Each character can equip up to 3 pieces of gear. The same piece of gear cannot be equipped more than once on the same character and two different characters cannot have the same piece of gear, but gear can be removed any time without cost. A minimum level of 5 is required to equip gear. The first gear slot is unlocked for free. The second and third slots can be unlocked for 20,000 and 40,000 Power Credits (this has to be done once for every character).
Gear pieces have a gear score ranging from 3 to 150. Character cards display their total gear score of up to 450. This stat will not affect multiplayer match ups.
In Multiplayer, Gear is one of the rewards for each season, dependent on your ranking. Survivor may also award gears from 1 to 4 star (including exclusive Gear Sets). Gear can also be bought from the store at 25,000 credits, giving one random gear each (up to Rare). Gear Locker is a superior alternative, giving 3 pieces of 65,000 credits and with a chance to obtain the Ra's Al Ghul's Dagger.
Gear can have a rarity value of one (common) to five (legendary) stars. Once evolved, the piece of gear move up a tier and one star is added. Gear can only be evolved once. Unevolved gear has a dull blue header and evolved ones have a gold one. The exception is Gear Sets from Survivor, which have purple headers when unevolved and gold when evolved.
The "number owned" on the gear interface can only show a maximum of 99. However, it is possible to have over 99 pieces of the same gear, and they can be shattered as normal.
There is a good deal of confusion regarding this system, as, for example, 3-star gear that is evolved (e.g. the original character-specific gear pieces) would have 4 stars, same as an unevolved gear earned from Online Battle season rewards. Players seems split on whether they should refer to a piece of gear by their evolved or unevolved form. Bizarrely, it appears that it is more popular to refer to 3/4 star gear as 3-star, while 4/5 star gear as 5-star. The slash (/) may be used, but could also be confused as referring to two groups of gears in an "or" relationship.
For the purpose of this wiki, the evolved version will genereally be used to refer to gear.
- Main article: Fuse
- Main article: Shatter
Gear can be shattered to obtain shards.
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