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A Set is a group of specific items which when worn together give bonuses to the wearer. There are many different Sets available in Dofus. The more items from a Set you equip, the larger the bonus obtained from that Set.

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Custom Sets

Some players will use custom equipment that combines elements from different Sets, either to strongly emphasize a particular characteristic, or because the main Set does not require all equipment slots to be filled. For example, a player might wear the full 4 items of the Arachnee Set but continue to use Young Adventurer Set items for their remaining equipment slots to gain the partial set bonus in addition to the bonus for wearing a full Arachnee Set.

Class Sets

Each class has a specific set which grants them unique spell bonuses. A list of class-specific sets is available on the Class Sets page.

Sets

In bold is the level required to wear the full Set, then the level requirement for each item.

All Kwak Sets require a bwak of the respective element to complete the Set.

Crow Set requires Baby Crowdzilla to complete the Set.

Koalak Set requires Bloody Koalak to complete the Set.

Turtle Set requires Atooin to complete the Set.

Wabbit Set requires Wabbit to complete the Set.

All Pandala Sets require a shield of the respective element to complete the Set.

Set bonus only lists bonus for wearing full Set, stats from individual items are not listed.

Set Name Full Amulet Belt Boots Cloak Hat Ring Weapon Shield Set Bonus
Aerdala Set 70 62 70 57 65 64 57 62 1 +1 MP, +1 Range, Agi, Vit, Wis, Traps, %Traps
Akwadala Set 43 41 41 35 41 43 37 43 1 +1 AP, +1 MP, Cha, Vit, PP, Wis
Alcoholic Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Altruistic Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Ambusher Set 34 33 33 34 33 31 33 32 - +1 AP, +1 MP, +2 Range, CH, Damage, Init, Vit
Ancestral Set 114 110 111 110 114 114 113 - - +1 Range, Damage, %Damage, CH, Init, REarth, RNeutral
Arachnee Set 8 - 6 - - 6 5 8 - Agi, Vit, Damage
Bandit Set 17 16 15 - - - 17 12 - Vit, Init, Damage
Beanie Set 45 - - 43 45 44 45 - - Agi, Vit, Wis, RAir
Bearman Set 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 - +1 AP, Vit, Agi, %Damage, Summon, MagicR, Init
Berserker Bworker Set 185 184 - - 185 - 179 182 - +1 MP, Str, Agi, CH
Black Rat Set 108 103 101 101 105 102 98 108 - +1 Range, Traps, %Traps, Agi, Vit, CH
Black Scaraleaf Set 53 - 43 - 53 53 48 - -  %Damage, RNeutral, Vit
Bloodless Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Blue Piwi Set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - Cha, Init, Damage, Heals
Blue Scaraleaf Set 46 - 46 - 45 44 43 - - Cha, RWater, Vit
Boar Set 22 - 18 22 - - 19 - - Vit, PhysR, Init
Bobble Set 33 27 - - 33 33 33 - - Range, Vit, Dmg, Wis, Int
Boon Set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - Agi, Wis, Str, Int, Cha, Life
Boowolf Set 64 57 49 61 64 61 51 55 - Str, Vit, Heals, PP, Wis
Bwork Chief Set 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 - +1 MP, Agi, Str, Wis, Vit, Init, Pods
BzzZet 37 - - 34 33 37 - 27 - Vit, Wis, Cha, Int, +/- Str, +2 Summons, CH
Ceremonial Set 134 134 133 134 130 133 131 - - +1 MP, Vit, Agi, Int, Wis
Champion Set 1 - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 +100 Life, Str, Int, Cha, Agi, Wis
Cherry Blop Set 50 50 50 50 - - 50 - - +1 AP, Vit, Int, RNeutral, REarth, RFire, RAir, WWater
