I was wondering if anyone had ever found out the correct minimum levels on WW and Smithing to make Hades Sainti?
If I am wearing "Alchemist's Ring" and do a smithing recipe, does it block HQ's?
Don't believe so
I'd love to buy the Alchemy ring for completionism, and then be able to make Iron Ingots or whatever in smithing when I don't want to HQ steel (or other recipes for ingredients).
It would make sense, either way. Makes the ring *slightly* more desirable, too, perhaps.
What have we found to be an effective way to get overwhelming desynthesis moghancement?
My issue is I have a very much decked out MH and, to be honest, have very little way to take pieces out without messing everything up.
I do have it set up though that if I stick in my thurible and take out only 2 piece of furniture I get desynthesis, yay~
It looks like the only way I'll be able to get overwhelming is purchasing like 3 million in thuribles. As badass as a mog house full of stoner pots would be (lol permabaked moogle) I'd rather not. Mainly because I can't afford it.
Also my moogle has a tendency to sell all my stuff whenever he gets baked. I don't wanna come back to a cleaned out MH again D:
ive hq'd too many things in cloth and smithing with the leather ring on.. so yea they only work for the craft they belong to. It always sucked getting a tier 0 hq on some gold thread with the ring on prior to doing a tier 0 synth that i cared about... but such is the ironic luck of ffxi
Dumb, but relevant to my OCD. Thanks :D
Did I read somewhere that you can only attempt a synthesis only if you are at the most 10 levels away from the cap of it? My Bonecraft is 100 but my Smithing is only 38. I tried to do a Corsair's gun [Bonecraft(75)Smithing(53)] and it let me attempt it, but failed. If it is wrong on the wiki, then that would mean I wouldn't have to waste the gil on getting the guild points to get tier1 hq rate on the gun?
Oh it's 16
This really is a fairly good crafting system because you can have all the items (EX too), invite people to party that have the skills (old crafts req), then anyone can do the synergy, but the end result goes to you no matter what.
EDIT: Wait, no. Your wording if confusing (or how I read it), but only you can ever use that pigment for your own items.