While Primal Earth is the most Primal Element in WoW TBC Classic, farming this can still be worth it, since these elementals are more common as well. The lower competition means you can get more Primals per hour.
Primal Shadow is one of the elemental crafting ingredients in World of Warcraft. It can be farmed by killing any Void or Shadow Elemental in the Outlands. While it’s not the most expensive Primal, it can still be worth it to farm this, especially if you plan on keeping it for a while.
Primal Mana is used for lots of crafting recipes and enchants in TBC Classic. Arcane Resistance gear, Healing and Spell Power Enchants and even some good BoE epics, like the Netherstrike Set. It typically sells between 15 and 30 gold, depending on the economy on your server.
In TBC Classic, dynamic spawning has been introduced into World of Warcraft. Dynamic spawning means that the faster mobs are killed, the faster they respawn. Now, a Hyperspawn is the next level of that, where with enough players killing the mobs, they respawn almost instantly. Lern more about the best Hyperspawns here!
Primal Water is needed for many things, such as most healing equipment, primal might transmutation, and of course, making gold! Find out where to Farm Primal Water and which spots are the most lucrative!
Primal Fire is created by combining 10 Motes of Fire. These Motes drop from any Fire Elemental in the Outlands and can be sold individually as well. There are three major locations where Primal Fire can be farmed, which I will go over here.
Primal Air drops from Air Elementals throughout the Outlands. Because Air Elementals are quite rare and Primal Air and is used for lots of Profession Recipes. Because of this, Primal Air can reach quite ridiculous prices at times, and the Primal Air farming locations are generally very competitive.