I really enjoy the Sorcerer Suit. What’s not to like. It has pure 70 Resists and gives you 100% LRC. But over time I am finding that there are some serious drawbacks to the Sorcerer Suit. No LMC….. Little to no Mana Regeneration….. And PRICE!!! These suits, if you can find them for sale, typically sell for 30 million at the lowest and go up to 45 or even 50 million a pop. So I got to thinking… there has to be a cheaper alternative that I cam make with imbuing that will give me that and MORE! So I started to experiment. And this morning I made my creation. And I must say, I am very happy with what I got out of my experiment and more so what it cost me to make. So here is my Frankenstein Sorcerer Suit. Suit is of course 100% LRC With 40% LMC Mana Regeneration 7 With resists 88 / 81 / 75 / 69 / 73 With the added bonus of 24 Spell Damage Increase and Fast Cast 2 and Fast Cast Recovery 5. I also added some skills onto the Ring and Watch that I wanted so it includes +20 Magic and +10 Stealth and +10 Eval Inel. (this suit was made for a Stealth Mage with is a Knight of Justice – champ spawn scroll holder and back up team res’r and light pvp) Suit also has 30 DCI and some other odd mods (int increase, HP regen) but all at low levels and not worth mentioning. But what really impressed me is that not only was I able to match the Sorcerer Suit, but in some many key area’s I was able to surpass it….. and at a HUGE gold savings. All in for this suit (ALL IN I’m even adding market value to the items I already had like the totem of the void and such) my cost for it was 4 million gold and about 1 hour of work. And this is what I did. I picked up some (9) relics (80k per = 720k) 9 powders of fort (95k per = 855k) A Kasa of the Raj-In (500k) Totem of the Void (1.2 mill) Shield of Inv (200k) Pendant of the Magi (500k) I went and killed some dragons in Destard for 10 minutes to get some barbed leather. I went and killed some Highland Boras for the Pelts for a half an hour (with a guild mate cause we where bored and chatting in TS) And I took the loot from the dragons we killed and used imbuing to melt them down into 40 essence and some residue. I then picked up aprox 200 of the small end gems I needed. And that was all I needed for supplies. I then took my imbuer and crafted up the suit. I had a ½ watch and a 1/3 ring already on the mage that I had picked up from farming some time ago and used them. This is the sequence I used to make the suit and what I put on each item I first took the leather and made tunics, legs, arms and gloves and made them out of barded until I was able to get one of each item that where as close to bottom in resists in phy and fire and had over 10 reists and hopefully as high as 13 in cold, nox and energy. 1. I added LMC 6 onto the tunic, legs and gloves and the watch 2. I added Mana Regeneration onto the tunic, legs, arms and gloves 3. I added 18 LRC onto the tunic, legs and gloves along with the Ring 4. then I added phy and nox onto the gloves (max allowable, hence the bora pelts) 5. then added phy and fire onto the tunic and legs (max allowable, hence the bora pelts) 6. that left me the arms and I was able to add resists to the phy, fire, cold and energy since I had only added mana regen up to this point. And that is what I like to call the Frankenstein Sorcerer Suit. My first version of this suit was a copy of the Sorcerer suit with was just the same thing without the powder of for and no LMC which gave me a 70 suit with 100 LRC and the cost was next to nothing. So I named those the ‘poor mans Sorcerer Suit’ and I seem to be making a lot of those for guild mates. Thought id put pen to paper and share this with the community. Hope it helps someone.