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Processing is one of the artisan classes in Ashes of Creation.[1]

  • The bulk of the time spent in the artisan system resides in the processing branch. The processing time varies based on the quality of the crafting materials.[4]
The intent is that there are also public spaces where animal husbandry and farming can be utilized... Those systems provide opportunities for players who might be more solo-oriented, aren't a part of a family, don't think they'll be able to acquire a freehold, but still want to participate with those particular particular types of professions. But they may not do it at a mastery level as a result; but they'll still have access to lower-tier versions of that so that they can progress through that particular profession up to a degree.[11]Steven Sharif

Processing professions

Processing stations

Lumbersmiths processing station.[3]

Processing stations are of course a necessary component of taking gatherables into usable crafted goods essentially to fulfill what recipes require in order to make items.[8]Steven Sharif

Alpha-2 metalworking processing station in action.[12]

We're trying to marry the visuals with what's actually going on with the station. So, if you have a job queued and you're trying to do errands throughout the node, or in your freehold or whatever, [you] should be able to look at the station and know what's going on with it: So you know he's there working and once he's done he's going to stop and you can be like, okay there's stuff ready to pick up and have some visuals associated with that. So, as much as we can have stuff rooted in world instead of throwing a bunch of UI in the player's face, that's something that we're trying to do and is important to us.[13]Kory Rice

Processing stations are workstations that are used to process raw materials into processed goods (crafting materials) at nodes or on freeholds.[14][15][8][9][4]

Each processing profession will have four stations; and the stations will come online as you progress through the profession. Each one of those stations will make goods that are immediately useful to the economy, to crafters, to other processors; and each processing station will build on itself and into the other stations.[18]Kory Rice
  • Processing stations require fuel to process the required grade of materials.[19][3][7][20]
    • Players can mix and match different fuels to fulfill the fuel requirements of a recipe.[19][3]
Processing as it stands for Alpha-2's implementation is that there is a certain amount of prep work that's required first for the industry-specific component, which is the building. That prep work might be finding a certain amount of lumber to light the fire in kiln or whatever, to a certain temperature in order for you to process a certain grade of ore; and that grade of ore being malleable then into an ingot; and that produces that ingot so-to-speak. Now, in that process there's a gathering component, there's a preparatory phase, there is a time-related component.[20]Steven Sharif
  • Processing stations have queue slots that allow jobs to be queued at that station.[21] Processing jobs are processed sequentially for all players in freeholds. Processing jobs in nodes are processed sequentially per player, but concurrently with other player's jobs.[22]
    • Processing animations in freeholds are visible to all players (as there is a single shared processing queue). Processing station animations in nodes relate to the processing activity of each player individually, as each queue is personalized per player.[13]
Q: Can you provide more details in regards to the design philosophy behind why it's a queue system for freeholds but not for nodes?
A: On the freehold, processing can achieve the highest levels of processing. That's where the highest levels of processing occur. Nodes can only go up to a certain level of processing. Now we want to be able to throttle the amount of resources that can be processed at any given time in response to the fluctuation and flows of the economy. So, we want to make sure that the economy is a bigger ship when turning than being able to immediately start processing everything at once and get new resources out as the flow of supply and demand changes within the world. And because- again that's at the highest levels of processing; and you're sharing the available queues that exist at those stations. It's going to take time and it's going to take a long time for the higher level materials.[23]Steven Sharif
There's also possibilities that the machine you're using itself has some type of gameplay layer- should the kiln get overheated, and you have to throw some water on it or something. There are elements there in that process that we want to mimic this gameplay opportunity for players to interact; and not just be a time-sink. But time-sink is also a component of it as well, because that's the throttle for the introduction of processed materials from raw gatherables into the economy.[20]Steven Sharif
That's going to be very important as you get to very late game processed materials that are required. Because some of these things might have days to process within a station, but if you have spent the time and done the work to advance that processing station you could cut that down considerably, perhaps even greater than 50 percent; and that's going to have a significant impact on your ability to either control markets or to create goods.[4]Steven Sharif
  • The developers are considering a decay system for processing stations similar to item decay for gear.[25]
Q: Do processing stations wear out over time? Do they have to be repaired?
A: That's something that we're still discussing internally. It is coded in such a way where it's an easy variable for us to change that. There are material components that are necessary to feed the machines to keep them up and running, or it could be based on how you interact with the fuel components. If you overheat- overcharge with fuel, that can create like a system degrade similar to your armor decay, which then you have to feed materials in order to rebuild maintenance-wise. Right now it is not implemented. With that in mind, the only maintenance required is going to be through taxation. And depending on the number of permits that you have placed on the freehold will increase the amount of taxes that are necessary to be paid for the freehold.[25]Steven Sharif

