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June 14, 2019 Events Calendar 2 comments

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mystery#3941

Reldan:

-Discovery crafting may now use items directly from a player’s bank.

Absolute game-changer for Cooking.

Jag#3942

Any good crafting leveling guides out there? I feel like I’m just doing random stuff and probably not using my materials efficiently. I’ve seen Jerich’s overview, but I need a real step-by-step guide.

Reemul#3943

Jag:

Any good crafting leveling guides out there? I feel like I’m just doing random stuff and probably not using my materials efficiently. I’ve seen Jerich’s overview, but I need a real step-by-step guide.

Agree, I really have no clue what I am doing really, apparently if I want to turn silver ore or iron ore in to. As I need to be 75 to unlock them, well annoying.

Murbella#3944

Hanacker:

If your friend has no idea where he should be going, there are bigger problems than the party interface. What if he were solo?

I have run in to the exact same problem multiple times myself though. Depending on luck with dynamic events, you can get stuck in a content gap where you have no reputation quests to do. Then you’re forced to wander aimlessly or go to another starter area, both of which are workarounds for a real problem.

Thankfully, this seems to become less of a problem later on when the world opens up more, but it is a real one early on.

I’ve got about 7 characters to 10+ and it happened to 3.

Razgon#3945

Reemul:

Agree, I really have no clue what I am doing really, apparently if I want to turn silver ore or iron ore in to. As I need to be 75 to unlock them, well annoying.

not lvl 75 characterwise, but crafting wise :-)

Ender#3946

mystery:

I usually “play my kids” as toons in the games I play. I have 4 kids, so that means 4 alts with professions matching their personalities. It also means I play 2 boys and 2 girls.

However, for my main, I typically go female for the same reason as stated above: If I’m going to be looking at an ass for 500+ hours, it better be a female one.

This.
My daughter is always wanting me to play “Ellie”, so I have to oblige her and play GW2 while she sits on my lap to look at all the bears and jaguars.

Ginger_Yellow#3947

[QUOTE]Originally Posted by Jag
Any good crafting leveling guides out there? I feel like I’m just doing random stuff and probably not using my materials efficiently. I’ve seen Jerich’s overview, but I need a real step-by-step guide.

Agree, I really have no clue what I am doing really, apparently if I want to turn silver ore or iron ore in to. As I need to be 75 to unlock them, well annoying. [/QUOTE]

Not really sure what you want beyond Jerich’s guide. It’s totally step by step. Basically, though. Refine stuff until you don’t get XP any more. Then build components with your refined materials. Then do discovery with the components. Rinse and repeat as you unlock new tiers of material/component.

These tips from Jerich’s guide are very good:

Tip #1: Make your refinements and components as soon as they become available.
Refinements and components only give experience for twenty five levels. You will want to front-load them as much as possible because doing so will extract the maximum experience before they go gray. I always start by doing batch refinement of everything I have collected so far and then make enough components for my discovery process. Read section D for an example of how to do this in practice.

Tip #2: Discovery is almost always better than grinding.
The reason why is that discovery yields 100% more bonus experience than grinding on a known recipe. The only reason I would grind is if you are making something that you will use (bags, gear, multiple runes, etc) or if you find an especially easy recipe (cooking and artificer have a lot of these low hanging fruit). Also note that jeweler has less recipes than the other professions. You will most likely have to make duplicates from 25-50. After this, you will have enough recipes to level with discovery. (Thank you wildclaw and Lasmrah for bringing this up)

Tip #3: You should make items appropriate to your sub-tier when possible
You may be tempted to keep leveling a Sub-Tier 1 level item once you hit level 25 because they will still yield experience. Resist the urge. Why? You will level much faster and more efficiently using the Sub-Tier 2 armor that just opened up. This will mean you will have more available fine crafting components for Sub-Tier 3. Since this is the hardest Sub-Tier to get through, you will need to save as many components as possible.

Tip #4: Be adaptable in your level strategy.
Have you been finding a ton of a specific component? Go ahead and discover one of each type of item that component can make. Are you finding an even amount of components? Cherry pick the recipes that use the least amount of materials and make one type of each of those. You should be constantly evaluating what you have available and use the appropriate materials. The main thing to watch out for is the second set of 25 points. Don’t violate Tip #3 if you can help it.

barstein#3948

Reldan:

New Patch

Rocket Boots: This skill is no longer usable underwater. This is a temporary change until we can figure out why players can launch themselves into the sky using this skill.

Darn, I just picked this skill up last night and didn’t even know about that feature.

barstein#3949

Another crafting tip: Don’t be cheap about buying crafting components if you want to build your crafting levels quickly. You will level your craft skills much faster if you invest a little cash. I discovered this pretty late, having falsely assumed that most/all crafting materials would be way overpriced.

Ginger_Yellow#3950

Agree, I really have no clue what I am doing really, apparently if I want to turn silver ore or iron ore in to. As I need to be 75 to unlock them, well annoying.

As for this bit, I’m not really sure I understand what you’re saying. But if you haven’t levelled enough to refine silver or iron ore, then work with copper.

Ginger_Yellow#3951

Another tip on crafting: Don’t be cheap about buying crafting components if you want to build your crafting levels quickly. You will level your craft skills much faster if you invest a little cash. I discovered this pretty late, having falsely assumed that most/all crafting materials would be way overpriced.

On this front there are some totally out there anomalies in mat pricing right now. Some very high level, rare mats are way cheaper than common tier one or two mats, presumably because everyone’s levelling up their crafting.

barstein#3952

That may be true, but when I finally bothered to check I found the copper ore and lower end jewel prices to be very reasonable.

Ginger_Yellow#3953

That may be true, but when I finally bothered to check I found the copper ore and lower end jewel prices to be very reasonable.

They’re reasonable, but they’re not rational, for want of a better word. Last I checked, copper was more expensive than iron or platinum.

Reemul#3954

As for this bit, I’m not really sure I understand what you’re saying. But if you haven’t levelled enough to refine silver or iron ore, then work with copper.

Well this one is obvious, i no longer collect copper all i get is silver and iron, I would like to refine it in to bars but I cannot as I need to be 75 however just refining cooper won’t get me to 75.

This means I need to spend more time levelling jewellery just so i can refine bars. I would have liked refine bars to have been a simple mechanic rather than tied to a specific craft I am doing. I mean I can mine Silver or Iron easy enough I just can’t refine it which seems odd if they level restricted mining the stuff then it would have made more sense to me, it’s not like i need to discover refining.

barstein#3955

Some lunch time entertainment: Ursan Tonic Dancing (via)

Ginger_Yellow#3956

Well this one is obvious, i no longer collect copper all i get is silver and iron, I would like to refine it in to bars but I cannot as I need to be 75 however just refining cooper won’t get me to 75.