Cicada Set 33 - - - 30 33 - - 1 Vit, Cha, Wis, Damage, FireR to fighters, WaterR to fighters
Coco Blop Set 50 50 50 50 - - 50 - - +1 AP, Vit, Agi, RNeutral, RWater, RFire, RAir, WEarth
Country Set 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 - +1 AP, +1 Range, Vit, Agi, Int, RNeutral, Init
Crackler Set 47 46 46 47 46 44 - 37 - Str, RNeutral, MagicR, PhysR
Criminal Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Cristalline Set 48 - 48 - 21 22 30 - - Heals, Vit, + 1 Range
Crocodyl Chief Set 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 - +1 AP, Cha, Agi, Vit, Wis, RAir, REarth
Crow Set 45 - - 45 45 45 - 45 - +1 AP, +1 MP, +1 Range, Damage, Wis
Dark Set 97 - 92 - - 95 - 97 - Heals, Damage, Vit
Dragon Pig Set 108 100 77 93 103 98 108 82 - +1 MP, Vit, Wis, Agi, Cha, PP
Dreggon Set 129 124 124 129 127 128 128 - - +1 MP, Agi, Wis, Str, Int, Cha, Damage, %Damage
Earth Kwak Set 42 42 41 40 41 41 42 41 - +1 AP, +1 MP, +1 Range, Str, Vit, Wis, Cha, REarth
Elya Wood Set 135 135 - - 80 - 120 120 - +1 Range, Vit, Int, Heals
Farle Ingalsse Set 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 - +1 MP, Vit, Str, Agi, Wis, REarth, PhysR
Farmer Set 20 20 20 18 19 19 12 17 - Wis, Vit, Cha, Damage
Feudala Set 98 91 81 68 92 98 81 76 1 +1 MP, +1 Range, Int, Vit, Wis, Heals, Init
Fire Kwak Set 42 42 41 40 41 41 42 41 - +1 AP, +1 MP, +1 Range, Int, Vit, Wis, Agi, RFire
Funguset 181 - 177 181 - - 180 - - +1 Range, Str, Damage
Gato Set 45 43 45 - 45 44 - - - Str, Vit, Wis, Damage, %Damage, REarth, Phys, Initiative
Gladiator Bworker Set 189 - 181 184 - 189 179 - - +1 AP, Cha, Int, CH
Gobball Set 20 3 20 10 10 10 10 10 - +1 AP, Damage, Str, Int, Wis, Life
Gobkool Set 55 20 37 38 55 47 38 41 - +1 AP, Damage, Cha, Agi, Wis, Life
Golden Scarabugly Set 59 45 51 54 58 58 43 59 - Vit, Wis, Damage, Heals
Green Piwi Set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - Agi, Init, Damage, Heals
Green Scaraleaf Set 46 - 46 - 45 44 43 - - Str, REarth, Vit
Gutter Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Ice Kwak Set 42 42 41 40 41 41 42 41 - +1 AP, +1 MP, +1 Range, Int, Vit, Wis, Cha, RWater
Indestructible Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Indigo Blop Set 50 50 50 50 - - 50 - - +1 AP, Vit, Cha, RNeutral, RWater, REarth, RAir, WFire
Innumerable Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Jellix Set 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 - - Int, PP
Kitsou Set 62 26 - - 62 61 55 - - +1 AP, Vit, Wis
Koalak Set 61 60 60 60 61 60 53 61 - +1 AP, +1 Range, Agi, Vit, Wis, CH
Koolich Set 82 - - 73 69 82 - 75 - Damage, Wis, Heals, CH, PP
Larval Set 40 26 - 33 27 34 - 40 - Heals, Int, Vit, RFire
Legendary Crackler Set 86 84 80 86 84 80 80 81 - +1 AP, +1 MP, +1 Range, Init, Wis, CH, REarth, RWater
Lemon Set 32 - - - 30 30 20 32 - Cha, Int, Damage, CH
Light Set 136 - 128 136 - 134 - 132 - +1 Range, Vit, Wis, Damage, CH
Lispzoth Set 128 - - - - 128 - 132 - Vit, Init
Megaman Set 45 - 45 43 45 44 - - - Vit, Cha, RWater
Minotoror Set 113 111 111 113 109 33 105 109 - +1 AP, Summon, Vit, Wis, Heals
Minotot Set 163 158 149 163 156 157 151 151 - +1 Range, Cha, Int, Heals, Wis
Moowolf Set 143 143 125 131 139 141 126 - - +1 AP, +1 Range, Vit, Damage
Moskito Set 21 15 - - 16 15 21 - - Cha, PhysR, Vit
Mumminotor Set 112 111 112 110 111 110 111 112 - Int, Cha, Summon, Wis, +1 MP
Mush Mush Set 9 - - 9 9 3, 3 - - Wis, Int, Damage
O'Boul Set 77 77 - - 67 24 - 59 - Vit, Int, Wis, CH
Ougaa Set 185 181 185 - - 178 - 180 - Damage, Wis, PP, +1 Range
