Weaving

This profession is very simple in its nature, but essential for many professions such as Armoring and Engineering. With the help of weaving, fibers are processed into cloth. You can get these fibers from hemp plants through the Harvesting profession from level 1. In order to process the fibers, you need to go to a Loom in the settlement/village/town.

Weaving Materials

For some materials there are two ways to make them, which is why they are listed twice in the recipes overview in the game. Different materials are used, one lower level and one higher level. So you have a choice and can craft with the materials that are available to you in larger quantities.

Recipe (Profession Level)Material
Linen (0/10)4 Fibers (Level 0) or
2 Sateen, 3 Solvent (Level 10)
Sateen (20/50)2 Silk, 3 Solvent (Level 20) or
4 Linen (Level 50)
Crossweave (50)20 Refined Materials Tier 3, 1 Converter
Silk (30/100)2 Infused Silk, 3 Solvent (Stufe 30) or
6 Silk Fibers, 2 Sateen (Stufe 100)
Silkweave (100)20 Refined Materials Tier IV, 1 green Converter
Infused Silk (150)8 Wired Fibers, 2 Silk, 1 Clothweave
Wireweave (150)20 Refined Materials Tier V, 1 blue Converter
Phoenixweave (200)5 Infused Silk, 1 Scalecloth, 1 Blisterweave, 1 Clothweave

Origin of the materials

Procurement of raw materials

In order to upgrade your profession from 1-200 you will need fibers, silk threads and wire fibers. With the Harvesting profession you can earn these materials yourself. The upgrade of Harvesting 1-200 is very time-consuming, but you will get a large amount of fibers and threads.

On NewWorld Map you can view fiber, silk plant and wire fiber deposits to find the right places to farm.

With these materials you can then expand your Weaving Skill. Theoretically, you can also buy all materials in the trading post, but you will notice that especially Silk and Infused Silk will be in high demand and expensive.

MaterialOrigin
FibersHemp Plants
Silk ThreadsSilkweed Plants
WirefiberWirefiber Plants
Common Material ConverterFaction Representative
Advanced Material ConverterFaction Representative
Masterwork Material ConverterFaction Representative
Weak SolventCrates and Chests in the World

Converters Procurement

You can get Converters at your Faction Representative. Talk to him, open the Faction Board and look at the top right of the UI. Press on Buy Rewards. You will see all items he can sell to you.

Common Material Converter (Tier III): 100 Faction Tokens
Faction Rank: Scrivener (3000 Reputation)
Advanced Material Converter (Tier IV): 200 Faction Tokens
Faction Rank: Chronicler (11.000 Reputation)
Masterwork Material Converter (Tier V): 500 Faction Tokens
Faction Rank: Cabalist (26.000 Reputation)

Material Converters require Faction Currency to be purchased

Procurement of finishing materials

The following finishing materials can be manufactured as well as found in supply crates.

Refinement ProfessionRefined Material
SmeltingSand Flux – Tier III
Shelldust Flux – Tier IV
Obsidian Flux – Tier V
StonecuttingWeak Solvent – Tier III
Potent Solvent – Tier IV
Pure Solvent – Tier V
LeatherworkingTannin – Tier III
Rested Tannin – Tier IV
Aged Tannin – Tier V
Woodworking or
Stonecutting
Coarse Sandpaper – Tier III
Fine Sandpaper – Tier IV
Obsidian Sandpaper – Tier V

How does the skill system work?

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!

Level 1-50: Linen | Loom Tier 2

With linen you learn the first 50 levels and need about 1600 fibers from hemp plants. You can already pick hemp with Harvesting Level 1.

Level 51-100: Satin | Loom Tier 3

As soon as you reach level 50 you can produce Satin for the first time. For this you need 4 Linen as well as Crossweave, Silkweave or Wireweave. You can find them in chests in houses, but you can also produce them yourself with Weaving.

Since the amount of Linen from step 1-50 will not be enough for you, you will still have to produce a lot of Linen at 51-100. You will advance in the level more slowly, but you will still get experience points.
The experience points increase per level a bit more.

In every city, the weaving mill is standard at Tier 2, so if you want to weave Satin, you have to do it in a city that has this building upgraded to at least Tier 3.

Level 101-150: Silk | Loom Tier 3

From level 100 you can weave your first Silk. However, silk plants are rarely found in the meadows and forests, which is why the prices at the trading post are very high. With a Harvesting level of 100 you can farm your own silk.

As an add-on you need cloths (Crossweave, Silkweave or Wireweave) again, which you can make yourself or collect from supply containers.

Level 151-200: Infused Silk | Loom Tier 4

Once you are at a level of 150 you can make Infused Silk. For this you need wire fibers and silk. You can harvest wire fiber with a harvesting Level of 175.

As an add-on you need cloths (Crossweave, Silkweave or Wireweave) again, which you can make yourself or collect from supply containers.

Level 200: Phoenixweave | Loom Tier 5

From a level of 200 you can craft epic cloth, which is needed for very valuable armor and tools. In addition to Infused Silk, you will need Scalecloth, which is very rarely available when harvesting Silk Plants, and Blisterweave, which is rarely available when harvesting Wire Fiber Plants.

You also need Wireweave which you can craft yourself or get from crates and chests.

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