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    Celestial Orb Blank When Using

    So, when using a Celestial Orb I am very used to seeing the screen look like:

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    So, this is the first time the screen came up like:

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    I assume this means that all the values for the item are already at maximum. Am I barking up the right tree or this this something buggy?

    I have never actually used a Celestial Orb. I only use it to check value ranges.

    I guess this means that only values that can be increased are shown.

    Any thoughts are appreciated.

    ManTin! Its because you are to good. You dont need that stuff. Its the game itself telling you that!


      Just to add:
      It doesn't necessarily mean all stats are at maximum.
      A CO can't maximize a stat if it is already near-maximum.

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      Last edited by Cyraph; 11-12-2019, 06:03 AM. Reason: Added screenshots. The margin is very small.
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      • Jose Sarmento
        Jose Sarmento commented
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        Are you sure? His example shows a CO allowing a mere 0.3 points increase...

      • Cyraph
        Cyraph commented
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        I made a quick check and took screenshots.
        It's still there, but afair the margin was larger once.
        Had to craft quite a few items to get one with a near-perfect "excellent".

      Tin, I was looking to ressurrect that old thread where we asked people to input CO values so we could determine the appropriate ranges for L71-75, only I can't remember where it is. Want to use the same method now to establish the new L76-77 ranges.

      (must be getting old, or otherwise overwhelmed)
      Last edited by MarkHark; 11-11-2019, 05:54 PM.