Crafting is the ability to make new items from component items. There are dozens of craft skills available to learn and no limit to how many a single player can learn at once. Craft skill ability is measured by a player's craft skill level, ranging from one to 140. The higher a craft skill level, the more items a player can craft from that discipline.
Craft Experience and Skill Ups Edit
Craft skills can be improved by gaining craft experience. Craft experience can be acquired through personal crafting (at a rate of 1 xp point per every full multiples of 50 workload required to complete the craft), guild crafting (1 xp for every 100 craft contribution), dismantling of items, analysis of items(as dismantling, but can do it only once a day, more if atlas ore used in diary, seems to give the same experience as crafting the item times a coefficient related to its enchantment bonus and multiplied again by a random factor between 1 and 20) or teaching skill levels from a given discipline.
Craft skills do not increase in level automatically upon obtaining enough experience. Instead, experience continues to accrue until the level is increased manually, either by learning from a crafting NPC or a player who is at least one tier higher.
Currently Skills can be increased up to level 140.
Crafted Item Levels Edit
When crafting items that can have + levels, such as armor and weapons, the result of the craft can range from +0 to +8. Of course, the higher the + level, the rarer such an outcome is. You will mostly get +0, but frequently +1 and +2, sometimes +3 or +4, rarely anything above that.
Getting these random higher levels when crafting can have a huge impact on the cost of crafting. If you pay for the materials to craft +0 items, but you get +2 items, the value of those resulting +2 items will be, on average, 4 times greater than +0 items. This can even make up for paying more for crafting mats than you would to simply buy the already crafted item from the market.
Repairing Crafted Items Edit
If you can craft an item, such as armor and weapons, you can also repair it, without loss of durability. This can save you a lot of gold compared to having to have NPC Reginn repair items for you for Atlas Ore Fragments. See the Repair page for details.
Craft levels are grouped into named tiers as shown in the table above. Except for apprentices, each time a player reaches a new crafting tier for a given craft skill, the player is granted the ability to teach other players the levels contained within that tier. For example, an artisan (artisan = level 11-20 in a skill discipline) can teach players that craft skill up to skill level 10. After level 110 you can only learn skills from NPCs in Antillia Artisan District. Teaching a craft skill grants experience to the teacher, depending on the level taught.
Crafting Types Edit
Personal Crafting Edit
Personal crafts include all types of crafts listed under My Info > Crafting Skill. Excluded are My Home Crafting exclusive crafting items.
- Only you can contribute to personal crafts, no other players can help.
- If the Personal Craft is cancelled, you lose all of the materials for that craft job.
You can contribute to personal crafts by:
- Killing monster that gain you experience
- Using crafting books
Guild Crafting Edit
- Guild crafts can only be started by guild member with rank of Member or higher. Once registered, guild crafts can be started remotely from Community > Guild > Guild Craft.
- Guild Craft items will be sent to the registrant’s Mailbox upon completion of the craft.
- If the Guild Craft is stopped or the reservation is cancelled, then the materials will be sent to the registrant’s Mailbox.
- Guild Crafts can only be stopped by the registrant or guild members of [Officer] rank and higher.
- Guild Craft Reservations can only be cancelled by the registrant or guild members of [Officer] rank and higher.
- Successful guild crafts contribute Guild Points to your guild.
Anyone in your guild who gains experience by killing monsters can contribute to personal crafts. Anyone in your guild who is killing monsters will contribute to an active guild crafting job unless that player has an active personal or my home crafting job. Any guild member who contributes to an active guild crafting job gains skill in the type of crafting skill that the crafting job is for.
Anyone in your guild can contribute to guild crafts by:
My Home Crafting Edit
My Home Crafting is the type of crafting that you start in your home via an Artisan you employ in your home.
- 3 crafts can be performed simultaneously with Personal Craft, Workshop, and Kitchen.
- My Home Crafting can also contribute to Quest Crafts.
- Only you can contribute to personal crafts, no other players can help.
You can contribute to my home crafts by:
Quest Crafting Edit
Quest Crafting is the crafting of items specifically for quests. Quest crafts can be started from My Info > Crafting Skill > Quest. If a quest crafting job is part of an active quest, it will be listed at the top of the Quest Crafting listed and highlighted in yellow.
All other personal crafting rules apply.
Generic Crafting NPCs Edit
There are a few NPCs who can teach several crafting skills.
- Cai Lun, south of the Sea Palace Entrance: Armor, Food, Helmet, Medicine, Stationary up to level 10
- Ganjang, Northwest of Calcutta: Axe, Bow, Gun, Spear, Sword up to level 10
- Gum Hwal Li, Northwest of Calcutta: Armor, Gloves, Pants, Shoes up to level 10
- Item Droid Sion, in Antillia: all non-armor and non-weapon crafting up to level 51
- Arms Droid Demirel, in Antillia: all weapon crafting up to level 51
- Arms Droid Notelleon, in Antillia: all armor crafting up to level 51
- Chichen Itza Armorsmith, in Mayapan: all armor crafting up to level 51
- Chichen Itza Artisan, in Mayapan: all non-armor and non-weapon crafting up to level 51
- Chichen Itza Weaponsmith, in Mayapan: all weapon crafting up to level 51
List of Craft SkillsEdit
The following NPCs can raise crafting skills past level 51.
|Turgesius||Antilla Artisan District|
|Bow||William Tell||Antilla Artisan District|
|Cannon||Choi Moo-sun||Antilla Artisan District|
|Gun||Gatling||Antilla Artisan District|
|Power Saw||Jadun||Antilla Artisan District|
|Spear||Xiahou Yuan||Antilla Artisan District|
|Staff||Flamel||Antilla Artisan District|
|Sword||Muramasa||Antilla Artisan District|
|Instrument||Stradivari||Antilla Artisan District|
|Fist||Krakoff||Antilla Artisan District|
|Whip||Ragnas||Antilla Artisan District|
|Armor||Wu Tugu||Antilla Artisan District|
|Gauntlet / Fist||Krakoff||Antilla Artisan District|
|Helmet||Che Ryun||Antilla Artisan District|
|Orb||Newton||Antilla Artisan District|
|Pants||Carothers||Antilla Artisan District|
|Shield||Mozi||Antilla Artisan District|
|Shoes||Marco Polo||Antilla Artisan District|
|Arrow||Jebe||Antilla Artisan District|
|Bullet||Schmeisser||Antilla Artisan District|
|Music Sheet||Stradivari||Antilla Artisan District|
|Cannonball||Lee Jang-Son||Antilla Artisan District|
|Accessory||Nitot||Antilla Artisan District|
|Action||Chaplin||Antilla Artisan District|
|Book||Shakespeare||Antilla Artisan District|
|Building||Gaudi||Antilla Artisan District|
|Charm||Bi Hyung Rang||Antilla Artisan District|
|Crystal||Paracelsus||Antilla Artisan District|
|Fishing||Kang Tae Gong||Antilla Artisan District|
|Food||Pierre||Antilla Artisan District|
|License||Magus||Antilla Artisan District|
|Machine||Tesla||Antilla Artisan District|
|Mana Stone||Godal||Antilla Artisan District|
|Medicine||Hua Tuo||Antilla Artisan District|
|Scroll||Magus||Antilla Artisan District|
|Sewing||Vega||Antilla Artisan District|
|Stationary||Che Ryun||Antilla Artisan District|
|Tool||Tesla||Antilla Artisan District|
The following tables show how much craft experience is needed to progress each craft skill to a given level.