From 1 to 200…
Now that you know exactly what you need in terms of materials, to take your Leatherworking from level 1 to level 375, this part will tell you the exact patterns that are the best to make to take you to level 375.
From level 1 – 45: Light Leather Armor Kits – You’ll actually make about 50 of these, and you can use them as well as sell them.
From level 45 – 55: Handstitched Leather Cloaks – You’ll make about 16 of these. They don’t really sell that well, so usually you can put one or two on the auction house and vendor the rest.
From level 55 – 75: Embossed Leather Gloves – You’ll make about 20 of these. They sell alright on the auction house, but usually you will vendor these too.
At level 75, you’ll get Journeyman Leatherworking.
From level 75 – 100: Embossed Leather Gloves or anything that strikes your fancy in this range. NOTE: this is a good place to make green items that will level up your Leatherworking. You can then sell the green items on the auction house as most enchanters will purchase lower level greens to disenchant.
From level 100 – 125: Fine Leather Belt – You’ll make about 30 of these, and they sell alright on the auction house.
From level 125 – 135: Dark Leather Boots – You’ll only have to make about 16 of these. These sell pretty good on the auction house.
From level 135 – 155: Dark Leather Pants – You will make about 25 of these, and they sell well on the auction house.
At level 155, you’ll get Expert Leatherworking.
From level 155 – 165: Hillsman Leather Gloves – You’ll make about 10 of these. They actually do ok on the auction house.
From level 165 – 185: Heavy Armor Kits – You’ll make 30 of these, but they sell great on the auction house, so you may want to make more.
From level 185 – 190: Barbaric Shoulders – You’ll make 10 of these, and they actually sell alright on the auction house.
From level 190 – 195: Barbaric Harness – You’ll make 5 of these.
From level 195 – 205: Dusky Bracers – You’ll make 10 of these.
Now that you are over level 200 with your Leatherworking, the next part of this mini guide will take you up to 375.
This post is part of the series: World of Warcraft - Leatherworking Mini Guide
This series will let players know exactly what materials are needed, which patterns to make, and how to choose your Leatherworking specilization.