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|Book||Crafting Motif 12: Barbaric Style|
|Armor Styles||1||Weapon Styles||3|
The Barbaric Style is a crafting skill that can only be learned by reading the book Crafting Motif 12: Barbaric Style. Learning this style requires a rank of 7 or higher in Metalworking, Tailoring or Woodworking.
Barbaric items have fewer different designs than the ten normal racial designs (but still more variation than e.g. Ancient Elf Style). The Barbaric style progression seems to follow this pattern:
- All armor has a single style across all material tiers.
- All weapons and the shield have three different styles:
- One style shared for Iron and Steel as well as Maple and Oak.
- One style for Orichalc and Beech.
- One style for Dwarven / Hickory and above.
The following items are in the Barbaric Style:
|Light Armor||Homespun, Linen, Cotton, Spidersilk, Ebonthread, Kresh, Ironthread, Silverweave, Shadowspun|
|Medium Armor||Rawhide, Hide, Leather, Full-Leather, Fell, Brigandine, Ironhide, Superb, Shadowhide|
|Heavy Armor||Iron, Steel, Orichalc, Dwarven, Ebon, Calcinium, Galatite, Quicksilver, Voidsteel|
Weapons and ShieldsEdit
|Iron, Steel||Maple, Oak|
|Dwarven, Ebon, Calcinium, Galatite, Quicksilver, Voidsteel||Hickory, Yew, Birch, Ash, Mahogany, Nightwood|
- Prior to Update 18 and its introduction of Jewelry Crafting, the style material for Barbaric was called "Copper". It was changed since Copper is now a base material used in making jewelry.