Basic Information[edit | edit source]
The two other parts of the set are:
These Costumes are "skins" (in actual fact complete 3D models) that will replace the look of the according body parts of your player character for as long as these skins are activated/selected by you in the "Costumes" section of your character model (to the right of the "Equipment" TAB that is selected by default).
The "arms" consist of a dark grey, nearly black shoulder pad on the right arm and a silver colored bandage on the left arm that spans from the armpit to the fingertips. The right upper arm is covered by the default shirt that also has a decorative line added on the upper side running from the shoulder to the ArcTek gauntlet.
The Metal Mk I Arms are an updated design for Iron Armguards, but can now be worn permanently as a visible costume instead of actual (crafted) Iron armor parts that had to be equipped in their armor equipment slots in order to become visible on the player character before August 2018.
How to obtain[edit | edit source]
This Costume can only be bought in the Store as a part of the Metal Mk I Costume set. This armor Costume set could be claimed by all players for free for two weeks after its implementation to the Store and became purchasable afterwards.
Please note that all prices in the Store are prone to changes and regular sales offers will reduce some prices for a limited time span.
After buying the Metal Mk I Costume in the Store for Coins (to be paid with real money by purchasing Coin Bundles in the Store), you will obtain the Metal Mk I Arms as one of the three parts that the whole armor costume set consists of.
These arms and the other two costume parts will then always be available for your user account to be selected on all Creativerse game worlds. You don't need and cannot buy them another time (just like Recipe Packs that are account-bound as well).
Costumes do not have to be crafted, which also means you can't make spare ones and you cannot give Costumes to other players.
Different from item packs, buying Costumes will not add any item bundle into your inventory.
Instead, all the Costume parts that you bought can then be found as a selection when clicking on their respective costume slot/s next to your player character's model to the right side of your inventory.
How to use[edit | edit source]
Once you have bought or obtained the Metal Mk I 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 corresponding equipment slots to find a (list of) costume(s) that you own that will fit the depicted body part.
To put on the Metal Mk I Arms, click on the arms icon on the right side of the 3D paper doll. A small window will open and display at least two icons in it - the red "unequip" icon with the crossed-out circle, and the Metal Mk I Arms after you've bought the Metal Mk I Costume armor set.
Then click on the Metal Mk I Arms if you want to use them on your character to activate them. This will now show the Metal Mk I Arm icon in the costume equipment slot and will automatically put the arms Costume on your player character in 3D as well. This selection can be turned off and on again any time you like.
You'll see on your character "doll" that this arm Costume mainly is a silvery grey-colored bandage that covers the whole left arm including the hand. The right upper arm has a dark grey, nearly black shoulder pad and is otherwise covered by the close-fitting default shirt that now has a single decorative line added along the upper side running from the shoulder to the ArcTek gauntlet.
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 Costume part you have chosen will not affect the stats (armor defense points) nor the durability of the original equipped armguards when an arm Costume is worn/activated. The defense points of any armor equipped in your actual armguards equipment slot will be kept.
If you change your armguards armor in the equipment TAB, the defense points will change according to the new armor part in the equipment slot, while your player character will still be shown wearing the chosen Costume, and will keep looking that way even if you unequip all actual equipment.
How to change the color of the Metal Mk I Arms[edit | edit source]
The long left arm-covering bandage of this armor costume will always be grey with a silvery shimmer, the shoulder pad on the right arm (that wears the ArcTek Gauntlet) is always dark gray, nearly black. The right upper arm sleeve of the Metal Mk I Arms will automatically be the same color that you have chosen for the shirt in your character customization. The decorative single line on the upper side of the right arm from shoulder to ArcTek Gauntlet automatically adjusts in color to the color you have selected for the shirt trim.
To change the color of your character's shirt and shirt trim, 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.