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#1 Mar 10 2009 at 2:02 PM Rating: Good
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I was talking to my friend yesterday about guild items, and i said it is possible to get 100+7. He told me that enhancements cap at +6 and that the mog items DO NOT stack. Now i dont have either and i'm not sure myself, so could someone confirm whether or not it is useful to get both mog items? thanks
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I don't have any of the items but I remember hearing that one of them boosts your skill (the original 100k item) and the other reduces the chance that you lose ingredients on a break (sign). Since both are moghancement effects they won't stack with each other; only one can be in effect at a time.
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#3 Mar 10 2009 at 10:50 PM Rating: Decent
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zzcrew wrote:
I was talking to my friend yesterday about guild items, and i said it is possible to get 100+7. He told me that enhancements cap at +6 and that the mog items DO NOT stack. Now i dont have either and i'm not sure myself, so could someone confirm whether or not it is useful to get both mog items? thanks


First of all, your friend is wrong. The only craft that can get 107 is cooking. That is only IF you are 57 NIN and have the katana. Your natural skill can only got to 100, and for every other craft there are 3 items you can purchase with GP that push you to 103. Adv synth support to 106. For most crafts the last GP item, the super expensive one, does nothing more than allows you the saving grace of not losing as many materials if you break a synth. Unless you don't own the the cheaper GP item.

This link says it is actually the moghancement that gives the last +1, not the item itself.

So, technically you could get both but you only get the initial bonus to skill from whichever piece you purchased first. Then you get the additional bonus of not losing mats on break with the 2nd piece, if you purchased the more expensive piece second.

Besides, if the cap was 107, for cloth at least, this would not be 8m.
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#4 Mar 11 2009 at 1:45 PM Rating: Decent
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that cleared things up perfectly, thanks
kinda kills my goal though, for a second i thought i could t1 the main thing i'm doing smithing for lol
#5 Mar 15 2009 at 11:50 AM Rating: Good
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Shaowstrike wrote:

one of them boosts your skill (the original 100k item) and the other reduces the chance that you lose ingredients on a break (sign). Since both are moghancement effects they won't stack with each other; only one can be in effect at a time.


Actually, once you obtain the moglification key item, you not only get the reduction in materials lost but also maintain the increase in alchemy skill from the 100k gp item.

Edited for clarity: The two furnishings work in conjunction with one another. The 100k item by itself will give you the increase in skill. When you add in the signboard, the moghancement changes to moglification and you get the benefit of both the increase in skill as well as the reduction in materials lost.

Edited, Mar 15th 2009 3:55pm by PangArt
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