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I have an Iron Maul of Flame. It "Deals 40 Flame Damage". I can destroy it for plain materials at the blacksmith. Is there any way I can get something special out of an item like this? For example, at the enchanting station? (Although, I saw no option for this at the enchanting station.)

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No. You can't get the weapon enchantment or other extras back from weapons and armors.

You can get three types of items back by deconstructing one:

  • base material: like wood, metal or cloth
  • the style material: and only the one being used, limited to only those who can be crafted. Yokudan, for example, can't be extracted.
  • enhancement material: only the ones fitting to your item enhancement level. So out of a fine (green) sword you are only able to draw out one Honing Stone; a orange (legendary) one may give you one Tempering Alloy.
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  • More-or-less OT: Don't be sad, for leveling purposes you will always find enough enchantment runes for your armor/weapons and for late-game gear your guild mates will gladly help you creating them. :) – Trollwut Jun 10 '15 at 14:01
  • you can also research an item to get the trait from it, which is different than an enchantment (e.g. This item deconstructs for 280% inspiration / sells for 75% more, etc). this destroys the item in the process though, and takes a few hours IRL. – Dpeif Jun 15 '15 at 13:38
  • @Dpeif Bad examples imho, as neither of those traits (Intricate and Ornate) can be learnt by deconstruction. – Alok May 23 '16 at 22:29

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