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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

While the products other Tradeskill classes in one way or another concern your adventuring life, most of the Carpenter's wares are for the non-combat relaxing lifestyle. Carpenters make House Furniture, Strong Boxes, Consignment Containers (Tier 3+), Portable Repair Kits (T7, T8), and Deity Altars (Tier 4,7).

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The Ins and Outs of Carpentry

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Stations

Unlike other professions which use 1 station their whole life, Carpenters use four different tradeskill stations!

  • Woodworking Table - most of the Carpenter's product is made here
  • Loom - used to make rugs and tapestries
  • Forge - where you make house lights
  • Work Bench - here you create vases / bottles / jars

Fuels

For the most part, it's the standard fuel per station being used.

Note: exceptions may apply to both stations and fuels. (There may still be a fuel bug present in the game.

Carpenter Products

Furniture

The vast majority of a carpenter's creations are designed to be placed in one's home. Carpenters are the only class that crafts furniture*, and so they create all types: from standard fare such as chairs and tables to exotic light fixtures and foreboding sculptures. Almost all crafted furniture has an amount of Rent Status Reduction, which reduces the status upkeep cost of a home (up to 0 status cost).

Galleries of crafted furniture can be found at EQ2 Trader's Corner, which has recipes and images of all crafted furniture, and Everseek which has both crafted and other-source furniture images.

  • NOTE: All Artisans can craft T1 furniture, and all Craftsman can craft T1 and T2 furniture. There is also some crafted furniture, such as that made during Frostfell, which is craftable by all or other classes.

Altars

Carpenters can craft altars at Level 35(T4) and 65(T7) using NO-TRADE recipe books purchased from Deity Historians..

The T4 recipes are available in 'Deity Altar Crafting' (Costing 42g). They use common T4 materials. They are named "Crafted Altar of <DEITY>".

The T7 recipes are scribed from 'Advanced Deity Altar Crafting' (Costing 6p). They are named "Imbued Altar of <DEITY>". Despite the name, they use no Imbuing Material. Instead these recipes use the T7 Rare Wood Ebony.

Strongboxes

Strong boxes are heavy wood-based containers (weighing 100 units) with no item weight reduction. Along with their larger weight, their storage capacity is greater also. Although not specifically intended for everyday use, many people use them in place of bags such as a backpack, if their player strength will allow them to carry the extra weight.
The most common use for a strong box is for the bank or house vault, and, at early levels, storage containers for the broker.

Consignment Containers

Beginning at Tier 3 (Fir), Carpenter's can craft consignment containers, or sales displays. All crafted sales displays are Mastercrafted using a Rare Wood from tier 3 or higher.

By using a consignment container, you can then "Place" the display in-house (from a right-click menu, accessible from the market board). Upon doing so, other players can then enter your house and purchase your items directly (bypassing the markup imposed by the broker).


This article uses material from the "Carpentry" article on the EQ2 wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Original location for Player owned hosues via world map.

Carpentry was a skill that was in the stat screen on RSC for much of its early life, though there was no way to train it. It wasn't until the Agility skill was implemented that Carpentry was removed to be resurrected later as the much more comprehensive Construction skill.

Originally the empty houses and large building on the east side of Falador were set to be the Player-owned houses along with an added and then removed part of Varrock. When Falador's graphics were updated on RS2, Falador's Player-owned house area simply became an NPC residential area.

A picture of the RuneScape Classic stat interface, showing the Carpentry skill.
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