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No Rest for the Wicked: How to Enchant Your Equipment



No Rest for the Wicked: How to Enchant Your Equipment

The equipment upgrade system in No Rest for the Wicked involves various methods, From simply upgrading your weapons and armor by going to the Blacksmith to enchanting and infusing your equipment to provide them with various buffs and even increase their rarity.

Now, enchanting your equipment is a bit advanced system but it is fairly easy to perform on your equipment to gain various buffs and increase their rarity. This guide will help you how to enchant your equipment in No Rest for the Wicked.

How to Enchant Your Equipment in No Rest for the Wicked

You will be able to Enchant your equipment and other weapons and armor in your inventory once you have reached Sacrament after defeating Warrick the Torn. Once you are in Sacrament, you need to go to a vendor named Eleanor, located next to Whittacker who sells you cupboards and storage chests.

Eleanor offers various services and as you speak to her, you need to select the Enchant option. It will open the menu of Enchantment with all of your weapons and armor pieces on the left side. From here, you need to select a weapon or an armor piece you wish to enchant. As you select an item, a warning message will open disclaiming that the selected item will be enchanted but lose two Rune Slots and three Gem Slots.

Confirm to enchant your selected item for a cost of 1 Silver and your item will gain random buffs depending upon the random rarity it gets. It can either be a Blue or Purple rarity with decent buffs. The Rune Slots and the Gem Slots that your item lost cannot be reversed and you probably wouldn’t need those slots due to good buffs.

It is one of the best ways to get equipment of high rarity and good passive buffs that will make your journey a lot easier. However, keep in mind that upgrading the high-rarity equipment for more damage and mitigation costs more rare resources.

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