Jiyambi's Leatherworking Guide

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This guide is designed to help you quickly and cheaply level your leatherworking. There are points in the leatherworking profession that can be quite frustrating to those who don't know it in and out - this guide will help you prepare for these dry spells with the leather you need ahead of time. I do my best to avoid rare recipes (those found as drops or from out the way trainers) and recipes which require rare or expensive materials. We will occasionally use these recipes due to other constraints, but information on where to find the components will be included.

If you have acquired some extra materials and it would be cheaper for you to create items other than those listed, by all means do so. In addition, feel free to sub out the listed items for some you are making to wear, but remember to get extra leather if this makes you come up short. Any items that are especially important will be noted in the guide (such as those for specialization turn-ins).

For an excellent guide on leveling your skinning BC to Wrath, see the Skinning 300-450 guide.

Note: The numbers provided here are estimates only. You may need a little more leather than what is listed, or a little less. If you end up with extra leather, remember that in most cases you can change that leather into the next type (medium to heavy for example) to save you some cash or farming time later on.



Table of Contents


  1. Why Level Leatherworking?
  2. Apprentice (1-75)
  3. Journeyman (75-150)
  4. Expert (150-225)
  5. Choose a specialization
  6. Artisan (225-300)
  7. Master (300-350)
  8. Grand Master (350-400)



Why Level Leatherworking?


Leatherworking provides some great advantages for leather and mail wearing classes. It is great for leveling up your character since you can very cheaply make item enhancements (armor kits), and can also craft upgrades in gear if you haven't found them as you level. There are some item enhancements which you can only place on your own gear. There is also something to be said for being able to make your own armor kits rather than having to find someone to do it for you.

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Apprentice


Purchase Apprentice Leatherworking from a leatherworking trainer.


Shopping List:

Expected Cost: 6g 70s


Level CraftMaterials
1-35Create 34 Light Armor Kit34 Light Leather
35-45Create 10 Handstitched Leather Boots20 Light Leather
10 Coarse Thread
45-55Create 10 Small Leather Amo Pouch30 Light Leather
40 Coarse Thread
55-75Create 20 Embossed Leather Gloves60 Light Leather
40 Coarse Thread

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Journeyman


Purchase Journeyman Leatherworking from a leatherworking trainer (requires level 10).


Shopping List:

Expected Cost: 27g 50s


Level CraftMaterials
75-90Create 15 Embossed Leather Gloves45 Light Leather
30 Coarse Thread
90-95Create 5 Embossed Leather Cloak25 Light Leather
10 Coarse Thread
95-115Create 20 Fine Leather Belt120 Light Leather
40 Coarse Thread
115-120Create 5 Medium Armor Kit20 Medium Leather
5 Coarse Thread
120-130Create 10 Dark Leather Boots40 Medium Leather
20 Fine Thread
10 Gray Dye
130-150Create 20 Hillman's Shoulders80 Medium Leather
20 Fine Thread
20 Cured Medium Hide

Note: If you can't find the Cured Medium Hide for the Hillman's Shoulders, you can make Dark Leather Cloaks and Hillman's Leather Gloves instead. However, you will need an additional 110 Medium Leather, so making the shoulders is the better way to go if possible.

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Expert


Purchase Expert Leatherworking from a leatherworking trainer (requires level 20).

Head to your faction's base in the Arathi Highlands and purchase Pattern: Raptor Hide Belt (Alliance) or Pattern: Raptor Hide Harness (Horde).


Shopping List:

Expected Cost: 95g

Farming the Materials: You can get Raptor Hide from raptors in Stranglethorn Vale, the Arathi Highlands, and Dustwallow Marsh.


Level CraftMaterials
150-165Create 15 Heavy Armor Kit75 Heavy Leather
15 Fine Thread
165-190Create 25 Raptor Hide Belt (Alliance)
Create 25 Raptor Hide Harness (Horde)
100 Raptor Hide (Alliance)
150 Raptor Hide (Horde)
50 Fine Thread
190-200Create 10 Guardian Gloves40 Heavy Leather
10 Silken Thread
10 Cured Heavy Hide
200-225Create 25 Thick Armor Kit125 Thick Leather
25 Silken Thread

Note: If you are thinking of becoming a Tribal Leatherworker, make sure to save the Thick Armor Kits you created.

