Make Tools Useful in 5e: Woodcarver Tools

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Every two weeks there comes a time when I have an idea for a series of instruments and I share it with all of you. Sometimes in the tree <del>stone</del> you get the idea that you believe something will work in a certified way when you finally get there. A year ago, when I was making forging tools, I assumed that the wood carver’s tools would actually work the same way, and I realized that trying to put them together was not. Instead, there simply aren’t enough foundations for wooden weapons and armour, so there’s no point in building such an instrument. Instead, we’ve chosen a system that allows you to build anything you want, such as our artists or our weaving tools.

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Wow, after that I have two more tools, and then I make my own tools, which I don’t think are included in the 5th system. Things like scrolling, a series of Fletchers, a magic wand, a gunsmith, a series of wizards and much more! It’ll be interesting to make some other things that others didn’t know what they wanted before they read it… but let’s take a look at page 85 of the Xanathar Guide in.

Wood cutting tools

The wood carver’s tools can be used to produce complex wooden objects, such as wooden panels or arrows.
Parts. The woodcutter’s tool consists of a knife, a gouge and a small saw.
Arcana, History. Your experience gives you extra knowledge when examining wooden objects such as figures or arrows.
Nature. Your knowledge of wooden objects gives you an extra insight when you look at the trees.
Repair. A damaged wooden object can be repaired in a short period of time.
Arrows. In a short break you can make up to five shooters. For long vacations you can make up to twenty. You must have enough wood to produce them.

Where do I start… Um… (Clears throat) I’ve got nothing. I don’t find it very exciting what they’ve offered here. You can look at wooden objects. Okay, great. You can see the trees. Awesome. Awesome. You can repair a damaged wooden object, even if you are not told how to do it, or how badly it is damaged or something like that. Of course, every DM is discrete, and there are a lot of things in my own tools that specifically indicate DM discretion, but… It’s just that… The fur.

The last part is that you can make arrows during a short or long break, which makes sense that the tool can, but I’ve only met one person (me) who has ever followed his arrows. I get a lot of whining and complaining when I ask my players to follow them, and in the end I just wave my hand, except for a few arrows. Many people don’t like this grain size of nitrogen and the pursuit of their resources, and there are some hills that are worth dying for. I’m not sure that 5th is a system that will attract the kind of people who like to keep track of their resources that way, because it just doesn’t support this game with all its simplifications. Okay, I’ll keep doing that for myself when I’m playing as a character, and maybe I’ll find that part of the instrument useful.

Wood sculpture

So we’ve talked about Xanatar and his views on this tool, so let’s move on to how I think this tool is useful. We will first examine the parts by adding a small hammer to this tool kit, because… how else are you supposed to use the lanyard?

We then use Dext for this tool, which requires precise movements and firm hands. Isn’t it weird in 7th grade that when you’re really good with your hands, you’re also very acrobatic? For some reason, a man who has never played sports before in his life can have great agility because he is really good at the skill game… although we will probably put aside a certain amount of suspicion because we don’t want him to be watched by hundreds of attributes.

Then we start making the object, and our project begins. Like many of the previous tools, we will use a more abstract component when creating wooden objects. There are only certain tools that require more abstraction than others, and wood carving has become one of them.

If you make something, we have with the fields and of project to think about. There are three categories within each section. For detailwe have :

Vaguely detailed is an object that has a basic shape, such as a cylinder, square or triangle. It has little detail and is made quickly, it can be a wooden badge without details, arrowheads or a simple walking stick.
Slightly more detailed is an item that has some detail and takes on a more abstract form than a humanoid or animal-like object. The patterns are small, but the object consists of different basic shapes to create a more complex shape. It can be a horse figure or a cutting board with some kind of pattern.
Highly detailed is an object on which complex patterns and details are placed. These can be feathers on an owl totem pole, a small inscription on a piece of wood, or an animal carving on a wooden throne.

After you have defined the level of detail of your project, you must define field of the project. We also have three categories for this:

TheMinute projects are small and adapted to the size of your hand. They generally weigh less than two pounds and can be wooden badges, figurines, wooden links, arrows or other small objects.
Large projects in category are larger and generally require no more than two hands. It can be a two-metre-high owl statue, a quarter herd, a bench or any other object weighing less than 30 pounds.
The projectsImmense are the most important and can vary from a table to a solid wooden throne. These projects usually require several people to work together to move around, or they require a lot of effort and work on your part to move around. It will be difficult to take these projects with you on your adventures, but if you have a house or workshop in town, this is the perfect place to store them.

Every level of detail and every size of the visibility area affects the time it takes to create an object. The minimum duration is 5 minutes for an object with vague details and 5 minutes for an object with minute details. To determine the duration of your project, simply add the time period from Details and then Scope of your project.

Vague information takes at least 5 minutes, one hour slightly detailed and 8 hours very detailed. Small projects take at least 5 minutes, large projects 1 hour, large projects 8 hours. To determine the duration of a project, select the level of detail, then select the size and combine the required time. It is only a minimum of time, and DM is free to decide that something takes much longer, such as making a wooden throne with precisely carved animals, much more than 16 hours.

To determine the DC output of your installation, it is arranged in the same way, with each level with and with considered difficult to produce. It starts with the DC 8 and you add it according to the decisions you made for your project. Vaguely detailed +1 to DC, slightly detailed +3 and very detailed +6. Smaller projects +1 in DC, Large projects +3, Large projects +6.

This means that if you build a meticulous throne for the king of elves and want to make it very detailed, the DC 8 + 1 + 6 = 15. They would perform the check every 8 hours or at the end of the project, whichever comes first. The number of checks you need to perform depends on the DM and can be selected more or less often depending on your situation. This is just a rough guide and a recommendation.

Tool limits

It is assumed that you can saw all this wood with a simple tool, but if you have access to the workshop, it should be easier for you to produce larger and more detailed objects on a regular basis. DM may decide that the presence of a workshop or more than a minimum of resources can give your cheques a bonus or benefit.


Not only do you have the ability to cut, but you also get several examples of the tree and how it can customize your project. If you’re trying to build a weapon, you can jump behind the cheapest tree, a pine tree, to get your quarter foot out, and you get what’s in the – Player’s Guide, but what about hardwood? or petrified wood? Or maybe something magical?

In this case you will get a slightly more powerful weapon, such as an extra +1 Deal Wood damage point or a block of extra petrified Deal Wood damage from a critical hit. But maybe just wood, even petrified wood, isn’t good enough for you. Instead, you need a tree that has survived the dragon fire and penetrated the magical essence of dragons. The wood burnt by the dragons contains the body of the fire creature and instead of causing regular damage when it is hit, damage is done to it.

Of course, wood burnt by dragons can cause different kinds of damage to different kinds of dragon breathing weapons, and this is incredibly rare, because the wood rarely survives when burnt by the intense cruelty of the dragons.


And they are wood carving tools, an artistic tool with which you can express your talents and skills. Not only can you make many different weapons, but you can also create works of art that can be used to make donkeys for kings or to build totems for animals and much more. But if you’re hoping to build a fortress with these tools, I’ll take you to my carpenter’s tools.

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