Artisan tools

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Gathering artisan classes require the creation and use of harvesting tools that enable the gathering of resources.[2][3]

  • Progression in the gathering artisan class unlocks higher level harvesting tools that enable gathering of higher level resources.[4]
  • Tools will have durability and tool lifespans.[5]
    • Tools may become non-repairable, requiring re crafting.[5]
  • Artisans will not need to rely on other trees in order to make their tools.[2]

Tools do advance within the artisan tree, so your ability to either gather, process or craft will require the equivalent tools necessary at that stage of crafting in order to accomplish the task at hand. So, you could not mine copper and mithril with the same tool.[3]Steven Sharif

Processing requires blueprints for the construction of buildings that are needed to process resources.[2]

List of tools

Artisan classes

Artisan classes allow a player to specialize in one or more of the following skill trees.[6]

Crafting and gathering is a very important component of the economy that players will have direct control over. Whether you wish to build a sprawling plantation around your house, or wish to travel the vast wilderness in search of treasure and resources.[7]

Artisan progression

Players must choose a path in the artisan skill tree for each character.[8] Within each of the three parent artisan paths (Gathering, Processing and Crafting) there are different professions. A character may only ever master one of these paths.[9][10]

  • Players can dabble in all professions at a "beginners" level before they decide to master a particular pathway.[11]
  • Choosing a specific path in the skill tree allows the player an opportunity to specialize in a certain area. This encourages player inter-dependency, enhancing the artisan experience.[12]
  • It is possible to master every profession within a parent artisan path, but this will be a long and labor intensive feat, requiring many resources.[13]
    • A player may only master a profession if they have achieved the artisan path mastery.[14]
    • Based on testing, it may be decided to limit profession mastery certificates to a capped value.[14][15]
  • Masteries aren’t just about making an item. They grant many things, including titles, access to items, bargains, and quests. [16]
  • Choice of profession does not affect a player's stats.[17]
  • Characters within a single account (Alts) may have different professions.[9]

Players will have the opportunity to kind of dabble in all of the professions at a very beginners level and then you know that kind of gives them an understanding of what that profession feels like and then allows them to kind of pinpoint the direction that they want to go in to master particular professions.[11]Steven Sharif

When we reference not being masters of all that doesn't mean you're not a master within your own one of the three artisan types, which is you know crafter or gatherer, processor. You will be a master of one of those, you will not be master of the other two.[10]Steven Sharif

Artwork

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