Crafting gives you full customization over what you craft in looks, and you can name the item what you wish. It is also useful to craft because stats are usually higher.
What this guide will show you is how to make your items attractive.
First of all, what you want to do is think of what you want, let's make a sword, shall we?
Let's not worry about stats at the moment, let's worry about the customizability. Now, you got the item type in your head? Good. Now take a look at this picture, download it, and pick the item icon that you want it to look like (WARNING!~ THE PICTURE IS HUGE):
- EDIT: CONTACT ME FOR IT, IT IS TOO BIG TO UPLOAD TO THE INTERNET
Now, when you download it, put the picture in an image editor and find the icon you wanted. Now, open a new window or tab of the image editor that you used, and make a 25x25 file with NO background, and cut out the icon into that new file, and save it. Now you have yourself a picture.
Next, think of a name. Let's call our sword "Dawnbreaker". That's a cool name, huh? Now, when you craft the sword, the blatant info would look like this:
Dawnbreaker (+59 Strength; +30 Speed (+8 Strength) )
But when you add the picture, it would look like this:
Now, let's move to skills!Dawnbreaker (+59 Strength; +30 Speed (+8 Strength) )
Let's take an example skill:
Inner Energy: Character charges energy to increase it's intelligence by three.
See, it's SOOO blatant and boring, but let's apply the customization explained above.
You can get the border withInner Energy: Character charges energy to increase it's intelligence by three.
Last edited by Andrew on Tue Aug 20 2013, 10:54; edited 1 time in total