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Name Ability Difficulty Requirements Base Stats Description
small painting 20 Silver: 10
0.0 A small work of art, on a scrap of parchment or a stray page from a book - also close to the size you could tuck into a book with a guilty look if someone walked in and startled you! Culture and convenience.
medium painting 20 Silver: 20
0.0 A medium sized work of art, your average painting that is of a size (if not always of merit) to be framed and hung on a wall.
large painting 20 Silver: 50
0.0 A large artwork, rarely on a very large canvas, more often a painted tapestry or a triptych, a mural, etc.
small sculpture 20 Silver: 10
0.0 A small work of art, often a carving or a small (think palm-sized to head sized) sculpture. Of things! Or not things. Your art is your own.
medium sculpture 20 Silver: 30
0.0 A medium sized work of art, sculpture up to about man-sized. Most often clay, sometimes that clay is metal-coated and adorned with a variety of materials. You can represent the metal casting by adorning your sculpture with the desired resources.
large sculpture 30 Silver: 200
0.0 A large sculpture, these are big. Even if made of clay or wood frames and merely cast in metal (or not at all), they are monstrously heavy and hard to move. Can be adorned with metal (and gems, etc) to cover the clay.
painted mask 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 1
Secondary Materials:
silk: 1
Tertiary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Decorative masks are sure to make their wearer mysterious and fashionable. Because they are prohibited in public, be sure to put one on when only when entering private rooms! Masks are works of art, providing no protection and requiring repair once their quality level has diminished from use. The mask's name is used instead of identity, so for instance, A Fox Mask would grant a female wearer the identity of A Lady wearing A Fox Mask. The wearer's description will similarly be covered by whatever altdesc is provided during creation.
tchotchke all 10 Silver: 10
0.0 Every artisan has the knack of making things, and this recipe represents all the little decorate/non functional items people's domiciles seem to fill up with. Souvenir sea shells, flower arrangements, ceramic unicorns and ashtrays and what have you. Can be adorned however you like, but have no function beyond whatever rp application you can give them. These should just be what can be reasonable made/obtained.
Cheap Perfume apothecary 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 5
Secondary Materials:
glass: 2
Tertiary Materials:
imitation stone: 5
0.0 When attempting to puzzle out how to turn lead into gold, concoct undetectable poisons, or devise substances that the Faith would declare heretical, many of those with an talent for alchemy create truly lovely fragrances.
Perfume apothecary 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious metal: 5
Secondary Materials:
glass: 2
Tertiary Materials:
semiprecious stone: 5
0.0 When attempting to puzzle out how to turn lead into gold, concoct undetectable poisons, or devise substances that the Faith would declare heretical, many of those with an talent for alchemy create truly lovely fragrances.
Expensive Perfume apothecary 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 5
Secondary Materials:
glass: 2
Tertiary Materials:
precious stone: 5
0.0 When attempting to puzzle out how to turn lead into gold, concoct undetectable poisons, or devise substances that the Faith would declare heretical, many of those with an talent for alchemy create truly lovely fragrances.
ceramic mask apothecary 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious stone: 1
Secondary Materials:
silk: 1
Tertiary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Alchemists have learned to combine materials into strong and versatile ceramics. Decorative masks are sure to make their wearer mysterious and fashionable. Because they are prohibited in public, be sure to put one on when only when entering private rooms! Masks are works of art, providing no protection and requiring repair once their quality level has diminished from use. The mask's name is used instead of identity, so for instance, A Fox Mask would grant a female wearer the identity of A Lady wearing A Fox Mask. The wearer's description will similarly be covered by whatever altdesc is provided during creation.
stygian mirror mask apothecary 50 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
glass: 5
Secondary Materials:
silk: 1
Tertiary Materials:
stygian: 1
0.0 In a feat of alchemical brilliance, apothecaries are able to bond glass onto the rare, elegant stygian to create a risque black mirror mask. Decorative masks are sure to make their wearer mysterious and fashionable. Because they are prohibited in public, be sure to put one on when only when entering private rooms! Masks are works of art, providing no protection and requiring repair once their quality level has diminished from use. The mask's name is used instead of identity, so for instance, A Black Mirrormask would grant a female wearer the identity of A Lady wearing A Black Mirrormask. The wearer's description will similarly be covered by whatever altdesc is provided during creation.
low quality metal top armorsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 8
Secondary Materials:
low quality pelt: 2
6 Upper armor made of low quality materials.
low quality metal arms armorsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 3
Secondary Materials:
low quality pelt: 1
3 Arm armor made from low quality materials.
low quality metal bottom armorsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 5
Secondary Materials:
low quality pelt: 1
5 Leg armor made from low-quality materials
low quality metal footwear armorsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 2
3 Armor worn on the feet or lower legs made of low quality materials.
low quality metal gauntlets armorsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 2
3 Gauntlets made from low quality materials.
low quality metal helm armorsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 2
Secondary Materials:
low quality pelt: 1
4 A helmet or headguard (or ambitious bucket with eye slits) used to protect the wearer's head.
standard steel arms armorsmith 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 3
Secondary Materials:
common pelt: 1
4 Arm armor made from standard steel.
standard steel bottom armorsmith 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 5
Secondary Materials:
common pelt: 1
6 Armor worn on the lower half of the body made of standard steel and leather.
standard steel footwear armorsmith 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 2
4 Armored boots/legplats made of standard steel and leather.
standard steel gauntlets armorsmith 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 2
4 Gauntlets made from standard steel.
standard steel top armorsmith 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 8
Secondary Materials:
common pelt: 2
7 Chest armor made of standard steel.
standard steel helm armorsmith 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 2
Secondary Materials:
common pelt: 1
5 Armor worn to protect the cranium (brain pan) and your pretty face (optional)
high quality steel arms armorsmith 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 3
Secondary Materials:
high quality pelt: 1
5 Armor worn on the arms made of high quality metal.
high quality steel bottom armorsmith 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 5
Secondary Materials:
high quality pelt: 1
7 Leg armor made from high quality steel.
high quality steel footwear armorsmith 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 2
5 Armor worn on the feet or legs made of high quality steel.
high quality steel gauntlets armorsmith 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 2
5 Gauntlets made of high quality steel.
high quality steel top armorsmith 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 8
Secondary Materials:
high quality pelt: 2
8 Upper armor made of high quality steel.
high quality steel helm armorsmith 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 2
Secondary Materials:
high quality pelt: 1
6 Armor worn to protect the cranium (brain pan) and your pretty face (optional)
high quality steel mask armorsmith 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 1
Secondary Materials:
high quality pelt: 1
Tertiary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Decorative masks are sure to make their wearer mysterious and fashionable. Because they are prohibited in public, be sure to put one on when only when entering private rooms! Masks are works of art, providing no protection and requiring repair once their quality level has diminished from use. The mask's name is used instead of identity, so for instance, A Fox Mask would grant a female wearer the identity of A Lady wearing A Fox Mask. The wearer's description will similarly be covered by whatever altdesc is provided during creation.
