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Tradeskill Books that you can scribe

           (This guide is overly detailed as to make sure no one has trouble following it. I've created a heavily redacted version of this same guide which you can find here. This one is intended for viewers who don't need all the excess information).

           Let's start with Scribe Zikett in Plane of Knowledge. He's the NPC shown in the map location above. He's found nearby the small bank in PoK, for those of you who still can't find him check the map location next to his picture.

           Basically what you're going to wanna do is go through his entire vendor list and right click all of the items he sells. If they say Not Scribed in green (like the book shows in the picture below) you'll want to buy it and scribe it. That's all there is to it!

I found a total of 46 books to scribe at Zikett.

           After you get done with Scribe Zikett you'll want to head outside the hut to Blacksmith Gerta (Pic below). She's found on the southeastern end of the small bank's platform. Big fat ogre can't miss her. She has 8 books you haven't learned yet and some others that you just learned from Scribe Zikett.

           Here are the books I found at here that I didn't already know... they all had the suffix "Weapon Smithing"

Elaborate Weapon Smithing
Elegant Weapon Smithing
Extravagant Weapon Smithing
Intricate Weapon Smithing
Inured Weapon Smithing
Ornate Weapon Smithing
Simple Weapon Smithing
Stalwart Weapon Smithing

           That's all for Blacksmith Gerta. Now we have one more NPC to hit up in this area for some books, Tailor Kujen. He's found inside the small bank itself. Open the door to the bank and he's the Vah Shir standing right in front of you! Gerta and Kujen are both shown in the screenshots below.

           Much like Blacksmith Gerta, Tailor Kujen has 8 "Weapon Tailoring" books available for you. And much like Gerta they all have the same Cultural prefixes to them. Elaborate, Elegant, Ornate etc etc. After you scribe everything that these two NPCs have to offer the next stop is Culturist Devari who's just to the right of Tailor Kujen - up the stairs.

           Compared to Gerta and Kujen this guy has a TON of Tradeskill books for you to scribe. Almost 40 in total from what I counted. Some of them get a bit pricey too! Upwards of 400 plat for some of them - I guess they were Norrathian College Books, eh, eh?

           Jokes aside there's a few different vendors you can hit up right now if you'd like to that have duplicate books. People will comment saying that they got a book off this NPC that they couldn't find elsewhere - which just means that they missed one of the previous books that come from one of the NPCs I just talked about.

           If you think you might have missed one or two books from the previous vendors, visit these NPCs and check the books they have available to be sure.

Katta Castrum Deluge: Artisan Antemm

Shard's Landing: Craftkeeper Bobus Tindlefoot

Argath: Bookseller Shoden (Use Find to reach Yaun who is standing nearby Bookseller Shoden)

           After hitting up those vendors - or skipping them altogether you'll want to head to Sunrise Hills which is where we're going to find two more books to scribe. You can find Sunrise Hills just off the Guild Lobby. Once inside Sunrise Hills the first house you see after zoning in will have Garik Nogflop; the NPC we're here to buy from.

           Garik only has two books for sale, Garik's Secrets of Bag Expansion and The Articles on Holding. I'm fairly certain neither of these books count towards your completion of the tradeskill since they teach No fail recipes. However for the sake of completion I recommend you grab them anyway.

           After Garik we're going to head over to Aelisian Taliz in the Plane of Tranquility. This NPC has a few books you've already scribed as well as two that you haven't yet, Blessed Weapon Augmenting, Illustrious Weapon Augmenting by Jewelcrafting.

           If you're having trouble finding Aelisian Taliz; he's found in the building just north of the one with the book that returns you to PoK & that you enter Plane of Tranquility from. For most people he's probably already marked on your map. If he isn't on your map, use mine that's above as a guide.

           After we finish with Aelisian we're going to want to head over to Brell's Rest for the second to last set of books. The NPC we're looking for this time is called a Useful Automated Vendor. For me he had three different books available to scribe. He's found just outside the Shining City entrance which is a short run North from where you zone in.

On Quivering
Ceramic Weapon Ornament Sketchbook
Black Acrylia Weapon Ornament Sketchbook

           The next stop on this educational trip is Abysmal Sea we're going to head over there and hit up a bunch of different merchants for some more books. To reach them you'll want to head to the Guild Lobby and speak to Magus Alaria whose found between the doors that lead to the Guild Hall and Grand Guild Hall.

