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Lunariel's Guide to Resource Caps

(As originally posted in 2005)

Every weaponsmith knows that conductivity on Plumbum Iron is horrible, never exceeding two digits. The reason is that Iron has 8 subclasses. In fact, they are just like radioactive and petrochemicals, just with a more fancy name. So Plumbum is really Iron Class 1. And for most of the resource types with subclasses, the stats are capped within a limited range depending on the class. The formula is simply to divide the base range by the number of subclasses and then extend the resulting range by 30% in each direction like this:

    MinCap = ROUND(MAX(BaseMin,BaseMin+(ClassLevel-13/10)*(BaseMax-BaseMin)/TotalLevels))
    MaxCap = ROUND(MIN(BaseMax,BaseMin+(ClassLevel+3/10)*(BaseMax-BaseMin)/TotalLevels))

From my testing, I believe 1 and not 0 is used for BaseMin and that the final result is rounded and not truncated.

BaseMin is minimum value for class 1 and BaseMax is the maximum value for the highest class. ClassLevel is the class number and TotalLevels is the total number of classes.

Let's do an example with Plumbum which has a range of 1 to 500 on CD:

    MinCap = ROUND(MAX(1,1+(1-13/10)*(500-1)/8)) = 1
    MaxCap = ROUND(MIN(500,1+(1+3/10)*(500-1)/8)) = 82

499 divided by 8 makes 62.37. Adding this to the minium, extending with 30% in each direction and rounding the result, we get -18 to 82. This is then adjusted to 1 to 82 since the subclass range can not exceed the base range. Using the Find Resource here on SWGCraft, sorting by conductivity, I get an obvious mistype at the top. After that there are 5 Plumbum from 5 different servers with conductivity 82.

The formula above seems to apply to every stat except OQ on Aluminium, Copper, Iron, Steel, Carbonate Ore, Siliclastic Ore, Extrusive Ore, Intrusive Ore, Armophous Gemstone, Crystalline Gemstone, Solid Petrochemical, Radioactive and Inert Gas.

Liquid Petrochemical and Reactive Gas are the only ones with subclasses that don't follow the formula. For Liquid petrochemical, the DR range is fixed at 1 to 600 for every subclass. And the PE range is 1 to 1000 for every subclass too. More peculiar is Reactive Gas, which have different ranges on DR for each subclass, but without any obvious patterns. Also some subclasses of reactive gas seems to have suddenly gotten a minimum cap in the last 3-5 months. while ancient logs show them down in single and double digits. It almost seems like the subclass ranges for these have been hardcoded instead.

Edit Aug 9th: The DR on Reactive Gas was changed in Publish 4 last November. Thanks to Lemy for digging up this.

Crafting and Caps

There was a major change to crafting in Publish 15 with the CU. It was discovered by Brynn in this post here on SWGCraft. And the Patch on May 10th corrected that system so that minimum caps are now ignored.

Now stats may be weighted by the maximum caps of the resource type for the box it's put into when crafting. The formula for the weighting is now:

    Stat*1000/Maximum Cap

This change was done for all crafting. I've tested it against several types and the rules seems to be something like this:

    - Resources at the bottom of of resource tree use the new rules. Like Colat Iron, Lokian Wild Wheat.
    - Resources one step further up may use the new rules. generic Steel use it, while generic Herbivore Meat doesn't. They probably only implemented it for the Metal groups and possibly the Ore and Gemstone groups too. Even further up it's probably not used. It's not used for Non-Ferrous nor for Wood.
    - The caps used are the old caps before the JTL resources. So a Steel box will count the max CD as 650. If you put a JTL Steel there with higher CD than that, it considers the CD to be exactly 650. So any uber CD JTL Steel is less valuable right now. But it should still be good in Ferrous boxes.

An example:

    You have a Thoranium Steel with CD 252. If you put it into a Thoranium box, the CD will count as 900 since Thoranium has a maximum cap of 280 (252*1000/280). If you put it in a Steel box the cap is 650 and it will count as 387. If you put it in Metal/Mineral/Inorganic box the new weighting rules do not apply and it will count as an unmodified 252.

Estei made a calculator here which uses a list of all the caps and calculates the new weighted value for you. Just make sure that it has been updated with the May 10th changes, or you can correct it yourself by setting all minimum caps to 0.

There doesn't seem to be any changes to the actual caps. I've checked the spawns after the CU on my server and the stats are within the expected ranges.

A full list of the caps follows in the next 2 posts.

Edit Aug 9th: Corrected PE on Flowers. Thanks to Loriena for pointing out the missing cap on PE.
Edit Oct 22nd: Corrected PE and FL on Domesticated Meat. Thanks to Snift-GMC for discovering it.
Edit Oct 22nd: Added the new resources for Publish 11. None of them seem to have any caps at all.
Edit May 4th: Rewrote the crafting paragraph with the Publish 15 changes.
Edit May 11th: Rewrote the crafting paragraph again with the patch update.