This means I need to spend more time levelling jewellery just so i can refine bars. I would have liked refine bars to have been a simple mechanic rather than tied to a specific craft I am doing. I mean I can mine Silver or Iron easy enough I just can’t refine it which seems odd if they level restricted mining the stuff then it would have made more sense to me, it’s not like i need to discover refining.

But the whole reason for you to refine silver at all is to make silver jewellery. The way the GW2 crafting system works, there’s no point in refining except in the context of your craft. If you don’t have a craft that uses iron, say, just sell the iron ore. There’d be no point in you refining it, as the ore would be more valuable to someone with a craft that can use it, and hence can level from refining it.

Hery#3957

But the whole reason for you to refine silver at all is to make silver jewellery. The way the GW2 crafting system works, there’s no point in refining except in the context of your craft. If you don’t have a craft that uses iron, say, just sell the iron ore. There’d be no point in you refining it, as the ore would be more valuable to someone with a craft that can use it, and hence can level from refining it.

Which means that even as a level 75 jewelcrafter you will not be able to refine Iron Ore.

tryte#3958

Copper and Gold ore are priced just above crazy go nuts levels. I found those to be the most difficult to obtain in my climb to almost-400.

I always start by doing batch refinement of everything I have collected so far and then make enough components for my discovery process.

THIS. I would jump right to the discovery process since it was fun, and presumably lose out on crafting levels. It’s fun to watch the bar rapid fire up a few levels though.

Edit: SAVE YOUR SILVER, once you are done with that tier. You can transmute 250 into 55 ish Gold, which is very helpful.

KevinC#3959

Reemul:

Well this one is obvious, i no longer collect copper all i get is silver and iron, I would like to refine it in to bars but I cannot as I need to be 75 however just refining cooper won’t get me to 75.

I’m confused… why would it? I’m unaware of any crafting system in a MMO which allows you to max out the skill through refinement - you need to craft something to advance your skill (or in the case of GW2, use the discovery process for big skill gains).

Sinij#3960

Murbella:

Also, while the game does a great job encouraging non related people to work together, it does everything in its power to make actual grouping painful…

Oh this, so much this. I PvP with my guild, and it is such major pain in the butt to group everyone.

#1 Account name and character name are interchangeable, adding to confusion on who is who.
#2 Auto-complete because of #1 outputs 100% noise
#3 You are limited to groups, making organizing 50+ people group unnecessary complicated. This is too bad, considering some interesting tools commander has. Like drawing on minimap or map markers.
#4 There is no way to get rid of someone in the group who logged off, its reform group time :(

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Leatherworker is a crafting discipline that crafts medium armor pieces usuable by the Ranger, Thief, and Enginer professions. They are also able to craft bags to increase inventory space and craft runes to increase stats for armor.

Master Leatherworkers[edit]

NPC's who are able to teach you the leatherworking profession.

Basics of Leatherwork[edit]

Leatherwork involves combining Insignias with crafting components in the discovery tab to get new recipes. 

Insignia + Crafting component A (i.e. Lining/Sole/Padding)+ Crafting component B (i.e. Upper/Strap/Panel)

Jute and RawhideLeather 0-75[edit]

As a new leatherworker, you will be working with mostly rawhideleather and some jute. The fastest way to level is via discovery rather than making the same items over and over.

Refinements[edit]

The following refinements will be useful for this tier

Bolt of Jute 2x Jute Scrap
Stretched Rawhide Leather Square 2x Rawhide Leather Section

Bags[edit]

You will also be able to make 8 slot Rawhide Leather Pack immediately when you pick up Leatherwork. Each backpack takes 10 Stretched Rawhide Leather Square so you will need 20 Rawhide Leather Section.

8 Slot Rawhide Leather Pack 10x Stretched Rawhide Leather Square
8 Slot Invisible Leather Pack 10x Stretched Rawhide Leather Square + 3x Piles of Glittering Dust
8 Slot Oiled Leather Pack 10x Stretched Rawhide Leather Square + 3x Bone Chips

Invisible Leather Pack make the contents it contains not appear on a vendor   sell list and Oiled Leather Pack will fill itself with junk items first.

The recipe for 8 slot Rawhide Leather Pack is provided but the recipes for the other two will need to be discovered first via the discovery panel

Insignias[edit]

You will be able to make three types of insignia when you first pick up Leatherwork. You gain three additional insignias at L25 and six new ones at L50.

Seekers Set[edit]

Seekers is the first armor set you will be making. Initially you can only make the gloves, boots, chest, and legs but at L25 you will be able to make the headpiece and finally at L50 you can make the shoulders to complete the whole set. 

Leveling[edit]

The general idea here is to refine a big batch of raw materials via refinement into crafting components and then make them into the linings/panels etc for each piece. You generally want to avoid making pants/chests because they cost more mats to make. Once you done that, you make a batch of insignias and gain alot of XP by matching each insignia with the crafting components in the discovery tab.

Shopping List

  • 102 Jute Scraps (makes Bolt of Jute)
  • 38 Spools of Jute (vendor brought)
  • 94 Rawhide Leather Section (makes stretched rawhide leather)
  • 12 Tiny Venom Sac
  • 12 Bone Chip
  • 12 Vial of Weak Blood
  • 36 Tiny Totem
  • 6 Tiny Scale
  • 12 Tiny Claw

1- 25

First, refine all the rawhide leather and jute scraps

Then, make the following crafting components

  • 4x Rawhide Boot Sole (come in pairs)
  • 4x Rawhide Boot Upper
  • 5x Rawhide Gloves Lining
  • 5x Rawhide Gloves Strap

The extra pair of gloves will be used for when you reach L50.

Now, make these insginias

  • 4x Malign Jute Insignias = 1 Bolt of Jute + 3 Tiny Venom Sacs
  • 4x Mighty Jute Insignias = 1 Bolt of Jute + 3 Vial of Weak Blood
  • 2x Vital Jute Insignias = 1 Bolt of Jute + 3 Bone Chips

Use the discovery tab and discover the recipes for Malign and Mighty gloves and boots. The recipe you recall is

Malign Jute Insignia + Rawhide Boot Sole + Rawhide Boot Upper

Mighty Jute Insignia + Rawhide Boot Sole + Rawhide Boot Upper

Malign Jute Insignia + Rawhide Gloves Lining + Rawhide Gloves Strap

Mighty Jute Insigna + Rawhide Gloves Lining + Rawhide Gloves Strap

That is going to leave you with 2x Boot components, 3x Gloves components, 2x Malign, 2x Mighty and 2x Vital Insignias. This should also bring you to L25. 

