Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale

JPOM/JPOROPEZA 31. Juli 2013 um 18:23 Uhr
what is the "item name" +3, +2, +5 for???
what is the "item name" +3, +2, +5 for???
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SanguineTear 31. Juli 2013 um 19:12 Uhr 
The +1, +2, +3, and +4 give stat boosts when you create an item with fusion. The numbers are directly added to the item's highest stat. Multiple bonuses stack up so, if you find an ingredient with a +4, and fuse it with an ingredient with a +3 bonus to make an item, the resulting item will have a bonus of 7 points added to its highest stat. The bonus is capped at +15 though, so if you fuse 5 items together which all have a +4 bonus, the resulting item will have a +15 bonus rather than a +20 bonus to its highest stat.

So that being said, you should avoid throwing away any items which have a +4, unless it is something really common, or that you know for sure you will not need for fusion.
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JPOM/JPOROPEZA 31. Juli 2013 um 20:18 Uhr 
thx :D
Zourin 31. Juli 2013 um 20:34 Uhr 
Items with '+'s have stronger effects (heals more hp/sp, more damage, better protection, etc). When used as ingredients in Fusion, they add up the total +'s to determine the final value of the item created.

Thus level 5 fusions with high quality components will yield significantly more powerful equipment. The challenge is getting them into the hands of adventurers that would rather buy candy. Putting the equipment out on the tables is a quick way to see the wrong people buy it up.
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Ryuu-senpai 31. Juli 2013 um 20:54 Uhr 
More on this:
  • The +x (e.g. Void Crystal +2) of components are added together to create the + of the final item, up to a maximum of +15.
  • The +x of a piece of equipment is added directly to the highest stat of that item.
    • For example, a +5 sword will have 5 more ATK than a regular sword of the same type.
    • For another example: Despite both being equipment of the Necklace type, Rune Amulet adds its bonus to DEF, while Azure Necklace adds its bonus to MDEF. This is due to the items having different stats as their highest.
    • Rings do not add their +Bonus to any stat.
  • The +x of a piece of decoration is added directly to the highest Atmosphere value of that item.
    For example, a +5 Celebratory Wallpaper will have 5 more Gaudiness than a regular wallpaper of that item, as its natural Gaudiness value is greater than its Lightness.
  • The +x of Food adds +20% effectiveness per bonus point, based on the original item. A +15 bonus thus translates into 4 times the effect. So a Walnut Bread heals 10HP with no bonuses, 20HP at +5, and 40HP at +15.
  • Fusion will use the best components supplied first, even if the bonus is already over 15. For this reason, it is more efficient to use smaller recipes first, since this minimizes the waste.
  • In order to use lesser components for fusion first, one can stock the better components in vending machines or counters before visiting the Merchant's Guild.
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