Resource Caps By Stat

This list is mostly based upon data gathered from the SWGCraft database and my own sampling over the last months. There was a change in the caps for reactive gas a while back, so there is no guarantee that it will stay this way forever. Some may change and I may have made a few mistakes as well. Please post here if you find any relatively new resources which doesn't match the data below.

One star means it has subclasses following the formula above, two stars means the subclasses are not following it.

Most resources with the full range 1 to 1000 have been omitted, but some have been included for comparison.

Edit Oct 22nd: Added the prefix 'Old' to specify pre-Publish 11 types. The new types in Publish 11 are uncapped and doesn't follow the old ranges.

ER - Entangle Resistance

Armopohous Gemstone: 1 - 800 *
Crystalline Gemstone: 500 - 1000 *
Unknown Gemstone: 1 - 1000

CR - Cold Resistance

Old Aluminium: 1 - 800 *
Old Copper: 1 - 800 *
Unknown Non-Ferrous: 1 - 800
Iron: 1 - 800 *
Old Steel: 1 - 800 *
Unknown Ferrous: 1 - 800

Carbonate Ore: 300 - 1000 *
Old Siliclastic Ore: 300 - 1000 *
Unknown Sedimentary Ore: 300 - 1000
Extrusive Ore: 200 - 1000 *
Intrusive Ore: 200 - 1000 *
Unknown Igneous Ore: 200 - 1000

Armopohous Gemstone: 1 - 1000 *
Crystalline Gemstone: 1 - 1000 *
Unknown Gemstone: 1 - 1000

CD - Conductivity

Old Copper: 500 - 1000 *
Old Aluminium: 300 - 800 *
Unknown Non-Ferrous: 300 - 1000
Old Steel: 1 - 650 *
Iron: 1 - 500 *
Unknown Ferrous: 1 - 600

DR - Decay Resistance

Old Copper: 1 - 700 *
Old Aluminium: 1 - 800 *
Unknown Non-Ferrous: 1 - 700
Old Steel: 500 - 1000 *
Iron: 300 - 1000 *
Unknown Ferrous: 300 - 1000

Old Siliclastic Ore: 1 - 700 *
Carbonate Ore: 1 - 700 *
Unknown Sedimentary Ore: 1 - 700
Extrusive Ore: 300 - 1000 *
Intrusive Ore: 300 - 1000 *
Unknown Igneous Ore: 300 - 1000

Armopohous Gemstone: 1 - 1000 *
Crystalline Gemstone: 1 - 1000 *
Unknown Gemstone: 1 - 1000

Old Known Radioactive: 400 - 800 *
Unknown Radioactive: 1 - 800
Known Solid Petrochemical: 1 - 800 *
Unknown Solid Petrochemical: 1 - 1000
Known Liquid Petrochemical: 1 - 600 **
Unknown Liquid Petrochemical: 1 - 1000

Known Inert Gas: 1 - 800 *
Unknown Inert Gas: 1 - 1000
Known Reactive Gas: 1- 1000 **
Unknown Reactive Gas: 1 - 1000

Conifer Wood: 1 - 600
Evergreen Wood: 1 - 500
Decidious Wood: 1 - 800
Animal Bones: 300 - 1000
Avian Bones: 1 - 700
Horns: 200 - 1000

HR - Heat Resistance

Old Copper: 200 - 650 *
Old Aluminium: 200 - 800 *
Unknown Non-Ferrous: 200 - 800
Old Steel: 600 - 1000 *
Iron: 500 - 1000 *
Unknown Ferrous: 300 - 1000

Old Siliclastic Ore: 300 - 1000 *
Carbonate Ore: 400 - 1000 *
Unknown Sedimentary Ore: 300 - 1000
Extrusive Ore: 400 - 1000 *
Intrusive Ore: 700 - 1000 *
Unknown Igneous Ore: 400 - 1000

Armopohous Gemstone: 600 - 1000 *
Crystalline Gemstone: 700 - 1000 *
Unknown Gemstone: 600 - 1000

MA - Mallability

Old Copper: 500 - 1000 *
Old Aluminium: 300 - 1000 *
Unknown Non-Ferrous: 300 - 1000
Old Steel: 1 - 400 *
Iron: 1 - 600 *
Unknown Ferrous: 1 - 600

Old Siliclastic Ore: 300 - 1000 *
Carbonate Ore: 300 - 1000 *
Unknown Sedimentary Ore: 300 - 1000
Extrusive Ore: 1 - 600 *
Intrusive Ore: 1 - 600 *
Unknown Igneous Ore: 1 - 800

Armopohous Gemstone: 1 - 600 *
Crystalline Gemstone: 1 - 400 *
Unknown Gemstone: 1 - 600

Conifer Wood: 600 - 1000
Evergreen Wood: 800 - 1000
Decidious Wood: 400 - 800
Animal Bones: 1 - 500
Avian Bones: 1 - 600
Horns: 1 - 500

