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    Community Member Gywiden's Avatar
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    If I add something from the Risia or Midwinter festival recipes to a crafted item, will disjuncting get rid of it or will it stay?

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    AFAIK you can only craft Risia/Midwinter onto Random Loot. No Named, No Crafted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOgre View Post
    AFAIK you can only craft Risia/Midwinter onto Random Loot. No Named, No Crafted.
    Oh, from what I'm reading on ddowiki.com you can. the Midwinter page specifically says you can, and the Risia page has a quote from a dev that implies you can.
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    Good catch on the midwinter stuff. I just went back and reread both pages. So yes to random and crafted for Midwinter stuff. But I'm not seeing what you're seeing on the Risia stuff. Again, last I knew Risia only worked on random. I'll go back and reread it all again

    edit: reread again and still not seeing crafted as being valid for Risia. Midwinter yes, risia no.

    As to your OP, I obviously have no idea, since i thought crafted was out period. easy to test. disjunt something, slap the cheapest recipe on it, disjunct again, see the result.
    Last edited by BOgre; 01-16-2014 at 10:35 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOgre View Post
    Good catch on the midwinter stuff. I just went back and reread both pages. So yes to random and crafted for Midwinter stuff. But I'm not seeing what you're seeing on the Risia stuff. Again, last I knew Risia only worked on random. I'll go back and reread it all again

    edit: reread again and still not seeing crafted as being valid for Risia. Midwinter yes, risia no.

    As to your OP, I obviously have no idea, since i thought crafted was out period. easy to test. disjunt something, slap the cheapest recipe on it, disjunct again, see the result.
    Good plan. I'll have to do that soon. Yeah, I think I am just misunderstanding the dev quote: "Quote:
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    Frost/Icy Burst won't change the level of an item that hasn't first been disjunctioned at a crafting station to be made Craftable for Cannith Crafting." That's the thing I'm talking about, which comes from this page: http://ddowiki.com/page/Risia_Ice_Games

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    I put a Fire Resistance 1 onto random loot armor, then disjuncted it. The Fire Resistance was gone.

    Then I put Glaciation 36 (i.e. 30, then 36) onto that disjuncted armor, took it to Crafting Hall, and put Fearsome shard on it. Glaciation stayed.

    So to answer OP's question -- apparently disjunction destroys Midwinter enchantments, but added crafting shards do not.
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    I had an old item with Risia Frost on it, it was treated like any other enhancement and has removed with I disjuncted.

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