Peggy the Lousy Pig Set 40 - 39 - 37 36 40 - - Vit, CH, Wis
Pineapple Set 1 - - 1 1 1 - - - PP
Pink Piwi Set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - Heals, Life
Pippin Blop Set 50 50 50 50 - - 50 - - +1 AP, Str, Vit, RNeutral, RWater, REarth, RFire, WAir
Posh Set 45 - - - 33 45 - - 1 Init, Damage
Prespic Set 38 - 33 - 37 36 38 - - Reflect, Damage, Wis
Prince of Thieves Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Purple Piwi Set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - Wis, Init
Reckless Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Red Piwi Set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - Int, Init, Damage, Heals
Red Scaraleaf Set 46 - 46 - 45 44 43 - - Int, RFire, Vit
Royal Cherry Blop Set 80 80 80 80 - - 80 - - Int, Wis, CH
Royal Coco Blop Set 80 80 80 80 - - 80 - - Agi, Wis, CH
Royal Gobball Set 70 50 52 50 50 50 30 70 - +1 AP, Str, Int, Vit, Damage
Royal Indigo Blop Set 80 80 80 80 - - 80 - - Cha, Wis, CH
Royal Pippin Blop Set 80 80 80 80 - - 80 - - Str, Wis, CH
Royal Rainbow Blop Set 90 90 90 90 - - 90 - - +1 Range, Vit, Damage, Heals
Set of Eastern Wood 40 - 32 30 36 40 - - - Agi, Vit, Str, Int, Cha, Ini, PP, Damage, CH
Shika Ingalsse Set 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 - +1 MP, Int, Cha, Vit, Wis, RFire, RAir, RWater
Shroom Set 187 - - 181 185 188 187 - +1 AP, Agi, Wis, %Traps
Slait Set 49 - - 43 47 49 43 - - Vit, Heals, Wis, +1Range
Sloppy Set 123 - - - 123 120 122 - +1 AP, Str, Cha, Wis, Damage
Soft Oak Set 145 138 141 136 142 145 139 - - +1 MP, Vit, Wis, Damage, %Damage, Heals
Sovereign Set 168 - - - 152 168 158 - - +1Range, Vit, Wis, PP
Sponge Set 11 11 10 11 10 11 10 10 1 +1 Range, Vit, Wis, Init, Damage
Stringsecticide Set 192 189 192 - 190 - 186 - - +1 AP, Int, Wis, Summon
Sucker Set 199 194 - - - - 189, 199 - - +1 AP, Wis
Terrdala Set 83 80 49 76 63 75 77 83 1 +1 AP, Str, Vit, Damage, RNeutral
The Godfather Set 48 - 48 40 48 43 40 - - + 3 Range, +1 MP, Vit, Wis, Cha, Int, Heals, Summon, Dmg, CH
Timeless Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Toady Set 30 - - - - 30 - 30 - Agi, Damage, CH
Tofu Set 26 22 22 23 26 23 21 25 - Damage, Init, Vit, Agi, Wis
Treechnid Set 45 20 45 45 45 45 40 45 - +1 AP, Str, Life, Damage, RNeutral, REarth, WFire, WAir
Turko Set 50 - - 50 50 50 50 - - +1 MP, Agi, Vit, PP, Damage
Turtle Set 60 - - 60 60 60 - - - +1 Range, Cha, PP, Damage
Undergrowth Set 179 - 179 175 - - - 175 - Cha, Damage, CH, PP
Vassal Set 105 105 - 100 97 104 - - - +1 Range, Int, Agi, Wis, Heals
Vegetative Set 58 40 - - 58 40 - - - +1 AP, PP
Venerable Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Viootifool Set 46 - 46 43 45 44 - - - Vit, Int, RFire
Wa Set 30 - - - 30 30 - 25 - Life
Wabbit Set 60 60 60 60 60 60 - 60 - +2 MP, Life, PP, Damage, Init
White Rat Set 109 103 102 99 102 105 101 109 - +1 AP, Vit, Agi, Str, RNeutral, RAir
White Scaraleaf Set 46 - 46 - 45 44 43 - - Agi, Vit, RAir
Wild Set 150 - 130 100 80 40 150 - - Agi, Int, Cha, Str, Wis, Vit, Damage, Heals, PP, Summon, %Resistance, +1 AP
Wind Kwak Set 42 42 41 40 41 41 42 41 - +1 AP, +1 MP, +1 Range, Str, Vit, Wis, Agi, RAir
Yellow Piwi Set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - Str, Init, Damage, Heals
Young Adventurer Set 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - Agi, Wis, Str, Int, Cha, Vit
Zothician Set 139 - - - - 134 - 139 - Damage
Zothulist Set 158 - - - - 156 - 158 - Int, Str
Set Name Full Amulet Belt Boots Cloak Hat Ring Weapon Shield Set Bonus