rubicund arms armorsmith 40 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 3
Secondary Materials:
exotic pelt: 1
6 Arms made of the costly crimson steel, rubicund.
rubicund bottom armorsmith 40 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 5
Secondary Materials:
exotic pelt: 1
8 Leg armor made from the costly crimson metal, rubicund.
rubicund footwear armorsmith 40 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 2
6 Armor worn on the feet or lower legs made of the costly crimson metal, rubicund.
rubicund gauntlets armorsmith 40 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 2
6 Gauntlets made from the costly crimson metal, rubicund.
rubicund top armorsmith 40 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 8
Secondary Materials:
exotic pelt: 2
9 Upper armor made of the costly crimson metal, rubicund.
rubicund helm armorsmith 40 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 2
Secondary Materials:
exotic pelt: 1
7 Armor worn to protect the cranium (brain pan) and your pretty face (optional); made of rubicund, the special red steel.
diamondplate helm armorsmith 50 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 2
Secondary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 1
8 Armor worn to protect the cranium (brain pan) and your pretty face (optional); made of the rare imported diamondplate.
diamondplate top armorsmith 50 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 6
Secondary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 2
10 Armor made from rare and expensive imported materials, to protect the torso in any number of styles.
diamondplate bottom armorsmith 50 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 5
Secondary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 2
9 Armor made of rare and expensive imported materials, to protect the hips/legs area. The walkin' box.
diamondplate arms armorsmith 50 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 3
Secondary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 1
7 Arm armor made from expensive imported materials.
diamondplate boots armorsmith 50 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 2
7 Rare and imported materials worked into armor for your footsies. And anklesies, and possibly calvesies.
diamondplate gauntlets armorsmith 50 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 2
7 Armor made from expensive imported materials to protect the hands/wrists.
alaricite top armorsmith 60 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 6
Secondary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 2
13 Chest/torso armor made of the extremely precious metal, alaricite. The finest in protection, be it a harness, a cuirass, one giant spiky shoulderpad or some combination thereof.
alaricite bottom armorsmith 60 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 5
Secondary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 2
12 Hip/leg armor made of the extremely precious metal, alaricite. The finest in protection.
alaricite arms armorsmith 60 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 3
Secondary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 1
10 Armor for the arms/shoulders, made of precious alaricite.
alaricite boots armorsmith 60 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 2
10 Armor for your tootsies, made of the extremely expensive and strong alaricite.
alaricite gauntlets armorsmith 60 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 2
10 Armor for the hands/wrists/forearms made of precious alaricite.
alaricite helm armorsmith 60 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 2
Secondary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 1
11 Armor for the noggin, made of alaricite.
small chest carpenter 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 2
20 A small wooden box or chest, for storing trinkets like jewelry. It can be ornamented and painted, or stained to show off the natural wood grain.
wooden chest carpenter 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 6
100 This is a wooden chest or box, made for storing things! Any container left unlocked will display contents if you look at it. The size of this container can vary, but is generally the largest container a person could lift.
bookcase carpenter 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 12
1000 This is a wooden bookcase, with open shelves for storing books/trinkets. (Note that leaving your bookcase unlocked will mean it displays its list of contents when looked at - so you can display titles that way.)
wardrobe carpenter 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 20
2000 This is a large wooden closet, made for storing clothing/armor/what have you. It's huge, and heavy, and would require several people to lift - meaning if you make it and drop it, you won't be able to pick it up again. It can be delivered via messengers, though. Team lift!
cheap bookcase carpenter 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 12
500 This is a cheap wooden bookcase made of poor quality wood, with open shelves for storing books/trinkets. (Note that leaving your bookcase unlocked will mean it displays its list of contents when looked at - so you can display titles that way.)
cheap small chest carpenter 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 2
10 A small wooden box or chest made of poor quality wood, for storing trinkets like jewelry. It can be ornamented and painted, or stained to show off the natural wood grain.
cheap knockoff wardrobe carpenter 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 20
1000 This is a large wooden closet made of poor quality wood, made for storing clothing/armor/what have you. It's huge, and heavy, and would require several people to lift - meaning if you make it and drop it, you won't be able to pick it up again. It can be delivered via messengers, though. Team lift!
cheap wooden chest carpenter 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 6
50 This is a wooden chest or box made of poor quality wood, made for storing things! Any container left unlocked will display contents if you look at it. The size of this container can vary, but is generally the largest container a person could lift.
small table carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 5
2 A table of any wood and design, large enough to seat 2-4 people.
medium table carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 8
4 A table of any wood and design, large enough to seat 4-8 people.
large table carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 12
12 A table of any wood and design, large enough to seat 12-16
bed carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 14
Secondary Materials:
standard steel: 2
2 Beds, hammocks, giant gothic coffins with plush mattresses (please no, I'm kidding), this is a place for people to sleep.
couch seating carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 10
Secondary Materials:
silk: 1
2 Couches, sofas, settees, chaise lounges, fainting couches, loveseats, what have you. Seats 2-4.
bench seating carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 12
6 Benches and other long one-piece furniture. Seats 6-12
desk carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 8
2 Desks! I don't know what to say, man, you have seen a desk.
chair carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 5
1 Chairs! Stools, too, sure.
cheap bed carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 14
Secondary Materials:
low quality metal: 2
1 Beds, hammocks, giant gothic coffins with plush mattresses (please no, I'm kidding), this is a place for people to sleep.
cheap bench seating carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 12
3 Benches and other long one-piece furniture. Seats 6-12
cheap chair carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 5
1 Chairs! Stools, too, sure.
cheap couch seating carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 10
Secondary Materials:
low quality cloth: 1
2 Couches, sofas, settees, chaise lounges, fainting couches, loveseats, what have you. Seats 2-4.
cheap desk carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 8
2 Desks! I don't know what to say, man, you have seen a desk.
cheap table carpenter 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality wood: 12
6 A rickity table of terrible wood and questionable design
wooden mask carpenter 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 5
Secondary Materials:
high quality pelt: 1
Tertiary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Decorative masks are sure to make their wearer mysterious and fashionable. Because they are prohibited in public, be sure to put one on when only when entering private rooms! Masks are works of art, providing no protection and requiring repair once their quality level has diminished from use. The mask's name is used instead of identity, so for instance, A Fox Mask would grant a female wearer the identity of A Lady wearing A Fox Mask. The wearer's description will similarly be covered by whatever altdesc is provided during creation.
low quality anklet jeweler 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry worn on the feet or ankles, made from simple materials (chain, iron, low-quality alloys, leather - even wood). It can be decorated with stones or glass.
low quality arm jewelry jeweler 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 1
0.0 Decoration made of metal (low quality alloys, iron) chain and whatever ornamentation the crafter chooses, to be worn anywhere on the arm or wrist.
low quality earrings jeweler 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 1
0.0 Low quality alloys or iron threaded through the ear and decorated any number of ways.
low quality neck jewelry jeweler 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 1
0.0 Decoration to be worn around the neck, be it a torque or a string necklace made of low quality metal alloys or iron.
low quality hair ornaments jeweler 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 1
0.0 Combs or pins made of low quality metal mixes or iron, worn on the head. It is also possible to make coronets, crowns, and tiaras, though most wouldn't bother out of such low quality materials.
