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LEARNING – AND FORGETTING - THE TEXTILEWORKER CRAFTSKILLS
« on: November 15, 2015, 05:30:33 pm »
To become a Textileworker you need to first seek out an old woman named CERINTHE, who lives on the island Calydnos in the east part of the Aegean Sea. If you ask to become her Apprentice, she’ll teach you Spinning and Weaving, in return for some small favors.  When Cerinthe is satisfied with your progress, she’ll give you a Letter of Recommendation  to another teacher, Fawn the Seamstress, who lives in Dun-Shivaar.

Fawn will teach you the skills needed to work as a Tailor, Ropemaker and Sailmaker, and then give you a Recommendation Letter to the next teacher, Sister Roxane, in the nunnery east of Olde Yorke. Fawn will also buy whatever thread, yarn or cloth that you produce for a fair price in Tradepoints.

Sister Roxane will teach you Embroidery and Lacemaking, skills in which the nuns excel. When satisfied with your progress, she will send you back to Fawn, who will teach you the final skill, Robemaker.

For now the Dyer, Tailor and Robemaker parts of Textileworking are not yet implemented. You will however be able to work as a Spinner, Weaver, Ropemaker, Sailmaker, Embroiderer and Lacemaker. There is also an extensive system of Traders, who will buy what you produce for Tradepoints or Tokens. More into about this in Crafter’s Alley, and in the post titled PRODUCTS AND BUYERS in this thread.

You will also find detailed info about how to get along as a Textileworker on the SIGNS in each Workshop, and in the first three rooms of Crafter’s Alley.