Get Rich Fishing and Crafting in Archage Unchained

Want to get rich in Archeage Unchained or Buy Archeage Unchained but the first part of this Archeage Unchained Gold Making trilogy wasn't good enough for you?


Want to get rich in Archeage Unchained or Buy Archeage Unchained but the first part of this Archeage Unchained Gold Making trilogy wasn't good enough for you? Well then, stay tuned because it’s time to explore two other labor-based methods in our second Archeage Unchained guide for making money. Yep, it’s fishing and crafting.

Within many zones there are lakes, these lakes offer specific locations where fishing spots spawn. All you need is a little chum and a fishing rod to get started fishing both on land and out on the open sea. We will be going in-depth into where to fish, how to get a fishing rod, how to get boats, and how to quickly level your fishing proficiency so that you can use a higher-tiered fishing rod thus making the fish catching experience easier and more enjoyable. Without any more delays, let’s get right to it!

Freshwater Sport Fishing

To make a profit with fresh water sports fishing, you’ll need a couple of items: fishing rod and chum. Once you get those, just head out to a lake, river or pond and find a fish school. If you have no idea where to look or how to find fish schools in the middle of a huge lake, just watch out for birds. They usually circle the fish schools from above.

Then you just need to use chum on it, bringing it to “Fish Feeding Frenzy” status, and get right to it.

There is one great thing about Freshwater Sports Fishing. It is the fact that the fish schools are usually located in safe areas, where there is hardly any PvP action. This means you won’t need to be constantly aware of your surroundings. As for the money, each labor will give you about 9 Silver.

Saltwater Sports Fishing

If you feel like Freshwater fishing doesn’t give you enough money, then you will want to try out the Saltwater Sports Fishing. Do keep in mind that this type of fishing is a decent deal more complex.

Why is saltwater fishing more complex, you ask? Well, most of the fish schools are located in areas in tension or even open war with the enemy alliance. But, then again, with great sacrifice, come great rewards. With each labor, you will be getting about 20 Silver, which is pretty cool!

In terms of fishing gear, you will need a couple of items, and they are both more expensive than their freshwater counterparts. First, you’ll need a sports fishing lure, which will last up to 2 hours. Then you will need a fishing rod. I really recommend you get at Sturdy Fishing Rod, or at least a Novice Fishing Rod. Last but not least, you’ll need a Chum bucket and a Clipper. If you don’t have a Clipper or can’t afford one, you can use your own rowboat.

Now that you have all the items, it is time to start the really tricky part: finding a fish school. You can look for birds circling a certain area, or head to a place where other people are fishing as well. Just keep in mind that some people will be offended that you are in “their spot”, and might turn aggressive towards you.

How to find a location to fish?

Sport Fishing is only possible in certain spawned areas. The areas will be distinctly marked with a flock of seagulls circling the area. If you have a fishing boat you can use the radar station on the boat to help with hunting for a spot. The radar appears similarly to checking where a transportation vehicle is located (pulsing circle scans the area).

Once you have located a fishing spot (seagulls should be visibly circling at this point) you have to throw Chum in the water to activate it. The type of chum will be determined by location as we previously mentioned above.

When fishing inland, besides looking for seagulls circling, you will want to find the Fishing Stand. Since fish need to be turned in fresh, the stand won’t be far from the fishing spawn point. Turning in a fish is fairly straight-forward, the Fishing Stand offers two options, sell, or craft. Crafting the fish turns it into a trophy to place in your home. The selling option takes the fish and hangs it on the stand, weighing and paying you with an amount of gold equivalent to the size of the fish.

Dewy Dawnsdrop Boots

I would highly recommend finishing the core Blue Salt Brotherhood questline. This questline is found in Solisa, Halcyona. Look for the green flower icon above the quest giver. This questline, when fully completed, gives you a full set of Dawnsdrop Gear (this quest chain also walks you through building a farm wagon and basically gives you all the pieces, so check your blue salt quests, you may already be halfway done).

The Dawnsdrop Gear can also be purchased from the Vocation Shop but is extremely expensive. Each piece will provide you a baseline of +5,000 proficiency for all the different proficiencies. Fishing specifically is buffed when equipping the Dawnsdrop Boots.

Now, the boots, plus the quest buffs bring your proficiency up to.. + 6,500. By now, you most likely have done some fishing at minimum for the quest, but you’re still shy of 10,000. If you don’t want to waste labor earning it, you can upgrade the Dawnsdrop Boots. The upgraded boots are called Dewy Dawnsdrop Boots. The Dewy Dawnsdrop Boots, when equipped, give the player 10,000 proficiency in fishing, metalwork, and commerce. The boots are upgraded at a Leatherworking bench. Some may argue that you could even bypass the fishing quests, and go straight for the Dewy Dawnsdrop Gear. This route does take longer, but if are looking to maximize your hours spent in-game, the Blue Salt Brotherhood Quest Line gives you more proficiency boost in the long run.

Fishing Boat

Fishing raids also aid in earning a Fishing Boat (500 Gilda Star item). The Fishing Boat is rewarded for completing the Achievement “Ocean Dominator”. This achievement requires you to collect 100 small, 100 medium, and 100 large (gargantuan) saltwater fish.

If you are in a raid AND in proximity to the players in the raid, the fish they catch will also count toward your achievements. Even though you are not turning them in, if another player successfully caught and picked up their fish, it will count as a catch for you as well.

The fishing boat makes it easier for you to find fishing locations via the radar on the ship. Craft/buy chum and chum buckets via the chum bucket on the boat and allows for multiple storage placements for the fish you catch. The inner box holds 5 standard size fish, and the hooks on the back hold two Gargantuan fish.

While yes, this boat sounds appetizing, you can catch way more before you have to turn in, it does have one downside. Reds will try to destroy your boat to steal the fish.

Fishing in the Ocean

Fishing in the ocean requires a boat, finding an active spawn (seagulls circling), chumming the water with a chum bucket, and driving the boat back to turn in the fish at a Fish Stand.

The fishing boat is what I would categorize a luxury boat, it requires a lot of expensive crafting. So, in the meantime, you will either have to hitch a ride, use a rowboat (not recommended) or get a Harpoon Clipper.

The Clipper is fairly easy to obtain for the value it brings you. It is purchased for 50 Gilda Stars on Mirage Isle, and requires; Clipper Materials (AKA 100 lumber), a Lumber Pack (100 lumber), an Iron Pack (100 iron), a Fabric pack (100 fabric), plus the labor it takes to create the boat and materials.

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