External Links

  • Dofus Set Creator - A powerful set creation tool, requires creating a free account
  • Dofus Set Widget - A useful Dofus Set Widget, requires MacOSX Tiger and download

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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

EverQuest II Tradeskill

ArtisanOutfitterWeaponsmith

Set Image:Icon Missing.gif
 
Casting Instant
Recast 3.5 seconds
Duration 4.1 seconds
 
Technique Metalworking
 
Effects:
  • Decreases progress
  • Increases durability

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

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Set

You better have a killer reason.....
Biography
race: Ghoul
affiliation: Necropolis
role: Leader of Necropolis ghouls
location: Necropolis
family: Typhon - son
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout
quests: Destroy the Super Mutants at the Watershed
Fix the Necropolis water pump
Statistics
SPECIAL: 5 ST 7 PE 7 EN 8 CH 7 IN 9 AG 6 LK
Technical
dialogue file: SET.MSG
actor: Jim Cummings
Nap! Dirt! Napdirt!

—-Set, in the Cafe of Broken Dreams.

Set is the leader of all the ghouls in Necropolis in 2161, except for the underground ghouls who lived in the sewers and the Glowing Ones who live in Vault 12. He has a son called Typhon.

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Background

Set is known for being a pretty rude and unpleasant fellow, whose colorful vocabulary contains a lot of use of the word "dirtnap" and the phrase "standing in my shadow". He is not mentioned in the Vault Dweller's memoirs, but the Vault Dweller did kill the super mutants, which led to the slaughter of everyone in Necropolis, including Set himself. The Cafe of Broken Dreams features Set among other Fallout characters. Set's dialogue there suggests that his verbal repertoire may be the result of insanity.

Interactions with the player character

Set is annoyed at the Super Mutant presence in Necropolis and tries to recruit the Vault Dweller to take care of the problem. He will also insist that the player Fix the Necropolis water pump if met after already in possession of the Water Chip.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other item On death
None Colt Rangemaster Hunting Rifle .223 FMJ
Lighter
Stimpak.
Hunting Rifle
Lighter
Stimpak
100 Ammo

Behind the scenes

In Ancient Egyptian mythology, Set (also spelled Seth, Sutekh or Seteh) is an ancient god, who was originally the god of the desert, Storms, Darkness, and Chaos, as such the character in fallout's name may be a reference.

