The Socket system allows you to improve your character stats through a proccess of inserting runes in your items. And with the help of the Sealing Compound you can improve those stats!
The first step is to create the socket slots for your runes to be places, to do that you can use the drills:
Each drill will open a slot for your runes, and each color refeers to a different character attribute:
*The stats of the runes don't count to the minimum requirements of the items.
- Red gives you strength
- Yellow gives you spirit
- Green gives you health
- Purple gives you talent
- Blue gives you agility
Each rune has 4 variants, they give different amounts of stats based on their type:
- Simple gives you +4 points
- Intermediary gives you +8 points
- Advanced gives you +12 points
- Supreme gives you 12+ points
To open a slot in your item you must right click on the drill and after that left click the item you want to open the socket.
All runes are dropable and you can upgrade it using the Craft System.
To apply a rune to your item you must right click on the rune and after that left click the item you want to apply the rune. The item must have a open socket.
You can use Sealing Compound on your runes to make them better before adding them to your items. When you use Sealing Compound on a rune, there's a random chance of coming one of the following stats:
HP (5 ~ 50)
MP (10 ~ 100)
SP (10 ~ 100)
You can use Sealing Compound as many times you want, each time it will come with new random stats.
To use them you must right click on the Sealing Compound and after that left click the rune you want to seal.
You can remove the rune from your item using the Toolkit or remove the entire socket from your item using the Soldering Iron. To use the toolkit you must right click on the Toolkit and after that left click the item that has the rune you want to remove. To use the Soldering Iron first you need to remove boths runes from the item using the Tollkits, and then use Soldering Iron 2 first to clean the second socket, and then Soldering iron 1 to clean the first one, always in this order. You can't clean the first socket before the second.
Socket System YouTube video guide: