|Artisan||Craftsman||Carpenter||Sculpting||furniture, strongboxes, repair kits, and deity altars|
|Provisioner||Artistry||food and drink|
|Woodworker||Fletching||bows, arrows and throwing weapons (ammo), roundshields and bucklers, staves, totems, and harvesting tools|
|Armorer||Metal Shaping||Chain and Plate armor, Kite and Tower shields|
|Tailor||Tailoring||cloth and leather armor, backpacks, thrown-weapon bags & quivers, cloaks, and hex dolls|
|Scholar||Alchemist||Chemistry||potions, poisons, and fighter skill upgrades|
|Jeweler||Artificing||jewelry and scout skill upgrades|
|Sage||Scribing||priest and mage spell upgrades|
|Secondary Tradeskill||Tinkerer||Tinkering||tradeskill charms, harvesting tools, ability charms, dumbfire pets, others|
|Transmuter||Transmuting||Generic weapon adornments and Transmuted Resources|
This category has the following 35 subcategories, out of 35 total.
The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total.
Crafting allows the player to build items from certain components.
In Fallout 3, schematics can be used to construct various weapons.
Unlike other games, crafting in Guild Wars is not performed by the players. All crafting is done through NPCs. Crafters can be found in every town, and some outposts, throughout Tyria. A crafter specializes in one of three areas: armor crafting, weapon crafting, or rare material crafting. The first two types of crafters are only found in cities and outposts, with a couple exceptions (Sol Pyrrhus, Eternal Forgemaster). Rare material crafters, known as artisans, are only found in explorable areas.
Crafters charge for their services and they don't keep supplies on hand. When you want something crafted you must give the crafter all the material necessary for the crafting and the amount of gold requested to perform the service. For example, Banoit in Ascalon will charge 50 gold, and requires 3 Iron Ingots, to craft a Ringmail Hauberk.
For further information about crafting, see these articles:
Crafting is a varied skill which enables players to produce items such as jewellery, armour, and pottery for use or trade. At level 40 Crafting, while wearing a brown apron obtained from the Varrock clothes store, a player can enter the Crafting Guild.
The current minimum requirement to be ranked (at rank 2,000,000) on the hiscores for Crafting is level 42.
Pottery is the craft of turning Soft clay into pottery objects. Soft clay can be obtained either by mining Clay and using it with a bucket of water, or mining with a Bracelet of clay, which will remove the need to add water. Once soft clay is obtained, it can be used on a Potter's wheel to make the object desired, which is then fired in a Pottery oven.
|Image||Item||Level||Spinning Exp||Firing Exp||Notes|
||Pot||1||6.3||6.3||Used to hold Flour, amongst other things.|
||Pie dish||7||15||10||Used for baking Pies.|
||Bowl||8||18||15||Used in Cooking.|
||Plant pot||19||20||17.5||Used in Farming.|
||Pot lid||25||20||20||For keeping Pots airtight.|
To begin leather crafting, players need a needle and thread, normally purchased from the Al-Kharid or Rimmington craft shop, and some cowhide tanned into leather. In the free-to-play world, this means visiting the tanner in Al-Kharid, until players are able to enter the guild. Tanning costs 1 coin per ordinary leather, and 3 coins for the hard leather used to make a hard leather body. There is also a more expensive tannery in Canifis. Note: You can also make easy money by buying cowhides from the Grand Exchange for around 224 coins each, going to Al-Kharid, and making the hide into hard leather, which sells for about 288 coins each.
The cattle field east of Lumbridge is a convenient spot for leather crafters, since it is normally largely populated and easy to get to. Since getting from the Al-Kharid tanner to the Lumbridge cow pens frequently requires players to cross the Al-Kharid toll gate, it is advisable for players to complete Prince Ali Rescue to reduce cost. Players can also head north from the gate until they get to Ali the leaflet dropper, where they can go south again on the other side of the fence. Another convenient location to obtain cowhide in a free-to-play world is near the gnome copters as there is a field with cows and a merchant named Beefy Bill who can store your cowhide, flour, and meat for 10% commission nearby. The efficiency of this area is arguable, since the cows are widespread and the area contains many obstacles. The field just south of Falador is also convenient, since there are many more cows together in a smaller place, allowing faster kills. The distance to the bank from this field is longer than the gnome copters field, but shorter than the field east of Lumbridge.
