WoW Classic Leatherworking Guide
WoW Classic Leatherworking Guide

In WOW Classic, Leatherworking is a great profession to invest in, because it can help you learn how to use hides and leather to craft armor, armor kits, and more. There are 300 levels you can progress through and by the end of it, you will be craft some great pieces of equipment.

There are 300 levels you can progress through and by the end of it, you will be craft some great pieces of equipment. 

(Amount & Crafted Item) - (Amount & Materials Needed)

Before we get started, though, we want to recommend that you pair Leatherworking with Skinning and to level both professions up at the same time. Doing so will make it easier for you to get the needed leathers and hides to craft. You could buy them at the Auction House but that can get pretty expensive.

Approximate Materials Needed

First off, this is the list of all materials you will need throughout leveling up all 300 ranks, as well as how many of each you will need:

      57 Ruined Leather Scraps

      470 Light Leather

      275 Medium Leather

      20 Heavy Hide

      195 Heavy Leather

      450 Thick Leather

      475 Rugged Leather

Leatherworking Trainers

To start your leatherworking journey, you need to become an Apprentice first, which can be completed after reaching level 5 and talk to a Leathering working Trainer. They are located in every major city. If you need help to find them, Speak with a guard in a City Guard and they will tell you where to look.

         Randal Worth in Stormwind City.

         Gretta Finespindle in Ironforge.

         Darianna in Darnassus.

         Nadyia Maneweaver in Teldrassil

         Adele Fielder in Elwynn Forest

         Horde Trainers

         Kamari in Orgrimmar.

         Dan Golthas in Undercity.

         Mak in Thunder Bluff.

         Chaw Stronghide in Mulgore.

         Shelene Rhobart in Tirisfal Glades.

Classic Leatherworking (Level 1-75)

        1 - 20: 19 Light Leather - 57 Ruined Leather Scraps

        20 - 45: 40 Light Armor Kit - 40 Light Leather

        45 - 55: 20 Handstitched Leather Cloak - 40 Light Leather, 20 Coarse Thread

        55 - 75: 50 Embossed Leather Gloves - 150 Light Leather, 100 Coarse Thread

Journeyman Leatherworking ( Levels 75 - 125)

You will need to learn Journeyman Leatherworking once you reach Level 75 to keep progressing. Unfortunately, not all Trainers can teach you Journeyman Leatherworking, so you'll need to find an Expert Leatherworker. You will also need to be at least Level 10.

The Expert Trainers you can learn from are:

                     Alliance

                     Simon Tanner in Stormwind City.

                     Faldron in Darnassus.

                     Fimble Finespindle in Ironforge.

                     Aayndia Floralwind in Ashenvale.

                     Horde

                     Arthur Moore in Undercity.

                     Karolek in Orgrimmar.

                     Tarn in Thunder Bluff.

                     Brawn in Stranglethorn Vale.

                     Krulmoo Fullmoon in The Barrens.

                     Narv Hidecrafter in Desolace.

        75 - 100:   50 Embossed Leather Gloves - 150 Light Leather, 100 Coarse Thread

        100 - 125: 40 Fine Leather Belt - 240 Light Leather, 80 Leather Coarse Thread

You should also try to make as many Cured Leather Hide as possible, if you have the materials to do so.

Expert Leatherworking (Levels 125-205)

To become an Expert Leatherworker, you will need to be at least Level 20 and have your Leatherworking up to 125. Then you will need to visit an Expert Trainer: Telonis in Darnassus for Alliance, and Una in Thunder Bluff for Horde.

       125 - 137: 15 Dark Leather Boots - 60 Medium Leather, 30 Fine Thread, 15 Gray Dye

You can also make as many Dark Leather Belts as you can with the Fine Leather Belts and Cured Leather Hides from before to help with this stage.

       137 - 150: 20 Dark Leather Pants - 240 Medium Leather, 20 Gray Dye, 20 Fine Thread

       150 - 155: 7 Heavy Leather - 35 Medium Leather

You can also make the following recipe that is sold by NPC's: 

7 Heavy Leather Ball - 14 Heavy Leather, 7 Fine Thread

        155 - 165: 20 Cured Heavy Hide - 20 Heavy, 60 Salt

        165 - 180: 15 Heavy Armor Kit - 75 Heavy Leather, 15 Fine Thread

        180 - 190: 10 Barbaric Shoulders - 80 Heavy Leather, 10 Cured Heavy Hide, 20 Fine Thread

        190 - 200: 10 Guardian Gloves - 40 Heavy Leather, 10 Cured Heavy Hide, 10 Silken Thread

Artisan Leatherworking (Levels 200 – 300)

To become an Artisanal Leatherworker, you will need to be at least Level 35 with your Leatherworking up to 200. You will then need to speak with an Artisanal Trainer: Drakk Stonehand at Aerie Peak of the Hinterlands for Alliance and Hahrana Ironhide at Camp Mojache in Ferales for Horde.

        200 - 205: 7 Thick Armor Kit - 35 Thick Leather, 7 Silken Thread

        205 - 235: 40 Nightscape Headband - 200 Thick Leather, 80 Silken Thread

        235 - 250: 15 Nightscape Pants - 210 Thick Leather, 60 Silken Thread

        250 - 265: 25 Rugged Armor Kit - 125 Rugged Leather

        265 - 290: 28 Wicked Leather Bracers - 224 Rugged Leather, 28 Black Dye, 28 Rune Thread

        290 - 300: 10 Wicked Leather Headband - 120 Rugged Leather, 10 Black Dye, 10 Rune Thread

The pattern can be obtained from Jadefire Trickster in Felwood.

Those are all about leatherworking! If you don't want to spend a lot of WOW Classic Gold to buy expensive gear, this guide will help you.

But if you don't have much time for crafting, then buying some gear with WOW Classic Gold is the best and fast choice!

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