FL - Flavor

Avian Meat: 1 - 700
Carnivore Meat: 300 - 1000
Herbivore Meat: 1 - 700
Insect Meat: 1 - 1000
Reptilian Meat: 1 - 1000
Wild Meat: 1 - 700
Domesticated Meat: 300 - 1000
Domesticated Milk: 1 - 700
Wild Milk: 1 - 1000
Domesticated Cereal: 1 - 700
Wild Cereal: 300 - 1000

PE - Potential Energy

Old Known Radioactive: 500 - 1000 *
Known Solid Petrochemical: 300 - 1000 *
Known Liquid Petrochemical: 1 - 1000 **
Wind Energy: 1 - 400
Solar Energy: 200 - 600

Avian Meat: 300 - 1000
Carnivore Meat: 300 - 1000
Herbivore Meat: 1 - 700
Insect Meat: 300 - 1000
Reptilian Meat: 1 - 1000
Wild Meat: 300 - 1000
Domesticated Meat: 1 - 700
Domesticated Milk: 300 - 1000
Wild Milk: 1 - 700
Domesticated Cereal: 300 - 1000
Wild Cereal: 1 - 700
Flowers: 1 - 700

OQ - Overall Quality

Water: 600 - 1000
Wind Energy: 500 - 500
Solar Energy: 500 - 500

SR - Shock Resistance

Old Copper: 300 - 800 *
Old Aluminium: 300 - 900 *
Unknown Non-Ferrous: 300 - 900
Old Steel: 500 - 1000 *
Iron: 400 - 1000 *
Unknown Ferrous: 400 - 1000

Old Siliclastic Ore: 1 - 600 *
Carbonate Ore: 1 - 700 *
Unknown Sedimentary Ore: 1 - 700
Extrusive Ore: 400 - 1000 *
Intrusive Ore: 500 - 1000 *
Unknown Igneous Ore: 400 - 1000

Armopohous Gemstone: 1 - 1000 *
Crystalline Gemstone: 300 - 1000 *
Unknown Gemstone: 1 - 1000

Conifer Wood: 1 - 400
Evergreen Wood: 1 - 400
Decidious Wood: 300 - 700
Animal Bones: 400 - 1000
Avian Bones: 100 - 500
Horns: 300 - 700

UT - Unit Toughness

Old Copper: 300 - 800 *
Old Aluminium: 300 - 900 *
Unknown Non-Ferrous: 300 - 1000
Old Steel: 400 - 1000 *
Iron: 400 - 1000 *
Unknown Ferrous: 400 - 1000

Old Siliclastic Ore: 1 - 700 *
Carbonate Ore: 200 - 1000 *
Unknown Sedimentary Ore: 1 - 1000
Extrusive Ore: 400 - 1000 *
Intrusive Ore: 400 - 1000 *
Unknown Igneous Ore: 400 - 1000

Armopohous Gemstone: 1 - 1000 *
Crystalline Gemstone: 300 - 1000 *
Unknown Gemstone: 1 - 1000

Conifer Wood: 1 - 300
Evergreen Wood: 1 - 300
Decidious Wood: 1 - 800
Animal Bones: 1 - 1000
Avian Bones: 1 - 500
Horns: 1 - 500

Edit Aug 9th: Corrected PE on Flowers.
Edit Oct 22nd: Corrected FL and PE on Domesticated Meat.

Resource Caps By Type


Minerals

Titanium Aluminum: CR 1 - 174, CD 300 - 408, DR 1 - 174, HR 200 - 330, MA 300 - 452, SR 300 - 430, UT 300 - 430
Agrinium Aluminum: CR 94 - 307, CD 358 - 492, DR 94 - 307, HR 270 - 430, MA 382 - 568, SR 370 - 530, UT 370 - 530
Chromium Aluminum: CR 227 - 440, CD 442 - 575, DR 227 - 440, HR 370 - 530, MA 498 - 685, SR 470 - 630, UT 470 - 630
Duralumin Aluminum: CR 361 - 574, CD 525 - 658, DR 361 - 574, HR 470 - 630, MA 615 - 802, SR 570 - 730, UT 570 - 730
Link-Steel Aluminum: CR 494 - 707, CD 608 - 742, DR 494 - 707, HR 570 - 730, MA 732 - 918, SR 670 - 830, UT 670 - 830
Phrik Aluminum: CR 627 - 800, CD 692 - 800, DR 627 - 800, HR 670 - 800, MA 848 - 1000, SR 770 - 900, UT 770 - 900
Perovskitic Aluminium: None

