Video Guide to Crafting Core Equipment in Game of War
This a video guide to crafting core gear, please watch the video above or below is a transcript if you have trouble understanding me!
Core Crafting Video Transcript:
Hello and welcome to inside game of War. This is Slaggy and this is a guide to crafting core equipment. A lot of people have requested help with crafting core equipment and I thought a video guide be the best way to show you that.
So let’s go into the forge and take a look. I’m going to into the craft core equipment screen and here we see a list of cores. The cores are split into different item slots. Across the top here we can see us they are split into weapons, helmets, armors, accessory, feet and something that doesn’t exist yet.
Now if I come across to the pieces tab we can see all of our pieces. On the pieces screen we have these tabs across here which do not correspond item slots. Instead they are different types of pieces: these are attacking pieces, these are defensive pieces, there are troop related pieces, and silver pieces, hero raises none of which yet. The basic anatomy of a core is one core and a number of pieces which are inserted into that core.
The number of pieces can be between three and six depending on the level of research you have completed. So to start with you choose a core. I’m going to the start with this level I fork sword core. And by clicking on it it adds it to the recipe.
If you want to see the stats for your core, just click on the core and it tells you the current boosts as well as the duration that the core will last. If you want to get an overview of all of your cores, you can click on this core stats button and it will show you information on all of the cores and all of their stats and you can add them directly to recipe from here.
So having added your core, you now come across to the pieces screen on this tab and we start to add pieces. As on the cores tab you can also click this pieces stats button and that will give you a more useful view of all the boosts that your pieces give you. So I’m just going to scroll down through the various pieces.
You cannot have two pieces same – all the pieces must be different. Then when you are finished you just click this pieces button and a then you click craft. It gives you a silver cost 39,293, it doesn’t tell you how long it will take by I know that it will take approximately eight hours to craft. And if you want to see the total final stats of your piece you just click on it and there you are, there are your piece stats and your boosted duration. A few things to note – to remove pieces from your recipe just click them and they are removed like that.
Also you can only add cores where you have done the corresponding research. This account has done the research up to level III so you can only add level III core but if I try to, for example, let me just remove this one – you can click this x here to remove everything and start all over again. I can add a level III core but I cannot add a level IV. I get this message saying more research is required. We will look at that in a moment but before we do it is worth noting that if add a level I core I can add any level of piece, even if I have not done the research for it. For example I can add this level 5 cloth button even though I have not researched above level III on the research screen.
One thing that is important is that this does not show all of your pieces. If I come to piece stats here it is not all of the pieces that I own. MZ limit the number of pieces seen at any one time so if I want to see my complete inventory of pieces I need to go to another screen.
This makes crafting your items slightly frustrating but I will show you how you do it. You come out of the screen and go into your core pieces screen. Here I just go across to pieces. You will see I have these pieces, these are the ones we’ve already seen, but as I scroll down you will see that some are blacked out. These are the pieces that I don’t currently have access to.
So if I want to use them in a crafting recipe I have to click on one and then select this swap button. I will have to use an item to swap the piece before going to choose another piece I want to swap. So I am swapping some of these out, a level 5 cloth button and there we go. So I can swap it for 400 gold or use a piece swap item.
Now the slightly frustrating thing about this is when you’re trying to craft an item you can’t see all the pieces you have access to unless you come into this screen. And to see all the stats you don’t have that useful piece stats view, you have to click on each one. You have to click on each piece to see what the stats are before clicking on the next one.
Now let’s quickly go across to the research screen to see the core research. So is core masteries are the key ones. These are the ones that let you craft higher levels of core equipment. This account as you can see has researched up to level III which allows it craft level III cores and lower.
And there we have it, cores can be very powerful especially at the higher levels. They are well worth crafting. One thing worth noting, if you put gems into a core item, they fallout after the item expires. This makes it well worth filling your cores with gems. There is no reason not to.
Inside Game of War is planning to have a full list of cores and pieces and all their boosts and it should be there imminently – hopefully by the time you watch this video it will already be there and if not any day soon and that is it. Hope you enjoyed the video and good luck.