25-50

Make these crafting components

  • 7x Mask Strap
  • 7x Mask Padding

Make these Insignias

  • 4x Precise Jute Insignias = 1 Bolt of Jute + 3 Tiny Claws
  • 4x Healing Jute Insignias = 1 Bolt of Jute + 3 Tiny Totems
  • 2x Resilient Jute Insignias = 1 Bolt of Jute + 3 Tiny Scales

Use the discovery tab, discover the recipes for 

  • Precise Gloves
  • Precise Boots
  • Healing Gloves
  • Healing Boots

This should consume all the boots components and leave you with enough components for 1 pair of gloves.

It is time to use the Mask components: you are going to discover the recipe for Malign, Mighty, Vital, Precise, Healing and Resilient Mask (in that order, order for last 3 don't matter). The reason you want to use Malign, Mighty and Vital first it is because it is a lower level insignia and will give less XP as you get higher up in Leatherwork This will leave you with 1x Mask components and 1x Glove components and bring you to L50.

50- 75

Make these components: 

  • 7 Shoulderguard Padding
  • 7 Shoulderguard Panel

Make these Insignias

  • 3x Healing Embroidered Jute Insignias = 1 Bolt of Jute + 5 Spools of Jute + 8 Tiny Totem

Now, discover the recipes for (in the particular order listed)

  • Malign, Mighty, Vital, Healing, Precise, and Resilient shoulders
  • Malign Embroidered Gloves
  • Malign Embroidered Mask
  • Malign Embroidered Shoulderguard

Wool & Thin Leather 75 - 150[edit]

Starting at L75, you will be working with Wool and Thin Leather.

Refinements[edit]

Here are the new refinements available at L75.

Bolt of Wool 2 Wool Scrap
Cured Thin Leather Square 2 Thin Leather Section

Bags[edit]

You will be able to make 10 slot bags. At L100 you can make the invisible and oiled variety

10 Slot Thin Leather Pack 10 Cured Thin Leather Squares,  1 Minor Rune of Holding
10 Slot Invisible Leather Pack 10 Cured Thin Leather Squares, 3 Pikes of Shimmering Dust, 1x Minor Rune of Holding
10 Slot Oiled Leather Pack 10 Cured Thin Leather Squares, 1 Minor Rune of Holding, 3 Bone Shards

Insignias[edit]

3 Wool Insignias gained at L75, 4 new ones at L100 and 7 new ones at L125 that allow you to make the (Master) version.

Keep in mind that all the insignias in the wool/thin leather category give out dual stats.

Outlaw Set[edit]

The set made from wool is called the Outlaw set.

Leveling[edit]

Crafting after L75 gets a bit more standardized. You use new tier of raw materials every 75 levels and get both headpieces and shoulders right at the start of a new tier

Shopping List

  • 128 Wool Scraps
  • 152 Thin Leather Sections
  • 64 Spools of Wool (Brought from Master Tailor)
  • 44 Small Venom Sacs
  • 28 Small Claws
  • 12 Vial of Thin Blood
  • 12 Small Fangs
  • 12 Small Scales
  • 12 Small Totems

75-100

Make these crafting components

  • 8 Thin Boot Sole
  • 8 Thin Boot Upper
  • 8 Thin Mask Panel
  • 8 Thin Mask Strap
  • 8 Thin Shoulderguard Padding
  • 8 Thin Shoulderguard Panel
  • 10 Thin Glove Lining
  • 10 Thin Glove Strap

Make these Insignias

  • 4 Ravaging Wool Insignias = 1 Bolt of Wool + 3 Small Venom Sacs
  • 4 Pillaging Wool Insignias = 1 Bolt of Wool + 3 Small Claws

Depending on your WvW bonuses, this may not bring you to L100, if that is the case, discover the recipes for Ravaging and Pillaging gloves.

100-125

Make the following insignias

  • 4 Strong Wool Insignia = 1 Bolt of Wool + 3 Vial of Thin Blood
  • 4 Rejuvenating Wool Insignia = 1 Bolt of Wool +3 Small Totems
  • 4 Honed Wool Insignia = 1 Bolt of Wool + 3 Small Fangs
  • 4 Hearty Wool Insignia = 1 Bolt of Wool + 3 Small Scales.

Now discover the recipes for 

  • Ravaging and Pillaging Boots, Head, Gloves, and Shoulder first. That should be 2x4 = 8 discoveries.
  • Then discover the recipies for Strong, Rejuvenating, Honed and Hearty Boots, Head, Gloves and Shoulder.

This should bring you to L125

L125-150

Make

  • 4 Ravaging Embroidered Wool Insignias = 1 Bolt of Wool +5 Spool of Wool + 8 Small Venom Sacs
  • 2 Pillaging Embroidered Wool Insignias = 1 Bolt of Wool + 5 Spool of Wool + 8 Small Claws

Now, discover the remaining recipes using these Embroidered Wool Insignias. If they don't bring you over to 150, check the trading post to see which fine crafting material of this tier is the cheapest and buy 8 of them to make another Embroidered Insignia for discovery with remaining crafting components. Each discovery should give you at least 1-2 levels. 

Cotton and Coarse Leather 150 to 225[edit]

Refinement[edit]

  • 1 Cotton Bolt = 2x Cotton Scraps
  • 1 Cured Coarse Leather Square =2x Coarse Leather Section

Bags[edit]

You will be able to make 12 slot bags. At L75 you can make the invisible and oiled variety

12 Slot Coarse Leather Pack 10 Cured Coarse Leather Squares,  1 Rune of Holding
12 Slot Invisible Leather Pack 10 Cured Coarse Leather Squares, 3 Piles of Radiant Dust, 1x Rune of Holding
12 Slot Oiled Leather Pack 10 Cured Coarse Leather Squares, 1 Rune of Holding, 3 Bone

Insignias[edit]

Like usual, you get 3 Insignias at L150, then 4 more at L175 and 7 more at L200.

Tailoringsignias150-225.jpg

Leather Set[edit]

The armor made from Cotton and Coarse Leather is the Leather Set

Leveling[edit]

Leveling here is pretty much identical to the method used from 75-150

Shopping List

  • 128 Cotton Scraps
  • 152 Coarse Leather Sections
  • 64 Spools of Cotton (Brought from Master Tailor)
  • 44 Venom Sacs
  • 28 Claws
  • 12 Vial of Blood
  • 12 Fangs
  • 12 Scales
  • 12 Totems


150-175

You are going to make 

  • 8 Coarse Boot Soles
  • 8 Coarse Boot Upper
  • 8 Coarse Goggle padding
  • 8 Coarse Goggle Strap
  • 8 Coarse Shoulderguard Padding
  • 8 Coarse Shoulderguard Panel
  • 10 Coarse Glove Lining
  • 10 Coarse Glove Panel

Make these insignias

  • 4 Ravaging Cotton Insignias = 1 Bolt of Cotton + 3 Venom Sacs
  • 4 Pillaging Cotton Insignias = 1 Bolt of Cotton + 3 Claws

Depending on your WvW bonuses, this may not bring you to L175, if that is the case, discover the recipes for Ravaging and Pillaging gloves.