low quality ring jeweler 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 1
0.0 Iron or other inexpensive metals fashioned into a ring for fingers and decorated any number of ways.
low quality jewelry accessory jeweler 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry accessory typically worn over other items or that does not fit another category, made from simple materials (chain, iron, low-quality alloys, leather - even wood). It can be decorated with stones or glass.
semiprecious anklet jeweler 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry made to be worn around the ankle, of a decorative metal like copper, bronze, pewter, etc.
semiprecious arm jewelry jeweler 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry made of hammered copper or copper chain, bronze, pewter, etc. and ornamented any number of ways, designed to be worn on the wrists or arms.
semiprecious earrings jeweler 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious metal: 1
0.0 Earrings made of semi precious metal (copper, bronze, pewter, etc.), ornamented any number of ways.
semiprecious neck jewelry jeweler 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry made of hammered copper, bronze, pewter, etc. or copper chain meant to be worn around the neck. This can be choker, torque, or amulet/hanging style.
semiprecious hair ornaments jeweler 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious metal: 1
0.0 Hair combs, pins, or sometimes even coronets or tiaras that have been made out of copper, bronze, pewter, etc. and can be ornamented any number of ways.
semiprecious ring jeweler 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious metal: 1
0.0 Rings made of semi precious metal (copper, bronze, pewter, etc.), ornamented any number of ways.
semiprecious accessory jeweler 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
semiprecious metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry accessory typically worn over other items or that does not fit another category of a decorative metal like copper, bronze, pewter, etc.
precious anklet jeweler 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry meant to be worn around the ankles, made of precious metal - silver or gold.
precious arm jewelry jeweler 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Chain or solid jewelry meant to be worn on the wrists or arms, made of silver or gold.
precious earrings jeweler 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Earrings made of either silver or gold, decorated with any number of adornments as desired.
precious neck jewelry jeweler 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Torques, chokers, and pendant/chains of silver or gold to be worn around the neck.
precious hair ornaments jeweler 30 Silver: 15
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Hair combs, hair pins, or even coronets, tiaras and crowns made of silver or gold.
precious ring jeweler 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Rings made of either silver or gold, decorated with any number of adornments as desired.
precious mask jeweler 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 1
Secondary Materials:
semiprecious stone: 2
0.0 Decorative masks are sure to make their wearer mysterious and fashionable. Because they are prohibited in public, be sure to put one on when only when entering private rooms! Masks are works of art, providing no protection and requiring repair once their quality level has diminished from use. The mask's name is used instead of identity, so for instance, A Fox Mask would grant a female wearer the identity of A Lady wearing A Fox Mask. The wearer's description will similarly be covered by whatever altdesc is provided during creation.
precious accessory jeweler 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
precious metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry accessory typically worn over other items or that does not fit another category, made of precious metal - silver or gold.
luxury anklet jeweler 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
luxury metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry worn on the feet or ankles, made from the luxury metals - decadent rose gold or champagne silver, or the rose and green twins: neodymium and praseodymium.
luxury arm jewelry jeweler 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
luxury metal: 1
0.0 Decoration made of luxurious metals and whatever ornamentation the crafter chooses, to be worn anywhere on the arm or wrist.
luxury earrings jeweler 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
luxury metal: 1
0.0 Earrings made from one of the boutique metals and threaded through the ear or wound around it. The sky (and strength of the connective tissues in one's ears) is the limit.
luxury hair ornaments jeweler 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
luxury metal: 1
0.0 Combs or pins made of luxury metals, worn on the head. It is also possible to make coronets, crowns, and tiaras, and adorn them with as much bounty as one's neck can support.
luxury neck jewelry jeweler 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
luxury metal: 1
0.0 Decoration to be worn around the neck, be it a torque or chains/braids of the exceedingly decorative luxury metals.
luxury ring jeweler 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
luxury metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry fashioned into a band for fingers, made of the precious and coveted boutique metals.
luxury accessory jeweler 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
luxury metal: 1
0.0 Jewelry accessory typically worn over other items or that does not fit another category, made from the luxury metals - decadent rose gold or champagne silver, or the rose and green twins: neodymium and praseodymium.
iridescite anklet jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
iridescite: 1
1 Jewelry worn on the feet or ankles, made from the extremely rare and beautiful iridescite.
iridescite arm jewelry jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
iridescite: 1
1 Decoration made of precious iridescite and whatever ornamentation the crafter chooses, to be worn anywhere on the arm or wrist.
iridescite earrings jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
iridescite: 1
1 Earrings made from iridescite and threaded through the ear or wound around it. The sky (and strength of the connective tissues in one's ears) is the limit.
iridescite hair ornaments jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
iridescite: 1
1 Combs or pins made of lovely iridescite, worn on the head. It is also possible to make coronets, crowns, and tiaras, and adorn them with as much bounty as one's neck can support.
iridescite neck jewelry jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
iridescite: 1
1 Decoration to be worn around the neck, be it a torque or chains/braids of the exceedingly decorative iridescite.
iridescite ring jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
iridescite: 1
1 Jewelry fashioned into a band for a finger, made from the extremely rare and beautiful iridescite.
stygian anklet jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
stygian: 1
1 Jewelry worn on the feet or ankles, made from the extremely rare and darkly beautiful Stygian.
stygian arm jewelry jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
stygian: 1
1 Decoration made of precious stygian and whatever ornamentation the crafter chooses, to be worn anywhere on the arm or wrist.
stygian earrings jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
stygian: 1
1 Earrings made from stygian and threaded through the ear or wound around it. The sky (and strength of the connective tissues in one's ears) is the limit.
stygian hair ornaments jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
stygian: 1
1 Combs or pins made of lovely stygian, worn on the head. It is also possible to make coronets, crowns, and tiaras, and adorn them with as much bounty as one's neck can support.
stygian neck jewelry jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
stygian: 1
1 Decoration to be worn around the neck, be it a torque or chains/braids of the exceedingly decorative Stygian.
stygian ring jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
stygian: 1
1 Jewelry fashioned into a band for a finger, made from the extremely rare and darkly beautiful stygian.
iridescite accessory jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
iridescite: 1
1 Jewelry accessory typically worn over other items or that does not fit another category, made from the extremely rare and beautiful iridescite.
stygian accessory jeweler 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
stygian: 1
1 Jewelry accessory typically worn over other items or that does not fit another category, made from the extremely rare and darkly beautiful Stygian.
star iron anklet jeweler 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
star iron: 1
2 Jewelry worn on the feet or ankles, made from the extremely rare and beautiful star iron.
star iron arm jewelry jeweler 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
star iron: 1
2 Decoration made of precious star iron and whatever ornamentation the crafter chooses, to be worn anywhere on the arm or wrist.
star iron earrings jeweler 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
star iron: 1
2 Earrings made from rare star iron and threaded through the ear or wound around it.
star iron hair ornaments jeweler 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
star iron: 1
2 Combs or pins made of precious star iron, worn on the head. It is also possible to make coronets, crowns, and tiaras.
star iron neck jewelry jeweler 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
star iron: 1
2 Decoration to be worn around the neck, be it a torque or chains/braids of the exceedingly rare star iron.
star iron ring jeweler 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
star iron: 1
2 Jewelry fashioned into a band for a finger, made from the fabled, almost never seen star iron.
star iron accessory jeweler 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
star iron: 1
2 Jewelry accessory typically worn over other items or that does not fit another category, made from the extremely rare and beautiful star iron.
