WOW Tailoring Profession
For Priests, Mages, and Warlocks the Tailoring skill is a definite advantage to your character advancement and money-making potential. Cloth armor, along with shirts and bags, will be the fruits of your labors.
World of Warcraft professions are how players make money and items to help them get through the game. This mini guide will cover tailoring and the easiest ways that a player can level their skill.
In the previous parts of this World of Warcraft tailoring mini guide, I took you through the basics of tailoring and gave you a specific list of everything that you will need as well as which patterns to make to level your tailoring the fastest. This part will tell you where to go to find them.
This last part of the World of Warcraft tailoring mini guide will tell you all about the tailoring specializations that are available, Shadoweave, Spellfire, and Primal Mooncloth.
In the first part of this Tailoring mini guide for World of Warcraft players, I gave you a complete list of the exact items that you need to level your tailoring from 1 to 375. In this part, we will go through the best ways to level it.
Now that you are an Artisan Tailor, this part of the World of Warcraft Tailoring mini guide will help you get up to level 375 and beyond.
Description of the recipes you can get as a master tailor.
Once you’ve hit level 300 in your WoW Tailoring, a whole new world of runecloth and faction recipes become available. Looking for pieces that will disenchant into Illusion Dust? They’re right here, yours for the taking–I mean, making.
What are you going to do with all that cloth? Bandages are a waste; here’s how to get the most use from Mageweave and Runecloth for your robe-wearing characters in World of Warcraft.
Description of the recipes you can get as an expert tailor.