L175-200

Make the following insignias

  • 4 Strong Cotton Insignia = 1 Bolt of Cotton + 3 Vial of Blood
  • 4 Rejuvenating Cotton Insignia = 1 Bolt of Cotton +3 Totems
  • 4 Honed Cotton Insignia = 1 Bolt of Cotton + 3 Fangs
  • 4 Hearty Cotton Insignia = 1 Bolt of Cotton + 3 Scales.

Now discover the recipes for 

  • Ravaging and Pillaging Boots, Head, Gloves, and Shoulder first. That should be 2x4 = 8 discoveries.
  • Then discover the recipies for Strong, Rejuvenating, Honed and Hearty Boots, Head, Gloves and Shoulder.

This should bring you to L200

L200-225

Make

  • 4 Ravaging Embroidered Cotton Insignias = 1 Bolt of Cotton +5 Spool of Cotton + 8 Venom Sacs
  • 2 Pillaging Embroidered Cotton Insignias = 1 Bolt of Cotton+ 5 Spool of Cotton + 8 Claws

Now, discover the remaining recipes using these Embroidered Cotton Insignias. If they don't bring you over to 225, check the auction house to see which fine crafting material of this tier is the cheapest and buy 8 of them to make another Embroidered Insignia for discovery with remaining crafting components. Each discover should give you at least 1-2 levels. 

Linen and Rugged Leather (225-300)[edit]

Starting at 225, you can make 15 slot bags and those are the bags most people use as they cost a little than half a gold to make.You will need 1 Major Rune of Holding (costs 50 silver, purchased from the Master Leatherworker) and 20 Linen Scraps. It is an excellent way to get rid of some extra Linen Bolts/Scraps as the bags do sell well and you can make a nice bit of profit.

Refinements[edit]

  • 1 Bolt of Linen = 2x Linen Scrap
  • 1 Cured Rugged Leather Square= 2 Rugged Leather Sections

Bags[edit]

You will be able to make 15 slot bags. At L250 you can make the invisible and oiled variety

15 Slot Thin Leather Pack 10 Cured Rugged Leather Squares,  1 Major Rune of Holding
15 Slot Invisible Leather Pack 10 Cured Rugged Leather Squares, 3 Piles of Luminous Dust, 1x Major Rune of Holding
15 Slot Oiled Leather Pack 10 Cured Rugged Leather Squares, 1 Major Rune of Holding, 3 Bone Shards

Insignias[edit]

Beware that starting at L225, the Insignias have entirely different names and start giving out triple stats.

Leveling[edit]

There is a slight change in which fine crafting components you want to gather/purchase with the new insignias in this tier. 

Shopping List

  • 128 Linen Scraps
  • 152 Rugged Leather Sections
  • 64 Spools of Linen (Brought from Master Tailor)
  • 44 Sharp Fangs
  • 28 Heavy Bones
  • 12 Vial of Thick Blood
  • 12 Full Venom Sacs
  • 12 Sharp Claws
  • 12 Engraved Totems


225-250

You are going to refine the linen scraps and the rugged leather sections and make

  • 8 Rugged Boot Sole
  • 8 Rugged Boot Upper
  • 8 Rugged Goggle Strap
  • 8 Rugged Goggle Padding
  • 8 Rugged Shoulderguard Padding
  • 8 Rugged Shoulderguard Panel
  • 10 Rugged Glove Panel
  • 10 Rugged Glove Strap


Make these insignias

  • 4 Carrion Linen Insignias = 1 Bolt of Linen + 3 Heavy Bones
  • 4 Valkyrie Linen Insignias = 1 Bolt of Linen + 3 Sharp Fangs

Depending on your WvW bonuses, this may not bring you to L250, if that is the case, discover the recipes for Carrion and Valkyrie gloves.


250-275

Make the following insignias

  • 4 Rampager's Linen  Insignia = 1 Bolt of Linen + 3 Full Venom Sacs
  • 4 Cleric's LinenInsignia = 1 Bolt of Linen +3 Engraved Totems
  • 4 Explorerer's Linen Insignia = 1 Bolt of Linen+ 3 Sharp Claws
  • 4 Berserker's Linen Insignia = 1 Bolt of Linen + 3 Vials of Thick Blood

Now discover the recipes for 

  • Carrion and Valkyrie Boots, Head, Gloves, and Shoulder first. That should be 2x4 = 8 discoveries.
  • Then discover the recipies for Rampager's, Clerics's Explorerer's and Berserker's Boots, Head, Gloves and Shoulder.

This should bring you to L275

275-300

Make

  • 4 Valkyrie Embroidered Linen Insignias = 1 Bolt of Linen +5 Spool of Linen + 8 Sharp Fangs
  • 2 Carrion Embroidered Linen Insignias = 1 Bolt of Linen + 5 Spool of Linen + 8 Heavy Bones

Now, discover the remaining recipes using these Embroidered Linen Insignias. If they don't bring you over to 225, check the auction house to see which fine crafting material of this tier is the cheapest and buy 8 of them to make another Embroidered Insignia for discovery with remaining crafting components. Each discover should give you at least 1-2 levels. 

Silk and Thick Leather (300-375)[edit]

You are now on the home stretch for reaching 400 and will be dealing with silks and thick leather for this section. You can also make 18 slot bags at this point but the Greater Rune of Holding costs 2 g each, making them fairly expensive.

Refinements[edit]

  • 1 Bolt of Silk = 2 Silk Scraps
  • 1 Cured Thick Leather Square = 2 Thick Leather Section

Bags[edit]

You will be able to make 15 slot bags. At L250 you can make the invisible and oiled variety

18 Slot Thin Leather Pack 10 Cured Thick Leather Squares,  1 Greater Rune of Holding
18 Slot Invisible Leather Pack 10 Cured Thick Leather Squares, 3 Piles of Incandescent Dust, 1x Greater Rune of Holding
18 Slot Oiled Leather Pack 10 Cured Thick Leather Squares, 1 Greater Rune of Holding, 3 Large Bones

Insignias[edit]

Insignias follow the same pattern as the linen category. You get 3 insignias at L300, 4 new ones at L325 and 7 new ones at L350.

Leveling[edit]

Crafting Recipes
[edit]

Here you can find a list of all the recipes of items you can make in game along with level need and what mats/amount of mats needed.

Bag[edit]

Boots[edit]

Coats[edit]

Crafting component[edit]

Gloves
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Helms[edit]

Insignia
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Leggings[edit]

Refinement[edit]

Shoulders[edit]

Upgrade Component
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Leatherworker

Last Edited: November 4, 2016 at 9:49 PM

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Unfortunately, crafting in GW2 is a little bit different than in other MMORPGs. Starting slow and gradually developing your crafting skills as you sell your low-tier items is not an option. It’s basically impossible to make any money on low-level crafts.

