DAILY WRITS GUIDE
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WELCOME TO DAILY WRITS
Normal daily writs can be done after you reach level 6 and have completed crafting certification as outlined on the beginner crafting guide page. You can do one writ from each crafting profession on every character each day, with the daily reset time being 6:00 AM UTC.
DAILY WRIT OVERVIEW
One thing you will want to do early on is get on a schedule, if you can, where you complete your daily writs and mount training at the same time each day so you get the most benefit out of the time spent. There are several places in the game that make this an easy thing to do, having the stable in close proximity to the craft stations and turn in point for the writs. Elden Root in Grahtwood for example is a popular spot to knock out writs, and hit up the stable on the way to turning them in.
There are 7 Crafting lines: Alchemy, Blacksmithing, Clothing, Enchanting, Jewelry (only accessible through the Summerset DLC), Provisioning, and Woodworking.
You have two options for gaining the certifications required to start doing daily writs. You can be level 10 in the crafting profession and visit the trainer NPC to become instantly certified OR you can do the initial quest which is rather short. And for both options, your character must be level 6 or above.
In order to begin, visit the Writ Board (shown below) in any town or city with crafting tables. You’ll find a quest telling you about needing certification and Masters of the craft will train you. After you receive your quests for Consumable and Equipment Crafting, locate the Mages Guild and the Fighters Guild in any of the major cities. These can be identified by looking for the following symbols on the map as shown below.
For the Jewelry Crafting Writ, the only place you can start it is in Alinor, the capital of Summerset. You will need to speak with Felarian, a High Elf dressed in purple close to the entrance of the crafting area, he works just like the other two NPC’s that gives you the certification.
Once you have completed crafting the items from the dailies, you will complete the quests by turning the items into the collection point. This point is typically fairly close to the boards where you pick up the quest, but can be a little further away depending on the city. They are not marked on the map, but you will want to look for boxes similar to the ones below as the turn in point.
Completing daily writs will get you some inspiration (crafting experience) as well as some gold and a container filled with some items relevant to the profession. If you are level 50 in the crafting line, you can receive Master Writs.
There is also a chance it will reward you with a survey instead of raw materials which is even better. The surveys themselves will scale with the crafting rank (obtained by spending skill points) of the character holding the survey. This also means you can have your alts transfer the maps to your crafting focused toon(s). The way to make progression a bit less painful is if you wait until you have about 30 to 40 refined materials for the next level up before increasing your crafting level. Since the writs will reward you with some of the materials needed for the next level, you can do this rather quickly.
Also, please check out the following addons (with help in our Addon Guide on how to install them) to help assist you with making the daily writ process super easy.
- Lazy Writ Crafter or Crafting Writ Assistant
- Potion Maker
- AI Research Grid
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