll have to upgrade all the way from the bottom to the top). For the first upgrade, you will need a special item known as Purification Research Materials, which are the equivalent of the regular Research Materials for the Doom weapons. They can be bought at the same place, in Chaney’s shop. (see section 3.1 – The Dark Doom Weapons for more details if you forgot by now)

Destiny weapon + Purification Research Materials = Shining Destiny weapon
Shining Destiny weapon + 5 Undead Slayer Badges = Lucky Destiny weapon
Lucky Destiny weapon + 8 Undead Slayer Badges = Mighty Destiny weapon
Mighty Destiny weapon + 5 Undead Slayer Badges = Guided Destiny weapon
Guided Destiny weapon + 10 Undead Slayer Badges = Brilliant Destiny weapon
Brilliant Destiny weapon + 10 Undead Slayer Badges = Pristine Destiny weapon

After reaching the Pristine tier, upgrades will be found in the Binding Destiny shop, run by Ennwen in Braughlmurk Cape. The upgrades will then require a certain amount ofBraughlmurk Bindings, which can be found in the following quests: Braughlmurk CryptsBrauglmurk Tower and Ship Graveyard.

Pristine Destiny weapon + 13 Braughlmurk Bindings = Binding Destiny weapon
Binding Destiny weapon + 13 Braughlmurk Bindings = Pure Destiny weapon
Pure Destiny weapon + 13 Braughlmurk Bindings = Key Destiny weapon
Key Destiny weapon + 13 Braughlmurk Bindings = Upright Destiny weapon

Finally, here are the stats and links to individual Encyclopedia entries:

The Destiny weapons are level 8, deal 36-68 damage, and grant no stats except for the Destiny staff, which grants +1 to crit.

Blinding Light of Destiny – 36-68
DragonStaff of Destiny – 36-68, Crit +1
Twin Blades of Destiny – 36-68

The Shining Destiny weapons are level 8, deal 38-70 damage, and they now grant some crit as well as the main stat of your class.

Shining Blinding Light of Destiny – 38-70, Crit +2, STR +2
Shining DragonStaff of Destiny – 38-70, Crit +2, INT +2
Shining Twin Blades of Destiny – 38-70, Crit +2, DEX +2

The Lucky Destiny weapons are level 8, deal 40-72 damage, and they now grant some LUK and Bonus as well as some more stats.

Lucky Blinding Light of Destiny – 40-72, Crit +3, LUK +3, STR +3, Bonus +1
Lucky DragonStaff of Destiny – 40-72, Crit +3, LUK +3, INT +3, Bonus +1
Lucky Twin Blades of Destiny – 40-72, Crit +3, LUK +3, DEX +3, Bonus +1

The Mighty Destiny weapons are level 15, deal 42-74 damage, and grant some more stats.

Mighty Blinding Light of Destiny – 42-74, Crit +3, LUK +5, STR +4, Bonus +2
Mighty DragonStaff of Destiny – 42-74, Crit +3, LUK +5, INT +4, Bonus +2
Mighty Twin Blades of Destiny – 42-74, Crit +3, LUK +5, DEX +4, Bonus +2

The Guided Destiny weapons are level 18, deal 45-79 damage, and grant some more stats.

Guided Blinding Light of Destiny – 45-79, Crit +4, LUK +5, STR +4, Bonus +3
Guided DragonStaff of Destiny – 45-79, Crit +4, LUK +5, INT +4, Bonus +3
Guided Twin Blades of Destiny – 45-79, Crit +4, LUK +5, DEX +4, Bonus +3

The Brilliant Destiny weapons are level 24, deal 52-85 damage, and grant some more stats.

Brilliant Blinding Light of Destiny – 52-85, Crit +4, LUK +5, STR +4, Bonus +3
Brilliant DragonStaff of Destiny – 52-85, Crit +4, LUK +5, INT +4, Bonus +3
Brilliant Twin Blades of Destiny – 52-85, Crit +4, LUK +5, DEX +4, Bonus +3

The Pristine Destiny weapons are level 28, deal 55-85 damage, with the axe and daggers now granting some END while the staff now grants some WIS in addition to some more stats.

Pristine Blinding Light of Destiny – 55-85, Crit +4, END +2, LUK +5, STR +5, Bonus +3
Pristine DragonStaff of Destiny – 55-85, Crit +4, WIS +2, LUK +5, INT +5, Bonus +3
Pristine Twin Blades of Destiny – 55-85, Crit +4, END +2, LUK +5, DEX +5, Bonus +3

The Binding Destiny weapons are level 32, deal 57-87 damage, with the axe and daggers now granting some WIS while the staff now grants some END in addition to some more stats.

