We introduced TBC classic professions part one last week. Today we continue introducing WoW classic TBC professions: part two.
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Engineering is one of my absolute favorite professions. It has a ton of fun and valuable items, and it captures the fantasy of being an engineer. Engineering is one of the more unique professions in TBC classic. It uses metal bars to create parts, and you can use the parts to create useful inventions. Engineers are also able to make ranged weapons.
These are strong when it comes to training once you reach outland, and your master trainer will be at your faction's first questing area in Hellfire Peninsula. Keep in mind that as a complimentary gathering profession, most engineers will choose Mining due to the high number of metal bars and a lot of gems required to reach the cap. Otherwise, you should purchase all materials to level up.
Engineering can get really costly. Considering that Engineering is going to be sharing these same materials with Blacksmithing, Jewelcrafting, and all classic TBC classes can benefit from Engineering regardless of spec, so any class could learn it especially given the addition of those Epic Helms in TBC, which is very powerful.
Flying mounts will be added in TBC. Engineers can actually create their own flying machines. Both flying machine control and Turbo-Charged Flying Machine control are recipes learned from trainers, so that's also another added benefit if you want a unique flying mount. Keep in mind that if you want to quickly find out the Engineering trainer, Goblin Engineer can do this easily.
Let's move on to another gathering profession, Herbalism. Herb is gathered to act as the primary reagent in Alchemy, so they are usually combined together. Herb is used in Enchanting, Cooking, Engineering, and various other professions.
I found that Blood Elves can get a ton of Bloodthistle in their starting zones, so maybe they have a slight advantage. However, out of all the zones, Zangarmarsh is the easiest zone to level up your Herbalism in TBC.
Fel Lotus can be used in making powerful flasks, and flasks are super powerful in TBC because their effects persist through death, so that is a new change. If you die in classic, you will lost all of your consumables well. These flasks will persist through death, and these herbs are super valuable because they will make these flasks. The two maps are routes you can use to farm Fel Lotus. It's more popular than Mana Thistle. Those are the two herbs that you're probably going to be focusing on if you level Herbalism up to the max level.
Alchemy is the profession where you're going to use the herbs from Herbalism to craft potions and elixirs, or use stones and reagents to convert one material into another one, so Alchemy is essential for high-level rating and PvP.
The potions and elixirs are some of the strongest buffs available in the game, and there are many resistance potions earlier in the Herbalism section. There are amazing buff elixirs and all sorts of raid consumables that are vital for completing certain dungeons and raids. Alchemists can create some necessary materials for crafting at the end of the game and give you the chance to earn some considerable profits.
Alchemy is suitable for all classes, especially with endgame trinkets for almost all TBC roles. Most players choose Herbalism as their gathering professions because they purchase all the herbs for concoctions that will be super costly. If you're constantly buying whatever you need on the Auction House, from transmutations to elixirs flasks potions, Alchemy is probably one of the highest value creations. Here's I share some of the stuff you can make in Alchemy. I definitely recommend Alchemy if you haven't done it before.
Skinning allows players to gather leather, hides, and scales by skinning certain mobs (Beasts, Dragonkin or Demon Skin). It is most often paired with Leatherworking. Because the two are basically perfect together other than using Skinning to level Leatherworking. Skinning has a pretty good TBC classic gold farming potential, and you can sell lots of different Hides that you find. They're quite valuable because the amazing craftable BoE Epics will be added in TBC, so selling high-level leather is profitable to become a master skinner.
I'd recommend learning in Hellfire, so you can start leveling your Skinning when you are in the first zone. Don't learn from Seymour. You can quickly level this profession while you're leveling up your character, and you can skin the creatures that you have already killed, so there's no need to go out of your way to level this gathering profession.
These are important for mainly crafting Epic quality mage gear. It has a higher drop rate from Skinning than other professions, and it can be farmed easily by flying through the Northern part. Skinning is an awesome profession.
Leatherworking allows players to work various leathers and pelts into leather armors. It is paired with Skinning, and most players opt for this combination in terms of class and specialization. Leatherworking is suitable for all leather-wearing classes: Druid, Hunter, Shaman, and Rogue. You can find master trainers in Hellfire Peninsula for the alliance.
In my opinion, Leatherworking is the absolute best profession for raiding and PvE due to the ability to create Drums of Battle. In Drums of War, it is very useful in raids. If you take into account the combined benefit for the entire party, you can see why it is so powerful.
You can also craft Legs Enchant, which will definitely be best in the slot for some classes, and all leatherworkers can make very powerful gear. In my opinion, specialization is depending on what class you're playing.
Tailoring focuses on crafting light armor items, using clothes that you found on Humanoids similar to First Aid to create different bags and different cloth gear because Tailoring is able to make gear for any spec. It's an appropriate profession for any cloth wearer.
It's most often leveled alongside Enchanting because it doesn't need a gathering profession for PvE maximizing DPS. Leatherworking is the best for Drums. I would definitely consider Tailoring because of the powerful gear that you can actually use for some of these classes. Some of this powerful gear includes Mantle of Nimble Thought, Hands of Eternal Light, and spell threat enchantments, so once you reach skill level 350, you can head on over to Shattrath city and begin your specialization quest.
Enchanting is a powerful endgame profession in PvE and PvP. As you level up, it can give your gear buffs to level up faster. This profession is usually paired with Tailoring. Because it is most highly recommended for cloth armor wearers of all specs, but it can also make sense for pretty much any class to become an enchanter.
This spell allows players to destroy gear of uncommon quality into dust essences and crystals. Enchanters can add buffs at a high level, like Enchant Gloves, Enchant Weapon, Executioner's Cleaver, and Enchant Boots - Surefooted. Enchanter has an enchantment on his ring, which increases all stats in the game.
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