Mooshu Crafting Quest

Are you done with the crafting quests in Wizard City, Krokotopia and Marleybone? Then it’s time to move on to Mooshu for your next crafting quest! Your next badge will be the Adept crafter badge. Just like for the previous crafting quests, you don’t have to be a specific level to get it. The only prerequisite is that you’ve finished the Marleybone crafting quest.

If you missed our previous guides, check them out here:

Wizard City Crafting Quest  Krokotopia Crafting Quest  Marleybone Crafting Quest

How do we begin?

Mooshu Crafting quest wizard101After you finish your Initiate Crafter quest in Marleybone, Felicia Worthington will direct you to talk to Toshio in Jade Palace, Mooshu. He’s situated near the gate to Hametsu Village.

Quests required to get your crafting badge:

Crafting quest wizard one
Crafting quest wizard101
Mooshu crafting quest

  1. Who Do the Mooshu: Talk to Toshio
  2. Legend of Two Rings: Craft 2 Seals of the Seraphim
  3. Dirks of Daring: Craft 2 Possibility Dirks

1. Who Do the Mooshu

  • Mission: Talk to Toshio
  • How: Type “X” on your keyboard when you’re near him :p
  • Where: In Jade Palace in Mooshu

 

2. Legend of Two Rings

  • Mission: Craft 2 Seal of the Seraphim

Step 1: Buy the recipe

Buy the recipe from Toshio by pressing “X” on your keyboard when you’re close to him. There will be the option “Recipe shop“. Search for the item called “Seal of the Seraphim” and click “Buy“. Press “J” on your keyboard. You should now be able to see the recipe.

Step 2: Get the reagents

Get the reagents mentioned in the recipe. To make both items, we need:

  • 8 Peridot
  • 6 Ruby
  • 10 Glass Vial
  • 20 Black Lotus
  • 30 Mist Wood

Where to get the reagents:

  • Peridot, Ruby and Glass Vial can be bought from Yuji Hamada, who is conveniently located next to Toshio. You can also buy these in the Bazaar, but generally Reagent Vendors offer them at a lower price.
  • Black Lotus can be found in several areas in Mooshu, as depicted below. Circled in purple in the pictures are the spawning spots for Lotus Flower. The arrows point at the teleporters and are color coded according to the teleporter light’s color. Lines signify possible farming routes. If you have the energy, keep farming after you get enough Black Lotus. Dragonspyre’s first crafting quest requires 40 Black Lotus.
  • Mist Wood is very common all over the Spiral. If you for some reason have not picked up enough Mist Wood along the way, the best farming spot I know of would be in Avalon. If you have a higher level friend and membership, ask them to go to the Wild and teleport to them. The spots in the map below (under the tab called “The Wild”) mark spawning spots for Mist Wood.
tatakai outpostGo to Hametsu Village and from there to Tatakai Outpost. Find you way to the central teleporter. Marked with arrows are the bluegreen and yellow transporter.

The yellow and blue lines represent possible farming routes you could take: run the course from one dead end to the other and pick up all the Lotus Flowers you see on the way. Change realms (ctrl+M) when you reach the other side.

Where to find Black LotusGo to Yoshihito Temple and from there to Ancient Burial Grounds. The best spot to farm in this area is behind the blue teleporter. Run from one dead end to the other, change realms and run back to the first. You can change realms by pressing “Esc” and going to the Realms tab, or by pressing Ctrl+M on your keyboard.

I didn’t find any Black Lotuses behind the green teleporter, despite frequent realm changes!

Where can I find Black Lotus?Go to Shoshun Village and from there to the Cave of Solitude. In this place, you have two options. The first is to go to the green teleporter (green arrow) and follow the green route from dead end to dead end.

The other option is to go to the blue teleporter and follow the short blue line. The black dotted line is a perilous route with lots of Tainted Forest Imps that keep pulling you into fights.

mist wood spawning spotsYellowish dots mark the spawning spots for Mist Wood in this area. Just run around and collect what you can.Then change realms (ctrl+M on your keyboard) and repeat the process.

It’s a fairly enemy-free location, except for the Wildfire Treants, which luckily don’t pull in any unexpected travelers very often.

 

Step 3: Craft the items

This is the first recipe that calls for a different Crafting Station! You can’t craft the Seal of Seraphim at the Basic Crafting table. It requires the Equipment Crafting Station. If youneed to buy the new Crafting Station, you can buy it from any of the Furniture Vendors in the Spiral (closest one: Zhi Lan in the furniture shop in Jade Palace).

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Afterwards, talk to Toshio. He will give you the third quest you need to complete in order to get your Adept Crafter badge.

3. Dirks of Daring

  • Mission: Craft 2 Possibility Dirks

 

Step 1: Buy the recipe

Just like for the rings, you need to buy the recipe from Toshio.

 

Step 2: Get the reagents

Get the reagents mentioned in the recipe. To make 2 Possibility Dirks, we need:

  • 4 Sapphire
  • 4 Ruby
  • 10 Glass Vial
  • 20 Ectoplasm
  • 30 Stone Block

Where to get the reagents:

  • Sapphire, Ruby and Glass Vial can be bought from Yuji Hamada, who is conveniently located next to Toshio. You can also buy these in the Bazaar, but generally Reagent Vendors offer them at a lower price.
  • Ectoplasm can be bought in the Bazaar or harvested in the Spiral. I suppose to Bazaar is the simplest way to get this, it’s cheap at about 48 gold for one. Ectoplasm is not a reagent that grows in the Spiral, but it does get dropped by creatures. In Wizard City, they’re dropped by many of the ghost-like creatures (Foulgaze, Haunted Minion). One farming suggestion would be to go to Nightside (where to Death School is) and defeat the minions in the first area of Sunken City. The Wandering Specters and Wailing Wraiths drop them sometimes. During 15 test runs, I got about 1–2 Ectoplasms per run. Don’t bother doing the whole dungeon, just kill the creatures in the first street, then walk back out and enter the dungeon again. The creatures will spawn that way. Ectoplasm can also be transmuted from Leather Straps, but they’re so cheap in the Bazaar that I don’t think they’re worth going through the trouble of transmuting them (read more about transmuting here).
  • And, yet again, we need Stone Blocks. These can be harvested in stoney places, the best of which are perhaps in Avalon and in Stone Town in Zafaria. Ask a friend to let you port there if you don’t have access yet! Another popular place is the Atheneum, but the fact that it’s so popular means you will have to rival others to get your reagents. If you don’t have access to any of those places, Krokotopia is still a pretty good option for Stone Blocks! Try to Entrance Hall in Krokosphinx for example. I’ve also heard people recommend the Scotland Yard Roof in Marleybone.

Step 3: Craft the dirks

Go to your home and use the Equipment Crafting table. If you haven’t sold it, your crafting table should be in your home already, or in your backpack. You used it for the previous quest Toshio gave you. If you have lost yours, you can buy a new one from the Furniture Vendors in the Spiral (closest one: Zhi Lan in the Furniture Shop in Jade Palace). Once you have your table, craft two Possibility Dirks.

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Afterwards, talk to Toshio. He will grant you your Adept Crafter badge and give you the quest to start your next questing adventure in Dragonspyre.

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