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In Aion, players are judged by their passion for fashion as much as their skill in battle, so it’s important to kick butt and look good while doing it!


Dyes are one of many ways players can customize their appearance. Each dye has a unique color, and with hundreds of different armor skins and dozens of different dyes, the potential combinations are near endless!


Though players can dye the vast majority of armor, there are a handful of items, including Abyss PvP armor and Balic crafted armor, which cannot be dyed.

 

>>>RELATED PAGE: Miragent and Fenris Dye Exhibition

 

I Just Dyed In Your Arms Tonight (How to Dye Armor)

I Just Dyed In Your Arms Tonight (How to Dye Armor) edit

The dyeing process is more or less intuitive. To dye a piece of equipped armor:

 

Step 1: Open the Profile window (P) and the Inventory window (I)

Step 2: Right-click on the desired dye in the Inventory window;

an icon will appear

Step 3: Drag the icon to the desired piece of armor

in the Profile window, and left-click (this can also

be done to an item in the Inventory window)

Step 4: When the message pops up asking

if you want to dye the armor, click “Yes”

The armor has now been successfully dyed!

 

Note that only armor can be dyed; weapons and accessories cannot be dyed.

Twenty Sided Dyes (The Chance to Gather Petal Dyes)

Twenty Sided Dyes (The Chance to Gather Petal Dyes) edit

While gathering from specific plants throughout Elysea and Asmodae, players have a small chance to gather a petal. These petals function like dyes, and can be used to dye armor a color similar to that of the plant.

 

There are 7 plants in Asmodae, and 7 plants in Elysea from which players have a chance to gather petals, and each petal has a unique color.

 

While there is potential danger for a swift and fruitless return, it is possible to use a Rift to enter the opposing faction’s lands and collect petals from their flowering plants.

 

But If entering the opposing faction’s lands, be sure to keep a sharp eye out for adversaries; rival Daevas don’t take kindly to their plants being plundered!

 

 

 

 

Gathering Petals

 

Players have a 2% chance to gather a petal from the following plants:

 

Elyos PetalsAsmodian Petals
Wiki Petal - WikiKukar Petal - Kukar
Ormea Petal | OrmeaPressa Petal - Pressa
Meon Petal - MeonVinna Petal - Vinna
Omblic Petal - OmblicKirka Petal - Kirka
Tange Petal - TangeLeopis Petal - Leopis
Ervio Petal - ErvioMerone Petal - Merone
Lunime Petal - LunimeBrommel Petal - Brommel

 

There is no correlation between a player’s Essencetapping skill level and the chance to gather a petal from a plant.

 

Alas, soon I will possess the beauty of this flowering Merone!

A Healthy DYE-et of Elyos Petals (Petals from Elysea)

A Healthy DYE-et of Elyos Petals (Petals from Elysea) edit

Petals and Descriptions

 

ImageNameDescription
Ervio PetalDyes an item the sea-blue of Ervio Petals. Use the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Lunime PetalDyes an item the gold color of Lunime Petals. Use the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Meon PetalDyes an item the yellow-green of Meon Petals. Use the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Omblic PetalDyes an item the coral red of Omblic Petals. Use the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Ormea PetalDyes an item the amber color of Ormea Petals. Use the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Tange PetalDyes an item the violet of Tange Petals. Use the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Wiki PetalDyes an item the lime color of Wiki Petals. Use the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

 

Petal Dyed Armor

 

 

Cloth

Leather

Chain

Plate

Ervio Petal

Lunime Petal

Meon Petal

Omblic Petal

Ormea Petal

Tange Petal

Wiki Petal

A Healthy DYE-et of Asmodian Petals (Petals from AsmoDYE)

A Healthy DYE-et of Asmodian Petals (Petals from AsmoDYE) edit

Petals and Descriptions

 

ImageNameDescription

Brommel PetalDyes an item the gold color of Brommel Petals. Activate the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Kirka PetalDyes an item the lavender color of Kirka Petals. Activate the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Kukar PetalDyes an item the light yellow color of Kukar Petals. Activate the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Leopis PetalDyes an item the turquoise color of Leopis Petals. Activate the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Merone PetalDyes an item the pale green color of Merone Petals. Activate the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Pressa PetalDyes an item the orange color of Pressa Petals. Activate the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Vinna PetalDyes an item the ultramarine color of Vinna Petals. Activate the petal by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

 

Petal Dyed Armor

 

 

Cloth

Leather

Chain

Plate

Brommel Petal

Kirka Petal

Kukar Petal

Leopis Petal

Merone Petal

Pressa Petal

Vinna Petal

Not Worth Dyeing For (A List of Standard Dyes)

Not Worth Dyeing For (A List of Standard Dyes) edit

Each race has a Daeva of Dyes located in their capital city. This Daeva offers a small selection of dyes in standard colors, and also offers Dye Remover.

 

RaceLocationNPC

Sold Items

Quests

Elyos

Sanctum

Jooma

Dye: Turquoise
Dye: Blue
Dye: Purple
Dye: Brown
Dye Remover

D’yer Ma’ker

Asmodian

Pandaemonium

Kinot

Dye: Turquoise
Dye: Blue
Dye: Purple
Dye: Brown
Dye Remover

Just Dye, Already

 

Standard Dyes

 

Image

Name

Description


Dye: TurquoiseDyes an item turquiose. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: BlueDyes an item blue. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: PurpleDyes an item purple. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: BrownDyes an item brown. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye RemoverRemoves dye from a dyed piece of armor.

 

Dyed Armor

 

Original

Dye: Turquoise

Dye: Blue

Dye: Brown

Dye: Purple

Dyes to Dye For (A List of Rare Dyes)

Dyes to Dye For (A List of Rare Dyes) edit

The following dyes are exceedingly rare, and are most often acquired through special in-game events or promotions.

 

Rare Dyes

 

ImageNameDescription

Dye: Deep BlueDyes an item deep blue. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: Green TeaDyes an item a green tea color. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: Hot OrangeDyes an item hot orange. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: Hot PinkDyes an item hot pink. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: MustardDyes an item a mustard color. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: Olive GreenDyes an item olive green. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: Rich PurpleDyes an item rich purple. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: True BlackDyes an item true black. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: True RedDyes an item true red. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

Dye: True WhiteDyes an item true white. Activate the dye by double-clicking (or right-clicking) it and select the item to dye.

 

Dyed Armor

 

 

Cloth

Leather

Chain

Plate

Deep Blue

Green Tea

Hot Orange

Hot Pink

Mustard

Olive Green

Rich Purple

True Red

True White

Dye in a Fire (How to Remove Dye)

Dye in a Fire (How to Remove Dye) edit

Dye Remover is used to restore a dyed piece of armor back to its original color, and can be purchased from the Daeva of Dyes in Sanctum or Pandaemonium.


Using Dye Remover is very similar to using dye:

 

Step 1: Open the Profile window (P) and the Inventory window (I)

Step 2: Right-click on the Dye Remover in the Inventory window;

an icon will appear

Step 3: Drag the icon to the desired piece of armor

in the Profile window, and left-click (this can also

be done to an item in the Inventory window)

Step 4: When the message pops up asking

 if you want remove the dye from the armor, click “Yes”

 

When completed, the armor will revert to its original color.

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