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  • SpirantCrayon22
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    The vast amount of materials required to upgrade all gear is a bit tedious, to say the least. While I realise that items can be downgraded, perhaps a mechanism for trading materials at a blacksmith might be implemented.

    To explain, I have acquired all in-game gear except stuff from France, I haven't been there yet, but it's worth pointing that out as I assume even more gear is available there.

    The last items I acquired were the six weapons from Hildegard. I had enough material to upgrade all these to level seven. At that point I ran out of titanium (again). Okay, I can continually loop around Winchester but it's incredibly tedious. Same story with iron ore and leather.

    What I DO have though, is a vast amount of carbon, nickel and tungsten that is of absolutely no use whatsoever. I have 305 carbon, 232 nickel and 211 tungsten.

    My suggestion is to allow some kind of trading between these materials. Maybe Whatshisface can have a contact who is rich in iron ore/titanium but poor in carbon/nickel/tungsten and a trade can be arranged.

    PS. Tungsten was first isolated 900 years after Eivor and is a difficult material with which to work even now. Titanium was also only isolated as such at about the same time. Nickel was used thousands of years before Eivor's life but not as such, again, about 900 years after Eivor before it was known for what it is.

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