Gems are additional stat or damage boost that players can equip straight onto their weapon.
Gems can be obtained through boxes, transmutations, profession or treasure boxes. The maximum numbers of Gem Slots currently is 4 that can be unlocked in the inventory menu. The initial few breakthrough of the Hongmoon weapon only have 2 slots but will eventually go up to 3.
Removing a Gem from the Slot requires a currency cost.
There are currently 7 types of Gems in the game each having it’s own random bonus from an unknown pool, but each gem has a specific activation type. Below are the Gems along with their activation type and most common bonuses, which they are not limited to.
|Gem||Gem Name||Activation||Possible Bonuses|
|Ruby||Triggers on Attack||
|Amethyst||On a Critical Hit||
|Citrine||When an enemy is stunned or knocked down||
|Sapphire||When an enemy blocks or evades.||
|Diamond||Straight up Stat Bonus||
Along with Types of Gems, there are also Gem shapes ranging from Triangular, Square, Pentagonal and Hexagonal currently. The more corners a shape has, the more potent it’s bonus are. For example a Square Amethyst gives 75 Instant Recovery while a Pentagonal Amethyst gives a 150 Instant Recovery.
Lastly, Gems also have a type of Quality that ranges from Normal, Hongmoon, Brilliant, and Sparkling currently. Similar to the shapes, they also give better bonuses. For example, a Normal Triangular Peridot gives 50 HP Overtime while a Brilliant Peridot gives 75 HP Overtime.
- Blade & Soul Gem Guide
- Blade & Soul Gems
- Blade and Soul
- Blade and Soul Amethyst Gem
- Blade and Soul Brilliant Gem
- Blade and Soul Citrine Gem
- Blade and Soul Diamond Gem
- Blade and Soul Emerald Gem
- Blade and Soul Gem
- Blade and Soul Gem Guide
- Blade and Soul Hexagonal Gem
- Blade and Soul Hongmoon Gem
- Blade and Soul Pentagon Gem
- Blade and Soul Peridot Gem
- Blade and Soul Ruby Gem
- Blade and Soul Sapphire Gem
- Blade and Soul Square Gem
- Blade and Soul Triangular Gem
- Bland and Soul Sparkling Gem