Desh Copper: CR 1 - 116, CD 500 - 572, DR 1 - 102, HR 200 - 265, MA 500 - 572, SR 300 - 372, UT 300 - 372
Thallium Copper: CR 63 - 205, CD 539 - 628, DR 55 - 180, HR 235 - 315, MA 539 - 628, SR 339 - 428, UT 339 - 428
Beyrllius Copper: CR 152 - 294, CD 594 - 683, DR 133 - 257, HR 285 - 365, MA 594 - 683, SR 394 - 483, UT 394 - 483
Codoan Copper: CR 241 - 383, CD 650 - 739, DR 211 - 335, HR 335 - 415, MA 650 - 739, SR 450 - 539, UT 450 - 539
Diatium Copper: CR 329 - 472, CD 706 - 794, DR 288 - 413, HR 385 - 465, MA 706 - 794, SR 506 - 594, UT 506 - 594
Kelsh Copper: CR 418 - 560, CD 761 - 850, DR 366 - 490, HR 435 - 515, MA 761 - 850, SR 561 - 650, UT 561 - 650
Mythra Copper: CR 507 - 649, CD 817 - 906, DR 444 - 568, HR 485 - 565, MA 817 - 906, SR 617 - 706, UT 617 - 706
Platinite Copper: CR 596 - 738, CD 872 - 961, DR 521 - 646, HR 535 - 615, MA 872 - 961, SR 672 - 761, UT 672 - 761
Polysteel Copper: CR 685 - 800, CD 928 - 1000, DR 599 - 700, HR 585 - 650, MA 928 - 1000, SR 728 - 800, UT 728 - 800
Conductive Borcarbitic Copper: None

Plumbum Iron: CR 1 - 131, CD 1 - 82, DR 300 - 414, HR 500 - 581, MA 1 - 98, SR 400 - 498, UT 400 - 498
Polonium Iron: CR 71 - 231, CD 45 - 144, DR 361 - 501, HR 544 - 644, MA 53 - 173, SR 453 - 573, UT 453 - 573
Axidite Iron: CR 171 - 331, CD 107 - 207, DR 449 - 589, HR 606 - 706, MA 128 - 248, SR 528 - 648, UT 528 - 648
Bronzium Iron: CR 271 - 430, CD 169 - 269, DR 536 - 676, HR 669 - 769, MA 203 - 323, SR 603 - 723, UT 603 - 723
Colat Iron: CR 371 - 530, CD 232 - 332, DR 624 - 764, HR 731 - 831, MA 278 - 398, SR 678 - 798, UT 678 - 798
Dolovite Iron: CR 470 - 630, CD 294 - 394, DR 711 - 851, HR 794 - 894, MA 353 - 473, SR 753 - 873, UT 753 - 873
Doonium Iron: CR 570 - 730, CD 357 - 456, DR 799 - 939, HR 856 - 956, MA 428 - 548, SR 828 - 948, UT 828 - 948
Kammris Iron: CR 670 - 800, CD 419 - 500, DR 886 - 1000, HR 919 - 1000, MA 503 - 600, SR 903 - 1000, UT 903 - 1000

Rhodium Steel: CR 1 - 105, CD 1 - 85, DR 500 - 565, HR 600 - 652, MA 1 - 53, SR 500 - 565, UT 400 - 478
Kiirium Steel: CR 57 - 185, CD 46 - 150, DR 535 - 615, HR 628 - 692, MA 29 - 93, SR 535 - 615, UT 442 - 538
Cubirian Steel: CR 137 - 265, CD 111 - 215, DR 585 - 665, HR 668 - 732, MA 69 - 133, SR 585 - 665, UT 502 - 598
Thoranium Steel: CR 217 - 345, CD 176 - 280, DR 635 - 715, HR 708 - 772, MA 109 - 173, SR 635 - 715, UT 562 - 658
Neutronium Steel: CR 297 - 424, CD 241 - 345, DR 685 - 765, HR 748 - 812, MA 149 - 212, SR 685 - 765, UT 622 - 718
Duranium Steel: CR 377 - 504, CD 306 - 410, DR 735 - 815, HR 788 - 852, MA 189 - 252, SR 735 - 815, UT 682 - 778
Ditanium Steel: CR 456 - 584, CD 371 - 475, DR 785 - 865, HR 828 - 892, MA 228 - 292, SR 785 - 865, UT 742 - 838
Quadranium Steel: CR 536 - 664, CD 436 - 540, DR 835 - 915, HR 868 - 932, MA 268 - 332, SR 835 - 915, UT 802 - 898
Carbonite Steel: CR 616 - 744, CD 501 - 605, DR 885 - 965, HR 908 - 972, MA 308 - 372, SR 885 - 965, UT 862 - 958
Duralloy Steel: CR 696 - 800, CD 566 - 650, DR 935 - 1000, HR 948 - 1000, MA 348 - 400, SR 935 - 1000, UT 922 - 1000
Crystallized Bicorbantium Steel: None
Hardened Arveshium Steel: None

Alantium Carbonate Ore: CR 300 - 414, DR 1 - 115, HR 400 - 498, MA 300 - 414, SR 1 - 115, UT 200 - 330
Barthierium Carbonate Ore: CR 361 - 501, DR 62 - 202, HR 453 - 573, MA 361 - 501, SR 62 - 202, UT 270 - 430
Chromite Carbonate Ore: CR 449 - 589, DR 150 - 289, HR 528 - 648, MA 449 - 589, SR 150 - 289, UT 370 - 530
Frasium Carbonate Ore: CR 536 - 676, DR 237 - 377, HR 603 - 723, MA 536 - 676, SR 237 - 377, UT 470 - 630
Lommite Carbonate Ore: CR 624 - 764, DR 324 - 464, HR 678 - 798, MA 624 - 764, SR 324 - 464, UT 570 - 730
Ostrine Carbonate Ore: CR 711 - 851, DR 412 - 551, HR 753 - 873, MA 711 - 851, SR 412 - 551, UT 670 - 830
Varium Carbonate Ore: CR 799 - 939, DR 499 - 639, HR 828 - 948, MA 799 - 939, SR 499 - 639, UT 770 - 930
Zinsiam Carbonate Ore: CR 886 - 1000, DR 586 - 700, HR 903 - 1000, MA 886 - 1000, SR 586 - 700, UT 870 - 1000

