Item Crafting

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    MSG Commander
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    This one, I hardly know anything about. Only that after you complete the first dungeon, you get the ability to combine your “Onigoes” (or enemies).

    At first you can combine two Onigoes together, but a bit later in the game, you can combine three.

    Combining different Onigoes will produce different items, weapons, crystals, etc:

    Adding Onigoes together

    NOTE: You can also tap on “Crafting list” and it shows a complete list of “recipes,” but I haven’t figured out yet how to interpret that information:

    Crafting/Recipe list

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    #22132

    1oldtymer
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    In case anybody is confused by the crafting, here is an example (assuming you follow the good directions from MSG Commander above):
    Look at the crafting list. Let’s use “Absolute Zero” as an example. If you double click on it and you DO NOT have all the necessary materials, you will get a message stating that. If you do, they will automatically fill in and you can accept them and craft or not.

    But let’s look at the crafting recipe.
    Absolute Zero
    Main 05 NO+WA+WA
    Main 13 NO+NO+WA
    Main 14 NO+NO+WA
    Main 15 NO+NO+WA

    So this means that the MAIN Mat.no must be either 05,13,14, or 15. The 3 elements used must match, but order doesn’t matter, the list of three “EL” type.
    (Note that it is really the order of the two sub items that doesn’t matter, as you are constrained in the Main.) Suppose you use Clever Wolf, Mat no. 13, for the main. Clever Wolf is el(ement type) WA, so our remaining two items for crafting must both be NO (element type). But they can be ANY element number as long as they are type NO.
    So one crafting recipe is Clever Wolf, Gigantic Sphere, and Gold Sphere. However, you could also use Gigantic Sphere (main, Mat. no 14), Ice Owl, and Magical Cat.

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    #22137

    MSG Commander
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    Thanks 1oldtymer. That makes it a bit clearer for me.

    To paraphrase, you need one of the required “Main” onigoes. Then, between the 3 onigoes, you need to match the 3 element requirements? So the first step would be finding a “Main,” followed by any 2 onigoes, so that all 3 give the correct 3-element combination?

    Hopefully I’m following this correctly and not making it more confusing…

    I’m considering writing up a crafting guide, and separate out all the weapons, armor, crystals, items, to make it easier to compare the available choices. However, at the moment I’m not sure I know what information is actually “essential” to making those lists work… I’ll need to play around with it I guess.

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    1oldtymer
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    Thanks 1oldtymer. That makes it a bit clearer for me.

    To paraphrase, you need one of the required “Main” onigoes. Then, between the 3 onigoes, you need to match the 3 element requirements? So the first step would be finding a “Main,” followed by any 2 onigoes, so that all 3 give the correct 3-element combination?

    Exactly right. After you pick the Main, you try to find the least valuable (that is, probably least rare) 2 onigoes that satisfy the 3 element type requirement.

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