AdventureQuest 3D Brings In The Thyton Tactical Shop And Adds Equipment Inspired By The Void

AdventureQuest 3D Brings In The Thyton Tactical Shop And Adds Equipment Inspired By The Void
Credit: Artix Entertainment

It’s time for another update to AdventureQuest 3D, and this time, they’re bringing in a new item shop. And in this shop, they’re selling items based around the void of outer space.

Thyton, one of the longest standing artists for the team, worked on the monsters and items for the Breaking Benjamin battle concert while watching a lot of movies and shows with an outer space/cosmic void theme. Inspired by all of these concepts, Thyton created two armor sets and 3 weapons that are out of this world.

When it comes to the staff, not much is revealed about Thyton. To preserve the mystery of his “ninja” status, previous posts about him were requested to be written in black text on black background. This explains why so few players know much about the interesting game character or the legendary artist on the other side of the screen. Real-life Thyton’s monsters and art can be seen throughout DragonFable, MechQuest, BattleGems, Dragons, and of course, here in AdventureQuest 3D. Thyton is responsible for drawing iconic villains like Xan the pyromancer, and many, many more of the monsters and villains that the Artix team uses. Always drawing from the shadows, like a covert ninja operative of game art.

This round of equipment is, as previously stated, based on an outer space feel. First off is the Warpslinger equipment. Players can collect the Warpslinger Armor, the Warpslinger Shoulder, the   Warpslinger Cape, the Warpslinger Helm, the Warpslinger Headguard, the Warpslinger Gauntlets, and the Warpslinger Belt.

Thyton also created the Warpmancer equipment, as well as the Echo in the Dark Axe.  The Warpmancer equipment includes the Warpmancer Armor, the Warpmancer Shoulders, the   Warpmancer Helm, the Warpmancer Headguard, the Warpmancer Cape, the Warpmancer Boots, the Warpmancer Gloves, and the Warpmancer Belt.

Thyton also created a few ranged weapons, including the Crossfire and Longshot, and the   Dustmaker and Spite.

Now, it is customary for the Artix artists to have a “birthday shop” where they create new items for the players. But Thyton does not celebrate birthdays, and he refused to let the staff even know when his actually is.

To get around this, the team has picked the month of March. The first Thyton shop was last year and had 100% gold and craftable items. The team also released it alongside a brand new area and the start of a story.

If you enjoy his work, consider picking up some of the special pieces in his shop that just released. So log in, check it out, and BattleOn!