Weapon Smithing  

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The ability to make weapons

Per patch 1.87:
- Characters can now skill up completely in any tradeskill. The system of primary and secondary tradeskills (where secondary tradeskills were capped according to the current skill amount the primary tradeskill) has been removed.

- Tradeskills no longer have class restrictions. A character can choose any tradeskill.

- Characters can now have multiple tradeskills. To pick up a tradeskill a character does not have, speak to the tradeskill trainer. Please note that there is no limit to the amount of tradeskills a character can have. Your character can now choose and skill up in all of them.
Recipes for Weapon Smithing
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# Mar 06 2006 at 7:16 AM Rating: Decent
1 post
how do i start making weapons wat do i need to do
how to make things
# Jun 01 2004 at 5:09 PM Rating: Decent
178 posts
Do I just put the items in my inventory and drag them on each other to make stuff? Do I need a forge or whatever? How do I actually make the stuff in crafting?
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Value and lvl?
# Jun 08 2003 at 8:59 AM Rating: Default
What are the formulas for making out the level and cost for a crafted weapon or armor?? Can't you see what level the item has before you craft it?? I always have to craft a lot of weapons just to find one for someonhe that aint my lvl. Plz help me with this.
gaining xp
# May 28 2003 at 4:55 PM Rating: Default
i have a lvl 15 zerker and was wondering how do you gain xp in your chosen skill?
RE: gaining xp
# Jul 15 2003 at 1:18 AM Rating: Decent
944 posts
Just keep making stuff that cons OJ in the crafting window you'll get there.
New Weaponsmith
# Apr 02 2003 at 9:39 PM Rating: Decent
1 post
I am a lvl 31 hero. I started weapon-crafting 3 days ago and I have my skill up to 300. But I am unsure of what to charge for creating weapons. If anyone can help with anything at all about Weapon-smithing please send me and email at Merlin1028mk@aol.com Anything at all about the trade will be usefull.
Determine Level of Crafted Item
# Apr 02 2003 at 9:42 AM Rating: Decent
If a level 15 Armsman comes up to me and asks for a slashing polearm that is yellow to them, how do I determine the level of the weapon to craft?

Is the following correct: If 1000 is max skill and 50 is max character level then if I make a yellow recipe and I am weaponcraft skill 100 the resulting weapon would be yellow to a level 5. To make a level 15 polearm I would need to choose a yellow recipe at the 300 skill level.
Good Stuff From Dancer
# Apr 03 2003 at 1:37 PM Rating: Decent
Crafting: From Dancer on Gaheris server April 2, 2003

Level of weapon = (DPS-1.2)/0.3

There are ten tiers of material quality in all crafts. Five levels per tier. Twenty craft skill points per level is good estimate.

Most people want orange weapons. Damage to weapons because of character level occurs at red and above.

Making things that are gray to you as a crafter insures high quality. This is a skill of 50 beyond the item crafted.

To gain good skill, craft orange items to within 5 of your craft skill level. Then change.

You lose less material if you craft yellow verses orange.

Dancers web site is: www.daocweave.com
Getting started in Weaponcrafting
# Feb 21 2003 at 1:17 PM Rating: Decent
What is the first thing that I need to do? Just aquired the skill a few days ago and have not try to craft anything. HELP Please
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Gravaman's Basic Crafting
# Apr 02 2003 at 10:13 AM Rating: Decent
1) Need four empty bags. Stach stuff in the vault to clear them out if needed.
2) Use hot bar 10 and place craft icon in slot 1, recipe for item icon in slot 2, first component item icon in slot 8, second component item in slot 7,...etc . Place /macro salvage /salvage in slot 3.
3) Find a yellow recipe. And distribute recipes for item and components to hot bar.
4) Deterime the raw materials needed to make one finished item.
5) Go to the vendors near a forge and buy enough raw materials to make 30 items. Be sure to hold down the shift key when buying to stack up to 100 items before buying. Keep shift down while pressing arrow to count up by 10's.
6) Make 10 of each component by pressing component hot bar slot number over and over.
7) Make 10 to the item by pressing item hot bar slot 2 over and over.
8) Sell items to vendor and repeat steps 6,7, and 8 until all gone.
9) Clear item and component hot bar slots (shift-left button).
10) Find new yellow item to craft by clicking slot 1. Go back to step 1.
Gravaman's Basic Crafting
# Jul 03 2006 at 2:50 AM Rating: Decent
19 posts

example : some stuff in pve give 1-5 gold if you sell them to vendor , salvage it and you get 60-100 gold if your craft is high enough
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Gravaman's Basic Crafting
# Jul 03 2006 at 2:49 AM Rating: Decent
19 posts
dont forget you can also salvage most of the stuff you can make so you can reuse salvaged stuff in making items.