low quality leather top leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality pelt: 8
4 The upper part of an outfit made out of low-quality leather. What the fashionable mud-caked serf is wearing this season. If offers some meager protection.
low quality leather footwear leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality pelt: 2
1 Scavenged or damaged leather patched together into boots or shoes, offering some very meager protection.
low quality leather bottom leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality pelt: 6
3 Scavenged or damaged leather can be fashioned into pants or skirts or anything you could desire to wear on your bottom half. It offers a miniscule amount of protection.
low quality leather arms leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality pelt: 4
1 Scavenged leather that can be wrapped around the forearm, wrist, etc to provide some meager protection.
low quality leather gloves leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality pelt: 2
1 Scavenged or damaged leather patched together into gloves or handwraps, offering some very meager protection.
low quality leather cloak leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality pelt: 6
1 Scavenged or damaged leather patched together into a coat or cloak, offering some very meager protection.
leather backpack leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 3
40 Any type of bag, backpack or knapsack (or bindle, whatever) made to be worn and carry things someplace more convenient than your hands. These can be as simple as the aforementioned kerchief on a stick, or as complicated as an ornately embroidered multi-tiered backpack. The volume is the same, regardless.
leather belt leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 1
20 A belt. Sash. Whatever you like. A belt is something that either holds clothes onto your body or supports weapons/things being hung from it. It can be a silk sash, or a leather braid, whatever you like. Belts inherently have a little bit of storage space.
low quality leather helm leatherworker 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality pelt: 3
1 Headgear of low-quality leather to protect the noggin.
common leather arms leatherworker 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 4
2 Hide or leather armwraps, bracers, bands - anything worn on the arms or wrists and offering a small amount of protection.
common leather bottom leatherworker 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 6
4 Hide or leather skirts, pants, shorts, skorts - and offering a small amount of protection. The only limit is your imagination, and the admittedly mediocre structural integrity.
common leather cloak leatherworker 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 6
2 Hide or leather coats, wraps and cloaks - offering a small amount of protection. The only limit is your imagination, and the admittedly mediocre structural integrity.
common leather footwear leatherworker 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 2
2 Hide or leather shoes, boots, moccasins or wraps - offering a small amount of protection. The only limit is your imagination, and the admittedly mediocre structural integrity.
common leather gloves leatherworker 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 2
2 Hide or leather gloves, fistwraps, etc - anything worn on the hands and offering a small amount of protection.
common leather top leatherworker 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 8
5 Leather or fur that has been made into light armor or clothing worn on the torso. Vests, breastplates, harnesses, corsets, tunics, and what have you. They offer some protection to the wearer's vitals.
kid leather hat leatherworker 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
kid leather: 4
0.0 A hat made of leather! Sometimes jaunty, sometimes floppy, always resulting in hat hair. Bear in mind that while hoods are totally fine, they won't disguise your identity and shouldn't be portrayed as such.
common leather helm leatherworker 20 Silver: 10
Primary Materials:
common pelt: 3
2 Headgear of common leather to protect the noggin.
high quality leather arms leatherworker 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 4
3 Leather armwraps, bracers, bands - anything worn on the arms or wrists and offering moderate protection.
high quality leather bottom leatherworker 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 6
5 Leather skirts, pants, shorts, skorts - offering a moderate amount of protection. The only limit is your imagination, and the fickle bounds of fashion.
high quality leather cloak leatherworker 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 6
3 A leather or fur long cloak or coat, offering moderate protection from harm and the elements.
high quality leather footwear leatherworker 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 2
3 Leather shoes, boots, moccasins or wraps - offering a moderate amount of protection.
high quality leather gloves leatherworker 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 2
3 Leather gloves, fistwraps, etc - anything worn on the hands and offering a moderate amount of protection.
high quality leather top leatherworker 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 8
6 Leather or hide that has been made into light armor or clothing worn on the torso. Vests, breastplates, harnesses, corsets, tunics, and what have you. They offer moderate protection to the wearer's vitals.
high quality leather helm leatherworker 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 3
4 Headgear of high quality leather to protect the noggin.
high quality leather mask leatherworker 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
high quality pelt: 1
Secondary Materials:
silk: 1
Tertiary Materials:
semiprecious stone: 2
0.0 Decorative masks are sure to make their wearer mysterious and fashionable. Because they are prohibited in public, be sure to put one on when only when entering private rooms! Masks are works of art, providing no protection and requiring repair once their quality level has diminished from use. The mask's name is used instead of identity, so for instance, A Fox Mask would grant a female wearer the identity of A Lady wearing A Fox Mask. The wearer's description will similarly be covered by whatever altdesc is provided during creation.
exotic leather arms leatherworker 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
exotic pelt: 4
4 Leather armwraps, bracers, bands - anything worn on the arms or wrists and offering good protection.
exotic leather bottom leatherworker 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
exotic pelt: 6
6 Leather skirts, pants, shorts, skorts - offering a goodly amount of protection. The only limit is your imagination, and the fickle bounds of fashion.
exotic leather cloak leatherworker 40 Silver: 60
Primary Materials:
exotic pelt: 6
4 A leather or fur long cloak or coat, offering good protection from harm and the elements.
exotic leather footwear leatherworker 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
exotic pelt: 2
4 Leather shoes, boots, moccasins or wraps - offering a good amount of protection.
exotic leather gloves leatherworker 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
exotic pelt: 2
4 Leather gloves, fistwraps, etc - anything worn on the hands and offering a good amount of protection.
exotic leather top leatherworker 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
exotic pelt: 8
7 Leather or fur that has been made into light armor or clothing worn on the torso. Vests, breastplates, harnesses, corsets, tunics, and what have you. They offer a good amount of protection to the wearer's vitals.
exotic leather helm leatherworker 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
exotic pelt: 3
5 Headgear of exotic leather to protect the noggin.
Cardian snakeskin cloak leatherworker 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 6
5 Leather capes, cloaks, even jackets - anything worn on the back/shoulders and offering good protection. Hella good. Finest snek.
Cardian snakeskin arms leatherworker 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 4
5 Leather sleeves, bracers, bands - anything worn on the arms or wrists and offering good protection.
Cardian snakeskin bottom leatherworker 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 6
7 Leather leggings, skirts, pants, shorts? pantaloons?? - anything worn on the legs or hips and offering good protection.
Cardian snakeskin footwear leatherworker 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 2
5 Leather boots, shoes, sandals? spats??- anything worn on the feet and ankle/calf area and offering good protection. Hella good. Finest snek.
Cardian snakeskin gloves leatherworker 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 2
5 Leather gloves, fistwraps, etc - anything worn on the hands and offering a good amount of protection.
Cardian snakeskin top leatherworker 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 8
8 Leather or fur that has been made into light armor or clothing worn on the torso. Vests, breastplates, harnesses, corsets, tunics, and what have you. They offer a good amount of protection to the wearer's vitals. Also some nonvitals most people are still pretty fond of.