||Leather gloves||1||13.8||Can be worn in the hand slot.|
||Leather boots||7||16.25||Can be worn in the foot slot.|
||Cowl||9||18.5||Can be worn in the head slot.|
||Leather vambraces||11||22||Can be worn in the hand slot.|
||Leather body||14||25||Can be worn in the torso slot.|
||Leather chaps||18||27||Best non-member's experience for soft leather. Can be worn in the leg slot.|
||Hard leather body||28||35||As the name suggests, it is made from hard leather.|
||Spiky vambraces||32||6||Attach kebbit claws to any vambraces (normal or dragonhide).|
||Coif||38||37||Can be worn in the head slot. Gives better ranged bonus than Cowl|
||Studded body||41||65||Can be worn in the torso slot. Gives better ranged bonus than Leather body|
||Studded chaps||44||69||Can be worn in the leg slot. Gives better ranged bonus than Leather chaps|
Studded leather items are made by smithing steel studs (level 36) and adding them to the completed leather item.
Snakeskins are found by killing Snakes on the island of Mos Le'Harmless, during the Tai Bwo Wannai cleanup mini-game and during the Temple Trekking mini-game. They can be tanned for 15 coins each, and then crafted using a needle and thread.
After starting The Fremennik Isles quest, members can kill Yaks to obtain Yak-hides and make them into Fremennik armour pieces. The Yak hides need to be cured for 5 coins to become craftable. It is not advised to make bodies for experience because you lose an extra hide in the process.
|Image||Item||Level||Exp||Yak-hides||Average Exp per Yak-hide||High alchemy|
This members-only part of the crafting skill is extremely similar to normal leather crafting, except that:
||Green d'hide vamb||57||62||1 Green dragonleather||1500|
||Green d'hide chaps||60||124||2 Green dragonleather||2340|
||Green d'hide body||63||186||3 Green dragonleather||4680|
||Blue d'hide vamb||66||70||1 Blue dragonleather||1800|
||Blue d'hide chaps||68||140||2 Blue dragonleather||2592|
||Blue d'hide body||71||210||3 Blue dragonleather||5616|
||Red d'hide vamb||73||78||1 Red dragonleather||2160|
||Red d'hide chaps||75||156||2 Red dragonleather||3108|
||Red d'hide body||77||234||3 Red dragonleather||6738|
||Black d'hide vamb||79||86||1 Black dragonleather||2592|
||Black d'hide chaps||82||172||2 Black dragonleather||3732|
||Black d'hide body||84||258||3 Black dragonleather||8088|
When you have all of the ingredients, use a bucket of sand and soda ash in a furnace to create molten glass.
Use the glass-blowing pipe with the molten glass to blow various items.
||Molten glass||1||20||Can be sold for 20 coins to Fritz the Glassblower on Entrana.|
||Beer glass||1||17.5||Can be filled by beer barrels.|
||Candle lantern||4||19||Can be lit to lighten dark areas.|
||Oil lamp||12||25||Can be lit to lighten dark areas.|
||Vial||33||35||Can be filled with liquid used in quests or Herblore skill.|
||Fishbowl||42||42.5||Can be used to contain pet fish or in Recipe for Disaster Pirate Pete part.|
||Unpowered orb||46||52.5||Can be powered into any four of the elemental orbs.|
||Lantern lens||49||55||Can be combined with lantern frames.|
||(Dorgeshuun) Light orb||87||70||Can be traded only after adding a Cave goblin wire to it.|
Entrana is a perfect place to blow glass, as it has respawns for glassblowing pipe and seaweed and has a sand pit, range and furnace. Dorgesh-Kaan also has a sand pit next to a furnace. Molanisks, which can be found just south of the city, drop swamp weed, a suitable substitute for seaweed. There is also a range just to the east of the furnace, making Dorgesh-Kaan an effective place to blow glass. For further crafting experience one can add a Cave goblin wire to a light orb. Copper wire is thieved from a machine next to the furnace in Dorgesh-Kaan (level 44 thieving required and 22 Thieving experience gained). Adding the wire gives 104 crafting experience (level 87 required).
If you want to fill oil lamps with Lamp oil, you need to use a piece of swamp tar on a lamp oil still with an empty oil lamp in your inventory. There are 2 stills in RuneScape: the scientists house in Rimmington and the lamp stall in Dorgesh-Kaan The Apothecary in Varrock can also turn the Swamp Tar into oil for lamps.
