It was a maintainence day on Istaria, so the rest of the day was spent on crafting: running to mithril motherloads, fulling all inventory with mithril ore, making bars, then - after storing some 4000 bars in one silo - making weapons, deconstructing them. Gained some 2,5 Blacksmith school level in this way and stopped only because motherloads disappeared.
Was able to help the Dragon with further resources. This time it was cobalt bars, a rather easy task. Only 1500 were needed and it was less than my inventory can handle. Soon I was able to leave these bars in one silo. Now, one difficult task remains: Obsidian bricks, same 1500. The problem is, Obisidian is very far from any silo or vault, so crafting and transporting would not be easy one. Same problem with gold.
While I was crafting cobalt, I was approached by another Dragon asking my help with Platinium golem. Promised to help him after I finish cobalt...but he found support sooner.
And then, happy hunting with Player S. She asked my help to hunt down some 47 Flame pygmies. They are little, but nasty and may cause harm even to multi-classed players. But once again, we were two in the group, sometimes fighting against 5-6 enemies at one time. Health was running low, spells cooling down seemingly too slowly, but we made it. Yes, we were hurt, our health sometimes being at some 30%...but no one died. It is too hard to resist Dragon from one side and healing biped from the other. Numbers of enemies left to slain were decreasing fast: 43, 37, 21, 16, 8...zero. Player S. grows, she gain more self-confidence and this is good, I am happy she is ok.
Then I returned to crafting, but found no motherloads. Chose to fight some mithril golems instead, then went to Aughundell to exchange trophies to xp. Result: lvl.74 Blacksmith, lvl.98 Cleric. I am too close to Cleric lvl.100 and on my way to Blacksmith lvl.100.
The day was a good one. I was needed by others and I was able to help them. I managed to grow myself and I realised I was thinking about power-levelling metal based schools once again. The future may be brighter than I thought before.