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#1 Sep 11 2013 at 6:27 AM Rating: Excellent
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Weaver Guide for going 20-30 without diremite web:
A leve in Uldah called 'doublet jepordy' or something similar. (asks for cotton doublet of gathering) - occasionally rewards 4 diremite web
A leve in Quarrymill asking for cotton dress gloves - occasionally rewards 11 diremite web

Favorite quarrymill (~150gil to tp there from uldah)
Home point uldah (free to tp back if you wait)

Here's what I do:
Buy 200 cotton bolls (1800gil)
Buy 10 hard leather (310~gil, cheaper and better if you craft em yourself))
Make 10 HQ brass ingots (lvl 14 gold smith, 24 gil each if you buy raw from guild) (or buy NQ ingot for 68gil a piece)
Turn 200 cotton bolls into 100 threads ( 20 HQ threads 80 NQ)
Turn 80 NQ threads into 40 HQ Cotton cloths

Now you have
10 hard leathers
10 HQ brass ingots
20 HQ cotton thread
40HQ cotton clothe

Make 1 HQ Cotton doublet vest of gathering,
Grab the levequest from uldah
Teleport to quarrymill
Hand in for 30k exp ~900gil

Grab the levequest in quarrymill for Cotton dress gloves (2 cotton cloth, 1 cotton thread)
Reward for HQ is ~18k exp and ~900 gil

Do this level until return is available/afk and wait for return, then go get the leve in uldah again. I would do gloves in quarrymil until it stopped giving diremite web, or grab it while it was offering web and save it for the next trip.

Profit margins
this is 10 doublets + 10 cotton gloves
[300k exp + 9k gil] + [180k exp + 9k gil]
10 tps = 1500 gil
Raw materials = 2350 ( assuming you buy hard leather, and make brass ingots hq, can be cheaper if you make the hard leather)

Total loss: 3850
Total Gain: ~18000
Net: 14k gil profit (more if you sell diremite web/dew thread, on my server web sells for 300, thread goes for 800)
EXP is 480k (enough to go from 20 even to 25.99%, in actuality, you will be 26, almost 27 due to getting 5k per combine for the vests/gloves when you count the subs.
~Ended up with ~50-60 diremite web, which i turned into dew thread and sold for a huge profit since i wont be doing velveteen, just these 2 leves until 30. So 30 threads ~ 24k gil extra

So as you can see you will make 14k gil (new gil into the economy), and 24k extra should you choose to sell the diremite web/thread along the way. If you are impatient you can TP back to uldah and not wait, but it eats into your profits, as teleporting back to uldah without it being a favorite is about 450, so you are looking at 450+150 for teleports, and 900 profit. So in the end you will barely break even (minus the diremite web).

Edited, Sep 11th 2013 8:29am by dustinfoley
#2 Sep 11 2013 at 6:35 AM Rating: Excellent
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On a side note:
Never, ever use quick synth

Quick syn = 50% exp
0 quality = 100% exp
100% quality = 300% exp (with rest and armory bonus).

It may suck to make 100 threads, but when you think about cutting your exp in half, potentially failing about 5/100 threads and all of that, you really start to waiste your time/gear/repair/gil by not trying to at least do everything manually.

For the threads when I say 20 HQ 80 NQ, the 20 hq you will have to make, the 80 nq, you can just do +quality 3x, then hit your progress button and you will have about 21% chance for a HQ (more exp), and it doesnt take all that long to make a macro for it. In the end you've gone from 50% exp to about 150% exp per cotton thread, which adds up quickly.
#3 Sep 12 2013 at 9:49 PM Rating: Decent
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#4 Sep 13 2013 at 4:39 AM Rating: Decent
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This was very useful to me, thanks. Took me up to 29 at which point I can start flax. Cheers!
#5 Sep 13 2013 at 11:41 AM Rating: Good
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Cool useful guide. Let me add a bit for those that don't mind making velveteen.

The other leve at quarrymill is for velveteen breeches(?) of gathering. When the Cotton Dress Gloves stops giving diremite web, the other leve will start giving web (not sure this is true 100% but worked many times for me). Also this leve is a triple turn in on 3 items. Meaning you can make a LOT of xp on this one and get a lot of diremite out of it.

SO... if you don't want the porting about. Alternate between the two leves at Quarrymill. You may need to start with a few extra diremite webs since the 11 you get is 1 short of the 12 you need to make the 3 velveteen breeches.

Also velveteen crafting gear is good. So unless you are just exploiting leve's up to 50 you probably want to invest in some good velveteen gear.

#6 Sep 18 2013 at 8:19 AM Rating: Decent
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How do you turn 80 NQ threads into 40 HQ cloths?
I can't reach 100% quality when i'm crafting cloths even after using three touch actions.
#7 Sep 18 2013 at 12:10 PM Rating: Excellent
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I can get 100% quality on NQ materials if I get lucky. Inner quiet + Great Strides helps a lot. I will also burn as much CP as possible trying to at least get a Good condition before Standard Touch. Not there yet, but I'm guessing the higher tier Touch action will also give more quality per use.

iirc, I also get a higher quality boost per Touch action the further I am over the cap for the item I'm making. I'm really tired, though, so I might have this confused with something else. Smiley: dubious
#8 Sep 18 2013 at 9:10 PM Rating: Good
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I have around 256 CP after getting the npc-sold Brass crafting jewelry (cheaper on Market boards usually) and have decent lv20 crafting gear. As long as I have 40 durability left after getting progress up to requiring one more Careful Synthesis, I always repeat Great Strides and Standard Touch under Inner Quiet+Steady Hand.

This goes on for 30 durability, so three steps*. Then the last 10 durability are your last Careful Synthesis.

This is especially effective if you only have 40 durability to begin with and can finish the entire yarn or cloth synth with one Careful or Standard Synthesis.

*There are some subtleties like needing to Standard Touch right away whenever an Excellent Condition shows up and the order for beginning your Inner Quiet+Steady Hand with the first Great Strides (it needs to be Inner Quiet -> Great Strides -> Steady Hand so you don't waste any Steady Hand status).

Edited, Sep 18th 2013 8:10pm by fatpolomanjr
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