Scholar's Seal

Scholar's Seal A symbolic seal gifted to the most renowned philosophers of ancient times.

Tier UT
MP Cost 200
On Equip +4 SPD, +4 DEX
Effect(s) On party: MP↑ MP boost (+  MP)

On party: WIS↑ WIS boost (+ 15 WIS)

MP/WIS Boost Duration :   seconds

MP/WIS Boost Range:   tiles

Healing Duration:   seconds
Healing Range:   squares
Cooldown 5 second(s)
XP Bonus 7%
Feed Power 800
Forging Cost 45 Rare Material / 90 Common Material / 400 Forgefire / 1 Mark of the Archivist
Dismantling Value 15 Rare Material / 30 Common Material

Loot Bag Assigned to White Bag
Drops From Avalon the Archivist
Standard Quest Chest
Obtained Through Current offers on RealmEye’s trading pages

Blueprint Scholar's Seal Blueprint
Drops From Oryx the Mad God 1
Mid-high level dungeons
Obtained Through Grand Bazaar ( Fame 3750 /  Realm Gold 500)


This seal gives a unique buff - MP↑ MP boost and WIS↑ WIS boost - in place of the regular seal buffs. The Scholar’s Seal is most useful when other Paladins are around, as the group will gain the benefit of both seals. It is recommended to carry a tiered seal as a swapout. If you are the only Paladin in a group, then it’s usually better to apply Sword Damaging and HP↑ HP Boost over this seal’s buffs.

As with the HP buff provided by tiered seals, the MP buff only increases maximum mana capacity and does not fill up the player’s current mana on use.

Currently, this seal has the highest MP cost of any ability in the game.

As of Exalt Version (Sep 2020), the potency of its WIS Boost no longer has WisMod (likely due to the exploit mentioned below) and is set at +15. The in-game description still displays the WIS Boost as being affected by itself, but this is only a graphical bug.

On the Public Testing session for Vital Combat, this Seal was the centerpiece of an amusing exploit where the modified WIS modifier would cause its WIS boost to affect its own modifiers, essentially allowing all of its attributes to grow without bound (including the potency of the WIS boost, allowing this to be repeated ad infinitum). Because it was also applied to all allies in a now-massive radius, this could be used to empower any WisMod-boosted abilities to a ridiculous degree, which led to feats such as achieving unlimited buff durations, five-digit HP boosts, the Seal of Blasphemous Prayer effectively granting immortality, and the Scepter of Devastation dealing damage ranging in the ten thousands.

Before Exalt Version (Aug 2021), this item was soulbound.

This seal’s effects appear to be similar to that of the unreleased Seal of Divine Focus.