List of processing stations

Processing queue slots

  • Node processing stations allow users to queue a number of processing jobs each. Each user's jobs are processed sequentially, but concurrently with any other user's jobs at that station.[22]
    • Processing station animations in nodes relate to the processing activity of each player individually, as each queue is personalized per player.[13]
If five people wanted to use one station at the freehold, you have to wait in line; and then that comes into the family system we talked about on the freehold livestream, where you have limited access to whoever is viable for the stations. But, for any service buildings in the node, it's all personal. So, you can queue up as much as you want and then someone else can just come by and use the same station and then queue up for their station.[22]Mike Han
  • Different processing job sizes affect how much processing can be done within each queue slot.[26][21]
Job size is another thing that we could do. So, you probably don't want to use three entire slots just to make three pieces of oak wood, but if you had a job size that was 20, you'd be able to make all 20 of those with the one job size. [26]Kory Rice


Processing stations require fuel to process the required grade of materials.[19][3][7][20]

  • Players can mix and match different fuels to fulfill the fuel requirements of a recipe.[19][3]
  • If a processing job is cancelled, only the fuel is lost.[27]
For processing, you could cancel the job also. So, let's say you accidentally scheduled [the] wrong one and the only thing that gets consumed is the fuel. So fuel is basically a sink for these jobs.[27]Alex Khudoliy

Raw materials

Alpha-2 Gatherable apples.[28]

We want our players to have a reason to explore the wilderness, to travel with purpose, and much of that will be driven by our resource system. Transporting these goods might just be more difficult than gathering them. Our regional market system allows players to participate in creating pocket economies that will reinforce the stability of goods in particular regions.[29]

Gatherable resources (also known as raw materials, gatherables, and harvestables) occur in locations where you would expect them to be organically.[30][31]

  • Lower level resources will be abundant. Higher level resources that are gatherable by Apprentice level or higher artisans will spawn randomly but in places that make sense for that type of resource. Surveying is a mechanic that solo or group players can utilize to track these resources down.[30]
We want to be able to spawn stuff randomly and we want to put it in places in the world that will make people travel and bolster up our local player-to-player economies: have people actually be out in the world looking for stuff and not standing in the same place waiting for a tree or a flower to respawn over and over again. So, we're having the best of the both Worlds where we have our lower tier stuff that will fill out the base look of our world, so that it's always looking good; and then the higher tier stuff, from apprentice onward, will always spawn randomly in places that we've deemed look good and make sense for what that thing is. So, surveying is a way that you can track that stuff down. It will help you find places, will help you find particular resources, will help you find resources at a certain rarity; and so it should be something you could do as a gatherer on your own, or group up with other people to bolster up the power of your survey, or the range or reach of it.[30]Kory Rice
  • Certain resources will only be gatherable for a limited time during specific story arcs.[32]
You want to take advantage of the limited time you have during the story arcs to get some of these rare resources for crafting things.[32]Jeremy Gess
  • The location the resource was found can affect the benefits, bonuses, and other characteristics of that resource.[38]
    • Some resources will be one-time gatherables, others will exist as clusters that will last until the vein is depleted.[39][40][31]
  • Resources do not expire or degrade over time.[47]
We don't want to create an environment I feel where you're having to micromanage each of the resources that are very vast in our game. We have 100 plus material system where you're having to play whack-a-mole with managing those things... I don't see the value in it.[47]Steven Sharif

Resource quality

Resources will have differing tiers of quality for the same resource type.[40] This is somewhat similar to Star Wars Galaxies.[50]

You will have an opportunity to proc certain qualities based on your progression in the Artisan tree. So if you are a gatherer; and as you advance in your gathering, you'll have a higher opportunity to collect better resources.[52]Steven Sharif

Processed goods (crafting materials)

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Crafting materials (also known as Processed goods) are obtained in the following ways:

The rarity of crafting materials influences the quality of the crafted items.[55][56][57][58]

Q: Are crafting materials going cross tiers? For example, using higher level materials in lower level recipes, or low level materials in a higher level recipe? Is that allowed?
A: Yes.[55]Steven Sharif

It's unlikely that crafting materials to craft all pieces of equipment will be able to be sourced solely by farming open-world dungeons.[59]

It's unlikely that organized parties will be able to get all of the materials they need to craft every piece of equipment from farming open world dungeons alone.[59]Cody Peterson

Players drop materials and other items upon death, based on their applicable death penalties.[41][42][43][44]

