FFXIV ARR Cross Class Skill Guide

So we’ve been getting a lot of request for listing a cross class table that is up to date. Here it is, we have also listed separate cross class tables per Job/Class which we will update in this page in the next few days.

Let us know if you have any feedback in the comments.

Few things to note:

  1. Hover over a skill name to see their entry in XIVDB (note that not all skills are up to date in XIVDB)
  2. All skill tooltips from XIVDB seem to be TRAITED. The actual skills useable as cross-class are UNTRAITED.
  3. All descriptions are up to date as of 12-Oct-2014.
Skill NameBRDWHMPLDWARMNKDRGBLMSCHSMN
Straight Shotx
Raging Strikesxxx
Venomous Bitex
Hawk's Eyexxx
Quelling Strikesxxx
Stonex
Curexx
Aeroxx
Cleric Stancexx
Protectxxx
Raisexxx
Stoneskinxxx
Savage Bladexx
Flashxx
Convalescencexx
Provokexx
Awarenessxx
Foresightxxxx
Skull Sunderxxxx
Fracturexxxx
Bloodbathxxxx
Mercy Strokexxxx
Featherfootxxxx
Second Windxxxx
Haymakerxxxx
Internal Releasexxxx
Mantraxxxx
Feintxxx
Keen Flurryxxx
Impulse Drivexx
Invigoratexxx
Blood for Bloodxxx
Thunderxxxx
Surecastxxxx
Swiftcastxxxx
Ruinxxxx
Bioxxxx
Physickxxxx
Virusxxxx
Eye for an Eyexxxx

We also have a discussion and recommendation guide for each class:

Bard Cross Class Skills Guide

Paladin Cross Class Skills Guide

Dragoon Cross Class Skills Guide

Warrior Cross Class Skills Guide

Monk Cross Class Skills Guide

Summoner Cross Class Skills Guide

Scholar Cross Class Skills Guide

White Mage Cross Class Skills Guide

Black Mage Cross Class Skills Guide

Allagan Tomestones (Philosophy & Mythology)

 

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What are Allagan Tomestones?

Allagan Tomestones are an end-game currency you get from various duties (Dungeons/Trials) which you can use to buy end game equipment. There are two types of Allagan Tomestones (Philosophy and Mythology). The Allagan Tomestones of Philosophy are easier to obtain than the Mythology (see our list of where to get Tomestones below)

How many Allagan Tomestones can you carry? What is the cap for Allagan Tomestones?

These are questions that get asked a lot, the simple answer is you can can carry up to 2,000 of each, for Mythology though there is a 300 450 a week cap (changed in 2.1). To view this cap simply go to your Character menu and click on ‘Currency’. The Tomestones on top are the Philosophy, the ones on the bottom are Mythology

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Where can I use Allagan Tomestones? What can I buy from Allagan Tomestones?

In Mor Dhona (Revenants Toll) there is an NPC ‘Auriana’ near the Aetheryte. This is where you can spend your Allagan Tomestones, all the armor here is higher quality than that of the story quest. Also important to note that if you are doing your ‘A Relic Reborn’ quest, you will need to purchase a ‘Bottle of Radz-at-Han Quenching oil‘ for 900 Allagan Tomestones of Philosophy after defeating Titan Hard.

FFXIV-ARR-Allagan-Tomestone-NPC-Aurianca

Where do you get Allagan Tomestones of Philosophy / Mythology?

Here is what we have so far, if you know of any other sources, please note down in the comments!

