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World of Warcraft Leatherworking Profession Guide

           Leatherworking allows the player to create leather and mail armor for himself and other plays. Leatherworkers are also able to create armor kits which are a form of enchants that can be placed on Feet, Chest, Hands, Legs. They are also able to create a rarer armor kit, that can be used on the legs.

           Leatherworkers are another Tradeskill that is a must in order to maximize your character. The armor kits they make for legs are one of a kind. The only other tradeskill that can do it is Tailoring, but they are more geared towards casters.

Leatherworking Paths

Dragonscale Leatherworking: Allows the leatherworker to make special dragonscale armor that are unavailable to a normal leatherworker. Dragonscale armor is all mail armor.

For Horde in order to become a Dragonscale Leatherworker you must talk to Thorkaf Dragoneye in the Badlands. Accept his quest and bring him the following;

Tough Scorpid Breastplate x 2

Tough Scorpid Gloves x 2

Worn Dragonscale x 10

After you turn this quest in, you're a Dragonscale Leatherworker.

For Alliance in order to become a Dragonscale Leatherworker you must talk to Peter Galen in Azshara. Accept his quest and bring him the following;

Tough Scorpid Breastplate x 2

Tough Scorpid Gloves x 2

Worn Dragonscale x 10

After you turn this quest in, you're a Dragonscale Leatherworker.

Elemental Leatherworking: Allows the leatherworker to make special elemental armor that are unavailable to a normal leatherworker.

For Horde in order to become a Elemental Leatherworker you must talk to Brumm Winterhoof in Arathi Highlands. Accept his quest and bring him the following;

Heart of Fire x 2

Globe of Water x 2

Core of Earth x 2

Breath of Wind x 2

After you turn this quest in, you're a Elemental Leatherworker.

For Alliance in order to become a Elemental Leatherworker you must talk to Sarah Tanner in Searing Gorge. Accept her quest and bring her the following;

Heart of Fire x 2

Globe of Water x 2

Core of Earth x 2

Breath of Wind x 2

After you turn this quest in, you're a Elemental Leatherworker.

Tribal Leatherworking: Allows the leatherworker to make special tribal armor that are unavailable to a normal leatherworker.

For Horde in order to become a Tribal Leatherworker you must talk to Se'Jib in Stranglethorn Vale. Accept his quest and bring him the following;

Wild Leather Vest

Wild Leather Helmet

After you turn this quest in, you're a Tribal Leatherworker.

For Alliance in order to become a Tribal Leatherworker you must talk to Caryssia Moonhunter in Feralas. Accept his quest and bring him the following;

Wild Leather Vest

Wild Leather Helmet

After you turn this quest in, you're a Tribal Leatherworker.

 

 

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Leveling Leatherworking 1 - 150

Leatherworking 1 - 30

Craft - [Light Armor Kit] - x 29

Materials Required:

29 Light Leather

Leatherworking 30 - 35

Craft - [Handstiched Leather Cloak] - x 5

Materials Required:

10 Light Leather

5 Coarse Thread

Leatherworking 35 - 65

Save these for later

Craft - [Cured Light Hide] x 40

Materials Required:

40 Light Hide

Salt

Leatherworking 65 - 85

Craft - [Embossed Leather Gloves] x 20

Materials Required:

60 Light Leather

40 Coarse Thread

Leatherworking 85 - 100

Save these as well

Craft - [Fine Leather Belt] x 15

Materials Required:

90 Light Leather

30 Coarse Thread

Leatherworking 100 - 115

Craft - [Cured Medium Hide] x 15

Materials Required:

15 Medium Hides

15 Salt

Leatherworking 115 - 125

Craft - [Dark Leather Boots] x 10

Materials Required:

40 Medium Leather

20 Fine Thread

10 Gray Dye

Leatherworking 125 - 130

Craft - [Dark Leather Cloak] x 5

Materials Required:

40 Medium Leather

5 Fine Thread

5 Gray Dye

Leatherworking 130 - 145

Craft - [Dark Leather Belt] x 15

Materials Required:

15 Fine Leather Belts

15 Cured Medium Hides

30 Fine Thread

15 Gray Dye

Leatherworking 145 - 150

Craft - [Hillman's Leather Gloves] x 5

Materials Required:

70 Medium Leather

20 Fine Thread

 

 

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Leatherworking 150 - 250

Leatherworking 150 - 170

Craft - [Cured Heavy Hide] x 30

Materials Required:

30 Heavy Hides

90 Salt

If the Cured Heavy Hides didn't take you to 170, do the following;

Craft - [Heavy Armor Kit] x 5

Materials Required:

25 Heavy Leather

Leatherworking 170 - 180

Craft - [Guardian Pants] x 10

Materials Required:

120 Heavy Leather

20 Bolts of Silk Cloth

20 Fine Thread

Leatherworking 180 - 190

Try to sell these in the Auction House. Normally people leveling alts will buy them for 20-45s each.

Craft - [Barbaric Shoulders] x 10

Materials Required:

80 Heavy Leather

10 Cured Heavy Hide

20 Fine Thread

Leatherworking 190 - 210

Craft - [Guardian Gloves] x 20

Materials Required:

80 Heavy Leather

20 Cured Heavy Hide

20 Silken Thread

Leatherworking 210 - 235

These will generally sell in the auction house for 45s to 75s each. Or if you're enchanting you can DE them and sell there materials for an equal amount in the AH.

Craft - [Nightscape Headband] x 35

Materials Required:

175 Thick Leather

70 Silken Thread

Leatherworking 235 - 250

Craft - [Nightscape Pants] x 15

Materials Required:

210 Thick Leather

60 Silken Thread

 

 

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Leatherworking 250 - 300

Leatherworking 250 - 260

Craft - [Rugged Armor Kit] x 15

Materials Required:

75 Rugged Leather

Leatherworking 260 - 275

To see where to get this recipe click here.

Craft - [Wicked Leather Gauntlets] x 15

Materials Required:

120 Rugged Leather

15 Black Dye

15 Rune Thread

Leatherworking 275 - 285

Craft - [Wicked Leather Bracers] x 10

Materials Required:

80 Rugged Leather

10 Black Dye

10 Rune Thread

Leatherworking 285 - 300

Craft - [Wicked Leather Headband] x 15

Materials Required:

180 Rugged Leather

15 Black Dye

15 Rune Thread

 

 

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Leatherworking 300 - 380

Leatherworking 300 - 310

Craft - [Knothide Leather] x 20

Materials Required:

100 Knothide Leather Scraps

Leatherworking 310 - 325

Craft - [Knothide Armor Kit] x 25

Materials Required:

100 Knothide Leather

Leatherworking 325 - 330

For the location of this recipe click here

Craft - [Heavy Knothide Leather] x 7

Materials Required:

35 Knothide Leather

Leatherworking 330 - 340

Craft - [Thick Draenic Vest] x 10

Materials Required:

140 Knothide Leather

30 Rune Thread

Leatherworking 340 - 350

Craft - [Scaled Draenic Boots] x 14

Materials Required:

168 Knothide Leather

28 Fel Scales

42 Rune Thread

Leatherworking 350 - 380

Craft - [Borean Armor Kit] x 33

Materials Required:

132 Borean Leather

 

 

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Leatherworking 380 - 450

Leatherworking 380 - 385

Craft - [Arctic Boots] - x 5

Materials Required:

40 Borean Leather

Leatherworking 385 - 390

Craft - [Iceborne Shoulderpads] x 5

Materials Required:

50 Borean Leather

Leatherworking 390 - 405

Make sure to line up some good youtube videos for this one

Craft - [Heavy Borean Leather] x 280

Materials Required:

1680 Borean Leather

Leatherworking 405 - 415

Sell these on the Auction House, they should sell pretty well.

