Humans have the common array of cultural armors, with smithed old cultural, tailored LoY tailoring, and both smithed and tailored DoN armors. Their smithed old cultural, however, is a bit unique in that it is divided into two sets of recipes, one for Qeynos and one for Freeport. The ingredients and names of each reflect the different cultures of the cities. Any human can make both armors, regardless of starting city. The forge is the same in both cities, so you can even make both armors in either city if you have the ingredients to hand.
- Smithing Cultural
- Tailoring Cultural
Created: 2003-06-16 01:46:51
Last Modified By: EQTC Editor Aanuvane
Last Modified on: 2011-01-09 04:38:43
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