PlaceTome of PhilosophyTome of Mythology
Duty RouletteLow level dungeons - 100
Main Scenario - 100
Low level dungeon - 10
High level dungeon - 40
Must be level 50 to receive tomestones
If you are not level 50 you receive GC currency instead
Award is only received once per day
DUNGEONS
Castrum Meridianum100-
The Praetorium100-
Amdapor Keep10030
The Wanders Palace10030
Copperbell Mines (Hard)10050
Haukke Manor (Hard)10050
Pharos Siruis10050
Crystal Tower20050
The Binding Coil of Bahamut-50 (Myth only drops for Turn 1,2,4,5)
PRIMALS
Ifrit (Hard)104
Garuda (Hard)157
Titan (Hard)2015
Ultima's Bane2017
King Moggle Mog1512
Garuda (Extreme)2519
Titan (Extreme)2522
Ifrit (Extreme)2525
OTHER
Beast Tribe Daily0,5,10,150,3
Timeworn Leather Map??
Timeworn Goatskin Map??
Timeworn Toadskin Map??
Timeworn Boarskin Map??
Timeworn Peisteskin Map??

What is Darklight Armor / Relic+1 Armor / End Game Armor?

Here is the known tier system for equipment right now:

  • Story Quest / Grand Company / Crafted gear
  • Darklight: buy using Allagan Tomestones of Philosophy
  • Primal Weapons (Hardmode) from Titan (item level 80) > Garuda (item level 70) > Ifrit (item level 60)
  • Relic Weapon: from quest chain ‘A Relic Reborn’
  • Relic+1: buy using Allagan Tomestones of Mythology
  • Allagan: drops from the Binding Coil of Bahamut
  • Allagan Weapon (i95): drops from turn 5 of the Binding Coil of Bahamut

FFXIV ARR A Relic Reborn Guide

Find out how to get your Jobs RELIC WEAPON.

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What is A Relic Reborn? What are the Relic Weapons of each Job?

**This page is still useful – but we have a more modern Consolidated Relic Guide,
which details ALL steps in your relic.**

A Relic Reborn, is a series of quests that lead you to get your Job’s Relic Weapon (basically the weapon you see your Job wearing in the intro movie) this quest WILL test your patience and you cannot simply finish this quest without putting some hard work, strategy and a good group of friends to help you out – you’ll know what I mean when you start doing the quest! To get your appetite’s wet, below you will find a list of each Job’s Relic Weapon.

JobRelic Weapon (hover over link to view)
Black MageStardust Rod
BardArtemis Bow
DragoonGae Bolg
MonkSphairai
PaladinCurtana
Holy Shield
ScholarOmnilex
SummonerThe Veil of Wiyu
WarriorBravura
White MageThyrus

A Relic Reborn Walkthrough

Step 1: Complete Main Scenario Quest, All Class and Job quests for that respective weapon.

Step 2: Talk to ‘Nedrick Ironheart‘ in Vesper Bay who will give you the quest ‘A Relic Reborn

Step 3: Talk to ‘Rowena’ in Revenant’s Toll

Step 4: Talk to ‘Gerolt‘ in Hyrstmill (Northwest of Fallgourd Float – take a Chocobo Porter)

Step 5: Gerolt will ask you to find your respective ‘Broken Weapon‘ go to:

  • Natalan: BARDDRAGOON
  • Sapsa Spawning Grounds: SCHOLAR
  • Sylphlands: SUMMONER
  • U’Ghamaro Mines: BLACKMAGE, WARRIOR, WHITEMAGE
  • Zaha’rak: MONK, PALADIN

Step 6: Present Gerolt with your Job specific weapon double melded with Grade III Materia. (either buy these weapons from the Marketplace or look below to find out how to get these weapons)

  • BARD: Longarm’s Composite Bow + 2 Heaven’s Eye Materia III
  • BLACKMAGE: Sanguine Scepter + 2 Savage Might Materia III
  • DRAGOON: Champion’s Lance + 2 Savage Aim Materia III
  • MONK: Wilding Cesti + 2 Savage Aim Materia III
  • PALADIN: Aeolian Scimitar + 2 Battledance Materia III
  • SCHOLAR: Erudite’s Picatrix Of Healing + 2 Quicktongue Materia III
  • SUMMONER: Erudite’s Picatrix Of Casting + 2 Savage Might Materia III
  • WARRIOR: Barbarian’s Bardiche + 2 Battledance Materia III
  • WHITEMAGE: Madman’s Whispering Rod + 2 Quicktongue Materia III

