From Istaria Lexica


Masons are a specialized craft school associated with the Blacksmith and Scholar, with both schools giving the skill necessary to join but the skill can be obtained as a Miner or Spellcrafter. Masons use their knowledge of working with stone in the construction of housing and structures. Masons are the single school that provides the skill set to produce and contribute specialized stone blocks for construction projects.

Masons work in:

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/lvl - gain each level
100 - maximum at level 100
P - is primary skill? (crafting schools only)

Skill points gained[edit]

Skill name /lvl 100 P?
Armor Use 7 700 no
Ingenuity 10 1,000 yes
Masonry 10 1,000 yes
Quarrying 8 800 no
Sculpting 8 800 no
Stoneworking 9 900 no

Attribute points gained[edit]

Attribute name /lvl 100
Health 5 500
Strength 9 900
Dexterity 7 700
Power 2 200
Focus 2 200


Stoneworking skill 150

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NameFormulas soldLocated atXY
Darvi DaydreamerJourneymanNew Rachival23,13625,640
Exas GinteBeginnerSandstone Bluffs15,05314,101
Hilar TorvasJourneymanMahagra23,78230,523
Lydia BurdenholdBeginnerDalimond22,84622,597
Torkon StonesplitterExpertAughundell25,11626,009

Mason abilities


  • Name = The name of the ability
  • L = The level the ability is earned at this school
  • M = Is it masterable?

Name: Gift Slots: Two, Gift Slots: Three, Gift Slots: Four, Gift Slots: Five, Ingenuity I, Quarrying I, Sprint, Ingenuity II, Quarrying II, Ingenuity III, Quarrying III, Ingenuity IV, Quarrying IV, Ingenuity V, Quarrying V, Ingenuity VI (L: 25, 50, 75, 100, 1, 1, 1, 20, 20, 40, 40, 60, 60, 80, 80, 100, M: , , , , X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X)


Please read the skill articles (links above) for further details on crafting formulas.

School quests[edit]

Collection tasks require you to have the item collected in your inventory but do not require you to get the quest first. This means, for example, you can bring 200 Slab to the trainer, get the quest, immediately do the turn in (Greet the trainer), get the quest again, do the turn in, and repeat twice more without moving from the trainer.

Craft tasks require you to make the items after you get the quest. The best way to do this is to bring a load of the raw material to a trainer next to a refining machine, get the quest, make the item, greet the trainer (turn in), get the quest, and so on until the material is used up.

Report tasks are delivery quests designed to show you where the Quartermasters are.

No quests found for Mason.

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