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Basics

Pottery is produced in two stages. In the first stage you combine the appropriate sketch and a vial of water with clay and other materials on a pottery wheel. You then take the unfired result and combine it with firing sheets in the kiln to make a finished product. Remember, firing sheets go in the kiln and everything else goes on the pottery wheel. At least for lower-level recipes, and where only skill-ups are desired, it may be more effective to focus exclusively on the pottery wheel. Higher level results may be profitable, so check each recipe before skipping the firing step, or destroying the non-sellable results. Deity Idols were introduced July 2017‎ following the classic patch timeline.

Quick Leveling Guide

For more detailed info see below.

Item Ingredients Trivial
Sketch Clay Water Other
Unfired Medium Container Medium Jar Sketch Block of Clay Water Flask 36
Unfired Medium Bowl Medium Bowl Sketch Block of Clay Water Flask 122
Unfired Large Bowl Large Bowl Sketch Large Block of Clay Water Flask Glass Shard 148
Unfired Poison Vial Vial Sketch Small Block of Clay Water Flask Pelt/Skin* 148
Unfired Lined Poison Vial Lined Vial Sketch Small Block of Clay Water Flask Pelt/Skin* 168
Unfired Sealed Poison Vial Sealed Vial Sketch Small Block of Clay Water Flask Pelt/Skin* 188

Pottery Recipes

Basic

Item Clay Sketch Water Other Firing Sheet Wheel Trivial Kiln Trivial
Small Block of Clay (Conversion) Block of Clay Water Flask 21
Block of Clay (Conversion) Small Block of Clay x3 Water Flask 21
Block of Clay (Conversion) Large Block of Clay Water Flask 21
Large Block of Clay (Conversion) Block of clay x3 Water Flask 21
Skewers Block of Clay Skewers Sketch Water Flask Quality Firing Sheet 21 17
Small Clay Jar Block of Clay Small Jar Sketch Water Flask Quality Firing Sheet 31
Ceramic Lining Small Block of Clay Ceramic Lining Sketch Water Flask Quality Firing Sheet 36
Medium Clay Jar Block of Clay Medium Jar Sketch Water Flask Quality Firing Sheet 36 24
Cake Round Block of Clay Cake Round Sketch Water Flask Glass Shard High Quality Firing Sheet 37
Large Clay Jar Block of Clay Large Jar Sketch Water Flask Quality Firing Sheet 41
Pot Large Block of Clay Pot Sketch Water Flask Metal Bits High Quality Firing Sheet 56 31
Smoker Large Block of Clay Smoker Sketch Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet x2 82 34
Animal Shaped Cookie Cutter Small Block of Clay Animal Template Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet 102 17
Barbarian Shaped Cookie Cutter Small Block of Clay Barbarian Template Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet 102 17
Gnome Shaped Cookie Cutter Small Block of Clay Gnome Template Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet 102 17
Troll Shaped Cookie Cutter Small Block of Clay Troll Template Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet 102 17
Small Bowl Small Block of Clay Bowl Sketch Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet 102
Pie Tin Block of Clay x2 Pie Tin Sketch Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet 115?
Medium Bowl Block of Clay Medium Bowl Sketch Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet x2 122
Muffin Tin Block of Clay Muffin Tin Sketch Water Flask Metal Bits High Quality Firing Sheet 122?
Mixing Bowl Large Block of Clay x2 Large Bowl Sketch Water Flask Firing Sheet 128
Small Wisdom Deity Large Block of Clay Small Deity Sketch Water Flask Sand of Ro High Quality Firing Sheet >123 <136
Small Resisting Deity Small Block of Clay Small Deity Sketch Water Flask Wolf's Eye Agate High Quality Firing Sheet 122
Small Protection Deity Block of Clay Small Deity Sketch Water Flask Carnelian High Quality Firing Sheet 122
Large Bowl Large Block of Clay Large Bowl Sketch Water Flask Glass Shard High Quality Firing Sheet 148
Poison Vial Small Block of Clay Vial Sketch Water Flask Pelt/Skin/Brew* High Quality Firing Sheet 148?
Lined Poison Vial Small Block of Clay Lined Vial Sketch Water Flask Pelt/Skin/Brew* High Quality Firing Sheet 168
Sealed Poison Vial Small Block of Clay Sealed Vial Sketch Water Flask Pelt/Skin/Brew* High Quality Firing Sheet 188?
Velium Vial (Makes Thurg Port Pot) Small Brick of Velium Crystalline Silk x3 Glass Shard x2 High Quality Firing Sheet 122 122
Blank Rune (Unfired is tradeable for shawl) Enchanted Velium Powder Water Flask High Quality Firing Sheet 162 15