Also, if you don't want to get the raptor hide for the belt/harness, or you can't find the recipe, you can make Green Leather Armor and Dusky Leather Leggings for those levels. Just be sure to get extra leather and green and black dye.

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Choose a specialization


Now is the best time to chose your specialization, since you can make the items you need to specialize as you level up your skill.

You won't be able to actually learn your speciallization until you make the required items in the next section (though Elemental leatherworkers can right away if they like, since they don't need to make anything).

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Artisan


This section is divided into subsections for each specialization. Items that will be used for your specialization are marked in red.

If you would prefer not to specialize at this time, follow the instructions for Elemental Leatherworking but do not buy the elemental items on the shopping list (labeled in red)

Purchase Expert Leatherworking from a leatherworking trainer (requires level 35).

Purchase Pattern: Wicked Leather Gauntlets from Werg Thickblade in Tirisfal Glades (Horde) or Leonard Porter in the Western Plaguelands (Alliance).

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Dragonscale Artisan


Shopping List:

Expected Cost: 419g

Farming the Materials: The scorpids of Tanaris can be skinned for the scorpid scales. For higher level players, the Uldaman scorpids also drop scales, and you can enter, kill them, leave, reset, and repeat to quickly gather the needed amount. The two patterns drop from thieves and bandits in Tanaris.


Level CraftMaterials
225-230Create 5 Nightscape Headband25 Thick Leather
10 Silken Thread
230-235Create 5 Nightscape Shoulders40 Thick Leather
15 Silken Thread
30 Mageweave Cloth
235-237Create 2 Tough Scorpid Breastplate24 Thick Leather
8 Silken Thread
24 Scorpid Scale
237-239Create 2 Tough Scorpid Gloves12 Thick Leather
4 Silken Thread
16 Scorpid Scale
239-255Create 16 Nightscape Pants224 Thick Leather
64 Silken Thread
255-260Create 5 Nightscape Boots80 Thick Leather
10 Silken Thread
260-280Create 20 Wicked Leather Gauntlets160 Rugged Leather
20 Rune Thread
20 Black Dye
280-290Create 10 Wicked Leather Bracers80 Rugged Leather
10 Rune Thread
10 Black Dye
290-300Create 10 Wicked Leather Headband120 Rugged Leather
10 Rune Thread
10 Black Dye


Becoming a Dragonscale Leatherworker

To be trained in your specialization, first be sure you have the following items with you:

Alliance:
Visit Peter Galen in Azshara and get his quest Dragonscale Leatherworking. You should already have the required items - just turn in the quest to receive the Dragonscale Leatherworking skill.


Horde:
Once you have your items, head to the Badlands and talk to Torkaf Dragoneye. He will give you a quest Dragonscale Leatherworking, which you should be able to turn into him right then since you already have all the items with you. Completing the quest teaches you the Dragonscale Leatherworking skill.

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Elemental Artisan


Shopping List:

Expected Cost: 438g

Farming the Materials: This WoWhead post has some excellent information for farming the elemental items.


Level CraftMaterials
225-230Create 5 Nightscape Headband25 Thick Leather
10 Silken Thread
230-235Create 5 Nightscape Shoulders40 Thick Leather
15 Silken Thread
30 Mageweave Cloth
235-255Create 20 Nightscape Pants280 Thick Leather
80 Silken Thread
255-260Create 5 Nightscape Boots80 Thick Leather
10 Silken Thread
260-280Create 20 Wicked Leather Gauntlets160 Rugged Leather
20 Rune Thread
20 Black Dye
280-290Create 10 Wicked Leather Bracers80 Rugged Leather
10 Rune Thread
10 Black Dye
290-300Create 10 Wicked Leather Headband120 Rugged Leather
10 Rune Thread
10 Black Dye


Becoming an Elemental Leatherworker

To be trained in your specialization, first be sure you have the following items with you:

Alliance:
Visit Sarah Tanner in the Searing Gorge and get her quest Elemental Leatherworking. You should already have the required items - just turn in the quest to receive the Elemental Leatherworking skill.


Horde:
Visit Brumn Winterhoof in the Arathi Highlands and get his quest Elemental Leatherworking. You should already have the required items - just turn in the quest to receive the Elemental Leatherworking skill.