List of processed goods

High-level materials

Materials for crafting high-level items are obtained from world bosses and through the deconstruction of other high-level items.[53]

Many end level items with crafting will require mats from world bosses etc. we want those systems intertwined. However. There may be opportunities to deconstruct high level items and replace those needed materials as well. We will be testing the crafting trees in alpha and beta.[53]Steven Sharif

Artisan progression

Artisan progression.[60][61][3]
Artisan level Artisan certification Profession limit per character
1-10.[62][63] Novice.[60][64] 22.[60][61]
10-20.[65][63] Apprentice.[60] 5.[60][61]
20-30.[65] Journeyman.[60][3] 4.[60][61]
30-40.[65] Master.[60][3] 3.[60][61]
40-50.[65][66] Grandmaster.[60][3] 2.[60][67][61]

Artisan progression occurs based on experience (repetition of tasks) as well as achievements of certain benchmarks within each artisan branch (Gathering, Processing and Crafting).[69][70] Progression in each artisan profession is per-character.[71][72][73][74]

All 22 professions, the players get to be novice of; and then it starts narrowing from there. So, after that you'll only be able to be apprentice of five things. You can be a journeyman in four things. You can be a master in three things; and you can be a grandmaster in two things. So you'll need to narrow, but you can also diversify to support the professions that you want to first push further in.[61]Kory Rice
If you are grand master in that profession you can max out the entire tree. But you can only grand master 2 things.[81]Kory Rice
  • Choosing a specific path in the skill tree allows the player an opportunity to specialize in a certain area. This encourages player inter-dependency, enhancing the artisan experience.[83]
Q: In regards to character level and artisan level. We know that currently there are two separate things. That being said, what prevents a player from staying level one and partying up with a level 50 player to then gather level 50 resources in the high zones? That way, anyone who wants to take those resources will have to kill the gatherer who is level one and get a large amount of corruption for killing a level one as a level 50.
A: Gathering higher level resources requires significant advancement within a particular profession for that gatherable resource. So, if I'm a Miner and I want to access the highest possible mineral, I need to be a master miner; and in order to achieve the master minor status I am going to be gaining adventuring level experience through that process, because many of those quest lines, many of those achievements are facilitated through quest lines. Some of those quest lines interface with adventuring difficulties that are out in the wild at certain levels. So that's going to predicate me- that's going to be a predicate for me to achieve a certain level in order to complete some of these quest lines and achieve that master status. So you will you will likely not see the ability of a level one alt character having the access to high level mineral mining, or any other type of gatherable out there.[84]Steven Sharif

Artisan mastery

A character may only ever be a Master in up to 3 professions and Grandmaster in up to 2 professions across all artisan branches.[60][67]

  • Artisan mastery is no longer restricted to a single branch.[67]
  • Characters may change which professions they master.[88]
Becoming a master Crafter or a master Processor or a master Gatherer should be a significant time investment and resource investment; and because of that it should also be something that when you achieve that status it's like people on the server know who you are.[89]Steven Sharif
  • Masteries aren’t just about making an item. They grant many things, including titles, access to items, bargains, and quests. [90]
  • Previously it was stated that with considerable effort a player can master all professions within a mastered parent artisan class.[91][92] This was later changed to a player being able to master some but not all professions within a mastered parent artisan class.[93][94] This was changed to being able to master up to two or three professions within a mastered parent artisan class (subject to testing).[72] This was changed to being able to master up to two professions.[71] The current stance is only being able to become a Master of 3 professions and Grandmaster of 2 professions across all branches.[60][67]
Q: What would be the daily activities for someone at level 50 with a maxed out artisan tree?
A: The daily activity might be something along the lines of, depending on what type of profession or processor you are, of interacting with fellow artisanship individuals to wheel and deal on supply and demand chains; orchestrating and participating and caravan roads that move materials across the world so that you can satisfy buy orders and/or commission requests. Participating in unique trades and/or dungeon experiences that have the opportunity to acquire unique crafting materials so that you can create the dragon's legendary sword and sell that potentially. Finding unique harvestable materials in remote parts of the world or engaging in treasure map finding for again unique materials and/or processing things. There's a whole host of different intents that are loops for the players to participate in that again are situationally relevant based on the world state.[95]Steven Sharif

Artisan gear

Work-in-progress Alpha-2 character user interface showing three gear slots for artisan gear at the bottom right of the paper-doll.[96]

There's gear for all of the different crafting, gathering, and processing professions that'll help you do those different trades.[97]Kory Rice

