Rune Factory 5: How To Craft Better Farming Tools – TheGamer

If you’re looking to upgrade your farming tools, you’ll need to level up your forge skill and collect some raw materials.
In Rune Factory 5, you're going to spend a lot of time farming. It'll be your bread and butter as you settle into your new life in Rigbarth, and you're going to need some tools. While the game is handy enough to provide you with some cheap old tat, you can make far superior tools yourself.
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To do this, you'll need a Forge, some raw materials, and a high-enough Forge skill. It'll take some time investment, but you'll be swinging around the most potent watering can the world has ever seen in no time.
To forge Farming Tools, you will need to purchase a Forge from either Palmo or Ryker at the furniture and renovations shop. Once placed, you can use any recipes that you know to create upgrades to your starting tools.
Be aware that it is more difficult to attempt recipes that you don't know in-game yet. This means that if you use this guide to try making tools before learning the recipe with Recipe Bread, it will cost more RP than usual and might fail if your Forge Skill isn't high enough.
In the table below, some ingredients are listed in italics. This means that this ingredient calls for any item of a specific category. For example, if a recipe calls for Strings, you could use a Spider's Thread or a Vine and get the same result.
When a recipe calls for Stones, you can use Rocks, even though they are categorized under [Other] in-game.
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Ryan Bamsey is an Evergreen Editor at TheGamer. He loves games, baking, and manta rays, and has a degree in clinical psychology that he has never used. You can contact him at [email protected]


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