NOTE: This step is where a lot of people are getting stuck, for one, Grade III materia for this quest costs an arm and a leg… and secondly not many people know how to meld materia. If you are patient, you can spirit bond level 48 and above armor and weapons and convert them into materia, if you are lucky you will get the type of materia you need for the quest, otherwise sell the materia to earn enough to buy form the marketplace. To meld materia into armore you need to find a Disciple of Hand who is level 50 to meld into your gear

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Step 7: Obtain ‘Alumina Salts‘ from fighting the D’horme Chimera in Coerthas (Northeast of Camp Dragonhead). You must defeat the Chimera as the Job you will get the relic weapon with. Once defeated bring the salts back to Gerolt.

Step 8: Obtain ‘Amdapor Glyph‘ from completing Amdapor Keep. You must complete Amdapor as the Job you will get the relic weapon with. Bring this to Rowena

Step 9: After going back to Gerolt, he will ask you to slay 24 beastmen with the ‘Unfinished Relic Weapon‘ he just gave you

  • BARD: 8x Natalan Boldwings, 8x Fogcallers, 8x Windtalons
  • BLACKMAGE: 8x U’Ghamaro Quarrymen, 8x Bedesmen, 8x Priests
  • DRAGOON: 8x Natalan Boldwings, 8x Fogcallers, 8x Swiftbeaks
  • MONK: 8x Zahar’ak Lancers, 8x Pugilists, 8x Archers
  • PALADIN: 8x Zahar’ak Lancers, 8x Pugilists, 8x Thaumaturges
  • SCHOLAR: 8x Sapsa Shelfspine, 8x Shelfclaw, 8x Shelftooth
  • SUMMONER: 8x Sylpheed Sighs, 8x Screeches, 8x Snarls
  • WARRIOR: 8x U’Ghamaro Quarrymen, 8x Roundmen, 8x Bedesmen/Priests
  • WHITEMAGE: 8x U’Ghamaro Quarrymen, 8x Bedesmen, 8x Preists

NOTE: Watch out for the quest markers on top of the enemies you need to defeat, some quests we know are bugged, where they say you have to kill a certain mob, but the quest icon on top of the monster does not show up. Kill the monsters with the quest icon on top of their heads instead.

Step 10: Slay the Hydra in Halatali. You must defeat the Hydra as the Job you are getting the relic weapon with.

Step 11: Defeat Ifrit (Hard) and obtain ‘White-Hot Ember‘. You must defeat Ifrit as the Job you are getting the relic weapon with.

Step 12: Defeat Garuda (Hard) and obtain ‘Howling Gale‘. You must defeat Garuda as the Job you are getting the relic weapon with.

Step 13: Defeat Titan (Hard) and obtain ‘Hyperfused Ore‘. You must defeat Titan as the Job you are getting the relic weapon with.

Step 14: Purchase ‘Bottle of Radz-at-Han Quenching oil‘ for 900 Allagan Tomestones of Philosophy from Rowena

How do I get the pre-requisite relic weapon to meld in Step 6?

Like we mentioned earlier, its easier to buy these items in the marketplace. But if you really want to, here are the recipes to craft them. Base Weapon Location’s are in Wanderer’s Palace, formulas are below.

Alchemist:

  • Madman’s Whispering Rod (WHM): 1x Growth Formula Delta, 1x, Thavnairian Mistletoe, 1x Vampire Plant
  • Erudite’s Picatrix Of Casting (SMN): 1x Enchanted Gold Ink, 1x Bloody Grimoire Binding
  • Erudite’s Picatrix Of Healing (SCH): 1x Enchanted Gold Ink, 1x Bloody Grimoire Binding

Blacksmith:

  • Aeolian Scimitar (PLD): 1x Darksteel Nugget, 1x Blunt Aeolian Scimitar, 1x Basilisk Whetstone
  • Barbarian’s Bardiche (WAR): Darksteel Nugget, 1x Bloody Bardiche Head, 1x Basilisk Whetstone

Carpenter:

