Master crafted?

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Master crafted?

Postby Lae » Sat May 26, 2012 11:40 am

I get this messaging when I'm carving hilts occasionally and I was wondering, does this denote the piece as being masterfully crafted even if it only says exquisite?

(Type stop to stop auto-carving.)
You continue carving away at a medium straight yew stave with your ebony-handled copper dirk, intent on it ending up as a hilt.
You've finished your carving, leaving you holding an exquisite yew dagger hilt.
You smile as you look over your work, realizing you've managed to create quite the masterpiece.

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Postby Landion » Sat May 26, 2012 1:55 pm

Hrm, if it's only making an exquisite then there's likely an issue I'll have to look into.

You should only get that message when you manage a masterful piece.

Edit: Just found and fixed this issue.
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Postby Noctere » Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:37 pm

If someone has a moment could they take a look at the blacksmithing hilt code and tell me if making a masterful hilt is borked? Or am I just having horrible luck?
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