           Tell Magus Alaria that you want to travel to Nedaria's Landing and then once you're in Nedaria's Landing speak with Magus Wenla and tell him you want to travel to Abysmal Sea.

           Once in Abysmal Sea you'll want to go out onto the first floor of the outside dock and over to where you see the light blue circle on my map location above. This is where you'll find a whole row of different Tradeskill NPCs (shown in the screen shot below). There's 4 on the east hand side of the building and one on the west.

           I was only able to purchase 8 or so tradeskill books from these NPCs - the rest I had scribed. Also, only one NPC had any books for me - the single one that's standing on the opposite side of the building from where you see my screen shot.

           In addition to the Tradeskill books in Abysmal Sea you also have a few quests that you can complete here for even more Tradeskill recipes. These will take up more than 30 minutes of your time which is why I have made an entirely different guide just for these quests. For more information on the Abysmal Sea GoD Tradeskill Quests follow my link to that guide.

           After Abysmal Sea one of the last places we're going to go for more Tradeskill Recipes is Crescent Reach. This zone is very similar to Abysmal Sea in the sense that it has a butt load of NPCs for you to hit up as well as its own set of Tradeskill Quests for you to do. Luckily these Tradeskill quests aren't nearly as annoying as the Abysmal Sea ones.

           Let's start with the different Tradeskill Books you can buy in Crescent Reach. The NPCs you need to buy the Tradeskill Books from are scattered throughout the city which makes finding them all really annoying. Luckily though every single one of them is on Find.

a tradeskill armor historian
a cultural tinkering historian
a cultural tailoring historian
a cultural smithing historian
a cultural discoveries historian

           Note: All of these NPCs had duplicate books for me which likely means they will for you too if you've followed my guide word for word up until this point. Also don't forget to check the cultural tinkering historian even if you're not a Gnome!

           Now, as for the Tradeskill Quests that come from Crescent Reach - as long as you have a skill level of 54 in that Tradeskill you'll be able to learn the recipes without having to do some super annoying quest to get them. Basically that means everyone reading this should be fine and can just run around hailing the NPCs and following their dialogue until it says 'recipes'.

           Here's a map with every NPCs location marked on it that you need to talk to for recipes:

Crescent Reach Second Floor Tradeskill NPCs

Crescent Reach First Floor Tradeskill NPCs

           That's all we need to do in Crescent Reach. Now, we're off to the last and final stop on our long trip.... Thulisaur Island! Thulisaur Island is a zone in TDS (The Darkened Sea) expansion pack. You'll first need to be flagged for this zone which may be an issue for you if you've never done any TDS progression. This zone requires about 3/4 of all TDS progression to be done in order to access it.

           Once here you'll need to purchase a Thaell Ew Ritual Armor book from Armorer Xochtli. His location is marked on the map below. Be careful running across Thulisaur Island to reach his location - there's plenty of enemies which will agro you without invisibility.

           Additionally if you find yourself speaking to Armorer Xochtli and he doesn't sell anything - you're not alone! He didn't sell anything for me either even with max Kindly faction. If you don't have max Kindly faction there's still hope! In order to very quickly raise your reputation with the Thaell Ew all you need to do is purchase Loaf of Bread from a Thaell Ew Haggler that's ontop of the temple (in the central northern most part of the zone where all the lizard men are).

           Once you have the Loaf of Breads (I just bought 1000) take them to any Thaell Ew Chef or Cook mob that's in the temples. Hand them all the bread and you'll get a ton of reputation with the Thaell Ew. That's all there is to raising your reputation with these guys. It caps out at Kindly from what I have seen and read.

           Anyway - that's all the scribeable books I know of that you can possibly get for Tradeskills in Everquest. I recommend you try Armorer Xochtli despite him being bugged out for me - I didn't petition or try anything except handing in even more bread and relogging a few times.

           Maybe he'll work for you - hopefully he will! If you know any different books that I missed (the one in Sul Vius: Demiplane of Decay doesn't count towards your total but if you want you can get that one anyway) please leave me a comment below!

 

 

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