Tools can help you accomplish things that are usually difficult to achieve. Such as making or repairing items, forging documents, prying locks, etc. Race, profession, background, and expertise can all give you proficiency in certain tools.
Whenever you use a tool that already has proficiency to perform an attribute check, you can add the current proficiency bonus to the corresponding test result.
The use of a tool is not tied to a single attribute value, because the skilled intent of the tool is to know its extensive use.
For example, the DM may require you to make an agile check when you use the woodcarving tool to sculpt details, and when you sculpt hardwood, you may be required to make a power check.
What is the Artisan Tools?
Artisan Tools 5e includes tools for various types of craftsmanship.
We share a dnd 5e Artisan Tools table following, which will show all examples of very in-depth general tools, and the types of these tools will provide items related to a single process.
The most common of these are listed in the Artisan Tools 5e table. A character who has a skill in a craftsman tool can add his proficiency bonus to the check result when using the corresponding tool to perform an attribute check.
Various types of d&d artisan tools are not related to each other, and their proficiency can only work on the corresponding tools.
The above 5e artisan tools are helpful for most of the 5e backgrounds.
What do artisans do?
Usually, artisans are their masters of craftsmanship and also create products such as clothes, toys, tools or furniture.
Artisans work by hand to create unique, functional and decorative items using traditional techniques.