  • Champion’s Lance (DRG): 1x Spruce Lumber, 1x Bloody Lance Head
  • Longarm’s Composite Bow (BRD):1x Spruce Lumber, 1x Bloody Bow Rim

Leatherworker:

  • Wildling’s Cesti (MNK): 1x Darksteel Nugget, 1x Bloody Cesti Covers

Goldsmith:

  • Sanguine Scepter(BLM): 1x Darksteel Nugget, 1x Pinprick Pebble

Base Ingredient Locations:

  • Darksteel Ore: Dragonhead (Coerthas) Mining – Rare Node – 1:00 am Eorzea Time
  • Gold Sand: Drybone (Eastern Thanalan) Quarrying – Rare Node – 5:00 am Eorzea Time
  • Spruce Log: Dragonhead (Coerthas) Logging – Rare Node – 10:00 am Eorzea Time
  • Thavnarian Mistletoe: Dragonhead (Coerthas) Logging – Rare Node – 5:00 pm Eorzea Time
  • Trillium Bulb: Hawthorne Hut (East Shroud) Harvesting – Rare Node – 10:00 pm Eorzea Time
  • Vampire Plant: Dragonhead (Coerthas) Logging – Rare Node – 5:00 pm Eorzea Time
  • Cinnabar (Quicksilver): Low level mining
  • Rocksalt: Low level mining
  • Basilisk Egg: Drops from Basilisk-type monsters
  • Spoken Blood: Drops from Djigga-type monsters

Sources:

‘Magnesium02’ from Lodestone: http://forum.square-enix.com/ffxiv/threads/71222-A-Relic-Reborn-Walkthrough
Bluegatr Thread: http://www.bluegartr.com/threads/117775-Relic-Reborn-information
Reddit Thread: http://www.reddit.com/r/ffxiv/comments/1lb8jo/how_to_get_relic_weapons

**This page is still useful – but we have a more modern Consolidated Relic Guide,
which details ALL steps in your relic.**

The Week That Was #001

Our very first issue of “The Week That Was”! Every Sunday (a little late for this one) we will be posting what happened around FFXIVGuild & FFXIVARR news in general! Check it out!

The week that was: August 5 2013 – August 11 2013


a realm reborn paladin v warrior tanking comparisonWarrior v Paladin Tanking Comparison

We posted our first class comparison guide! Be sure to check it o
ut if you haven’t! You can contribute to the guide, if you feel like you have something to say! Comment on the article, or discuss it on the specific PLD vs WAR Forum thread.

 

 

We fixed up our Mining Guide & FAQ, and Botany Guide & FAQ. Currently, we need some help with these two guides. We have no clue what else people need to know about mining & botany. Help us out by letting us know!

miner guide ffxiv arr gatheringbotany guide ffxiv arr gathering

Are you living in Asia, and have a significantly faster ping to JP servers? We’re also trying to rally and organize an english-speaking community in Tonberry Server! Don’t be forced to an NA server just because you’re in fear of not having anyone to talk to! List your name on this thread so you can join our linkshells!

Why join our linkshells? Levelling up in groups is quicker and easier! Find friends so you don’t need to look around for quality party members! Registering is quick and easy: Don’t give yourself a hard time! Register for the site, and gain access to site commenting, and forums with one username!

The official download link for the FFXIV ARR Open Beta Client is also live!

Whats coming up?

Polishing Content
Basically, we’re all preparing to rip into open beta (Who isn’t?). We do have a bunch of updates lined up (Who woulda thought?). Were preparing for the huge updates due to all the changes that have to be made! Due to the tight time-frame we all have, alot of the guides have lacking images and general refinement. Be sure that once this open-beta and early access frenzy dies down, we will be polishing alot of our content!

Cross-class Skills
Once we really know what the requirements are for each job, we can really sink out teeth into cross-class skills guides. Also, Stat allocation & Materia Guides for all classes should be up very soon – in time for Open Beta! We don’t want people borking their characters!

Like always, if you have something to write about please let us know, message us through any means, comment or post on [Content Suggestions Forum]. Be sure to like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter so you wont miss out!