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Tribal Artisan


Shopping List:

Expected Cost: 416g

Farming the Materials: The turtles of the east coast of both Tanaris and the Hinterlands drop turtle scales. Wildvine can be found on trolls in Stranglethorn Vale and in the Hinterlands.


Level CraftMaterials
225-227Create 2 Turtle Scale Gloves12 Thick Leather
2 Silken Thread
16 Turtle Scale
227-229Create 2 Nightscape Headband10 Thick Leather
4 Silken Thread
229-230Create 2 Nightscape Tunics14 Thick Leather
4 Silken Thread
230-232Create 2 Turtle Scale Bracers16 Thick Leather
2 Silken Thread
24 Turtle Scale
232-234Create 2 Turtle Scale Breastplate12 Thick Leather
2 Silken Thread
24 Turtle Scale
234-236Create 2 Turtle Scale Helm28 Thick Leather
2 Silken Thread
48 Turtle Scale

You will need to travel to Feralas to continue your progress. Before you head out, make sure you have all your materials with you, since it will be easiest to turn them all in at once here.

You should have:

Alliance:
Go to Feathermoon Stronghold and talk to Pratt McGrubben.


Horde:
Go to Camp Mojache and talk to Jangdor Swiftstrider.


Both:
Turn in the first 5 quests (you should already have all of the materials with you) – make sure you have completed up to the “Wild Leather Helmet” quest. You will be rewarded several recipes – learn them all. You will now be able to continue crafting. Be sure to stay near this NPC, however, since when you are done you need to turn in a few more quests to him before going to your Tribal trainer.


Level CraftMaterials
236-237Create 1 Wild Leather Helmet10 Thick Leather
2 Wildvine
1 Cured Thick Hide
237-238Create 1 Wild Leather Vest12 Thick Leather
2 Wildvine
1 Cured Thick Hide
238-255Create 17 Nightscape Pants238 Thick Leather
68 Silken Thread
255-260Create 5 Nightscape Boots80 Thick Leather
10 Silken Thread
260-280Create 20 Wicked Leather Gauntlets160 Rugged Leather
20 Rune Thread
20 Black Dye
280-290Create 10 Wicked Leather Bracers80 Rugged Leather
10 Rune Thread
10 Black Dye
290-300Create 10 Wicked Leather Headband120 Rugged Leather
10 Rune Thread
10 Black Dye

Turn in the rest of your quests to the Wild Leather NPC – he should finally give you a quest to see a leatherworking trainer in your capital city. Head back there to complete that quest, and you will then be ready to specialize.

Note: Any leatherworker can complete the wild leather quests if he or she wants those recipes, but they happen to be required for Tribal Leatherworking.


Becoming a Tribal Leatherworker

To be trained in your specialization, first be sure you have the following items with you:

Also be sure you have completed all of your wild leather quests (See this article on WoWhead for a list of the quests).

Alliance:
Visit Caryssia Moonhunter in Feralas and get her quest Tribal Leatherworking. You should already have the required items - just turn in the quest to receive the Tribal Leatherworking skill.


Horde:
Visit Se’Jib in Stranglethorn Vale and get his quest Tribal Leatherworking. You should already have the required items - just turn in the quest to receive the Tribal Leatherworking skill.

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Master


Purchase Master Leatherworking from the Grand Master trainer in either Thrallmar or Honor Hold (requires level 50).


Shopping List:

Expected Cost: 554g


Level CraftMaterials
300-320Create 20-25 Knothide Armor Kit80-100 Knothide Leather
320-325Create 5 Wild Draenish Gloves45 Knothide Leather
30 Rune Thread
325-335Create 12 Thick Draenic Boots120 Knothide Leather
30 Rune Thread
335-345Create 10 Thick Draenic Vest140 Knothide Leather
30 Rune Thread
345-350Create 5 Scaled Draenic Boots60 Knothide Leather
15 Rune Thread
10 Fel Scales

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Grand Master


Purchase Grand Master Leatherworking from the trainer in one of your faction's main Northrend bases (requires level 60?).