The orbs you create through glassblowing can be enchanted at any one of the four obelisks. You can then use them to create elemental battlestaves and make a nice profit. An elemental battlestaff can be created by using a charged orb with a battlestaff.
A battlestaff may be bought in Zaff's Superior Staffs! in Varrock or Baba Yaga's Magic store on Lunar Isle. The stock at Zaff's increases if you are wearing Varrock armour obtained by finishing sections of the Varrock Achievement Diary. Baba Yaga's shop stocks a maximum of 20 staves. Blank staves cost 7000 coins at Zaff's, and the market price at Baba Yaga's, which is generally 8000-8300 coins (finished battlestaves with orbs yield 9300 coins after high-alchemy). Given the common practice of players to buy daily dose of 64 battlestaff items and sell them at a profit, it is a very interesting way to level crafting. Depending on GE prices for charged orbs, attaching orbs to a battlestaff can be a low cost way to train crafting. The only catch is the high cost of the items which requires a significant working capital.
|Water battlestaff||54||100||The water obelisk is located deep in Taverley Dungeon up a ladder by the Black Dragons. Having high Agility will give you access to shortcuts on your way to the obelisk.|
|Earth battlestaff||58||112.5||The earth obelisk is located in the members part of Edgeville Dungeon, in level 2 wilderness. You will find it south of the Black Demons, near Chronozon and some Poison Spiders.|
|Fire battlestaff||62||125||The fire obelisk is located deep in Taverley Dungeon west of the Black Dragons. Having high Agility will give you access to shortcuts on your way to the obelisk.|
|Air battlestaff||66||137.5||The air obelisk is located in the members part of Edgeville Dungeon, in level 7 wilderness. You will find it north of the Black Demons, up a ladder.|
Battlestaves are one of the most profitable things you can make in RuneScape and give from 172 to 210 experience when you do all steps yourself, from making the glass, blowing the orbs, and attaching to staffs.
Tips for dealing with glass and battlestaves:
Alternative 1: Collect seaweed on Entrana, and burn the seaweed on a range on the way to the bank. (Runecrafting law runes may be included too.) Alternative 2: Arhein on the dock in Catherby will sell you 80 seaweed a day if you talk to him instead of trading him. (He will also sell you 40 pineapples for making supercompost.) Alternative 3: Take charged amulets of glory and bank at Draynor instead. You'll get more laws and more seaweed this way, but you'll have to burn later, and plan a trip to the Heroes' Guild to recharge your amulets. Alternative 4: Another option is to collect it from people dropping in Catherby, or simply buy it from the people doing big net fishing there, or collect in Piscatoris while catching monkfish. Seaweed and soda ash sell for 100-200 coins each.
Wield either earth or air staff and armour. Fill the inventory with uncharged orbs and 3 cosmics for each orb. The earth obelisk is south of the black demons next to Chronozon, air obelisk is north of the demons up a ladder. Bring a teleport for a leaving trip. (Amulet of glory to Edgeville is suggested)
Wield either water or fire staff and armour, dragonfire shield. Bring anti-poison potion (or Bracelet of Inoculation), a key to get through the gate as an alternative of using the agility shortcut, a teleport (or mithril grapple and crossbow for water obelisk), and fill rest of inventory with uncharged orbs and cosmic runes (3 per orb). The water obelisk is next to the black dragons, up a ladder and the fire obelisk is west of the black dragons. Note that making water and fire orbs is a really long trip and it's highly recommended that you make earth or air orbs instead. High agility gives a couple of possible shortcuts in the dungeon, as well as an escape from the water obelisk island using a mithril grapple & crossbow.
||Holy symbol||16||50||Needs to be strung with a ball of wool and then blessed.|
||Unholy symbol||17||50||Needs to be strung with a ball of wool and then blessed. Can only be made after the Observatory Quest.|
||Silver sickle||18||50||Can only be made during and after the Nature Spirit quest.|
||Lightning rod||20||50||Can only be made during and after the Creature of Fenkenstrain quest.|
||Demonic sigil||20||50||Can only be made during and after the Shadow of the Storm quest.|
||Silver bolts (10)||21||50||Add feathers to finish the bolts.|
||Tiara||23||52.5||Used in runecrafting.|
For gold crafting, you need:
Gold items are made by using a gold bar with a furnace, while carrying a mould and any cut gems you wish to use. The items that you have the ingredients to make will be displayed by the resulting interface.