Cardian snakeskin helm leatherworker 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian snakeskin: 3
6 Headgear of leather to protect the noggin.
shadowmeld helm leatherworker 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
shadowmeld: 3
10 Headgear of shadowmeld to protect the noggin.
shadowmeld arms leatherworker 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
shadowmeld: 4
9 Leather sleeves, bracers, bands - anything worn on the arms or wrists and offering good protection.
shadowmeld bottom leatherworker 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
shadowmeld: 6
11 Leather leggings, skirts, pants, shorts? pantaloons?? - anything worn on the legs or hips and offering good protection.
shadowmeld cloak leatherworker 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
shadowmeld: 6
9 Leather capes, cloaks, even jackets and coats - anything worn on the back/shoulders and offering good protection.
shadowmeld footwear leatherworker 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
shadowmeld: 2
9 Leather boots, shoes, sandals? spats??- anything worn on the feet and ankle/calf area and offering good protection.
shadowmeld gloves leatherworker 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
shadowmeld: 2
9 Leather gloves, fistwraps, etc - anything worn on the hands and offering a good amount of protection.
shadowmeld top leatherworker 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
shadowmeld: 8
12 Leather or fur that has been made into light armor or clothing worn on the torso. Vests, breastplates, harnesses, corsets, tunics, and what have you. They offer a good amount of protection to the wearer's vitals. Also some nonvitals most people are still pretty fond of.
low quality cloth top tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality cloth: 8
0.0 The upper part of an outfit made out of low-quality cloth. What the fashionable mud-caked serf is wearing this season.
low quality cloth bottom tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality cloth: 6
0.0 Scavenged or damaged cloth can be fashioned into pants or skirts or anything you could desire to wear on your bottom half.
low quality cloth gloves tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality cloth: 2
0.0 Handwaps or gloves made of damaged or scavenged cloth. Might keep the dirt off your hands..or on them.
low quality cloth footwear tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality cloth: 2
0.0 Slippers, footwraps, sandals, etc made out of low quality or scavenged cloth. Better than nothing, one supposes.
low quality cloth cloak tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality cloth: 4
0.0 Outerwear made of cheap, ragged, or hand me down cloth. It can be a simple shawl, a cloak, or even a more tailored coat - though who would bother but a motley fool?
cloth backpack tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
common cloth: 3
40 Any type of bag, backpack or knapsack (or bindle, whatever) made to be worn and carry things someplace more convenient than your hands. These can be as simple as the aforementioned kerchief on a stick, or as complicated as an ornately embroidered multi-tiered backpack. The volume is the same, regardless.
cloth pouch tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality cloth: 1
20 Any type of (small) bag or pouch. Not as big as a backpack. Mostly useful for gift bags, coinpurses, etc.
cloth belt tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
common cloth: 1
20 A belt. Sash. Whatever you like. A belt is something that either holds clothes onto your body or supports weapons/things being hung from it. It can be a silk sash, or a leather braid, whatever you like. Belts inherently have a little bit of storage space. .
low quality accessory tailor 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality cloth: 6
0.0 Scavenged or damaged cloth can be fashioned into a decorative item to supplement's one outfit that does not fit any other category.
common cloth top tailor 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common cloth: 8
0.0 Dresses, shirts, vests, tunics, even cloth corsets can be made from wool, homespun, linen or other common fabrics.
common cloth bottom tailor 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common cloth: 6
0.0 Wool or homespun cloth worked into pants, skirts, and what have you.
common cloth footwear tailor 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common cloth: 2
0.0 Slippers, sandals, or moccasins made of wool or other regular cloth.
common cloth gloves tailor 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common cloth: 2
0.0 Gloves or handwraps made of homespun, wool, linen etc.
common cloth cloak tailor 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
common cloth: 4
0.0 Outerwear made of common wool or cotton textiles. It can be a simple shawl, a cloak, or even a more tailored coat, or lined for warmth.
cloth hat tailor 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
felt: 2
Secondary Materials:
satin: 2
0.0 A hat made of cloth, usually some combination of felt and satin! Sometimes jaunty, sometimes floppy, always resulting in hat hair. Bear in mind that while hoods are totally fine, they won't disguise your identity and shouldn't be portrayed as such.
veil tailor 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
lace: 3
0.0 Veils in Arx are almost always made of lace, or sometimes a finer tulle..with lace. Lace is so romantic, isn't it? Or funereal.
common cloth accessory tailor 20 Silver: 20
Primary Materials:
common cloth: 6
0.0 Wool or homespun cloth worked into a decorative item to supplement's one outfit that does not fit any other category.
silk gloves tailor 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
silk: 2
0.0 Gloves made of smooth silk.
silk bottom tailor 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
silk: 6
0.0 Skirts, shorts, pants, leggings, any number of patterns and styles are fashionable for silk clothing worn on the legs.
silk footwear tailor 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
silk: 2
0.0 Slippers or sandals made of silk, usually brocaded or otherwise worked to be a bit more sturdy.
silk top tailor 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
silk: 6
0.0 Dresses, tunics, vests, shirts, corsets, etc made of quality silk. For the distinguished torso.
silk cloak tailor 30 Silver: 60
Primary Materials:
silk: 4
0.0 Outerwear made of fine silk. Whether a wrap, cloak, or a tailored coat, this is definitely a garment meant to display taste and wealth, and not what one reaches for to keep one warm in a snowstorm.
silk mask tailor 30 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
silk: 2
Secondary Materials:
semiprecious stone: 2
0.0 Decorative masks are sure to make their wearer mysterious and fashionable. Because they are prohibited in public, be sure to put one on when only when entering private rooms! Masks are works of art, providing no protection and requiring repair once their quality level has diminished from use. The mask's name is used instead of identity, so for instance, A Fox Mask would grant a female wearer the identity of A Lady wearing A Fox Mask. The wearer's description will similarly be covered by whatever altdesc is provided during creation.
silk accessory tailor 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
silk: 6
0.0 Silk fashioned into a decorative item to supplement's one outfit that does not fit any other category.
seasilk bottoms tailor 40 Silver: 50
Primary Materials:
seasilk: 6
0.0 Skirts, shorts, pants, leggings, any number of patterns and styles are fashionable for seasilk clothing worn on the legs.
seasilk cloak tailor 40 Silver: 30
Primary Materials:
seasilk: 4
0.0 Expensive seasilk made into a cloak, cape, hooded robe, whatever!
seasilk footwear tailor 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
seasilk: 2
0.0 Slippers or sandals made of seasilk, sometimes brocaded or otherwise worked to be a bit more sturdy.
seasilk gloves tailor 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
seasilk: 2
0.0 Gloves made of seasilk.
seasilk top tailor 40 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
seasilk: 6
0.0 Dresses, tunics, vests, shirts, corsets, etc made of high quality seasilk. For the discriminating torso.
seasilk accessory tailor 40 Silver: 50
Primary Materials:
seasilk: 6
0.0 Seasilk fashioned into a decorative item to supplement's one outfit that does not fit any other category.
umbra bottom tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
umbra: 6
0.0 Skirts, shorts, pants, leggings, any number of patterns and styles are fashionable for clothing worn on the legs, this in particular being made of the impossibly black umbra silk.
