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You’ve walked the long road and you’ve worn it well,

You stitched yourself up when you fell.

Armoring craft is one of the craft professions that New World offers players from the very beginning of the game. In other words, by collecting and using various types of resources and materials, you can create light, medium, or heavy types of armor, thereby improving your gear score and, importantly, Satchels, with which you can seriously expand the capacity of your character’s inventory.

Why do I need an armoring craft?

Armoring craft is one of the trading skills, will give sufficient experience to your character, increase your territory standing (each craft gives territory standing exp) not only at the early levels of the game but also at high levels. Upgrading armoring trade skills you can create armor of high tier level with various buffs, perks, gem sockets and use it for your own needs, as well as for sale at the auction.

By completing faction missions, you will receive tokens that can be spent on items that are sold by a representative of your factions. In the store, you can buy Rune of holding (depending on the level, it costs either 1000 faction tokens and 250 gold, or 3000 faction tokens and 500 gold), which will be used for the craft of Leather Satchel, which increases the carry weight of your hero. Both of these Satchels can be successfully sold at auction for at least twice the price, which can provide you with a good income, and if you use better materials for craft and use Azoth, then the sale cost will increase by an order of magnitude.

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Materials and other skills for armoring

For craft of the armor, either Forge or Outfitting stations are used, which can be found in any of the settlements. Light and Medium armors, as well as Satchels, could be crafted at the Outfitting Station, heavy armor crafts at the Forge. Each of the stations has its own tier level, which can change depending on the location (Settlement) and can be upgraded during Town Board Quests. The tier level of the station is a very important parameter to pay attention to, if the level of the Forge or Outfitting station does not meet the requirements of the armor craft, you will have to look for a Settlement with a suitable tier level.

The craft of the armor will require a huge amount of resources and materials, some of which can be collected, and some will have to be obtained using a number of trading skills, such as:

  • Leatherworking
  • Skinning
  • Smelting
  • Mining
  • Weaving
  • Harvesting

The main materials that you need:

  • Tier II leather (Coarse leather)
  • Tier II metal (Iron Ingot)
  • Tier II cloth (Linen)

The craft of the armor is simple in itself, but gathering and making the necessary materials is a very long and difficult process, but you can always take advantage of our special, limited Trade Skill Boosting offer.

When craft only with the above materials, the chance of getting buffs, special perks, or gem slots is very low, so if you craft armor for yourself or for sale (sale only makes sense when crafting items from tier III and above), higher tier level materials such as silk or star metal ingots. Also, while traveling around Aeternum, you will find various craft materials that can be added in the process of creating armor and will give special perks in the form of increasing strength, agility, and other buffs. During craft you can use Azoth, depending on the amount you add, your gear score will be increased and the item will get a higher quality level Untypical, Rare and etc., items of a lower-tier level will give less opportunity for adding Azoth.

A very good tip for the beginners – you don’t need to carry all the resources with you, each of the settlements has a Storage shed, where you can store all the necessary materials for crafting, when using Forge or Outfitting station, resources will be automatically selected not only from your inventory but also from your storage shed likewise.

How to power level armoring

The best tactic to upgrade your armoring skill is to collect and use low-tier level materials such as Rawhide, Hemp and Iron ore. Definitely, higher tier materials give higher craft experience, but it takes much more time to find and collect them and requires additional materials for processing, such as Crossweave, Tannin, and so on. In the Settlement, you won’t always have  Forge or Outfitting stations of the desired tier level. Therefore, it is better to focus on those materials that are easy to find, for this you can use top routes for farming.

But considering the new update version 1.1, once you unlock a new material, like iron ingot-steel ingot, the XP requirements to continue progressing by just crafting things at the previous tier will be significantly diminished.

Depending on the location, it is worth deciding which of the materials you can most and easiest to farm, and based on this, determine which type of Armoring skill leveling is preferable to you and what is better to focus on. There are three main focuses types:

  • Leather focus
  • Iron focus
  • Fiber focus

Now, let’s take a closer look at how best to build your armoring skill leveling in New World.

Level 0-50

At all stages of the game, but especially at the initial stages, a significant boost of the armoring skill will give the completion of Town boards quests on the craft of this or that type of armor, while only raw material is required to create armor, you even don’t need to refine them. During the craft, you will receive armoring experience, some character experience for crafting, and a reward (gold and experience) for completing the Town board quest.

