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Accessories in Ashes of Creation refers to:

Gear slots

There are 16 gear slots in Ashes of Creation:[6]

Artisan gear may be able to be equipped in an "undergarment" slot that can be toggled between adventuring gear and artisan gear.[7]

Jewelry

Jewelry is a type of Armor in Ashes of Creation.[8]

We have jewelry as a slot; and if it has a slot, players will be crafting it.[8]Jeffrey Bard

List of jewelry items

info-orange.pngThis section contains information from Alpha-1 testing. It will be updated when new information is made available.
Item Icon Source Rarity Level requirement Set
Band of Concentration e4da6891-df0b-45f4-b30e-005441d05a77-0.png [[]] Rare 1
Chain Pendant 1ebd4a77-5f70-4fbb-b1b2-edabdceade8e-0.png [[]] Rare 1

List of cosmetic accessories

Mount barding

Mount barding cosmetic reward for backing at the Leader of Men level.[10]

Mount barding (also referred to as Saddles) is armor for mounts in Ashes of Creation. Mount barding is similar in concept to player armor.[11]

  • The higher the level of barding, the better looking it will be.[11]
  • Barding will have multiple components that can be equipped. Each component will increase the stats of the mount, such as hit points and speed.[12][11]
  • Barding cosmetics can only be applied to mounts with barding cosmetic slots.[13]
  • Cosmetic skins may only be applied to barding/saddle items that are earned in-game.[14]
    • Barding skins can not be applied over a mount skin.[3]
    The mount skins are applied to the mount, and barding (think of it like an accessory appearance) can not be applied over the mount skin.[3]Cody Peterson
    • Barding skins' appearance may differ depending on the type of mount.[13]

Attachments

Attachments are able to be unlocked as flair pieces to armor to create a customizable look.[15]

  • There will be hundreds of attachments available ranging from a small clasp to the front plate of a breast plate.[15]

See also

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