Check out this guide to find out how to properly enchant equipment in Outward Definitive Edition!

Outward Definitive Edition has a ton of enchantments that can be used so that each player can have buffs and win certain fights easily. With the most recent update for outward, enchanting has gotten much easier, due to it now being available everywhere and people can get a hold of enchants easier now.

This guide will show you all you need to know about enchanting in Outward Definitive Edition.

Enchanting Guide – Outward Definitive Edition

Types of Enchantments

There are 2 main types of enchantments in Outward Definitive Edition, they are:

  • Soroborean Enchants
  • Caldera Enchants

Soroborean enchants can be accessed at any time, and the enchant item is a pink scroll with a butterfly attached to it.

Caldera Enchants can be accessed once you’ve built the New Sirocco in the volcanic region. You need to also build an enchanting guild in your town which will use rare materials to enchant your items.

A very important thing to note is that you also need to complete your Faction Quest firstly before building the New Sirocco.

Soroborean enchants will be the more common ones that you will mess around with, as the Caldera ones are meant to be created during the late-game phase.

Scrolls

The scrolls are the enchants that you get, on these scrolls, you can find the following information:

  • Incense
  • Pillar Placement
  • Equipment
  • Conditions

These listed things are the requirements that you will need to do in order to apply this enchant to your desired piece of equipment.

Incense

Incense is a crafting material that can be created in an Alchemy Kit. The incenses are basically the effects that you are applying to your equipment, without them, your items will be worthless.

There are 2 types of incenses, they are:

  • Lesser
  • Major

The Lesser Incenses are easier to come by as they only require Dreamer’s Root and any particle.

The Major Incenses require you to have the following ingredients:

  • Purifying Quartz
  • Tourmaline
  • Elemental Particle
  • Lesser Incense

Enchanting Pedestal & Pillar

To begin the enchantment process, you will need to have an enchanting pedestal and a required number of enchanting pillars to place.

They are easily obtainable by alchemists around town, try to have at least 4 pillars in your inventory per enchant.

An important thing to know about the Enchanting Pedestal is that you need to be facing North and place it down. You can place the pillars on all 4 different sides:

  • North
  • South
  • East
  • West

The scroll will show you all the directions where you need to place your pillars in order for the enchant to work.

On the scroll you have the standard letters N, S, E, W, which are the sides, and you also have the second letters which are C and F. These two letters mean Close or Far.

Equipment & Conditions

Certain enchantments will have a certain piece of equipment that can only be attached to. That’s why you will need to read out which scroll goes where.

The conditions that the scroll shows you is the weather that you need to wait for. Sometimes it can be day or night, sunny or rainy. Simply read what the conditions are required on your scroll to make the enchant.

Once you’ve set up all the pillars and the enchanting pedestal, open up your pedestal and insert the piece of equipment that you want to use.

The incents go inside the enchanting pillars.

You are only able to have 1 enchant on a piece of equipment.

And just like that, you can now begin enchanting all your equipment pieces in Outward Definitive Edition!

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