Meanwhile, consider options of the craft considering each of the focuses, will measure it in items – shirts, gloves, and so on.

Leather focus:

27 Coarse leather shirt, total raw materials:

  • 2,376 Rawhide
  • 1 296 Fibers
  • 108 Iron ore

Iron focus:

52 Iron plate greaves, total raw materials:

  • 2080 Iron ore
  • 1 248 Rawhide
  • 416 Fibers

Fiber focus:

27 Linen shirt, total raw materials:

  • 2 376 Fibers
  • 1 296 Rawhide
  • 108 Iron ore

Level 50-100

Somehow, armoring level 100 that’s the milestone for most of the players, you will be able to craft a tier IV Leather Satchel, also always bare in your mind, that you will need less of the materials, cause you will salvage crafted items and get some material like linen or iron ingots back with doing a Town board quests it will decrease the time of leveling.

Leather focus:

799 Rough Leather Gloves, total raw materials:

  • 12 784 Rawhide
  • 12 784 Fibers
  • 3 196 Iron ore

Iron focus:

799 Iron plate boots, total raw materials:

  • 15 980 Iron ore
  • 9 588 Rawhide
  • 3 196 Fibers

Fiber focus:

400 Linen pants, total raw materials:

  • 16,000 Fibers
  • 9,600 Rawhide
  • 3 200 Iron ore

Level 100-150

And now the real hard grind begins. The strategy for improving armoring skills can go in several ways. Your character should already have a number of trading skills that are upgraded to 100 level, such as mining (to mine Starmetal ore), weaving (to craft silk), harvesting (to pick up silk fibers) and etc. Also, you will need materials like flux, tannin, crossweave, which can be found in chests as you travel to the New World, purchased at an auction or craft at the station, but for that, you will need a Common material converter, which can be purchased from a representative of your factions for factions tokens. If you have all of this, great, let’s take a look at the options of the armor crafts. Don’t forget to have Tier 4 stations at your Settlement.

Leather focus:

600 Layered Leather Gloves, total raw materials:

  • 14 400 Thick hide
  • 76 800 Rawhide
  • 7,200 Tannin
  • 9 600 Fibers
  • 2,400 Iron ore

Iron focus:

600 Star metal plate gauntlets, total raw materials:

  • 14 400 Star metal ore
  • 57 600 Iron ore
  • 28 800 Aged wood
  • 7200 Sand flux
  • 9 600 Rawhide
  • 2400 Fibers

Fiber focus:

600 Silk gloves, total raw materials:

  • 14,400 Silk Threads
  • 76 800 Fibers
  • 7,200 Crossweave
  • 9600 Rawhide
  • 2,400 Iron ore

Another strategy might be to collect and recycle materials with a low tier level, but just read and think about these numbers, to achieve an armoring skill from 100 to 150, you will need 82 412 Rawhide, 44 952 fibers, 7 492 Iron ore, that’s an approximate amount, cause due to update 1.1 it will take more material to gain. Not everyone is ready to devote so much time to gather resources and craft, to the detriment of PvP and PvE battles, visiting expeditions with friends, and just having an interesting pastime in the game. In order to save your time and nerves, we have a special offer – Armoring trade skill boost, due to it, you will not participate in boring grind, but in return will get the opportunity to craft armor up to 600 Gear score and earn gold at the auction.

Level 150-200

Half of the way is covered; let’s see what is the remaining way to achieve the coveted armoring trading skill level 200.

Leather focus:

989 Infused Leather Gloves, total raw materials:

  • 31 648 Iron hide
  • 47 472 Thick hide
  • 253 184 Rawhide
  • 27 692 Tannin
  • 15,824 Fibers
  • 3 956 Iron ore

Iron focus:

989 Orichalchum plate gauntlets, total raw materials:

  • 31 648 Orichalchum Ore
  • 47 472 Star metal ore
  • 189 888 Iron ore
  • 110 768 Aged wood
  • 27 692 Sand flux
  • 15,824 Rawhide
  • 3 956 Fibers

Fiber focus:

989 Infused silk gloves, total raw materials:

  • 31 648 Wirefiber
  • 47472 Silk threads
  • 253 184 Fibers
  • 27 692 Crossweave
  • 15,824 Rawhide
  • 3 956 Iron ore

So here are the main tips on how to upgrade your armoring skill to a maximum 200 level, the path to achieving this skill will be long and difficult, but in the end, all the costs and efforts will pay off.

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