weapons: yield metal bars (bronze alloy)
bows/instruments: yield wood

You dont to sell it to the vendors what you have made because what you have from salvage will give more money then selling it to vendors . Salvage will yield a net bonus. Also when you find stuff in pve salvage this loot (expet neckies, rings, bracers) to pay for your crafting. crafting can get pretty expensive until 15-20 plat.
so salvage is a must later

example : some stuff in pve give 1-5 gold if you sell them to vendor , salvage it and you get 60-100 gold if your craft is high enough
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Gravaman's Basic Crafting
# Jul 03 2006 at 2:46 AM Rating: Decent
19 posts
dont forget you can also salvage most of the stuff you can make so you can reuse salvaged stuff in making items.

weapons: yield metal bars (bronze alloy)
bows/instruments: yield wood

You dont to sell it to the vendors what you have made because you will get pretty low on resources this way and salvage will yield a net bonus. Also when you find stuff in pve salvage this loot (expet neckies, rings, bracers) to pay for your crafting. crafting can get pretty expensive until 15-20 plat
so salvage is a must later
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Red Hand Axes
# Oct 21 2002 at 1:43 PM Rating: Default
Does anyone know what the Red Hand Axes are that are player made please post a reply Thanks
# Sep 16 2002 at 2:29 PM Rating: Default
Does anyone know how to get a merchant to ask you to make a weapon?
RE: merchants
# Dec 14 2002 at 12:20 PM Rating: Decent
Best way to do this is make the following macro:

/macro task /whisper task

All you need to do then, is target your trade skill master, click your "task" button, and you will receive a consignment. The nice thing about this macro, is that it's a whisper, so you don't spam other folks' chat with "task", "task", "task", ad nauseum.
RE: merchants
# Sep 22 2002 at 6:17 PM Rating: Default
the only way i know of to make a weapon for merchants is to do consignment tasks. These will be handed out by your order master ( the weaponsmith master in jordheim). You must go to her target her and then in main chat type "help". she will then give you an order for one of the Jordheim merchants, and you will have a time linit to finish the task. Remember you can ask the sentries for direction by typing "/where <name>". Hope this helps good luck.
wooden boards
# Sep 16 2002 at 2:27 PM Rating: Default
sell them to anyone you want, or sent an alliance message that you are selling rowan shields.
wooden boards
# Sep 16 2002 at 3:01 AM Rating: Default
lets say I do make 40 rowan shields, who was I suppose to sell them to ?

weapon crafters
# Aug 19 2002 at 9:08 PM Rating: Default

im a lvl 8 cleric when i make weapon they r purple yo me and the attack dam. is 19.6 and adds points to smite and all the other skills of a cleric
new to this game and love it
# Aug 11 2002 at 9:48 AM Rating: Default
how do I get a list of things needed for crafting weopons ?? any hslp please
RE: new to this game and love it
# Sep 06 2002 at 7:36 PM Rating: Decent
2 posts
You simply right-click the icon of the weapon you want to craft.
So, you open weaponcrafting you right click on the short sword, and you see that it needs short sword blade and short sword hilt. You go to metalworking and you right click on short sword blade and you see that it needs this many metal bars and... oh you get the point :-)
# Jul 31 2002 at 1:26 AM Rating: Default
how much would it cost to gain ability to make top lvl steel
# Jul 14 2002 at 3:37 PM Rating: Default
hi im a lvl 17 Warden and im thinking of choosing it but can anyone tell me how i power skill?
How Do I Start
# Jul 01 2002 at 3:08 AM Rating: Default
I am a level 8 nightshade and i have a good supply of money. i want to start crafting but i dont know how. do you have aany sudjestions?
How do i start
# Jun 20 2002 at 1:41 PM Rating: Default
i want to get into weaapon crafting but i dsont know how to start could u plz tell me how to get started.(who do i talk to where ect...)
RE: How do i start
# Jul 03 2002 at 11:09 AM Rating: Default
U just got to go to thw middle build near the forge
svolly 19 infiltrator
# Jun 03 2002 at 12:44 AM Rating: Default
My weapon crafting is at 316 and i cant figure out how to price the weapons to sell any suggestion ? thank you svolly
RE: svolly 19 infiltrator
# Jul 03 2002 at 11:12 AM Rating: Default
u charge ur weapon by what type u making
# May 16 2002 at 5:14 PM Rating: Default
step by step information on how to smith weapons please
# May 07 2002 at 1:54 PM Rating: Default
How do i go about making a magic staff suitable for a mentalist?
# Mar 24 2002 at 1:16 AM Rating: Default
Ok o am a level 6 menstrel and was wondering if if could learn a trade and how do i go about doing that? Do i have to have a certain level? Thanks alot
# Mar 22 2002 at 11:21 PM Rating: Decent
14 posts
Argh..lag spike...on the internet :/? j/ksorry for the double post
# Mar 22 2002 at 11:20 PM Rating: Decent
14 posts
What would you suggest id o as a ranger, i see that fletching is not an option for a primary skill, but my hunter is a fletcher, and that really helps with the cost of arrows...anyideas
# Mar 22 2002 at 11:20 PM Rating: Decent
14 posts
What would you suggest id o as a ranger, i see that fletching is not an option for a primary skill, but my hunter is a fletcher, and that really helps with the cost of arrows...anyideas
good arrows
# Mar 22 2002 at 10:00 AM Rating: Default

