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#10732318 Feb 27, 2015 at 01:55 PM · Edited over 2 years ago
Kin Member
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I thought I would post a favorite spot to mine Barrow Iron and Silver. The Ash resources are not too bad either. This area is up the side of a mountain, a named human sometimes spawns in this area.

If you know of some good spots for the higher level resources maybe you could post them.

Edited to use imgur.com
Sincerely,

Valdgeir
aka Esteldon
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#10732469 Feb 27, 2015 at 02:29 PM · Edited over 2 years ago
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Picture won't load for me. Try using imgur.com.

In my old guild I was vice captian co-chair person thingy of crafting. I can try to put up travel routes where I would farm ore/wood. I never got past 85 though, so it wouldnt be complete.
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#10732549 Feb 27, 2015 at 02:47 PM
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I have never used imgur.com so let me know if that works for now. I did not make the album that holds it public.
Sincerely,

Valdgeir
aka Esteldon
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#10732951 Feb 27, 2015 at 04:30 PM
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Picture worked for me.
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#10735973 Feb 28, 2015 at 11:28 AM
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That is a very good spot for all 3. I also like the hills just East of the stable master in Trestlebridge for ore...you usually get 4 to 6 deposits with fairly quick respawn time.
Also, for ash wood, if you go into the southern barrow-downs, any ash deposits you will find will be heavy. Not all the deposits there are ash, some are yew, but something there ALWAYS makes the ash deposits come out heavy :)
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#12306727 Apr 20, 2016 at 11:38 AM
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#10735973 Gweasley wrote:

That is a very good spot for all 3. I also like the hills just East of the stable master in Trestlebridge for ore...you usually get 4 to 6 deposits with fairly quick respawn time. (...)



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I most like questing up Nen Harn / Far Cheetwood, probably the highest level ore mining in all of Breeland
Also, for crops, I routinely (not 100% consistent) can walk a trail in a section of land north of Brandy Hills, right across the river. walk a trail just by line of sight of the next crop... kinda nice.
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