Sylph (2)

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<descriptor> <fabric> sylph
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Creature Levels:
    Overall 42
    Level Variance (-2 ⁄ +2)
40–44
    Natural Attack ?
    Weapon Attack ?
    Defense ?
    Player Estimated -
Potential overall skill: 180
Skill Cap 150 to 250
Skinnable Yes
Has Coins Yes
Has Gems Yes
Has Boxes No
Has Other Unknown
Uses Weapons No
Alignment Unknown
Corporeal Yes
Construct Yes
Casts Spells Yes
Attack Range Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks Unknown
Special Defenses Unknown
Body Type unknown
Body Type (Alt) unknown
Body Size unknown
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Skinning Details
Skin Name tattered cloth remnant
Skin Weight 4
Ranks Required ?
Max Value ?
Max Arranged ?
 


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Introduced as Tuesday Tidings 109.

Recall

The moonsilk sylph is the product of the esoteric Ilduyeno Enchantment, which employs Elemental magic to animate violent fabric constructs with the power of Air. The same enchantment that animates these constructs also causes great damage to the fabric when the moonsilk sylph is destroyed. Still, those sufficiently proficient in skinning techniques may salvage enough threads to be of interest to craftsmen who deal in scraps. According to the rumors, the enchantment was originally designed as an act of trade sabotage by an especially competitive player of the Elothean textile industry.


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