How to become a blacksmith on Wild Terra 2 by DaOpa. In this guide we will cover all the basic and advantage topics related to blacksmithing. Blacksmithing is a very important profession which allows you to make tools, armors and weapons.
Get started in blacksmithing, here are the first basic steps:
You will need to first make a stone hammer tool, which is basically 5 stones and 4 sticks which is very easy to gather.
And you will need to have built a stone anvil on your claim. To make a stone anvil you need one hewn boulder and four staves.
After having done both steps above you will have to gather copper from the copper deposits and use the anvil to convert the copper ore to copper ingots.
To gather copper from the boulders you will have to have a pickaxe equipped. You can start by making a stone pickaxe which is ten stone pieces and 5 sticks to craft. After you craft the pickaxe, equip it and then start to search for copper deposits.
After gathering at least 6 pieces of copper ore, you can then go back to your claim to craft your first copper ingot. To do that you will need to equip the stone hammer and be next to your anvil with the copper ore in your inventory. This is the first step to gaining blacksmith exp which will increase your blacksmithing levels.
The higher your blacksmith levels are the more tools, weapons and armor recipes will become available to craft successfully.
Crafter stamina economy (0.5 % per level)
Blacksmithing max quality (0.2 % per level)
Blacksmith Passive Abilities:
At level 5 gain which grants 50% exp when you fail at crafting a recipe.
At level 10 gain which raises minimum quality by 10%.
At level 20 gain 10% faster crafting speed.
How to process your ores using the bloomery.
At some point you will need to build a small bloomery in order to convert your ores and limestone.
Get started by building the bloomery, which needs 20x hewn stones, 5x rocks and 10 clay.
Place the bloomery on your claim, then you can put your ores and limestone into the available slots. Make sure to leave spots open for the results which will depend on what you put into the bloomery. You will also have to supply a fuel to make use of the bloomery. Fuel can be (5) sticks, (2) poles, staves, logs or coal.
Small Bloomery conversion list:
10 raw copper ore or 5 copper Ore becomes one copper ingot
10 raw tin ore or 5 tin ore becomes one tin ingot
3 limestone become one lime
At some point you will need to start creating a mixture of ingots to create more advance ingots that are for higher level recipes. To do that you need to make a crucible furnace. This also require fuels to operate, you can use (3) poles, staves, logs or coal.
To build a crucible furnace you need 10 hewn rocks, 5 hewn boulders, 5 staves and 10 clay.
Crucible Furnace conversion list:
2 copper ingots and one tin ingot become one bronze ingot
10 raw iron ore or 5 iron ore become one iron bloom
3 iron and coal mixture becomes one steel ingot
3 zuperit ore mixture becomes one zuperit
3 sangit ore mixture becomes one sangit
2 bronze ingot, 1 steel ingot and 1 zuperit becomes zuperium
2 bronze ingot, 1 steel ingot and 1 sangit becomes sangium
Blacksmithing leveling skill recommendations
If you have access to a jewelry maker, ask them to make you amethyst rings and necklaces. At 150 quality the necklace gives 9% and each of the rings gives 7.5 % which makes the total 24 double craft xp.
Level – Item to craft
0 – Copper Ingots
5 – Copper Axe, Knife
8 – Copper Saw
10 – Copper-tipped arrows
12 – Copper bucket, Bronze pickaxe
15 – Bronze hammer, Bronze round shield
17 – Bronze axe
19 – Bronze sword
20 – Bronze helmet
22 – Bronze bracers
25 – Bronze Breastplate
26 – Bronze bucket
30 – Iron ingot
32 – Iron nails
34 – Iron plates
36 – Iron hammer
40 – Iron bucket
42 – Steel axe
45 – Steel pickaxe
46 – Steel cuirass
50 – Noble sword