Fri, 19 Dec 2008, 3:40pm What the +/- numbers mean next to the compounds »
scott
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Since I saw there were a few people asking about this i thought i would explain.

the number is the difference in rank between the produced item and the lowest rank of any of the components.

for instance, if you compound a rank 6 and a rank 8 item to product a rank 10 item...this would be +4 (hence 10 - 6) since the result gained 4 ranks up.

for primary alchemy, +4 is the most ranks a compound can gain without alchemy books, thus making it the hardest to produce. compounds with lower or negative numbers are more common than items with +3/+4 or higher.

Last edited Fri, 19 Dec 2008, 9:54pm by scott

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