Shopping List:

Expected Cost: Unknown (prices still fluctuating)


Level CraftMaterials
350-375Create 25 Borean Armor Kit100 Borean Leather
375-390Create 15 Arctic Gloves150 Borean Leather
390-405Create 155 Heavy Borean Leather (make it until it turns gray, you'll need tons later)930 Borean Leather
405-410Create 5 Jormungar Leg Armor25 Heavy Borean Leather
5 Jormungar Scales
410-415Create 5 Fur Linings of your choice (Attack Power, Spell Power, Stamina)5 Arctic Fur
415-420Create 5 Pack of Endless Pockets or other bag40 Heavy Borean Leather
420-425Create 5 Eviscerator's Bindings40 Heavy Borean Leather
5 Eternal Air
425-430Create 5 Eviscerator's Guantlets50 Heavy Borean Leather
5 Eternal Air

Leveling from 430 to 450 is much more difficult and costly. At this point it is probably best to craft specific items to sell, for friends, or for yourself, instead of purely to level up. You can level this with just recipes learned from your trainer, but you may want to purchase the epic recipes which cost Arctic Furs, for the purposes of making gear for yourself or others.

In addition, all recipes past this level require rare materials such as frozen orbs.

If you still simply want to level as cheaply as possible without farming rare materials, here is a suggestion:

  • Advertise in Trade Chat with the recipes you can do, and make things free with other’s mats. This will allow you to level up while costing you nothing, and if you have some of the blue items available at this leatherworking level, you should be able to find some people who want what you can make.

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I hope you found this guide informative. In the future, more details on useful recipes may be added, or tips on making money with leatherworking.

I am also looking for feedback! Let me know if this guide worked well for you, or leave a comment with any suggestions for improvements or corrections.

Thank you for reading!

Comments

eric's picture

I found a link to the guide

I found a link to the guide on the official World of Warcraft website, and I think that's the first WoW-Pro guide I've seen there. Just so you're aware of it, and I think it's well done.
Source: WoW -> info -> Professions -> Profession links.
Congratulations!

Shinke's picture

Nice!

Nice!

Jiyambi's picture

Wow, really? That's awesome!

Wow, really? That's awesome! Thanks for letting me know eric. Now I need to update this more often!

Shikamaru's picture

Yay, I'm on there too!

Yay, I'm on there too!

405-410 Create 5 Jormungar

405-410 Create 5 Jormungar Leg Armor
The materials have changed so that one leg armor now requires 3 Heavy Borean Leather and 12 Jormungar Scales. So that would be...
15 Heavy Borean Leather
60 Jormungar Scales

Would you still recommend making 5 of those? I can't find a guide that would have all the latest reagent requirements Sad

Jiyambi's picture

Hmmm, I really need to dust

Hmmm, I really need to dust this guide off and revise that and a few other issues with it that have cropped up due to materials changing.

For now, just make whatever is cheapest for those five levels. The armors are nice since they can be sold fairly easily, compared to gear. But the scales might be harder to get, so that's up to you.

Wicked Leather Bracers

You have Wicked Leather Bracers from 280-290 in all 3 specializations. However, this is learned at 265, and is green at 285, so it would be much better to make 20 of them from 265-285 (or at least 25 from 265-280) especially since it's trained, and the gauntlets are a pattern you have to go buy.

In expert, you forgot to

In expert, you forgot to list the heavy leather for the harnesses.

What?

Heavy knothide for 335-350 LW recipes now

The recipes for Thick Draenic Vest and Scaled Draenic boots require 3 heavy knothide leather (vs 14 regular knothide as before) for the vest and 2 heavy knothide leather (vs 12 regular knithides) for the boots. It probably works out to about the same about of leather in the long run, just has the extra step of either upgrading teh regular leather or buying the heavy knothide instead.

Jiyambi's picture

Thanks, I'll fix it soon

Thanks, I'll fix it soon Smiling

just a thank you....

I'm sort of new to all this stuff, but thank you so very much for making this level for leatherworking... I have asked different people where to find something like this and they keep sending me to places that, well for me, just confuses me more, lol... not hard to do. I really hope this comment isn't against any of the rules but if so, do what you have to, to me, lol... so thanks again, Pastog.

