Virga Cell


Virga Cell
An imbued item obtained in
the Ruins of Alzadaal.

Blocks the encumbering psychowaves
that prevent the equipping of rings
and earrings.

Stackable: Not Stackable

Other Uses

Resale Price: Cannot be sold to NPCs.


  • Allows you to equip rings and earrings.
  • If this item is in your inventory before entering another Salvage, you will be denied entry. You must remove this item before being allowed into Salvage again.
  • Used to spawn Socket Notorious Monsters.

Synthesis Recipes


Used in Recipes

  • None

Desynthesis Recipe


Obtained From Desynthesis

  • None

How to Obtain

Cannot be sold on the Auction House or delivered, but can be traded and bazaared.

Dropped From

Name Level Zone
Archaic Chariot Arrapago Remnants
Black Pudding Bhaflau Remnants
Draco Lizard Zhayolm Remnants
Gespenst Arrapago Remnants
Mamool Ja Savant Zhayolm Remnants
Sulfur Scorpion Bhaflau Remnants
Wamouracampa Bhaflau Remnants

Historical Background

All imbued cells used in Salvage are named after various cloud formations.

Virga is a meteorological term referring to rain that falls, but evaporates before reaching the ground. Virga often appears as dark streaks seen coming down from gray clouds off in the distance. Virga is more common in deserts than in other regions. Virga is Latin for “branch” or “twig”, though is also an acronym for “Variable Intensity Rain Gradient Aloft”. However, a lesser known definition of virga is as a category of cloud within a few common types of clouds.

Altocumulus virga

These are altocumulus clouds (small cottony clouds found high up, typically white with a small gray portion) which are producing virga. Altocumulus virga clouds are found between 6500- 20,000 feet up. Altocumulus clouds tend to form by convection in an unstable air layer.

Nimbostratus virga

These are nimbostratus clouds (dark blanket clouds) which are producing virga. Nimbostratus virga clouds are found 6000 feet or below. These clouds produce light to medium intensity rain over a large span of time (hours to a day or more). These form where warm moist air flows over cold air.

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