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|Event Coordinator Baublie Diggs may be found in the newbie area at +600, +135.
You say, 'Hail, Event Coordinator Baublie Diggs'
Event Coordinator Baublie Diggs says 'Are you interested in taking a [test] of your Tradeskill Ability?'
You say, 'What test?'
Event Coordinator Baublie Diggs says 'I can give you a test of your tradeskill abilities in any of eleven different tradeskills. I can test you on [alchemy], [baking], [brewing], [fletching], [jewelry] making, [poison] making, [pottery], [smithing], spell [research], [tailoring], or [tinkering].'
You say, 'Baking.'
She will assign you a task dependent on your skill. The levels appear to be Beginner (50-99), Apprentice (100-149), Freshman (150-199), Journeyman (200-249), Expert (250-299), Master (300).
You have been assigned the task 'Journeyman Baker Test'.
Event Coordinator Baublie Diggs says 'Ok take this list, make the recipes on it, and give them to the Judge for Approval. Be sure to read all of the rules.'
Create 1 Pickled Bixie using tradeskills
Create 1 Hearty Meat Sauce using tradeskills
Create 1 Sea Green Cookies using tradeskills
Create 1 Grilled Crab Appetizers using tradeskills
Create 1 Wolf Fillet in Cream using tradeskills
Create 1 Pasta with Cheese using tradeskills
Create 1 Beer-Battered Hynid Jerky using tradeskills
Create 1 Grilled Cragbeast Pie using tradeskills
Create 1 Grilled Treant Vegetable Pie using tradeskills
Create 1 Pixie Powder Cinnesticks using tradeskills
Deliver 1 Pickled Bixie to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Hearty Meat Sauce to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Sea Green Cookies to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Grilled Crab Appetizers to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Wolf Fillet in Cream to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Pasta with Cheese to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Beer-Battered Hynid Jerky to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Grilled Cragbeast Pie to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Grilled Treant Vegetable Pie to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Deliver 1 Pixie Powder Cinnesticks to Judge Marion Teld`Mare
Make all of the items on this list.
You may make them in any order you wish.
You may have friends help you with any part but the last step which creates the actual part on the list. This you must do yourself.
You may make the items in any order and turn them in to the Judge in any order that you wish.
The Judge will keep all items that she is given to defray the costs of the contest.
The Judge's decision is final.
If you already have an old Trophy that you have made, show it to the Coordinator and she will mark it as already completed. You will still have to submit the old trophy to the judge.
Upon handing the last one into Judge Marion Teld`Mare you get:
Congratulations. You have passed the test. Please give this scorecard to the coordinator. Be sure to have two places available in your inventory because she will give you either one or two items as your prize.
You have been given: Journeyman Baker Scorecard
Give the scorecard to Baublie.
Event Coordinator Baublie Diggs says 'Congratulations! That was great work. This trophy is brand new and has yet to evolve. First take your trophy in either your left or right hand then take the certificate that I am also giving you and put it in the appropriate tradeskill container and your trophy will evolve to the proper level for the test you have taken.'
You receive the Beginner Baker Trophy and a Journeyman Baker Certificate. Equip the trophy in your PRIMARY slot, then combine the certificate by itself in a spit or oven and your trophy will evolve to a Journeyman Baker Trophy.
The trophies are evolving items that also evolve as you craft recipes within a certain non-trivial range (reportedly 100) above your current skill level. Once you pass into the next skill level bracket, the trophy should evolve soon afterward. The trophies can also summon weight-reducing bags like the older trophies. When you take these bags to Jolum in the Bazaar, you get an Essence, and can combine the Essence in a spit or oven to get a permanent weight-reducing bag specific to baking.
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