Ardanium Siliclastic Ore: CR 300 - 452, DR 1 - 152, HR 300 - 452, MA 300 - 452, SR 1 - 131, UT 1 - 152
Cortosis Siliclastic Ore: CR 382 - 568, DR 83 - 269, HR 382 - 568, MA 382 - 568, SR 71 - 231, UT 83 - 269
Crism Siliclastic Ore: CR 498 - 685, DR 199 - 385, HR 498 - 685, MA 498 - 685, SR 171 - 330, UT 199 - 385
Malab Siliclastic Ore: CR 615 - 802, DR 316 - 502, HR 615 - 802, MA 615 - 802, SR 271 - 430, UT 316 - 502
Robindun Siliclastic Ore: CR 732 - 918, DR 432 - 618, HR 732 - 918, MA 732 - 918, SR 370 - 530, UT 432 - 618
Tertian Siliclastic Ore: CR 848 - 1000, DR 549 - 700, HR 848 - 1000, MA 848 - 1000, SR 470 - 600, UT 549 - 700
Fermionic Siliclastic Ore: None

Bene Extrusive Ore: CR 200 - 304, DR 300 - 391, HR 400 - 478, MA 1 - 79, SR 400 - 478, UT 400 - 478
Chronamite Extrusive Ore: CR 256 - 384, DR 349 - 461, HR 442 - 538, MA 43 - 139, SR 442 - 538, UT 442 - 538
Ilimium Extrusive Ore: CR 336 - 464, DR 419 - 531, HR 502 - 598, MA 103 - 199, SR 502 - 598, UT 502 - 598
Kalonterium Extrusive Ore: CR 416 - 544, DR 489 - 601, HR 562 - 658, MA 163 - 259, SR 562 - 658, UT 562 - 658
Keschel Extrusive Ore: CR 496 - 624, DR 559 - 671, HR 622 - 718, MA 223 - 318, SR 622 - 718, UT 622 - 718
Lidium Extrusive Ore: CR 576 - 704, DR 629 - 741, HR 682 - 778, MA 283 - 378, SR 682 - 778, UT 682 - 778
Maranium Extrusive Ore: CR 656 - 784, DR 699 - 811, HR 742 - 838, MA 342 - 438, SR 742 - 838, UT 742 - 838
Pholokite Extrusive Ore: CR 736 - 864, DR 769 - 881, HR 802 - 898, MA 402 - 498, SR 802 - 898, UT 802 - 898
Quadrenium Extrusive Ore: CR 816 - 944, DR 839 - 951, HR 862 - 958, MA 462 - 558, SR 862 - 958, UT 862 - 958
Vintrium Extrusive Ore: CR 896 - 1000, DR 909 - 1000, HR 922 - 1000, MA 522 - 600, SR 922 - 1000, UT 922 - 1000

Berubium Intrusive Ore: CR 200 - 316, DR 300 - 401, HR 700 - 743, MA 1 - 88, SR 500 - 572, UT 400 - 487
Chanlon Intrusive Ore: CR 262 - 404, DR 354 - 479, HR 723 - 777, MA 48 - 154, SR 539 - 628, UT 447 - 553
Corintium Intrusive Ore: CR 351 - 493, DR 432 - 557, HR 757 - 810, MA 114 - 221, SR 594 - 683, UT 513 - 620
Derillium Intrusive Ore: CR 440 - 582, DR 510 - 634, HR 790 - 843, MA 181 - 287, SR 650 - 739, UT 580 - 687
Oridium Intrusive Ore: CR 529 - 671, DR 588 - 712, HR 823 - 877, MA 247 - 354, SR 706 - 794, UT 647 - 753
Dylinium Intrusive Ore: CR 618 - 760, DR 666 - 790, HR 857 - 910, MA 314 - 420, SR 761 - 850, UT 713 - 820
Hollinium Intrusive Ore: CR 707 - 849, DR 743 - 868, HR 890 - 943, MA 380 - 487, SR 817 - 906, UT 780 - 887
Ionite Intrusive Ore: CR 796 - 938, DR 821 - 946, HR 923 - 977, MA 447 - 553, SR 872 - 961, UT 847 - 953
Katrium Intrusive Ore: CR 884 - 1000, DR 899 - 1000, HR 957 - 1000, MA 513 - 600, SR 928 - 1000, UT 913 - 1000