Craft - [Jormungar Leg Armor] x 15

Materials Required:

65 Heavy Borean Leather

144 Jormungar Scales

Leatherworking 415 - 420

Sell these on the AH

Craft - [Pack of Endless Pockets] x 5

Materials Required:

40 Heavy Borean Leather

Leatherworking 420 - 425

Click here for the location of this recipe.

Craft - [Overcast Bracers] x 5

Materials Required:

40 Heavy Borean Leather

5 Eternal Water

Leatherworking 425 - 525

Leatherworking 425 - 435

Craft - [Savage Leather] x 10

Materials Required:

50 Savage Leather Scraps

Leatherworking 435 - 450

Craft - [Savage Armor Kit] x 15

Materials Required:

75 Savage Leather

Leatherworking 450 - 460

Craft - [Tsunami Boots] x 10

Materials Required:

70 Savage Leather

10 Eternium Thread

Leatherworking 460 - 470

Craft - [Savage Cloak] x 10

Materials Required:

70 Savage Leather

10 Eternium Thread

Leatherworking 470 - 475

Craft - [Darkbrand Boots] x 5

Materials Required:

50 Savage Leather

5 Eternium Thread

Leatherworking 475 - 480

Craft - [Darkbrand Shoulders] x 5

Materials Required:

60 Savage Leather

5 Eternium Thread

Leatherworking 480 - 485

Craft - [Darkbrand Chestguard] x 5

Materials Requried:

60 Savage Leather

5 Eternium Thread

Leatherworking 485 - 490

Craft - [Heavy Savage Leather] x 152

Materials Required:

760 Savage Leather

Leatherworking 490 - 496

Craft - [Darkbrand Leggings] x 2

Materials Required:

8 Heavy Savage Leather

24 Volatile Earth

Leatherworking 496 - 510

Craft - [Cloak of Beast] x 6

Materials Required:

48 Heavy Savage Leather

12 Volatile Earth

12 Volatile Air

12 Volatile Water

12 Volatile Fire

Leatherworking 510 - 516

Craft - [Bloodied Leather Bracers] x 3

Materials Required:

30 Heavy Savage Leather

30 Volatile Fire

Leatherworking 516 - 520

Craft - [Bloodied Leather Boots] x 2

Materials Required:

20 Heavy Savage Leather

20 Volatile Fire

Leatherworking 520 - 525

Craft - [Bloodied Leather Helm] x 3

Materials Required:

30 Heavy Savage Leather

30 Volatile Fire

Choosing a Second Profession

           Skinning is the profession that leatherworking gathers most of its materials from. So it's best if you're short on cash or don't want to spend cash to go skinning with Leatherworking. Your other option is, you guessed it! Enchanting. You can't go wrong with Enchanting no matter what you pair it with.

           Also if you choose Enchanting with Leatherworking you will be able to DE some of the crap that you make, saving money with Enchanting as well.

Extra Benefits to Leatherworking

           Aside from just making armor kits for others Leatherworkers can make extra strong armor kits for themselves. They also are able to make armor kits for their bracer. Below is a list of each of the armor kits that they can make for themselves. Below is a list of each of the armor kits a Leatherworker can make for himself.

Leg Enchants:
Jourmungar Leg Reinforcements (55 Stamina, 22 Agility)
Nerubian Leg Armor (75 Attack Power, 22 Crit Rating)

Bracer Enchants:
Fur Lining - Arcane Resistance (60 Arcane Resist)
Fur Lining - Attack Power (114 Attack Power)
Fur Lining - Fire Resist (60 Fire Resist)
Fur Lining - Frost Resist (60 Frost Resist)
Fur Lining - Nature Resist (60 Nature Resist)
Fur Lining - Shadow Resist (60 Shadow Resist)
Fur Lining - Spell Power (67 Spell Power)
Fur Lining - Stamina (90 Stamina)

 

 

 

                               

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