A guide to help you in regards to crafting

When you are requesting items to be crafted from guildies -

. Do your research into what you want
check to make sure you know the craftable set you want. https://eso-sets.com/sets/type/craftable

. Be prepared to answer the following questions:
What level items do you need? What trait on each item? What style on each item? What armor pieces? aka jewelry, weapon, armor and what equipment slot (head, feet, etc.) What armor type? aka heavy, medium or light What improvement level? Normal, Fine, Superior, Epic or Legendary(edited)

. Calculator to help you determine what you want and need:

. Do not expect the crafter to provide the mats.
You should provide the mats. Some crafters will accept gold instead, but check with them first. You can use this calculator to determine the mats needed http://msa-mraz.com/crafting/craftchart.html(edited)

. Give the crafter time.
Some crafters prefer an in-game mail and some prefer you wait while they make it. Check with them on what they prefer.(edited)

. Be available.
Don't ask someone to craft you items then run off to BG or a dungeon. No one likes waiting but you are asking them a favor, so the crafter shouldn't be the one waiting on you.

. Offer a tip in thanks.
Crafters are taking time out of their game to make you items, so be sure to offer them a small tip as a thanks. Many crafters will craft for free or will ask you to make a donation to the guild bank instead, but be sure to offer out of gratitude and respect. Don't expect them to do it for free.

. Ask questions.
If you aren't sure of things, ask the crafter. They usually are very knowledgeable about their crafting skills and what works best for different playing goals.

When you want to craft for yourself

There are many benefits to learning to craft for yourself, including saving gold, making gold, transmuting items, as well as crafting items for yourself and others to use. ESO offers 7 different crafts including Alchemy, Provisioning, Enchanting, Clothing, Blacksmithing, Woodworking, and (if you have the Summerset DLC) Jewelcrafting. . Basics of Crafting - Level - build skill 0-50 Skills - put passive skill points into your crafting skills Gathering - finding materials needed for crafting Research - learning how to make different style, traits, etc. through researching Addons - that help with crafting

When you've maxed your skill and want to start crafting writs

In order to be at this level, you have to have invested skill points into the passives of each crafting line until the passive is maxed. You cannot max the passives until you’ve reached level 50 of each crafting line. Getting Certified - Go to Davon’s Watch, Vulkhel Guard, or Daggerfall and follow the quests. In the Fighter's Guiild, see NPC named Millenith for Blacksmithing, Clothing, Woodworking In the Mages Guild, see NPC named Danel Telleno for Enchanting, Alchemy, Provisioning In Alinor, Summerset (outside the crafting area), see NPC named Felarian for Jewelcrafting Crafting Boards - Each major city offers two Crafting writ boards, with a blue quest symbol on them.