New World Hemp Locations And Where To Find Them
If you want hemp in New World, you’re likely interested in the Weaving trade skill. Many recipes need for linen in Aeternum, and you’ll need lots of fiber if you want to begin making it.
If you’re questioning how to get started with trade skills, check out the New World crafting guide which starts you off just fine. But if you’ve grasped the basics and choose that you want to concentrate on weaving—or if you just want to level your harvesting game and sell the materials—this guide will you help in your quest. Here are some New World hemp locations, and the tools you need to harvest it.
New World hemp locations: Where to find and harvest fiber
So you know you need to search for hemp plants if you want that fiber, but you need to know what to look out for. Lucky for you, Hemp is very easy to spot, thanks to its tall stalks and vivid pink flowers.
If you look at the resource legend on the world map, you’ll see that hemp is located in forests and grassland, but that doesn’t really narrow it down. While hemp can be located in many places around the starting towns, the most important concentration is located in the grasslands to the west of Windsward and south of Everfall. Check out the map which we included below for the general area or use this interactive map for precise locations.
You’ll need a flint sickle to harvest fiber from hemp plants, but unlike the flint logging axe and pickaxe, you won’t make one as part of the main quest early on. It’s simple to make one. Simply head to a forge with 1x green wood and 1x flint and craft it. Make sure to equip it when you’re done.
How to make linen in New World
Now you got the hemp which will help you make linen using 4x fiber at a Tier 2 loom. You don’t need to be at a particular level in weaving either, so you can make linen as soon as you have the raw materials and you find a loom.
Linen is a type of cloth that many trade skills can use in a variety of recipes. Light armor and bags are the most prominent ones, though linen can also be used in heavier armor, furnishings, and in some weapons and ammo as well.