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Fosfors are consumable Gear items, which upon use launches a bright glowing flare into the sky. This not only acts as a visual marker that allies can see to note the player's position, but it also increases that player's Affinity range to 200 m for 2 minutes, allowing affinity earned by that player to reach allies much further away.

There are two types of Fosfors available, though the only difference between them is the color of the flare launched.

Fosfor BlauEdit

Launch a bright blue flare that significantly increases Affinity Range while active.

—In-Game Description
Manufacturing Requirements
Credits64
5,000
Maprico64
5
Grokdrul64
5
GoopollaSpleen
5
KarkinaAntenna
5
Time: 1 hr
Rush: Platinum64 10
MarketIcon Market Price: N/A Blueprint2 Blueprints Price: N/A

Fosfor RahdEdit

Launch a bright red flare that significantly increases Affinity Range while active.

—In-Game Description
Manufacturing Requirements
Credits64
5,000
Maprico64
5
Iradite64
5
CharcElectroplax
5
SharracTeeth
5
Time: 1 hr
Rush: Platinum64 10
MarketIcon Market Price: N/A Blueprint2 Blueprints Price: N/A

AcquisitionEdit

The reusable Fosfor blueprints can be bought from Nakak in Cetus. The actual price of buying the blueprints changes daily, though the payment will always be in Plains of Eidolon-exclusive resources.

Crafting a Fosfor in the Foundry will create 20 charges of the item for use.

NotesEdit

  • While the flare launched is centered on the location where the player used it, the affinity range buff affects the player themselves, allowing them to benefit from the range increase even while on the move.
  • The duration of the Fosfor's effect can be seen on the upper right corner of the screen as a blue icon while active.
    • Using another Fosfor while a previous Fosfor is already active will refresh the duration of the previous cast for the player.
  • Abilities that use Affinity Range instead of Power Range, i.e. Trinity's Blessing and Harrow's Covenant, benefit from the range increase granted by Fosfors.

TriviaEdit

  • Fosfor means Phosphor in multiple languages, which is a term used to describe luminescent substances.