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Morbuss
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When will we be able to smith multiple items in sequence? I get that upgrading should be one at a time, but making base gear, especially at low tiers needs to be more streamlined. Being able to smith multiple bars at once into progress bars, before proceeding to smith them into intended items needs to be possible for at the very least up to rune tier items.

This is especially true for smithing items for the intention of Disassembly. Smithing pre Rework allowed for fast item creation, making it become a very good way of getting components, but now it is far slower and needs updating.

At the very least, the ranged items need to be smithable in larger batches than currently available.
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14-Sep-2019 01:25:00

TinyThi3f

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Wasn’t one part of the rework to make it more “realistic”? Having multiple lumps of molten metal would go against that.

Besides it’s still pretty fast working a single piece.

That said though I’m not 100% against this, maybe a high level invention item could allow players to do what your requesting?

14-Sep-2019 10:21:50

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You automatically continue smithing if you finish one item and you have other unfinished items in your inventory. You can make 28 items in one go this way, only upgrading items you're still working on can't be done. The Winner of September 2019's MUPAQ™ Award is
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14-Sep-2019 10:31:35

Morbuss
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Kings Abbot said:
You automatically continue smithing if you finish one item and you have other unfinished items in your inventory. You can make 28 items in one go this way, only upgrading items you're still working on can't be done.


You are correct in that you can continue processing unfinished items without additional input, but you need to make them one by one, running to deposit the item in the bank to do so.

Adding a Make-X function to base items, not upgrades, it would allow players to make as many items as they want, then smithing one item after another without additional input. Obviously the higher the tier, the lower the heat is going to get each time, so there is the risk of losing xp/h by AFKing the items, or you can be efficient using the forge.
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15-Sep-2019 00:33:09

Kings Abbot

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Morbuss said:
Kings Abbot said:
You automatically continue smithing if you finish one item and you have other unfinished items in your inventory. You can make 28 items in one go this way, only upgrading items you're still working on can't be done.


You are correct in that you can continue processing unfinished items without additional input, but you need to make them one by one, running to deposit the item in the bank to do so.


You really don't need to run to the bank to be able to start a new project. You can have several unfinished projects in your inventory and still start more as long as your inventory isn't full. Click-right on the thing next to the anvil. Left-clicking just heats the item you're working on if you have some.
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16-Sep-2019 20:38:31

Morbuss
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Kings Abbot said:
Morbuss said:
Kings Abbot said:
You automatically continue smithing if you finish one item and you have other unfinished items in your inventory. You can make 28 items in one go this way, only upgrading items you're still working on can't be done.


You are correct in that you can continue processing unfinished items without additional input, but you need to make them one by one, running to deposit the item in the bank to do so.


You really don't need to run to the bank to be able to start a new project. You can have several unfinished projects in your inventory and still start more as long as your inventory isn't full. Click-right on the thing next to the anvil. Left-clicking just heats the item you're working on if you have some.


I didn't know that they had allowed you to start projects while you have an unfinished already in your invent. That said, it is a clunky way of doing it, and having a Make X on basic items would be far easier and efficient.
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17-Sep-2019 17:29:16

Kings Abbot

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Morbuss said:
Kings Abbot said:
Morbuss said:
Kings Abbot said:
You automatically continue smithing if you finish one item and you have other unfinished items in your inventory. You can make 28 items in one go this way, only upgrading items you're still working on can't be done.


You are correct in that you can continue processing unfinished items without additional input, but you need to make them one by one, running to deposit the item in the bank to do so.


You really don't need to run to the bank to be able to start a new project. You can have several unfinished projects in your inventory and still start more as long as your inventory isn't full. Click-right on the thing next to the anvil. Left-clicking just heats the item you're working on if you have some.


I didn't know that they had allowed you to start projects while you have an unfinished already in your invent. That said, it is a clunky way of doing it, and having a Make X on basic items would be far easier and efficient.


It is clunky indeed, I have to admit that. A make-X option would be nice.
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17-Sep-2019 20:50:44

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