*Note: The only other Pelts and Skins that work are;

Deity Idols

Idol Components

Item Parts Created With Trivial or Level Classes needed
White Lead Lead Sulphide, Limestone Mortar and Pestle Poison Making ? Rogue
Large Block of Magic Clay Large Block of Clay Spell: Enchant Clay Level 8 Enchanter
Vial of Clear Mana Emerald, Poison Vial Spell: Clarify Mana Level 29 Enchanter
Imbued Gem Unimbued Gem Imbue Spell Level 29 See Chart
Divine Crystalline Glaze White Lead, Iron Oxide, Permafrost Crystals, Water Flask Glaze Mortar Non Tradeskill
Unfired Idol Imbued Gem, Large Block of Magic Clay, Vial of Clear Mana, Idol Sketch, Sculpting Tools Pottery Wheel Pottery 255
Fired Idol Unfired Idol, High Quality Firing Sheet, Divine Crystalline Glaze Kiln Pottery 242 to 248

Fired Idols

Item Imbued Gem Triv STR STA DEX AGI INT WIS CHA Resists Slots
Idol of Bertoxxulous
Idol of Bertoxxulous
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
WIS: +3 INT: +3
SV DISEASE: +2
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: WAR CLR SHD ROG NEC WIZ MAG ENC
Race: HUM HEF GNM
Deity: Bertoxxulous

Black Sapphire 282 3 3 2DR P/S/R
Idol of Brell Serilis
Idol of Brell Serilis
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
STR: +3 STA: +4
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: WAR CLR PAL BRD ROG WIZ MAG ENC
Race: HUM ELF HEF DWF HFL GNM
Deity: Brell Serilis

Ruby 282 3 4 P/S
Idol of Cazic Thule
Idol of Cazic Thule
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
STR: +2 INT: +3
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: WAR CLR SHD MNK SHM NEC
Race: ERU TRL OGR IKS
Deity: Cazic-Thule

Amber 248 2 3 P/S
Idol of Erollisi Marr
Idol of Erollisi Marr
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
CHA: +3 WIS: +3
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: WAR CLR PAL BRD ROG WIZ MAG ENC
Race: HUM ELF HIE HEF
Deity: Erollisi Marr

Rose Quartz 255 3 3 P/S/R
Idol of Fizzlethorpe Bristlebane
Idol of Fizzlethorpe Bristlebane
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
DEX: +3 AGI: +4
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: CLR BRD ROG
Race: ALL except ERU TRL OGR IKS
Deity: Bristlebane

Peridot 248 3 4 P/S/R
Idol of Innoruuk
Idol of Innoruuk
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
INT: +4
SV MAGIC: +3
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: ALL except PAL RNG DRU MNK BRD
Race: HUM DEF HEF TRL
Deity: Innoruuk

Sapphire 282 4 3MR P/S
Idol of Karana
Idol of Karana
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
WIS: +3
SV MAGIC: +2
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: ALL except SHD MNK SHM NEC
Race: HUM ELF HIE HEF HFL
Deity: Karana

Plains Pebble 242 3 2MR P/S
Idol of Mithaniel Marr
Idol of Mithaniel Marr
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
STA: +10
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: ALL except RNG SHD DRU MNK NEC
Race: HUM BAR ELF HIE HEF
Deity: Mithaniel Marr

Diamond 288 10 P/S/R
Idol of Prexus
Idol of Prexus
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
WIS: +3 INT: +2
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: CLR PAL BRD NEC WIZ MAG ENC
Race: HUM ERU ELF HEF
Deity: Prexus

Black Pearl 255 2 3 P/S/R
Idol of Quellious
Idol of Quellious
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
WIS: +3 INT: +2
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: CLR PAL MNK BRD WIZ MAG ENC
Race: HUM ERU ELF HIE HEF
Deity: Quellious

