"A staff infused with bone-chilling cold by a master sorcerer. Its ice enchantment is continuous."
This weapon has a level 18 requirement. Characters at level 17 and below will experience rapid stamina drain even while executing basic attacks or sprinting.
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|N/A||12,000 G|| 37,400 G|
Glacial Rectrix x4
| 115,200 G|
Winter's Path Tome x4
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| 6,300 RC |
Septiscopic Crystal x2
| 9,300 RC |
Bright Azure Scale x4
- Sold by Caxton at Caxton's Armory in Gran Soren after presenting him with a Gold Idol in the quest Idol Worship.
- May be found within The Greatwall during Deny Salvation, located in the chest behind the locked door on the third floor, just before the Wights boss battle. The guard must survive the fight with the Skeleton Lord in order to unlock this door (18% loot chance).
- May be found in a chest within The Tainted Mountain Temple. Located on the central-northern side of the lower level of the Temple Antechamber where Hellhounds are encountered.
Enhancement Item Locations
- Glacial Rectrix
- Winter's Path Tome
- Sold by Akim on the exit floor of the Post-Game Everfall.
- May be found in chests in various Gransys locations, including:
- At the Watergod's Altar first level underground. At the end of a large room where there's a chest containing a high percent chance to get Cleansing Earring, at your right side there's a small passage leading to a room with a chest and a ledge to jump and climb to. After you climb, you will see a ladder and a chest to your right side (rare drop).
- Three of these can be given to the player by Valmiro when talking with him in Cassardis (requires max Affinity).
- It can sometimes be found within the cavern of Hillfigure Knoll among the stacks of books.
- Septiscopic Crystal
- Dropped by Maneaters hiding within Bitterblack Isle Chests.
- Azure Scale
- Dropped by a Frostwyrm.
- The 'Algid' words are true, Algid is a rather cold and lonely word, etymologically speaking-it's the only word in any of the dictionaries we publish that comes from the Latin word algēre, meaning "to feel cold."
- As it says 'Bloom' and the 'Algid' means cold, this is possibly a reference to the flower that blooms during Winter, possibly a reference to Leatherleaf Mahonia, in appearanace