Artisan gear boosts artisans in their gathering, processing, or crafting professions while they are wearing the gear.[98][97][99][100]

  • Artisan gear and adventuring gear do not need to be swapped for either to be effective when they are equipped on a character, but players will be able to toggle gear visibility between their adventuring and artisan gear.[102][96][99]
If you want to be seen as wearing the herbalists outfit, you're still going to have your adventuring gear present and on the character, and benefiting from the stats that are conferred by them; and vice-versa.[102]Steven Sharif
Gear for artisans are going to live alongside your adventuring gear. So you will currently- the approaches, and we'll test this but currently- the approach is you'll have artisanship oriented gear. This might be beneficial for your gathering; it might be beneficial for your processing, or crafting, or whatever it is- your profession. Essentially you will craft that gear, you will equip that gear, it'll live almost as a undergarment slot so to speak; and then you can activate that and it will show the appearance if you wish during the activation when you gain the benefit from the from the gear itself; and then could disappear afterwards and go back to your adventuring gear. That's the current approach. We're going to play with that a little bit. There's some discussion and disagreement on the team about how we do that, but our hopes are for Alpha two, we will have I think a couple of sets at least. We're demonstrating all of the artisanship from gathering to processing to crafting in limited fashion in Alpha 2 want to have that gear present to play with this approach.[99]Steven Sharif

Artisan supply chain

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Artisans within Ashes of Creation must choose a path in their artisan skill tree. This inter-dependency establishes a supply chain from raw materials to finished product.[105][48] Each stage of the chain may require caravans to transport goods from one artisan to another.[83]

  1. Obtaining raw materials:[106]
  2. Refining the raw materials with the Processing profession.[48]
  3. Crafting the finished product using its crafting recipe.[48]

As a crafter you're going to want to know where certain recipes can be fulfilled; which nodes have the capability of creating what you've processed material that you've gathered for; and then you're going to want to plan out your route to either transit the goods there or make sure that you're situated in the area so that you can go out collect and build in that area as well. So there's a lot of planning that's going to be necessary.[109]Steven Sharif


Gathering lumber in Alpha-2.[110]

The first major reveal is that in Ashes of Creation we have now expanded the resource gathering system to include a great many of what the world is showing you of these resources. So when you see a tree, you can chop a tree. If you see a rock, you can mine a rock.[110]Steven Sharif

Gathering ore in Alpha-2.[111]

Looking at this this rock here, I don't know what that rock is before I actually complete the Harvest. But after I complete the Harvest I see that I collected basalt in the bottom right hand corner.[112]Steven Sharif

Gathering is one of the artisan classes in Ashes of Creation.[113][114]

  • Many of the visible resources (such as Trees and Ore) in the open world are gatherable.[110]
    • This is a change from Alpha-1 where a limited number of resource locations were highlighted with "sparkles" to indicate they were gatherable.[110][115][113]
  • The exact type of resource present within a resource node is not known until the node is harvested.[112]
There's a bunch of different things in Ashes that will be gatherable. We have plants and trees and rocks and fish and animals and creatures that can be tamed; and we're thinking to reach the visual fidelity bar and to have things a little bit more rooted in what we know is that it wouldn't really make sense for you to just see gold all over the world in the same way that you would plants and trees; so we wanted to get feedback on what players think about some of the different gatherable types having different things that you would have to know and expect from them. So rocks are a good example of this, where you can see a rock but until you crack that thing open you don't know if it's full of stone, crystals, rubies, gold. So we wanted to try that out with some of our gatherables to have players have to open this thing up- and that's not to say that we players won't stumble on a nice load, or vein, or geode of gold, but most of the stuff that they would they would find to the world, unless they they look hard enough, would require them to crack that stone open.[112]Kory Rice
  • Gathering is intended to be accessible to both solo and group-based gatherers.[116]
  • Gathering requires the creation and use of tools.[117][118]
Certain low level gatherables will have a tiered progression into higher level crafting. So for example if I'm gathering... leaves of the blue petal flower to craft a pigment that's going to be used in the development of a tunic that I can wear at level one, then I may need to collect those in order to craft the pigments to craft a greater pigment that might be present in the in the crafting of a higher level item. So it's going to be a tiered progression so that materials have relevancy throughout the different levels of of crafting; and that's important from an economic stability standpoint. You need to have layered demand from a supply standpoint so that players who are interested in collecting and gathering those materials still are relevant when the later level items are crafted.[122]Steven Sharif


Alpha-2 Crafting professions user interface screenshot.[64]

