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The War Within: Blacksmithing Recipes Guide

Our The War Within: Blacksmithing Recipes Guide features all available Recipes in the current Season 1 of The War Within. Check out our War Within S1 Blacksmithing Overview on Your-MMO.com
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The War Within: Blacksmithing Recipes Guide

Our The War Within: Blacksmithing Recipes Guide features all available Recipes in the current Season 1 of The War Within. Check out our War Within S1 Blacksmithing Overview on Your-MMO.com

All The War Within: Blacksmithing Recipes

Everburning Forge
 
Everburning Ignition
 
  
Smelting 
Sanctified Alloy 
Charged Alloy 
Ironclaw Alloy 
Core Alloy 
  
  
Armor 

Everforged Armor Gear

  • Helmet
  • Shoulders
  • Chest
  • Wrists
  • Gloves
  • Waist
  • Legs
  • Feet
  • Shield
 

Ironclaw Armor Gear

  • Helmet
  • Shoulders
  • Chest
  • Wrists
  • Gloves
  • Waist
  • Legs
  • Feet
  • Shield
 
  
  
Weapons 

Charged Weapon Gear

  • Greataxe
  • Longsword
  • Mace
  • Shortblade
  • Spellblade
  • Warglaives
  • Claymore
  • Crusher
  • Facesmasher
  • Halberd
  • Hexsword
  • Invoker
  • Runeaxe
  • Slicer
 

Ironclaw Weapon Gear

  • Greataxe
  • Axe
  • Great Mace
  • Knuckles
  • Sword
  • Dirk
  • Stiletto
 
  
  
Embellishments 
Arathor Armor Patch
 
Echoing Impact Seal
 
  
  
Embellished Gear
 
Crystal Gazer’s Gauntlets
 
Echoing Truncheon
 
Entangling Cutlass
 
Haunting Void 
Lightwatcher’s Visor
 
Siphonig Stiletto 
  
  
Profession Equipment
 
Artisan Blacksmith’s Hammer
 
Artisan Leatherworker’s Knife
 
Artisan Pickaxe 
Artisan Sickle 
Artisan Skinning Knife
 
Artisan Blacksmith’s Toolbox
 
Artisan Leatherworker’s Toolbox
 
Artisan Needle Set
 
Proficient Leatherworker’s Toolbox
 
Proficient Blacksmith’s Toolbox
 
Proficient Needle Set
 
Proficient Blacksmith’s Hammer
 
Proficient Leatherworker’s Knife
 
Proficient Pickaxe
 
Proficient Sickle 
Proficient Skinning Knife
 
  
  
Competitor’s Plate (PvP)
 

Vicious Competitor Armor Gear

  • Helmet
  • Shoulders
  • Chest
  • Wrists
  • Gloves
  • Waist
  • Legs
  • Feet
 
  
  
Stonework 
Earthen Master’s Arsenal
 
Ironclaw Razorstone
 
Ironclaw Weightstone
 
Ironclaw Whetstone
 
  
Framework 
Forged Framework
 
Webbed Fishing Line
 
Weighted Lure 
  
  
Other 
Earthen Master’s Hammer
 
Coreforged Repair Hammer
 
 

War Within Crafting System Overview

Quality and Expected Quality

Every newly crafted equipment will have 5 different qualities. Crafted Reagents and consumable items will have 3 different qualities. Higher quality equipment will have higher ilvl, while higher quality consumables will give you more stat or last longer.

If you hover the little icons near the bar, then you can see what kind of items you can get at higher quality.

Optional Reagents

Optional Reagents are used to set your desired secondary stats, craft higher ilvl items, and they can also add a couple of unique bonuses.

Finishing Reagents can be used to get extra Inspiration, Skill, Multicraft, or Resourcefulness when you craft an item.

For example, you can use optional reagents to add +30 Skill. This can be really useful if you only miss a few skill points to craft an item at higher ilvl.

Profession Equipment

Profession Tools and Accessories will give you bonuses to profession Skill, Multicraft, Inspiration, Crafting Speed, Finesse, Deftness, Perception, and Resourcefulness.

Profession Knowledge

Profession Knowledge points are the “talent points” that you can put into your profession specialization to learn a new skill, stats, and bonuses.

You get one Profession Knowledge point when you craft any item or gather a herb/ore/leather for the first time. But after that, every source seems to be something with a weekly reset, so pretty much all profession Knowledge gains will be time-gated.

Crafting Orders

Crafting Orders are a new way to request another player to craft something for you for almost any crafting recipe. The interface basically looks like the Auction House, it’s very easy to use.

  • All reagents must be provided by the one who posted the Crafting Order.
  • Completing a crafting order as a crafter will cost you nothing, and you can gain skill points in your professions. (if the recipes would normally give you skill points)
  • You will also be able to customize the order by including various Optional Reagents depending on the recipe, dictating exactly what you want to be crafted. For example, many equipment recipes will allow you to specify secondary stats.
  • There are Public and Personal Crafting Orders. Public ones can be completed by anyone, but Personal orders can only be completed by the person you send them to.
Item Recrafting

Every crafting profession can recraft an already-crafted item. This is very useful once you gain higher profession skill because you don’t have to craft your items again, you can recraft them at a higher ilvl for a fraction of the cost.

  • Recrafting items don’t reroll secondary stats unless you use optimal reagents.
  • You can add optional reagents that increase ilvl.
  • Non-crafters can use recrafting via the usage of the Crafting Order system, but this feature currently only works for Personal Crafting Orders and not Public Orders. You will have to find a guild mate or friends or look for someone on the trade chat.

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