How to make and use Cloth in V Rising

Even vampires need simple fabric.

Crafting is the center point of V Rising, and Cloth is an important material that you will use for a multitude of items during your conquest over the land. Here is how to make and use Cloth in V Rising.

How to craft Cloth in V Rising

Cloth is a pretty standard world drop and can easily be found in the Dunley Farmlands. However, it is best to learn how to craft it so you do not have to rely on your drop luck. The first step to creating Cloth is to make sure that you have a Loom. The blueprint for the Loom is acquired after defeating the level 38 boss known as Beatrice the Tailor. It requires 20 Planks, 12 Copper Ingots, and 4 Wool Thread. Wool Thread can be found in chests and inside buildings near Beatrice's location.

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Once you have your Loom, all you need to do is place nine Plant Fibre and three Leather into the Loom, where it will churn out a piece of Cloth. Cloth is relatively cheap to craft, and making it is much easier than searching for it out in the world. You will utilize Cloth in everything from creating decor for your castle to forging high-level armor.

Getting to the point of making Cloth is definitely a long road, and in the early game, you'll have to suffer through looting it. Although, once you craft your Loom, it will all feel worth it.

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