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* lv.103 class (preferably archer or mage)
 
* lv.103 class (preferably archer or mage)
* lootrunning gear - a lot of LB and LQ
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* A good route - usually [[Corkus Province|Corkus]] or [[Rodoroc]]-[[Molten Heights]]-[[Sky Islands]]
 
* A good route - usually [[Corkus Province|Corkus]] or [[Rodoroc]]-[[Molten Heights]]-[[Sky Islands]]
   

Latest revision as of 17:49, 11 April 2021

Emeralds are the main currency of Wynncraft. They can be used to purchase item identifications, weapons, armour and many other goods.

Emeralds[edit | edit source]

Emerald.png Emeralds are the base currency of Wynncraft. Emeralds are a common drop from mobs and are found abundantly in Loot Chests and the Daily Reward chest. They are also gained through trading, breaking pots, completing dungeons, completing quests and converting Emerald Blocks.

Emerald Blocks[edit | edit source]

Emerald block.png An Emerald Block is made of 64 emeralds. The way they are usually obtained is through Emerald Merchants in banks; they compress 64 emeralds into one block. Blocks can also be acquired through trading, completing quests and converting Liquid Emeralds into blocks. Unlike in vanilla Minecraft, emerald blocks are not made of nine emeralds and cannot be crafted.

Liquid Emeralds[edit | edit source]

Experience bottle.png Liquid emeralds are the highest denomination of currency in Wynncraft. Liquid emeralds are obtained by converting 64 emerald blocks with the Liquid Emerald Merchant in Detlas, Almuj, Llevigar, Cinfras, Rodoroc, Ahmsord, Troms, Corkus City, Lutho or inside the Temple of the Legends. Because liquid emeralds are created using so many emeralds, people sell extremely rare or powerful items for them.

Emerald Farming Guides[edit | edit source]

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Quests[edit | edit source]

Doing all quests available (or at least the ones with high reward). Makes about 64Le per class.

Pros:

  • Bonus of a high-level class

Cons:

  • can be time consuming (leveling up a class and then doing the quests)
  • Class deletion is slow

Seavale Reef[edit | edit source]

Basically diving in the Seavale Reef with Breathing Helmet and selling found items to Treasure Merchant. Makes about 2Le/hour.

Prerequisites:

Pros:

  • Accessible for low level players
  • Easy

Cons:

  • Low money output compared to other methods

Lootrunning[edit | edit source]

Usually a running through a route while opening chests with Loot Bonus/Quality identifications.

Prerequisites:

Pros:

Cons:

  • Available to endgame players only
  • Very high initial expenses (buying good LB/LQ gear)
  • Favourite method - chests on many worlds may be empty
  • Time consuming - waiting for chests to fill up and going through the route
  • Luck based

Ingredient gathering[edit | edit source]

Gathering popular ingredient and selling them

Prerequisites:

  • High level class (for most ingredients)
  • Knowledge of popular ingredients
  • Loot Bonus gear is usually used to increase the chance of dropping ingredient.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Leveling up professions and crafting on request or supplying Trade Market with crafted items.

Prerequisites:

  • High level class - at least lv.100
  • Patience
  • Knowledge of popular crafting recipes

Pros:

  • Profitable

Cons:

  • Available to endgame players only
  • Professions need to be on lvl 100+ in order to make the method effective
  • Very long grind

Market flipping[edit | edit source]

Basically buying items on the Trade Market and selling them for higher price

Prerequisites:

  • Knowledge of popular items and their price

Cons:

  • High initial expenses
  • Luck based - finding good items and buying them in time
  • Might not be worth it (if the items do not sell)

Scrapping[edit | edit source]

Buying leather caps from Armour Merchant in Ragni, scrapping them at Blacksmith and selling the scrap on the Trade Market for about 11e each.

Pros:

  • Easy
  • Cheap
  • Accessible for low level players

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • 1.18 (The Economy Update) added the Trade Market which made it easier to trade with other players and another way to gain Emeralds.
  • One Liquid Emerald (LE) contains 4096 Emeralds, and a stack of Liquid Emeralds (STX) contains 262144 Emeralds.
  • Emeralds obtained before 1.12 were once able to be converted to updated emeralds by going to Selchar's bank and talking to the Converter Merchant.
  • As of 14.0.1 (Gavel Expansion Update) Emeralds are a much more common drop from mobs.
  • The identification "Stealing" makes Mobs have a chance of dropping emeralds upon being hit.