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#1 Apr 14 2010 at 12:25 AM Rating: Decent
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Crafters will have other unique abilities, such as being able to add their own colors or patterns to the equipment they make




I wish FFXIV has various kinds of weapons and armors - nearly infinite - to create.
I wish the crafter get more credit for their hard work. Randomly, hand-made weapon
and armor should get high options that could be rate as Rare or Unique. I don't meant
by lowering the drop rate of Drop Item from monster; however, I like to see more player
rely on hard working crafters. I like to see Players go out with crafters to search for
rare type of raw materials to create their own hand-made equipment that has name of
creator on the description.....





ps

This idea didn't just came out from reading a novel called "Sword Art Online". =P
#2 Apr 14 2010 at 7:52 AM Rating: Decent
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If you look at some of the leaked screenshots you will see that every armor has a "Finish". Leather Armor with Mythril finish", "Cotton Robe with Rat Fur finish". This leads me to believe that those are custom choices for crafters to either influence the looks or add stats to basic armor types (eg. Mythril Finish adds defense, Rat Fur Agility).
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#3 Apr 14 2010 at 12:21 PM Rating: Decent
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Sorry. I'm not quite sure about what "Finish" means in this case.
#4 Apr 14 2010 at 5:42 PM Rating: Decent
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Finish as in adding the final touches to an item. Braids, Lacing, wax coating, ornamentals etc.
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#5 Apr 14 2010 at 6:10 PM Rating: Good
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If done well, this opens up so much to do with crafting. I can't wait to experiment with alchemy. I never got into crafting in FFXI, but it seems it'll be something I jump on quickly in FFXIV.
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