Blacksmithing Master Components

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4 years ago#1
I was just wondering if there are vendors you can buy master components from (or the highest tier of components you can buy). This is do to my own laziness and impatience with salvaging my junk. Just wondering thanks in advance.
4 years ago#2

I think there is a Tier above master, It's called Flawless, only ever found two flawless components so... One of them gives 25% poison resistance, the other a ton of poison damage.

as for your question, i've only seen greater components for sale, and only up to azurite quality so far. But i've yet to visit the big city in the desert.

4 years ago#3
Flawless components are easy to get, for the most part.

Make a Mastercrafted item with a pristine gem (use the basic second component, skip third and fourth components), salvage it, and you'll have a chance of getting a Flawless component with the gem's effect. If you're looking for a specific component, make an item that uses it as the secondary component since that is the most commonly salvaged.

So far I've used this method to make...

7% crit chance rivets
15%/25 life steal hilt
25 piercing hilt
4 years ago#4

Covenant posted...
Flawless components are easy to get, for the most part.

Make a Mastercrafted item with a pristine gem (use the basic second component, skip third and fourth components), salvage it, and you'll have a chance of getting a Flawless component with the gem's effect. If you're looking for a specific component, make an item that uses it as the secondary component since that is the most commonly salvaged.

So far I've used this method to make...

7% crit chance rivets
15%/25 life steal hilt
25 piercing hilt


Thats very useful info! i'll use that when i'm gonna make my god tier items : p

4 years ago#5
That is useful thanks. But it is also time consuming and I'm just wondering if I can buy the best components instead of salvaging for them.
4 years ago#6
That is useful thanks. But it is also time consuming and I'm just wondering if I can buy the best components instead of salvaging for them.

Make gem, make item with gem, save, salvage, reload if you don't get what you want.

It doesn't take long.

You know what does take long? Transferring properties from one component to another. If I were to take my 7% crit rivets and make a dagger out of them, I could get a 7% binding out of it by salvaging. Very rarely.
4 years ago#7
Dude I never find good bindings. The last couple of components seem rare to salvage and that saddens me.
4 years ago#8
Dude I never find good bindings. The last couple of components seem rare to salvage and that saddens me.

Animals (antelopes, crabs, etc) can drop 5% crit bindings which are about as good as anything else you'll find.
4 years ago#9
You can also buy +14% damage bindings. I found them in the House of Valor armor shop.
4 years ago#10
Covenant posted...
Flawless components are easy to get, for the most part.

Make a Mastercrafted item with a pristine gem (use the basic second component, skip third and fourth components), salvage it, and you'll have a chance of getting a Flawless component with the gem's effect. If you're looking for a specific component, make an item that uses it as the secondary component since that is the most commonly salvaged.

So far I've used this method to make...

7% crit chance rivets
15%/25 life steal hilt
25 piercing hilt


Tried it for 50 times. I wanna get flawless flamed hilt but all i can get is master. But yes the gem really becomes a hilt after salvaging.
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