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My 1st anb...pls explain how my earned items transfer to my main after season

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  • papa jim
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    There is no answer, until they have completed checking all the entries you do not receive medals.

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  • Holdernessjason
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    How long does it take before you receive your earned medals after the ANB? Have these been sent out yet? Last I checked I was 120th or so on the Bounty Hunter but still haven’t received my earned medals.

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  • Spikeching
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    Tin Man 11.1 post should be stickied somewhere

    Maybe it would save some sorry loser a lot of grief

    Like me.i grieve that i didnt know this before

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  • Tin Man
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    Kardinaal You can not craft a level 77 item when you Crafting Mastery Level is less than 25. You can craft a level 77 when your Crafting Mastery Level is 25+. The chance is less at Crafting Mastery Level 25 and is not worth chasing due to the costs associated with crafting. There is still a chance at Crafting Mastery Level 25. Crafting Mastery Level 50 gives you the maximum chance.

    You definitely want your Crafting Mastery Level to at least 25 before running ANB events since you will be doing lots of crafting and want to be able to get things about level 71. Get to Crafting Mastery Level 25 takes around 57 040 crafting experience points which is fairly quick to get. Getting to level 50 takes around 465 500 which can cause repetitive motion injury and loss of sanity.

    Yes, get your Crafting Mastery Level to 50 as quickly as you can as you only have to do it once and it really helps your game. You can do rather well in ANBs and seasons without it.

    Budget at least 5M gold for raising your Crafting Mastery Level to 50. The cost can change depending how you raise your level. The 5M is based upon level 14 uncommon crafts outside of ANBs when you can salvage.

    Hope that helps.

  • Tin Man
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    This is just wrong. Not all level 14 salvage more materials than used to craft that level 14 item.

    You do not get more back when crafting weapons, shields, set items, unique items, trinkets, belts and bracers of mastery as far as I know.

    Also, you do not get back the crafting material cost when you salvage Epic or Legendary items.

    Level 14 uncommon armor items salvage material back so that the craft only costs you gold.

    Level 14 rare items salvage material back so that the craft only costs you gold and silk cloth/iron bar/cured leather.

    I have not rechecked this lately but I want to say that what I have written above is what I found the last time that I checked and believe is supported by posts by others.

    Can't just say level 14 items as that is not specific enough. Does not have to be specifically gloves or caps or any other armor piece. Does seem to only be armor.

    Crafting rare items is faster but it will cost you some materials even though your essences will end up being increased.

  • Wulfric
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    You are supposed to get either the same amount of materials back or more when salvaging level 14 items than you used to craft the item in the first place. This means you are only spending gold and might actually increase the number of essences etc in your stash.

    Not done it myself as I found out you could do this after maxing out my crafting mastery...

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  • Mally
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    You guys are awesome. Thanks! So what happens at mastery level 14, or is that a mathematical thing?

  • Ozymandius
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    You can farm gold with Rares (blue) since you will only be running Normal story mode maps. Most of my XG stuff is just from dropped gear. Over time you can build up a pretty effective gold farmer set just using drops.

  • Kardinaal
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    Just keep crafting blue items and breaking them down into materials. Lvl 14 items should give you all materials back that you put in them.

    If you want to raise your crafting level by only making useful crafts it will take you a long time.

    And you can’t craft lvl 77 gear untill mastery is maxed so…

  • Wulfric
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    You also need to buy all the unlocks for pieces of kit from the vendor (can't remember her name at the moment). Only spend gold though. Buy everything on sale for gold even the warrior ones. Once bought, the items are unlocked for all characters including the ANB ones.

  • Mally
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    'Course, I could always craft some Extra Gold rare gear for my farmer, too. Only thing gonna keep me slowed about mastery level 50 is coinage.

  • Turgeon
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    Btw to raise your mastery to lvl 50. Just craft blue glove lvl 14 to 19. Depending on how patient you are lol.

  • Mally
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    Thanks very much. That's very helpful. I appreciate the time you spent writing that, both of you.

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  • Kardinaal
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    Most of the time there’s one event every two weeks, either:

    - bronze anb
    - silver Anb
    - gold anb
    - war supplies (a set of goals for your main account giving rewards)

    And normally the order is the same: bronze > silver > war supplies > gold > bronze…

    But depending on beta testing, updates, season endings,… they sometimes deviate from this schedule. Normally they put up a post in the announcement section, and in game they usually also announce the start in advance. More often than not events start on Friday.

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  • Mally
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    Thanks very much. I'm working on an ELR gearset right now, but am only at crafting mastery level 7. I'm farming Morgenheim for enough gold to craft the second piece. Your points are well considered, and I'll take your suggestions. I didn't realize that champion levels are also shared. How often are ANBs held?

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