Black Desert Tools
I love some of the tools and guides out there for BDO but I often feel they are lacking or difficult to use. This is my attempt to provide the community what I find you and I wanting. Please email me at email@example.com if you have any ideas or notice any errors.
*Wipes sweat from forehead* This was a fun one. Tons of stuff has changed, so you can figure most of it out on your own. Main stuff: Data is now stored in a database meaning you can have/share multiple node setups, change workers and home cities per node, etc. Kama nodes and items, processing items added. This also means if you're not logged in, the data you enter will only be stored as long as you leave web browser open. Please let me know if you find anything wrong cause I errors that come up you can use the backup of old version.
Did some tweaking/feature adding to node manager. The main node page can now add or remove all nodes at once instead of one at a time. The save button at the top now submits forms and saves changes. Bookingmarking/sharing nodes is now located in values. Added a temporary worker calculation to individual nodes with presets/custom stats. You can also view work time by a single worktime or by full stamina consumption. All of Valencia's yield data is finally finished! I think that's it. Probably not.
Been working on this for a long time.. Partially because it was a lot of data gathering, but also because I wanted to spend some time actually playing the game. The overall idea is to be able to find values of routes of nodes, which I find more valuable than just individual nodes. But, you can find all kinds of other info/data. Also a little overhaul of the website to tie it all together.
Got a lot of good feedback from reddit and made some changes in addition to adding the Alchemy Calculator. Also added customizable sub-ingredients/processed ingredients per craft, node sources, and more to come.
Starting Black Desert I immediately got into life skills. First thing I noticed were all the cooking calculators didn't quite cut it. They were either limited in function or not easy to use. So naturally, my first addition is a cooking calculator.