Precise: 20% chance to deal 10,000 damage; Extra 10,000 damage for each unique piece of Mirrorscale set owned; Gains 50 Attack and Defense for each unique piece of Mirrorscale set owned; Increases Player Attack and Defense by 5,000 against Dragon raids; Increases Player Attack and Defense by 5,000 against Giant raids; Provides a 70% Legion Special Power Bonus while in the Anklebiters legion
There are few blades that cut through spirits, shades and the glamours of the fey, but this sword can part magic and illusion as easily as flesh.
A mirrorscale shield can be as deadly as any offensive weapon, as it diverts the magic of your foes and reflects spells back at their source.
Not only does the head represent the most vulnerable of the organs, it is also the center of the vulnerable senses and must be warded against illusion, suggestion and infernal coercion.
Wearing a suit of mirrorscale armor may not fully protect you from a direct gout of dragon's breath, but you'll be hard pressed to find anything that will come closer.
Magic users are wary of warded armor, as it sometimes refracts or warps the spells they cast, leading to unexpected consequences and the occasional friendly fire.
Reflective magic armor will protect you against fireballs and enchanted arrows, but don't expect to be sneaking up on your enemy while you wear it.
Though, if you're lucky, the reflected sunlight may blind them.
While most novices focus on warding against acid and lightning, veterans know that below their magical armor they had better layer poultices against trenchrot and infection.
The most obsessive of wardcasters will create trinkets to ward against all manner of unpleasant fates, from heartache to melancholy. The efficacy of these items is somewhat harder to determine than typical enchantments.
All the warding in the world can still fail you if you choose a vulnerable creature of flesh as your mount, as more than one ward has proven useless against being crushed under a dying horse.