Guild Wars 2: How to get Mystic Clovers

Are you trying to craft your first legendary but are missing out on Mystic Clovers? You have come to the right place.
By Abed Shatila July 24, 2023 - Updated on August 28, 2023 in Guides Reading time: 3 minute read
Guild Wars 2 Mystic Clovers

Mystic Clovers are time-gated materials that you can obtain in Guild Wars 2 and are used primarily for crafting legendary equipment. There are a number of ways in which you can earn this material, but keep in mind that it can be costly gold-wise or time-wise.

In this guide, we will cover the best ways to farm Mystic Clovers and how many you actually need to craft a piece of legendary.

Best ways to get Mystic Clovers in Guild Wars 2

There are so many ways in which you can get Mystic Clovers. Whether you are a PvP, PvE, or WvW player, there is a method for you. However, we won’t go over all the ways but rather cover the best ways to get them.

  • PvP and WvW Reward Tracks (Up to 14 per account)
  • Gambling at the Mystic Forge (10 guaranteed)
  • Buying them from BUY-4373, a vendor located in the Fractals of the Mists (10 per week)
  • Buying them from Scholar Glenna, a vendor located in different raids (10 per week)
  • Buying them from the Wizard’s Vault using Astral Acclaim.

How to craft Mystic Clovers at the Mystic Forge

How to get mystic clovers from mystic forge

If you like gambling, and have some gold and materials lying around, then you can dump your precious resources into the Mystic Forge for a chance to get Mystic Clovers. The items needed for that method would be the following:

  • 10 Obsidian Shards
  • 10 Mystic Coins
  • 10 Globs of Ectoplasm
  • 10 Mystic Crystal

Placing all those items in the Mystic Forge has a random chance to give you 10 Mystic Clovers. Furthermore, using 1 of all the materials instead of 10 can provide you with 1 Clover instead.

Best Reward Tracks for Mystic Clover Farming

There are so many good reward tracks that provide Mystic Clovers, and they are categorized between Repeatable and Non-repeatable. To get the most out of the reward tracks, it is best to complete the non-repeatable ones first as they provide more Clovers than repeatable ones.


Repeatable reward tracks provide players with fewer Guild Wars 2 Mystic Clovers, but they can be done as often as you’d like. With the help of modifiers that can increase how much track experience you get, you can complete a track in no time. In theory, all repeatable reward tracks are equally as good as they all provide you with 2 Mystic Clovers, and it depends on what you are trying to farm.

Nevertheless, here is a list of repeatable reward tracks that provide Clovers and some gold as well:

Reward Track Clover Reward
Heart of Maguuma Reward Track 2
Glorious Reward Track (PvP only) 2
Triumphant Armor Reward Track (WvW only) 2


Non-repeatable reward tracks provide a lot of Mystic Clovers, but they are a one-time thing, and you can’t get those rewards again after you have completed the track.

Here is a list of the best non-repeatable reward tracks for getting Clovers:

Reward Track Clover Reward
Drizzlewood Coast Reward Track 14
Bjora Marches Reward Track 11
Grothmar Valley Reward Track 9
End of Dragons Reward Track 7
Xunlai Customer Loyalty Perks Program 7
Crystal Desert Reward Track 7
Tangled Depths Reward Track 7
Auric Basin Reward Track 7
Verdant Brink Reward Track 7
Silverwastes Reward Track 7
Warclaw Reward Track 7
Long-Lost Tahkayun Weapons Reward Track 7
Shiver Emote Tome Reward Track 6

How many GW2 Mystic Clovers for a Legendary item

To get a legendary item in Guild Wars 2, you will need at least 15 Mystic Clovers. However, this number can go all the way up to 77 depending on the piece of gear you are crafting.

Here is a breakdown of how many Clovers you will need to craft one piece of legendary equipment within a specific category:

Legendary Equipment Clovers Required
Legendary Accessories and Back Items 77
Generation 1 Legendary weapons 77
Generation 2 Legendary Weapons 77
Generation 3 Legendary weapons 38
Legendary Sigils 30
Legendary Runes 20
Legendary Armor 15
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Abed Shatila

Abed Shatila

Abed Shatila is a developer with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, but he is also a passionate gamer who has been enjoying games of all genres since he was six years old. Abed is an expert at creating video game guides. When he is not busy writing code, he enjoys crafting content to assist both existing and newer generations of gamers in making their gaming journeys much smoother.

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