I am a weaponssmith, I was told that I would never be able tomake good arrows because my fletching is a secondary skill. Is this true
# Mar 13 2002 at 4:40 PM Rating: Default

does anyone know how to make big weapons like for trolls (Cause warhammers look like toys to em)

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magical sword
# Mar 03 2002 at 4:57 AM Rating: Default
I was somehow able to make a quartz 2 handed sword that was LOADED with magical abilities... I didn't even know crafting a weapon with such magical abilites as spirit damage/damage over time etc. was possible till then.. and now I wonder what the odds are of making such a weapon
# Feb 28 2002 at 9:41 AM Rating: Default
i am going to go into a craft but im not sure what one i want to spec in what one is the best and how do i get it up the fastests lvl 8 shamin
RE: peoples
# May 23 2002 at 8:22 PM Rating: Default
i was a armor smith at lvl 8 personally but i would definitely not do that again because they can only make bad armor that isnt worth the money for materials.....fletching gains akill the fastest and my lvl 6 scout got to 15 points in it in 1 lvl sry that didnt answer anything did it hehe sry 4 rambling so long
Bad Armour
# Apr 03 2003 at 1:47 PM Rating: Decent
I thought user made armour was the best. I know the quality of user made armour goes up if the skill level of the crafter is 50 points above that required to make it. Got some good info from Dancer on the Gaheris server. Included Dancer's web site also - www.daocweave.com <a>

Edited, Thu Apr 3 13:37:17 2003
# Feb 13 2002 at 8:54 PM Rating: Default
Was Crafting in fletching and i hit 499 and my trainer gils told me to see the order trainer is this a bug or is there another trainer out there somewhere
merlin/ midgard
# Jul 23 2002 at 10:29 AM Rating: Default
go see the trainer that gave u fletching, s/he will raise u to 500 and give u a new rank
# Jan 15 2002 at 11:59 AM Rating: Default
What is the highest skill level for weapon smithing?
# Jan 05 2002 at 7:21 PM Rating: Default
How do u engrave on a sword or any other weapon? Ranger - Weaponcraft - lvl 8 - 20 wpn. craft points
# Dec 28 2001 at 8:46 AM Rating: Decent
6 posts
Is making bows a weaponsmithing skill or a fletching skill?

RE: Bows
# Dec 30 2001 at 1:19 AM Rating: Default
To make bows as well as arrows, you will want the fletching skill
Seige Weapons
# Dec 27 2001 at 6:15 PM Rating: Default
Ah i have no trade skills yet, but who do i need to see to get the skills to make Seige weapons? Can anyone help me out?
Signed Ian
I Love Shields
# Dec 11 2001 at 12:43 AM Rating: Good
66 posts
I love those little round rowan wood bastards.

I'm tinking aroudn with one of my characters, and hit a weaponsmithing of like 85-95 or so. I start making the rowan round shield.

Not only do the only take like 6 componnents TOTAL to make, they work the skill great, AND sell back to vendors at a slight PROFIT. (BTW... i mean VERY slight. Like in making 40 i gained maybe 60 copper).