Jiyambi's picture

Not against the rules at

Not against the rules at all, thanks very much for the nice comment! Smiling

rickyVI's picture

430-440

Hi

great great guide, I'm around 430 leatherworking now, and honestly, I doubt I would have made it that easily without your guide !

though, i've got the impression there is an error in the 330 340 section : since the major 3.1.0 update, the Frosthide Leg Armor and Icescale Leg Armor require (unfortunately Sad ) an extra frozen orb, which, unless I missed something, doesn't appear in the materials required.

apart from that, thanks a lot, very useful guide ! Laughing out loud

Jiyambi's picture

Okay, I finally fixed this,

Okay, I finally fixed this, in a sort of cheater way - I just removed the 430-440 section. If the materials are that costly, it's really up to you what you chose to make, and preferably it should be stuff that actually gets put to use. Either of those armor kits should sell decently, since they are useful to raiders, but I'd rather the reader just chose what to make at that point.

Jiyambi's picture

It's good to hear that this

It's good to hear that this was helpful!

I haven't updated this guide in a while, so thanks for the info. I'll get to it in a bit, I have a few other changes to make here as well, but I'm concentrating on my druid guide at the moment.

Nice guide - alternative 255-265

Excellent guide; very well laid out & reads very well. I'm working through levelling a character using it, and I found an alternative around the 255 mark.

I was farming Rugged leather from the gorilla's in Un'goro, but was getting more Thick than leather, so I decided to try my luck in Silithus. As soon as you get into Silithus, there is a vendor called Zannok Hidepiercer, who sells a recipe called Heavy Scorpid Bracers. The materials are 4 Rugged Leather & 4 Heavy Scorpid Scales.

The materials can be farmed north of the Cenarion enclave. Target the Scorpids only. I found the drop rate between Rugged Leather/Heavy Scorpid Scales to be about 50/50. After a couple of hours I had enough mats to make the bracers until they went green.

Maybe im just stupid

ok on Expert in the shopping list it says 215 Heavy Leather
but in your materials section i only count 105
maybe im just stupid but that doesnt work out
other then that terrific guide

Jiyambi's picture

You are most definitely not

You are most definitely not stupid, that was a mistake left over from when I changed one of the created items (to the raptor hide thingies). Thanks, fixed now!

Now there definitely is a

Now there definitely is a discrepancy. In the list of materials for Expert you have 75 Leather for the armor kits + 40 Leather for the Guardian Gloves, giving a total of 115 Heavy Leather, not 105 Eye

However, the links for the Raptor Hide Belts/Harnesses say that they need 4 Heavy Leather each, giving another 100 Heavy Leather and a grand total of 215.

Taliessin

Jiyambi's picture

Well poo thanks for the

Well poo Sticking out tongue thanks for the note, will fix it shortly.

One thing

Great guide btw. On the Elemental profession the Breath of Air should Be Breath of Wind. The link is correct just the words on this page are not. Thanks for the guide. Will make LW go easier.

Jiyambi's picture

Thanks! Fixing it.

Thanks! Fixing it.

At the Tribal Artisan

At the Tribal Artisan part:

Alliance:
Go to Feathermoon Stronghold and talk to Pratt McGrubben.

Horde:
Go to Camp Mojache and talk to Jangdor Swiftstrider.

They both link to the same npc (Pratt McGrubben) Smiling

Jiyambi's picture

Fixed thank you! Copy and

Fixed thank you! Copy and paste = error prone Sticking out tongue

Hey

Hey, awesome guide, i've used it to level my LW, works like a charm.

PS: 420-425 Create 5 Eviscerator's Bindings 40 Heavy Borean Leather
5 Elemental Air

425-430 Create 5 Eviscerator's Guantlets 50 Heavy Borean Leather
5 Elemental Air

The "Elemental Air" Is supposed to be "Eternal Air" The link is correct though Smiling

Jiyambi's picture

Thank you, fixing it!

Thank you, fixing it!

Maw's picture

Just a little thing; under

Just a little thing;
under the "Why Level Leatherworking?"-section, there is a "Back to the Top" option. This isn't necessary because when you click that, you don't go to another part of the page. Try clicking one of the other "Back to the Top", and then clicking the one at "Why Level Leatherworking?", and you'll see what i mean Smiling

Jiyambi's picture

Well, it moves the top of my

Well, it moves the top of my browser page up to the table of contents, which wasn't visible. Yeah it's a little overkill, but I don't see a significant reason to remove it and my OCD likes it there for completeness Eye But thanks for the tip! Smiling

Jiyambi's picture

Updated! Finally got some

Updated! Finally got some time and opportunity. I think I fixed all of the errors pointed out to me, let me know if you see anything else Smiling

cxnecroxc's picture

hello

sweet looking northrend lw guide, but u said 375-405 Heavy Borean Leather, according to my LW trainer in Dalaran u cant learn Heavy Borean until 390, may wana fix that homie

Sad u got my hopes up for EZ skills Sticking out tongue

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Jiyambi's picture

Heh, I know. It was that way

Heh, I know. It was that way in beta but they changed it on the live release. I plan to fix it but ATM I only have access to the Internet on my iphone. I'll get to it asap.