[The Week That Was Archive]

How to test your LAG/PING/LATENCY

That momentary lag, why some people react faster than you sometimes, we don’t realize it but choosing the right server and knowing how fast your connection is to each server can spell the difference between a wipe and your dream run.

For those of you who do not know how to test your LAG/PING/LATENCY in the FFXIV ARR servers, here’s how:

 

Simplest way:

  1. Download our PING TEST application <HERE>
  2. Run the application and look at your average ping (lower ping is better)

Note: if you have a virus scanning program, it may try to block you from using of our application, I guarantee application is 100% virus free, ignore the notification. If you’re still freaking out check the alternative instructions below.

 

For those who want to get their hands dirty:

  1. Open up a the run interface (Windows Button + R)
  2. Type in ‘CMD’ – this will bring you to the command prompt
  3. Type in ‘PING <IP Address>’ – you can find IP addresses of each FFXIV ARR server below

FFXIV-ARR-Ping-Latency-Check

 

FAQ

Q: What are the FFXIV ARR server IP addresses:
A:
North America Datacentre | square-enix.montreal.com | IP address : 184.107.107.176
Europe Datacentre | eu.square-enix.com | IP address : 209.130.141.243
Japan Datacentre | jp.square-enix.com | IP address : 202.67.53.202

Q: There are many servers in JP/NA/EU how come you are only giving 3 IP addresses:
A: Square uses these main IP’s in their region data centres for each of the sub servers, by testing the main IP, it will give you a fair idea of how your ping will be in the sub servers. (ex. for JP servers are all housed under one data centre of jp.square-enix.com)

Q: How do I know if the servers are working?
A: There are a few sites that house this functionality http://www.arrstatus.com/ is our preferred one. They have an android app too.

FFXIV ARR Reborn Crafting Leveling & EXP Guide

Do not make leveling up crafting in a realm reborn any harder than it has to be! Use these extremely helpful tips, and you’ll find yourself at 50 in no time! And start making money from FFXIV’s Marketplace!

If you somehow got to this page, but you’re rather new or haven’t crafted yet, you should try reading our General Crafting Guide & FAQ first.

Maximizing Each Craft

Make no mistake, 99% of the ways you’re going to get crafting exp is, you guessed it, crafting. Maximizing each craft is probably the most important tip when leveling crafting classes in FFXIV.

In ARR, gaining crafting exp and levels comes through the successful synthesis of items. However, you can try to squeeze as much EXP out of a single item each time you craft. (Often granting +200% bonuses and more!) How do you do it? By attempting for a high quality item each time. Take a look at these two examples.

ffxiv arr reborn crafting guide high quality vs no quality

 

The above example shows crafting two of the same items, “Ash Lumber”. One was quickly crafted without attempting to for high quality, which only got 298 experience. The second example, while it did not yield a high quality ash lumber, the resulting craft gained a bonus +233% exp. 

So when you’re crafting, always try to reach the highest quality percent possible, since crafting in a Realm Reborn seems to reward “effort”.

Completing your crafting log

Completing every entry in your crafting log is the next logical step WHILE maximizing each craft. Completing your crafting log  gives a chunky exp bonus. Do not sell or throw away the stuff you crafted just yet! Some items you craft will eventually be asked for to fulfill Tradecraft Levequests, or Grand Company Supply Missions. Which is discussed below.

Tradecraft Levequests

As we all know, Levequest allowances are pretty valuable. Spending them on craft leveling is one of the better ways to use them in FFXIV ARR. Tradecraft Levequests are issued through any Levemete. They also come in different difficulties, every batch increasing by 5 levels. You cannot undertake Tradecraft Levequests in groups. You simply need to give an item you crafted (or obtained through other means) Check out the picture below.

ffxic arr reborn crafting leveling guide tradecraft levequests

If you submit a high quality item, the reward is tripled(+200% bonus). This is why completing your crafting log (being ready with the required stuff) and maximizing each craft really helps you pile up on the exp down the line.

