In this post, we will share the latest news and stats on crafting in Cutieland.
The third week of the season is almost over, and we see Cutieneer reserves filling up with new crafting ingredients coupled with fresh season gear.
The market is still hungry for season’s goods, and the entire community is rushing to get the most from the event.
Last week a lot of Cutieneers ran out of things to grind into dust. It will impact the items market, but not the immediate quantities of this resource. We will likely see a spike in magic dust quantities, as Cutieneers will claim dust from recycling the last of expired ingredients and low-value gear. After that, the overall amount is likely to fall.
Meanwhile, the season’s crafting recipes still drive away resources from the enchantment activities. But the overall number of enchantments has recovered since the week before.
During the last week:
Cutieneers performed 3 826 recycling operations — ↓39%
30 049 087 bottles of magic dust were created during recycling — ↑ 7%
105 584 items were ground into magic dust — ↓32%
735 items got enchanted — ↑10%
389 items broke during an enchantment — ↓5%
401 items got repaired — ↓ 12%
The total recycling to loot ratio was 2% — ↓ 32%
An average Cutieneer:
Recycled 197 items — ↓ 30%
Enchanted 10 items — ↑ 20%
More and more recipes get explored every day. A lot of Cutieneers got their hands on their first season crafts. But the more challenging recipes remain out of reach for most players at the moment.
Last week, Cutieneers used 28 crafting recipes to create 1 372 (↓26%) season items.