Topaz 252 2 3 P/S
Idol of Rallos Zek
Idol of Rallos Zek
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM QUEST ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
STR: +5
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: WAR SHD BRD SHM
Race: ALL except ERU HIE DWF IKS
Deity: Rallos Zek

Jade 248 5 P/S/R
Idol of Rodcet Nife
Idol of Rodcet Nife
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
STA: +2 WIS: +3
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: WAR CLR PAL BRD ROG WIZ MAG ENC
Race: HUM ELF HEF
Deity: Rodcet Nife

Opal 255 2 3 P/S
Idol of Solusek Ro
Idol of Solusek Ro
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
INT: +4
SV FIRE: +2
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: BRD WIZ
Race: HUM ERU ELF HIE DEF HEF GNM
Deity: Solusek Ro

Fire Opal 262 4 2FR P/S/R
Idol of the Tribunal
Idol of the Tribunal
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM QUEST ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
STR: +2 WIS: +3
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: WAR BRD ROG SHM
Race: HUM BAR ELF HEF
Deity: The Tribunal

Ivory 252 2 3 P/S/R
Idol of Tunare
Idol of Tunare
Item 1007.png

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: RANGE PRIMARY SECONDARY
WIS: +3
SV DISEASE: +2 SV POISON: +2
WT: 0.1 Size: TINY
Class: ALL except SHD MNK SHM NEC
Race: HUM ELF HIE HEF
Deity: Tunare

Emerald 282 3 2DR 2PR P/S/R

Leveling Guide

Pottery Wheel in Kelethin.
MediumJarRecipe01.png

First pick a location and make sure you have plenty of inventory space as Clay does NOT stack. So there will be a ton of running between the pottery wheel and the clay merchant.

Step 1 Jar and bowls

During this stage it is best to just discard your combines because they cannot be sold unless fired.
Since firing sheets do not stack it is very time consuming to fire and in most cases the firing step is trivial.
If you plan on needing any Mana Vials for Tailoring or Pottery Idols skip Large Bowls.

Item Ingredients Trivial
Sketch Clay Water Other
Unfired Medium Container Medium Jar Sketch Block of Clay Water Flask 36
Unfired Small Bowl Bowl Sketch Small Block of Clay Water Flask 102
Unfired Medium Bowl Medium Bowl Sketch Block of Clay Water Flask 122
Unfired Large Bowl Large Bowl Sketch Large Block of Clay Water Flask Glass Shard 148

Step 2 Poison Vials

At this point it may be important for you to recoup your losses some by firing the combines with a High Quality Firing Sheet.
These will also be useful to you if you plan on Poison Making or getting Tailoring above 131.

Item Ingredients Trivial
Sketch Clay Water Other
Unfired Poison Vial Vial Sketch Small Block of Clay Water Flask Pelt/Skin/Brew 148
Unfired Lined Poison Vial Lined Vial Sketch Small Block of Clay Water Flask Pelt/Skin/Brew 168
Unfired Sealed Poison Vial Sealed Vial Sketch Small Block of Clay Water Flask Pelt/Skin/Brew 188

Step 3 Deity Idols

Firstly find yourself some Sculpting Tools sold by most pottery vendors.

Enchanter Step Take any Poison Vials you have saved and an equal amount of Emeralds to an enchanter to create Vial of Clear Manas.
While you have the enchanter you may also wish to have them create an equal amount of Magic Clay.

Imbuer Step The last thing you will need is to choose an Imbued Gem, Imbued Amber for Cazic Thule is the least expensive option.
Once you settle on the gem/deity you will need to find a 29+ Cleric/Druid/Shaman/Wizard that worships that deity to imbue the gem.

Unfired Step Combine the Imbued Gem, Large Block of Magic Clay, Vial of Clear Mana, Idol Sketch, Sculpting Tools on a Pottery Wheel (Trivial 255).

Firing // Rogue Step If you decide to fire your idols you will need a rogue to craft up some White Lead so that you can make Divine Crystalline Glaze.
The Glaze is made with White Lead, Iron Oxide, Permafrost Crystals, Water Flask in a Glaze Mortar.
Lastly combine the Unfired Idol, High Quality Firing Sheet, Divine Crystalline Glaze in a Kiln (Trivial 242 to 248)

Pottery Guides

Where to Potter Around

Freeport
North Freeport the Pottery Wheel is behind the red building across from Jade Tiger at (-150, 40) (#16 on Map).
West Freeport there are 2 Pottery Wheels at (-224, -669) and (-227, -336). There is a Kiln at (156, -462).
Highpass Hold
The Pottery Wheel and Kiln are inside the Greyeagle Store.
Thurgadin
The Pottery Wheel and Kiln next to each other at the bank but the wheel is almost always in use.
Oggok
The Pottery Wheel and Kiln are inside the first set of caves (#4 on Map).

