Locations for Crafting-Skill Trainers and Suppliers in Order and Chaos

Updated on August 4, 2017
Beginning quest line for foundry.
Beginning quest line for foundry. | Source

Once you finish the quest for crafting skills you will level crafting by buying patterns from your craft trainer. Each skill has its own unique trainer.

You will stick with your trainers until you max out your business skill at 600. You will work with the normal trainer until 500 crafting points. Then you will work with your legendary trainer.

I like this system and think Gameloft has done a fairly decent job with crafting. However, the gear you make at lower levels is fairly useless.

Most people want to do quests, and level, so fast that they leave the zone before they collect the mats from that area.

They move on to the next area where they will find mats they can not use yet. To finish crafting as you level you have to work on it by collecting mats every step of the way.

Most people get so anxious to be level 70 and rush forward. In my opinion, crafting does not stay balanced with your character unless you stay in each area and level crafting as you go.

However this might mean you are out of quests and killing monsters which give you no xp. In my opinion, there is no reason to race to 70 without the crafting skill, since you need the foundry for epics.

The only exception to this is if you already plan to buy your foundry by purchasing Ancient Slabstones from the Nick Shop.

To make it cheaper, you could work your own crafting, and then only buy a Slabstone if you really can't farm out the rest of the mats for that level.

Where are the Crafting Trainers in Silence?

Garment Trainer in Silence.
Garment Trainer in Silence. | Source
Leather worker trainer in Silence.
Leather worker trainer in Silence. | Source
Blacksmithing trainer in Silence.
Blacksmithing trainer in Silence. | Source

Trainers can be found in Silence, Greenmont, Generators Temple and many other places around the world.

The silence crafting trainers only carry a handful of patterns. In my opinion, this is one reason people get stuck on foundry. They don't realize the silence trainers are begging trainers.

This is actually quite normal for an MMORPG. Many others I have played give a beginning trainer, and then send you to a more in-depth trainer.

You need to start foundry ASAP, so these Silence trainers are here for that. Just to get you by until Greenmont.

  1. Garment - in front of the house near teleporter.
  2. Leatherworking - near archery targets next to the house where garment trainer is.
  3. Blacksmithing/Foundry - Between hill and wagon across from the fountain. He is just barely south west of the church.

There are two crafting supply merchants in silence, that I have seen. One of them is Mastoo, the fellow who gave you the quest for crafting. He is standing under the light post in front of the dummies.

The other one is located by the bar inside of the inn. Page one is yarn and page two is flux. Page three is where you can buy the potion to forget your crafting skill and choose a new one.

I think Gameloft did good when they made the forgetting potion on the third page, and cost 60 Gold. I am sure someone who accidentally reset their foundry would break their phone in half.

Where Are The Crafting Trainers in Greenmont?

Leather working trainer in Greenmont in the Quiet Path.
Leather working trainer in Greenmont in the Quiet Path. | Source
Garment trainer in Greenmont at the Legendary Gardens.
Garment trainer in Greenmont at the Legendary Gardens. | Source
Foundry trainer in Greenmont in the Hall of Foundry, near the stables.
Foundry trainer in Greenmont in the Hall of Foundry, near the stables. | Source

Gameloft did a nice job zoning for character skill and class. Each one gets their own little special section of the city where they can work in peace.

  1. Leather Working - Located in the only building, in the Quite Path.
  2. Garment - Just past the summoning stone for Vliya Temple. In the Legendary Garden.
  3. Foundry - Located inside the Hall of foundry, between the stables and gem merchant.

The zone not only contains your foundry patterns up to 500, it also has an NPC for your legendary foundry. For your convenience, there is a crafting supplier in each zone.

Your foundry should match your class. The leatherworking spell trainer is in the quiet path with the crafting trainer. The garment crafting NPCs are in the Legendary garden with the mage and monk trainers.

The foundry crafting trainer is located in a building that is in the same square as the building with the warrior trainer. The warrior trainer is in the opposite corner that the skill trainer is in.

Crafting Trainers in Generators Temple

There are crafting trainers in Genorators Temple. Honestly, I find them to be inconvenient and annoying. Two are near the bank in the corner, on the same level as the mechanical gear dailies.

The other is located up the stairs from the two trainers down the road from the dailies. If that even makes sense! I do not think Genorators Temple is very convenient, and probably only to be used in case of emergency.

I think there was one time I needed to use a trainer there, and that was to which specs for a PVP war that broke out in Hammers Fall.

Once you hit 500 crafting, you need to head to Generators temple to get Legendary crafting. Once you hit 600 then you must head to The Gray Market, Petrified Forest for your Grandmaster crafting.

Grandmaster crafting is not hard. You can farm the cloth, trade it or buy it off the auction house.

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        Jade Griffin 3 years ago

        Hey Charlie, you have run into a problem that many do. Many times this happens because you got to the previous cap but didn't finish a pattern before moving on. Or just missed one all together. But other things cause this too. Right now there are three ways to fix this. Honestly, if I were you id take the easy route. Right now the amusement park is up. It goes away after the holiday. Go throw some mellons, and do both the foot and mount race. The coins they reward you with can be spent on leatherwork points. These are dailies, so do it every day.

        Another way to sole this is to get patterns that drop. You want to farm a pattern that drops in the same location as the mats, or buy one on the AH.

        The third way is to find the patterns that is symbols, like seargents or seargents. I don't remember which symbol is at that level. But you should have a pattern. Good luck, hope you find a solution. Don't forget to go back and see if you missed a pattern.

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        Charlievoix84 3 years ago

        Hi. Been searching for answers but I couldn't find one. Hope you can help me. My ranger is stuck at 295 leather working points. Spent a lot of time Grinding matte boots recipe thinking that will solve the prob but when I finally got it it wouldn't add points. How can I reach 300 points with nothing left to craft? Would love to hear from you. Thanks

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        six78 3 years ago

        Nice thanks help me out indirectly