umbra cloak tailor 50 Silver: 60
Primary Materials:
umbra: 4
0.0 Outerwear made of impossibly dark umbra cloth. Whether a wrap, cloak, or a tailored coat, this is definitely a garment meant to display taste and wealth, (or to hide and skulk when one is fabulously tasteful and wealthy) and not what one reaches for to keep one warm in a snowstorm.
umbra footwear tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
umbra: 2
0.0 Slippers or sandals or bootcovers made of inky umbra, sometimes brocaded or otherwise worked to be a bit more sturdy.
umbra gloves tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
umbra: 2
0.0 Gloves or handwraps made of smooth, impossibly dark umbra cloth.
umbra top tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
umbra: 6
0.0 Dresses, tunics, vests, shirts, corsets, etc made of impossibly dark umbra cloth. For the distinguished torso, or that special screaming black void in your life.
aeterna bottom tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
aeterna: 6
0.0 Skirts, shorts, pants, leggings, any number of patterns and styles are fashionable for clothing worn on the legs, this in particular being made of the impossibly white aeterna silk.
aeterna cloak tailor 50 Silver: 60
Primary Materials:
aeterna: 4
0.0 Outerwear made of impossibly white aeterna cloth. Whether a wrap, cloak, or a tailored coat, this is definitely a garment meant to display taste and wealth and not what one reaches for to keep one warm in a snowstorm.
aeterna footwear tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
aeterna: 2
0.0 Slippers or sandals or bootcovers made of celestial aeterna, sometimes brocaded or otherwise worked to be a bit more sturdy.
aeterna gloves tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
aeterna: 2
0.0 Gloves or handwraps made of smooth, impossibly white aeterna silk.
aeterna top tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
aeterna: 6
0.0 Dresses, tunics, vests, shirts, corsets, etc made of impossibly white aeterna silk. For the distinguished torso, or that special diamond in a snowstorm in your life.
aeterna accessory tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
aeterna: 6
0.0 Impossibly white aeterna silk fashioned into a decorative item to supplement's one outfit that does not fit any other category.
umbra accessory tailor 50 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
umbra: 6
0.0 Impossibly black umbra silk fashioned into a decorative item to supplement's one outfit that does not fit any other category.
fireweave bottoms tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Pyran fireweave: 6
10 Exotic silken garments worn on the legs - pants, wraps, skirts, shorts, etc. Due to the nature of Pyran Fireweave silk, these garments offer the wearer protection on par with that of steel armor.
fireweave cloak tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Pyran fireweave: 6
8 A cloak or coat made of the luxurious Pyran fireweave, a silk that offers the wearer protection akin to that of steel. Not magic, just very advanced weaving. Naturally!
fireweave footwear tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Pyran fireweave: 2
8 Slippers, sandals or moccasins made of the ludicrously expensive Pyran fireweave - and offering, despite the dainty look of the silken cloth, protection akin to that of wearing steel armor.
fireweave gloves tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Pyran fireweave: 2
8 Silken gloves or wraps on the hands - made of Pyran fireweave, the delicate cloth offers protection akin to that of steel armor.
fireweave top tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Pyran fireweave: 8
11 Exotic silken garments worn on the torso - corsets, vests, dresses, gowns, shirts, etc. Due to the nature of Pyran Fireweave silk, these garments offer the wearer protection on par with that of steel armor.
steelsilk bottoms tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian steelsilk: 6
10 Exotic silken garments worn on the legs - pants, wraps, skirts, shorts, etc. Due to the nature of Cardian steelsilk, these garments offer the wearer protection on par with that of steel armor.
steelsilk cloak tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian steelsilk: 6
8 A cloak or coat made of the luxurious Pyran fireweave, a silk that offers the wearer protection akin to that of steel. Not magic, just very advanced weaving. Naturally!
steelsilk footwear tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian steelsilk: 2
8 Slippers, sandals or moccasins made of the ludicrously expensive Cardian steelsilk - and offering, despite the dainty look of the silken cloth, protection akin to that of wearing steel armor.
steelsilk gloves tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian steelsilk: 2
8 Silken gloves or wraps on the hands - made of Cardian steelsilk, the delicate cloth offers protection akin to that of steel armor.
steelsilk top tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian steelsilk: 8
11 Exotic silken garments worn on the torso - corsets, vests, dresses, gowns, shirts, etc. Due to the nature of Cardian steelsilk, these garments offer the wearer protection on par with that of steel armor.
fireweave accessory tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Pyran fireweave: 6
10 Exotic silk fashioned into a decorative item to supplement's one outfit that does not fit any other category. Due to the nature of Pyran Fireweave silk, these garments offer the wearer protection on par with that of steel armor.
steelsilk accessory tailor 60 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
Cardian steelsilk: 6
10 Exotic silk fashioned into a decorative item to supplement's one outfit that does not fit any other category. Due to the nature of Cardian steelsilk, these garments offer the wearer protection on par with that of steel armor.
low quality small weapons weaponsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 3
1 Small weapons made of cheap/scrap metal. You can make any of the following, but keep in mind small weapons means weapons that can be EASILY concealed. Such as: knives, daggers, short spears (siangham), knuckle dusters, saps. Hairpin weapons have their own, separate recipe so they can be worn.
low quality medium wpn weaponsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 4
2 Any sort of one handed weapon, made of low quality/scrap metal. Medium weapons can be wielded alone in one hand, with a shield, or dual wielded. Choose from: cutlass, scimitar, short sword, long sword, gladius, rapier, mace, axe, scimitar, club, spear, hammer, morningstar, flail
low quality huge wpn weaponsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 5
3 Two handed weapons made of scrap or scavenged metal. This can be anything that takes two hands to wield, such as: greatsword, halberd, glaive, war axe, war hammer, war maul, dire flail, lance, pike, scythe, trident
low quality hairpins weaponsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
low quality metal: 3
1 Sharpened metal sticks that can be worn as hairpins...or wielded as weapons. DUN DUN DUN. These are made of scrap metals.
low quality bow weaponsmith 10 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
wood: 1
Secondary Materials:
low quality metal: 1
2 This is a ranged weapon made of low quality/scavenged wood. It's pretty crappy, y'all, but it might win you a duel with a bunny rabbit.
standard steel small wpn weaponsmith 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 3
2 Small weapons made of regular, commonly available steel. You can make any of the following, but keep in mind small weapons means weapons that can be EASILY concealed. Such as: knives, daggers, short spears (siangham), knuckle dusters, saps. Hairpin weapons have their own, separate recipe so they can be worn.
standard steel medium wpn weaponsmith 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 4
3 Any sort of one handed weapon, made of regular, ordinary, everyday steel. It's all ho hum until you get stabbed. Medium weapons can be wielded alone in one hand, with a shield, or dual wielded. Choose from: cutlass, scimitar, short sword, long sword, gladius, rapier, mace, axe, scimitar, club, spear, hammer, morningstar, flail
standard huge wpn weaponsmith 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 5
4 Two handed weapons made of steel. This can be anything that takes two hands to wield, such as: greatsword, halberd, glaive, war axe, war hammer, war maul, dire flail, lance, pike, scythe, trident
standard hairpins weaponsmith 20 Silver: 0
Primary Materials:
standard steel: 3
2 Sharpened metal sticks that can be worn as hairpins...or wielded as weapons. DUN DUN DUN. These are made of regular steel.
