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Lv.49 SAM
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Hidden Effect?
# Oct 20 2005 at 8:28 PM Rating: Decent
anyone know if these actually do anything. ya know how like the other lvl 50 JSE do useful things (austere's for example) do these have any hidden effect?
RE: Hidden Effect?
# Jun 13 2006 at 12:28 PM Rating: Decent
if you equip all the set, hit ratio is increase consideratly
RE: Hidden Effect?
# Sep 22 2007 at 10:51 PM Rating: Decent
since when? o.o
Hidden Effect?
# Oct 20 2005 at 8:28 PM Rating: Decent
post x2 >.<

Edited, Thu Oct 20 21:37:39 2005
cloth subcraft
# Apr 13 2005 at 9:04 AM Rating: Excellent
1,226 posts
Is this true that the subcloth caps UP? Silk cloth caps at 53, yet the guild caps up doesn't seem to make sense.
recipe correction
# Feb 18 2005 at 11:06 AM Rating: Good
78 posts
The recipe as it is now is incorrect. It calls for Silk Threadx2, when actually it's Silk Threadx1 and Silk Clothx1. Also, these can be successfully crafted with a sub Cloth level of 60.

It's a funny story how my husband found this out. We're getting married in game and since he's a lvl 49 SAM he wanted to get something cool to wear for the ceremony. He found this set, but could not find the boots on sale ANYWHERE (Sylph Server)... He was so obsessed with completing the set (hey, it even matches with the Ochuido's Kotes!) that he collected all the items from the current list, found someone who would help him (Smith89/Cloth60), but it kept coming up with an error message.

Hm... fortunately he found another recipe for the boots on another site (don't remember where)and had his friend try it- and it worked! So! If you really want these boots to complete the set (yeah this set is completely for looks- but hey, it's LOOKS awesome!) and you can't find it on the AH, the recipe is:

Fire Crystal x1
Iron Sheet X2
Sheep Leather X1
Silk Thread x1
Silk Cloth x1

Iron Board = Iron Sheet
# May 13 2004 at 4:23 PM Rating: Excellent
19 posts
This recipe requires an Iron Sheet, not an Iron Board. Iron Board is more than likely from a mistranslation in the recipe.
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