Invention Program: Recipes
Use the Library Computer to research Recipes
My class is about Recipes. I talk fast and brief, listen and learn. Like your Enhancement and Salvage inventory, you now have a Recipe Inventory, which you can find by clicking on your Recipes tab next to the Salvage tab. Recipes have different Rarities as shown by the color of their name. Common are White, Uncommon are Yellow, and Rare are Orange. Recipes are dropped at random by defeating mobs or as mission rewards and can only be used once. You can buy Common Recipes off the Workbenches if you don't want to wait for the drop. You'll need Influence, though, and a spot in your Recipe inventory. You can carry the Common Recipe around with you or make it right away, if you have the fee and Salvage needed.
As you build, once you meet the requirements, you can acquire Badges that allow you to 'memorize' any Common recipe, depending on how many builds the Badge requires. Once a Common Recipe is memorized, it will appear under the Memorized tab in your Recipe Inventory. There are five badge tiers, broken down by Recipe Level and Type.
Each Recipe tells you what it requires to 'build' it such as Salvage Components as well as Influence for the Workbench fee. Your Recipe Invention size starts out at a certain size, but gorws larger as you increase in Security Level.
If you're making an Enhancement, you can 'mouse over' the Enhancement Icon and you'll see a tooltip that gives you more information about that Enhancement. Tooltips can be enabled or disabled, so if you have it disabled you may want to go into your Options and enable them again. Now for other types of Items, additional text is displayed to show you exactly what the Recipe will build.
So here is your assignment: go over to that Research Terminal on the Circulation Desk counter and do some research on Recipes. Print off some of your search results. Come back to me when you're done. I'll be able to see it in your eyes whether or not you researched Recipes or tried to find DJ Zero's home address instead.
When you are done, come back here.
This work is not bad. It looks like you are ready to move on to the next class.