 

With Tomes of Knowledge (and some other sources of quick experience) being widely available, very few players actually take their time to level up in the old fashioned way. That makes the low-level equipment almost worthless.

 

At the same time, crafting endgame gear is definitely still valuable. But to create the strongest armors in the game, you have to level up your crafting discipline to the required level (at least 400). This created a peculiar economy, where the market is flooded with basically worthless items. Players are basically wasting materials to craft them only because it’s the only way of leveling to 400, at which you can start making some useful stuff.

 

The obvious downside (besides the complete lack of non-endgame economy) is having to invest some gold into leveling, without getting any immediate returns. On the other hand, the process is not time-gated in any way. If you have enough money, you can level extremely quickly and conveniently.    

 

If you expected to gather materials while questing, just to craft a new armor set every ten or so levels, you’re going to be disappointed. Armorsmith, just like every other equipment crafting discipline, has two important milestones during the leveling process. The first at level 400. At this point, you can start crafting some really strong runes and the Exotic-grade armor sets. While they’re not exactly the best in slot, they are much more than decent. You can easily go for dungeons as well as most fractals and raids with a good Exotic set.

 

The second milestone is at level 500, which is also the crafting level cap. Hitting it lets you craft the Ascended armor, which is the most powerful tier in the game (equal stats to the much harder to get Legendary tier). Creating it is not only expensive, but also time-gated. You’re probably going to want it at some point though.

 

Of course, crafting is not the only way of getting Exotic and Ascended armor sets. They can be earned by completing dungeons, fractals, and raids. The obvious advantage of crafting is the control over the items that you’ll be getting, what makes it much more reliable. At the same time, there's a single great thing about the armor crafting disciplines. While a single character will often use multiple kinds of weapons, depending on the build that they're running, they will always wear the same type of armor. Armor class is one of the profession-defining mechanics in GW2, so if you level an Armorsmith, you have the guarantee that you will always be able to craft equipment for all the soldier professions.  

 

All the recipes are divided in tiers, based on the crafting level required to actually make them. The list of all tiers looks like this:

 

Novice - level 0-75

 

Initiate - level 75-150

 

Apprentice - level 150-225

 

Jounreyman - level 225-300

 

Adept - level 300-399

 

Master - level 400-499

 

Grandmaster - level 500

 

Endgame Armorsmithing

After hitting the most important threshold – level 400, you will be able to craft the Draconic Armor Set. Using the right Insignia, you can make this Exotic armor strong enough for a lot of the post-80 content.

 

At the same time, you get access to crafting some really powerful runes. Every armor crafting discipline can produce the quite popular Superior Rune of Strength. There also are some interesting Armorsmith exclusives. Most of them are mainly focused around increasing survivability, but Superior Rune of the Krait is a great example of a condition DPS boost. Most of the superior runes require recipes to be crafted. The recipes can be acquired in a few ways. Some of them can be bought from certain vendors. You cna find the others when open a dungeon chest.

 

The level 400 Master recipes also include four gifts that can be crafted by Armorsmiths. They are: Gift of Light, Gift of Darkness, Gift of Entertainment and Gift of Weather. All fo those are used in some Legendary weapon recipes in the Mystic Forge. Just remember, the Legendary components are account bound, so you can only make them for personal use.

 

After hitting level 500, you unlock the possibility of crafting the Heavy Illustrious Armor Set. As we already mentioned, stat-wise it can match even the Legendary gear. That being said, crafting Ascended gear is a multi-stage process that requires plenty of recipes and a lot of time. The time-gating makes crafting a whole Heavy Illustrious Set from scratch takes at least 25 days. However, it’s still faster than light and medium variants that take 36 days each.

 

That’s why many people elect to stay with the Exotic armors for a longer time. At least until they get enough gold for some of the intermediate materials which make the process significantly quicker. Crafting those intermediates is also a great way to make money with a level 500 Armorsmith. Time-gating ensures that the supply is never too high and keeps the demand relatively high.

 

Armorsmith Leveling Guide

The leveling process, especially pre-400, can be a bit annoying. You’re going to have to spend some gold on a lot of ingredients just to craft tons of worthless items. The expected returns for those products are insignificant. You’re basically paying gold to get experience.

  

That’s why many players use online calculators to find the cheapest and fastest way of getting through this part. We’re going to show you an example of an efficient route that you can use to get maxed out. Keep in mind that the prices of materials can change over time, so you always want to use an up-to-date one.

 

Armorsmithing 1-400

This part is basically a necessary evil. Consider it an entry fee. You have to pay some gold to get your crafting license and start making the good stuff. Unfortunately, Armorsmith is one of the more expensive ones. The initial investment cost can exceed over 40 gold and you won’t get almost any of that back. Just remember, the price is going to be worth it when we get to 400. Luckily, the process is at least fast and simple. 

 

Materials to buy from NPC Vendor

33x Lump of Coal

30x Spool of Wool Thread

26x Spool of Silk Thread

26x Spool of Jute Thread

29x Spool of Linen Thread

33x Spool of Cotton Thread

54x Lump of Primordium

 

Materials to collect or buy from Trading Post

186x Iron Ore

58x Mithril Ore

108x Platinum Ore

90x Jute Scrap

158x Wool Scrap

170x Cotton Scrap

66x Linen Scrap

210x Silk Scrap

80x Tiny Venom Sac

80x Small Venom Sac

57x Vial of Blood

57x Small Totem

6x Heavy Bone

6x Large Fang

1x Onyx Core

16x Molten Shard

1x Molten Core

8x Corrupted Core

19x Bronze Helmet Casing

10x Bronze Pauldron Lining

10x Bronze Pauldron Casing

7x Bronze Chain Boot

1x Iron Casque Casing

2x Darksteel Helmet Casing

19x Healing Jute Insignia

1x Hunter’s Wool Insignia

13x Hunter’s Embroidered Cotton Insignia

1x Ravaging Cotton Insignia

7x Malign Jute Insignia

27x Assassin’s Linen Insignia

10x Wool Patch

10x Jute Patch

720x Lucent Mole

18x Charm of Potence

 

Level 1

72x Pile of Lucent Crystal

45x Bolt of Jute

7x Bronze Chain Boots Lining

Discover Malign Chain Boots by combining Bronze Chain Boots Lining, Bronze Chain Boots Panel and Malign Jute Insignia, then make 6 more of them

 

Level 25

19x Bronze Helmet Lining

Use the last item, Bronze Helmet Casing and Jute Healing Insignia to discover Healing Chain Helm and make 18 more of them.

