Leveling Inscription to 450 is quite fast and the materials needed for it are typically very cheap, since all you need is a bunch of herbs of all skill levels to mill.
Similiar to the Tailoring Specializations, Leatherworking also has some epic Sets that are specific to a respective Leatherworking specialization. Depending on your class and role, there is an optimal choice for this. In this guide, we will go over the best specializations for each class and how to learn them.
Every Tailoring Specialization gives you the ability to create two Primal Mooncloth, Shadoweave or Spellcoth, depending on which one you choose, instead of one. You don’t need any additional materials for this though, which makes each of the three specs worth it.
In order to learn an Alchemy Specialization, there are a few conditions players have to meet. Simply put, all you need to do it complete the respective Quest and you’ll be rewarded with the Specialization. But, in order to gain access to these Quests, you have to be at least level 68+ and have an Alchemy Skill of at least 350.
Leveling Jewelcrafting from 1 – 300 is quite quick, as the profession was newly introduced with The Burning Crusade. You can level Jewelcrafting by crafting a mixture of low level statues, rings and necklaces. Once you reach 300, leveling Jewelcrafting gets a bit more involved, though.
In this First Aid guide, the cloth amounts are the minimum you will need. At some points, you might be crafting yellow or even green bandages, and so I advise getting some extra. In this post, I go through the process of leveling up First Aid, including a section for TBC, up to 375.
In this cooking and fishing leveling guide, you will learn the quickest way to level cooking and fishing together all the way from 1 to 375. You will be using only things that can be acquired with fishing or at vendors.
A complete leveling guide for Tailoring from 1 – 375. Including Trainers, total Materials needed, Recipes, and what to craft. This is the cheapest and lowest effort way to level Tailoring to 375
A complete leveling guide for Leatherworking from 1 – 375. Including Trainers, total Materials needed, Recipes, and what to craft. This is the cheapest and lowest effort way to level Leatherworking to 375
A complete leveling guide for Engineering from 1 – 375. Including Trainers, total Materials needed, Recipes, and what to craft. This is the cheapest and lowest effort way to level Engineering to 375
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