Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ShiftyMcGee, Dec 23, 2016.
Title says it all. Looking to break down some rusty swords.
Put it in black smith table. Salvage option highlights.
OMG, you can just click "SALVAGE!?"
Hammers fall under carpentry btw.
So need carp table for them. But swords n such. Ya blacksmith table ( not smelter )
And a big smack to everyone in MGT for not telling me this in the OMFG, you can just click "REPAIR!?" discussion we had a couple of weeks ago.
The next time we group, I am going to pull every mob I can see!
Sweet! Some guy at the crafting station told me I needed a recipe. Good news
and that is why I think we should be able to gank NPCs and burn their houses down. (Sorry @Kvow Triumvir the decorations merchant that ripped me off by selling me a crate for 2000gp when I needed some storage must suffer my wrath.)
I thought those decos had no storage ability making them even more of a rip off!
Oh, don't forget to discover using metal scraps to craft ingots. You save 50% of ore. Instead of 4 iron ore, you can substitute with 12 metal scraps so that you only use 2 iron ore, same deal goes for leather, wood and thread (with different amounts for each).
Not wherefrom get wood scrap?
You get wood scrap by salvaging items that have wood in them like bows, hammers etc.
Now you can't "discover" the base recipes anymore (sadly), but I think the iron is already in your book... If you want copper from scraps you'll need to buy it, the recipe (and BTW, for copper you just use metal scraps)... Plus you can salvage up to 15 items at once, just drag then all to the table...
The reason you can't "just press salvage" is it will salvage everything in your inventory, including your second weapon, so they fixed that...
The are still recipes that are discoverable. It's always better to try before you buy.
Only High end are discoverable, all the "Base" recipes you need to buy, It's because the Dev's wanted to eliminate most of the crafter just going to "website" to see all the recipes, instead of actually "discovering" them ingame... IMO, it was a good move, but they went too far, I can see buying the "Iron Longsword" recipe to start with, but not for all the other exotic metals too... When all you need to do is swap out a different ingot type to discover the next recipe... That just makes it expensive for a beginner...
You can also "Learn" them from other players, if they're willing, I guess they have no Love for SPO anymore...
IMO, all the "high" end should cost 2k or more or be found in Treasure Chest loot around the World...
I did. I only just started playing on 23rd Dec. I discovered the base for all 3 that uses scraps by looking at SoTA wiki and getting the mats.
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