Crafting Bonus

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Crafting Bonus[edit | edit source]

When crafting an Item from Blueprints a Crafting Bonus is applied as long as the Intelligence of the Crafter is above 100%.

This Bonus increase all the benefits the Blueprint provides even more. A benefit is when a parameter on the Blueprint is above the value of a common item, or a parameter which isn't on the corresponding common item List of Parameters.

Trying to get a high Crafting Bonus is beneficial for high Item Rarity Blueprints.

Maximal Crafting Bonus[edit | edit source]

Intelligence is used to calculate the maximal Crafting Bonus (WIP - but tested up to 620 Intelligence):

(current Intelligence - 100% Baseline Intelligence) / 20

So for a Character with 450% displayed Intelligence the maximal Crafting Bonus is 350% / 20 = 17,5%

How Crafting Bonus affects crafting[edit | edit source]

The Crafting Bonus is applied to the increases a Blueprint provides, but not the Items base stats. While crafting with more than the 100% Baseline Intelligence, the crafting bonus is picked form a range of 0 to max Crafting Bonus. After a craft the Crafting Bonus, which was applied, is displayed with one decimal place, internally an unrounded (real) value is used. All values displayed (Blueprints, Items ...) are rounded, internally real numbers are used.

For example: Crafting a weapon from a Blueprint with 150% damage, getting a 20% crafting Bonus will create a weapon with 160% damage. ((150 -100)*1,2 +100).

Stackable Items[edit | edit source]

When mass crafting stackable Items (Building stuff like thatch wood stone, but also planks, sails etc.) the new Item will receive the Crafting Bonus of an Item which is in the receiving container. So when Medium Wood Planks are crafted in a smithy, it is beneficial to know the max Crafting Bonus, and remove crafted Planks which have a low Bonus. After getting one with almost maximal Crafting Bonus, leave this in the Smithy, all following crafts will be crafted with this Bonus.

Upgrade[edit | edit source]

Items crafted from Blueprints can have additional Upgrades. As the Base for the Upgrade is the value of the Parameter after the Craft, and not the one of the Blueprint, the applied Crafting Bonus is also beneficial to the Upgrades.

Example[edit | edit source]

Here a Blueprint

CraftingBlueprint BP.jpg

And a crafted one with lowish Crafting Bonus

CraftingBluprintCraftingBonus72.jpg

And another Craft, with higher Crafting Bonus and 4 Upgrades applied to Intelligence.

Upgrade Item 4.jpg