Epic items. Crafting (General/Events): Four-Leaf CloverCharmed Set is a set of 9
|Clover Cudgel||350||365||441||Weaponized Charm: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each Drunken Leprechaun in the active legion; Extra damage against Large raids||Crafting|
|Serrated Bottle Shard||350||365||441||Weaponized Charm: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each Drunken Leprechaun in the active legion; Extra damage against Large raids||Crafting/General/Events|
|Charmed Hat||350||365||441||Weaponized Charm: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each Drunken Leprechaun in the active legion; Extra damage against Large raids||Crafting/General/Events|
|Luck's Link||375||340||460||Weaponized Charm: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each additional Charmed set item equipped (including the Clover Cudgel, Serrated Bottle Shard, and Silent Coach); Extra damage against Large raids||Crafting/General/Events|
|Silent Coach||465||485||586||Death Approaches on Four Wheels: Chance for bonus damage; Extra damage for each additional Charmed set item equipped (including the Clover Cudgel, Serrated Bottle Shard, and Luck's Link); Extra damage against Large raids||Crafting/General/Events|
|Drunken Leprechaun||130||110||158||Drunken Leprechaun gains 1 Attack and Defense for each Magical Being troop in the legion||Crafting/General/Events|
Full Set Bonus
|Raid Attack Value: 4135|
|Duel Power: 2860|
|It surprises no one that the leprechauns' weaponry is enchanted to be lucky. After all, the only thing they love to do more than fight is to gamble.|
|Leprechauns are extremely talented at fighting in tight, enclosed spaces. This is probably due to the fact that the majority of their drunken brawls take place in bars. Additionally, they've become adept at smashing bottles to make impromptu weapons, but never before they've finished drinking the alcohol within.|
|The leprechauns are always well-dressed, even when on the battlefield. Though they do wear armor, it's designed to mimic the look of their dapper suits, right down to a hat made of emerald steel.|
|In order to keep up the effect of making armor that looks like their iconic suits, leprechaun blacksmiths have paired this stylized cuirass with a fetching coat that's been woven with threads of emerald steel.|
|The only part of a leprechaun's armor that isn't made from emerald steel, these pieces of handwear are woven from the finest silk found within the Rainbow Realm. The result is a glove that is simultaneously stylish-yet-functional, both on and off the battlefield.|
|Aside from the emerald steel woven together to make these, the armored breeches also contain several pockets that usually hold a leprechaun's multitude of flasks. Exactly what kind of alcohol is in these containers has never been revealed to outsiders, but it has been known to work as an incredibly effective paint thinner.|
|Known in the Old Tongue as "Buataisi Taistil go Tapa" ("Boots of Fast Travel"), these pieces of footwear were renamed by the leprechaun chieftain Finn MacHagrid, during one of his legendary drunken benders. Because he was under the influence of a cocktail known as the "Divine Drink of Destructive Delight", MacHagrid refused to undo his decision once he sobered up for fear of angering his people's alcoholic gods.|
|They say this ring was a gift from the Golden Lady centuries ago, freely given to a mortal she loved. They say more than her heart broke when time, the greatest thief of all, delivered him into death's arms. They say she still carries the ring with her, searching for another person worthy of her heart.
They say a lot of things.
|Many consider the leprechauns' coaches to be harbingers of death. True, lives often end when one of these vehicles passes by, but that's more often due to a pack of the drunken blighters spilling out in a rage and attacking pedestrians for some perceived slight.|
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