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Does learning furniture recipes affect the chances of receiving a writ from a crafting daily?

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Does learning furniture recipes affect the chances of receiving a writ from a crafting daily?
Edited by Ruj on August 25, 2021 2:03PM
  • Disturbed_One
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    No.
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  • ghastley
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    But doing the crafting recipes uses up the tempers, especially the purple ones, so master writs become harder to complete.
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  • Ruj
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    No.

    Thank you.
    Edited by Ruj on August 25, 2021 2:03PM
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  • Ruj
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    ghastley wrote: »
    But doing the crafting recipes uses up the tempers, especially the purple ones, so master writs become harder to complete.

    This is unrelated to my question. I'm aware furniture recipes and crafting use the same mats.
    Edited by Ruj on August 25, 2021 2:01PM
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  • redlink1979
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    Tradeskill mastery (which determines your odds of receiving a master writ from a top tier writ reward box) is meant to imply a long-term dedication to the craft. This varies from tradeskill to tradeskill.

    For Blacksmithing, Clothier, and Woodworking, this means motif knowledge and overall completion of trait research. This does not include Crown-exclusive motifs or motifs for the 9 base player races. It focuses on motifs that take some effort to learn – like Xivkyn, or Minotaur, or Celestial.
    For Provisioning, this is instead your collection of known purple and gold recipes as they are a strong overall representation of dedication to craft.
    With Enchanting, we instead look at the total overall rune word translations you’ve completed on that character.
    And with Alchemy, we look at how many reagents from which you’ve completely learned all effects.

    Over time, the contributing factors for this may expand as the associated tradeskill mechanics do.
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  • Ruj
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    Tradeskill mastery (which determines your odds of receiving a master writ from a top tier writ reward box) is meant to imply a long-term dedication to the craft. This varies from tradeskill to tradeskill.

    For Blacksmithing, Clothier, and Woodworking, this means motif knowledge and overall completion of trait research. This does not include Crown-exclusive motifs or motifs for the 9 base player races. It focuses on motifs that take some effort to learn – like Xivkyn, or Minotaur, or Celestial.
    For Provisioning, this is instead your collection of known purple and gold recipes as they are a strong overall representation of dedication to craft.
    With Enchanting, we instead look at the total overall rune word translations you’ve completed on that character.
    And with Alchemy, we look at how many reagents from which you’ve completely learned all effects.

    Over time, the contributing factors for this may expand as the associated tradeskill mechanics do.

    Thank you so much <3
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  • xilfxlegion
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    i am a grand master crafter ---- i havent pulled a gold master writ in over 3 months.
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  • redspecter23
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    i am a grand master crafter ---- i havent pulled a gold master writ in over 3 months.

    Writ quality appears to just be random chance and isn't affected by your grand master crafting status. You can increase your chance of receiving a writ, but there doesn't appear to be any way to affect the quality of that writ.
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    i am a grand master crafter ---- i havent pulled a gold master writ in over 3 months.

    Writ quality appears to just be random chance and isn't affected by your grand master crafting status. You can increase your chance of receiving a writ, but there doesn't appear to be any way to affect the quality of that writ.

    true -- it is all rng --- but i get maybe two purples a week also. but i get a bunch of the blue jewelry writs
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  • redspecter23
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    i am a grand master crafter ---- i havent pulled a gold master writ in over 3 months.

    Writ quality appears to just be random chance and isn't affected by your grand master crafting status. You can increase your chance of receiving a writ, but there doesn't appear to be any way to affect the quality of that writ.

    true -- it is all rng --- but i get maybe two purples a week also. but i get a bunch of the blue jewelry writs

    Are you doing writs on just one character currently? It may be worth exploring the option to level up some alt crafters for more daily writs if you have the chance. If you're able to use addons, they are incredibly fast to do on multiple toons once you have them ready to go.
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