Marble Paladin Set

Marble Paladin
Class Paladin
Themed on Marble Colossus
Drops From Marble Colossus (Sword of the Colossus / Marble Seal / Breastplate of New Life / Magical Lodestone)
Marble Epic Quest Chest (Sword of the Colossus / Marble Seal / Breastplate of New Life / Magical Lodestone)
Overall Stat Bonus +160 HP, +6 ATT, +25 DEF, +6 SPD, +6 DEX
Final Stats at 8/8 930 HP, 252 MP, 61 ATT, 55 DEF, 61 SPD, 61 DEX, 60 VIT, 75 WIS
Total XP Bonus 29%
Soulbound Soulbound
Released Patch X.16.0 (Aug 2017)

The Marble Paladin Set is a very rare set to assemble, being made of four white bag items from an endgame dungeon.

Most of the items in this set are, independently, considered to be one of the best items for such classes:

The Sword of the Colossus has long range for a sword (4.5 tiles) while also maintaining amazing DPS that always surpasses even the T14 sword. It comes at the cost of a slightly awkward, but reliable, shot pattern.

The Marble Seal with very unique ability to give Armored and Damaging to group.

The Breastplate of New Life being one of the best defensive armor in the game by giving the wearer a huge amounts of HP. While it sacrifices defense, that is arguably considered a bit less important in endgame dungeons since most of the shots pierce armor.

The Magical Lodestone however, despite being one of the best DPS rings in the game, is very controversial. Some people consider it to be the worse version of The Forgotten Crown, due to the fact that it gives +110 HP while Magical Lodestone provides only +6 DEF and +6 SPD in return. Ignoring the Crown, the Lodestone gives amazing DPS while sacrificing loads of survivability; the latter fact is reduced by the Breastplate of New Life or by being a Paladin.

Before Patch X.32.7.0 (Feb 2020), this set had a stat bonus of +160 HP, +6 ATT, +23 DEF, +6 SPD, +6 DEX.

Players might prefer to use the Omnipotence Ring over Magical Lodestone, since they believe it provides all-around better stats, while also fitting the yellow-white color scheme for the entire set.

Interestingly, this set seems to draw inspiration from LordShon’s original Shatters idea.