In the HentaiVerse, items are obtained by killing monsters and completing arena challenges. Training can increase the chance for some items to drop from slain monsters, and affect the quality and type of those drops.
During a battle round, any defeated monster has a ~4% chance of dropping a powerup. These powerups are automatically slotted in the "P" item slot of the player's inventory. Players can only have one powerup at a time and cannot receive a new one until the current one is used. They persist between rounds of a battle, but are lost at the end of a battle series.
|Mystic Gem||Grants the Channeling effect for 15 turns or until a spell is cast.|
|Health Gem||Restores 100% base health.|
|Mana Gem||Restores 50% base mana.|
|Soul Gem||Restores 25% base spirit.|
These may be set as a player's Battle Items. Players start with 5 item slots and can unlock 10 more via training Rat Pack. Items will restock themselves out of battle as long as there is sufficient supply. The effects of potions (not elixirs) used in combat can be increased via General abilities. For the amounts they restore outside of battle see Recovering.
|Lesser||Restores 25% base health on use + 10% base health per turn for 10 turns.|
|Greater||Restores 50% base health on use + 10% base health per turn for 30 turns.|
|Heroic||Restores 100% base health on use + 10% base health per turn for 50 turns.|
|Elixir||Restores 200% base health on use + 20% base health per turn for 50 turns.|
Magic and Spirit restoratives are separate items, they simply have the same percentages.
|Lesser||Restores 5% base mana/spirit per turn for 15 turns.|
|Greater||Restores 5% base mana/spirit per turn for 5 turns.|
|Heroic||Restores 5% base mana/spirit per turn for 20 turns.|
|Elixir||Restores 15% base mana/spirit per turn for 20 turns.|
|Energy Drink||Restores 10 points of Stamina. Also grants the Energized effect which boosts Overcharge and Spirit by 10% for ten turns.|
|Last Elixir||Restores 20% base health per turn for 50 turns, and 10% base mana and spirit per turn for 20 turns.|
If used as a Battle Item:
- Lasts 25 turns.
- These increase a player's elemental resistance by 25%, and increases the damage done by spells of that element by 25%.
- Only 1 infusion effect may be active at any time in combat.
- Players start with one slots for these and can unlock 5 more via training Tincture. They will restock themselves during battle as long as there is sufficient supply.
If used as an enhancement through The Forge:
- Multiple infusions can be used to extend the time their effects last.
- Lasts 15 minutes per infusion.
- Adds an Elemental Strike effect to the player's weapons.
- A maximum of 2 different types of elemental strikes may exist on a weapon.
- Last 1 hour per infusion.
- Adds 5% elemental resistance to the corresponding element to the player's armors.
These may be set as Battle Items.
- Players start with 1 slot for these and can unlock 5 more via training And A Scholar. They will restock themselves during battle as long as there is sufficient supply.
- These grant supportive spell effects when used and last a long number of turns.
- These override their respective spells. Any Innate Arcana spells affected in this manner will not be auto-cast until the scroll's effect ends.
|Swiftness|| Grants the Haste effect.
|Protection|| Grants the Protection effect.
|the Avatar||Grants the Haste and Protection effects with twice the normal duration.||60? / 90?|
|Shadows|| Grants the Shadow Veil effect.
|Absorption|| Grants the Absorb effect.
|Life|| Grants the Spark of Life effect.
|the Gods||Grants the Shadow Veil, Absorb, and Spark of Life effects.||30 / 30? / 45?|
These may be set as Battle Items in the same slots as restoratives. These consumables provide extremely powerful benefits. They are exceptionally rare.
|It is time to kick ass and chew bubble-gum... and here is some gum.||Your attacks and spells deal significantly more damage for a short time, will always hit, and will always land critical hits. Also replenishes 20% of base mana and health per turn.|| +100% damage. Lasts 7 turns|
Duke Nukem reference (Original from "They Live")
|There are three flowers in a vase. The third flower is green.||Your attack/magic damage, attack/magic hit/crit chance, and evade/resist chance increases significantly for a short time.|| +25% damage, Lasts 20 turns|
Items that can be exchanged for certain random benefits at the Shrine. They are quite rare, but the chance for them to drop can be increased via Archaeologist (up to doubled) and Scavenger training while training Quartermaster very slightly reduces the chances of getting an artifact.
