This Fae Farm Logging Guide will tell you the basics of the Logging Skill and tell you how you can level it up as quickly as possible.
You're going to use Wood for everything from making Cozy Furniture to Crafting some Farm Plots in Fae Farm, and that means you're going to need to get familiar with how the Logging Skill works. Let's break it down!
How Fae Farm Logging Works
Fae Farm Logging is about as simple as it gets -- all you need to do is walk up to a Tree and whack it with your Axe until it falls over. You can then hit the leftover stump to get a little extra Wood.
Much like Mining, you're eventually going to encounter some Trees that you won't be able to break without upgrading your Tool of choice. Odds are, you're likely to hit a serious wall once you make your way up into the Mountains -- the Ancient Trees and Frostwood Trees are particularly tough.
Wood is a much more limited resource when compared to the Ore and Gems you'll find in Dungeons. It's entirely possible to run out of a particular type of Tree! Take care to always hold onto some Wood and Lumber of every type. You never know when you'll need it!
Best Way to Level Up Logging in Fae Farm
The best way to level up Logging in Fae Farm is by regularly cutting down the Trees that naturally spawn on the island of Azoria. Again, keep in mind that it's entirely possible to run out of a particular type of Tree in the short term -- never sell all of your Wood!
If you're truly anxious to level up your Logging as fast as possible, there's another solution. Vendors in the Town Square and the Elven Village sell Tree Saplings at reasonable prices. You can plant a bunch of Trees on one of your Farms, giving you a few more things to cut down (and a bigger source of XP).
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