Logging is a Gathering Trade Skill in New World. Logging allows for the gathering of Wood used in a variety of Crafting and Refining skills. Logging also allows the player to track certain types of trees. Trade Skills are a variety of non-combat skills that the player can invest in and master. Trade Skills belonging to the Crafting category focus on creating a large variety of items ranging from Weapons and Consumables to ammunition and furniture.
New World Logging Guide
Logging is Gathering skill primarily used to obtain Wood materials used in a variety of applications in Crafting and Refining skills. Wood can be used for crafting Weapons, Armor, Furniture and can also be used as a resource for Town Projects. Higher-level loggers can unlock the ability to track certain tree types and also obtain rare resources from logging such as Sap.
Logging is performed by finding trees across Aeternum and using a Logging Axe to cut them down and collect the wood. Just as with any trade skill, Logging can be leveled up by continually using the skill. Logging is very straightforward and easy to level up as any area has an abundance of trees. Moreover, standard Wood can be obtained from a number of node types including tree stumps and withered trees. There are trees and wood types that only exist in certain areas but in general, standard trees can be found everywhere.
Logging Relies skills
New World Logging Leveling up
- Leveling up in Logging allows for the tracking and logging of larger, higher-tier trees which can yield more resources
- As with all Trade Skills, leveling up Gathering skills is done by continuously using the skill.
- Leveling up in a Gathering skill unlocks the ability to gather a wider variety of resources including higher-level ones.
- Additionally, unlocks the ability to detect nearby resources, as well as special resources used to modify items created by Crafting skills.
Logging requires the use of a Logging Axe which can be crafted via Engineering. There are several tiers of Logging Axes available, each with an Engineering level requirement and a Forge tier requirement corresponding to the Logging Axe's tier in order to craft. Utilizing higher-tier Logging Axes will speed up logging but is not required in order to cut down higher-tier trees. When crafting logging axes, a Logger's Charm can be included in the crafting process for a chance to imbue the tool with the Logger's Luck Perk which provides a small boost to the chance of obtaining Rare Resources when logging. Logging Axes must be in the player's inventory in order to perform the Logging skill.
|Tier||Item Name||Engineering Level|
|Tier I||Flint Logging Axe||0|
|Tier II||Iron Logging Axe||0|
|Tier III||Steel Logging Axe||50|
|Tier IV||Starmetal Logging Axe||100|
|Tier V||Orichalcum Logging Axe||150|
Logging Trees & Wood
The table below details each type of tree and the resources that can be gathered from them through the Logging skill. Note that wood can also be gathered from bushes at any level and without the need for any gathering tool, however the yield is significantly less.
|Tree Type||Resources Gathered||Rare Resources||Logging Level||Locations Found|
|Wyrdwood Tree||Wyrdwood||Sap||100||Any, Best: Brightwood|
|Ironwood Tree||Ironwood||Sap||175||Any, Best: Edengrove|
Logging Notes and Tips
- Killing Bronzegrove Terrawolves is an alternative way of gaining Logging XP and Wyrdwood logs.