Now i'm at 115 at i finnaly have to stop, but i was basically able to powersmith from 90 to 115 while making a profit.
'Their are no stupid questions, just stupid people.' -Mr. Garrison
RE: I Love Shields
# Dec 25 2001 at 1:49 AM Rating: Default
First I do not post this to flame the original author, only to help any of those who may take his mis-information to heart and end up angry in the end.

I am not sure where you get your information friend, but you must have had some raw materials purchased ahead of time in order to turn any profit.

If I make 40 rowan wooden shields, and sell them to an npc vendor. They will pay 1/2 vendor cost of 50cp (25cp). So, if I make and sell 100 of the shields, I make 2,500cp.

In order to make one shield, I require 3 bronze bars and 2 rowan boards. To make 100 would require 300 bars and 200 boards. I purchase both in lots of 20 at 175cp and 75cp (respectively).

The cost in raw materials is (300/20) x 175 = 2,625cp for the bars and (200/20) x 75 = 750cp. My total raw materials cost is then 2,625 + 750 = 3,375cp. I have in fact LOST 875cp.

The other way to look at it is this: It costs 33.75cp to craft one rowan round shield, and it sells to npc vendor for 25cp. You can make and sell them all day long and you will not turn a profit. You will only turn a profit on consignments or player purchases (if your pricing is right :-).

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RE: I Love Shields
# Feb 13 2002 at 9:44 AM Rating: Default
Crafting Weapons
# Dec 10 2001 at 4:48 AM Rating: Default
Im a 600+ weapons smith and i would like to see some sort so magic stats on my smithed weapons. I saw that other clases were going to be able to cut jems, why not let us embed them in the hilts and handles of our weapons for added bounses. they could even have difrent cuts for difrent levels. well any ways just a thought.

- yea i know the spelling sucks, but im a math major not an english major. 8-)
RE: Crafting Weapons
# Mar 03 2002 at 5:00 AM Rating: Default
I succesfully made a sword that was loaded with magical abilities.. how rare that is, I'm not sure.. but I consider myself lucky

RE: Crafting Weapons
# Mar 06 2002 at 11:14 AM Rating: Default
How did you make the magic weapon, was it random, what materials were you using? Also, what factor does quality play in weapons?
RE: Crafting Weapons
# Apr 26 2002 at 10:30 AM Rating: Default
you don't actually get the magic stats, there was a bug around taht listed magic abilities on the item, but didn't actually give you any. That's since been cleared up, and shouldn't happen anymore.
# Dec 04 2001 at 3:22 PM Rating: Default
I can't find the Weaponsmith Master / Trainer.
Can anyone tell me where I can find him.

I looked in Camelot City and Camelot Hills for him as I thaught that he would be somewhere around there, but no... he isn't... or am I blind?
RE: Firebolt
# Dec 09 2001 at 4:49 AM Rating: Decent
3 posts
Look here to find your master of choice...


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is it possible
# Dec 04 2001 at 12:19 PM Rating: Default
ive looked around on the site, and havent seen i direct refrence to fletching... my question is does it fall under weaponsmithing? and if so, who do i talk to in tir na nog to get this skill? im a lvl 5 luri ranger, not even sure if my class can use that tradeskill? and i just started playin a couple days ago so sorry for noob questions, thanks all

of Galahad
RE: is it possible
# Dec 10 2001 at 2:22 PM Rating: Default
fletching is definately open to rangers. the fletching master is south around the corner from the forge in tnn.
as for why there's not a fletching forum here... no clue
# Nov 29 2001 at 3:53 PM Rating: Default
Can weaponsmithing be used to make the staff (specifically quarterstaff) line of weapons?
RE: Quarterstaves/Staves
# Nov 30 2001 at 10:07 AM Rating: Decent
49 posts
Nope, staves are made with the Fletching skill
WeaponSmithing Minus Swords
# Nov 29 2001 at 11:12 AM Rating: Default
A friend of mine swore that the only way to go is to always do consignments... and never just sell to merchants. So, I did just that. My wrist hurts now, I've been doing it quite a while, and I'm only up to 235, BUT I've just hit steel, and the consignment profit is really good.
One strange thing that happened is that my leatherworking somehow fell behind... (My master kept giving me more axes, hammers, and spears, and not enough swords), so its currently at 70! Well, I haven't been asked to make a dagger or sword in a long time since I'm apparently not capable of doing so.
Someone said I should powerskill my leatherworking. Why? My Warrior uses an axe and that's what I'm making. Am I really going to miss out on anything (except the occasional player asking for a sword)? In fact, it might even be saving me time and money that I can be putting into consignments since I don't have to worry about leather.
Any thoughts?

