The Crafting Experiment

As I had been successful with crafting, making friends happy with new gear and at the same time making some money, I wanted to try out new craftings.

First, I checked out Alchemy. I had to wear this protection cloth so that I wouldn’t breathe in any bad substances by accident…

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Next to Sir Scott, I practised a lot but somehow, I only created Glues. So boring.

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I gave up on Alchemy and tried out Culinarian. Culinarians are known for their excuisite taste, excellent ingredient hunting skills and one-of-a-kind cooking skills.

Well… somehow it did not turn out as expected…

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When checking other guilds, I suddenly came across this:

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A Guildmaster protecting a really pretty crown.

Of course, I knew instantly what this crown was for: The best crafter of this guild would receive the crown and thus, become the richest person in Ul’dah!

Needless to say, I instantly started crafting.

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By my side, the Mammot minion I had purchased to overview and guide my Goldsmith training. He would check my crafting results and give me tips.

Soon, I gained great experience in crafting jewels, silver, rare metals and then… jewelery!

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Not soon after, my name had spread amonst the guild’s customers and I was requested to craft this fine Thaumaturge’s wand.

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Gigi, the guild’s Mammet, was inspecting my work. His praises were infinite. He was so happy with my work that he prefered to keep the wand for himself and become the true Lord of the Inferno…

The guild leader scolted Gigi. Gigi had been assisting the Goldsmith’s guild leaders for many generations and had a lot of experience. Still, it was not okay to keep an item for a customer for oneself!

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And thus, it was decided. Goldsmithing was my new passion. My new money source.

Soon, the crown will be mine! “o_´´o

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