Continuing on from the foundational LiteBringer guide, today’s guide will explain one of the most asked questions – the relevance three-star system.
LiteBringer: the relevance three-star system guide
This star system is no Orion’s Belt, but the depth of the 3-star relevance system is truly out of this world. By the end of this guide, you will have a comprehensive understanding of the LiteBringer relevance three-star system.
Let’s get started:
What do the stars mean?
The stars (relevance) are a rating system to see how well the item’s attributes match up to the specialized character class. As this system does not affect the base classes (warrior, rogue, wizard), it should not be a concern until evolving your character(s) for the first time.
Base classes only benefit from the speed attribute which provides a x2 power multiplier – no other stats provide bonuses.
In the image below, we can see attributes that provide x3 and x2 multipliers for each class. :
To elaborate upon the picture above:
- If the item has an attack attribute of 30, the warrior class will gain 30 attack – and 90 power.
- If the item has an evasion attribute of 30, the warrior class will gain 30 evasion – but only 60 power.
These examples can be seen here below:
The top image shows the base attack attribute (red circle), the base evasion attribute (green circle), and the total base power (yellow rectangle/box).
Reviewing the amulets’ effects in the middle and bottom images above:
- The purple-colored attack attribute – provides 90 power
- The blue-colored evasion attribute – only provides 60 power.
This is happens because the attributes in purple provide three times the bonus power shown while attributes in blue provide only twice the bonus power.
The images and explanations so far provide a basic understanding of how attributes affect each specialized class differently.
Now, we will explore how the relevance system ties to attributes:
The three star relevance system
Proudly introduced in one of the latest updates, the three star system is now broken down into 6 values:
- No stars
- One star
- 1.5 stars
- Two stars
- 2.5 stars
- Three stars
This is displayed in the picture below:
Shown above are five amulets with different star ratings for the Battlemage specialized character class. As can be seen, as the relevance rating reduces from three to zero, the number of x3 (purple) and x2 (blue) bonus attributes also continue to decrease.
The reason the 1.5 star ring is separated from the rest is to show the significance of this particular relevance.
At 1.5 stars (found exclusively on rings) the purple attribute is found in the first item attribute slot – providing the maximum in-slot power bonus to the specialized class. It is also somewhat equal to a 2 star amulet in terms of power bonus provided.
How to filter the relevance star system
When landing on your character inventory page, we can see that the left side of the picture below already orders the items from three stars to zero in descending order. To specifically search for an item of a certain star rating, simply select the ‘Filter Relevance’ and select the chosen star rating.
With the relevance filter selected, only the preferred items will then be shown until otherwise changed (shown below).
As each LiteBringer guide is created, we only see LiteBringer become an increasingly complex, but rewarding experience. Those that put in the time to understand this complexity with due research and perseverance are the ones that get to truly understand how remarkable blockchain gaming can be.
As always, thanks for reading and quest on adventurers!