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Conquest Rewards

Published on July 11, 2012 by in Rift Gameplay

The Conquest Quartermasters are inside each base. The only way to check or buy the items is to join a Conquest game. There are interesting things available at the Conquest Quartermaster, including the rank 50 Synergy Crystal and a new Vengeance source machine. Let’s check them out one by one.

First thing you can buy is the Conquest Master’s Source Engine (or it’s Guardian version). It has +50 Vengeance on it and if you are usually DPSing in PvP you might want to make a full Vengeance source machine. It costs 280 Marks of Conquest and 56k Favor, which is not to hard to get. But you need to remember that you will still need 6 lessers to fill it with.

Conquest Master's Source Engine

There is 1 lessers with Vengeance as a stat for each class, this means you can buy 1 lessers for your class and 1 from the complementary class (warriors/rogue and cleric/mage). The Conquest Quartermaster also sells another lesser for each class but it only has Valor as a stat. And let’s not forget about the new best in slot belt and gloves runes and the amazing new PvP trinket.

Cleric items

The Vengeance lesser for cleric is called the Battleforged Glittering Forcestones and it costs 300 Marks of Conquest and 54.6k Favor. It has both Vengeance and Valor as a stat so it is quite good. If you have extra Marks of Conquest you should consider buying it.

Battleforced Glittering Forcestone

The second cleric pvp lesser that you can buy from Conquest only has Valor on it, it’s called the Battleforged Galvanized Forcestone and it also costs 300 Marks of Conquest and 54.6k Favor.

Battleforged Galvanized Forcestone

If you like to DPS in PvP as a cleric it is worth buying the lesser with Vengeance, but the second lesser is completely useless in my opinion. There are better PvP lessers available from The Unseen.

The rank 50 Synergy Crystal is also being sold by the Conquest Quartermasters. Clerics will have to farm 460 Marks of Conquest and 87.5k Favor for the Harbinger’s Crystal. I ended up buying all the Rank 50 PvP gear by the time I had enough Marks to buy the Synergy Crystal. Probably because I went for the trinket first. These Marks of Conquest are really the limiting factor when it comes to buying the new gear. It can be quite frustrating at the start.

Harbinger's Synergy Crystal

Speaking of the new PvP trinket, here it is, the Conquest Master’s Retribution. It costs 575 Marks of Conquest and 75k Favor and it’s worth it all. I went for the trinket first because it is best in slot of PvE as well if you are healing. On some fights it is better then the Abyssal Mark of Power even. The extra Endurance can work miracles. For once Trion gave us a decent PvP trinket.

Conquest Master's Retribution

The last things you can get from Conquest as a cleric are the runes. Let’s start with the belt rune. It’s called Battleforged Retribution Rune and it costs 230 Marks of Conquest and 37.5k Favor. Compared to the Mathosian Celebrant’s Rune what has 10 Wisdom and 6 Endurance, the PvP rune is better in both PvP and PvE. If you are only healing in PvP and you have a lot of people hating you then that 6 Endurance from the PvE rune might save you every now and then, so it might just be worth using the PvE rune on your PvP belt. Nonetheless the PvP rune is best in slot for PvE.

Battleforged Retribution Rune

The PvP rune for gloves is called Conquest Master’s Retribution Rune and it’s best in slot for everything. So far we only had crit rune for gloves, now we have a decent stat rune at last. It costs 230 Marks of Conquest and 37.5k Favor and you need to buy it for both your PvP gear and your PvE gear.

Conquest Master's Retribution Rune

These are the items you can get from Conquest as a Cleric. Of course you can tick the Show Filtered Items box at the bottom of the vendor window and indulge into the Mage items.

Mage items

The Mage Vengeance lesser is called Battleforged Coruscating Forcestone and it costs 300 Marks of Conquest and 54.6k Favor. It is worth buying and replacing one of the old Unseen lesser with it or just for the new Vengeance source machine.

Battleforged Coruscating Forcestone

The second Mage lesser that you can buy from Conquest is called Battleforged Crystallized Forcestone and it also costs 300 Marks of Conquest and 54.6k Favor. This is not as good as The Unseen lessers but if you don’t have enough reputation with The Unseen you can use this lesser instead.

Battleforged Crystallized Forcestone

The rank 50 Synergy Crystal is sold by the Conquest Quartermaster also. For Mages it is called Savant’s Synergy Crystal and it costs 460 Marks of Conquest and 87.5k Favor. I think this should be high on your priority list when it comes to buying PvP items, but it’s up to you.

