That is probably related to the Great Engine glitch I reported earlier, only the character switch is a new twist. The stat screenshot is similar. Try fighting an automation or two and see if your character levels up every time. If that levels you up, then you've hit my magic level boosting elevator.
If this persists, I'm going to make a Glitch Compendium entry entitled "The Revenge of the Fuzzywalker" . Okay, I'll probably be able to rein it in to "Overpowered RP Leveling Glitch".
NEW GLITCHES TO REPORT:
1. Platform: Windows 10
How to Trigger: 1. Craft an "Explorer Diver" outfit (Scholars profession). The craft book updates normally to tell me that the item has been crafted, with the durability stat.
2. Go to the wardrobe. The outfit is not in the Wardrobe, despite the fact that I crafted it.
Interestingly, this item is supposed to take 70 Aether to craft. Crafting it did NOT drain the Aether from my meter, unlike crafting the Shepard's Watch, which I did shortly thereafter. Said Shepard's Watch crafted successfully and showed up normally. (Say what you want, Edna, but the capes are the best thing in the Aetherlight. They still work.)
2. Platform: Windows 10
How to Trigger: 1. Craft a container of Green Gray Dye on the crafting table.
2. Go to the wardrobe. The dye is not in the wardrobe, despite the fact that I crafted it.
3. Platform: Windows 10
Frequency: 100% of the time.
How to Trigger: 1. Fight the Bombardier in No Man's Landing, right side.
2. Note the health bar of the Bombardier after each hit it makes on the player fighting it.
Said health bar restores 10 health points to the Bombardier after each successful hit it makes on the player. While this won't be enough to stop most players from beating that automation, it shouldn't be happening. It is probably related to the undead goat glitch from earlier.
PLEASE CHECK THE INVENTORY FILE(S) FOR ERRORS/TYPOS AND THE AUTOMATION AND QUEST FILES FOR INFINITE LOOPS! It appears that the outfits not appearing in the wardrobe is related to the missing pink feathers and fur max glitch from earlier. While I could be wrong, I'm starting to see patterns in some of these glitch mistakes. They are starting to look like they have the same root, and my inner programmer just stuck up its antenna again. I have no idea what a complex disaster that code is, but a check of those two areas could knock out a lot of these bugs.