Appearances in Games

Set appeared in the first Fallout game and died during it, in the Fallout timeline. He also appears in Fallout 2 in the Cafe of Broken Dreams special encounter. You can also find his son, Typhon, in the Broken Hills in Fallout 2.

See Also

Major characters of Fallout
Necropolis

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
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Set

Set (Earth-616)
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Real Name
Aliases
Apep, Ophion, Tiamat, Lotan, Leviathan, Apocalypse

Identity

Alignment

Affiliation

Relatives
Demiurge ("father"), Chthon, Gaea, Hyppus, Isuus, Oshtur (siblings), Damballah, Dragon of the Moon, Phorcys, Siapep, Sligguth, Yamata-No-Orichi (sons), Ishiti, Tartessus (daughters), Echidna, Gorgons, Graea, Ophions, Scylla, Zirnitra (gradchildren), Angerboda, Cerberus, Chimera, Maralith, Lernaean Hydra, Nemean Lion, Teumessian Fox (great-grandchildren), Bolla, Fenris Wolf, Merro, Midgard Serpent, Pegasus, Pressyne, Zmey Gorynych (great-great-grandchildren), Drang, Hoarfen, Iceworm, Melior, Melusine, Palatine, Sturm (great-great-great-grandchildren), Nagala, Yith (great-great-great-great grandchildren)

Universe

Base Of Operations
Serpent's Sea; formerly Earth

Characteristics
Gender

Height
50' 0" (Variable)

Weight
50000 lbs (22680 kg) (Variable)

Eyes

Hair

Unusual Features
Green scaly skin, multiple heads

Status
Occupation
Elder God

Origin
Origin
one of the Elder Gods

First appearance

Marvel Feature #6
(November, 1972)

History

Along with Gaea, Belathauzer, and Chthon, Set was one of the Elder Gods, and degenerated as most of them did. Forced to flee by Atum(Gaea's son), Set formed a bond with the dinosaurs and attempted to prevent the ascendancy of mammals. Atum intervened, and at the end of an eons long battle, the dinosaurs became extinct. At some point before the First Host of the Celestials, Set brought upon the emergence of the Serpent Men. In the days before the Great Cataclysm, in the time of the kingdom of Valusia, the Serpent Men possessed the Cobra Crown, an object of Setian magic. Before this, the Serpent Men and the Harpies, Spider People, and Wolf Men, amongst other demonic races, harried the emerging human societies. Eventually, man became strong enough to oppose these races and established the Seven Kingdoms, Lemuria, and other large civilizations. The sorcerer Thulsa Doom worshiped Set, and a group of Set worshipers also sought to create a powerful leader via human sacrifice for Set.

Circa 18,000 BCE, Set's followers created the Serpent Crown, another great object of Setian power. However, the Celestials bombed Lemuria, causing it to be lost. Some Serpent Men survived the resulting Great Cataclysm that sank Atlantis, but received a brutal setback when humans who had migrated from a slave revolution slew many of them and took their land. (These humans had enslaved the fleeing Lemurians, who had escaped the sinking of Lemuria. In turn, these Lemurians became the ancestors of the Mongols, Turks, and Chinese.) Set received worship from these humans, who set up the cultures of Stygia and Acheron around 13,000 BCE. Set worshipers at some point summoned the demon Khorus, but the first followers of the deity Mitra turned him into stone.

Set continued his struggles and encounters with other gods. He battled the avian-headed deity Ibis, became a foe of the demon Xka-Ahk, and met with the god Nexxx in Stygia. Oddly, Stygians believed Set had a sister called Isuus. The town of Solvantha was menaced by the Dragon of Set. Set later transformed a priestess of Mitra into a harpy to serve him. At some point, Set influenced the development of the Midgard Serpent.

