How crafting works in Tribes of Midgard Survival Mode 2.0

How do I make things?

If you are playing Tribes of Midgard's Survival mode lately, you probably have some questions regarding crafting. In short, crafting in Tribes of Midgard's survival mode has changed drastically with the Inferno Saga update and no longer functions the same as Saga mode.

The first major change is that the Survival mode no longer has a Village hub that serves as the crafting area in the game. So instead of visiting various Village crafting stations and NPCs, players must build a new item called an Allforge. The Allforge functions as a starting workbench, but instead of making items, you must use the Allforge to make crafting stations. These crafting stations replace the previous Village NPC/crafting stations' role before the Inferno Saga update. 

That said, crafting stations inside the Allforge allow you to craft everything that you could craft previously with Village crafting stations. Crafting stations also need to be upgraded, but instead of just using souls like with Village stations, you must get various resources in the game.

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All crafting stations will require specific resources and can be upgraded to a max rank of level five. At level five, all items you can craft in Tribes of Midgard will unlock inside the respective crafting station. Another interesting thing to note is that you must build specific crafting stations to unlock certain crafting functions like making potions or certain resources.

For example, to unlock making potions, you must build a Meal cauldron and upgrade it to level three. Upgrading a Meal cauldron to level three unlocks another crafting station called a Potion Brewer that allows you to make potions in Tribes of Midgard.

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All Crafting Stations in Tribes of Midgard

Here's a list of what each crafting station inside the Allforge is used for in Tribes of Midgard's Survival mode:

  • Tool Grinder: The Tool Grinder is your go-to for all your tool crafting needs.
    • How to Build: Building the Tool Grinder costs three flint to make.
  • Meal Cauldron: The Meal Cauldron can be used to make various food recipes that give players unique buffs.
    • How to Build: Building the Meal Cauldron costs three branches to make.
  • Shield Rack: If you want to make Shields in Tribes of Midgard's Survival mode, you must make a Shield Rack.
    • How to Build: You can make a Shield Rack inside the Allforge for eight iron and four wood.
  • Boat Dock: To make all three boat variants in Tribes of Midgard survival mode, you must make the Boat Dock inside the Allforge.
    • How to Build: Building the Boat Dock requires the following resources: 15 wood, 10 iron, and five shards of Jarnsaxa's Brooch.
  • Ammunition Shelf: If you want to make arrows in Tribes of Midgard, you must build the Ammunition Shelf inside the Weapon Furnace.
    • How to Build: You can build the Ammunition Shelf inside the Weapon Furnace for eight wood and four flint.
  • Defense Workshop: If you want to make traps in Tribes of Midgard, you must build a Defense Workshop inside the Weapon Furnace.
    • How to Build: You can build the Defense Workshop after upgrading the Weapon furnace and with 12 stone, eight wood, and four pieces of Geirrod's Jaw.
  • Potion Brewer: The Potion Brewer is the crafting station that allows players to make health, heatproof, and other potions in the game.
    • How to craft potions in Survival mode: To craft potions inside the Potion Brewer, you must first unlock the Potion Brewer by upgrading the Meal Cauldron to level three. After upgrading the Meal Cauldron, the Potion Brewer costs 15 wood, 10 Mushroom Oil, and five Segments of Halogi's Horn to make.

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  • Weapons Furnace: The Weapon Furnace is your go-to for all of your weapon crafting needs in Tribes of Midgard
    • How to Build: You can build the Weapons Furnace in Tribes of Midgard with three iron.
  • Mining Stand: If you want to make resources such as cut stone or wrought iron, you must build the Mining Stand.
    • How to Build: You can make a Mining Stand with eight stone and four iron. But before you can make the Mining stand, you must first build the Lumbering stand and craft the Mining stand inside of it.
  • Tanning Stand: To make resources such as leather and hide, you must craft a Tanning Stand.
    • How to build: You can make a Tanning Stand, you must first make a Lumbering stand and craft the Tanning Stand inside it with eight wood and four fur.
  • Artifact Altar: If you want to make Artifacts in Tribes of Midgard, you must make an Artifact Altar.
    • How to Build: You can make an Artifact Altar with 15 Aquamarine, 10 Amethyst, and five strands of Angrboda's Hair. But before you can make the Artifact Altar, you must first upgrade the Mining Stand to level three and craft it inside the Mining Stand.
  • Armor Loom: Armor Looms are your go-to for all of your Armor crafting needs.
    • How to Build: You can make an Armor Loom with 10 leather and five yarn.
  • Construction Bench/Rig: The Construction bench is used to make various building items that can be placed to make a base in Tribes of Midgard. If you want to make more advanced building parts, you must upgrade the Construction Bench to level three and craft a Construction Rig inside of it.
    • How to Build: The Construction Bench requires 10 branches and five wood to craft, but if you want to make a Construction Rig, you must gather 15 branches,10 wood, and five stone.

For more content on Tribes of Midgard, we at Pro Game Guides have you covered with guides like Can you play solo in Tribes of Midgard? and How to get Selkie Flippers in Tribes of Midgard.

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