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Tailoring

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Tailoring involves both the creation of leather and cloth and the creation of leather and cloth based items. These items include various armor types, boots, belts, gloves and cloaks. To create cloth the player must harvest cotton. To create leather, the player must obtain animal skins. These can be acquired by hunting the desired animal and skinning it. To skin an animal, the player must equip a Skinning Knife on the animal corpse. Animal skins are unique to each animal. To create leather, the skins must first be cured. This process is done at the Curing Tub and uses various ingredients. These can be found in the CNR Recipe Spreadsheet. Leather is created at the Hide Rack and requires a cured hide and tanning oil. Tailors must also possess a Sewing Kit in their inventory in order to use the Tailors Table. To craft leather armor and other pieces of clothing, the player must combine the appropriate leather or cloth, a pattern and any other required ingredients. If successful, the item will be placed in the player’s inventory. If unsuccessful, the items will be destroyed. To create a pattern, the player must include a Book of Patterns and a piece of cloth. These are also made using the Tailors Table. Tailoring also has a few special recipes that make special items. These can also be found in the CNR Recipe Spreadsheet. Dexterity (65%) and Intelligence (35%) are the key abilities for Tailoring.


BASICS OF CURRING/TANNING:
1: all cured hides is made in the curing pool. You need a flask of taning acid and salt. The ammount of salt varies with the size of the hide to cure (small 1 salt, medium 2 salt and large 3 salt). In general, a bat hide is small, while a malar hide is large.

2: tanned hides are put in the hide rack together with a flask of tanning oil, to produce a leather.

3: the leather can be used in the tailors workstation, together with cloth patterns (and enchanting oils).

BASICS OF TAILORING:
1: all tailored goods are made in the tailors workstation, using various amounts of cotton and other ingredients.