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Duplicatus Cell

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Duplicatus Cell
An imbued item obtained in
the Ruins of Alzadaal.

Blocks the obliviscent psychowaves
that prevent the use of support jobs.


Stackable: Not Stackable

Other Uses

Resale Price: Cannot be sold to NPCs.

Salvage:

  • Allows the use of subjobs.
  • If this item is in your inventory before entering another Salvage, you will be denied entry. You must remove this item before being allowed into Salvage again.
  • Used to spawn Socket Notorious Monsters.

Synthesis Recipes

None

Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipe

None

Obtained From Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Drops from monsters in Salvage. As they are discovered, please add them.

Dropped From

Name Level Zone
Archaic Gear Arrapago Remnants
Bifrons Bhaflau Remnants
Black Pudding Bhaflau Remnants
Bull Bugard Zhayolm Remnants
Troll Ironworker Bhaflau Remnants
Troll Lapidarist Bhaflau Remnants

Stolen From

Name Level Zone
Qiqirn Astrologer Arrapago Remnants

Historical Background

All imbued cells used in Salvage are named after various cloud formations.


Duplicatus is Latin for “doubled”. It refers to a few varieties of cloud formations.


Cirrus duplicatus

These are cirrus clouds (thin, wispy clouds) that form 2 close layers of identical cirrus clouds, one above the other. Sometimes these layers can be merged.


Altostratus duplicatus

These are altostratus clouds (gray-toned blanket clouds that span hundreds of miles) that form 2 close layers of identical clouds, one above the other. These clouds are found between 6500- 20,000 feet.


Altocumulus duplicatus

These are altocumulus clouds (small cottony clouds found high up, typically with a small gray portion) that form 2 close layers of identical clouds, one above the other. These clouds are found between 6500- 20,000 feet. They are formed by convection in an unstable layer of air. This link has images of such clouds [1]


Stratocumulus duplicatus

These are stratocumulus clouds (low, unevenly shaped clouds) that form 2 close layers of clouds, one above the other. These clouds are found at 6000 feet or under. These form where there are rising air currents in the sky.