Items dropped by Rare, Legendary, and God-class monsters that can be exchanged for a piece of equipment at the Shrine. Trophies drop 100% of the time except in Arena challenges higher than The Trio and the Tree where the chance is a static 10% (except in the final round where it is once again 100%). The Loot Quality Bonuses and Tier Multipliers of trophies are static and not affected by anything else in the game.
|Name||Description||Loot Quality Bonus||Tier Multiplier|
|Manbearpig tail||No longer will MBP spread havoc, destruction, and melted polar ice caps.||+1000?||x1|
|Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch||You find this in the lair of a White Bunneh. It appears to be a dud.|
|Mithra's Flower||A Lilac flower given to you by a Mithra when you defeated her. Apparently, this type was her favorite.|
|Dalek Voicebox||Taken from the destroyed remains of a Dalek shell.|
|Lock of Blue Hair||Given to you by Konata when you defeated her. It smells of timotei.||+1250?||x2?|
|Bunny-Girl Costume||Given to you by Mikuru when you defeated her. If you wear it, keep it to yourself.||+1500?||x2.5?|
|Hinamatsuri Doll||Given to you by Ryouko when you defeated her. You decided to name is Achakura, for no particular reason.|
|Broken Glasses||Given to you by Yuki when you defeated her. She looked better without them anyway.|
|Sapling||A sapling from Yggdrasil, the World Tree.||+1750?||x3?|
|Black T-Shirt||A plain black 100% cotton T-Shirt. On the front, an inscription in white letters reads: "I defeated Real Life and all I got was this lousy T-Shirt"||x3.5?|
|Unicorn Horn||An Invisible Pink Unicorn Horn taken from the Invisible Pink Unicorn. It doesn't weight anything and has the consistency of air, but you're quite sure it's real.||+2000?||x4?|
|Noodly Appendage||A nutritious pasta-based appendage from the Flying Spaghetti Monster.||+2500||x5|
These are given to the users who place in the top 7 of the monthly toplists.
|Name||Toplist Rank||Loot Quality Bonus||Tier Multiplier|
These rarely drop in normal battles. They are primarily obtained as Arena and Ring of Blood clear bonus drops. Tokens cannot be sold to the Item Shop, sent via MoogleMail, or be exchanged for other tokens.
- Token of Blood: Can be used for the chance to face powerful monsters in the Ring of Blood.
- Chaos Token: Used in the Monster Lab to create new monster slots and upgrade various stats of monsters.
These are rare figurines (based on My Little Pony characters). They are the rarest drop and are a portion of artifact drops. Collecting at least 21 different ones unlocks the Orbital Friendship Cannon Skill. They can also be exchanged for bindings and high-grade materials at the Shrine.
|Twilight Sparkle Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Twilight Sparkle, the cutest, smartest, all-around best pony. According to Pinkie Pie, anyway.|
|Rainbow Dash Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Rainbow Dash, flier extraordinaire. Owning this will make you about 20% cooler, but it probably took more than 10 seconds to get one.|
|Applejack Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Applejack, the loyalest of friends and most dependable of ponies. Equestria's best applebucker, and founder of Appleholics Anonymous.|
|Fluttershy Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Fluttershy, resident animal caretaker. You're going to love her. Likes baby dragons; Hates grown up could-eat-a-pony-in-one-bite dragons.|
|Pinkie Pie Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Pinkie Pie, a celebrated connoisseur of cupcakes and confectioneries. She just wants to keep smiling forever.|
|Rarity Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Rarity, the mistress of fashion and elegance. Even though she's prim and proper, she could make it in a pillow fight.|
|Trixie Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of The Great and Powerful Trixie. After losing her wagon, she now secretly lives in the Ponyville library with her girlfriend, Twilight Sparkle.|
|Princess Celestia Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Princess Celestia, co-supreme ruler of Equestria. Bored of the daily squabble of the Royal Court, she has recently taken up sock swapping.|
|Princess Luna Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Princess Luna, aka Nightmare Moon. After escaping her 1000 year banishment to the moon, she was grounded for stealing Celestia's socks.|
|Apple Bloom Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Apple Bloom, Applejack's little sister. Comes complete with a "Draw Your Own Cutie Mark" colored pencil and permanent tattoo applicator set.|
|Scootaloo Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Scootaloo. Die-hard Dashie fanfilly, best pony of the Cutie Mark Crusaders, and inventor of the Wingboner Propulsion Drive. 1/64th chicken.|
|Sweetie Belle Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Sweetie Belle, Rarity's little sister. Comes complete with evening gown and cocktail dress accessories made of 100% Dumb Fabric.|
|Big Macintosh Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Big Macintosh, Applejack's older brother. Famed applebucker and draft pony, and an expert in applied mathematics.|
