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Did you ever wonder just how much Anima a hoarder needs in these Anima-drought times? Well, it's a LOT if you go to all the Covenants and take all they have to offer for Anima (minus the actual Sanctum upgrades)! 

TempusSimian has gone through the trouble of calculating the expenses a player would have to endure to have ALL the Covenant amenities, like mounts, toys, pets, Soulshapes, transmogs for all armor types and more, but excluding Sanctum building upgrades (for some unknown reason). Note, however, that these include all weapon and armor types, as well as mounts you could get elsewhere with some RNG drops (but also only counts 1 purchase per battle pet), so the numbers aren't exactly relevant for a single character, but it's basically a calculation of everything you can buy with Anima, aside from Sanctum upgrades.

Here's the grand total, but there's a much more detailed breakdown below as well:

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So how does that work out per Covenant? Well, the Night Fae are a VERY expensive bunch it seems, while the fancy Venthyr parties are also costly:

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Night Fae: 434,700 Anima

Venthyr: 329,175 Anima

Necrolord: 260,950 Anima

Kyrian: 178,420 Anima

However, TempusSimian went one step further and actually listed ALL the available amenities in one place and you can check it out here! There's also a whole lot of discussion in the reddit thread about how long it would actually take someone to get those amounts, with varying opinions and calculations there as well, so check that out if you're interested.

At this rate, it's doubtful even Denathrius' stash in Nathria (or the stuff he sent into the Maw) could cover all that!

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You'd think anima would drop from the place were the baddies actually hoarded it. Hmm... what kind of system did they create for SL that could potentially serve this purpose? I'm drawing a blank here guys.

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