Crafting and gathering is a very important component of the economy that players will have direct control over. Whether you wish to build a sprawling plantation around your house, or wish to travel the vast wilderness in search of treasure and resources. There are many tools available to the crafters of our world. Regardless of how you gather your resources, we believe that every item that exists in the world should in some way reflect its creator. As such, there will be extreme versatility in our crafting system – giving crafters the ability to create unique items that represent their strengths and weaknesses.[29]

Crafting is one of the artisan classes in Ashes of Creation. It is a driving force for the game economy.[29][123]

Crafters are the shit in Ashes. It's not just crafters are relevant for player-to-player trading, crafters are relevant for a lot of gameplay loops within Ashes; and not, again, in a way to inhibit those things from occurring, but rather to enhance them: To give you a leg up, or your side a leg up.[124]Steven Sharif
  • Crafting times may vary between professions but the bulk of the time spent in the artisan system resides in the processing branch.[4]
  • The developers are seeking feedback on the addition of a gameplay layer to crafting that determines the outcome based on the player's performance.[135][136]
    • The developers are debating whether this occurs on a craft-by-craft basis or a one-off basis following after a new level of certification has been achieved.[135]
    • This will be revealed when it is ready to be showcased.[135]
There is no labor or energy system in Ashes. However, that's not to say that crafting will not be difficult. Crafting is very difficult; but it is because it is difficult that it will be very rewarding as well.[137]Steven Sharif


Artisan classes (Gathering, Processing, Crafting) is expected to come online fully in Alpha-2 and the Betas.[138][139]

Crafting honestly will not come online in any sense of its true form until Alpha-2. Alpha-1 has essentially what are intended to be the core gameplay loop of crafting, meaning the collection of materials, the translation of those materials into processed goods, and the use of those processed goods into item acquisition. That's the core gameplay loop that is currently present in Alpha-1. But those are mostly facilitated piggy backing the merchant systems right now and not actually using the real crafting system; and that's because crafting hasn't been completed in a form that can be implemented in Alpha-1, but will be for Alpha-2. What's present in Alpha-1 doesn't even really scratch the surface for crafting.[139]Steven Sharif


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  98. Livestream, April 30, 2024 (1:00:02).
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  100. 100.0 100.1 Livestream, March 26, 2021 (1:06:50).
  101. Video, November 30, 2023 (12:05).
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  103. 103.0 103.1 Video, June 30, 2023 (3:14).
  104. 104.0 104.1 104.2 Video, October 28, 2022 (26:14).
  105. Interview, July 20, 2020 (20:17).
  106. 106.0 106.1 106.2 106.3 106.4 Livestream, May 8, 2017 (20:41).
  107. Livestream, July 18, 2017 (38:30).
  108. Livestream, May 26, 2017 (26:00).
  109. Interview, May 11, 2018 (24:18).
  110. 110.0 110.1 110.2 110.3 Video, October 28, 2022 (0:47).
  111. Video, October 28, 2022 (12:31).
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  113. 113.0 113.1 113.2 Livestream, September 3, 2017 (10:48).
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  115. Livestream, July 30, 2021 (1:11:58).
  116. Livestream, November 30, 2023 (1:58:35).
  117. 117.0 117.1 Interview, March 27, 2020 (9:00).
  118. Interview, May 11, 2018 (38:25).
  119. 119.0 119.1 119.2 Livestream, December 19, 2023 (1:53:02).
  120. Video, October 28, 2022 (10:52).
  121. Livestream, April 29, 2022 (25:16).
  122. 122.0 122.1 Podcast, May 11, 2018 (1:00:07).
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  124. Livestream, May 31, 2024 (1:46:31).
  125. Livestream, April 30, 2024 (1:03:57).
  126. 126.0 126.1 Video, November 30, 2023 (3:49).
  127. Livestream, May 5, 2017 (20:41).
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  129. Livestream, January 30, 2020 (1:38:26).
  130. Livestream, May 12, 2017 (1:00:18).
  131. Interview, July 19, 2020 (6:38).
  132. Livestream, December 19, 2023 (1:50:51).
  133. Podcast, May 10, 2024 (57:20).
  134. Livestream, November 30, 2023 (2:00:22).
  135. 135.0 135.1 135.2 Livestream, November 30, 2023 (1:40:11).
  136. Livestream, October 14, 2022 (35:22).
  137. 137.0 137.1 Interview, October 20, 2018 (2:31:39).
  138. 138.0 138.1 Livestream, March 26, 2021 (42:28).
  139. 139.0 139.1 139.2 Interview, February 7, 2021 (35:30).
  140. Livestream, April 30, 2021 (41:18).