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    Default quest: the perfect pour

    i need to smelt five tin bars in a row and so far ive only gotten four in a row.does anyone have any tips or tricks for this quest?

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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    For finishing this quest my only tip is: When it comes to the part where you have to pour the liquid for it to harden into bars click on the "thing that has the liquids in it" and then start moving it towards the molds REALLY slowly. If it spills put it back to its original position and start pouring slowly again try to do this until all the liquid is poured. I hope this helps! =)
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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    i had trouble with that part too. The slower you go, the better-but if you go too slow you spill as well. Pour just fast enough so that it is not pouring down the pitcher and you should be able to fill all 5. It really just takes practice but you will get it!

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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    Pour slowly so that it won’t spill. But if you pour too slowly, it will spill as well so just slow down when it’s too fast and speed up when it’s too slow. Patience is what you need too.

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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    Quote Originally Posted by Torak Lin View Post
    Pour slowly so that it won’t spill. But if you pour too slowly, it will spill as well so just slow down when it’s too fast and speed up when it’s too slow. Patience is what you need too.
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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    Quote Originally Posted by Nate View Post
    That sounded like a sensei...
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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    *HINT:do it slowly but not too slow taht it will spill on the sides of the container (like when you pour water too slowly) but do it fast enough to get in but not too fast or else it will splatter which would waste the hot liquid.

    *TIP:It takes practice, you may want you practice in the activity finder, so you dont waste any materials...once you got the hang of it, you could try the quest again.
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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    Do it slowly but make sure it does not spill from the sides!
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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    You have to do it slow,if it spills,its ok sometimes if you put some in the 5th bar it will count.
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    Default Re: quest: the perfect pour

    The thing that I do is just be patient, pour very slowly then gently move the cup slightly more per second.

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