standard bow weaponsmith 20 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
wood: 3
Secondary Materials:
standard steel: 3
3 A long or short or cross bow made of regular old wood, for regular old archers.
high quality steel small wpn weaponsmith 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 3
3 Small weapons made of good, high quality steel. You can make any of the following, but keep in mind small weapons means weapons that can be EASILY concealed. Such as: knives, daggers, short spears (siangham), knuckle dusters, saps. Hairpin weapons have their own, separate recipe so they can be worn.
high quality medium wpn weaponsmith 30 Silver: 300
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 4
4 Any sort of one handed weapon, made of high quality metal. Medium weapons can be wielded alone in one hand, with a shield, or dual wielded. Choose from: cutlass, scimitar, short sword, long sword, gladius, rapier, mace, axe, scimitar, club, spear, hammer, morningstar, flail
high quality huge wpn weaponsmith 30 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 5
5 Two handed weapons made of good, strong steel. This can be anything that takes two hands to wield, such as: greatsword, halberd, glaive, war axe, war hammer, war maul, dire flail, lance, pike, scythe, trident
high quality hairpins weaponsmith 30 Silver: 100
Primary Materials:
high quality steel: 3
3 Sharpened metal sticks that can be worn as hairpins...or wielded as weapons. DUN DUN DUN. These are made of quality steel.
high quality bow weaponsmith 30 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
wood: 3
Secondary Materials:
high quality steel: 4
4 This is a long or short or cross bow made from very strong wood and reinforced with good steel. Good stuff, good shots.
rubicund small wpn weaponsmith 40 Silver: 300
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 3
4 Small weapons made of rubicund - the red steel. You can make any of the following, but keep in mind small weapons means weapons that can be EASILY concealed. Such as: knives, daggers, short spears (siangham), knuckle dusters, saps. Hairpin weapons have their own, separate recipe so they can be worn.
rubicund medium wpn weaponsmith 40 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 4
5 Any sort of one handed weapon, made of rubicund - red steel. Medium weapons can be wielded alone in one hand, with a shield, or dual wielded. Choose from: cutlass, scimitar, short sword, long sword, gladius, rapier, mace, axe, scimitar, club, spear, hammer, morningstar, flail
rubicund huge wpn weaponsmith 40 Silver: 700
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 5
6 Two handed weapons made of red steel. This can be anything that takes two hands to wield, such as: greatsword, halberd, glaive, war axe, war hammer, war maul, dire flail, lance, pike, scythe, trident
rubicund hairpins weaponsmith 40 Silver: 300
Primary Materials:
rubicund: 3
4 Sharpened metal sticks that can be worn as hairpins...or wielded as weapons. DUN DUN DUN. These are made of red steel.
rubicund bow weaponsmith 40 Silver: 2000
Primary Materials:
wood: 4
Secondary Materials:
rubicund: 3
5 This is a short or long or cross bow of good hardwood bracketed and reinforced by costly crimson steel, rubicund. For the fancy archer, with the curly mustache.
diamondplate small wpn weaponsmith 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 3
5 Small weapons made of then intensely strong and durable diamondplate, from Pyre. You can make any of the following, but keep in mind small weapons means weapons that can be EASILY concealed. Such as: knives, daggers, short spears (siangham), knuckle dusters, saps. Hairpin weapons have their own, separate recipe so they can be worn.
diamondplate medium wpn weaponsmith 50 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 4
6 Any sort of one handed weapon, made of expensive diamondplate. Medium weapons can be wielded alone in one hand, with a shield, or dual wielded. Choose from: cutlass, scimitar, short sword, long sword, gladius, rapier, mace, axe, scimitar, club, spear, hammer, morningstar, flail
diamondplate huge wpn weaponsmith 50 Silver: 3000
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 5
7 Two handed weapons made of precious diamondplate. This can be anything that takes two hands to wield, such as: greatsword, halberd, glaive, war axe, war hammer, war maul, dire flail, lance, pike, scythe, trident
diamondplate hairpins weaponsmith 50 Silver: 500
Primary Materials:
diamondplate: 3
5 Sharpened metal sticks that can be worn as hairpins...or wielded as weapons. DUN DUN DUN. These are made of rare diamondplate.
diamondplate bow weaponsmith 50 Silver: 3000
Primary Materials:
wood: 4
Secondary Materials:
diamondplate: 3
6 A long/short/cross bow made with diamondplate, and the best wood available on a heavily forested continent.
alaricite small wpn weaponsmith 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 3
6 Small weapons made of alaricite, the rare and precious metal said to have been reclaimed from the enemy in the Alfar war. You can make any of the following, but keep in mind small weapons means weapons that can be EASILY concealed. Such as: knives, daggers, short spears (siangham), knuckle dusters, saps. Hairpin weapons have their own, separate recipe so they can be worn.
alaricite medium wpn weaponsmith 60 Silver: 3000
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 4
7 Any sort of one handed weapon, made of rare and valuable alaricite. Medium weapons can be wielded alone in one hand, with a shield, or dual wielded. Choose from: cutlass, scimitar, short sword, long sword, gladius, rapier, mace, axe, scimitar, club, spear, hammer, morningstar, flail
alaricite huge wpn weaponsmith 60 Silver: 5000
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 5
8 Two handed weapons made of precious alaricite. This can be anything that takes two hands to wield, such as: greatsword, halberd, glaive, war axe, war hammer, war maul, dire flail, lance, pike, scythe, trident
alaricite hairpins weaponsmith 60 Silver: 1000
Primary Materials:
alaricite: 3
6 Sharpened metal sticks that can be worn as hairpins...or wielded as weapons. DUN DUN DUN. These are made of precious alaricite.
alaricite bow weaponsmith 60 Silver: 5000
Primary Materials:
wood: 4
Secondary Materials:
alaricite: 3
7 A long/short/cross bow made with precious alaricite, and the best wood available on a heavily forested continent. When you absolutely, positively refuse to put your bow down. Maybe you're too lazy to carry a second weapon. I don't judge.