Later, after Vanir adventurers had turned Stygia into Egypt, Seth lost his worshipers to the deity Seth, an impostor. Circa 1 BCE, Set faced the Olympian deity Neptune. 600 years ago, Atlantean wanderers came upon the ruins of Lemuria and found the Serpent Crown. Their leader, Naga, became an agent of Set. Later, Lemurian rebels stole the Crown from Naga, only for one of them to don it and fall under Set's sway. Rebelling in a lucid moment, this man set off an explosion to kill himself. Later, American Paul Destine in the 1920's traveled to the site of the explosion and found the Crown. Destine placed himself in suspended animation. Circa 1958, Destine revived himself and attacked the Atlanteans (Neptune worshipers) under Set's direction. He then returned to suspended animation.

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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The Item sets interface.
An item set.

Item sets are used by the Grand Exchange to "compress" several components into a set. This makes it possible to sell an entire set at once on the Exchange, instead of being forced to list each component individually. The only way to create sets from individual components is by swapping the pieces for the set with a Grand Exchange clerk.

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Features

Item sets are a convenient way to store and trade complete sets. Jagex has fixed their prices to the sum of the prices of their components, so sets and their components are essentially identical in trade. The advantage of using item sets, however, is that sets are only one item, instead of the 3-5 pieces that make up the set. This saves trade slots at the Grand Exchange, of which there are a limited number, and allows the set to be traded as a whole, instead of waiting for each piece to be bought or sold individually. Item sets can also be used as a more efficient storage means, as they only take up one bank space instead of four, and many players find they must conserve this space.

For each standard or trimmed metal armour set, there are two types of sets. One type, denoted by an "(l)" suffix (meaning "legs"), contains a platebody, platelegs, full helmet, and kiteshield. The other type, which has an "(sk)" suffix (meaning "skirt"), contains the same items, except the platelegs are substituted with a plateskirt. All other armour sets without separate leg and skirt pieces only have one variation.

Sets and their components are not identical in terms of alchemy price, however the High Level Alchemy value for sets is 12 coins, and the Low Level Alchemy value 8 coins.

Item sets interface

The options available for any set within the Item sets interface.

To create item sets, players must bring the un-noted components for the set they wish to make to a Grand Exchange clerk. Each clerk has a right-click option called "Sets" which must be chosen to bring up the "Item sets" interface.

On this interface, the available item sets are listed. To check the components that make up a given set, players select the "Components" option on the set from the right-click menu (or through a single left-click). If a player has each of the components necessary in their inventory, he or she can select the "Exchange" option, which will swap the components for the set.

Turning a set into its individual components involves a similar process. Instead of right-clicking on the sets in the interface, players do the same on the sets in their inventory and select the "Exchange" option.

There is no other way to turn a set into its components, or vice versa, except through the Item sets interface.

Limitations

  • To create item sets, each component of the set must be un-noted in the player's inventory.
  • Barrows equipment sets can only be made from undamaged armour.

