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Furs, Hides, and Pelts.
—Online Description

FFXIV Leatherworker IconThe Leatherworker (革細工師, Kawazaiku shi?) is a Disciple of the Hand in Final Fantasy XIV.

OverviewEdit

Contrary to popular belief, a leatherworker's skills are not limited to the mere boiling and dying of pelts and skins, but also encompass those of an armorer and clothier, for a true leatherworker would never entrust his hides to the hands of another. Perhaps a leatherworker's most arduous and time–consuming task is procuring the various coats and furs necessary for his trade, which is the reason why many who choose this profession tend to dabble in hunting and trapping as well.

The Elezen have long been known for their skill in leathercrafting, yet for centuries their techniques were heavily guarded. However, when dwindling numbers of guildmasters were threatened with the disappearance of their immense wealth of compiled knowledge, Elezen leatherworkers set aside pride and reluctantly began revealing those techniques to a select few. As a result, the quality of Eorzean–made leather improved significantly, creating an increased demand for products using the superior–quality material.

RoleEdit

Leatherworks can process the hides of Eorzea's wildlife into material for making armor, accessories, and various furniture.

EquipmentEdit

Leatherworkers are defined by wielding a head knife in the main hand, and can equip an awl to the off-hand.

AbilitiesEdit

Ability Level CP Cost Cross-Class Description
Basic Synthesis 1 0 No Increases progress. Efficiency: 100% Success Rate: 90%
Basic Touch 5 18 No Increases quality. Efficiency: 100% Success Rate: 70%
Master's Mend 7 92 No Restores item durability by 30.
Steady Hand 9 22 No Improves action success rate by 20% for the next five steps.
Inner Quiet 11 18 No Grants a bonus to control with every increase in quality.
Observe 13 14 No Do nothing for one step.
Waste Not 15 56 Yes Reduces loss of durability by 50% for the next four steps.
Standard Touch 18 32 No Increases quality. Efficiency: 125% Success Rate: 80%
Great Strides 21 32 No Doubles efficiency of next Touch action. Effect active for three steps.
Master's Mend II 25 160 No Restores item durability by 60.
Standard Synthesis 31 15 No Increases progress. Efficiency: 150% Success Rate: 90%
Brand of Earth 37 15 Yes Increases progress. Progress doubles when recipe affinity is earth. Efficiency: 100% (200%) Success Rate: 90%
Advanced Touch 43 48 No Increases quality. Efficiency: 150% Success Rate: 90%
Waste Not II 50 98 Yes Reduces loss of durability by 50% for the next eight steps.

Other appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

Leatherworker TCG

Leatherworker appears in a wind-elemental card.

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