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Throughout this entire process, each component and finished item has a [[quality|quality rating]], which ranges from 1 to 300. Quality rating is capped by the skills of the character harvesting a resource, processing a component, or crafting an item, which means that the highest quality final goods require highly skilled characters to have been involved with the whole production process.
 
Throughout this entire process, each component and finished item has a [[quality|quality rating]], which ranges from 1 to 300. Quality rating is capped by the skills of the character harvesting a resource, processing a component, or crafting an item, which means that the highest quality final goods require highly skilled characters to have been involved with the whole production process.
 
 
[[Category:PFO]]
 
 
[[Category: Hexes]]
 
 
  Lee Hammock wrote (http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2roqo?Gold-gold-just-fools-gold#44) :
 
 
Mountains Ranges and what they should have:
 
Splinter Peaks (Near Callambea and Freevale): Iron, Silver, Lodestone
 
Northern Thorncrags (Near Golgotha): Copper in the northern end, Gold at the southern end, Iron
 
Southern Thorncrags (Phaeros and Brighthaven): Iron, Gold, Londestone
 
Southern Echo Peaks (Forgehelm): Iron, SIlver, Lodestone
 

Latest revision as of 18:55, 13 November 2014


TODO

  1. Resources
  2. Auction House
  3. Trading
  4. please add more


Almost all gear in Pathfinder Online is player-crafted. Players acquire resource components through gathering, harvesting, looting, or salvaging. Most raw components must first be refined before working on finished goods. Various crafters then turn the refined components into usable equipment, optionally enchanting it during creation.

Throughout this entire process, each component and finished item has a quality rating, which ranges from 1 to 300. Quality rating is capped by the skills of the character harvesting a resource, processing a component, or crafting an item, which means that the highest quality final goods require highly skilled characters to have been involved with the whole production process.