Anfelt armor

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Anfelt armor scripts are non-functional zests that first appeared during the Revel of the Anfelt festival in 2006. Recent merchants providing these scripts include the gnomish merchant Gizwizit at Return to Coraesine Field in 2013, Ebon Gate, and The Spitfire 2015. Items at low tiers may be further unlocked by Xerria.

Cloth Armor

Analyze

You analyze the puce brocade robes and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions, but the creator has stated that "The item type should not change."

The creator has also provided the following information:

This item can be altered, but should not be altered into something broken, dull, or weak-looking, as the messaging indicates superior craftsmanship that is kept maintained.  
The robes isn't unlocked.

Usage

Leather Armor

Analyze

You analyze the ochre leather gambeson and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions, but the creator has stated that "The item type should not change."

The creator has also provided the following information:

This item can be altered, but should not be altered into something broken, dull, or weak-looking, as the messaging indicates superior craftsmanship that is kept maintained.  
The gambeson isn't unlocked.

Usage

TIER VERB FIRST THIRD
Locked PULL You shrug your shoulders and tug on your full leather, smoothing any wrinkles.
WEAR You don your full leather, tugging it into place.
REMOVE You carefully remove your full leather, inspecting it for wear and tear.
Unlocked PUSH You bend, stretch, and twist, making sure your full leather is properly fitted for battle.
DUST You dust off your full leather, removing the debris of battle.
RUB You rub your full leather, admiring the superior craftsmanship.

Scale, Chain, or Plate Armor

Analyze

You analyze the banded armor and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions, but the creator has stated that "The item type should not change."

The creator has also provided the following information:

This item can be altered, but should not be altered into something broken, dull, or weak-looking, as the messaging indicates superior craftsmanship that is kept maintained.  
The armor isn't unlocked.

Usage

TIER VERB FIRST THIRD
Locked WEAR You don your pink protector, deftly adjusting the fastenings for a sure fit.
REMOVE You undo the fastenings of your pink protector and remove it.
PULL You tug on the fastenings of your pink protector, testing the fit.
Unlocked PUSH You bend, stretch, and twist, making sure your pink protector is properly fitted for battle.
DUST You dust off your pink protector, removing the debris of battle.
RUB You buff your pink protector until it gleams.

Helms

Analyze

You analyze the imflass greathelm and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions, but the creator has stated that "The item type should not change."

The creator has also provided the following information:

This item can be altered, but should not be altered into something broken, dull, or weak-looking, as the messaging indicates superior craftsmanship that is kept maintained.  This cannot be a leather/hide helm, or coif.  There are no further unlocks for this item.

The verbs Wear, Remove, and Rub can be used on your imflass greathelm.

Usage

VERB FIRST THIRD
WEAR You adroitly don your steel helmet as you prepare for battle, adjusting it for a sure fit.
RUB
Worn
You reach up and brush some debris from your steel helmet.
RUB
Held
You polish your steel helmet to a high gloss, admiring the fine craftsmanship as you remove the battle debris.
REMOVE You carefully remove your steel helmet and cradle it in the crook of your arm.

Shields

Analyze

You analyze your govern aegis and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions, but the creator has stated that "The item type should not change."

The creator has also provided the following information:

This item can be altered, but should not be altered into something broken, dull, or weak-looking, as the messaging indicates superior craftsmanship that is kept maintained.

The aegis is fully unlocked.  The verbs Wear, Remove, Dust, Push, Pull, Gaze, Lean, Raise, and Tap can be used on your govern aegis.

Usage

Note: Tier breakdowns are taken from prior article denoting two additional verbs and a possible additional tier. As these were not found on a fully unlocked version, they were withheld from the updated post.

TIER VERB FIRST THIRD
Tier 1 WEAR You slide your golvern aegis deftly over one shoulder and it settles comfortably into place. XXX deftly slides a polished golvern aegis over her shoulder and it settles into place.
REMOVE In a brisk move, you slide a polished golvern aegis off your shoulder and it settles perfectly into your grip, as if made for only you. In a brisk move, XXX slides a polished golvern aegis off her shoulder.
DUST You carefully buff the surface of your golvern aegis, removing the debris of battle. XXX carefully buffs the surface of her govern aegis, removing the debris of battle.
Tier 2 PUSH You thrust your govern aegis firmly in front of you in a defensive maneuver. XXX thrusts her govern aegis firmly in front of her in a defensive maneuver.
PULL You pull your golvern aegis in close, shielding your body. XXX pulls her golvern aegis in close, shielding her body.
GAZE You gaze into the metal surface of your golvern aegis and see a shadowy reflected image of yourself. XXX gazes intently at the surface of her golvern aegis.
Tier 3' LEAN You set the bottom edge of your golvern aegis on the floor and lean against it, relaxing. XXX sets the bottom edge of her golvern aegis on the floor and leans against it, relaxing.
RAISE You raise your golvern aegis high over your head and give a triumphant shout! XXX raises her govern aegis high over her head and gives a triumphant shout!
TAP You drum your fingers along the top edge of your golvern aegis. XXX drums her fingers along the top edge of her golvern aegis.

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