 

Level 50

10x Malign Embroidered Jute Insignia

Discover Malign Chain Pauldrons by combining Bronze Pauldron Lining, Bronze Pauldron Casing and Malign Embroidered Jute Insignia

 

Level 75

79x Bolt of Wool

29x Iron Ingot

30x Iron Casque Lining

29x Iron Casque Casing

Use the two last items and Hunter’s Wool Insignia to discover Hunter’s Scale Helm

 

Level 100

19x Rejuvenating Wool Insignia

Combine it with Iron Casque Lining and Iron Casque Casing to discover Rejuvenating Scale Helm. Then make 18 more.

 

Level 125

10x Ravaging Embroidered Wool Insignia

Use it alongside Iron Casque Lining and Iron Casque Casing in order to discover Ravaging Scale Helm and make 9 more.

 

Level 150

85x Bolt of Cotton

33x Steel Ingot

33x Steel Splint Helmet Lining

33x Steel Splint Helmet Casing

Combine the two last items with Ravaging Cotton Insignia and discover Ravaging Split Helm.

 

Level 175

19x Strong Cotton Insignia

Use it alongside the Steel Splint Helmet Lining and the Steel Splint Helmet Casing to discover Strong Split Helm and make 18 more of them.

 

Level 200

Discover Hunter’s Splint Helm by combining Steel Splint Helmet Lining, Steel Splint Helmet Casing and Hunter’s Cotton Insignia. Make 12 more of them.

 

Level 225

54x Darksteel Ingot

33x Bolt of Linen

27x Darksteel Pauldron Casing

27x Darksteel Pauldron Lining

2x Darksteel Helmet Lining

2x Carrion Linen Insignia

Discover Carrion Tempered Scaled Helm by combining Darksteel Helm Casing, Darksteel Helm Lining and Carrion Linen Insignia

 

Level 250

Use Darksteel Pauldron Casing, Darksteel Pauldron Lining and Assassin’s Linen Insignia to discover Assassin’s Tempered Scale Pauldrons. Carft 26 more of them.

 

Level 275

Discover Major Rune of Fire by combining 4x Pile of Lucent Crystal, 2x Molten Shard and 1x Charm of Potence. Then create 7 more.

 

Level 300

70x Bolt of Silk

29x Mithril Ingot

23x Mithril Helmet Casing

23x Mithril Helmet Lining

2x Valkyrie Silk Insignia

1x Mithril Pauldron Casing

1x Mithril Pauldron Lining

1x Mithril Boot Casing

1x Mithril Boot Lining

1x Mithril Gauntlet Lining

1x Mithril Gauntlet Plates

Discover Valkyrie Barbaric Helm with Mithril Helmet Casing, Mithril Helmet Lining and Valkyrie Silk Insignia

 

Level 325

19x Rampager’s Silk Insignia

Use it alongside Mithril Helmet Casing and Mithril Helmet Lining to discover Rampager’s Barbaric Helm. Then make 18 more.

 

Level 350

Discover Major Rune of Svanir with 4x Pile of Lucent Crystal, 1x Corrupted Core and 1x Charm of Potence. Make 7 more of them.

 

Level 375

There are seven discoveries at this point.

Major Rune of the Fire – 4x Pile of Lucent Crystal, 1x Molten Core, 1x Charm of Potence (it’s other recipe this time, so it’s still technically a discovery)

Major Rune of the Earth - 4x Pile of Lucent Crystal, Onyx Core, Charm of Potence

Carrion Gladiator Helm – Mithril Helmet Casing, Mithril Helmet Lining, Carrion Intricate Silk Insignia

Assassin’s Gladiator Pauldrons – Mithril Pauldron Casing, Mithril Pauldron Lining, Assassin’s Intricate Silk Insignia

Assassin’s Gladiator Boots – Mithril Boot Casing, Mithril Boot Lining, Assassin’s Intricate Silk Insignia

Assassin’s Gladiator Gauntlets – Mithril Gauntlet Lining, Mithril Gauntlet Plates, Assassin’s Intricate Silk Insignia

Assassin’s Gladiator Helm – Mithril Helmet Casing, Mithril Helmet Lining, Assassin’s Intricate Silk Insignia

 

Following this exact route should allow you to hit 400. At this point, you probably should prioritize crafting an Exotic armor set (if you don’t have one already). At this point, you get the privilege of crafting items that actually have some value (Exotic armor pieces and superior runes). If you’re not in a rush for Ascended armor, it might be a good idea to wait with power leveling and just craft the good items as you need them or when you can make money off of them. That being said, if you’re a completionist, you can go straight for the 500, it’s not even that much of a gold sink since you can get some returns now.

 

Armorsmith 400-500

Unlike the last part, this is definitely not a must-have for every player. That being said, if you’re a completionist, you can go straight for the level 500, it’s not even that much of a gold sink, since you can get some returns now. Here’s an example of a route that you could take.

 

Materials to buy from NPC Vendor

42x Spool of Gossamer Thread

 

Materials to collect or buy from Trading Post

65x Orichalcum Ignot

36x Bolt of Gossamer

1x Orichalcum Boot Casing

1x Orichalcum Gauntlet Plates

6x Shaman’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

4x Cavalier Intricate Gossamer Insignia

6x Rabid Intricate Gossamer Insignia

4x Magi’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

4x Soldier Intricate Gossamer Insignia

6x Dire Intricate Gossamer Insignia

 

Level 400

At this point we mostly prepare the components for discoveries in later levels. If you want to get to level 500 as efficiently as possible, you're going to have to discover a lot of items.

 

6x Orichalcum Helmet Lining

6x Orichalcum Helmet Casing

6x Orichalcum Pauldron Casing

6x Orichalcum Pauldron Lining

6x Orichalcum Boot Lining

6x Orichalcum Gauntlet Lining

5x Orichalcum Gauntlet Plates

5x Orichalcum Boot Casing

3x Orichalcum Leggings Lining

3x Orichalcum Leggings Panel

3x Orichalcum Chestplate Padding

3x Orichalcum Chestplate Panel

 

Discover Cavalier’s Draconic Boots with Orichalcum Boot Casing, Orichalcum Boot Lining and Cavalier’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Discover Cavalier’s Draconic Gauntlet by combining Orichalcum Gauntlet Plates, Orichalcum Gauntlet Lining and Cavalier’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

 

Level 425

There are eight discoveries in this tier:

Rabid Draconic Pauldrons - Orichalcum Pauldron Lining, Orichalcum Pauldron Casing, Rabid Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Dire Draconic Pauldrons - Orichalcum Pauldron Lining, Orichalcum Pauldron Casing, Dire Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Rabid Draconic Boots - Orichalcum Boot Lining, Orichalcum Boot Casing, Rabid Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Dire Draconic Boots - Orichalcum Boot Lining, Orichalcum Boot Casing, Dire Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Rabid Draconic Gauntlets – Orichalcum Gauntlet Lining, Orichalcum Gauntlet Plates, Rabid Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Rabid Draconic Helm - Orichalcum Helmet Lining, Orichalcum Helmet Casing, Rabid Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Dire Draconic Helm - Orichalcum Helmet Lining, Orichalcum Helmet Casing, Dire Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Shaman’s Draconic Helm - Orichalcum Helmet Lining, Orichalcum Helmet Casing, Shaman’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

