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Tradeskills are one of the many activities available to adventurers of Norrath. Tradeskills can create special items for personal use or for profit by selling the results to other players. While some crafts are available only to specific races, such as the tinkering of the Gnomes, players can in general reach a skill level of 200 in many different tradeskills. Reaching higher and higher level of mastery of any particular tradeskill becomes more and more difficult, and only the dedicated few will be able to call themselves Grandmaster of a craft. Various tomes can be found throughout Norrath, and deciphering them will give clues left by previous generations of masters. For the less patient, herein one will find all the known recipes and details for each of the available tradeskills.

Notes About Tradeskilling


Character stats affect all Tradeskills. Either your Intelligence or your Wisdom (whichever is the highest) will affect how often you get a skill increase. The higher the stat is, the better the chance you will get a skill improvement while tradeskilling.

Stackable Items

When combining any stackable items in a container, don't stack them! Put each item in its own slot. Hold CTRL when you click a stack to take just one item from the stack.

The Blacksmith at Work

List of Tradeskills

  • Plan ahead for the tradeskill you wish to max. Once you pass 200 in any one skill, all other tradeskills will cap out at 200.

The following site contains information on how stats affect tradeskills:

Success in tradeskills is governed by the following formulas:

  • Chance of success = MIN(SKILL - (.75*trivial) + 51.5, 95) -- this is for things w/ trivial higher than 68.

For things w/ lower than trivial of 68:

  • Chance of success = MIN(Skill - Trivial + 66, 95)

And actually that's not completely true either - you always have a 5 percent chance of success in either formula REGARDLESS of skill level.

Percent chance of tradeskill success table: TradeskillTable

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