Apparently you only need to do the first row and you still can level up tinkering?
Do the chances differ from actually completing the recipe?
And is the difference between trivial and say a green/blue big?
You don't need to craft the highest quality (i.e., Pristine) of a given item to gain skill. In fact, you can gain skill just crafting the lowest quality. It doesn't appear that the chances to gain skill are any higher if you go all the way to pristine. However, as you craft Tinkered items, a portion of one of the materials (specified in the Examine window as a "By-product") is returned to you upon completion; crafting to higher qualities yields a better return on these "by-products".
Also, it appears you can gain skill in Tinkering even when crafting items that are trivial (greyed out). It appears that there is no level limit to gaining skill. Your chances of gaining skill, however, will most likely be higher when crafting items closer to your level.
I dont really give a dam about those by what ever products lol, so even if i just complete the first line i can still lvl up my tinkering
i stick to green/blue or (if good TS-geared & skilled) white combines
theyre usually crafted a lot faster than yellow/orange combines
it *might* be that going yellow+ gets you a slightly higher chance at skillup, however, from my experience...just like grinding AA/XP, killing stuff with more xp granted isnt neccessarily most effective, its the killspeed vs. XP that matters
thats one point....the other point is, that there are differences WHEN you cancel the combine
where exactly was the the crafting tick (and buff+/counterstatus), when you cancel it
i cant exactly describe that, one just gets a certain feeling when to stop
of course its only my experience though, but i can easily make 75-100 points / h this way
same exactly on adorning
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