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This experiment was designed to compare enhancing one card with two component cards.
We wanted to find out if it was better to enhance the target card with the two components cards at the same time, or one at a time.
The result is an identical finished product, for an identical price, regardless of which method is used.
To perform the experiment, we used the following unimproved cards:
A. A found version of Izuna Prototype
|B. A found version of Squire|
|C. A found (from a draw pack) Unicorn|
|D. A found version of Izuna Prototype|
|E. A found version of Squire|
|F. A found (from a draw pack) Unicorn|
We took a found Izuna Prototype (A) and used it to enhance a found Unicorn (C).
This process cost us 800 Gil and resulted in:
We then took the now enhanced Unicorn and enhanced it further with a Squire (B) This process cost us an additional 900 Gil and resulted in:
Level: 2 (71%)
All told, this card cost 1700 gil to enhance to this point using an Izuna Prototype and a Squire.
We then took a found Izuna Prototype (D) and a found Squire (E) and combined it with a found Unicorn (F).
This process cost us 1700 Gil and resulted in this:
The result is an identical finished product, for an identical price. In other words, it doesn't matter whether they are integrated separately or together. It has no bearing on price or outcome. This suggests that there's a deeper formula to the cards based on their relative potency and the card that is to be enhanced which remains static.
It really makes no difference whether the cards are combined all at once or at different times. The results are the same.