The Battle for Mount Hyjal is thje first of the new Raids added to World of Warcraft The Burning Crusade Classic in the Phase 3 Content Update. Two of the 5 Tier 6 pieces that are attainable here drop here, Head and GLove Tokens. Here’s how to clear this raid!
How to prepare for Phase 3? What can I invest my gold into to make some profit with the patch? When is the Release Date for Phase 3? These and more Questions will be answered here!
In this Terocone farming guide, I’ll provide you with a detailed map of all the Terocone spawn points. Because Terocone is used for some expensive alchemy recipes, farming Terocone is usually very lucrative in terms of gold per hour.
Upon first entering Shattrath City, the player is given a choice between two of the factions of TBC Classic: Aldor or Scyer. You can only ever have one of these factions be friendly to you, so you should choose wisely!
In order to get Fel Iron, you will need to mine Fel Iron Deposits which require a Mining skill of 300+. While some Fel Iron spawns in every zone, the best zones to farm Fel Iron by far are: Hellfire Peninsula, Zangarmarsh and Shadowmoon Valley.
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.
Adamantite comes in two variants in the World. Adamantite Deposit, which requires Mining 325 to gather, and Rich Adamantite Deposit, requiring Mining 350 to gather. The best zones for Adamantite Farming are Nagrand, Netherstorm, Blades Edge Mountains and Shadowmoon Valley, in that order.
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.
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.
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.