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The Blacksmith's wagon features a rough, sharp aesthetic made up of wood and metal that evolves as you level him up.
- Forge Items: The Blacksmith can make weapons and armor from salvagable material. As the blacksmith levels up and is taught recipes he can make higher level gear and higher quality gear, such as rare items with six modifiers rather than four.
- Salvage items: The Blacksmith can salvage magic, rare, set and legendary items. The result of salvaging depends on the item rarity. There is however a chance to receive a crafting material of higher rarity, than the salvaged item. For more, see Crafting Materials.
Before the Beta the blacksmith could also socket items, but this service has since been moved to the Jeweler.
As of Beta patch 13, the blacksmith no longer offers repairs. Instead, they are available at the vendor.
As the player trains the blacksmith, he gains access to a wider range of items. In order to level up the Blacksmith it is required to train him 5 times at each level. Each level up automatically grants him several new recipes, as well as a few more each time he is trained, even if he does not gain a level. Additionally the Blacksmith can be taught new recipes by giving him Plans, which can drop in the wild. As he levels up he will be able to learn more and more of them, since each Plan has a minimum Artisan level to learn.
Rare items start to appear on Journeyman level.
Each time he reaches a new difficulty level (levels 5, 7 and 9) he also gains the ability to upgrade crafting materials from earlier difficulties in addition to new equipment crafts.
|Level||Title||Gold||Pages of Training||Level|
|11||Exquisite||50,000||1 Death's Breath||60-65|
|Total||311,000||1 Death's Breath|