Minecraft Dungeons offers a variety of enchantments players can attach to their weapons or armor. However, the game allows for experimentation. Sometimes heroes just need to take out their enchantments to try new ones.
Some items have built-in enchantments. However, many other items can be invested in with enchantment point. These points are given to heroes as they level up in Minecraft Dungeons. It can be difficult to get them back. While players shouldn’t worry when they first start out, veteran high-level players need to be more patient with their enchantment points use. Reclaiming or removing them from gear can cause a player to lose a little bit of their ability to play.
Minecraft Dungeons allows weapons and armor to have up three enchantment slots. To increase their effects, heroes can use their enchantment points to purchase enchantments for their gear. These points can only be reclaimed once they have been spent. One option is to use the salvaging system, which allows players to remove the gear and get resources and enchantment point. The heroes will have to remove the gear from their inventory and select it for salvaging. This will give them their enchantment points back and also provide an emerald bonus. However, the item will be destroyed.
You can also use the upgrade function at the blacksmith’s camp to reclaim enchantment points. After completing three missions, players can get an upgraded piece of their gear by handing in their gear to the blacksmith at Minecraft Dungeons. This is useful in Minecraft Dungeons as it preserves the gear and gives back all enchantment points that were used before it was upgraded. This allows heroes to continue using their enchantment points as they wait for the upgraded (and unenchanted!) piece of gear. This allows for the “cleansing” of unwanted enchantment effects and also allows for the reallocation of enchantment point. It’s usually a win-win situation.
It all boils down to player choice in Minecraft Dungeons. Some heroes might prefer the emerald bonuses from scrapping gear while others will sacrifice a favorite item to help a few dungeon elves. Enchantment points are finite due to the fact that players receive so much loot as well as many new enchantments while on their adventures. They are finite and should be used wisely to keep your heroes alive and well in the final stages of Minecraft Dungeons’ difficulty levels.