Hollywood Smash
14th lvl Warrior
Midgard, Pellinor
RE: WeaponSmithing Minus Swords
# Nov 30 2001 at 8:24 AM Rating: Default
i had the same pb , but i m in a guild and my fellows needed swords so i had to powerskill my leathercraft.
i spent 2 hours , raising it from 28 to 220 , with a few cost (that relative of course).
crafting hilts for blades only require 1 or 2 metal bar, 1 square of leather and 1 wood so its very cheap to train.
i would say less than 2 gold to reach your weaponskill level in leather, but need of patience :)
good luck then :)

Ghor Ghor
<Legio Obscurantis>
Berserk lvl 12
Weaponcraft slowly increasing
# Nov 27 2001 at 10:42 PM Rating: Default
I have the following skills:
weaponcraft: 248
metalworking: 247
leatherworking: 234
woodworking: 247

Now that I've reached these numbers, these skills are slowly increasing. I mean, I'm spending way too much gold and the skill's not going up. Is this because maybe I need to increase another skill?
My main trade is Weaponsmith.

RE: Weaponcraft slowly increasing
# Mar 03 2002 at 5:03 AM Rating: Default
to save gold, you need to use the /salvage command.. not many people know about it, but it saves about 75% of the cost of weaponcrafting. all you do, is drop the weapon you crafted on the ground and target it, then type /salvage and let the magic begin..
# Nov 25 2001 at 4:48 PM Rating: Default
increasing skill above 100
# Nov 25 2001 at 2:30 PM Rating: Default
ok i have gotten my weaponsmithing - leather working - metal smithing - woodworking to skill 100 and it now says i must talk to my order trainer to increase my skill. who is my order trainer? send enougher post or look me up in game thanks.

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RE: increasing skill above 100
# Jan 10 2002 at 1:40 PM Rating: Default
Your order trainer is the Weapons Master. Same person you saw to start the skill. You also get consignments from this person.
RE: increasing skill above 100
# May 19 2002 at 8:59 AM Rating: Default
how do you get consignments? i have heard this term alot lately and was just wondering....thanks
RE: increasing skill above 100
# May 25 2002 at 3:10 PM Rating: Default
target your order trainer and say help. Its the same way as you get tasks from other npcs....:)

CatKain Lvl 14 Skald
Apprentice weapon smith (248)
Midgard, Guennivere
Web Sites
# Nov 24 2001 at 2:06 AM Rating: Decent
66 posts
EQ has eqtraders.com, do we have a similiar site? Like a webstie just devoted to our tradeskills?
'Their are no stupid questions, just stupid people.' -Mr. Garrison
RE: Web Sites
# Dec 03 2001 at 8:58 PM Rating: Default
RE: Web Sites
# Dec 03 2001 at 8:56 PM Rating: Default
www.daoctraders.com has been registered as a domain name so hopefully it's on it's way.....
# Nov 15 2001 at 9:20 AM Rating: Default
What if you clicked on the wrong trade Master and want to change your trade. Can it be done?
RE: Mayl
# Nov 20 2001 at 11:32 PM Rating: Default
The book says you cannot change a trade skill once you choose it. If someone has figured out a way around that, I'd like to know?
Basic trade skilling
# Nov 07 2001 at 11:08 AM Rating: Decent
Ok, there seems to be some confusion on how Trade skills work...

First, find a trade skill master that you want. Keep in mind certain classes are limited to which ones they can join. A general rule is you can trade skill in items that you can use. Casters can only tailor, as they can't use much weapons or armor. Scout-type classes can fletch, make weapons, and tailor. Fighters can do just about anything. However, this only affects your primary trade skill.

Once you talk to the master, you will join the Trade guild associated with it. This will be your primary tradeskill. You can train in other tradeskills, but they cannot be higher than your primary! So if your primary tradeskill is a level 1, you can make other things all day and they will not increase. The "secondary" trade skills (Metalworking, Woodworking, Clothworking, etc) do not have masters, and usually increase when you are working on skills that incorprate them. For example, if I am a weaponsmith and need to make a weapon, it would require a metal weapon head, and say a wooden shaft. You can make the weapon head, and then the shaft. Then when you make the weapon, chances are good that your weaponsmithing, metalworking and woodcrafting all go up. Same goes for bows (fletching and clothworking) and robes (Tailoring, clothworking).