At level 20, repeatable Tradecraft Levequests become unlocked. You are required to submit (usually) 3 of an item, and this can be done thrice. Submitting HQ also works with this, resulting in a massive amount of EXP. Repeatable or not, Levequests are currently the best method of gaining DoH levels quickly.

Grand Companies and Crafting

In A realm Reborn, Grand companies can help you level up your crafting class in two ways. Grand Company Supply Missions, and Company-issue Engineering Manuals.

Grand Company Supply Missions

Grand company deliver missions are always running, and are accessed from the personnel officer of your grand company. Aside from being great ways to earn grand company seals, they are also great ways to gain crafting exp. You can also see this from your respective Grand Company Leve officer.

ffxiv arr reborn crafting leveling guide delivery missions

The interface is pretty self-explanatory. On the first column you have requested item (and what crafting class it comes from). The “Requested” column indicates how many times you can submit this mini-quest. It also shows you how many seals and exp to be granted to the respected crafting class upon turning it in. “Quantity” is how many of the item you currently own.

As far as I can see, it never asks for an item far above your crafting capability.  You should always be trying to fulfill this, It’s basically 8 free leve allowances.

Company-issue Engineering Manuals

Company-issue Engineering Manuals are bought from your respective grand company. The item description pictured below.

ffxiv arr reborn crafting guide engineering manual

The item is pretty useful, as you can see. It boosts EXP gained from crafting by 50%, up to a specified cap. There are more powerful manuals available the higher your rank is in your Grand Company. The downside is, these things cost Grand Company seals. But if you did the supply missions above, you shouldn’t be in a shortage of seals. Which is another reason you should really be doing supply missions. There is a higher level one available, but I wouldn’t recommend using either past level 20~.

Class specific leveling guides

Very soon, we will be including craft specific leveling guides. Make sure to like us on Facebook or check us out on YouTube so you’ll be the first to know!

FFXIV ARR Reborn Crafting Guide & FAQ

Everything you need to know about crafting in FFXIV! From becoming one, to leveling up to 50, you’ll find the info you need right here.

So you wanna be a crafter in a realm reborn ey? Well you came to the right place! Everything you need to know about crafting is found right here!

How do I become a crafter?

Once you pass your level 10 story quest, you can gain different jobs and classes. Crafting classes are no exception. Basically, just like choosing any class for the first time, any Disciple of Hand class you pick up starts at level 1, and you begin the cycle of leveling up yet again. Luckily, crafting is fun (for us at least) and we found out some great tips to make leveling as quick and easy as possible.

Also, just like any combat class, you can switch into any Disciple of Hand class by changing your mainhand weapon.

“I already know the basics to crafting! I want to know how to level up fast!, Don’t worry, we have a crafting leveling guide right here.

Where are the crafting guilds?

The different guilds are located in different cities. We have all of that listed down here: Crafting (and other) Guilds Locations

Talking to the guild receptionist in any guild should point you to the guildmaster. Who gives you a small task (Quest) to begin your career as a crafter!

Crafting: The basics

You can access your item recipes through your crafting log. As pictured below.

ARR Crafting menu location

Your crafting log acts a lot like your hunting log, which is different for each Disciple of Hand class you have. Similarly, completing an entry in your crafting log grants bonus EXP. More on this later.

Once you select an item you want to craft and press “Synthesize”, you will be brought to what we like to call the crafting mini-game interface. But first, here’s a small explanation of the different things found in the crafting UI.

Crafting UI Explanation

ARR Crafting Log UI

The crafting Log

1. Class Selector
You can easily choose which crafting class you wish to use/level with this little selector.

2. Level Selector
“Recipe Level” shows you the recipes you have, sorted by levels, depending on what crafting class you selected above.

3. Recipe List
Clicking on the level selector now populates this field with the different recipes you have of the selected level.

4. Item Stats
This shows you a preview of how much durability the item starts with. Durability determines how many steps you can take “working” the item before you fail or succeed. Also you can see the items base “difficulty” to craft.