 

Level 450

Nine discoveries here:

Magi’s Draconic Pauldrons - Orichalcum Pauldron Lining, Orichalcum Pauldron Casing, Magi’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Shaman’s Draconic Pauldrons - Orichalcum Pauldron Lining, Orichalcum Pauldron Casing, Shaman’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Rabid Draconic Legs – Orichalcum Legging Lining, Orichalcum Legging Panel, Rabid Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Magi’s Draconic Boots - Orichalcum Boot Lining, Orichalcum Boot Casing, Magi’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Shaman’s Draconic Boots - Orichalcum Boot Lining, Orichalcum Boot Casing, Shaman’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Dire Draconic Gauntlets - Orichalcum Gauntlet Lining, Orichalcum Gauntlet Plates, Dire Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Magi’s Draconic Gauntlets - Orichalcum Gauntlet Lining, Orichalcum Gauntlet Plates, Magi’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Shaman’s Draconic Gauntlets - Orichalcum Gauntlet Lining, Orichalcum Gauntlet Plates, Shaman’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

Magi’s Draconic Helm – Orichalcum Helm Lining, Orichalcum Helm Casing, Magi’s Intricate Gossamer Insignia

 

Level 475

This final step requires 11 discoveries. You should see the pattern already, so we’re not going to break down the recipes.

Soldier’s Draconic Pauldrons

Cavalier’s Draconic Pauldrons

Dire Draconic Legs

Shaman’s Draconic Legs

Soldier’s Draconic Boots

Soldier’s Draconic Gauntlets

Rabid Draconic Coat

Dire Draconic Coat

Shaman’s Draconic Coat

Soldier’s Draconic Helm

Cavalier’s Draconic Helm

 

GW2 Armorsmith guide

At this point, you should be fully maxed out in the Armorsmith discipline. That allows you for crafting every item that this crafting class has access to. Some of the most valuable endgame products will require having a recipe (you can’t just discover them like that - you need to buy or get an actual recipe-item). You can also start crafting your Ascended armor, as we already mentioned it’s going to require not only the recipes, but also plenty of time.

 

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Guild wars 2

This hit ArenaNet MMORPG still has a lot to offer to its players' community. Over 5 million copies have been sold before GW2 switched to the limited free-to-play system in 2015. Gamers can pick out of nine available professions and enjoy the huge amoutn of freedom in terms of creating their personal favorite builds through traits, specializtions and equipment choice. Moreover, you can max out at least two crafting disciplines on each of your characters. The remaining ones are: Artificier, Huntsman, Weaponsmith, Tailor, Leatherworker, Scribe, Chef (Cooking) and Jeweler. 

 

There are plenty of things to do in the endgame. PvE activities include dungeons, fractals and raids. In terms of PvP, gamers can grind their rank in structured PvP (most notably the Conquest mode) or partake in the huge World versus World (WvW) fights that put together players from multiple servers.  

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Over the years, Guild Wars 2 has taken away countless hours from hundreds of thousands of gamers across the planet in exchange for an action-packed adventure like none other. And the game is still one of the most popular ones in the genre with hundreds, if not thousands of brand new players logging in to the game every week. So, with this new horde of players coming in, we took the time out to bring you a detailed Guild Wars 2 leveling guide, allowing these players to quickly reach the coveted level 80.

Guild Wars 2 Leveling Guide

Like other MMORPG titles, Guild Wars 2 requires serious dedication and commitment. However, when you reach the end game, they are all worth it as it is only then, the game gets exciting. You get to take on impossible raids, battle with massive bosses and the best of all, annihilate your friends in PvP. But, to achieve all this, you have to level up which can get quite time-consuming, if you don’t do it right.

So, to save your time, we have comprised a detailed Guild Wars 2 leveling guide. We guarantee after going through this guide, you will know exactly what to do in the game in order to reach that coveted level 80 mark. So, without further ado, let’s begin.

Guild Wars 2 Guide: Level 1-25

Starting off in Guild Wars 2 can be a pretty tedious job as initially, the newly-made characters are quite weak and hence are unable to take out enemies quickly. Plus, since new players are unable to farm dungeons, gathering ample amount of experience is near impossible.

So, if you wish to quickly level up during the very first stages of Guild Wars 2, you will have to tilt towards Map Completion and Personal Story. These two are the best ways to gather large amounts of experience. Furthermore, the Edge of the Mista is another way to level up quickly. However, for that, you would need a Commander to follow.

The first thing to do once you land in the game is unlock Waypoints for Caledon Forest, Plains of Ashford and Queensdale. However, to unlock these, you would need to first complete the tutorial. It is only after completing this, you are going to be allowed to enter your races’ respective capital city. Once that is done, head on over to Lion’s Arch and find the portals for the three cities mentioned above.

 

After opening up the portals for all three of these locations, head straight on out of their main gates and go towards the racial zones. From here on out, it is just grinding. However, since the area is filled to the brim with enemies, you can easily reach level 15 in just a couple of hours.

As soon as you hit the level 15 mark, it is time for you to head on over to complete your personal story as your level will already be higher than that of your quest requirements. As a result, completing these quests will be like spreading warm butter on a toast. So, by the time you are level 25, you will be done with your personal story and will have sufficient loot to carry on with the more serious fights and enemies.

Guild Wars 2 Guide: Level 25-35

Once you hit the level 35 mark, you can quickly and easily level up by following around your Commander and his group. However, since most of the time, the enemy team is there to deprive you of experience. Hence,  accumulating it can be quite difficult. As a result, to remedy this, we advise you to dwell inside the Edge of the Mists. Here the chances of coming across an opposing team are quite rare, hence you can level up in peace.

Another way to quickly boost up your level is by entering in the PvP section of Guild Wars. Now, this bit is a bit more intense as you are competing against other players. However, once you get the hang of your character and its abilities, winning fights will not be an issue. Plus, as you win more and more fights, you will rank up your Reward Track, from which you can get your hands on the Tome of Knowledge.

These Tomes provide the players with an instant level up, once used. So, you can imagine just how incredible and valuable the PvP section is in Guild Wars 2. However, on a side note, we would advise you to constantly keep a track of the meta-game as many players will be using it to their advantage. So, it is advised you do the same.

Guild Wars 2 Guide: Level 35-60

Level 35 is where Guild Wars 2 starts to get exciting as you now unlock the opportunity to go on raids and dungeons. These dungeon fights require quite a bit of time and effort as the difficulty curve is quite steep but in the end, it is worth it. You receive a ton of experience and loot, allowing you to become even stronger.

