Bracelets are unique accessories that provide additional combat stats and effects in Lost Ark. They can be unlocked after reaching item level 1490 and upgraded to ancient grade after reaching item level 1540. They can have up to 5 lines of effects, depending on their rarity and grade. In this guide, we will cover how to obtain, re-roll, upgrade, and choose bracelets for different classes and roles in Lost Ark.
Bracelets can be obtained from various sources, such as:
♢ Abyssal Dungeons: These are dungeons that are unlocked by completing each continent's main story quest line. They reward you with materials that can be used to craft bracelets of different tiers and sets.
♢ Chaos Dungeons: These are dungeons unlocked by reaching item level 250. They reward you with random bracelets of relic or ancient grade.
♢ Guardian Raids: These are unlocked by reaching item level 302. They reward you with random bracelets of relic or ancient grade.
♢ Auction House: You can buy or sell bracelets at the auction house.
♢ Event Exchange NPCs: You can exchange event tokens or currencies for bracelets at certain NPCs during special events.
♢ GvG S Rank: You can obtain bracelets by participating in a guild versus guild battles and reaching S rank.
♢ Island Events: You can obtain bracelets by completing island events on the sea map.
Re-rolling bracelets are changing the effects and stats on your bracelet to get better ones. You can re-roll your bracelet up to 4 times, using silver as the cost. The cost increases after each attempt.
Before re-rolling your bracelet, you should decide whether to use, sell, or trade it. Once you begin re-rolling, the bracelet will be bound to you and become untradeable.
To re-roll your bracelet, you need to use the bracelet NPC in any major city. You can also use the re-roll window in your inventory by clicking on your bracelet.
There are three categories of effects that you can have or roll on a bracelet:
♢ Basic Effect: This is the main stat of your bracelet, such as Strength, Intelligence, or Dexterity. It increases by a fixed amount when you upgrade your bracelet from relic to ancient grade.
♢ Combat Stats: These are the secondary stats of your bracelet, such as Crit, Specialization, Domination, Swiftness, Endurance, or Expertise. You can have a maximum of 2 combat stats on a bracelet. The rollable range of stats increases with the rarity and grade of your bracelet.
♢ Various Special Effects: These are the unique effects of your bracelet, such as increasing damage or healing under certain conditions, reducing cooldowns or mana costs, granting buffs or debuffs, etc. There are many different types of special effects, and some are more suitable for certain classes or roles than others.
Before each re-roll attempt, you can manually lock the effects you want to keep and not change. You can also lock the basic effect and one combat stat by default. However, some effects have a blue lock icon and cannot be re-rolled.
Upgrading bracelets enhance your bracelet from relic to ancient grade. This will increase its item level, stats, and effects and add an extra line of effect.
You need to use the upgrade window in the bracelet NPC menu to upgrade your bracelet. You also need to have enough materials and gold for the upgrade.
The materials required for upgrading your bracelet are crushed radiant hero bracelets obtained by dismantling ancient-grade bracelets. You need 100 crushed radiant hero bracelets to upgrade one bracelet.
The gold required for upgrading your bracelet depends on its rarity and set. Different sets have different gold costs for upgrading.
Upon upgrading your bracelet, the current value of basic effect and combat stats will be increased by a fixed amount. For example, if your relic bracelet has +1000 Strength and +100 Crit, your ancient bracelet will have +1100 Strength and +120 Crit.
Additionally, upgrading your bracelet will increase the number of slots by 1. This means that your ancient bracelet will have one more line of effect than your relic bracelet.
Choosing bracelets is the process of selecting the best bracelets for your class and role in Lost Ark. You should choose bracelets that match your main stat, combat stats, and special effects.
The main stat of your bracelet should be the same as your class's main stat. For example, if you are a Warrior, you should choose a bracelet with Strength as the basic effect. If you are a Mage, you should choose a bracelet with Intelligence as the basic effect.
The combat stats of your bracelet should be the ones that benefit your class and role the most. For example, if you are a damage dealer, you should choose bracelets with Crit and Specialization as the combat stats. If you are a support, you should choose bracelets with Swiftness and Specialization as the combat stats.
The special effects of your bracelet should be the ones that enhance your performance in different situations and content. For example, if you are doing Chaos Dungeons or Abyss Raids, you might want to choose bracelets with effects that increase damage or healing when attacking enemies with full hp or less than half hp. If you are doing Guardian Raids or Legion Raids, you might want to choose bracelets with effects that reduce cooldowns or mana costs or grant buffs or debuffs.
This concludes the summary of the Lost Ark Bracelet System Guide. I hope this helps you with your Lost Ark bracelet progression.