Leatherworking Guide A Primer On This Profession

Leatherworking Guide A Primer On This Profession

Leatherworking, as a primary profession, compliments skinning very well as it almost exclusively utilizes the leather obtained from the creatures of the wild. In this leatherworking guide, you will learn how to craft mail armors, cloaks,, leather, ammo pouches, armor kits, and quivers using the materials you gather in the wild.

{Who Benefits From The Leatherworking Profession}

While beneficial to all classes and races, Leatherworking suits the leather-wearing classes better.

{How to get started in leatherworking}
Like a number of other primary professions, Leatherworking doesnt require crafters to use special locations in the game or special tools to process materials into goods. So long as there is a pattern available and the materials it requires, a Leatherworker can create his desired item.

There is an exemption though with a special tool which only skilled engineers can produce. This tool is the Salt Shaker.

{A Tailor’s Recommendable Second Professions}

Since Leatherworking seems to depend almost exclusively to the materials obtained via skinning, skinning is the top recommendation as a complementary profession. This also allows for free supplies as the convenience of not having to depend on the Auction House for materials. If you level up by depending purely on the Auction House, you have to prepare for bleeding your pockets.

Other benefits of pairing skinning with leatherworking include.

{Free patterns} Most professions need to purchase their recipes from the Auction House, from their trainers, or from other players. If you’re a skinner AND a leatherworker, you can farm your own patterns. You get free stuff from skinning mobs, monsters and humanoids.

{Availability of materials} It is not always that leather is available at the Auction House. If you’re relying exclusively on AH, you might often find yourself in a standstill when you need leather to craft certain goods. If you’re proficient at skinning, though, you’ll find it easier to get the stuff you need.

{What Are The Best Classes For Leatherworking}
It makes sense for Shamans, Druids,, Rogues, and Hunters to use leatherworking as a second profession. After all, their gears, armors and equipment are mostly made of leather. It always goes a long way to acquire the stuff you need for free.

{Specializations Of A Leatherworker}

Leatherworking is one of the very few professions that allow for specializations. After meeting the required levels for the profession, Leatherworkers can begin specializing in any of three areas of specialization Dragonscale Leatherworking, Tribal Leatherworking, and Elemental Leatherworking. Each of these allow leatherworkers to create armor sets that are soulbound to their owners.

{Training For Leatherworking}

There is one leatherworking guide or trainer in all major cities in in the game. A guide will help you learn the things you need to practice and skill up in your profession. Not only that, you’d also be able to increase your rank with the help of a trainer once you accumulate the sufficient number of skill points.

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