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*When used with [[Attuned Enerchi Induction Base]], their combined effects will generate '''8''' extra [[Enerchi]] every catch, even if the mouse caught does not drop [[Enerchi]].
 
*When used with [[Attuned Enerchi Induction Base]], their combined effects will generate '''8''' extra [[Enerchi]] every catch, even if the mouse caught does not drop [[Enerchi]].
  
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== History and Trivia ==
 
== History and Trivia ==
 
*'''25 July 2017:''' The '''Super Enerchi Charm''' was introduced in [[Ronza's Traveling Shoppe 2017]].
 
*'''25 July 2017:''' The '''Super Enerchi Charm''' was introduced in [[Ronza's Traveling Shoppe 2017]].

Latest revision as of 17:12, 20 May 2020

Super Enerchi Charm
Categories: Furoma Rift, Rift Power
Charm Statistics Charm Info
Power: 500 Cost: 3,600
Power Bonus: 5% Limited Edition: No
Attraction Bonus: 0% Crafted: No
Luck: 0 Smashable: No
Cheese Effect: Fresh Tradeable: Yes
Consumed Upon: Always Giveable: Yes
Larry's Loot Lexicon: MouseHunt Info Page Image: External Link
This charm harnesses the enormous residual Enerchi generated within the Furoma Rift and super charges it, providing a bonus +5 Enerchi!




Obtained Via

The Super Enerchi Charm is available from Ronza's Traveling Shoppe. It costs 3,600 gold and 3 Enerchi Charm.

Other sources:

Special Effects

Set Bonuses

The Riftwalker Set can be upgraded into Riftstalker Set with the purchase of Riftstalker Codex.


Riftwalker
Set

Riftstalker
Set

Set Bonus (2 Pieces)
Set Bonus (3 Pieces)
The Rift Set Bonuses require Hunters to own a Rift Base, Weapon or Charm.

History and Trivia