Immense Heat is a special move for Pyrelords. Players can smelt a gold bar (and a gem if one wishes) into an item of Jewellery without using a furnace, providing they have the required crafting level.
|Crafting Gold Jewellery|
|---||Gold ring||Gold necklace||Gold bracelet||Gold amulet|
|Sapphire||Sapphire ring||Sapphire necklace||Sapphire bracelet||Sapphire amulet|
|Emerald||Emerald ring||Emerald necklace||Emerald bracelet||Emerald amulet|
|Ruby||Ruby ring||Ruby necklace||Ruby bracelet||Ruby amulet|
|Diamond||Diamond ring||Diamond necklace||Diamond bracelet||Diamond amulet|
|Dragonstone||Dragonstone ring||Dragon necklace||Dragonstone bracelet||Dragonstone amulet|
|Onyx||Onyx ring||Onyx necklace||Onyx bracelet||Onyx amulet|
Amulets give more crafting experience, but bracelets pay more with High alchemy.
|Crafting experience versus High alchemy (coins)|
|Hi Alch||GE||Exp||Hi Alch||Exp||Hi Alch||Exp||Hi Alch||Exp||Hi Alch|
Magic can also be used to enchant gold jewellery into powerful equipment for adding combat bonuses, transportation, etc.
Shilo Village gems are members only and cannot be used to make jewellery. You receive experience only for cutting them. These gems may crush when you attempt to cut them.
Shilo Village gems can be obtained from:
All gems, including the Shilo Village gems, can be used for making gem-tipped bolts for crossbows with the Fletching skill. These bolts can be enchanted with the Magic skill. Shilo village gems are also used for multiple purposes in the Tai Bwo Wannai cleanup minigame.
An often overlooked corner of the crafting (and sometimes thieving) world is the Rogue's Den. Crafting experience lies not in the course, but in the wall safes at the entrance. Players looking to work multiple skills can crack the safes, which yield coins in 10, 20, or 40 increments or (the main lure to crafters) gems from sapphire to diamond. These gems can be sold for profit or used to further train crafting through the crafting of jewellery.
While a player may not receive a gem every time, it is efficient as it does not require but a second for a safe to respawn. As well, unlike its thieving companion pickpocketing there is no stun period to deal with. A major advantage is the extreme proximity of a bank to store one's ill-gotten gains. Unlike the gem rocks of the Shilo Village, a player doesn't have to deal with gems below sapphires which yield comparatively lower experience and can occasionally be crushed. If a player pursues this crafting route, it is advised to have food stored in the nearby bank as failure to crack the wall safes can result in 2~6 damage (but no stun period). It is also recommended that a player purchase a stethoscope in the Rogue's Den for use when cracking safes. A stethoscope is sold for approximately 10 gp in the den. The Rogue's Den is typically moderately populated, but this is not for the wall safes or agility/thieving course. Instead, these players train the cooking skills since this area has one of the closest "everlasting" fires to a bank in all of RuneScape.
Note the wall safes do require 50 Thieving.
Capes can be purchased from the Varrock clothes shop or collected by killing highwaymen south of Falador. Dyes are made for you by Aggie in Draynor Village, at a cost of 5 coins plus the ingredients. There is also a purple dye spawn south of Ardougne. Also, players may buy any colour dye in the store in Lletya for 3 coins a piece
With just 2 experience for a single dye and 3 for a mixed dye, this is not good value, though many players like to wear a coloured cape to signify clan allegiance, or just because it looks good.
|Action||Unfinished Product||Level||Experience||Finished Product|
After the beginning of The Fremennik Isles quest, members can combine woodcutting with crafting by making Fremennik roundshields. Making a roundshield requires 1 bronze nail, 1 rope, 2 arctic pine logs, and a hammer to craft it. The crafting of the shield gives 34 crafting experience.
|Limestone brick||21 coins||1||20|
|Timber beam or Plank||1 or 100 coins, respectively||1||20|
|Swamp paste||31 coins||5||100|
Using a Flamtaer hammer gives 3-30 Crafting experience per second. An average of 12-15,000 xp per hour can be earned.
