Plumes in Death's Gambit: Afterlife is a piece of special equipment, initially, it's main use is to restore Sorun's health. However, as you progress throughout the game, you will acquire different kinds of plumes that grants higher values of health recovery, as well as temporary buffs. Plumes can be found across various areas, it can be purchased from certain NPCs, and are found inside special Golden or Red chests. This page covers a list of all the Plumes featured in Death's Gambit: Afterlife.
How do Plumes Work?
Plumes are mainly used to recover missing health of Sorun, it is vital and a must that the player equip this since it is the main source of restoring HP apart from a consumable item, Leaf of Gaia. Resting at a Death Idol recovers the current number of Plumes that you are holding. Upon death, you drop a Plume at the location of the last spot where you died.
You can always run back to where you died (if you remember) and recover the dropped, however, you can always sacrifice a certain number of Soul Shards when you rest at a Death Idol to reclaim the lost Plume. But take note, that the number of Soul Shards required increases each time you use to reclaim it via a Death Idol. You do not lose the type of Plume you have in your inventory, but instead, drop one plume, reducing the current number of Plumes held.
Apart from reclaiming lost Plumes from dying, you can also Augment your Plumes at a Death Idol. This takes out a number of Plumes you are holding and applies it as a buff that increases your damage. The value depends on the number of plumes you decide to augment. There are a total of 10 plume upgrades that are scattered across the map that increases the number of Plumes that can be held. Augments can be removed by returning to the statue and decreasing the number of augments until your damage percentage is back to 100%.
Death's Gambit: Afterlife All Plumes
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|Provides 171 Heal.||Starting/Default Plume given by Vrael.|
|Provides 171 Heal, faster cast.||Right after meeting Endless and Ione, on top of the stone tower behind her in a Phoenix chest. You cannot open it if you have already used a healing plume so after the fight jump down to the left then come back the same way and grab it after rest.|
|Provides 199 Heal, reduces damage received by 30% for 4 seconds.||Found outside of the Soul of the Phoenix Boss Fight left of the Central Sanctuary.|
|Provides 199 Heal, 33% cooldown reduction for 14 seconds.||Given by Sigur after speaking to her for the second time when first arriving to Central Sanctuary.|
|Provides 199 Heal, dispels basic negative status ailments.||Drops from a Breakable Chest in Obsidian Vale.|
|Provides 228 Heal.||Found at the entrance to the second half of Aldwynn before the Church.|
|Provides 235 Heal.||Found in Journey's End underneath the large spinning wheel.|
|Provides 228 Heal, if used when under 30% health, reduces damage taken by 30% for 4 seconds.||Found on a ledge in Y'lnoth. Just walk left after climbing the first ladder in the room with four Siphonophores.|
|Provides 199 Heal, increases INT by 5% for 10 seconds after use.||Found in a Phoenix Chest in Amulvaro's Observatory.|
|Provides X Heal. When under 30% health, cast time reduced by 0.5 seconds.||Dropped after defeating Soul of the Phoenix in a Heroic Rematch.|
|Provides up to 142-426 Heal. If over 50 soul energy, this plume consumes the energy and heals for more.||Rare drop from a Valkyrie enemy. You can find it at the far west side of Amulvaro's Observatory.|
|Provides 364 Heal. When used, causes dodgerolling and air dashing to have no stamina cost for 10 seconds.||Dropped after defeating Wraith King Sirad in a Heroic Rematch.|
|Provides 354 Heal. Lowers all ability cooldowns by 20 seconds.||Dropped after defeating The Grey Wanderer in a Heroic Rematch.|