A Guide to Pottery by Etienne

Pottery is a unique trade skill in a number of ways. First of all, pottery seems to be the only trade skill aimed at enhancing another trade skill. Most of the goods you'll manufacture with this skill will only be of interest to bakers. Second of all, it is the only trade skill, to the best of my knowledge, that requires you to make two skill attempts in order to manufacture goods. Third, it’s incredibly easy to raise. Finally, you can make a good profit off this skill just selling goods to vendors though you'll have to have a high skill level before this is possible.

To start with, first verify that everything you need to practice pottery is readily available. That means you'll need to find a pottery wheel, kiln, and vendors to buy sketches, clay, and firing sheets from. When I first started practicing pottery I was using a pottery wheel and kiln in South Qeynos, buying my clay and firing sheets in West Karana, and was getting my sketches from a barbarian shaman who was making frequent trips between Halas and Qeynos. Trust me when I say it was a very frustrating period for me and I eventually just relocated to Halas, where I paid higher prices for raw materials and received lower prices for finished goods, just to have all of my pottery needs met in one small area. You'll eventually also want glass shards and bits of metal for more advanced pottery but you can worry about that when the time comes.

Next you'll want to spend a practice point on pottery just to get it started. Once you start practicing you'll find that pottery raises fairly easily and I certainly wouldn't spend more than 1 practice point on it. Certainly not before trying it a few times just to see what sort of raises you get on your own. Buy the basic pottery book for the instructions and "recipes."

The actual practice of pottery is a two-stage process. First you place a sketch, a flask of water, don't use the globes of water some casters can summon or the pods of water that woodsy types can forage for, the appropriate amount of clay, and any necessary extras like glass shards on a pottery wheel and click combine. If you're successful you'll be rewarded with an unfired product that you can then place in a kiln with the appropriate type of firing sheet(s) and combine to get your end product. When practicing keep working with an item until the pottery wheel returns the message that the item is trivial for someone of your skill level to make but ignore the kiln if it tells you that an item is trivial. It is harder to turn something out on the pottery wheel than it is to put it in the kiln to harden. The kiln will tell you something is trivial to make long before it’s trivial to make on the pottery wheel.

Clay, firing sheets, and some sketches don't stack so when buying trade supplies you may find yourself pressed for space. Because of this I recommend that you don't buy firing sheets until you actually have unfired products ready to put in the kiln. Otherwise you'll probably wind up dragging around excess firing sheets that are filling inventory slots that could be better used carrying clay.

What to make? The first few items in the pottery book, skewers, ceramic linings, and clay jars, are good starts. After those, however, there's a sharp increase in prices. I've never made a pot because I can't find a pot sketch but it also calls for metal bits and a smith friend has told me that they cost around 7 gp to make. Smoker and cookie cutter sketches are expensive as well, running in the 5 to 6 gp range. As you can see, at this point failures become very costly and you may want to jump ahead to more difficult but cheaper items. As of this writing, the recipe for small bowls appears to be broken. At least I get the message that "those items don't appear to combine in those quantities" when I try it. However, the next recipe, pie tins, works just fine and, even better news, actually turns a tidy profit when successful. It costs me slightly under 2 gp to make a pie tin and I can sell it to a merchant for slightly over 5 gp for a profit of 3 gp and mind you I'm dealing with merchants who give me bad prices because they don't like me. Cake rounds are slightly more expensive to make since they require glass shards but they also return a profit. Beyond that, I don't know the profit potential of the larger bowls because I haven't tried them yet and probably won't until pie tins and cake rounds become trivial. I suspect some of them will be quite profitable too, especially mixing bowls which may actually have a player market now that the baker's recipe for clump of dough has been fixed.

Now if you'll excuse me, my cookies are about ready and they're always best straight out of the oven. (I like to bite the heads off the troll shaped ones.)