Collector

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Collectors are NPCs that will exchange trophies for other items. Every collector requires a specific kind of trophy, and a specific number of them, before he or she will provide the collector reward.

Weapons and armor can be obtained from collectors, ranging in damage and armor rating upon the region the collector is found in. Some collectors also offer items such as kits, alcohol, or festival items during special events.

In explorable areas you can locate collectors by using the mission map. Collector locations are marked with a small icon of a bag. Moving your mouse cursor over the marker tells you what they collect.

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[edit] Armor collectors

An armor collector is a type of collector who in exchange of trophies will give you a piece of armor. The armor they provide is usually slightly inferior to the armor you buy from the Armor crafters in the same region. Each of these collectors only have one armor piece each to trade which means you will need to visit at least five of them to get a complete set of armor.

For every profession in the game, armor collectors will offer an armor piece of an armor level, and appearance, appropriate for that profession and that region. This basically means that an armor collector from Ascalon will not provide you a piece of armor with maximum armor for your profession whereas an armor collector from Southern Shiverpeaks will.

[edit] Quest reward collectors

Quest reward collectors are a subtype of collectors who collect quest reward trophies (like Monastery Credits). These trophies can only be obtained as quest rewards, unlike other trophies, which are obtained as loot. These collectors offer a number of items, including the following:

Vabbi Trade Officials also offer Diamonds, Rubies and Sapphires.

[edit] Special event collectors

Festival reward collectors appear during special events collect trophies or festival trophies, such as Sentient Roots and Candy Cane Shards, in exchange for festival-exclusive items, such as Candy Cane weapons or Grab Bags.

[edit] Armor

[edit] Weapons

Main article: Collector weapon

[edit] Upgrades

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