Sets

Melee armour: Two variants

Armour Legs variant GE Price Skirt variant GE Price
Bronze armour Bronze armour set (l) 148 coins Bronze armour set (sk) 195 coins
Iron armour Iron armour set (l) 579 coins Iron armour set (sk) 610 coins
Steel armour Steel armour set (l) 2,073 coins Steel armour set (sk) 2,087 coins
Black armour Black armour set (l) 8,178 coins Black armour set (sk) 8,178 coins
Mithril armour Mithril armour set (l) 6,311 coins Mithril armour set (sk) 6,300 coins
Adamant armour Adamant armour set (l) 18,800 coins Adamant armour set (sk) 18,700 coins
Proselyte armour Pros'yte harness m 25,200 coins Pros'yte harness f 25,200 coins
Rune armour Rune armour set (l) 204,900 coins Rune armour set (sk) 190,300 coins
Dragon armour Dragon chain armour set (l) 8,200,000 coins Dragon chain armour set (sk) 7,400,000 coins
Dragon armour Dragon plate armour set (l) 41,100,000 coins Dragon plate armour set (sk) 40,300,000 coins
Black trimmed armour Black trimmed armour set (l) 582,500 coins Black trimmed armour set (sk) 486,300 coins
Black gold-trimmed armour Black gold-trimmed armour set (l) 1,700,000 coins Black gold-trimmed armour set (sk) 1,600,000 coins
Adamant trimmed armour Adamant trimmed armour set (l) 444,300 coins Adamant trimmed armour set (sk) 389,900 coins
Adamant gold-trimmed armour Adamant gold-trimmed armour set (l) 989,500 coins Adamant gold-trimmed armour set (sk) 873,300 coins
Rune trimmed armour Rune trimmed armour set (l) 1,800,000 coins Rune trimmed armour set (sk) 1,600,000 coins
Rune gold-trimmed armour Rune gold-trimmed armour set (l) 2,800,000 coins Rune gold-trimmed armour set (sk) 2,500,000 coins
Guthix armour Guthix armour set (l) 2,400,000 coins Guthix armour set (sk) 2,100,000 coins
Saradomin armour Saradomin armour set (l) 5,800,000 coins Saradomin armour set (sk) 5,200,000 coins
Zamorak armour Zamorak armour set (l) 3,900,000 coins Zamorak armour set (sk) 3,500,000 coins
Gilded armour Gilded armour set (l) 5,600,000 coins Gilded armour set (sk) 4,000,000 coins

Melee armour: One variant

Item Set GE Price
Initiate armour File:Initiate_harness_m.png Initiate harness m 20,200 coins
Rock-shell armour File:Rockshell_armour_set.PNG Rock-shell armour set 227,800 coins
Elite black armour File:Elite_Black_Armour_Set.png Elite black armour set 391,800 coins
Barrows - dharok's set File:Dharok's_set.png Barrows - dharok's set 9,000,000 coins
Barrows - guthan's set File:Guthan's_set.png Barrows - guthan's set 5,700,000 coins
Barrows - torag's set File:Torag's_set.png Barrows - torag's set 2,800,000 coins
Barrows - verac's set File:Verac_set.gif Barrows - verac's set 6,800,000 coins
Third age warrior armour File:Third_age_melee_set.png Third age melee set 396,800,000 coins

Magic armour

Item Set GE Price
Splitbark armour File:Splitbark_armour_set.png Splitbark armour set 141,300 coins
Skeletal armour File:Skeletal_armour_set.PNG Skeletal armour set 204,500 coins
Trimmed wizard robes File:Wizard_robes_(t).png Trimmed blue wizard set 1,400,000 coins
Gold-trimmed wizard robes File:Wizard_robes_(g).png Gold-trimmed blue wizard set 3,600,000 coins
Blue mystic robes File:Mystic_Set.gif Mystic robes set 148,800 coins
White mystic robes File:Light_Mystic_Set.gif Light mystic robes set 210,500 coins
Black mystic robes File:Dark_Mystic_Set.gif Dark mystic robes set 259,700 coins
Enchanted robes File:Enchanted_set.gif Enchanted set 295,000 coins
Dagon'hai robes File:Dagon'hai robes set.gif Dagon'hai robes set 218,600 coins
Infinity robes File:Infinity_Set.gif Infinity robes set 7,400,000 coins
Barrows - Ahrim's set File:Ahrim's_set.png Barrows - ahrim's set 4,100,000 coins
Third age mage armour File:Third_age_mage_set.png Third age mage set 177,000,000 coins

