Does it matter what choices you make when training the artisan? Because I noticed that when I chose one option others disappear. Are they lost?

  • OK. So there's some options for upgrading the blacksmith. Does it matter which one you choose?
    – H3R3T1K
    Sep 14, 2013 at 13:52
  • is this PC or console?
    – l I
    Sep 14, 2013 at 13:53
  • It's the PS3-Version
    – H3R3T1K
    Sep 14, 2013 at 18:05

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They aren't lost. The purpose of being able to select each item is so that you can open the "Details" panel for them. When you finally train, the artisan learns all of the recipes that were present in the list.

This is most clearly observed when training the jewel crafter. He'll show you the four jewel types that he's about to learn and you can browse the list looking at the details for each jewel type. When you finally train him, it's very easy to see (in the gem combining window) that he just learnt all of the recipes that were in the training window.

  • You're right. With the jeweller it was clear, with the blacksmith not so much. Thank you!
    – H3R3T1K
    Sep 16, 2013 at 18:22
  • I am still unclear on this. Maybe its because I am using xbox original version, but when I train my blacksmith for different stuff for him to train to create (and since i cant tell much by the name sometimes, I do so blindly/randomly, I see no details option) He only knows those recipes, and no others, the other recipes I didn't choose are not there.
    – Truepurple
    Sep 13, 2015 at 3:48

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