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Posted: November 21st, 2004, 4:00 pm
 
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Ok...I'm new to EQ2, never even played EQ1. But I like this crafting stuff....its really fun. But I'm getting confused....I'm currently lvl 9 and I can't seem to make lower level beds and chairs to a pristine level, and I have tried several times. I'm using my crafting buffs when I have a problem, but still not a single pristine end piece. All the while I have pristine sub parts. What am I doing wrong? I'm actually getting worse and worse results with the Elm bed....can't make anything over crude....help plz!

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Posted: November 22nd, 2004, 7:18 am
 
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for beds you use threadbare threads and tinspikes. I got one pristine bed out of 4 attempts. HOwever I use pristine tin spikes too.

I guess its just really hard
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Posted: November 22nd, 2004, 1:18 pm
 
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ALSO, twist the buffs!

Play around with the different ones. Click multiple buffs per tick, etc.

Click a buff per tick always. (i do)

There are progress buffs, and durablility buffs. Learn to use them effectivly.

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Posted: January 24th, 2005, 10:38 am
 
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What was just said is fine for basic items but making finished items is a whole other story. The most important thing to know is that there are 3 types of items used in the confection of finished items. The primary item, the first one in the recipe, which is the most important one, the secondary items and the fuel.

Fuel is always vendor sold, secondary items quality doesn't matter, which means crude is as good as pristine, but pristine sells more if you don't use them for psychological impact matters lol. Finally, the primary component's quality (crude, pristine, etc) will determine the maximum quality of the finish product.

Thus, to make a pristine spell scroll for example (app4), you will NEED some pristine ink. The quality of the quilll and paper are of no importance. Of course you will need a few tries, and maybe a few levels above the recipe hehe, to achieve the pristine, but you will simply never be able to make pristine if the primary component of a recipe is not pristine.

Hope this helps.


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Posted: January 31st, 2005, 8:58 pm
 
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Another suggestion:

I have a lvl 20 Sage. I found that I can usually make everything pristine after lvl 10 (after choosing sub-classes). It is because you will get buff that increase durability. Once the durability drops to half a bar of rank 4, give it a durability buff combo per tick. Try not to let it drops down that lvl. Except this case, always use progress buff then you are done.


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