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Talk:Holy Water of Lymilark

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There's a mistake in the in-game description of Holy Water. At the end of the description, it says: "There is no time limit to the blessing, but the item may disappear when you become disabled". This confused me into thinking that the blessed item may disappear when it's actually talking about the blessing. Slayorg 05:11, 23 August 2009 (UTC)

Doesn't holy water only add 1% to repair %? --Js16 00:03, 12 June 2009 (UTC)

The Repairing page states "Although the actual success % increase is unknown, it is generally agreed that it increases the success rate significantly enough to make it worthwhile." --ZRoc 11:26, 1 July 2009 (UTC)

Shop Price

I am removing the statement "The shop price for Holy Water has increased significantly over a period of time. It went from a 5k-8k range to a 10k-13k price range." The price of holy water can vary greatly at any one time which makes this statement fairly useless, unless someone constantly monitors the price of holy water and adjusts the statement accordingly. Also, it should have stated it was referring to personal shops, just using "shop" may confuse new players into thinking this was referring to NPC shops. --ZRoc 11:26, 1 July 2009 (UTC)

Most efficient

"Tip: Once you reach the adv part-time job level, Comgan from Bangor offers the most efficient Church part-time job."

All or most of the jobs give the same amount of holy water at the various levels. I don't see how Comgan's is more efficient than Krystell's. It may be faster, but that depends on how easy bangor dungeon is for your character, and how quickly you find an imp in said dungeon. Monkeyfetus 20:03, 23 February 2010 (UTC)

Agreed. --Angevon (Talk) 02:54, 24 February 2010 (UTC)

Blessed Items Dropping

See Talk:Lost_And_Found. Blessed items can drop, a few people have mentioned this elsewhere too. --- Angevon (Talk) 23:18, 1 September 2010 (UTC)

Thats really wierd, I've never seen it happen. Tellos 23:34, 1 September 2010 (UTC)
It might be just the enchant "Blessing" misspelled as "Blessed" in-game. I got several of "Blessed" headbands from mimics but they are enchants. ~kotarou3 TALKCONTRIBS 00:19, 2 September 2010 (UTC)
If a blessed item drops its name will appear as "Blessed 'Item_Name'" when alt is pressed. Maybe they got it deblessed and forgot or a fountain ate the blessing? Tellos 00:23, 2 September 2010 (UTC)

nono...i disticntly remember it like this...the item dropped, but when i was revived and picked it up, it was still blessed.Wolven 01:00, 2 September 2010 (UTC)

That can happen with both blessed and "blessed" enchanted items. Blessed items has a chance of losing its blessing upon death. Enchanted items will not lose its enchant on death no matter what ~kotarou3 TALKCONTRIBS 02:32, 2 September 2010 (UTC)

...Yeah it was blessed with holy water when it dropped and when i was revived, i saw that it was still blessedWolven 21:43, 2 September 2010 (UTC)

chance of blessing loss based on item?

it seems to me that there are certain items or item types that seem to almost always lose their blessing for me, has anyone else seen anything similar? ie. for me robes in general lose blessing more often; almost every death, my starry wizard hat, leather shoes, and jabu-shinsenon's robe lose blessing after death --—Preceding unsigned comment added by Shadofrak (talkcontribs) . Please always sign your comments with the Signature.png button or by typing ~~~~!

Seems random for my equipments. :\ --κєνıи тαıĸ«) 03:36, 15 March 2011 (UTC)

Contents

Thread titleRepliesLast modified
"Unblessable" items.014:05, 28 August 2015
Saga419:14, 4 October 2013
Repair Rate Modification613:29, 16 June 2013

"Unblessable" items.

A thread, Thread:Talk:Holy Water of Lymilark/"Unblessable" items., was moved from here to Talk:Blessing. This move was made by Sisterly (talk | contribs) on 28 August 2015 at 21:05.

Is it me or do you not lose blessings when you get KOed in Saga's SMs?

Infodude575 (talk)13:50, 4 October 2013

Just tested it, you just got lucky it would seem. I lost blessings on several pieces of gear after being slapped around by demonic poets

Rapthorne (talk)14:36, 4 October 2013
 

One thing I noticed, unlike in SMs or TMs (inclusing solo SMs like Their Method), you can create a party mid-saga misison. Which is good for skill training if you want to toggle finish method. Not sure where that should go.

Pyro - (Talk)17:53, 4 October 2013
 

That doesn't have anything to do with blessing though...

Put it on trivia in The Saga: Iria page and somewhere in Shadow Mission page?

Infodude575 (talk)19:01, 4 October 2013
 

It has nothing to do with blessings but is at equal status to them, in terms of different mission types.

Pyro - (Talk)19:14, 4 October 2013
 

Repair Rate Modification

How does it modify Repair rate? Or do we still not know that after all these years?

Infodude57518:16, 6 October 2011

The fail rate is halved, according to Korean GMs.

Thread here, though the link to the KR announcement is dead. http://www.mabinogiworld.com/showthread.php?15935-Repair-rates-with-blessings

Angevon (Talk)18:23, 6 October 2011
 

kr mabi is going thru 3 days maintenance rite now (they are fighting against gold spammer/bots at last. yay!)so it will be back

Fallenonesigniture.PNG20:32, 6 October 2011
 

Assuming it really is halved (where 98%>99%, 99%>99.5%), then this list on the page is incorrect.

 
 
  • When repairing, blessed items' repairs fail less.
    • 90% -> 96.0%
    • 91% -> ?%
    • 92% -> ?%
    • 93% -> ?%
    • 95% -> 98.0%
    • 96% -> 98.4%
    • 97% -> 98.8%
    • 98% -> 99.1%
    • 99% -> ?%


 


 

Where did these values come from? Assuming all of the known values are correct except 98%, the slope of the graph would be 2/5 if it's linear, meaning 98% would be 99.2%. (We also need to consider there is an 80% repair.)

Pyro - (Talk)22:04, 15 June 2013
 

They were pulled from the link, though 98% was averaged out since it said 99.0 and 99.2.

Infodude575 (talk)10:08, 16 June 2013
 

I mean, how did the JP wiki figure out it was 60%?

But if it is true, and 98 is 99.2 and not 99 or 99.1, then

  • 80>92
  • 91>96.4
  • 92>96.8
  • 93>97.2
  • 94>97.6
  • 99>99.6
Pyro - (Talk)13:22, 16 June 2013