Furthermore, if you wish to make things go faster, we advise you carry along a team of experienced players who have previously completed these dungeons. We say this because doing so will not only save you time but also effort.

So, the question here rises, which dungeon to head into first. Well, it is highly, highly recommended you start off at the Ascalonian Catacombs found in the Plains of Ashford. Continue on with the dungeons till you hit Level 45 after which you can move towards the explorable paths in Caudecus’ Manor. From here you will have a total of 6 different explorable paths to go through each day. At Level 55, you can head into the Twilight Arbor which will further add two explorable paths.

On a related note, while you are grinding your way through the different dungeon, keep a check of your Traits as these are something which are quite under-rated. However, if you manage to unlock them at the right moment, you can save up quite a bit of time, and earn even more experience points. As a result, complete the requirements of your traits, as soon as possible.

Guild Wars 2 Guide: Level 60-80

As soon as you reach Level 60, it is time for you to unlock your Master Tier Traits. And like we mentioned before, it is advised you go through all of the paths, completing every single tree and obtain every single Trait. We say this because following this will not only make your character stronger but you will also receive massive amounts of experience. Hence, saving you both time and money.

Moreover, by this time in your game, you should start making your way to Dredgehaunt Cliffs (south of Hoelbrak) and Fireheart Rise (north of the Black Citadel). This is because here you will find two more dungeons called Sorrow’s Embrace and Citadel of Flame, plus an additional 6 explorable paths.

Sorrow’s Embrace will give the option of choosing from a total of 11 explorable dungeon paths. However, it is highly recommended you do all of them if you wish to level up quicker and earn exotic rewards. As a result, if all are done, you can easily jump to the level 75 rank. (Follow Path 1 and 3 if you wish to do it quickly)

After this, head towards the Citadel of Flame which gives you some of the quickest dungeon paths in the game. Complete the challenges and paths which await you here and in no time, you will have reached the coveted level 80 rank which means our job here is done.

Final Words

Now we understand that it looks easy talking about it here but trust us. If you follow our Guild Wars 2 leveling guide, you will cut the time it took previously to level up by at least half. But even then, we know doing all this will take you more than a few weeks. So, stop wasting time and get in Guild Wars 2 right now.

On a side note, if you come across issues with lag or high ping in Guild Wars 2 which is coming in the way of your leveling up, then don’t worry. We have you covered there as well. Check out Guild Wars 2 High Ping guide for more details on the matter.

Comment below and let us know what you think of our Guild Wars 2 Leveling Guide. If you think we missed out on some tips or tricks which you can use to level up your character faster or will help in cutting down on time, mention the details of it down below. We will do our best to incorporate them in the guide above.

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Among the eight different crafting disciplines in Guild Wars 2, Tailors craft light-armor for Mesmer, Necromancer, and Elementalist professions. Apart from the basic light-armor elements, the tailors can also craft items like inventory bags and runes, etc. as the upgrade materials.

Now, since Guild Wars 2 only allows you to practice 2 crafting disciplines at a time, one should know about the NPCs that can make you a tailor for a humble fee (10 bronze coins). The list is as follows:

  • Giita (Lion’s Arch)
  • Rikkta (Rata Sum)
  • Iriun (The Grove)
  • Braugh Steelfoot (The Black Citadel)
  • Yaladen (Caledon Forest)
  • Hyasinth (Divinity’s Reach)

You can start crafting any time you want but since most of the materials become useful after level 10, it’s better that you keep gathering the materials first and then start crafting later to create more items in lesser time. For a detailed run-down on crafting in Guild Wars 2, read our Crafting Guide.

Guild Wars 2 – Basic Formula for Crafting
It’s important in any crafting discipline that one should know about the raw materials so that even on random, useful materials can be attained. Overall, being a tailor, the following formula should work for you:

Crafted Item = Leather Component + Piece of Cloth + Insignia+ Trophy

Adding Insignia to a crafted item provides additional stats to the armor, and trophies (collected as drop items) can be used to make them. Trophies, however, can also be used directly in the recipes. One can craft insignias from six types materials: Bones, Claws, Scales, Totems, Venom Sacs and Vials of Blood.

Different Insignias with the same crafting materials can get you three types of armor; The (Simple), The Rugular and The (Master Piece). Depending on the type of Insignia used, the effectiveness increases from (Simple) to (Master). For example, if it’s a Mighty Embroidered Coat, the (Master Piece will have the highest power with Regular coming in second place.

Guild Wars 2 – Materials and Refinement
Basic materials that can be used by a tailor during crafting are: Jute, Wool, Cotton, Linen, Silk, Gossamer. All of these materials cannot be used right from the start, and you will only be able to use them after you have reached a certain level of crafting. Jute and Wool will be the materials you will be dealing with mostly until level 75-100 approx.

Now, for crafting, you mostly need to use the process of refinement to make the crafting materials that can be directly used in crafting process. As a tailor, you can refine the following items in Guild Wars 2:

Bolt of Jute

  • Difficulty Level (0)
  • Materials (2x Jute Scrap)

Stretched Rawhide Leather

  • Difficulty Level (0)
  • Materials (2x Rawhide Leather Scrap)

Bolt of Wool

  • Difficulty Level (75)
  • Materials (2x Wool Scrap)

Cured Thin Leather Square

  • Difficulty Level (75)
  • Materials (2x Thin Leather Section)

Bolt of Cotton

  • Difficulty (150)
  • Materials (2x Scrap of Cotton)

Cured Coarse Leather Square

  • Difficulty Level (150)
  • Materials (2x Coarse Leather Section)

Bolt of Linen

  • Difficulty Level (225)
  • Materials (2x Linen Scrap)

Cured Rugged Leather Square

  • Difficulty Level (225)
  • Materials (2x Rugged Leather Section)

Bolt of Silk

  • Difficulty Level (300)
  • Materials (2x Silk Scrap)

Cured Thick Leather Square

  • Difficulty Level (300)
  • Materials (2x Thick Leather Section)

Bolt of Gossamer

  • Difficulty Level (375)
  • Materials (2x Gossamer Scraps)

Cured Hardened Leather

  • Difficulty Level (375)
  • Materials (2x Hardened Level Section)

Guild Wars 2 – Tailor Crafting Recipes
To craft materials, you can either follow certain recipes, or you can mix materials at your own will to create some. To me, it’s better to follow different recipes rather than using the same over and over again to level up faster.

If you need a detailed list of recipes for various items and crafting components, you can check out Tailor Crafting Recipes Database. You will find the recipes for various crafting components and items along the respective crafting levels.

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If you find crafting interesting, but would like to use it as a reliable source of income to make gold, you will see live all the most profitable items to craft.

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