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Guide: Quests "Master Craft"

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This guide is necessary, because on this server the quests for the title of "Master" in craft have some uniqueness

To receive the quest for the title of master, you must reach 399 profession level, and the character must be level 29+

 

STEP 1 - Fulfill Level 399 Order

Everyone is familiar with this. Having reached the 399 profession level, the master mentor will ask you to complete a certain order, similar to those for which you could swing up to level 399.

 

STEP 2 - Crafting a Profession Level 299 Item

Recipes for these items can be obtained in two ways:

  1. Buy a disposable white-quality recipe from a vendor of the relevant profession and use it to craft the required item. Master Mentor requires a green quality item (critical). If you fail and the item does not crit, you can try to craft it again by purchasing the recipe again, or go to method 2.
  2. With a green quality recipe, you can immediately make the necessary item, but first you need to get it. These recipes can be obtained from mobs in Heiron (Elyos) and Beluslan (Asmodian).

Receiving recipes is possible from mobs from which some kind of drop is initially provided.

Note: point 2 applies to all professions except for Cooking, since this profession does not provide for critical recipes (it is necessary to make "tasty" versions of dishes).

 

STEP 3 - Crafting a Profession Level 399 Item

For the manufacture of these items, there are two types of recipes: green (not crit) and blue (crit)

  • Green recipes can be obtained from mobs in Theobomos (Elyos) and Brusthonin (Asmodian). An item crafted using this recipe must crit in an item of blue quality. If you fail and the item fails to crit, you can try crafting it again or get a blue-quality recipe.
  • Blue recipes can be obtained from mobs in the Eye of Reshanta, and they also have a lower chance of being dropped in comparison with green ones.

Note: the above applies to all professions, except for Cooking, as there are no critical recipes for it (you need to make "tasty" versions of dishes).

To complete the level 399 Cooking quest, you need to make 4 dishes:

 

  1. Fasimedes' (Elyos) / Vidar's (Asmodian) Smoothie
  2. Fasimedes' (Elyos) / Vidar's (Asmodian) Salad
  3. Fasimedes' (Elyos) / Vidar's (Asmodian) Fish
  4. Fasimedes' (Elyos) / Vidar's (Asmodian) Chowder

 

  • Recipes 1, 2, 3 can be obtained from mobs in Theobomos (Elyos) and Brusthonin (Asmodian).
  • Recipe 4 can be obtained from mobs in the Eye of Reshanta.

All recipes that are obtained by dropping from mobs are transferable and non-disposable.

Items crafted using these recipes cannot be traded.

If you received a recipe that is not your profession, you can exchange / sell it to other players.

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Thanks, but this is no solution because people hoard that recipe to blackmail ppl to sell it for like 10 M or they cannot advance their profession.. can this get a fix please so it's attainable for normal play characters and we don't need to get blackmailed from other players just because we want to train our own profession simply..

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11 часов назад, Tselakus сказал:

Thanks, but this is no solution because people hoard that recipe to blackmail ppl to sell it for like 10 M or they cannot advance their profession.. can this get a fix please so it's attainable for normal play characters and we don't need to get blackmailed from other players just because we want to train our own profession simply..

In version 1.9, there were generally other profession quests. For example, for alchemy it was necessary to knock out the orb / grimoire recipes in the world drop, and then crit them. Maybe these recipes would cost the same or even more than the current ones.


Since the client here is 2.1, the recipes from 1.9 could not be returned, so it was decided to make such a system for OBT. On the one hand, it does not require changing the quests to a profession, on the other hand, it makes their mechanics similar to the quests from 1.9


Now they are unlikely to change this system, because a large number of players have already completed profession quests for this guide.

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Thanks for explaining, it's bad news -_-

Since thursday last week I cannot advance my profession and it's so annoying. Maybe I just stop play..

Edit:

lol, ONE person on server now sells recipe.. for 12M. I cannot buy.

Why should everyone's crafting profession depend on one random player who got lucky and found it, what a bullshit, fuck this.

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