i always thought that if i want to use crit chance items in crafting, i have to be master (master expert, master artisan etc)- but today, i saw that i got to be master jeweler (not grand master through), and can use crit items without been grand master.
so what the complete mastery of crafting levels help? in what a master artisan jeweler is better then an artisan jeweler?
For lower tiers, completing mastery of one tier allows you to start working on mastery of another tier. To use your Artisan example, a jeweller who has not completed Artisan mastery cannot start working on Master mastery, but one who has begun working on Artisan mastery must have completed the mastery of Expert, Journeyman, and Apprentice tiers.
Originally Posted by ParrotGuy
For tiers 6-8 (Supreme, Westfold, Eastemnet), there are some recipes that cannot be learned until the mastery of that tier is completed. Mostly these are guild recipes for the gold crafted relics (Symbol of Battle, etc). In order to learn these recipes at all, you'll need to complete mastery in the recipe's tier and all previous tiers.
You DON'T have to complete the Mastery of the Tier to be able to Crit Items
You just need to have access to the Mastery of the Tier
You do, however, have to Master the Tier to open up the next Mastery Tier
oh, so i guess i'll have to gain mastery on jeweler or weaponsmith crafts, but not scholar where i don't need crit too much.