Sometimes you will need a certain level of a secondary tradeskill in order to make an item. It will tell you when you try to make it that the skill is insufficient. To increase these, make trinkets. These include hinges and brackets for metalworking, dolls and puppets for clothworking, and riding crops and the like for leatherworking. Note: its risky making weapon hilts to increase leatherworking skill, as they do not sell back to vendors for a price. Trinkets will.

This makes sense, as some arrows require metal bars, some tailoring items require pieces of leather, etc. So it may be that one of these will lag behind if you make items that don't require them, but thats ok, you can increase it later.

Consignments are a great way to break even or make a profit using tradeskills. Go to your Tradeskill guild master and /whisper task or help. I say /whisper, so noone around you goes nuts from all the people standing around like zombies chanting "Task" like its some evil cult ;)

He or she will give you a task to make an item applicable for your current level, and go deliver the item to someone. That person will then give you money for your troubles. Right now these tasks count for your max per level, but that is about to change soon (changed now on test server).

The only problem with Consignmets is that they are very tedious. Skilling goes up slow, as you spend most of your time running around trying to find the person to give the finished product. But, it will save you money, even make money, in the long run.

And definitley the best way to make a profit, and help your fellow realm-mates, is to sell to players. Shoot for somewhere above cost (obviously) but below standard merchant prices, probably somewhere in the middle. The players get a cheaper, and better-made weapon, than from vendors. If you are really nice, you can sell for cost, but I see this only among guildmates or close friends. But if someone is short on cash, I wouldn't mind selling it cheap. Heck, at least they help recoup costs.

Whew. There yall go, hope I answered most questions. If you want, check out this tradeskill site: www.cannotlinktokills.com
I am sure there are more out there, this is just the first I ran into.

Good luck and happy skilling!

RE: Basic trade skilling
# Nov 08 2001 at 8:47 AM Rating: Decent
23 posts
well put and well said. another handy tip is to stick with yellow weapons. it raises your skill best. when you start out, your first piece is orange. keep making that until you get more options. constantly check the other pieces for there color. color determines how hard it is for you to make. stay away from orange. it has a higher failure rate. yellows are best. blues dont raise your skill as fast, but are good. i went from beginner to 300 skill in 4 hours. it's real easy since all your materials are located right by the forge. i really didn't do consignments, but they do pay great now.
and dont forget your woodworking for those hammers. i didn't realise you needed woodworking for the shafts till i tried to make one. thank god for trinkets!
RE: Basic trade skilling
# Nov 21 2001 at 9:22 PM Rating: Decent
In reference to the woodworking comment above, I too found this disappointing fact out. What I did was make arrows. If you have fletching, it is a great way to raise woodworking if you don't want to make bows or waste a bunch of cash making misc wood items. Arrows are in demand after all.
need advice
# Nov 06 2001 at 8:01 AM Rating: Default
Could Some one tell me which is better. Selling the weapons you make back to vendor or Salvaging. I do not have the most coin, so i need to go the cheapest route possible. Thank you.

Zaryt Infiltrator
Starting Off
# Oct 30 2001 at 9:59 PM Rating: Default
Can someone tell me what they did to start off the skill. I clicked ont he proper guy and the thing just said he was friendly.
RE: Starting Off
# Nov 05 2001 at 9:58 PM Rating: Default
I'm am a Shadowblade , as well & wish to get into a trade .
Who would you see ? My trainer , or someone else in the city ?
RE: Starting Off
# Oct 31 2001 at 1:59 PM Rating: Default
Depending on your class, you might not be able to choose from all 4. I play shadowblade and thay can't spec in Armor making. You will have to choose a Diff trade skill to spec.
RE: Starting Off
# Nov 28 2001 at 12:41 PM Rating: Decent
32 posts
As a Shadowblade you cannot spec in armorcraft...you can spec in Fletching, Tailoring, or Weaponcraft. As a Shaman all I can spec in is armorcraft. But you certainly aren't limited in just those trades. You can do pretty much any trade but you can't specialize in any of them except your primary. They can only get up to 75% of your primary skill.
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Iksar Oracle Apprentice

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