Bospridium Armophous Gemstone: ER 1 - 105, CR 1 - 131, DR 1 - 131, HR 600 - 652, MA 1 - 79, SR 1 - 131, UT 1 - 131
Baradium Armophous Gemstone: ER 57 - 185, CR 71 - 231, DR 71 - 231, HR 628 - 692, MA 43 - 139, SR 71 - 231, UT 71 - 231
Regvis Armophous Gemstone: ER 137 - 265, CR 171 - 331, DR 171 - 331, HR 668 - 732, MA 103 - 199, SR 171 - 331, UT 171 - 331
Plexite Armophous Gemstone: ER 217 - 345, CR 271 - 431, DR 271 - 431, HR 708 - 772, MA 163 - 259, SR 271 - 431, UT 271 - 431
Rudic Armophous Gemstone: ER 297 - 424, CR 371 - 530, DR 371 - 530, HR 748 - 812, MA 223 - 318, SR 371 - 530, UT 371 - 530
Ryll Armophous Gemstone: ER 377 - 504, CR 471 - 630, DR 471 - 630, HR 788 - 852, MA 283 - 378, SR 471 - 630, UT 471 - 630
Sedrellium Armophous Gemstone: ER 456 - 584, CR 570 - 730, DR 570 - 730, HR 828 - 892, MA 342 - 438, SR 570 - 730, UT 570 - 730
Stygium Armophous Gemstone: ER 536 - 664, CR 670 - 830, DR 670 - 830, HR 868 - 932, MA 402 - 498, SR 670 - 830, UT 670 - 830
Vendusii Armophous Gemstone: ER 616 - 744, CR 770 - 930, DR 770 - 930, HR 908 - 972, MA 462 - 558, SR 770 - 930, UT 770 - 930
Bal'ta'ran Armophous Gemstone: ER 696 - 800, CR 870 - 1000, DR 870 - 1000, HR 948 - 1000, MA 522 - 600, SR 870 - 1000, UT 870 - 1000

Byrothsis Crystalline Gemstone: ER 500 - 581, CR 1 - 163, DR 1 - 163, HR 700 - 749, MA 1 - 66, SR 300 - 414, UT 300 - 414
Gallinorian Rainbow Crystalline Gemstone: ER 544 - 644, CR 88 - 288, DR 88 - 288, HR 726 - 786, MA 36 - 116, SR 361 - 501, UT 361 - 501
Green Diamond Crystalline Gemstone: ER 606 - 706, CR 213 - 413, DR 213 - 413, HR 764 - 824, MA 86 - 166, SR 449 - 589, UT 449 - 589
Kerol Fire-Gem Crystalline Gemstone: ER 669 - 769, CR 338 - 538, DR 338 - 538, HR 801 - 861, MA 136 - 215, SR 536 - 676, UT 536 - 676
Seafah Jewel Crystalline Gemstone: ER 731 - 831, CR 463 - 663, DR 463 - 663, HR 839 - 899, MA 186 - 265, SR 624 - 764, UT 624 - 764
Sormahil Fire Gem Crystalline Gemstone: ER 794 - 894, CR 588 - 788, DR 588 - 788, HR 876 - 936, MA 235 - 315, SR 711 - 851, UT 711 - 851
Laboi Mineral Crystal Crystalline Gemstone: ER 856 - 956, CR 713 - 913, DR 713 - 913, HR 914 - 974, MA 285 - 365, SR 799 - 939, UT 799 - 939
Vertex Crystalline Gemstone: ER 919 - 1000, CR 838 - 1000, DR 838 - 1000, HR 951 - 1000, MA 335 - 400, SR 886 - 1000, UT 886 - 1000

Class 1 Solid Petrochemical: DR 1 - 149, PE 300 - 430
Class 2 Solid Petrochemical: DR 81 - 264, PE 370 - 530
Class 3 Solid Petrochemical: DR 195 - 378, PE 470 - 630
Class 4 Solid Petrochemical: DR 309 - 492, PE 570 - 730
Class 5 Solid Petrochemical: DR 423 - 606, PE 670 - 830
Class 6 Solid Petrochemical: DR 537 - 720, PE 770 - 930
Class 7 Solid Petrochemical: DR 652 - 800, PE 870 - 1000

Class 1 Radioactive: DR 400 - 474, PE 500 - 593
Class 2 Radioactive: DR 440 - 531, PE 550 - 664
Class 3 Radioactive: DR 497 - 589, PE 621 - 736
Class 4 Radioactive: DR 554 - 646, PE 693 - 807
Class 5 Radioactive: DR 611 - 703, PE 764 - 879
Class 6 Radioactive: DR 669 - 760, PE 836 - 950
Class 7 Radioactive: DR 726 - 800, PE 907 - 1000
High Grade Polymetric Radioactive: None

