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The only way I can think of getting op stuff without cashing is crafting but it's so long they should definately improve crafting.
hi all,how will the craft in DBOR?
taka you were a great crafter i hope that you craft me some armor in dbor
well Ren.....then i really have to say you missed something awesome xDCrafting stuff by your own was kinda nice although you needed much luck to get the effect you wanted. But hey....for what were silver boxes were there? (ok not for everyone lol xD)Hope you'll learn in DBOR to craft yourself
how does crafting work in DBO? I never understood how it worked so I completely gave up on trying I didnt even know where to begin with crafting and couldn't find good guides on it either plus no english made it even more difficult.
I think crafting was really good for the whole DBO economy, and it should be implemented in DBOR. The armors were very useful, especially for "single player" mode. I wonder if the devs are able to improve the system in any way? My suggestions are:-Maybe include a little percentage of chance that your crafted gear could be "legendary" rate, not just up to "rare".-Make armors available in "switched" versions too (I remember every armor was available in one type, like physical def for humans and energy def for nameks etc.)+1: It would be really cool if there was a very rare item (one for armor, one for weapon), which can raise the rate of the item it has been applied to (example: rare --> legendary)+1.1: I was thinking about this feature even when I started DBO in 2011. Dogi creator. Now at first glance this may sound hard to create, but hear me out. There could be a small window with a column of 3 brackets (top for armor, middle for pants, bottom for shoes). You can add any type of shitty normal gear to it (but there were some COOL LOOKING shitty normal gear in the game IMO). You press the generate button, and it combines the stuff into one dogi which now you can put into your dogi slot.This way every player could look more unique (remember, this is a dogi, you can still put on OP gear under it), without actually adding a whole new stuff into the game, since the armor/pants/shoes are already in the game.
http://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Transmutationfor the last part, this is probably the closest thing to what you're thinking of.Yes?
Dumke no disrespect but aren't you supposed to be making the game?
Ive never really crafted much (I could still use help on that) But from what i heard from others it was really useful.