Binding Blinding Light of Destiny – 57-87, Crit +4, WIS +2, END +2, LUK +5, STR +5, Bonus +4
Binding DragonStaff of Destiny – 57-87, Crit +4, WIS +2, END +2, LUK +5, INT +5, Bonus +4
Binding Twin Blades of Destiny – 57-87, Crit +4, WIS +2, END +2, LUK +5, DEX +5, Bonus +4

The Pure Destiny weapons are level 36, deal 59-87 damage, and they now grant some CHA in addition to some more stats.

Pure Blinding Light of Destiny – 59-87, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, STR +5, Bonus +4
Pure DragonStaff of Destiny – 59-87, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, INT +5, Bonus +4
Pure Twin Blades of Destiny – 59-87, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, DEX +5, Bonus +4

The Key Destiny weapons are level 40, deal 61-89 damage, and they now grant some Parry and a +1 bonus to all stats!

Key Blinding Light of Destiny – 61-89, Parry +1, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, STR +5, Bonus +4, All +1
Key DragonStaff of Destiny – 61-89, Parry +1, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, INT +5, Bonus +4, All +1
Key Twin Blades of Destiny – 61-89, Parry +1, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, DEX +5, Bonus +4, All +1

The Upright Destiny weapons are level 44, deal 61-91 damage, and grant some more stats.

Upright Blinding Light of Destiny – 61-91, Parry +1, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, STR +6, Bonus +4, All +1
Upright DragonStaff of Destiny – 61-91, Parry +1, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, INT +6, Bonus +4, All +1
Upright Twin Blades of Destiny – 61-91, Parry +1, Crit +5, WIS +2, END +2, CHA +1, LUK +6, DEX +6, Bonus +4, All +1

4.1 – The Weapons of Destiny – The Blade of Destiny

The Blade of Destiny – this new weapon was released on February 20th, 2010 as a reward for finishing the ArchKnight saga, available to DA holders and AQ Guardians only. Even though it is a blade, its in-game weapon type is Scythe – allowing all classes to use it. There are two versions:

One for Ash, which scales with his level. Also, it is temporary.
The stats are: Scaled damage to Ash’s level, and: Block +5, Dodge +5, Parry +5, Crit +15, STR +5, Bonus +5, Light +20, Darkness +20

And the second, for your character – level 50 and available from the Destiny Shop after finishing the saga and talking to Ash in Falconreach.
The stats are: 62 – 82 damage, and: Crit +3, Magic Def +3, Melee Def +3, END +5, CHA +3, LUK +3, INT +4, DEX +4, STR +4, Darkness +8, Immobility +8, Fire -1

The level 50 version also has a special attack, Elemental Spirit. See the Encyclopedia entry for more info about it.

It is currently unknown if we can expect more upgrades to this weapon. We’ll just have to wait and see.

5.0 – Doom Knight Special Offer – Everything You Need To Know [DA]

The Doom Knight – as powerful as it is fearsome. The Necrotic Sword of Doom (the fourth Doom weapon), Doom Knight accessories, and finally the class armor are available now through a special deal for DragonLords. If you want to unlock the ultimate power of DOOM… be ready to shell out some cash. Doom isn’t free, you know.

Here is what you need to know:

There are four stages for this deal, and they all depend on how many months you’ve been a DragonLord. Each upgrade costs 19.95$, and there are four overall, which means 80$. BUT WAIT! If you have been a DragonLord for more than 24 months already, you can purchase the whole deal for 65$! Now that’s a deal. BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE! If you purchased the full-account DA upgrade, all four pieces of the Doom Knight equipment will unlock on each and every one of your characters! However, the 40,000 DCs will go only to the main character you’re upgrading. Now that’s quite a deal, eh?

Now, let’s go over the upgrade stages:

  • If you have been playing for six months, you can purchase the first stage for 19.95$, which gives you the Necrotic Sword of Doom with an amazing special attack, as well as10,000 DragonCoins, and finally a special Doom Knight title on your character page!
  • If you have been playing for twelve months, the second stage is available, again for 19.95$. This time you get the Doom Knight Helmet10,000 MORE DragonCoins, and the Superior Doom Knight title on your character page!
  • If you have been playing for eighteen months, another 19.95$ will bump you up to the third stage, which gives you the Doom Knight Cloak10,000 MORE DragonCoins, and the Elite Doom Knight title on your character page!
  • Finally, if you have been playing for twenty-four months, the final 19.95$ will give you access to the Doom Knight armor and all of its devastating, DOOM-y skills. On top of that, you get 10,000 MORE DragonCoins, and the final Master Doom Knight title on your character page!

Now, a few details about the in-game benefits. The weapon and accessories will always stay relevant – as the level cap rises, so will new tiers be added to the Doom Knight items to accompany each new cap. The armor itself is quite powerful – you can get an idea on how to use it and read up about some strategies in revan 225’s Doom Knight Advanced guide. In addition, all details about the Doom Knight armor skills can be found in the Encyclopedia entry.

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