Stonecrafting is a supplementary skill for Grandmaster Carpenters, its does not cost any skill points, and has no
effect on the skill cap. To learn how to craft stone a GM Carpenter must read the book “Making Valuables With Stonecrafting” which can be bought from Gargoyle Stone Crafters in Royal City, Ter Mur at a cost of about 10,000 gold.
Tools required are Mallet and chisels, also bought from the Gargoyle Stone Crafter in Royal city. As with most tools these have uses and will wear out. Granite is mined by Grand Master miners.
Granite comes in the same color range as ore, select the color you wish to use from the menu shown when you double click the mallet and chisel. Stone tables are created as a deed, the deed will show the color of the granite used.
Weapons and Armor
Only weapons and armor made with Stonecrafting may carry a maker’s mark. Weapons and armor crafted in colored granite will have the same bonus properties as armor pieces crafted by a blacksmith from the equivelant metal (eg items made from gold ingots have 40 luck as a property, items made from gold granite will also have 40 luck)
Plain stone armor, or monster loot stone armor, can be enhanced with colored stone. Bonuses will be the same as those given by the equivelant metal.
Runic mallet and chisels are a rare reward from the three quest givers at the Ter Mur Soulforge (normal reward being an imbuing power scroll). Runic mallet and chisels can also be used to reforge stone armor and weapons.
Walls, stairs, doors and pavers can be made in all granite colors. These pieces can only be placed within a house and have the “House Only” item property.The different wall types are obtained by double clicking the crafted piece to lock it down (the method used to lock down custom carpet) then turning it using the decorating tool. It can then be unlocked to adjust its position and will maintain the new shape. Double click when finished to lock in place and prevent decay. The pictures below show the range of walls and stairs that can be obtained by turning the piece listed on the crafting menu.
Stone doors must be locked down using the more usual ‘I wish to lock this down’ formula; using an interior decorator to turn them when closed will cause them to switch the way they open (opening either “in” or “out”).
Stone pavers are listed separately on the crafting menu, but are shown together in this page. (Requires Time of Legends expansion)
Note: There are limits to the maximum elevation these crafted items can be placed. Players found to be exploiting these limits will find themselves subject to GM action.
From official documentation
*Requires 75 tailoring skill