Diablo® III

Is the white quality while forging mattters?

Just a quick question.

Is using "Balanced" white or "superior" add anything for forging legendary of set items?
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Just my experience, I've been trying for a nice pair of reaper's wraps and have tried all different quality whites, that being said all I've gotten has been pure 100% junk, crafting seems to be a complete waste of time/money/resources thus far.

Edit: Since they fixed the drop from Malthael i've made about 10-15 pairs, all with garbage rolls.
Edited by Biscy#1817 on 4/17/2014 9:18 AM PDT
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Does anyone have more info about this?
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I can confirm "balanced" weapon IAS is gone after crafting and leg stats is not any better.
So no, it doesn't matter, it's not like D2 runewords.
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Yeah the bonuses from superior items is removed during crafting.

I do wish it stayed though, with even more tiers of whites; white, superior, intricate and exquisite tiers or something.

More armor varying by the tier you get: (gloves, bracers),
IAS (weps, more for the higher tier you have),
Sockets, innate helm socket (exquisite only) 1 innate for pants + whatever you roll up to 3 (only on exquisite), 1 + 3 (rolled) for armor (exquisite only), anything less than exquisite gets + armor.
innate block chance for shields,
innate MS for boots.
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I crafted a lot of aughild, hallowed and cains. No the white quality does not affect the crafting output IMHO
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