Welcome back for Part 2 of beginning crafting. Now that you have collected a lot of crafting materials, we can start crafting…
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Welcome new Warlords! In this article, I will be giving you a concise guide on crafting Unit Kits. This is applicable for the current season of the game (Season One), but things may change in future updates. Hopefully, after you are done with this guide you will have a firm grasp on where and how to make unit kits along with where to find the required materials.
Crafting oh man!! When I first started hearing the word crafting, my thought was sewing, knitting, stained glass painting. Ha Ha... What an eyeopener it was.
If you're trying to wrap your head around Conqueror's Blade, and you've likely often pondered about the best troops to bring with you while gathering. When I first began I thought that having farmers would result in more food output, while woodcutters might bring in more timber. Sadly I was mistaken. Every unit can be used to harvest, and most of their output depends on their "Labor".
Laurels are a very special currency in Guild Wars 2 that can help you get some of the most unique and valuable items in the game, including Ascended gear for your characters.
Return to the Gold Coast of Cyrodiil and visit the cities of Anvil and Kvatch. Here you will find the Dark Brotherhood and your chance to prove yourself as an assassin, if you dare.
I spent a good portion of my game time figuring out the additions to cooking during the Labor Day Weekend. It didn’t take that long considering I had a lot of materials stock piled to work with. I also found the wiki helpful with its Gourmet Training page. I will not be putting the full details of how to craft each item in your journey to becoming a gourmet. It is my intent to give you the flow of how this works and give you some tips to help you out.
Harvesting, gathering nodes, and turning raw materials into refined materials is as much fun as watching a progress bar. This can be fun for a little while, but it certainly is not EPIC.