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Which weapons to fragment
So for these new crafting materials is there a way to categorize the large number of fragmentable items that all produce the same thing? For example there are no less than 7 cylinders that fragment into sealed strength powder, at least 4 that fragment into sealed strength fragment, and at least 2 that fragment into sealed strength crystal. Is there a way to show this easily or do we leave it as ambiguous as the game?
I updated the page to match how other (non-cylinder fragmentation, like hitting objects for large nails) pages show multiple obtain methods. For the items themselves, this is the way the wiki'd show it.
I might've missed one, since you said no less than 7 but my list comes up with 6 (is it the cookie cylinder?). Just place the one you know of in a sensible order with the others.
The real difficulty is going to be updating https://wiki.mabinogiworld.com/view/Fragmentation_List to show all the different methods, and especially the different success rates (if they exist). That would require a new category, named "Cylinders" that accounts each fragmentable cylinder (and the same mess for the other new fragmentable items).
Afterthought: Although, that would be made a lot simpler if the item pages already said which cylinders fragment into the items.
Ok I went and edited all of the sealed strength items to have the proper obtain methods, and I made a new character to confirm there are different success rates for fragmenting these starting with 10% at rF
Thanks for getting all of that somewhat sorted!
Question: the page https://wiki.mabinogiworld.com/view/Patches#Generation_23:_Tempest implies that a "Sealed Strength Powder: Figure" is fragmentable, although the Fallen Pierrot Figure uses a "Sealed Strength Crystal: Figure." I'm under the impression that no such Powder exists, and that a typo occurred. Do you think so? I don't have many puppet figures to test out myself.