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What insight does this Jeweler crafting window give you?


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#1 Anhrez

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Posted 13 March 2012 - 11:18 PM

Looping through all of the screens out there I can find on crafting in Guild Wars 2, I stumbled upon the image below (nice to see something other that armor or weapon example).  What does it tell us?
I can guess at a few things:

  • Resources will follow the more common formats in rarity/complexity. If we assume the order listed is from higher skill to the lower skills, then it looks to be the very common Copper, Tin, Bronze (assumption blended Copper and Tin) Silver and Iron.
  • Smelting gives us skill ups
  • The complexity of the Jewelry options will be interesting to find more about. Example I want to make a New necklace.  It seems I have some chain options, settings options, hook options, etc.  Can I mix my metals? Will a Silver chain along side a Bronze setting give me a different option than both Bronze or both Silver? Will it just modify the stats? Will it just modify the level requirements?


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#2 Nephele

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Posted 13 March 2012 - 11:55 PM

I learned that GW2 copper bars are really, really small. I mean look at that, it takes two of them to make one tiny hook!

Seriously though, I like how the components seem to be the same for each material. This maybe hints at being able to mix and match components, like you said. It also makes leveling up much less confusing, since you're working with the same basic parts.

#3 Karthrandir

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 03:17 AM

Nephele said:

I learned that GW2 copper bars are really, really small. I mean look at that, it takes two of them to make one tiny hook!

Or maybe our characters are just really, really clumsy and waste a lot of metal trying to make things. ;)