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[Armstech] Lower level trainer schematics after advanced training?

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[Armstech] Lower level trainer schematics after advanced training?

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Aelucius
12.10.2013 , 07:41 AM | #1
Is there any way to learn the lower level "schematics" from the Trainer after purchasing Advanced training?

Taking advantage of the extended double XP weekend recently, I advanced my characters level from 47 to 55 and moved past 400 on my Armstech/Scavaging, I immediately purchased the Advanced training before purchasing all the available low-level schematics which I lacked credits for, assuming they would be available for purchase down the road.

Now that I'm 55, I was looking to make lower level modifications primarily (barrels to be precise) for my alts/friends/guild members to take advantage of my high level of Armstech. But the Trainer now only has schematics available above 400 Armstech skill. Is there any way to go back and get those low level schematics, or am I basically screwed for leveling too fast? I do not remember there being a warning that you cannot go back to purchase low level schematics once you purchase Advanced Training, so I'm a bit at a loss on what to do (besides starting over from scratch).

Thanks in advance for any help!

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psandak
12.10.2013 , 08:35 AM | #2
What you are describing should not be happening. Only a few weeks ago, I went to a trainer to get lower level schematics to craft stuff for an alt, and they were there. This is most likely a bug. My suggestion would be to submit a ticket in game and/or go to the customer service forum and re-post this issue there.

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morfius
12.10.2013 , 10:25 AM | #3
If you have not trained them and they miss on trainer - rise a case - it is a bug.
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