This is the profession list from a recent Jedi (NGrey). Going with my theory (see the original cold hard facts thread) it works like this:
Mastered Artisan - non FS profession
Mastered Weaponsmith - non FS profession
Mastered Entertainer (Holo 1, jedi) - 1st FS profession
Mastered Medic - non FS profession
Mastered Combat Medic (Holo 2, jedi) - 2nd FS profession
Mastered Musician (Holo 3, sith) - 3rd FS profession
Mastered Marksman - 5th FS profession (the one he didn't get a clue on)
Mastered Command (Holo 4, jedi) - 4th FS profession
This guy was very lucky because in the process of finishing his final clued profession (Commando), he also tripped the 5th and final profession he was not going to get a clue on... Marskman. This furthur proves the cold hard facts theory I wrote up as well. Which are:
- You can receive up to 4 holocron clues assuming you have not already mastered some of your FSCS professions along the way.
- From the point you receive the silent message, there is in fact only one profession left out there that you have to master to unlock your FSCS. So receiving the silent holo is definitly a good thing for you lucky few. It's just a matter of finding the right final profession (1 in 28 or 29 odds I believe after you subtract Jedi, your 4 holo professions, and possibly Politician for us Veteran characters).
- The picks of what your FSCS professions have to be appears to be completly random. Good luck finding any pattern to this.
- There were a few people like Monika that unlocked their profession by gaining xp. This was because they already qualifed for their FSCS when yflipped the Jedi profession on on Friday, November 7th. Basically the next thing they did XP related gained them their slot. (Kind of like many of us suddenly qualifying for Politician when we did something XP related when they turned the Politician profession on).
- We have reportedly had a neutral now unlock their FSCS. Factions along with residence, POIs visited, Badges, Theme Parks, and several other things play little to nothing in opening your FSCS.
(PS Correspondents: I would rather you sticky this over and let my old "Cold Hard Facts" thread fall off.)