Unknown Ferrous: CR 1 - 800, CD 1 - 600, DR 300 - 1000, HR 300 - 1000, MA 1 - 600, SR 400 - 1000, UT 400 - 1000
Unknown Non-Ferrous: CR 1 - 800, CD 300 - 1000, DR 1 - 700, HR 200 - 800, MA 300 - 1000, SR 300 - 900, UT 300 - 1000
Unknown Sedimentary Ore: CR 300 - 1000, DR 1 - 700, HR 300 - 1000, MA 300 - 1000, SR 1 - 700
Unknown Igneous Ore: CR 200 - 1000, DR 300 - 1000, HR 400 - 1000, MA 1 - 800, SR 400 - 1000, UT 400 - 1000
Unknown Gemstone: HR 600 - 1000, MA 1 - 600
Unknown Solid Petrochemical: None
Unknown Radioactive: DR 1 - 800

Chemicals

Class 1 Liquid Petrochemical: DR 1 - 600
Class 2 Liquid Petrochemical: DR 1 - 600
Class 3 Liquid Petrochemical: DR 1 - 600
Class 4 Liquid Petrochemical: DR 1 - 600
Class 5 Liquid Petrochemical: DR 1 - 600
Class 6 Liquid Petrochemical: DR 1 - 600
Class 7 Liquid Petrochemical: DR 1 - 600

Unknown Liquid Petrochemical: None
Lubricating Oil: None
Fiberplast: None
Polymer: None

Gas

Hydron-3 Inert Gas: DR 1 - 81
Malium Inert Gas: DR 44 - 142
Bilal Inert Gas: DR 105 - 204
Corthel Inert Gas: DR 167 - 265
Culsion Inert Gas: DR 228 - 327
Dioxis Inert Gas: DR 290 - 388
Hurlothrombic Inert Gas: DR 351 - 450
Kaylon Inert Gas: DR 413 - 511
Korfaise Inert Gas: DR 474 - 573
Methanagen Inert Gas: DR 536 - 634
Mirth Inert Gas: DR 597 - 696
Obah Inert Gas: DR 659 - 757
Rethin Inert Gas: DR 720 - 800

(The DR ranges on these were changed in Publish 4)
Eleton Reactive Gas: DR 1? - 400?
Irolunn Reactive Gas: DR 100? - 600?
Methane Reactive Gas: DR 200? - 700?
Orveth Reactive Gas: DR 300? - 800?
Sig Reactive Gas: DR 300? - 900?
Skevon Reactive Gas: DR 400? - 900?
Tolium Reactive Gas: DR 500? - 1000?
Unstable Organometallic Reactive Gas: None

Unknown Inert Gas: None
Unknown Reactive Gas: None

Energy / Water

Water: OQ 600 - 1000
Wind Energy: PE 1 - 400, OQ 500 - 500
Solar Energy: PE 200 - 600, OQ 500 - 500

Flora Structural

Conifer Wood: DR 1 - 600, MA 600 - 1000, SR 100 - 400, UT 1 - 300
Evergreen Wood: DR 1 - 500, MA 800 - 1000, SR 1 - 400, UT 1 - 300
Decidious Wood: DR 1 - 800, MA 400 - 800, SR 300 - 700, UT 1 - 800

Flora Food

Beans: None
Berries: None
Flowers: PE 1 - 700
Fruits: None
Fungi: None
Greens: None
Tubers: None
Domesticated Corn: FL 1 - 700, PE 300 - 1000
Domesticated Oats: FL 1 - 700, PE 300 - 1000
Domesticated Rice: FL 1 - 700, PE 300 - 1000
Domesticated Wheat: FL 1 - 700, PE 300 - 1000
Wild Corn: FL 300 - 1000, PE 1 - 700
Wild Oats: FL 300 - 1000, PE 1 - 700
Wild Rice: FL 300 - 1000, PE 1 - 700
Wild Wheat: FL 300 - 1000, PE 1 - 700

Creature Structural

Animal Bone: DR 300 - 1000, MA 1 - 500, SR 400 - 1000
Avian Bone: DR 1 - 700, MA 1 - 600, SR 100 - 500, UT 1 - 500
Horns: DR 200 - 1000, MA 1 - 500, SR 300 - 700, UT 1 - 500
Scaley Hide: None
Wooly Hide: None
Bristley Hide: None
Leathery Hide: None

Creature Food

Avian Meat: FL 1 - 700, PE 300 - 1000
Carnivore Meat: FL 300 - 1000, PE 300 - 1000
Crustacean Meat: None
Domesticated Meat: FL 300 - 1000, PE 1 - 700
Fish Meat: None
Herbivore Meat: FL 1 - 700, PE 1 - 700
Insect Meat: PE 300 - 1000
Mollusk Meat: None
Reptilian Meat: None
Wild Meat: FL 1 - 700, PE 300 - 1000
Eggs: None
Domesticated Milk: FL 1 - 700, PE 300 - 1000
Wild Milk: PE 1 - 700

Edit Aug 9th: Corrected PE on Flowers.
Edit Oct 22nd: Corrected FL and PE on Domesticated Meat.
Edit Oct 22nd: Added the new types in Publish 11 for comparison.


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I must unfortunately inform you that Lunariel's compilation of caps is a tad outdated and also contains some errors.

