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PostSubject: Artisans Workshop    Artisans Workshop   EmptyWed Dec 05, 2012 10:57 pm

Artisans Workshop

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Burial Armour Room (Levels 30+)

To start making dwarven burial armour, head to the back of the workshop on the ground floor and speak to Suak. He will then convince Sten to show you how to make burial armour. The level of ingots to use is determined by the kind of dwarf that you are making armour for.

◾Miners require armour made from level I ingots.
◾Warriors require armour made from level II ingots.
◾Smiths require armour made from level III ingots.

The higher leveled armour you make, the more experience you will gain from making it. Likewise, using more valuable materials will also yield more experience. Additionally if you make whichever item Suak is teaching about you will gain 10% additional experience from making it.

Ingots, Tier III252 seconds every 28 ingots28 X 15 = Each one hour 420 ingots
4 Minutes X, 15 Loads = 60 Minutes
Ingots, TierRequirementsMaterials
I30Iron 1
I45Iron 1 Coal 1
I60Mithril 1 Coal 60
I70Adanantite 1 Coal 6
I90Runeite 1 Coal 8
II30Iron 9
II45Iron 4 Coal 7
II60Mithril 3 Coal 12
II70Adamantite 3 Coal 14
II90Runite 2 Coal 16
III30Iron 12
III45Iron 9 Coal 17
III60Mithril 6 Coal 24
III70Adamantite 4 Coal 22
III90Runite 4 Coal 30
Activities around Artisans Workshop

Dwarf RequestSmith ancestor (Level 66)Broken Pip
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Cannon Room (Level 62+ Members Only)

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Ceremonial Sword Room (Level 70+ Members Only)

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IngotsTier RequirementsMaterials
ivSmithing level 1Iron 75
ivSmithing level ivIron 40 Coal 80
ivSmithing level 1Mithril 30 Coal 120
ivSmithing level 1Adanantite 25 Coal 150
ivSmithing level 1Runeite 18 Coal 144
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Track Room

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As you spend time working in the Artisans workshop you will gradually gain respect from the workers there. This respect can be exchanged with dwarf downstairs for additional rewards.

RewardRespect CostDescription
Quick Repairs5%Learn more about the workshop and repair burst pipes more quickly.
Repair Expert15%Earn 10% more XP for repairing burst pipes within the workshop.
Quick Learner20%Earn 2% more XP when making the burial armour item that Sten is teaching about.
Budding Student40%Earn an additional 2% more XP when making the burial armour item that Sten is teaching about.
(Requires Quick Learner)
Master Student60%Earn an additional 1% more XP when making the burial armour item that Sten is teaching about.
(Requires Budding Student)
Sword Plans
30%Plans for ceremonial swords, if you manage to make a perfect version using these plans you can keep it.
Golden Cannon50%Gives your dwarf multicannon a golden appearance.
Royale Cannon100%Adds gems and other cosmetic items to your dwarf multicannon.
(Requires Golden Cannon)


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PostSubject: Re: Artisans Workshop    Artisans Workshop   EmptyFri Dec 07, 2012 3:14 pm

RuneScape New posts over Artisans Workshop

Artisans Workshop
The Smithing skill gets a revamp as some renowned dwarven smiths move to south-east Falador to open the Artisans Workshop. Their workshop offers a wide variety of training activities, which should prove attractive to smiths of ALL levels. Head there with a stack of ore and your trusty hammer, and get stuck in. The workshop houses four different training methods to make Smithing more varied and enjoyable to train.

Track Room
The artisans are keen to link their workshop to the major dwarven cities, so they can ship in ores and transport their cargo securely. Apart from long-suffering Sten, few artisans are willing to get their hands dirty and actually build the mine cart tracks that will link their workshop to the rest of dwarven civilisation.

As such, any budding smith can lend a hand, making it a perfect place for low-level smiths to start out. While the experience rates aren’t high, the artisans will provide all necessary materials – just bring your hammer. Free-players will be able to make bronze and iron tracks; members will also be able to make steel tracks.

Burial Amour
The life of a dwarf is perilous: miners die in cave-ins all the time, warriors are statistically more likely to be smooshed by a troll than to make it to the end of their shift, and a smith’s lungs are blacker than the coal they work with. It’s not all doom and gloom, though, as when they die they will at least be buried in some spectacular artisan burial armour – that’s where you come in.

Level 30+ smiths are deemed worthy to make this most holy of armours. With the choice of different types of armour (miner, warrior and smith) and different grades (iron and steel for F2P, plus mithril, adamant and rune for members), there are a variety of experience rates and costs for a smith to choose from. If you make armour in line with Suak’s (the teacher) orders, you’ll earn that little bit of extra experience.

Cannon Repair
Where do dwarf multicannons go when they decay? They don’t add to your carbon footprint, that’s for sure. In a move that’s motivated by thrift rather than ecological concerns, the artisan dwarves have taken to repairing discarded cannons in the caves below their workshop.

This method offers great experience rates for members at level 62+ (comparable to gold smelting with Family Crest gold-smithing gauntlets) for a reasonable cost, but the higher your Smithing level, the cheaper it becomes.

Ceremonial Swords
The jewel in the artisan dwarves’ crown is the knowledge of how to make ceremonial swords. These swords are coveted across the breadth of RuneScape due to their individuality and beauty.

If you’re level 70+ member you’ll be able to precisely smith these swords via an interface. It can be tricky to master, but once you know what you’re doing the ceremonial swords offer some of the highest experience rates Smithing has to offer. Don’t worry if you’re not quite level 70, as you might occasionally be called upon to help out while working on other things in the workshop, and have a taste for free (even free-players).

While this update is intended to introduce new training methods, working in the workshop will earn the artisans’ begrudging respect, which can be traded in with Elof for rewards. These include better experience while following Suak’s orders when smithing burial armour; ceremonial swords you can keep once you’ve forged them; and cosmetic upgrades for your own dwarf multicannon.

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