The day started as usuall - chopping massive maple trees without mercy. Woodworking potions helps great. Already used 10 of them, only 90 remaining. With such speed, filled 3 silos (some 17.000 logs) very quickly. Then I saw there was only one public silo left, so abandoned chopping. Well, if there are public silos, I cannot take them all - I was very unhappy when saw one plot with public silos, and all silos were used.
Then it was time for some crafting. Managed to reach from lvl.44 to lvl.47 and later chopped only 1 tree to get it to lvl.48. The result was filling another silo with maple boards.
Well, time to switch to Fletcher and recycle tools. Once more, some 2.5 levels advancement.
Met with my Dragon and gave him Marble and Marble boulder golems fragments. My practice of taking any component/token if it can be rare, paid off. Later, I gave yet another 20 marble golem fragments...and left with only 13 in my inventory. It means, I cannot give any more of them: just because I may need them. Explained this to the Dragon, he understood.
Now this Dragon has the most dangerous enemies to hunt. Bloodskulk fishermen are bad, but he does neet Bloodskulk magicians. These evils cast cursing spells, removes beneficial spells from player, stun, and overall are deadly. Even most battle-hardened Dragon can fell a victim for these. And my Dragon needs...40 fragments. I told him he may need big and very strong group....and lots of time to get these trophies.
Once again our Player A. appeared. Once again crying for help: he just could not find a trainer. This time I lost my patience and explained he should read our wiki: there are coordinates for almost any NPC and he should be able to locate trainer and if it's hard, he just have to look at the map. Some minutes later, Player A. finally (after two days of searching) found that NPC...
One player came and politely asked for help explaining what for was I needed (as a healer only). Reason:one Dragon was doing quest and had to kill 20 elm treant saplings. This was sometimes risky, so they needed healer. well, I went there and healed anyone that got hurt. Soon 20 saplings were killed and I was free to go. That's where that person differs from Player A.
Then he started asking once again. "Guys, I need some of u help". No one respnded. I was busy with maples (finishing my lvl.48), others had their own business too. Player A. adressed me: " Nakties, I want to kill Giant sand beetles". I explained him beetles were not that hard and he shoduld be able to deal with them alone.
It is not good that I refused help to Player A. But as I explained him before leaving - no one will hunt every monster for him, no one will find any NPC for him. He needs at least some exploring.
Did some crafting for Guild too: transferred some maple boards for Guild, then applied some slate keystones and sandstone construction blocks to our silos. Had some more construction blocks - used them to help other plot.
Overall, the day was a success. If I had enough patience, I could have filled more silos with maple logs and advance further. Level 48 - it's almostr halfway from, say, lvl.73 , when I would finally be able to switch to more profitable Yew trees and the best tools.