October 24, 2008
Tales of Pirates: Manufacturing
IGG has prepared a series of cool
news exclusively for GameZone gamers – this is spotlight ＃4, with more coming
After all of our Pirates hard
exploration and in-game experiments, we are very proud to announce that
Tales of Pirates has
now ushered in the prosperous age of Industrial Development. From now on many
skills and systems such as Manufacturing, Crafting, Analyzing and Cooking will
be able to use the advantages given by this more modern era. It will make full
use of items and also enable recycling. Today TOP will share the secrets of one
of the handicrafts, Manufacture, with players to show how to take the best
advantage of it.
If players use the manufacturing handicraft the right way, then they will be
able to turn what seems like waste into some really useful items. Before
production players must prepare the necessary items, including the blueprints
for corresponding level, pet Fairy, tools and raw materials. Then they can start
to make any of the items that they may need for Forging, Cooking or Analyzing,
or any other useful supplementary PK items by themselves.
The necessities for Manufacture:
Fairy Manufacturing Skills: Can be learned from the Lifeskill Book of
Manufacturing Pet Fairies.
Blueprint: Except for the analyzing skill, all of the handicrafts need a
Blueprint which can be obtained through monster drops. It records the attributes
of the handicraft, relevant information and requirements. There are three types
in total; Manufacturing Blueprint, Crafting Blueprint and Cooking Blueprint.
Raw Materials: Can be used for each of the handicraft, including wood, stones,
food, vegetables, furs, goods, and local specialties. Each material has 10
different ranks, except for goods and local specialties.
Tool: The Black Hole Crystal is the very best tool for Manufacturing.
Go find the Substance Generator at
Shaitan City (877, 3645).
Click to open the manufacture page,
and then drag the Blueprint (in the first slot), pet Fairy, Raw Materials and
Black Hole Crystal into their corresponding positions.
Click Start, and then the progress
bar below will begin to move.
Click Finish when the progress bar
is complete, after this you will see the full effect of item manufactured.
For more details about the Lifeskills in Tales of Pirates, please visit the
official Web site.