Fortunately, today I managed to compile the latest build of my contribution to the crafting society, the ResourceTree2 and uploaded it to
EDITED: Files now found at http://simongronlund.googlepages.com/swgresourcefiles.

The new compile includes new resources, changes to crafting as of Publish 5, rectifications of numerous errors. However, there are 3 questions still open, which I must look into, Those do not matter in any way though.

Have fun

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Zimoon wrote:
I must unfortunately inform you that Lunariel's compilation of caps is a tad outdated and also contains some errors.

Fortunately, today I managed to compile the latest build of my contribution to the crafting society, the ResourceTree2 and uploaded it to
EDITED: Files now found at http://simongronlund.googlepages.com/swgresourcefiles.

Is there a html version of that somewhere, or have I missed it in the forums? My laptop doesn't seem to like XML files* but luckily I don't do a huge amount of experimentation for it to be a major problem for me :)

*Its new and its Vista so we're still making friends at the moment, it does run SWG though so yay!

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kelsaka wrote:
Zimoon wrote:
I must unfortunately inform you that Lunariel's compilation of caps is a tad outdated and also contains some errors.

Fortunately, today I managed to compile the latest build of my contribution to the crafting society, the ResourceTree2 and uploaded it to
EDITED: Files now found at http://simongronlund.googlepages.com/swgresourcefiles.

Is there a html version of that somewhere, or have I missed it in the forums? My laptop doesn't seem to like XML files* but luckily I don't do a huge amount of experimentation for it to be a major problem for me :)

*Its new and its Vista so we're still making friends at the moment, it does run SWG though so yay!


We do have the caps stored on the site at http://www.swgcraft.co.uk/dev/resource_info.php?res=, continue by clicking the categories.

They are not based off Z's file though, we recieved a file with the caps by somebody who claimed them to be "statistically proven", and so far, nobody has complained about them


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We do have the caps stored on the site at http://www.swgcraft.co.uk/dev/resource_info.php?res=, continue by clicking the categories.

Thank you. I've bookmarked it ready for the next person who asks me :)

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kelsaka wrote:
Zimoon wrote:
I must unfortunately inform you that Lunariel's compilation of caps is a tad outdated and also contains some errors.

Fortunately, today I managed to compile the latest build of my contribution to the crafting society, the ResourceTree2 and uploaded it to
EDITED: Files now found at http://simongronlund.googlepages.com/swgresourcefiles.

Is there a html version of that somewhere, or have I missed it in the forums? My laptop doesn't seem to like XML files* but luckily I don't do a huge amount of experimentation for it to be a major problem for me :)

*Its new and its Vista so we're still making friends at the moment, it does run SWG though so yay!
Since the file is very large it takes a while to load, and sometimes MSExplorer chokes at it :(

It is human readable so you can actually read it in any text editor, some extra stuff that you must pretend not ro see though :P

I will see if I get some time to add a viewer to SWGAide, that would be way better. In due time I will use that file anyway, for resource viewing a la MyRes, as I have spoken about but am still waiting for some extra time to fall on me from heaven or such ;)

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Zimoon wrote:
Since the file is very large it takes a while to load, and sometimes MSExplorer chokes at it :(

It is human readable so you can actually read it in any text editor, some extra stuff that you must pretend not ro see though :P

Heh, human readable maybe, Kelsaka readable no :P
But then I have a really unhappy head so that's probably why I'm having so much trouble reading it. Large blocks of text give me trouble too, not to mention raw html.

But Sobuno's link works fine for me so all is good :)

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Does it help if you were a science or engineering major in college to make sense of these resource stats? I unfortunately was a History major :roll:

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Hoi,

the guide said that domestic milk have a Flavor-cap of 700 (Domesticated Milk: 1 - 700)
I just milked soe endor domestic milk with FL = 704 ... :)

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Hoi,

the guide said that domestic milk have a Flavor-cap of 700 (Domesticated Milk: 1 - 700)
I just milked soe endor domestic milk with FL = 704 ... :)

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One of a few errors at Lunariel's side. I believe she mixed up Domesticated Milk with Wild Milk which really has a cap of 700 which she says it does not. EDITED: I misread the question and Lunariel was correct in this case, sorry for the noise.

Correct caps are found in the XML file at http://simongronlund.googlepages.com/swgresourcefiles.

Yes, it is XML but it is searchable and human understandable.

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:oops:
It seems the Milk i milked was wild milk.
Me stupid milked a bolle bol calf (that give domestic milk) and then a bolle bol female. Seems they give wild milk and no domestic. Why does the same type of animal give different milk ??? :?:
I changed my data already. :oops:

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I knew there was a difference between Naboo and Endor where Endor Bolle Bol gives Dom Milk and Naboo Bolle Bol gives Wild Milk. And I assume you are either one of them, right? There are some other creatures with really similar names that gives different kinds of Milk and Hide, but I didn't know the difference was between mom and her calves.

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It's the same for baby banthas, they give dom. while their mom's give wild.


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Dwarf Banthas give dom milk, not sure if babies are old enough to make milk.


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