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In Neverwinter, your gear and items play an important role in your character’s development and effectiveness in combat. While there are several ways to obtain new and more powerful equipment as you adventure through the world, one fun and exciting avenue for creating your own items is through professions.
Learning to craft in Neverwinter is an easy task, but obtaining the true benefit that professions can provide will require some dedication. Beginning at level 10, you’ll be able to choose a task from one of your crafting professions, hiring your first assets - Leadership Mercenaries, Platesmithing Miners, Mailsmithing Prospectors, Leatherworking Skinners, and Tailoring Weavers. After that task is complete, you’ll continue to issue tasks to advance in your desired professions, sending your Mercenaries out on Guard Duty, requesting your Prospectors to Gather Iron Ore, or asking your Weavers to Gather Wool Scraps.
These tasks will take time, and when you’re just starting out, you’ll only have a couple of profession slots available for your assets to do your bidding, but over time, you’ll be able to master everything that professions have to offer. As you complete tasks, you’ll gain experience points for your professions, along with profession resources and exciting rewards, such as Healing Potions, Leather Boots, Plate Armor, Enchantments, Skill Kits, Astral Diamonds, Gold, and more!
If you’re tight on inventory space, not to worry: your inventory has dedicated spaces for your professions’ assets and resources, which can all be sorted with the click of a button. Additionally, your assets will continue to work on your profession tasks while you’re adventuring. With professions in Neverwinter, you can always have something in the works!
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