The WoW Classic Leatherworking Guide for Leveling 1-300Leatherworking is a profession in World of Warcraft Classic that enables players to create the most powerful mail and leather game in the game. This profession requires skin in most cases to make but leveling the leatherworking profession is very expensive as compared to other professions.
If you pair the leatherworking with skinning, farming some materials won’t be a problem for you anymore. Experts recommend that you should equip skinning while you are leveling your leatherworking profession. Leveling requires a lot of skins but the skinning profession comes into action to help you in saving some extra gold by farming skins by itself. Here is a complete WoW Classic Leatherworking guide to help you in leveling Leatherworking from 1 to 300. Before starting the guide, keep in mind that without in-game currency, you can’t go so far. Therefore, using game marketplaces, you can buy WOW Classic Gold at reasonable price.
WoW Classic Leatherworking GuideThere are three specialties in the leatherworking profession with different benefits and you can only pick one specialty at a time. You can change the leatherworking specialty at any time by completely unlearning the current leatherworking skill.
- Dragonscale Leatherworking: You can only make mail-type gear in this specialty
- Elemental Leatherworking: You can elemental resistance and leather-type agility gear in this specialty
- Tribal Leatherworking: You can only make leather-type intellect and agility hear and the famous DevilSaur Armor set
Professions for Classic WoW Leatherworking
The game allows you to equip two different professions and leatherworking pairs the best with skinning as a secondary profession to provide you with reagents to make gears.
Classes for WoW Classic Leatherworking
Druids, Rogues, Shaman, and Hunter classes are Used when leatherworking and skinning are selected as primary and secondary professions. Use Shaman and Hunter in Dragonscale leatherworking while hunter also benefits in WoW Classic Leatherworking leveling.
Locations of Classic WoW Leatherworking Trainers
Alliance Trainers locations
- Aayndia Floralwind: Ashenvale (35, 52)
- Adele Fielder: Elwynn Forest (46, 62)
- Drakk Stonehand: The Hinterlands (13, 43)
- Fimble Finespindle: Ironforge (40, 32)
- Nadyia Maneweaver: Teldrassil (43, 43)
- Randal Worth: Stormwind City (68, 49)
- Telonis: Darnassus (64, 21)
- Arthur Moore: Undercity (70, 58)
- Brawn: Stranglethorn Vale (37, 50)
- Brumn Winterhoof: Arathi Highlands (21, 46)
- Chaw Stronghide: Mulgore (45, 57)
- Hahrana Ironhide: Feralas (74, 43)
- Karolek: Orgrimmar (60, 54)
- Shelene Rhobart: Tirisfal Glades (65, 60)
- Una: Thunder Bluff (41, 42)
Guide to Craft Leatherworking gear
- Use the bag to keep all the materials
- Open the spellbook
- Look for the leatherworking icon in the spellbook
- Click on the leatherworking icon to open it
- Select a recipe from the available choices
- Read the How-to guide and click create button to make gear
WoW Classic Leatherworking Leveling GuideHere is the ultimate wow classic leatherworking leveling guide to help you in leveling from 1 to max in the fastest way possible and these are the four levels of leatherworking leveling.
- [Apprentice Leatherworking] (Level 1-75) – Any Major City
- [Journeyman Leatherworking] (Level 75-150) – Any Major City
- [Expert Leatherworking] (Level 150-225) – Any Major City
- [Artisan Leatherworking] (Level 225-300) – Any Major City
First, learn to apprentice leatherworking and gather 60 ruined leather scraps to make 20 light leather during this leveling phase. Ruined leather scraps are always used for faster leveling in this starting phase.
Use 10 light leather and make 10 light armor kits during this leveling phase.
Use 40 light leather and 20 coarse threads to make 20 hand-stitched leather belts in this phase.
Use 30 light leather and 5 coarse threads to make 5 hand-stitched leather belts and learn Journeyman leatherworking in this phase.
Use 90 light leather and 30 coarse threads to make 30 embossed leather gloves in this phase.
Use 15 fine leather belts to make 90 light leather and 40 coarse threads in this phase.
Use 60 medium leather to make 15 medium leather kits in this phase
Use 60 medium leather, 30 fine threads, and 15 grey dye to make 15 dark leather boots in this phase.
Use 15 fine belts, 15 cured medium hides, 30 fine threads, and 15 grey dyes to make 15 dark leather belts in this phase. You can also sell these dark leather belts to get a good amount of gold in the auction house.
Use 70 medium leather and 20 fine threats to make 5 Hillman’s leather gloves whole learning the Expert Leatherworking in this phase.
Use 10 heavy hides to make 10 cured heavy hides in this phase.
Use 50 heavy leather to make 10 heavy armor kits in this phase.
Use 120 heavy leather and 20 bolts of silk cloth to make 10 guardian pants in this phase.
Use 80 heavy leather, 10 cured heavy hides, and 20 fine threads to make 10 barbaric shoulders in this phase.
Use 80 heavy leather to make 5 dusky bracers in this phase.
Use 100 heavy leather, 20 bolts of silk cloth, and 10 iron buckles to make 10 dusky bolts and learn the Artisan Leatherworking in this phase.
Use 175 thick leather and 70 silken threats to make 35 nightscape headbands in this phase.
Use 210 thick leather and 60 silken threads to make 15 nightscape pants in this phase.
Use 100 rugged leather to make 20 rugged leather armor kits in this phase.
Use 200 rugged leather, 25 black dye, and 25 rune threads to make 25 wicked leather bracers in this phase.
Use 120 rugged leather, 10 black dyes, and 10 rune threads to make 10 wicked leather headbands in this phase.
After reaching the maximum level in the leatherworking profession, it can automatically transmute salt shaker after 3 days which can later be used to make cured rugged hide. Max leatherworking enables you to make leather gear and various other raid-orientated gear. Players can purchase recopies from vendors to learn about to make gears.