|Spitfire Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Spitfire, team leader of the Wonderbolts. Dashie's idol and occasional shipping partner. Doesn't actually spit fire.|
|Derpy Hooves Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Derpy Hooves, Ponyville's leading mailmare. Outspoken proponent of economic stimulus through excessive muffin consumption.|
|Lyra Heartstrings Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Lyra Heartstrings. Features twenty-six points of articulation, replaceable pegasus hoofs, and a detachable unicorn horn.|
|Octavia Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Octavia. Famous cello musician; believed to have created the Octatonic scale, the Octahedron, and the Octopus.|
|Zecora Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Zecora, a mysterious zebra from a distant land. She'll never hesitate to mix her brews or lend you a hand. Err, hoof.|
|Cheerilee Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Cheerilee, Ponyville's most beloved educational institution. Your teachers will never be as cool as Cheerilee.|
|Angel Bunny Figurine||A lifesize figurine of Angel Bunny, Fluttershy's faithful yet easily vexed pet and life partner. All-purpose assistant, time keeper, and personal attack alarm.|
|Gummy Figurine||A lifesize figurine of Gummy, Pinkie Pie's faithful pet. Usually found lurking in your bathtub. While technically an alligator, he is still arguably the best pony.|
|Berry Punch Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Berry Punch. Overly protective parent pony and Ponyville's resident lush. It smells faintly of fruit wine.|
|Bon-Bon Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Bon-Bon. Usually seen in the company of Lyra. Suffers from various throat ailments that make her sound different every time you see her.|
|Doctor Whooves Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Dr. Whooves. Not a medical doctor. Once got into a hoof fight with Applejack over a derogatory remark about apples.|
|Vinyl Scratch Figurine||A 1/10th scale bobblehead figurine of Vinyl Scratch, the original DJ P0n-3. Octavia's musical rival and wub wub wub interest.|
|Daring Do Figurine||A 1/10th scale figurine of Daring Do, the thrill-seeking, action-taking mare starring numerous best-selling books. Dashie's recolor and favorite literary character.|
Crystals are used to increase the stats of monsters in the Monster Lab and raise their morale. These are regularly restocked in the Item Shop and can be gained the quickest via the Grindfest battle mode.
|Crystal of Vigor||Strength|
|Crystal of Finesse||Dexterity|
|Crystal of Swiftness||Agility|
|Crystal of Fortitude||Endurance|
|Crystal of Cunning||Intelligence|
|Crystal of Knowledge||Wisdom|
|Crystal of Flame||Fire Resistance|
|Crystal of Frost||Cold Resistance|
|Crystal of Lightning||Elec Resistance|
|Crystal of Tempest||Wind Resistance|
|Crystal of Devotion||Holy Resistance|
|Crystal of Corruption||Dark Resistance|
Monster food is used to feed monsters in the Monster Lab. They each feed against 2,000 hunger and come in 3 different tiers, each for monsters of different power levels. In addition there are Happy Pills, a rare drop (base rate of 0.015%), that can be used to restore a monster's morale by 6,000 (but they do nothing against hunger).
|Monster Chow||Non-discerning monsters like to munch on this chow.|
|Monster Edibles||Mid-level monsters like to feed on something slighly more palatable, like these scrumptious edibles.|
|Monster Cuisine||High-level monsters would very much prefer this highly refined level of dining if you wish to parlay their favor.|
|Happy Pills||Tiny pills filled with delicious artificial happiness. Use on monsters to restore morale if you cannot keep them happy. It beats leaving them sad and miserable.|
Shards allow for temporary but powerful enhancements to equipment that last for 1 hour (real-time). Multiple shards can be used to extend the time their effects last. Voidseeker, Aether, and Amnesia Shard drops only occur on Hard or higher difficulty. These effects are automatically removed if the affected equipment is sold to the Bazaar.
See The Forge - Shards for the list of shards and their effects.
The base drop rate for ALL items is 10% per monster kill but this is segmented into every type including equipment.
|Character||Menu||Stats • Training • Settings|
|Abilities||Skills • Spells (Spell Damage) • Spirit Stance|
|Levels||Experience Points • Leveling Up • Ranks • Level and Rank Table|
|Info.||Action Speed • Overcharge • Proficiencies • Stamina|
|Bazaar||Monster Lab (Monster Stats • Bestiary) • Shrine • MoogleMail|
|Equipment||Fighting Styles • Prefixes • Suffixes • Interference • Burden • Level Scaling • Ranges • Procs • The Forge|
|Items||Loot Drop Rolls • Obsolete Items|
|Battles||Modes||Random Encounter • Arena • Ring of Blood • Grindfest • Item World|
|Info.||Bestiary • Damage Types • Damage (Physical Damage) • Enemy Procs • RiddleMaster|
|Misc.||Currency||Credits • Credit Transfer • Hath • Hath Perks|
|Strategy||Advice • Play Styles|
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