Idlescape – Basic Enchanting Guide

Enchanting Guide for New Players

Enchanting

Enchanting comes with three different uses; Scroll Crafting, Augmenting, and Enchanting, which can be switched between at any time using the tabs. Scroll Crafting and Enchanting go hand in hand together while Augmenting is how you increase the power of items, at a risk.

Scroll Crafting

This is the main skill when it comes to creating useful Enchants to put on your gear. Each Enchant requires one Scroll, a handful of Silver from Mining, and a variety of Runes from Runecrafting. Each scroll has a success chance, which can be increased by increasing your effective Enchanting level. Upon failure to make a scroll, you will lose any resources used in the attempt. You can filter what type of enchants you want by clicking on the gear filters at the top.

Scroll List:

  • Scroll: Used in magic to store magical properties: enchantments.
  • Scroll of Embers: Foraging Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Prospector: Mining Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Scholar: Skilling Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Gathering: Gathering Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Superheating: Mining Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Pyromancy: Skilling Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Wealth: Skilling Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Haste: Skilling Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Naturalist: Gathering Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Acrobatics
  • Scroll of Critical Strike: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Poisoning
  • Scroll of Accuracy: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Deflect
  • Scroll of Force: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Healing: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Weakening: General Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Reinforcement: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Protection: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Parry
  • Scroll of False Equilibrium: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Efficiency: Skilling Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Fishing: Fishing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Cooking: Cooking Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Crafting: Crafting Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Refining: Smithing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Runecrafting: Runecrafting Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Chances: Augmentation Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Shrimp Lord: Cooking Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Enlightenment: General Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Prolonging: General Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Treasure Hunter: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Inferno: Cooking/Smithing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Destructive Testing: Mining Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Nature: Foraging Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Root Digging: Foraging Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Patience: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Overhealing: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Farming: Farming Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Gold Digger: Farming Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Fertilizing: Farming Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Cultivation: Farming Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Fortitude: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Pungent Bait: Fishing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Reinforced Line: Fishing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Fishing Magnetism: Fishing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Bait Preservation: Fishing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Oil Spill: Fishing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Deadliest Catch: Fishing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Master Chef: Cooking Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Herbalist: Foraging Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Seed Harvesting: Foraging Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Metallurgy: Smithing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Pure Metals: Smithing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Essence Concentration: Runecrafting Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Fiber Finder: Fishing Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Archaeology: Gathering Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Endless Ammo: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Rune Reserves: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of the Soul Wisdom: General Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Overly Well Done: Cooking Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Recklessness: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Engraving: Runecrafting Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Resistance: Combat Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Supercooling: Mining Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Dwarven Engineering: Mining Enchantment.
  • Scroll of Candy Canes: A scroll enchanted with some sort of winter magic, not compatible with any gear you know of.
  • Giant Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented. Will increase max difficulty in “Valley of Giants” based on highest augment level completed successfully.
  • Corroded Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented. Will increase max difficulty in “Corrupted Lands” based on highest augment level completed successfully.
  • Taproot Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented.
  • Shapeless Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented. Will increase max difficulty in “Chaos Wastes” based on highest augment level completed successfully.
  • Stormy Sea Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented.
  • Enchanted Armory Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented. Will increase max difficulty in “Enchanted Armory” based on highest augment level completed successfully.
  • Fallen Academy Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented. Will increase max difficulty in “Fallen Academy” based on highest augment level completed successfully.
  • Overgrown Woods Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented. Will increase max difficulty in “Overgrown Woods” based on highest augment level completed successfully.
  • Elven Encampment Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. Can be augmented. Will increase max difficulty in “Elven Encampment” based on highest augment level completed successfully.
  • Abandoned Academy Scroll: Useable in the Combat “Fight” Menu. The key to enter the Abandoned Academy Base.
  • Sealed Scroll: A sealed scroll. Doesn’t come with postal information, so I guess it’s yours now! What could its contents be?

Enchanting

After you’ve made some scrolls, this is where you’d go to apply them on your applicable gear. Gear can only hold so many enchants, as denoted by the circle enchant slots on any given item (if it has any). Starting gear can usually only hold one enchant while late game gear can have anywhere from six to eight. You can overwrite enchants in items with a different one, but it would be better to Disenchant the item first to get some of the resources back. You can disenchant an enchanted item by clicking on it and clicking “Disenchant”

Augmenting

You can further enhance any gear you obtain here, by adding levels to it at a cost of some resources and risk, the risk being the destruction of the item, so make sure you are okay with the possibility of that happening. The cost for augmenting an item will be displayed in the UI as well as a success chance, which will increase with your Effective Enchanting level.

Soulbinding

Soulbinding is a safe alternative to Augmenting that will also increase the level of an item at an 100% rate, but will have some conditionals. The first being that you need to get experience on the item to increase its Soul Bind level. There is no cap on the Soulbinding level, but it takes progressively longer to level it up the higher the level becomes. Every three levels you Augment an item, you’ll need a base copy of said item, which also increases by one every three levels after (For example, one base item at level 3, two base items at level 6, three at level 9, and so forth.) However there is a cap on how high you can augment a soulbound item, which is 3 + 1 for every 10 levels of your Effective Enchanting Level. (So at Effective level 170, you can enchant an item up to level 20, even if your soul bind level is level 23).

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