SRD Talk:Craft Skill
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One does not need to be a spellcaster to craft Alchemy items. Just thought I should bring that up as one of the tables on the page seems to indicate otherwise. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk • contribs) . Please sign your posts.
- Yes, they do. It may or may not have been that way in 3.0 (I never played it, but I do know alchemy was handled differently), but it is that way in 3.5. See page 71 of the 3.5 Player's handbook for confirmation. --Daniel Draco 05:27, 6 May 2008 (MDT)
- I'm sure most people aren't going to play like that; since having to be a spellcaster to make basic potions doesn't make any sense. You're mixing up alchemical ingredients to produce a specific effect. You aren't imbuing potions with spells like the Brew Potion feat (page 89 in the 3.5 handbook), which it makes sense that you'd have to be a spellcaster to take. Alchemy in D&D is screwy enough, having to be a spellcaster to use it in the first place just makes it pointless. —ClarityNHZach (talk) 21:05, 24 January 2015 (MST)
Types of Craft's
I am really interested in what types of Craft can one have, what can be made with each craft and if there are any synergies. for examlpe
Alchemy: potions synergy: none
Blacksmithing: Metal weapons, Armor and Misc. synergy: ...
and all other types.
- Alchemy, Armorsmithing, Bowmaking, Weaponsmithing and Trapmaking are in the SRD table.
- Carpentry, Pottery and Leatherworking are given as examples in the PHB.
- I don't quite follow your proposed synergies. Potions are made with an item creation feat. Marasmusine (talk) 03:26, 12 December 2013 (MST)
Title Craft Alchemist, Apotechary, Herbalist, Talismonger Alchemy Armorsmith, Crossbowmaker, Weaponsmith Armory Blacksmith Blacksmithing Bookbinder, Parchment maker Bookbinding Bowyer, Fletcher Bowmaking Brewer Brewing Copyist, Draftsman, Illuminator, Illustrator, Mapmaker, Scribe Calligraphy Carpentry, Cartwright, Cooper, Joiner, Shipbuilder, Wheelwright Carpentry Horner, Sigil-maker Carving Chandler, Dyer, Soap maker Chemistry Foundry man, Tinker, Tinsmith Foundry Glassblower Glassblowing Cook, Innkeeper, Provisioneer Cooking Lens maker, Jeweler, Gem cutter Jewelry Cordwainer, Skinner, Tanner Leatherworking Mason, plasterer Masonry Locksmith, Gunsmith , Trapmaker, Watchmaker Mechanics Decorator, Painter, Portrait-maker Painting Potter Pottery Sculptor Sculpting Miner, Stonemason Stonemasonry Draper, Hosier, Mercer Tailoring Basket weaver, Fuller, Rope maker, Weaver Weaving Vintner Winemaking
Can I have a generic blacksmithing or metalworking skill rather than weapons and armor being separate?