Multi-Year & Special Transmutes

Most Transmuted tokens are created by combining ingredients that are less than 18 months old. Every now and then, players enjoy constructing more aspirational Transmuted tokens. Examples of these include:

  • Boots of the Four Winds
  • Kilt of Dungeonbane
  • Supreme Ring of Elemental Command

The core ingredients of those Transmuted tokens were comprised of Ultra Rare tokens that were released across multiple successive years.

Up until, 2019, all of those tokens were part of the Elemental Eldritch set. In 2020 we began a new multi-year Transmuted token which is the first component of a brand new powerful set bonus. The first of these Ultra Rare "key ingredient" tokens was the Shirt of the Oaf. Over the next four years we released four Ultra Rare Shirts. The first three gave bonus/penalties toward the physical stats (Strength, Dexterity, and Constitution) while the fourth one granted +3 Focus (+3 to cast healing spells, cast damage spells, and polymorph damage) and a saving throw penalty. At the end of those four years, all four of these shirts could be combined into the the Arcanum Shirt which gives +2 to all three physical stats and +2 Focus. This shirt is the first token in the new Arcanum set.

 

The second token in the Arcanum set is going to be Arcanum Greaves (final name TBD). The first two of an eventual four key ingredients used to transmute these greaves are Greaves of Absorption (2023) and Greaves of the Stalwart (2024).

 

In 2026, you'll be able to combine all the Rings of the Xth Circle into the Ring of the Sacred Circle. The powers of this robust ring are shrowded in mystery, but we think you'll enjoy having it. Ring of the Sacred Circle is also going to be part of the Arcanum set.

 

 

And while we're strolling down this path in the garden of über-cool tokens, we'd be remiss if we didn't walk toward the Path to Enlightenment. Once you've collected all four fragments, you'll be able to discover the location of the Mark of Enlightenment. What will this Mark do? You'll have to wait until 2026 to find out...

Both the Ring of the Sacred Circle and Mark of Enlightenment are going to be featured prominently at Ring Con--a very special in-person event coming in 2026. Check out the Ring Con page for all the details.

2026 is also going to see the next "4C" token released. A "4C" is a Relic whose recipe includes multiple years of monster trophies. The tentative name for this upcoming token is Earcuff of Greater Glory. It'll allow the wearer to equip up to four Rings. Save your monster trophies from 2023, 2024, 2025, and 2026 because this recipe is going require every monster trophy from every one of those years--in addition to other ingredients.

2024 marks (pun intended) the debut of Mark of the 3rd Tenet, the first of three in the Mark of the Xth Tenet series. These can be combined into Mark of the Tenets in 2026. A Mark is a magical design that's placed on the skin. Within the context of the game, a Mark is temporary and can be changed between adventures. (think henna) But in real world terms, a Mark token is permanent and barring extraordinary circumstances, is not collected when used.

 

These next tokens aren't actually multi-year, but since they're a bit out of the ordinary, we wanted to make sure our players know they exist and can make plans to create them--if they choose to do so.

Orb of Annihilation becomes transmutable in 2024. The final recipe has not been released yet, but it's going to require one of each VTD participation token from calendar year 2023.

 

 

 

Stalker Bead of Focus and Stalker Bead of Skill each require some Trade tokens and all 20 of the 2023 platinum-back "Stalker" tokens. These hard-to-find tokens never came in the standard ten-packs. They could only be found in the treasure earned by playing a True Dungeon adventure. 

Totem of Heroism is the first ever slotless level-boosting token! To transmute this mighty clockwork beast, you'll need to acquire all 40 of the platinum-back "tinkering" tokens that could only be found in 2022 treasure pulls.

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