LastOneNW just published an excellent video outlining a solid master New World Jewelcrafting Guide 1-50. The Jewelcrafting profession is a crafting one, used to make various trinkets. Watch the video:
New World Jewelcrafting Guide – Video Transcript
Hey everyone, welcome forward jewelcrafting leveling guide where I’ll be sharing with you today is what you need to do to quickly level your jewelcrafting from zero to 50 that is enough for you to start also crafting rings that you can equip on your secondary juice slot when you unlock it. So let’s start since our objective here is to reach level 50 we will need to accumulate 11,125 experience the station we’ll be using is the outfitting station and you will find the jewels under that trinket section being level zero the only jewel type that you can craft are the amulets rings are only available after level 50 earrings after level 100.
So you will see that every amulet uses the exact same crafting components, the only thing that changes between them is that gem they use the other components are one chain one gem settings and one precious metal wingert. The chains and the gem settings are also made at this same station under the crafting components section and just require precious metal to be made in our case here will be always using silver. Each amulet itself gives 192 experience but we need to also account for the experience that comes from the sub components it chain grunt to another 15 experience in each gem settings another 12 therefore, the total experience for each complete amulet is 219. So now order to get to level 50 we will need to craft 51 of them and for that we will need 51 chains that require 255 silver ingots or 1020 silver ores 51 gem settings that require 204 silver ingots or 816 silver ores, another 51 silver ingots that require 204 silver ores so you will need in total 510 silver ingots or 2040 silver ores in addition to that you will need at least one uncut floor gem and in order to cut the gem 51 times you will need 102 molds of the type that your gem had wires in order to be cut.
So to summarize what you want to see on the storage before we start crafting are the 2040 silver or whatever uncut flawed gems that you have in the 102 modes that you require to cut those gems. You may be wondering why just one gem if we need 51 amulets right in there is where jus crafting is interesting. When you salvage one of these amulets, you will craft the resource you will get back is the same flawed gem you just used but uncut, so you just need to cut the gem again and you can reuse it to make another amulet. Okay, so just in case you don’t know, in order to cut the flaw gem, we just need to go to the standard cutting station with the uncut gems and two modes. The more types that you will need depends on the gem that you are cutting. For example, The amalekite uses somos
The carnelian uses fire mode, and so on. If you don’t know where to find those bolts, check my gettering playlist I may have already added guides on where to gather each one of them. On the other hand, if you’re not sure where to get the silver, I already have a guide for silver near ever fall, the link will be in the description and the gems you should be able to get enough while just gathering the silver since they are just a rare drop that you can get when you mined a node. Once you’ve got everything the process is very simple. First, you smelt all the silver into silver ingots. Then you can whatever gems you’ve got at this dunkerton station. I’ve said that you go to the outfitting station and craft the 51 chains in the 51 gem settings with all that you then craft as many amulets as you can with the amount of gems you have.
Then you salvage those amulets and get the uncut gems back. Then you go back to the stone cutting station to get the gems again, and then go back to the outfitting station to craft more amulets. And there you go. Now your job crafting should be level 50. In addition to that you have gained over 18,000 experiences melting 6000 Stone cutting in a bunch of experience in mining. Great, right. So that’s it. As always if you enjoyed this kind of content, consider subscribing. It really helps the channel and I hope to see you on the next one. Take it easy