This item allows selection of stats. See below for a list of available prefixes. Superior Sigil of Smoldering ,Infusion Slot, Unused Infusion Slot. Eureka is a legendary mace crafted in the Mystic Forge, connected to the Heart of Thorns expansion through the required tasks and materials.
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The arm wielding Eureka glows red from the heat and grows crystals of red and purple obsidian, which constantly change in size and location.
The character lights up in flames, similar to a Warrior’s Berserk, and shards of flaming obsidian shatter off the body while making a sound of crumbling rocks. Lightning surges along the hilt, while the mace’s prongs fold up and molten obsidian gathers at the tip to form the mace head. Once cooled down the mace head shows small embers inside, while emitting red-grey flames and silver sparkles. Stowing the mace will cause the head to cool off completely, and ultimately to shatter into small shards of obsidian. The previously extended prongs fold back into the initial state.
The footfalls consist of reflective shards of obsidian in various sizes that erupt from the ground.
Swinging the mace emits a dark heavy sound and leaves a bright trail of red light. Default projectiles are replaced with a flaming spike ball of obsidian similar to the mace head.
It is recommended that you do not attempt to stat change your precursor item with the standard stat swap recipe in the Mystic Forge. While you will be provided with an item with the desired stats, it will have been replaced with a generic ascended item that cannot be used as a legendary precursor.
Eureka was released with Living World Season 3 Episode 2, Rising Flames. Eureka was the first Heart of Thorns legendary weapon to use a new system of legendary weapon crafting. Both the names of the precursor (Endeavor) and legendary weapon (Eureka) have strong ties to iconic Australian culture. The ship of James Cook was the ‘Endeavour’, and the Eureka Stockade was a rebellion against the colonial authority of the time. Eureka is an interjection used to celebrate a discovery or invention. It is a transliteration of an exclamation attributed to Ancient Greek mathematician and inventor Archimedes. Hypothesis and For Science support this origin.
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