Murphy's law is an adage or epigram that is typically stated as: "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong"
And people are typically wrong. That simply isn't the statement, and is completely misleading as to the point of the statement. It is one of the underlying problems that the statement points out. --- You do not understand what it is to be human, to wish to have sex with the sky and cuddle with the stars
There has got to be some truth to this sensor. It took me forever to get a los plate because I REALLY wanted the armor. But today I get a deepdragon gem the first time I kill Cedeus, and I have not desire for anything thaty gem is used for.
ah I know about this, I believe very strongly in this desire monster, I call it 'Capcom Evil'
when you really reeealllyy want something, what do you do?
you look at the preview image for it over and over again, rotating it, checking the materials needed, how much you have left, reading the description, savouring it before you go for one more attempt to get that ruby or plate...
and then you dont get it...
its simple, all the game does is remember which items you most recently looked at the most in the crafting shop... then it takes away all the rewards needed for that item which you Would have gotten, and replaces them with other ones... which is why I get 2 earth dragongems when I need just one elderdragon blood!
The game puts special importance on items that are repeatedly viewed, and ones that only need 1 more piece to finish...
answer: Dont look at the items you want! try to remember what you need off by heart... or look at the materials you need, then reset the wii, then look at some items you don't need! It will increase your chances of getting what you want provided that same item isnt in the list for the ones you just viewed.