Posted 07 February 2011 - 08:16 PM
Then depends on what trades you choose you may wish to study in them.
Or can specialize the studies for magics. The rest really is dependant on how you build your toon.
Posted 07 February 2011 - 11:35 PM
What things should I be studying as a new Magus as I have no idea?
Focus Regeneration studies are a good path to go down for any caster, then as Issy said, stat increasing studies and studies to strengthen whichever element you decide to focus on.
Posted 08 February 2011 - 03:37 PM
you can have a total of 3, unfortunately every character is forced to have Novice Crafting ... which is, well ... just like many other parts of the game
I feel that slant is more random than the design. Each character starts with Novice Crafting and is allowed to learn 2 more professions. Having a base profession that all characters share (which helps with other crafts, quest items, etc) isn't random in the slightest.
Posted 08 February 2011 - 08:32 PM
Aside of the Fruit Sauce or Juice, whichever of those is needed for a quest
and the Animal Cage, there's absolutely nothing in Novice Crafting that's
actually worth crafting ... or couldn't be added on any of the other professions.
All those Transmutation Recipies => Mining/Skinning/Herbalism
Cooking ... what for ? You can buy food from the vendor.
the lowbie Potions => Alchemy
the lowbie Cloth stuff => Tailoring.
What else is there left once you take out those from Novice Crafting ?
Fruit Sauce/Paste and those 3 Epic Trinkets and the Cloak which require a bazillion of other items to be crafted.
The trinkets tho could be crafted from any other profession, seeing that
Alchemy and Leatherworking can also produce Trinkets and the Cloak could
also be made by any other profession since they all have Cloaks too.
Edited by chukk, 08 February 2011 - 08:33 PM.
Posted 09 February 2011 - 03:52 PM
The focus studies are also quite usefull decreasing the downtime between fights and the regen during a fight. Noticed a big jump in after battle regen when I got around to actually taking the study.
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