Crafting is definitely an important part of most new games and Kingdom Come: Deliverance is no different. The Crafting System primarily revolves around two different avenues. This Kingdom Come: Deliverance Crafting Guide will ensure that you have a good understanding of the system used by the game when it comes to Hunting and Alchemy.
We will tell you how does the Crafting System work and also mention some important Tips and Tricks which can allow you to manipulate the system.
One of them is Hunting, which involves you scavenging parts off animals and beasts to craft whatever it is that you want. The other one is Alchemy, in which you use a form of herbalism to craft whatever it is that you need to craft and move on with the game.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance Crafting
Do note that our Kingdom Come: Deliverance Crafting Guide is still work-in-progress. When the time comes, we will update this guide and keep it fresh to account for all of the new additions.
The Crafting System will become available to you when you complete the quest ‘Sick Bastard’ in the game. After you have solved the mystery of the slander and the rotten meat, you will be able to craft in the game. After this, the world is at your disposal and you will be able to craft a multitude of items.
How to Craft
For example, you will have seen that you need to make an antidote in your first quest. There are certain materials there that you need to find for each craft. You can find these items when you are traversing Bohemia and then come back to the crafting place where you can craft the items.
Once you get to the place where you can craft something, you can select the items from your inventory and then you can place them on the shelf that is right beside the crafting pot.
After this, you can go to the Recipe Book that you have and then select the recipe that you need right now. The recipe will have a comprehensive guide to what you need to do. If you follow the guide, then you will be able to craft what you need.
In the quest, for example, you first drop in the right amount of Thistle and then you boil it by pressing Q. You can see how many turns it has been by moving the hourglass and resetting the time.
Each time the hourglass pours down, 1 turn has passed. Follow the instructions to the letter and you will have managed to brew your very first antidote. Do not be alarmed if you are unable to do it right the first time, as practice will make it perfect!
For other recipes, follow the same method that you did in the quest. As you move on in the game, you will soon unlock new recipes which will allow you to craft items that are more complicated. Then you will keep on preparing Potions, Antidotes, and Poisons when you need them.
As new information is released, we will continue to update this guide and will also mention how the Hunting System works in the game. Keep an eye out to find out how the intricacies that embody the Crafting System behave and how can you make the most out of it.
Before you are getting into any battle or fight you may ant to resharpen your weapon and repair them if they are not alright. For that, get to the grindstone minigame which will make you sit on a bench and sharpen and repair your weapon.
Just be cautious to not overdo this repairing or you might break your weapon.
Here are some of the important recipes which you can craft.
This potion can be crafted using Spirits, two handfuls of Wormwood and some Sage. Drop the Sage prior to boiling for one turn and then grind the Wormwood. After that, drop in the Wormwood and then cook for two turns before distilling.
As mentioned before; you need Water, Thistle, Nettle, and Charcoal. Drop the Thistle in and boil for two turns before adding the Nettle and boiling for one turn. Leave the mixture to cool before adding Charcoal. Make sure you do not boil after you add the Charcoal.
This potion can be prepared using Oil, some Poppy, one Thistle, and one Herb Paris. Drop the Poppy and boil for one turn. Now add Thistle and boil for another turn. Now, leave the mixture to cool and then add the Herb Paris to finish brewing,
For this, you need Wine, 2 Belladona, and 1 Nettles. Prepare the Wine and then place the Nettle into the Wine. Boil for two turns and then grind two handfuls of Belladonna. Now place the Belladonna into the pot and boil for one turn to finish brewing. Lastly, collect the Schnapps using a Phial.
We have provided all available Alchemy Recipes in a separate guide at the new page.
Hunting will give you useful material for crafting as well as meat. You will have hunter levels which will increase as you hunt more and more.
As you unlock more perk points you will be able to get more meat and materials from your hunting.
- You will get antlers from hunting at level 3. (Antlers)
- You will be able to get Tusks from some animals at level 3. (Tusks)
- You will get offal from hunting animals at level 5. (Butcher)
- You will also be able to skin dead animals at level 5. (Tanner)
- 20% more damage at level 8. (Huntsman)
- Less danger from wild animals at level 8. (Wild at Heart)
- You will get sharper and stealthier at level 10. (Forester)
- More time for food in the inventory to spoil at level 10. (Salty)
- Will be able to eat raw meat at level 13. (Steak Tartare)