Ranged armour

Item Set GE Price
Green dragonhide armour File:Green_dragonhide_set.png Green dragonhide set 8,422 coins
Blue dragonhide armour File:Blue_DHide_Set.png Blue dragonhide set 9,686 coins
Red dragonhide armour File:ReddhiseSet.gif Red dragonhide set 13,900 coins
Black dragonhide armour File:Black_dragonhide_set.gif Black dragonhide set 17,000 coins
Trimmed leather armour File:Leather_armour_set_(t).png Trimmed leather armour set 98,300 coins
Gold-trimmed leather armour File:Leather_armour_set_(g).png Gold-trimmed leather armour set 240,600 coins
Trimmed green dragonhide armour File:Green_dragonhide_set_(t).png Green d'hide trimmed set 400,000 coins
Gold-trimmed green dragonhide armour File:Green_dragonhide_set_(g).png Green d'hide gold-trimmed set 1,300,000 coins
Trimmed blue dragonhide armour File:Blue_dragonhide_set_(t).png Blue d'hide trimmed set 13,600 coins
Gold-trimmed blue dragonhide armour File:Blue_dragonhide_set_(g).png Blue d'hide gold-trimmed set 37,900 coins
Green dragonhide blessed armour File:Green_d'hide_blessed_set.png Green d'hide blessed set 345,700 coins
Blue dragonhide blessed armour File:Blue_d'hide_blessed_set.png Blue d'hide blessed set 1,600,000 coins
Red dragonhide blessed armour File:Red_d'hide_blessed_set.png Red d'hide blessed set 2,500,000 coins
Spined armour File:Spined_Set.gif Spined armour set 60,300 coins
Barrows - Karil's set File:Karil's_set.png Barrows - karil's set 5,300,000 coins
Third age ranger armour File:Third_age_ranger_set.png Third age ranger set 123,000,000 coins

Other

The only item set that is not an armour set is the Dwarf multicannon.

Item Set GE Price
Dwarf multicannon File:Cannon_set.PNG Dwarf cannon set 520,600 coins

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Seté was a figure from Futhork legend. In the legend, Set was the lover of Veré.

Sources

  •  Maxiron Agolerga in the Databank (First mentioned)

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Sets article)

From TibiaWiki

A set is a conjunt of equipment. A set can contain armor, shield, legs, helmet, weapon and boots. Not all sets will contain every different type of equipment.

For example the Leather Set consists of Leather Armor, Leather Legs, Leather Helmet and the Leather Boots.


Sets by material they are made of:

Sets by element they are resistant to:

Sets by monsters' drops or fashion:

Sets given to players to start them out:

Rookgaard Sets:

Some other sets are not made up of like-items, but are based upon the availability or strength of the equipment in the set:


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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

This is what a set face-down monster looks like
This is what a set face-down spell or trap looks like

When you Set a Monster Card, you place it in a Monster Card Zone horizontally and face-down. If the monster is Level 5 or 6, you must Tribute another monster first, then Set the Level 5 or 6 Monster Card (you do not need to show your opponent the card you Set). If the card has a higher Level (7+), the same procedure applies, but you must Tribute 2 Monster Cards from your side of the field first (unless there is a specific Tribute requirement). You can only set one monster per turn without the effect of another card, just as you can only normal summon once per turn without the effect of a different card.

When you Set a Spell/Trap Card, you place it on the field vertically and face-down. Quick-Play Spell Cards cannot be activated in the same turn they are Set. However, you can activate any other type of Spell Cards in the same turn they were Set. Trap Cards however, cannot be activated in the same turn they were Set, unless a card's text designates otherwise, such as "Cathedral of Nobles".

Monsters may only be in face-down attack position by the effect of a card such as Darkness Approaches. That monster card is face-down and is placed vertically.

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YCM

Up to date as of February 06, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

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When you Set a Monster Card, you place it in a Monster Card Zone horizontally and face-down. If the monster is Level 5 or 6, you must Tribute another monster first, then Set the Level 5 or 6 Monster Card (you do not need to show your opponent the card you Set). If the card has a higher Level (7+), the same procedure applies, but you must Tribute 2 Monster Cards from your side of the field first (unless there is a specific Tribute requirement).

When you Set a Spell/Trap Card, you place it on the field vertically and face-down. Quick-Play Spell Cards cannot be activated in the same turn they are Set. However, you can activate any other type of Spell Cards in the same turn they were Set. Trap Cards however, cannot be activated in the same turn they were Set, unless a card's text designates otherwise, such as "Cathedral of Nobles".

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