|Action||Raw Material||Level||Experience||Finished Product|
|Spinning Wool||Wool||1||2.5||Ball of wool|
|Spinning Black Wool||Black wool||1||2.5||Ball of black wool|
|Spinning Flax||Flax||10||15||Bow string|
|Spinning Sinew||Sinew||10||15||Crossbow string|
|Spinning tree roots||Roots||10||15|
|Spinning magic roots||Magic roots||19||30||Magic string|
|Spinning Yak hair||Yak hair||30||25||Rope|
|Spinning Seaweed net||52||Seaweed net|
Note that it is a good idea to earn both experience and money with flax and the Grand Exchange: Flax costs 149 coins each while bowstrings cost 216, which is approximately double. It is suggested that players buy a large amount of Flax , then spin it in a convenient location, such as Lumbridge, then sell the bowstrings on the Grand Exchange, which is in moderate demand among players. If player has finished Fremennik Isles quest, it would be a lot faster to spin flax using the bank chest one click away. Low level players can make up to 200k an hour by doing the process.
Players that have completed Throne of Miscellania quest can get a maximum of 1250 flax from their subjects daily.
Also, players wearing the Seers' headband 2 or better while spinning on Seers' Village gets the spinning time cut considerably, allowing more flax spun in less time.
In the Mort Myre swamp, there are snails that drop shells when killed. You can use a chisel with these shells to create snelms. Each snelm made gives 32.5 experience. Snelms come in two varieties - pointed and rounded.
|Cutting Snelm||15||32.5||Blood n' tar snelm|
|Cutting Snelm||15||32.5||Broken bark snelm|
|Cutting Snelm||15||32.5||Bruise blue snelm|
|Cutting Snelm||15||32.5||Myre snelm|
|Cutting Snelm||15||32.5||Ochre snelm|
This information is out of date and much of it may need to be rewritten.
|Level||Item||Experience||Raw Materials Required|
|1||Gloves||13.8||Cowhides -> Leather|
|1||Ball of wool||2.5||Wool|
|1||Gold amulet||4||Amulet, Ball of wool|
|1||Cut Opal||15||Uncut opal|
|1||Molten glass||20||Seaweed -> Soda Ash, Bucket of sand|
|1||Beer glass||17.5||Molten glass|
|4||Candle lantern||19||Molten glass|
|5||Gold ring||15||Gold bar, Ring mould|
|6||Gold necklace||20||Gold bar, Necklace mould|
|7||Pie dish||25||Water, Clay|
|7||Gold bracelet||25||Gold bar, Bracelet mould|
|7||Boots||16.3||Cow hides -> Leather|
|8||Gold amulet||30||Gold bar, Amulet mould|
|8||Clockwork Mechanism||15||steel bar and use of a Crafting table 2 in a POH (yours or a friends)|
|9||Cowl||18.5||Cowhides -> Leather|
|10||Strip of Cloth||12||Balls of wool|
|10||Toy horsey||15||Clockwork Mechanism, 1 plank, and use of any Crafting table in a POH (yours or a friends)|
|11||Vambraces||22||Cowhides -> Leather|
|12||Oil lamp||50||Molten glass|
|13||Cut Jade||20||Uncut Jade|
|14||Leather Body||25||Cowhides -> Leather|
|15||Toy soldier||15||Clockwork Mechanism, 1 plank, and use of a Crafting table 3 in a POH (yours or a friends)|
|16||Holy symbol||50||Silver bar, Holy mould|
|16||Cut Topaz||25||Uncut topaz|
|17||Unholy symbol||50||Silver bar, Unholy mould|
|18||Leather chaps||27||Cowhides -> Leather|
|18||Silver sickle||50||Silver bar, Sickle mould|
|18||Toy doll||15||Clockwork Mechanism, 1 plank, and use of a Crafting table 3 in a POH (yours or a friends)|
|19||Magic string||30||Magic root|
|20||Cut Sapphire||50||Uncut sapphire|
|20||Sapphire ring||40||Sapphire, Gold bar, Ring mould|
|21||Vegetable sack||38||Jute fibre|
|22||Sapphire necklace||55||Sapphire, Gold bar, Necklace Mould|
