Fusion boost armors exist for each of the five elements. They are intended for use in enhancing other armors. Super rare, ultra rare, legendary, and epic variations. They can be found in Fusion Boost Chests, or obtained by contributing to your guild and in raid milestone rewards. In the new Guild Wars update, you can obtain 2 random fusion boost armors by doing the most damage (or defeating) the opposing guild's guardian if their guardian is lvl 7. It is not recommended for combining; it appears to count the same as any armor of the same rarity for combining purposes, but if you do combine it, you can get good stuff if you are lucky.
|Fusion Boost Armor (2 Star)||150||180|
|Fusion Boost Armor II (3 Star)||500||600|
|Fusion Boost Armor III (4 Star Legendary)||1200||1440|
|Fusion Boost Armor IV (5 Star Epic)||2500||3000|
Use this for level 60 -70 to max out armor.
Because of the high Enhancement Value, using Fusion Boost Armor saves you gold by the reduced use of Enhancement Slots. Enhancement Slots increase in price with the level of the armor to be enhanced, and on higher levels (above level 60) using a Fusion Boost Armor can save you up to 150,000 gold. It makes sense to delay using it as long as possible, because the higher the level of the armor to be enhanced, the more gold it saves you.
Save fusion boost armor to enhance better armor but do not use it on the weak or low level armor.
Found in chests and can be obtained by rewards (guild wars, tournaments, etc.)
As it has a significantly low stats it should not be used for fighting.
But it will do extra damage and give extra points when battling in wars and blitz.
The higher rarity the Fusion Boost, the more experience the enchanted armor gains.
Note: The gallery below only contains photos of two star Fusion Boosts, as I do not know how do edit them.