Level Up Leatherworking to Max 500 | Leatherworker is a crafting discipline that makes medium armor, which is useful to adventurers (engineers, rangers, and thieves). Leatherworkers also craft runes and packs that can be used by any profession. Crafting requires the use of a crafting station.
- Level 80 character
Speak to any of these NPCs to become a leatherworker and to buy crafting supplies. Swapping active disciplines costs 10 Copper coin per level already attained in the target discipline.
A Crafting station is a place where characters can craft items by combining various crafting materials and discover new recipes. They also provide banker services.
When you approach a crafting station a yellow prompt will appear. Click the prompt or type “F” to open the crafting panel. The crafting panel has 5 tabs on the navigation bar on the left edge. The “Production” panel is open by default. On the left is a list of all known recipes. You may search for a particular recipe by entering part of its name into the search box on top. You may display a sub-set of recipes by using the filters available on a drop down menu, displayed when you click the down arrow to the right of the search box. When you select a particular recipe, the ingredients are displayed in the main area with the number of each available for crafting. Any ingredients with insufficient quantity are shown in red. If you have sufficient ingredients then both the “Craft” and “Craft All” buttons light. Enter the number you wish to craft to the left of the “Craft” button on the bottom then click it. Alternatively, click the “Craft All” button. You may also click the magnifying glass icon to the right of any ingredient to display its recipe.
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