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What Professions Will You Use?
Weapon Smithing
30.77%
12 30.77%
Armour Smithing
23.08%
9 23.08%
Enchanting
20.51%
8 20.51%
Alchemy
12.82%
5 12.82%
Provisioner
12.82%
5 12.82%
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Crafting in the DC


Started by Thomas Bérard
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So friends what do the men and women of the DC plan to learn crafting wise? Will you specialise in hammering away at steel crafting armour or weapons? Experiment in your laboratory? Enchant some weapons? Or maybe brew some ale? Note you can master two professions or you can spread your points among three or more professions.

I personally will use enchanting as my 'main' crafting skill per say and I'll delve a little bit into armour smithing to create the light armour I require and the rest will go into alchemy.


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Post #119336
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Weapon and Armour, for Orcish reasons.
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For reasons of Orc(maybe Redguard) I will be mainly smiting with both weapons and armour.


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Provisioner all the way!


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I will be do weaponsmithing and enchanting. Weaponsmithing to make my bow and daggers more powerful, and enchanting to improve stealth, archery, light armor, health, and etc.
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Provisioner, for the fact that it may be less popular than the other professions (hence if someone needs a provisioner, I'll be at the ready).

Alchemy because it goes well with the profession of a provisioner (in reference to supply) as well as the amount of demand people have for effective potions and poisons (steady income).


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(November 29th 2013, 10:00 PM)Mage Wrote: Provisioner, for the fact that it may be less popular than the other professions (hence if someone needs a provisioner, I'll be at the ready).

Alchemy because it goes well with the profession of a provisioner (in reference to supply) as well as the amount of demand people have for effective potions and poisons (steady income).

I agree, demand for potions is always high, added to the fact that less people are taking alchemy, it seems alchemists are going to role in the money.


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The two I chose for the poll were weapon smithing and provisioning. I chose these because of the decay system being re-introduced into ESO, meaning weapons will be in a higher demand than what they were in Skyrim, and because provisioning allows you to make your own alcohol; who doesn't want to do that?! Well, that and the fact that provisioning must add something more to the game than just making food, right? Sure, these two aren't going to be the money-milkers that alchemy is going to be, but to pass up an opportunity to try something absolutely different because I won't make as much money is a stupid notion to follow, albeit a notion commonly followed.


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(December 3rd 2013, 03:59 AM)Sir DJ Fails-Alot Wrote: The two I chose for the poll were weapon smithing and provisioning. I chose these because of the decay system being re-introduced into ESO, meaning weapons will be in a higher demand than what they were in Skyrim, and because provisioning allows you to make your own alcohol; who doesn't want to do that?! Well, that and the fact that provisioning must add something more to the game than just making food, right? Sure, these two aren't going to be the money-milkers that alchemy is going to be, but to pass up an opportunity to try something absolutely different because I won't make as much money is a stupid notion to follow, albeit a notion commonly followed.

Being from British society I have to agree with the making of booze however apparently, read from the TESO official website, provisioning provides long lasting effects where as alchemy is short term or instant effects.


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I will be an armor smith primarily so I can make some nice equipment for my Orc Warrior, secondary i'll probably decide in game but i'm leaning towards weapon smithing or maybe provisioning, because I heard booze mentioned up there ^^ and no one wants to mess with a drunk Orc.
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