My spare time addiction. Yes it runs under windows. Be gone.
Complete cost and price lists for crafters, in PDF format.
These were generated using Parsec's Nifty Crafting Cube, version 2.7. I used the default settings: guild markup 0%, remake markup 30%, retail markup 30%, 98% quality retail 120%, 99% quality retail 300%, masterpiece retail 1400%. No alliance discount and no tailor profit included. Consult the documentation of the program if you do not know what these things mean.
I do all my printing (yes, even from Windows) on Linux, using Samba to provide the printer service, which in turn calls GNU GhostScript to create the PDF output. I chose a 2-page layout so you can see all the columns for an item at once.
Maybe I will describe the process in detail later on my site; it appeared in a couple of magazines already. It's really neat :)
There are way too many of them. If I had focused on only a few, I could have two level 50s by now. At least. The ugly colours in the headlines are there to give players a hint which realm I am playing on a particular server.
For some not too obvious reasons - even to me - I deleted all my Midgard chars on Prydwen.
Sometimes I play Midgard. This mostly happens when I decided that Hibernia sucks. Most of the time, I return to Hibernia after a short time though :)
The european PvP server. I am not playing there anymore - for a reason.
My not so extensive link list.
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