Order and Chaos High Quality Armor Scrap Farming Guide

Updated on March 29, 2017
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In Order and Chos, high quality armor scrap farming takes place in the Tear Coast.

I have finally found some good videos for learning to farm scraps. The videos are made by Scepter, and worth the watch.

A few enemies in The Swamp of Wyrms drop them, but the best actual farming spots are not there.

There are many places to farm these because they drop off of all humanoid enemies in Tear Coast.

There are two locations that are the best for farming these scraps the one you use will depend on your crafting needs.

High quality armor scraps are used during all players journey through intermediate crafting.

Like normal armor scraps, every player in the game needs these. This means you can sell high quality armor scraps easily on the Auction House.

You want to finish your own crafting before you start to sell them. Remember, you will need Legendary crafting to make some epics.

Normal armor scraps are in high demand in the game, and essential to crafting.

They have a fantastic drop rate from Waterby farm.

High Quality Armor Scraps dropped by Buccaneers in Tear Coast.
High Quality Armor Scraps dropped by Buccaneers in Tear Coast. | Source
Buccaneers, high quality armor scrap farming location,
Buccaneers, high quality armor scrap farming location, | Source

Farming High Quality Armor Scraps on South Pearl Beach

South Pearl Beach is a series of beaches along the west coast of Tear coast.

There are four different beaches that make up South Pearl Beach.

The northern most beach is a great place to farm high quality armor scraps.

When you farm here you can also farm Bronze Mineral and Marcasite, poor and ordinary fur and collect a chest with level 1 scrolls in it.

I like this spot because there is a lot you can knock out, all in once place. Another place you can do that is with the screaming harpies and bandshies around the houses near silent hill.

Buccanners who drop high quality armor scraps. Captin Snook Forest.
Buccanners who drop high quality armor scraps. Captin Snook Forest. | Source

Drop Chart

Enemy
Kills
Drops
Buccanners
20
9
 
 
 
 
 
 

Buccaners and High Quality Armor Scraps

Captin Snook Forest, and his sturdy band of Buccaners are a group of shipwrecked deviants that drop high quality armor scraps and cotton.

The captain is level 15, and his buccaneers are level 13. Almost anyone can farm these with the enemies being so low level.

There are three groups of buccaneers on the beach. There are about 5 humanoids in each group.

Each group drops between 1 and 2 high quality armor scraps, for an average of 2 per group.

There may be a small very small wait for respawn. However, during that time you can take advantage of the resources of the area.

The forest boars drop poor fur, which leather workers need. They also need the ordinary fur dropped from the saltwater crocodiles on the beach.

You might also get lucky, in the group working with Captin Snook Forest, there is a chest.

In it, you will get some level 1 scrolls and a little bit of food.

You might also kill some time farming the ample amount of bronze and marcasite that spawn on the beach.

High quality armor scrap drop location.
High quality armor scrap drop location. | Source
High quality armor scrap drop location.
High quality armor scrap drop location. | Source

Farming High Quality Armor Scraps at Harvest Manor

Another great place to farm high quality armor scraps is around the Silent Castle.

Just before you get to the Silent Castle in tear coast there are tons of humanoid mobs that drop high quality armor scraps.

The best drop rate for high quality armor scraps are Screaming Banshees and the Screaming Harpy.

You get 2 or 3 high quality armor scraps for every 5 you kill.

They are all the way in the back, near Silent Castle, where the abandon town is.


Drop Chart

Enemy
Kills
Drops
Screaming Banshee
20
9
Screaming Harpy
20
10
 
 
 

What are High Quality Armor Scraps For?

As mentioned above, every player in Order and Chaos who wishes to level up their crafting skills needs to use scraps.

The number you need depends on your craft. However, plan to need a lot of these.

I have not counted the exact number, but they do not make it easy on us.

Farming them can take days, and buying them can take a pot full of gold.

My suggestion is never discard, leave behind, or vendor these scraps. They are much to valuable for that.

The second stage of crafting skills is called intermediate, which is just after primary.

By this point, you have worked your way through normal armor scraps in Arcadian Forest.

High quality armor scraps are used to make hoods, chests, gloves and boots for level 20 to 30 characters.

Garment makers will make cloth gear; foundry will make plate. Leatherworkers make leather gear.

Once you finish intermediate finished, you will move into advances crafting skills.

Strangely enough, the scraps you will need for this step are not advanced. Instead, you will need exquisite armor scraps.

For that, you will visit the Whispering Island and The Swamp of Wyrmns.

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