====== NOTICE: Im only doing the Favour ====== I know most of you will probably know how to do all this, but there are a few who dont, I myself had never upgraded this way before, so hopefully at least one person will find this guide helpful. Firstly what is an upgrader? An upgrader is a tool that lets you improve your armour and weapons by putting in talics, they can be talics to increase your attack power, defence, dodge and accuracy. There are two main types of upgraders, these are known as stable and unstable, as the name suggests the unstable ones are mainly down to chance wether it succeeds or not, if it fails the item your attempting to upgrade will be destroyed and only the upgrader will be left. Unfortunately all of the igno/keen upgraders are unstable, so there is a chance your weapon will blow p and you'll have to buy another. Stable upgraders, have 100% success rate and will never fail, these are the armour upgraders for the most part. The upgrader you get from the box can vary with the lowest being 3-6 and the highest 6-7 (this is both on unstable and stable upgraders) STEP 1:Upgraders These arent your regular upgrading tools that you need to use talics and gems with, these are the upgraders from the cash shop option which is located here on the bottom right on your screen (circled in Red) The page with all the upgraders on is Bounty, this makes it easy to find (circled in white) There are three main types of upgraders you'll generally want to use, they are Ignorance (Number 1) Favour (Number 2) and Favour Protection (Number 3) 1 and 2 are found on page 3, and 3 is faound on page 4. The ignorance is for upgrading weapons, the Favour is for upgrading armour and the favour protection is for shields, these are the large variety of boxes which will give you the better upgraders. You click on whichever upgrader you need, and choose to however many you need ( I like to get a stack at a time), once you've bought them it'll go directly into your bag, the un-opened upgraders look exactly the same on the picture above. Now right click on the upgrader and it will give you something like this; Take note of the letters in the top left, the 'N' is for white armour, normal armour if you like, and the 'B' stands for Intense. There is another, which is Type-C and has an orange C in place of the N or B, but these are essentially worthless as 60+ wepaons/armour cant be turned into Type C. Note you only get one upgrader per box. So that's basically the upgraders you'll use here, there are others but the same process follows using them.