5. Base Quality Indicator
By selecting High quality base materials, you can increase the amount of quality the item has even BEFORE you begin crafting. This makes high quality base materials very valuable.

6. Materials Required
Here you can see the various materials you need to begin crafting. Pretty self-explanatory.

7. No Quality / High Quality Material Selector
These little boxes give you the choice whether you wish to use a No Quality or High Quality base material.

8. Synthesize Button
Clicking on this begins the actual crafting process. Pictured below.

Crafting UI

Crafting and synthesis UI

1. Item preview
Shows you what item you’re crafting.

2. Current Step
Shows you how many times you have ‘worked’ this craft.

3. Durability
Shows current / max amount of durability. Durability goes down by 10 (normally) for every time you work the item. When it reaches zero, and the progress bar isn’t full – you fail the craft.

4. Material Condition
Material condition indicates how ‘responsive’ the current step is when trying to add quality. Normal grants no bonus, Perfect gives a huge bonus to quality if successful, and Poor material states should be avoided by waiting, or by adding synthesis.

5. Progress Bar
Shows you the current ‘completion’ level of the item you’re trying to craft. Adding to this bar is based on your Craftsmanship stat.

6. Quality Bar
Indicated how much ‘quality’ the item has. Note that there is no middle-ground. Either the item comes out as normal or high quality. You do not need 100% to get a HQ item. The higher the bar goes, the better chance you have in obtaining a HQ item (see the box above which says “HQ 2%”). You can increase this before you even start crafting by adding HQ base materials. Adding to this bar is based on your Control stat.

7. Quit
Cancels your current crafting attempt.

Crafting Actions

Disciple of Hand classes currently do not have traits, but they do have skills. Many skills are shared among all Crafting / Disciple of Hand. Below are a table of skills shared between all crafting classes.

Name LevelCost 
Basic Synthesis1FreeIncreases Progress
Efficiency: 100%
Success Rate: 90%
Basic Touch524 CPIncreases Quality
Efficiency: 100%
Success Rate: 70%
Masters Mend794 CPRestores item durability by 30.
Steady Hand922 CPImproves action success rate by 20% for the next five steps.
Inner Quiet1118 CPGrants a bonus to control with every increase in Quality.
Observe1312 CPDo nothing for one step.
Standard Touch1838 CPIncreases Quality.
Efficiency: 125%
Success Rate: 80%
Great Strides2132 CPDoubles the efficiency of the next touch action.
Effect Active for the next three steps.
Masters Mend II28150 CPRestores item durability by 60.
Standard Synthesis3315 CPIncreases Progress.
Efficiency: 150%
Success Rate: 90%
Advanced Touch3752 CPIncreases Quality.
Efficiency: 150%
Success Rate: 90%

Each class currently offer three unique crafting skills, all learned at level 15, 25 and 43. Descriptions and discussions of these skills are found on their respective pages.

Check on your guildmaster every 5 levels

Just like combat classes, crafting classes also have class-specific quests. They seem to come every 5 levels as far as we could gather. Doing these give you a free equipment upgrade, as well as some important skills to be unlocked for your class. Usually, they also “send you on the right direction” if you feel lost about what to craft, or what kind of materials you need.

Crafting gear!?

Yes, you need gear to craft too. Crafting level isn’t the only thing to consider when trying to craft higher level stuff. Crafting gear plays a big part in increasing your crafting stats. The different crafting classes each have a unique Main and Off-hand weapon (Tools). For example, equipping a Saw makes you a carpenter, and it’s unique offhand tool is a Claw Hammer.

Obtaining the much sought after high-quality items will be nearly impossible without a great set of crafting gear. We will be making a guide on that too, soon enough!

Check out: Crafting Gear Guide

Crafting Leveling Guide

You can check out our Crafting leveling guide, for tips on how to gain EXP fast. Hurry up and be well on your way to 50!

There are also Class Specific Leveling Guides:

Check out our other crafting class guides:
Alchemist | Armorsmith | Blacksmith | Carpenter | Culinarian | Goldsmith | Leatherworker | Weaver