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Romina reached Master Lv.5, and Alustriel (ETS) reached Expert Lv.3. Elsewhere, Maimonides (m/mus) reached Veteran Lv.9. Soteira (Helena) also started training Augury.

The family also welcomed 3 former apprentices as new Expert members. Ambrosia (Emilia) was named after the food of the gods which confers immortality in Greek mythology. Galatea (Catherine STR) was named after the ivory statue crafted by Pygmalion of Cyprus, which was later brought to life by Aphrodite out of love. Lawliet (Gertrude) was named after L, the genius detective in the anime/manga series Death Note. Their additions raised the family level to 36+3.

Soteira (Helena) looted Symbol of Libra, Symbol of Sagittarius, 2 Lv.92 elite armor recipes, and 2 gem recipes from 12 Team Arena missions. The daily raids on Arsene Circus yielded just the standard drops of chips. Cheapskate Arsene hoarded 5 White Gold Bars in his treasure chest again. Thelandira (f/mus) completed 2 Uraeus raids, looting Elite Piernoente Recipe, Elite Calienalbino Recipe, Elite Leviathan Bracelet Recipe, and 1 Lv.92 elite armor recipe. Of course, there were also the super-awesome Mega Talt x4.

To welcome Ambrosia (Emilia) into the family, the Le Noir (wiz) received from Phalanx clan was given to her. The +6 upgrade consumed 30 Upgrade Accelerators and 1 Lacquer +5: Veteran. The enchantment process was more problematic, using up 218 Enchantment Chips and 214 Enchant Boosters. After over-writing DEF Rating +1 once, it finally received DEF +10 and DEF Rating +3. This coat used quite a bit more chips than the previous few armors, but the extra 10 DEF was probably worth it.

Ghae (Andre) crafted Elite Camarylis for Visca (Grace), using the recipe acquired from Uraeus in Week 104. It took 60 Upgrade Accelerators and 2 Lacquers +5: Veteran to upgrade the armor to +6. The enchantment process took 18 Lv.96 Enchantment Chips and 18 Enchant Boosters to get DEF Rating +3, after overwriting DEF Rating +1 once.

Incidentally, I can't find anything called Camarylis, so maybe it is meant to be the flower Amaryllis instead.


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