From UO Second Age
Listed below are the items as they appear in the carpentry menu, by category.
Skill listed is the minimum skill needed and does not indicate a 100% chance of success.
- Lumber required can be collected using Lumberjacking, harvesting from corpsers, purchasing from NPC at 3g a board.
- To GM carpentry will require 75k boards. Make the following items at the stated skill levels. Some items can be sold to NPC vendors.
- 30 - 37 Crate, Small*
- 37 - 47 Crate, Medium
- 47 - 55 Ballot Box Deeds
- 55 - 68 Wooden Shields*
- 68.4 - 74 Fishing Poles (Requires 40.0 displayed tailoring skill, train from NPC)
- 74 - 80 Quarter Staff*
- 80 - GM Gnarled Staff* (Around 98 make the very occasional large yew wood table if you want but its not required)
* = Can be sold to NPC vendors.
Name Materials Needed Dyeable Skill Stool (Barstool) 9 Wood yes 11.0 Stool, with supports 9 Wood yes 11.0 Chair (Straw Chair) 13 Wood yes 21.0 Chair (Wooden Chair) 13 Wood yes 21.0 Chair (Vesper Style, with Ver. Back-Supports) 15 Wood yes 42.1 Chair (Trinsic Style, with Hor. Back-Supports) 13 Wood yes 42.1 Bench 17 Wood yes 52.6 Wooden Throne 17 Wood yes 52.6 Magincia Style Throne 19 Wood yes 73.6
Name Materials Needed Dyeable Skill Chest, Small (regular/lockable*) 10 Wood yes 21.0 Chest, Wooden (regular/lockable*) 20 Wood yes 73.6 Crate, Small (regular/lockable*) 8 Wood yes 10.0 Crate, Medium (regular/lockable*) 15 Wood yes 31.5 Crate, Large (regular/lockable*) 18 Wood yes 47.3 Bookshelf 25 Wood yes 31.5 Armoire, Brown (regular/lockable*) 35 Wood yes 84.2 Armoire, Cherry (regular/lockable*) 35 Wood yes 84.2
- Use Carpentry tools to make box/chest-- the game will automatically check to see if you have a sufficient Tinkering Ability to create the box/chest as being lockable. The higher the carpentry skill needed to create an item the harder it is to create a lockable version.
Name Materials Needed Dyeable Skill Desk, Writing 17 Wood yes 63.1 Table (Small) 17 Wood yes 42.1 Table, Large 23 Wood yes 63.1 Table, Yew-Wood 27 Wood yes 84.2
Staffs and Poles
Name Materials Needed Dyeable Skill Fishing Pole 5 Wood + 5 Cloth no 68.4 carp, 40.0 tailoring Gnarled Staff 7 Wood no 78.9 Quarter Staff 6 Wood no 73.6 Shepherd's Crook 7 Wood no 78.9
Shields and Other Items
Name Materials Needed Dyeable Skill Ballot Box 5 Wood no 47.3 Barrel Lid 4 Wood no 11.0 Barrel Staves 5 Wood no 0.0 Dart Board 5 Wood no 15.7 Keg, Open 3 Barrel Staves + Set of Hoops + Barrel Lid no 57.8 Easel 20 Wood no 86.8 Music Stand 15 Wood yes 78.9 Music Stand (tall) 20 Wood yes 81.5 Water Trough 150 Wood no 94.7 Wooden Shield 9 Wood no 52.6
Carpentry Items - Furniture Image
Items that require multiple skills to make
Item Name Supplies required Dyeable Carpentry Smithing Anvil 5 wood 150 ingots no 73.6 75.0 Large Forge 5 wood 100 ingots no 78.9 80.0 Small Forge 5 wood 75 ingots no 73.6 75.0
Item Name Supplies required Dyeable Carpentry Tailoring Dressform 25 Wood 10 Cloth yes 63.1 65.0 Loom 85 wood 25 cloth no 84.2 65.0 Small Bed 100 wood 100 cloth no 94.7 75.0 Large Bed 150 wood 150 cloth no 94.7 75.0 Pickpockets Dip 65 wood 60 cloth no 73.6 50.0 Spinning Wheel 75 wood 25 cloth no 73.6 65.0 Training Dummy 55 wood 60 cloth no 68.4 50.0
Item Name Supplies required Dyeable Carpentry Tinkering Flour Mill 100 wood 50 ingots no 94.7 50.0 Oven * 85 wood 125 ingots no 68.4 50.0
- If you want to place an oven in a tower or a 2-story house it is easiest to do so on the top floor.
Item Name Supplies required Dyeable Carpentry Magery Abattoir (Stone pentagram) ** 100 wood 40 ingots no 100.0 50.0 Pentagram (Red) 100 wood 40 ingots no 100.0 75.0
- Items that are near an abattoir cannot be locked down or un-locked down because the game sees the abattoir as an item of type 'stairs'.
Item Name Supplies required Dyeable Carpentry Musicianship Drum 20 wood 10 cloth no 57.8 45.0 Lap Harp 20 wood 10 cloth no 63.1 45.0 Lute 25 wood 10 cloth no 68.4 45.0 Standing Harp 35 wood 15 cloth no 78.9 45.0 Tambourine 15 wood 10 cloth no 57.8 45.0 Tambourine with tassle 15 wood 15 cloth no 57.8 45.0
- Make sure you have the required supplies in your backpack if you start to create a house add-on.
- When the item is created, you get a deed which can be used or transferred to someone else.
- To place the item, you need to use the deed inside the house and be the owner of the house. The item will be created on the tile that you click on. To be sure the add-on gets placed correctly you can try blocking off all surrounding tiles with chests and leave a space open where the add-on has to be placed. Alternatively, put the deed on the floor on the spot where you want the add-on to be, double-click the deed and then target it.
- These items are not allowed to be placed adjacent to doors.
- Items that are placed cannot be moved. All items may be chopped with an axe by the owner of the house, this will destroy all pieces of the object.
- Pictures of all house add-ons below: