Not all !!!'s will be mobs. The Grimmonite will be down there and will be !!!'s. I think they will break the Halcyon pretty consistently, won't they?
Not sure myself, I had just started fishing there at skill lvl 14, had 3 rod breaks off the single !, high stamina before I learned to isolate nebs. I also caught 1, I can't recall the type of fish it was though, bastore bream maybe? Anyway, it sounds like midge has little to no fishing skill, and in my limited experience fishing, this is the only place I've broken halcyon.
north ridge of Qufim, go for squids
went 0/48 synths on HQ ice staff (lv. 90~ woodworking) not doing it for gil, friend just wants signed staves, any reason for this (should be t1, unlisted subcraft?) or just terrible luck?
That is really shitty for ele staves, I generally average about 1/3 on em.
Check if your wearing carpenter's ring? =/
Anyone have a ballpark figure for the Cerb bow's bonecraft sub? I'm currently at 54 bonecraft and want to max out my HQ rate on it.
Also whats roughly the demand/usefullness of a haidate-1? Would no one want it and it'd never sell or would someone eventually buy it?
I don't wanna HQ something worth lots of money only to have it never sell. Its just theres 8 haidates on the AH right now so I'm tempted to stock up on em... >_> <_<
Cerberus Bow is a t0, the woodworking lvl is 96.
Yeah but Id rather not be crafting a 300K synth when Im only 1-2 levels above its sub skill when I could be 8 above. Just wanted to know if I can start getting on the crafting already or if I should hold off.
If people believe in crafting voodoo with current day, why do said individuals not go roaming zones for proper weather as well?
So break rate is also in tiers alongside HQ rate?
It's pretty simple, once you're above cap it's a 5% chance of break, if you're 1 above, or 99 above it's a 5% chance. If there are subcrafts each adds an additional 5%.Originally Posted by Before you ask a stupid question
Oh, well in that case lol
So basically theres not much point in raising bonecraft any higher huh?
Interesting. Thank you.