Azure Crane

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Azure Crane is a non-exclusive cosmetic pet reward from the 2022 ExtraLife Livestream in support of Rady Children's Hospital.[1]

It is a beautiful crane that is more Ashes of Creation themed, very themed. We were looking up what things represent hope. And there's a lot of things like scorpions, cranes, doves. But I think cranes were pretty cool. And Mike, Becky, you and I were brainstorming something really neat. And we tried to use the colors from Extra Life and combine them. You can also see the little halo effect from their logo and we tried to make it look pretty epic.[1]Margaret Krohn

Cosmetic pets

Cosmetic pets were available for purchase from the cosmetic store.[2]

  • Cosmetic pets can be summoned from level 1.[3]

Cosmetic pets, since non-functional from a gameplay perspective, can be summoned at lvl 1.[3]Steven Sharif


Cinderhorn Steer pre-order pack cosmetic mount skin.[4]

Providing these limited options that collectors out there like when it comes to achieving and/or purchasing cosmetics. It means something I think when players make that decision to purchase or they go through the rigorous portion of achieving those things in game that it is not just everywhere around them and becomes meaningless at that point.[5]Steven Sharif

Accessories/armor, Buildings, Caravan, Cavalcature, Pets, and Navi sold in the cosmetic store are skins.[2][6][7]

  • Skins are only be able to be applied to things that have already been earned, crafted or found within Ashes of Creation.[9][10]
    • Certain skins require specific items or item tiers have been achieved in-game before they can be used.[11][12][9][13][3]
Owning cosmetics does not guarantee the acquisition of the item the cosmetic can be used on. Players must still achieve the corresponding item/building.[9]Steven Sharif
  • The lore on store cosmetics is flavor text.[8]
  • The best skins will be in-game achievable.[16]
The best skins will be in-game achievable (obviously “best” is subjective, so I’d say the most ornate and detailed/unique).[16]Steven Sharif

See also