Chefs provide Food
and drinks for a wide variety of occasions. Food
provide buffs to various Attributes
and will fill part of the respective Food
meters, which slowly digest (decay) to allow more food and Drink
to be consumed.
The Grind - Getting to MasterRequired (Chef Profession only):
914,200 Food Crafting
135k Credits (for training)
The following guide provides a relatively straightforward way to get from notice to master.
The resources do not need to be of high quality. Find or harvest the cheapest you can.
macro is recommended to speed up the process.
With a decent Crafting
macro and all of the materials already gathered you can achieve master chef from novice in under an hour.
The following XP amounts and requirements assume:
- You do NOT have an experience buff from an Entertainer
- You craft using practice mode for the experience bonus.
|Stage||XP Needed||Recipe||XP Each||Total Quantity||Required Resources||Notes|
|Artisan --> Novice Chef||29,700 General Crafting||General C rafting Tool||546||55||1100 Metal (12 M / 4 M / 4M each)||* See Below|
|Desserts I --> Desserts III||134,400 Food Crafting||Soypro||1092||124|
1240 Cereal, 1240 Vegetables (10 C / 10 V each)
|Desserts IV-> Master Chef||779,800 Food Crafting||Kiwik Clusjo Swirl||3549||220||8800 Berries, 4400 Fruits, 4400 Water (40 B / 20 F / 20 W each)||Berries are not "Fruits". Be sure you get "Fruits" and not "Fruit"(singular).|
Tree Mastery. My suggestion for the General Crafting XP would be to make General Crafting Tools. These only have three components (other items have more), and use any type of metal. I would also suggest running a few Artisan Crafting missions which reward around 500 General Crafting XP plus some credits. See the Artisan page for more information on gaining General Crafting XP
Becoming A True MasterChef<todo>
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