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Best Blueprints for noobs?

Discussion in 'Skills' started by Kaustic, Dec 29, 2012.

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  1. Kaustic

    Kaustic New Member

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    I've been around the block as far as EU, and have begun on Arkadia.
    I'm a hopeful crafter, but don't have much prior experience on the profession.
    Basically, I'm trying to figure out the ideal blueprints to skill on.

    I've come across a few that I favor, but I'd like some input from the more experienced.
    I've found comfort/success in the following:

    - Basic Filters(obviously)
    - Basic Processors
    - Long Screws

    I'm just curious as to other blueprints I might find skilling success in. Much obliged.
     
  2. KikkiJikki

    KikkiJikki Well-Known Member Pro Users

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    I think you will have problems selling low level crafted components on Arkadia so be prepared to TT what you make. I started crafting using ingredients I had looted that I thought I would not be able to easily sell. eg basic hides -> generic leather texture. I also made clothes, added texture and paints to them and then TT'd the result. Similarly I made oiled woods and screws, turned those into furniture that I textured, painted and TT'd (some I was able to sell for MU).

    From what I have read, one of the most cost effective ways to skill up in crafting is to repair on a mothership or privateer until you unlock blueprint comprehension.
     
  3. Kaustic

    Kaustic New Member

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    Thanks much! And yes, I knew I'd be TTing alot of it.. xP but, that's the cost of skilling. You' ve been quite helpful :)
     
  4. Rocco Cosax Sonnax

    Rocco Cosax Sonnax Member

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    It's maybe an idea to start skilling VSE via repairing vehicles or mothership. Here you go for skills like Vehicle structural engineer, vehicle repair, mechanics, electronics, engineering. As well you get skillgains in intelligence and serendipity.
    At level 10 of a engineer prof you get additional new skill blueprint comprehension.
    Blueprint comprehension is after unlock also skilled by repairing stuff.

    Further on, you can go along with a vehicle BP and craft those, as you maybe lucky and get a (L) vehicle blueprint to sell.
    I did some good on my rubber lists BP on QR 68 in meanwehile :D (rubber lists not really sellable unless TT)
    One click is like TT 43 pec i think using aliences, lysterium and zinc.

    On the other hand there are small clickbps like 7-16 pecs on small components where MU goes here and there between 115% and 130% like basic sensors/processors (electro comps) when i recall right.

    Greetings
    RCS
     
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    SirMixaLot Member

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    yes thats the simplest and most cost effective way to skill up untill blueprint comprehension is opened
     
  6. Mathias | Arkadia

    Mathias | Arkadia The Chief Whip Staff Member PAF Administrator Planet Arkadia Official

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    closed based on Forum Rule 3.e

    if you want to raise the subject again, please start a new thread
     
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