Are you still excited about the 3.2.0b now and busy with creating a new build? Well, the 3.2.0b patch may not as perfect as you think, because Grinding Gear Games has abandoned 4 Beastcrafting recipes this time, which means that one of these simple recipes is pitched in the wrong position and requires further try to make certain it's appropriately rare for that rewards it provides. This recipe continues to be disabled temporarily until they are able to rebalance it, test the answer and to produce a patch (hopefully later today).
As some background to this:
GGG would have liked Beastcrafting to become valuable, and created some strong outcomes (similar to this capability to split products in 2). As the ability with this recipe to operate on Shaper and Elder base types is really a bug, it's intended that it may copy six-link products along with other valuable base qualities.
GGG priced the recipe as well as they are able to while using simulations they would available prior to getting data from countless players around the live realm. Our intention ended up being to keep close track of how people used them, and react rapidly to alter the recipe prices when there were problems.
Regrettably because of an oversight, the recipe wasn't possible until today. Whenever they fixed and released it, it had been with similar rough balance values that people set during development, that have been impractical because of the actual rate that individuals found monsters around the live realm. Also, players had in the bank almost per week price of Monsters, so after they discovered that the recipe was a little too cheap, they might hit it a number of occasions and do need good advice on crafting and farming, which would helpthem to be rich in the game, this is all they want.
It's supposed to have been effective and supposed to have been accessible, although not quite towards the extent that they are seeing tonight. Grinding Gear Games has disabled it and can review and re-release it as quickly as possible (having a bug fix towards the Shaper and Elder products issue also).
Observe that two other recipes introduced simultaneously are also disabled for safety, though will probably be switched back on later today once they are because of the all obvious. "Disabled" means altered so they require four Albino Rhoas, and so I guess you may still do these recipes there are left the Dirt Flats all week.
Grinding Gear Games will come with an update for you personally afterward today in NZ work hrs once they fix the recipes and switch it well on. I am very sorry relating to this. It's obvious the recipe did not receive sufficient testing and that is upon us. They are making some pretty big changes to the way they develop content so the main reasons for the league possess a safety buffer of countless days of dedicated testing later on.
IMO, one easy and simple solution for this problem is to add modifiers to the split items preventing both the base and the secondary item from being split again, and have their npc value be reduced to a scroll fragment to prevent people from cloning bad 6 link bases for easy divines.