|23||Sapphire bracelet||60||Sapphire, Gold bar, Bracelet mould|
|23||Tiara||52.5||Silver bar, Tiara mould|
|24||Sapphire amulet||65||sapphire, Gold bar, Amulet mould|
|25||Pot lid||40||Soft clay|
|27||Cut Emerald||67.5||Uncut emerald|
|27||Emerald ring||55||Emerald, Gold bar, Ring mould|
|28||Hard leather body||35||Cowhides -> Hard leather|
|29||Emerald necklace||60||Emerald, Gold bar, Necklace mould|
|29||Emerald bracelet||65||Emerald, Gold bar, Bracelet mould|
|30||Penguin suit||15||Clockwork Mechanism, 1 plank, and use of a Crafting table 3 in a POH (yours or a friends)|
|31||Emerald amulet||70||Emerald, Gold bar, Amulet mould|
|32||Spiky vambraces||6||Any vambraces (leather or dragonhide) and Kebbit claws|
|33||Toy mouse||15||Clockwork Mechanism, 1 plank, and use of a Crafting table 4 in a POH (yours or a friends)|
|34||Cut ruby||85||Uncut ruby|
|34||Ruby ring||70||Ruby, Gold bar, Ring mould|
|36||Basket||56||6 Willow branches|
|38||Coif||37||Cowhides -> Leather|
|40||Ruby necklace||75||Ruby, Gold bar, Necklace mould|
|41||Studded body||40||Leather body, Steel studs|
|42||Ruby bracelet||80||Ruby, Gold bar, Bracelet mould|
|43||Cut Diamond||107.5||Uncut diamond|
|43||Diamond ring||85||Diamond, Gold bar, Ring mould|
|44||Studded chaps||42||Leather chaps, Steel studs|
|45||Snakeskin boots||30||6 Snakeskins|
|46||Unpowered orb||52.5||Molten glass|
|47||Snakeskin vambraces||38||8 Snakeskins|
|48||Snakeskin bandana||44||5 Snakeskins|
|49||Lantern lens||55||Molten glass|
|50||Ruby amulet||85||Ruby, Gold bar, Amulet mould|
|51||Snakeskin chaps||47||12 Snakeskins|
|53||Snakeskin body||55||15 Snakeskins|
|54||Water battlestaff||100||Battlestaff, Runes, Water obelisk, Unpowered orb|
|55||Dragonstone ring||95||Dragonstone, Gold bar, Ring mould|
|55||Cut Dragonstone||127.5||Uncut Dragonstone|
|56||Diamond necklace||90||Diamond, Gold bar, Necklace mould|
|57||Green dragonhide vambraces||62||1 Green d-leather|
|58||Diamond bracelet||95||Diamond, Gold bar, Bracelet mould|
|58||Earth battlestaff||112.5||Battlestaff, Runes, Earth obelisk, Unpowered orb|
|60||Green dragonhide chaps||124||2 Green dragonleathers|
|62||Fire battlestaff||125||Battlestaff, Runes, Fire obelisk, Unpowered orb|
|63||Green dragonhide body||186||3 Green dragonleathers|
|66||Air battlestaff||137.5||Battlestaff,Runes, Air obelisk, Unpowered orb|
|66||Blue dragonhide vambraces||70||1 Blue d-leather|
|67||Cut Onyx||168||Uncut Onyx|
|67||Onyx ring||115||Onyx, Gold bar, Ring mould|
|68||Blue dragonhide chaps||140||2 Blue dragonleathers|
|70||Diamond amulet||100||Diamond, Gold bar, Amulet mould|
|71||Blue dragonhide body||210||3 Blue dragonleathers|
|72||Dragon necklace||100||Dragonstone, Gold bar, Necklace mould|
|73||Red dragonhide vambraces
|78||1 Red dragon leather|
|74||Dragonstone bracelet||110||Dragonstone, Gold bar, Bracelet mould|
|75||Red d'hide chaps||156||2 Red dragonleathers|
|77||Red dragonhide body
|234||3 Red dragonleathers|
|79||Black dragonhide vambraces||86||1 Black d-leather|
|79||Feather headdress||50||Use 10 coloured feathers on a Coif|
|80||Dragonstone amulet||150||Dragonstone, Gold bar, Amulet mould|
|82||Black dragonhide chaps
|172||2 Black dragonleathers|
|82||Onyx necklace||120||Onyx, Gold bar, Necklace mould|
|84||Onyx bracelet||125||Onyx, Gold bar, Bracelet mould|
|84||Black dragonhide body||258||3 Black dragonleathers|
|85||Clockwork cat||15||Clockwork Mechanism, plank, and use of a Crafting table 4 in a POH (yours or a friends)|