Jame's picture

In the 410-415 section

In the 410-415 section there's a /URL tag showing. Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad ^^

Shikamaru's picture

I allready said that in a

I allready said that in a previous comment!

And wewt, 1 user online, me! Smiling

Jiyambi's picture

Gross, missed these comments

Gross, missed these comments somehow. I'll fix it soon, off to a meeting atm.

Shikamaru's picture

Few additions.

Arctic Fur[/url][/url] should be Arctic Fur[/url], otherwise there will be a [/url] at the end.

20Nerubian Chitin should be 20 Nerubian Chitin, you forgot a space there Smiling

5Jormungar Scales should be 5 Jormungar Scales, forgot a space again.

Jiruru's picture

Master training

I haven't personally leveled a Leatherworker this high so I might be way off, but are you able to train Master rank (300-375) Leatherworking in Northrend as you are with some other professions? If so it might be worth mentioning, as if you're below level 58 and want to do the Master training (for those people who try to get really ahead of the game), it's far easier to hop on a boat to Howling Fjord or Borean Tundra and train there than to get a warp to Shattrath and make your way back to Hellfire's first towns. (And if you're 80, it's probably as fast to fly there from Dalaran as it is to portal to Shattrath and fly out.) Of course, this is only speculation if the Leatherworking trainer there can in fact teach Master.

Jiyambi's picture

I think the earliest is 350,

I think the earliest is 350, it's still earlier than 375 and cuts out the worst of Outland stuff. I'll check though.

Heavy Borean Leather

They must have changed the requirement for this, but it is now only trainable once you reach 390. Looks like there's gonna have to be some arctics equipment thrown in there for 15 points =/

Jiyambi's picture

Yup, I noted this in a

Yup, I noted this in a comment but haven't fixed in the guide, will get to it ASAP.

Heavy Knothide Leather

in the 300-350 part you listed "75 Heavy Knothide Leather" as reagent, but you don't seem to use them anywhere, is this a bug and did i spent the 200g on something i don't need, or am i just missing something?

Benhir's picture

Well, I can see that from

Well, I can see that from 300 to 325 you need to do Knothide Armor Kit... I guess that it is for that!

Oh, nevermind me. It is simple Knothide leather and not HEAVY... well I can't see any use for that too. Hope that someone will help you Smiling

Jiyambi's picture

I will fix it soon, thanks

I will fix it soon, thanks for pointing it out. I recently changed that section and you don't need the heavy leather anymore.

Jiyambi's picture

Error

There is an error in my 350-450 section due to WoWhead being wrong about some of the leatherworking levels - specifically, the Heavy Leather can't be learned nearly as early as they had it listed. I will correct it when I have time, which is not at this moment.

Jiyambi's picture

Northrend Update Coming

An update for 375-400 (and revision of 350-375) is coming! Hopefully it will be done today.

Jiyambi's picture

Updated!

Alright, the guide has been updated. I will add more information, such as expected prices and more advice for high end leatherworking, as it becomes available.

Jame's picture

Pure win.

Pure win.

Jame's picture

Looking better and better

Looking better and better every update!

Jiyambi's picture

Thanks!

Thanks Jame! I'm trying to get my boyfriend and brother to test it out on their leatherworkers, to make sure everything works as intended.

cheaper

when you say 300-315 make knothide armour kit, it is cheaper to make 20 of those to get up to 320 instead uf making 10 of the wild drainish gloves and only make 5 of them

Really good guide otherwise thanks Smiling

Jiyambi's picture

Thanks very much for the

Thanks very much for the suggestion, I was concerned that the armor kits would not level up every time after that point. Do you happen to know about how many you had to make to get to 320?