Aura Kingdom Costume Enchantment Card Guide

Aura Kingdom Costume Enchantment Guide will give you a basic idea of upgrading your costumes, and a better insight of different types and ranks of Enchantment Cards, and how you can fuse them, and how you can enchant them to make yourself even more stronger!

 

Introduction

In short, Enchantment Cards improve your costumes and make them more beneficial. By inlaying them onto your costumes, you get more stats boost out of !

There are a few different types and tiers cards, and they offer various boosts and different levels of boost. They increase not only stats, but possibly also skill level, other specs such as Move SPD and so on.

 


 

Type & Tier

There are 4 types of Enchantment Cards that enchant different specs:

  1. Skill enchantment.
  2. Stats enchantment.
  3. Envoy’s Path enchantment (unavailable).
  4. PvE/PvP enchantment.

 

There are 4 different tiers of enchantment, the higher the tier, the better and more boost:

  • Enchantment/Enchantment Card.
  • Worn Out Card.
  • Advanced Enchantment Card.
  • Flashing Card/Legendary Enchantment Card (unavailable).

 


 

How to Obtain

You can obtain these Enchantment Cards through various ways and sources. Different types of Enchantment Cards are also obtained through different methods.

 

Skill Enchantment

These cards increase a specific skill’s level by 5. There are only Magic tier available, usually with prefix Enchantment Card, followed by the skill name. Every skill is available for enchantment, but the inlay position can vary.

In the example below, this card is used to enchant a Costume Headwear, while other cards could be used at Costume Weapon and other pieces.

 

You can obtain skill Enchantment Card through the following methods:

  • Exchange with Dragon Points (DP) in Adventure Encyclopedia.
  • Exchange Enchantment Card Lucky Pack with 30 Tokens from a Class Master in Navea.
  • Some are available as loot from monsters and gatherings.
  • Buy from Auction, other players and stalls.

 

Stats Enchantment

These cards increase your stats. There are 3 tiers available, MagicSecret, and Rare. Most stats and specs are available for enchantment, inlay position can vary. However, certain stats are only available on certain costume pieces.

Magic tier cards usually start with the stats name, followed by the inlay position, and a suffix Enchantment. They only increase stats.

Secret tier cards are similar to Magic tier, they have an additional prefix Advanced. They increase not only stats, but also Weapon Skill Level +1.

Rare tier cards have a prefix Premium, followed by the inlay position and the stats name. They increase not only stats, but also Weapon Skill Level +1.

 

You can find out how much increase in stats does each tier offer in the following table.

Magic Secret Rare
Healing
(HEAL)
+1% +2% +3%
Evasion
(EVA)
+0.5% +1% +1.5%
Vitality
(Max HP)
+1% +2% +3%
Attack
(DMG)
+1% +2% +3%
Critical
(CRIT)
+0.5% +1% +3%
Toughness
(Damage taken)
-1% -2% -3%
Accuracy
(ACC)
+1% +2% +3%

 

You can find out which cards are available for certain inlay position in the following table.

Head
(Headgear)
Face
(Facemask)
Body
(Costume)
Back
(Ornament)
Weapon
(Weapon)
Healing n/a n/a n/a n/a
Evasion n/a n/a n/a
Vitality n/a n/a n/a
Attack n/a
Critical n/a n/a
Toughness n/a n/a n/a
Accuracy n/a n/a n/a n/a

 

 

You can obtain stats Enchantment Card through the following methods:

  • Buy from Loyalty Shop with Loyalty Points (LP), only applicable to Enchantment.
  • Buy Fusion Scroll from Loyalty Shop with Loyalty Points (LP) and fuse yourself, only applicable to Advanced Enchantment.
  • Buy from Item Mall with Aeria Points (AP), including Fusion Scroll, only applicable to Advanced Enchantment.
  • Premium Enchantment cards can occasionally be found on Paragon Table.
  • Buy from Auction, other players and stalls.

 

Envoy’s Path Enchantment

These cards increase your Envoy Path’s effects, but are currently not available in game.

 

PvE/PvP Spec Enchantment

These cards increase a specific PvE/PvP spec. There are only Magic tier available, usually with prefix Enchantment Card, followed by the spec name. There are various specs available, but the inlay position can vary.

In the examples below, this cards are used to enchant a Costume Headwear, while other cards could be used at Costume Weapon and other pieces.

 

You can obtain PvE/PvP spec Enchantment Card through the following methods:

  • Exchange with Dragon Points (DP) in Adventure Encyclopedia.
  • Exchange Enchantment Card Lucky Pack: PVE with 30 Tokens from a Class Master in Navea.
  • Exchange Enchantment Card Lucky Pack: PVP with 220 War Coins from PVP Quartermaster in Navea.
  • Some are available as loot from monsters and gatherings.

 


 

Enchant a Card

You have the ability to enchant an Enchantment Card if it appears to be Unenchanted, and even if it has been enchanted. If you try to enchant a card that has been enchanted previously, the old card effect will be replaced. Please bear in mind t hat you can not redo this process!

enchantment card extreme speed mastery

 

You can only use an Advanced Enchantment or Premium Enchantment card to enchant a Enchantment card. Right click on the card that you want to use to enchant, and the Enchantment Card window will appear.

In this example, we will be using a Premium Back Accessory Enchantment – HP to enchant an Unenchanted Enchantment card.

premium back accessory enchantment hp

enchantment card window

 

 


 

Enchant a Costume

You can enchant any costume if it appears to be Unenchanted, and even if it has been enchanted. If you try to enchant a costume that has been enchanted previously, the old card effect will be replaced. Please bear in mind t hat you can not redo this process!

binky bunny ballons

 

You can only use any tiers of card to enchant a costume. Right click on the card that you want to inlay, and the Enchantment Card window will appear.

In this example, we will be using the previously enchanted Enchantment Card from the above section to enchant a Unenchanted Ornament costume.

enchanted enchantment card

enchant a costume

 

 


 

Removal & Re-inlay

It is sadly not possible to remove an inlaid Enchantment Card.

On the other hand, you can inlay a new card onto a costume that has already been enchanted. The previous card will then be replaced by the new one. Please bear in mind t hat you can not redo this process!

  • DeadlySins666

    This was pretty usefull. I didn’t know that you could enchant (Example) a 10% dmg against bosses with another orange or green enchantment card. This is nice to know 😀 Thx Le Pei!