Way to early guide to how crafting works and where to find materials in Draconia.
Patch – pre-alpha 0.1.008
Hello, it’s a me again with another early guide!
Many people who try out Draconia for the first time have little struggles with leveling, as it requires you to collect materials from the right spots. To help out a little, I thought I’ll drop a little guide about what you can mine and collect for levels and more, where to find it and what to keep in mind!
How to craft
A simple explanation of how the crafting works in Draconia.
Materials & where to find them
A list of all available materials and a description of the spawnpounts.
Craftables and their purposes
All Craftables, what you craft them for and of course the recipes!
Starting up with the most important info, these things are NOT collectable:
How to Craft
You may remember this part from my Beginners Guide. Crafting in itself is so simple that I’ll keep this section in both guides for a while.
These 2 screenshots explain the system quite well. With your materials gathered and in your inventory, you switch to the crafting menu and select your desired item. Some have 2 different recipes like the Reinforced Stash II, so make sure you pick the right recipe to craft.
With the crafting button at the bottom ready to go and clicked, you’ll have to wait a few seconds for the process to finish. You see how easy it is! But keep in mind that we’re on pre-Alpha territory here, guide updates are ensured. 🙂
Materials & where to find them
Draconia offers a small about of gather able materials like different metals or crystals. Some can be found in specific areas, some basically everywhere.
This list will become longer with time while the development goes on.
Drop: Rocks, rarely Azulite Fragments
You can find these in many areas like the around the twin lakes near the spawn village and the “first cave”.
Drop: Vitrolum, Rocks
Vitrolum can be found in the boneyard and is farely rare. Yet the ore grants a lot of materials.
This metal can be found near the upper twin lake and on the island with the great rock formation.
On the cliff side of the upper twin lake is a single Gentin Ore.
Similar to the Gentin Ore, this golden material has one minable spot at the shore of the upper twin lake.
Crystals & Gems
Drop: Viridite Fragments, rarely Crystals
There are 2 deposits of this bright green crystal in the bone yard.
Drop: Azulite Fragments, rarely Crystals
The great cave between the spawn and the bamboo forest holds one spot, the small canyon near by hides another. Multiple minable deposits of Azulite can be found a little further, in the bamboo forest.
Drop: Femur, Ribbones, Vertebrae, Ancient Tooth
Bonepiles can be found in various areas, most commonly in the boneyard of course.
These can be found all around the map, mostly near the spawn village.
Drop: Mytelia, Bivania, Vermentia, rarely Pearls
Found along the coasts of Draconia. One of the first spots to find some is all around the island with the great rock formation and serve as the deposit for our first quest items to collect!
These grow in the forest north-west of the boneyard. Despite their odd appearance, they are healthy!
Craftables & their purposes
The game currently offers some helpful recipes and the ability to make 4 still useless stashes. You can pose well with everything for fancy screenshots though. 😉
To craft items, simply have the materials you need in your inventory and select your desired item in the crafting menu. To place things down, dropping them out of your inventory will do the trick for now.
Crystals and Fragments
Azulite – Viridite – Kitrinite – Porphurite
25 Fragments – 1 Crystal
1 Crystal – 20 to 25 Fragments
These 2 recipes work with every type of crystal.
20 Femur and 50 Soil
Reinforced Stash I
10 Azulite Crystals and 50 Soil or
20 Femur and 50 Stones
Reinforced Stash II
10 Azulite Crystals and 50 Stones or
10 Azulite Crystals, 50 Soil and 20 Femur
Reinforced Stash III
10 Azulite Crystals, 20 Femur and 50 Stones.
1 Aahnuka – 1 to 5 Slices
20 Femur – 1 portion of Bone Meal
As you see, many materials are currently not used in crafting recipes. With the game getting more and more additions over time, more interesting and probably complex recipes will be added to the game and this guide.
As before I’ll drop you some helpful links for the game:
When joining their Discord server, make sure to take a look at the #info and #faq channels.
I hope this little guide on early crafting helped you out a bit and made some things clear.
I will keep it updated like my other Draconia 101 guides.
Thank you for your time and stay hydrated! 🙂
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