Basic Information[edit | edit source]
It consists of
The Electro Cycle Costume sports the updated design for the Obsidian armor set, but can now be permanently displayed as a visible costume instead of only becoming visible when actual (crafted) Obsidian armor parts with defense points were equipped in their armor equipment slots like it was the case before August 2018.
Please note that prices in the Store are prone to changes and regular sales offers will reduce some prices for a limited time span.
After buying the Electro Cycle Costume (or having claimed it for free during the first two weeks right after implementation) in the Store, you can wear any of its parts separately if you activate the according body part/s in the "Costumes" section of your character model (to the right of the "Equipment" TAB that is selected by default) that you can access when opening your inventory.
Costumes are "skins" (in actual fact complete 3D models) that can also replace the look of equipment and even body parts of your player character for as long as these skins are activated/selected.
In the case of the Electro Cycle armor costume, the "arms" are mainly a futuristic black gauntlet with a hard lower arm protection that has glowing inserts for the left arm, as well as small black quadratic patches at the underside of both upper arms.
The torso consists of a futuristic stiff v-shaped chest armor with pointed shoulder pads and several glowing inserts in the middle of the chest as well as a popped collar. Different to the Fury Warrior Costume torso, the Electro Cycle Costume armor completely covers all of the shirt.
The legs consist of stiff black lower leg protection with a long glowing insert, black shoes, three patches on the inside of the upper leg, inflexible black short pants with glowing inserts right below the waist and protection splints at the outsides of the thighs.
How to obtain[edit | edit source]
From then on, all 3 costume parts will be available for your user account to be selected on all Creativerse game worlds when you click the "Costumes" button over your character equipment "doll" in the inventory window.
Different from item packs, buying Costumes will not add any item bundle into your inventory. Instead the Costumes that you bought can then be found as a selection when clicking on their respective costume slots next to your player character's model to the right side of the inventory.
This means that you cannot buy this Costume set nor any of its parts another time (just like Recipe Packs that are account-bound as well).
These Costumes do not have to be crafted, which also means you can't make spare ones and you cannot give Costumes to other players.
How to use[edit | edit source]
Once you have bought or obtained the Electro Cycle Costume, all the 3 Costumes that are part of this set can be activated individually on your player character's paper doll to the right side of your inventory by clicking on the word "Costume" above the character's head.
Then click on any of the 3 correspoding equipment slots - arms, torso, legs. A small window will pop up where you can see a (list of) costume(s) that fit the depicted body part.
Click on one of the Costumes that you want to use to activate it. It will then be displayed in the costume equipment slot and automatically be shown on your player character in 3D as well. This selection can be turned off and on again any time you like.
To deselect the chosen costume or to select another one, simply click on "Costumes" and then on the according costume slot/part once again to chose either another costume or none (by clicking on the red crossed-out circle).
The stats (armor defense points) nor the durability of the original equipment are affected when a Costume is worn/activated.
Since the stats (defense points of armor) of your actual equipment will be kept like shown in the "Equipment" TAB below all the armor parts, this will not be influenced even by stronger "looking" armor Costumes.
If you change your actual equipment, these stats will change according to the armor worn in the actual equipment slot, while your player character will still be shown wearing the same chosen Costume that does not change at all, and the character will keep looking that way even if you unequip all actual equipment.
How to change the colors of this armor costume[edit | edit source]
Most parts of Electro Cycle Costume will always be black and partly light-reflecting (its inflexible parts). The glowing inserts of the Electro Cycle arms and torso seems to automatically adjust in color to the colors that you have chosen for the shirt trim in your character customization, however with a much brighter tone.
Such, a dark grey shirt trim will induce light gray colored inserts, an orange trim will become bright yellow inserts, and a dark wine red shirt trim might be turned into bright pink glowing inserts. The glowing inserts in the Electro Cycle legs will adjust to the colors that you have chosen for the pants trim in the character customization, and will again be lightened up significantly.
To change the color of your character's clothes, please exit the game world and return to the main screen of the game. Then click on the gear-like symbol (or on your username) in the bottom left corner of the screen.