Sacred 2:Flesh-Eaters' Implements

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Technical Data

Class: All

Set name: Flesh-Eaters' Implements

Set Item Names:

Available sockets:

  • Material.png 2 Material
  • Gold.png 2 Gold


Armor Resistances:

  • N/A

Bonus to Combat Arts

  • N/A

Bonus to Skills

  • N/A

Bonus to Attributes

  • N/A

Item Modifiers

About the Set

  • This set was designed to provide the game with a dual-wielding set for axe users. The names of the set pieces are inspired by the mythological creatures known to feast on human flesh.
    • Ghouls are those who feed on the flesh of the dead, eventually becoming more grotesque than the corpses they consume. They are known to haunt graveyards and crypts.
    • The Wendigo, on the other hand, are known by Native American tribes to prefer warm living flesh, the better from which to steal the victim's strength.
    • Tengu are bipedal winged creatures from Japanese lore. In some tellings they are more noble, but in others they swoop down on unsuspecting prey with outstretched claws.
    • Finally, we have the Jotun, the most fearsome giants of the north, some large enough to swallow a man in one gulp.

The Set Bonuses

These bonuses are dependent on character level and game difficulty. As the character levels up the Set Bonus will increase on a per level basis. In some cases there will be no change in stats from one level to another. This is because some stats increase at a fraction per level up. The server difficulty being played on will also have an effect on the Set Bonuses. For example a character's Set Bonuses will be higher in Niobium difficulty than any other difficulty.

# of Items Bronze Silver Gold Platinum (lvl 100) Niobium (lvl 200)
Chance to inflict Serious Open Wounds 2 +7.1% +8.0%
Leech life from opponents 4 +1.5% +1.7%


Recommended pieces

  • Powerful set for any dual wield build as it includes the deadliest melee damage modifiers
  • Jotun's Maw is good for socketing in weapons because of its flat physical damage boost

Set Item Drop Levels

  • The axes begin dropping at level 20 and drop in 10 level increments.
  • The ring beings dropping at level 18 and drops in 10 level increments.
  • The amulet begins dropping at level 40 and drops in 20 level increments.

See Also

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