|87||Empty light orb||70||Molten glass|
|87||Light orb||174||Light orb, Cave goblin wire|
|90||Onyx amulet||165||Onyx, Gold bar, Amulet mould|
|Clay||Mine||South-west Varrock, Crafting Guild|
|Buckets||Buy||Any shop that sells buckets, especially general stores|
|Water||Use bucket, vial with||Varrock east bank, Lost City|
|Cow Hides||Kill cows||Lost City, Yanille, Lumbridge|
|Leather||Take cowhide to tanners||Al-Kharid, Canifis, Craft Guild, the Ranging guild, and Neitiznot|
|Wool||Use shears on sheep||Lumbridge|
|Ball of wool||Use wool with spinning wheel||Buy from Keldagrim (100 in stock), Lletya or Ardougne shop, or use spinning wheel in Seers' Village, Barbarian Village, Lletya, Sophanem, Falador, Witchaven, Tree Gnome Stronghold, Relleka, Neitiznot or Lumbridge castle|
|Capes||Kill highwaymen, buy||DraynorVarrock Clothes Store.|
|Dye||Aggie in Draynor and Ali in Polnivneach make dye||Buy from crafting shop in Lletya. Redberries from S.E. Varrock, onions from west of Port Sarim, woad leaves from gardener in falador park. There's a purple dye spawn south of Ardougne too|
|Opals, Jade, Topaz||Mine||Shilo Village, Lunar Isle|
|Limestone||Mine, Buy||Mine at Quarry north of Varrock or Tirannwn; buy in Mort'ton|
|Seaweed||Big Net Fishing/Collect||Catherby if fishing it, Entrana, Shilo Village or the beach outside Keldagrim if collecting, Arhein sells 80 daily, Piscatoris Fishing Colony|
|Buckets of sand||Collect from sand pits (need bucket)||Zanaris, Yanille, Rellekka, Entrana, Yanille 84 from Bert daily|
|Gold||Mine (and smelt)||Crafting Guild, just outside of the Mining Guild, Scorpion Pit Mine, Arzinian Mine|
|Moulds||Buy from craft shop or get spawns||Al-Kharid, Keldagrim, Rimmington, Crafting Guild, Tool store 4 in a player-owned house|
|Sapphires, Emeralds, Rubies, Diamonds||Mine (some monsters drop too) and shops in Keldagrim, East Ardougne, Falador, and Al-Kharid sell them||Random event whilst mining (amulet of glory raises chance of mining a gem), Gem rocks in Shilo Village|
|Steel Studs||Smith steel bars into studs||Keldagrim, Varrock, Yanille|
|Dragonstone||Open crystal chest in Taverley||Key halves are rare drops by most monsters|
|Green Dragonhide||Kill Green Dragons||Wilderness: North of Goblin Village (level 13), East of Clan Wars (Level 19-24), South-east of Lava Maze (level 38); Chaos Tunnels|
|Blue Dragonhide||Kill Blue Dragons||Ogre Enclave, Taverley dungeon, Heroes' Guild|
|Red Dragonhide||Kill Red Dragons||Red Dragon Isle, Brimhaven dungeon|
|Black Dragonhide||Kill Black Dragons||Taverley dungeon, the Evil Chicken's Lair in Zanaris (requires a raw chicken and Sir Amik Varze part of Recipe for Disaster to enter)|
For players with level 99 Crafting, a Cape of Achievement can be bought from the Master Crafter in the Crafting Guild. The cape will cost 99,000 coins, just like all other capes of accomplishment. The Crafting cape of accomplishment can be used as a substitute for a brown apron to allow entrance to the Crafting Guild.
Craft was a member of the Sinyan terrorist organization Sociamorte during the Cruentusian War. He was a covicted conman and criminal which earned him his nickname. He joined the Sociamorte shortly after the Srav Federation's takeover of Sinya and assisted fellow member Zenn Mietere in assassinating Srav major Leon Spaalev. Srav soldiers arrived on the scene shortly after and Craft tried to hold off them off while Mietere attempted to escape. He was assumed to have been killed by the Sravs.