The Inventory UI Window display both your currently equiped Gear aswell as any items and treasures you’ve collected in your last visit to the combat zones.
–Items & Loot>Inventory – Make sure you master item management
A core component of Loot Burn Kill Repeat are items, during your adventures you will come across truck loads of treasures, gear and other goodies that might be useful or be sold for some extra Shards. Don’t worry about the items previous owner he or she is most likely dead by now anyways!
Consumable items usually come in the form of a resource booster like the Health vial. When consumed a specified amount of the target resource will be restored to your character, you can consume the item either from the Inventory Window or the Item Quickbar if you’ve placed it in one of the quickbar slots.
The Plasma Fuel consumable will be automatically collected and consumed when your character approach the item in the game world, but most consumables are stored in your inventory and require manual activation
There are also some consumables that function as keys to secret areas or certain map sections.
Mission related items are a special item type that are hidden in your inventory and only used when reaching certain progress of the mission it belong to. Mission items are usually identified by their Exclamation mark icon.
There are many log books spread out among the maps, these books are also known as Personal Data Devices. Collecting one of these PDD‘s will add content to your own Log book (Hotkey: J) containing background story, IGCC messages and more)
In addition to logs there’s also a chance to find Monster Samples when killing monsters, the samples will add monster descriptions and data to your Beastiery which can also be read with your log book.
When items drop from killed monsters or loot in the world some items might receive a higher rarity ranking, greatly increasing their powers and properties. The likelihood of higher rarity ranked items to drop is determined by your characters Rare Item Find chance (RIF)skill, more powerful monsters also give a bonus to the RIF value, this gives you a greater chance of receiving better gear when defeating better opponents.
>Item Rarity Rankings
- Common: The most basic items and gear are of common ranking, they hold no benefits
- Enhanced: Enhanced items are identified by their green icon background, the items will have small property bonuses attached
- Rare: Identified with a blue icon background, these items are usually pretty useful and can hold both modifiers and property bonuses
- Epic: The epics are marked with a yellow background and provide a proper bonus to properties and may come with up to 3 modifiers
- Mythical: Mythical items are the most rare item you can find in loot and dead monsters. The Mythical’s are powerful items that provide good bonuses and up to 4 modifiers. These items can be identified by their brown background.
- Exquisite: This is a special item type reserved for unique items and are the most powerful you will find, they can only be found by completing certain mysteries or other tasks, also some unique and rare monsters or merchants may have exquisite items in their belonging
- Armors (see Gear)
- Runes (see Gear)
- Weapons (see Gear)
- Log books
- Mission Items
- World Items (see World Items)