Name Value Category Description
low quality pelt 1 leather A pelt that's damaged or otherwise normally unsuitable for use.
low quality cloth 1 textiles Cloth that is damaged or otherwise unsuitable for quality garments.
low quality metal 1 metal Metal that is rusted, brittle, or otherwise unsuitable for most work.
low quality wood 1 wood Cheap, poor quality wood prone to breaking or rotting.
imitation stone 5 gemstone Pieces of colored glass or other stones that can pass for precious or semi-precious gemstones.
platinum 10 metal Platinum. It's a bright-white kind of metal with a high shine. It is imported, and rarely enough that it isn't available for purchase.
jade 10 gemstone A green, somewhat milky stone that can be used like gemstones, or even carved into elaborate shapes.
common cloth 20 textiles Wool, cotton, or otherwise inexpensive and passable textiles. Not suitable for the highest quality of garments, but good enough for regular clothing.
glass 20 ornaments Inexpensive glass material that can be worked and shaped into jewelry, containers and other objects.
felt 20 textiles Wool, fur, or other fibers felted into a cloth more durable than its woven counterparts, but still soft to the touch. Used for fancy hats.
satin 20 textiles A stiffer version of silk fabric, often used in fancy hats.
common pelt 30 leather Pelts that are easily obtained, belonging to common animals. Deer, bears, squirrels, etc.
standard steel 30 metal Steel can often have stark variations in quality, and this falls right in the average range.
lace 50 textiles Lace made from many types of fibers, into many different patterns.
kid leather 50 leather Super soft, buttery leather used for making hats. Feels great, offers no real protection (except from the sun, and haters).
wood 100 wood Wood meant to be worked into furniture and the like. Usually these are hard woods with a nice grain, that look good either stained or painted: Cherry, pine, mahogany, teak, etc. Bows are made instead from softer woods like fir and yew and dozens of others I don't want to list.
high quality pelt 500 leather Pelts belonging to common animals, but are of an unusually high quality, used in the highest quality of leather garments.
silk 500 textiles High quality and expensive cloth used for luxurious garments, favored by the rich.
semiprecious stone 500 gemstone Any of a vast number of different gemstones: amethyst, citrine, turquoise, topaz, peridot, jasper, malachite, moonstone, tourmaline, garnet, opal, pearl, etc.
high quality steel 500 metal Expertly made steel, far stronger and more durable than average.
semiprecious metal 500 ornaments Semiprecious metals such as copper, brass, and pewter used for ornaments and jewelry.
Hazeweed 500 contraband A bundle of green hazewood leaves, which can be ground into the popular drug Haze.
Dustpoppy 500 contraband A bundle of dustpoppy pods, which can be ground into the popular drug Dust.
precious metal 1000 ornaments Expensive metals used in jewelry - fine silver and gold.
seasilk 1500 textiles Silk that is dyed using a special process known only to coastal weavers of arvum, the color runs in pools and eddies, and reflects like sunshimmer on the surface of water.
aeterna 2500 textiles Aeterna is a blend of silk fibers and some proprietary blend of down that is woven fine and smooth and then treated in such a way as to leave the fabric a pristine, gleaming white, with a pearly sheen. The purity of the silk's white even seems to resist staining, and attempts to dye it after tailoring result in the vast majority of the color bleeding right out again. Like most silk, this is woven in the city states of the Lyceum and some of the islands in the Saffron chain.
umbra 2500 textiles Umbra is a blend of silk fibers and some chemical concoction, woven fine and smooth and then treated in such a way as to leave the fabric a pitch black - so endlessly deep and dark that it seems to absorb a bit of ambient light, and suggests the undoubtedly graceful limbs it conceals are non euclidean geometry. Like most silk, this is woven in the city states of the Lyceum and some of the islands in the Saffron chain.
luxury metal 3500 ornaments Alloys and metals prized for their beauty and not much else - these are essentially boutique metals for ornaments. There are four that are mostly available. Rose gold, champagne silver, and 'the twins' - praseodymium (a green gold metal) and neodymium (a warm rose colored metal).
exotic pelt 5000 leather Pelts made from extremely rare, almost mythical animals - the pelt of a white hart, for example.
precious stone 5000 gemstone Emeralds, diamonds, rubies, and sapphires. All extremely valuable.
rubicund 5000 metal Expertly made steel alloy, far stronger and durable than the lower quality metals. The additives give the metal a reddish cast, ranging from a rose gold to deep blood red, depending on the finishing techniques.
iridescite 20000 ornaments A rare metal, mined only from the lacy network of coastal caves of Arvum. While too soft for regular smithing, it is prized for its beauty. Once smelted, this pearly white metal gives off an iridescent sheen when the light hits it.
stygian 20000 ornaments This metal is black as a starless night, and cool to the touch. Even polished to a perfect shine, it reflects nothing.
duskstone 30000 gemstone The duskstone is a lovely clear stone, in colors ranging from midnight blue to indigo and purple. When carefully faceted, the depths of the stone seem to spark with silvery flashes that resemble winking stars, if one is of a romantic disposition.
dawnstone 30000 gemstone Dawnstone is a lovely blush pink stone that flashes a pure, sunny gold in the light.
epiphanite 50000 gemstone These rare stones come in several pale colors, but are almost always worked into rounded cuts. In that shape, looking into these gems reveals a milky occlusion that gives the illusion of swirling mists trapped within.
diamondplate 50000 metal An ultra tough (yet lightweight) metal from the lands around Pyre, this metal can be worked into weapons and armor that provide great protection and durability.
Cardian snakeskin 50000 leather Leather imported from Cardia, prized for its strength and flexibility. It is not harvested from actual snakes, traders insist, but is named for the slightly scaled pattern of the hide.
alaricite 100000 metal An incredibly valuable, lightweight metal that was originally used by the elves for their elaborate armor under some other name, the metal was named in honor of the queen who ended their war of aggression. Alarcite armor was never common even during their genocidal war centuries ago, and has grown more rare with time, with precious few smiths having the skill to work with the material.
star iron 100000 ornaments This is an extremely rare metal, only found in meteorites and other such debris that falls from the heavens. When worked, it is jet black with a satin finish that never loses its lustre. Points of light sparkle in that impossible lustre, like distant stars. It is a durable metal, but due to the overall scarcity of it, it can usually only be procured in quantities large enough for small, decorative pieces.
Cardian steelsilk 125000 textiles A very rare and expensive silk that comes from the mysterious southern kingdom of Cardia, far to the south of Arvum. This marvelous material is as light as silk, yet somehow seems to protect wearers from harm as if it were armor. Not magic, of course - that's preposterous. It simply must be some property of how the silk is woven.
Pyran fireweave 125000 textiles A very rare and expensive silk that comes from the fallen kingdom of Pyre, across the sea to the east. This marvelous material is as light as silk, yet somehow seems to protect wearers from harm as if it were armor. Not magic, of course - that's preposterous. It simply must be some property of how the silk is woven. Typically referred to as "pyreweave" for brevity's sake.
shadowmeld 150000 leather The origins of the material known as shadowmeld are disputed. Some say it's the skin of demons who have been largely robbed of form, leaving only an inky mass. Others claim it's a naturally occurring, albeit extremely rare substance, that simply happens to pool in deposits in areas that are extremely dangerous to those who look for it. The Church of the Pantheon takes a dim view of the substance, stopping just shy of calling the use of it blasphemous. Regardless of where it comes from, (and it seems to mostly come from the deep, deep woods and the tall, tall mountains of the Redrain lands) the incredibly valuable material can be woven into garments that cover the wearer like a second skin, lends itself into being decorated with precious stones and various minerals, and seems to invariably protect wearers more effectively than most suits of armor. Some Legates of the Church have claimed that the protective aspects of the material are infernal in nature - that wearers are being protected by demons, or other aspects of the Dark Reflection.
dragonweep 200000 gemstone These incredibly rare and valuable gemstones are often thought to be mythical. Although they may come in a number of different hues (but most frequently red), these crystals are always warm to the touch, and are said to possess a number of magical properties, such as bringing good fortune to those who have them. They are invariably shaped like tears, and although many scholars dismiss the idea as mere superstition, popular legend holds that they are the crystalized tears of ancient dragons.