Albion Reassignable Armour Stats

When looking at the updated amours and I thought we can add way more customization to the armour system by adding assignable points.

For example:
Lets say we are using a T4 base Adept’s Cleric Robe
This item has:
98 Armour
119 Magical Resistance
254 Max HitPoints
21 Max Energy

+45% Physical Attack Bonus
+45% Magic Attack Bonus
+45% Physical Ability Bonus
+45% Magic Ability Bonus
+2.5/s Hitpoint Regen
+0.32/s Energy Regen

And so on.

Now if you compare to the T4 base Adept’s Scholar Robe
107 Armour
130 Magical Resistance
254 Max HitPoints
21 Max Energy

+40% Physical Attack Bonus
+40% Magic Attack Bonus
+40% Physical Ability Bonus
+40% Magic Ability Bonus
+2.5/s Hitpoint Regen
+0.32/s Energy Regen

Maybe we could make it so they have 50 points to add to their  Albion Online Items (Which would increase as they get mastery on the items)
This would allow further customization and would allow people to better spec their armour to their build. Ultimately you would have a base item, but maybe we could use the increase item power as assignable stats.

For example:
Say I picked Adept’s Scholar Robe and I had 50 mastery points. it costs 5 mastery points per 1% of bonus for the 4 bonuses.
So I could convert 20 mastery points to make 4% and add it to Magic Ability Bonus cause I’m a fire mage.
Then with the remaining 30 mastery points I could increase my armour for 5 mastery points for 5 extra armour.

I think this could add another level to the AO Silver and could be used as a silver sink for people wanting to reforge gear to reassign these points.(Would put some more power back into the crafters hands)

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