- Jewelcrafting belongs to the group of Crafting professions.
- Maximum Level 200
- With Jewelcrafting you can make rings and amulets.
- Production of gemstone dust against elemental damage (buff)
- Each ring and amulet already has an assigned gem slot such as impact protection, stab protection, fire protection, etc.
- Use Azoth and effects to determine the value of the items.
- Building: Outfitting Station Tier 2-5
Leveling Jewelcrafting 1-200
For each item you craft you get experience. For items that are available from Skill Level 0, you’ll get significantly fewer experience points compared to an item that is unlocked at Level 150. Theoretically you can increase your Skill Level with every item. But beware: The cheapest material is not always the cheapest solution!
As you can see, you can craft 15 different Tier II Amulets with an uncommon quality level. For the production you need first of all gems which you can get from the Stonecutting profession.
Furthermore you need a chain and a setting which is also made by Jewelcrafting, as well as precious metals like silver, gold, platinum and orichalcum.
Level 1-200: Amulets Tier 2 – Outfitting Station Tier II
I would recommend taking a look at the trading post to see which gems are the cheapest out of the 15 and level your profession with them. Selling the amulets of this Tier is not so easy, as you will be given an amulet early on in the main story.
Since you can get these materials very easily by farming or buying them at the trading post, you can level your profession with this recipes for a very long time. Even though you can make better items with higher levels, it is usually better to stay on the Tier 2 amulets and rings, since the materials are much cheaper here.
You should try to sell some of the items and salvage the rest, as this will give you materials again to build more items.
Perks and Special Resources
Effects are random in low chance crafting unless you add a special raw material.
By default, you always have a small chance of an effect, this chance can be increased by Azoth. With an effect the quality of the item changes.
With these special resources you can determine attributes like strength, dexterity, buffs against NPCs, etc. You can buy these effects from other players at the trading post or collect them yourself from enemies or chests.
If you have Azoth, I recommend you use it for crafting, because the higher the quality level (Common, Untypical, Rare, etc.) the more valuable the armor is at the trading post.
Increase chances for Perks with Azoth
Azoth is a special resource on Aeternum because it can be obtained and used in many ways. You will be rewarded with Azoth for certain tasks or you can mine it from nature with the right effect.
It is used for fast travel through Aeternum but also for crafting items.
By default, most items have only a low chance of gaining attributes, effects, and gem slots. With the addition of Azoth, they have a high chance.
You should therefore always use Azoth when crafting if possible, as your item will become much more valuable and efficient with effects and sockets.
When you use better materials to craft items, the armor value increases and you can use more Azoth.
The more effects you have on your item, the higher its quality level (Common, Untypical, Rare, etc.) will be.
Gear Score – Primary and Secondary Materials
There is also the possibility to use more expensive materials for the production. For example, if you don’t have rough leather, but coarse leather, you can click on the leather and remove the checkmark from the “Owned Items” box.
Now you can see which materials you can use.
The rank and rarity of the primary material determines the rank as well as the armor value of the manufactured item. For example, if you use an atypical material instead of a common one, the item becomes at least atypical.
The rank and rarity of the secondary materials affect the Gear Score of the crafted item. As mentioned above, a higher value allows you to use more Azoth.