Perfect World Guide to Clothing Dye Pigments
Written by Shyriena of Sanctuary
(Note: If you read this and it helps you, please
post a comment with a quick reply. This guide took over 30 hours
of my time and a lot of money to make. so PLEASE, at least post
a quick thank you so I know my time was well spent, and that
you all appreciate what I have done. Thank you.
Also Please have a look at my other guide. It helps people out with
crafting and shows them easy ways to gather materials effectively.
You can find the post Here. PerfectWorld Crafting and Gathering Guide.
This is a guide written to help people within the game of
perfect world have an enjoyable experience using the Dye
and Pigments in Perfect World.
The main thing I can say is that you CANNOT craft dye!
The pigments are gained from buying Hot color packs and
activating them by right clicking on them. You will get
either a random dye or a named pigment once you right
click the box.
This is a chart for people that wish to Buy Pigments off
other players or to buy hot packs and use the correct
dyes they get to make a set of clothing a color they like,
it can also be used to help match clothes you already
own to a colored pigment by looking at the color grid (The
3 dot color code).
The Dyes listed here are the ones you get from the DYE
PIGMENT BOTTLES. The random colors you get on clothing
when you first buy them, or from using random dye pigments
are way too many. Plus this is a guide to players who wish
to plan out their outfit. Random dyes are too "Random" to
match since you get a random color and those colors are not
always available in bottle format. There are more colors for
clothing than just the ones you can buy with names on the
bottles. However to do that, its just click and hope. This
guide will help you get as close as you can to a random dye
color as possible with named dye bottles, but it will most
likely not be exact unless you use dye bottles on all the
Anyhow This guide was made from different versions of the
game. Some of the clothing in the pictures are not from the
international version, but from the Malaysian version. I have
adapted all the names now for the international version of
This guide is in IMAGE FORMAT. The links each show a picture.
Each image has screen shots of the various dye colors and the
pigment name along with the 3 dot color code.
Here are the 8 images you need.