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 Becoming a Blacksmith is a wise choice since its path is highly profitable - especially at late game state. Thanks to recipes and materials that can be dropped or salvaged, you can create unique equipment which is not available in regular shops, quests or even from boss drop! It is recommended to choose this Occupation on your second character if you are not playing in a team.


Solo difficulty: ★★★★★
Best vocation: Knight - due to capacity needed to hold all materials for crafting
Best subprofessions: Miner (★★★★★) - gather ores for smelting, Lumberjack (★★★★☆) - gather wood for crafting
Other subprofessions: Fisherman (★★★☆☆), Treasure Hunter (★★☆☆☆), Jeweler (★★☆☆☆), Cook (★★☆☆☆)
Pros Cons
Great for team Difficult for solo play
Earning by forging items and selling to players Hard to earn money on early game
Can play and exp entirely from town Probably 1 Blacksmith needed for team of 5-8 players

 To start Blacksmith Occupation talk with NPC Grimbold in Dion. He works in his forge under the Dion sewers. Remember that if you choose Blacksmith path, you cannot become Hunter or Alchemist.

To get experience as a blacksmith and level up, you have to do following actions:


  • Craft equipment
  • Smelt ores
  • Salvage equipment
  • Repair equipment

 When you level up, you get a point that you can add to one of 6 attributes:

Blacksmith Attributes

  • Salvaging - ability to get materials from equipment.
  • Smelting - ability to create materials from other materials.
  • Armory - crafting armors.
  • Weaponry - crafting weapons.
  • Tools - creating tools.
  • Repairing - ability to repair equipment.


 There are 6 stages of Blacksmithing depending on Blacksmith Level:
  • Novice [1-9]
  • Intermediate [10-29]
  • Advanced [30-59]
  • Master [60-89]
  • Virtuoso [90-99]
  • Legendary 100


 It is a process of retrieving materials out of weapons or armors. You can do it by using active Crucible (right click) on weapons or armor (left click). Every item has its own materials that can be crafted from or that you can receive in the process of salvaging.
 You can check what items you are going to retrieve from armor by using Anvil, choosing Armory, category of armory in example Legs, then choosing desired legs (ie. plate legs) and clicking "Materials" button.

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 Remember that your Crucible has to be in active mode to salvage item, so you need to fill it with fuel like Coal or Wood. Every item has it's own salvage level, so you have to put points in Salvaging attribute to work with rarer or more powerful items.
By entering Salvaging from Anvil menu, you can see how many items you have salvaged already.



 In this process you put materials in the Crucible to smelt them into ingots or plates, to be more useful in crafting. If you put more points into Smelting attribute than you can smelt rarer ores. To open smelting window you have to put some fuel into Crucible. Then you can use crucible on itself (right click on the crucible and left click on crucible).


 Now you can see what materials you need to create ingot and smelt this ingot if you have enough materials.


If you have enough materials, you can smelt 10 items at one click.

 Each material that you smelt is decreasing Crucible active duration. More advanced materials decrease crucible faster, so you need more fuel for them.
But how to get those ores for smelting? You can loot them from monsters, buy from other players, gather in salvaging and finally get them through Miner hobby.

Forging - Armory, Weaponry, Tools

 Forging armors, weapons and tools looks exactly the same. You need different skills, of course, but it looks the same.
 Every item has its own forging level. Rarer items have higher level. By distributing points into Armory, Weaponry and Tools you decide what kind of equipment you want to craft. Each category of forging have specific types of equipment. You can see it here:

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There might be more types in future.

 When you enter specific type you can see a list of items that your attribute (Armory, Weaponry, Tools) allows you to craft. If you choose an item, you can see more information about it or just craft it if you have enough materials.

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Recipes or crafting, smelting, repairing levels may change before final server release.


 Repairing is really helpful if you loot item with Quality under 0. Normally you would have to use Matter of Ruthlessness what is really expensive, but with Blacksmith Hammer and Repairing kit you can repair almost any item. All you need is Amory or Weaponry Repairing Tools (you can craft it in Tools>Blacksmith tools). Each quality takes 1 Repairing Tool. In example - if you have Golden Legs with quality -3 you have to use hammer three times on them to get quality 0 (you also need 3 Repairing Tools for this action).


Key Items



 Every Blacksmith needs an anvil and crucible for his craftsmanship. Crucible are powered up by coal or wood. There are many crucibles around cities and forges.

 By using Anvil you can also check which materials will you get for specific items by salvaging it.


 You need Anvil to craft items and distribute points into attributes. There are many anvils around cities and forges.

Blacksmith hammer

 The special hammer used by blacksmiths to repair equipment. You will also need repairing kit for that.


 Many items may be used as a fuel. Every fuel item gives different crucible fire duration.


 In Trollheim Online you can find a lot of new items. One of them are Blacksmith Materials!


Go into occupations to see rest occupations.

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