Savant's Synergy Crystal

The Mage PvP trinket is called Conquest Master’s Insight and it costs 575 Marks of Conquest and 75k Favor. This is not a bad trinket. It’s definitively best in slot for PvP and in some cases for PvE. For PvE Mages use the Abyssal Mark of Power or it’s counterpart from Infernal Dawn, the Greed of Burburov. But in some fights this trinket can be better. It is best in slot if you are playing Archon or Chloro at least.

Conquest Master's Insight

The Battleforged Insight Rune is the new belt rune for Mages available at the Conquest Quartermaster. It is the best rune you can get for belt for PvP and for PvE (unless you play Archon, the you might want to keep the Mathosian rune with +6 Endurance). If you wish to buy this rune you will have to gather 230 Marks of Conquest and 37.5k Favor.

Battleforced Insight Rune

The next item you can get is the gloves rune, Conquest Master’s Insight Rune. This rune is best in slot for both PvP and PvE because the only other available rune is + 15 spell crit which is not as useful as +13 Intelligence. This rune costs 230 Marks of Conquest and 37.5k Favor.

Conquest Master's Insight Rune

You can also buy some of the cleric lessers if you wish to. I would at least buy the cleric vengeance lesser for the Vegeance source machine.

Rogue items

This section should remain empty. Rogues don’t need gear, all they need is Fan Out ability all over their bars and they are unstoppable in Conquest. I was never very fond of Rogues, but with this Fan Out rain in Conquest the level of dislike I have in rogues has increased by at least 20 points.

The Rogue Vengeance lesser is called Battleforged Shimmering Forcestone and it costs 300 Marks of Conquest and 54.6k Favor. Not that rogues need more gear. They can Fan Out while naked as well.

Battleforged Shimmering Forcestone

The Battleforged Encrusted Forcestone is the second lesser rogues can buy from Conquest. For some reason it has more Strength then Dexterity. Probably it is a mistake on Trion’s part. I sure it will get fix. Until then some warriors can be happy.

Battleforged Encrusted Forcestone

The Reapers Synergy Crystal is the rank 50 crystal for rogues. It costs 460 Marks of Conquest and 87.5k Favor.

Reaper's Synergy Crystal

Moving on, next item rogues will find on the Conquest Quartermaster is the new PvP trinket. The Conquest Master’s Fury costs 575 Marks of Conquest and 75k Favor. It is probably best in slot for PvE and it is definitely best in slot for PvP, helps out with that Fan Out spam.

Conquest Master's Fury

The Battleforged Fury Rune is the new rune for belt. It costs 230 Marks of Conquest and 37.5k Favor. It is best in slot for both PvP and PvE so start gathering those marks.

Battleforged Fury Rune

The gloves rune for rogues is called Conquest Master’s Fury Rune and it also costs 230 Marks of Conquest and 37.5k Favor. There is no other better rune for gloves so you want to buy this rune for your PvE gear also.

Conquest Master's Fury Rune

Warrior items

Moving on to a more deserving class, the Vengeance lesser Warriors can buy is called Battleforged Scintillating Forcestone and it costs 300 Marks of Conquest and 54.6k Favor. It doesn’t have crit, but I think it’s still worth buying after you got your trinket, synergy crystal and enchants.

Battleforged Scintillating Forcestone

The second lesser warriors can get is called Battleforged Prismatic Forcestone and it also costs 300 Marks of Conquest and 54.6k Favor. This lesser is also worth buying because of the crit. I know that warriors need crit so they can Riftwalk and the previous lessers they could buy from The Unseen didn’t have crit.

Battleforged Prismatic Forcestone

The rank 50 synergy crystal for warrior is called Vanquisher’s Synergy Crystal and it costs 460 Marks of Conquest and 87.5k Favor. If you PvP a lot buy this first, if you PvE a lot buy the trinket first and then this.

Vanquisher's Synergy Crystal

Speaking of the trinket, here it is, the Conquest Master’s Vengeance. It costs 575 Marks of Conquest and 75k Favor, making it the most expensive item on the Conquest Quartermaster. This is best in slot for PvP. It is also best in slot for PvE if you are a tank and even if you are a dps warrior. Unless you are superhuman and you manage to not disconnect from the boss no matter how punishing the encounter is for melee, this trinket is better then the Golem Inductor.

Conquest Master's Vengeance

Moving on to the new warrior runes, we have the Battleforged Vengeance Rune for belt. If you’re not a tank this is better for both PvP and PvE. It costs 230 Marks of Conquest and 37.5k Favor.

Battleforged Vengeance Rune

And the last rune for warriors is the Conquest Master’s Vengeane Rune which costs 230 Marks of Conquest and 37.5k Favor and it’s by far the best rune you can get for gloves so it’s worth buying.

Conquest Master's Vengeance Rune

As a warrior you can buy some of the rogue lessers as well. Just click the “Show filtered items” box at the bottom of the vendor window and feel free to browse around.

 
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