WoW Burning Crusade Classic is on the horizon, and many players want to prepare everything they can to do. Some investments are also necessary before TBC. Here MmoGah.com would like to share some tips with players, and they can invest in some items before WoW TBC Classic.
To decide which character you want to play
If you make up your mind on the main character in advance, you will benefit from it in the future.
To plan your professions
Jewelcrafting will be in high demand since it is an entirely new profession, and many players want to get gems for their gear right away. So, if you're looking to make a lot of TBC classic gold, Jewelcrafting will be in demand for quite some time.
To level profession Alts
It is a great strategy leading up to the release of TBC. Alts can be a fantastic way to earn passive wow classic TBC gold. Level 60 Alchemists can also transmute Primal Mights, which will be in high demand during WoW Classic TBC.
This is a real player Fakeqt's video, and he shared an investment guide. Some of the content is quoted from this video.
Today I will talk about some investments on items to make profits in WoW TBC Classic.
1. To invest in Tome of Polymorph: Turtle
It is a rare item dropped from a boss in Zul'Gurub, and you'll need high-level Fishing to summon the boss. This Tome is often put on the Auction House because a lot of people do the raid, but this will change in burning crusade classic, so the price will increase in TBC. I paid around 100 - 200 gold for the Tome.
2. To invest in Black Vitriol
This item is not very important in wow classic, but this will change in TBC. Since you'll need this item to craft the Philosopher's Stone, and you will also need Philosopher's Stone to transmute Primal Might.
The Primal Might is a new transmuter in TBC, and it's needed for some of the best in slot gear.
3. To invest in Light Hide
It can be used by leatherworkers to craft various types of leather armors.
Light Hide is likely to be obtained where Light Leather can be found and mostly beasts between level 10 to 25. There are many zones to farm Light Leather, but the most efficient places to farm Light Hide would be Darkshore, Wetlands Crocolisks, Mottled Raptor, and Displaced Threshadon from Wetlands since there are plenty of bears to be skinned.
If you want to level up Leatherworking from level 45 to 55, you need Cured Light Hide that requires 1 Light Hide and 1 Salt. Many people might swap professions in TBC as each profession has a lot of useful crafted items.
4. To invest in Medium Hide
If the creature is below level 25, Medium Hide can be skinned from level 20 to 35. There is a chance that it will produce Light Leather. The best zone to farm Medium Hide would be Northern Stranglethorn. There are plenty of creatures and beasts to be skinned and to respawn at a fast rate.
If you want to level up Leatherworking from level 100 to 120, you need Cured Medium Hide that requires 1 Medium Hide and 1 Salt.
5. To invest in Heavy Hide
It is the last one that I invest in. If you want to level up Leatherworking from level 155 to 160, you need Cured Heavy Hide that requires 1 Heavy Hide and 3 Salt.
It is often very cheap as most people don't level Leatherworking right now, but this will change when there is a huge demand in TBC, and players will try to get more.
6. To invest in Nexus Crystal
It is collected when you disenchant every gear. They're often very cheap, and you can use them in TBC. You can transform a Nexus Crystal into a Small Prismatic Shard, and the Smaller Prismatic Shard is used to level your Enchanting in TBC.
The Auction House sells a Formula that teaches you how to convert 3 Small Prismatic Shards into a large one, and the Large Prismatic Shard is used for some enchants.
The Shard will be very expensive as you will need to disenchant high-level gear in order to get it.
7. To invest in Elemental Air
It is often very cheap, and you can find that its price is almost the same on the Auction House, but I am also interested in it since there will be two new races in TBC.
Draeneis will be able to play Shaman, so Elemental Air will be in huge demand on the alliance. Because in classic TBC, you can play Shaman at level 50 and unlock a quest. This will tell us to collect four different elementals: Elemental Air, Elemental Fire, Elemental Earth, and Elemental Water.
It is a Shaman's specific quest. In the end, it will reward you with a lot of experience and a blue item.
When we get new races in TBC, people will also have to level up in classic content, and one way to level up faster is to buy rare and epic items. I usually get my epic items for anywhere between 10 to 20 gold, and I only invest on items for Shamans on the alliance and Paladins on the horde.
8. To invest in Large Brilliant Shard
It is another enchanting material that I invest in. It is often very cheap, and I've paid an average of two and a half gold each. The reason why I invest in it is that Enchant will be useful in the early burning crusade.
Most of the classic in-game engines will require Large Brilliant Shards and the Nexus Crystal. The Crusader Enchant will also still be decent but pay attention to the Enchant because it has a reduced effect when you are on level 61 or higher.
Righteous Orb is also needed for some of the in-game enchants, which could cause the price to increase.
Gas Cloud will be introduced in TBC, and this cloud contains modes, and you can turn 10 modes into one primal.
Primals will be needed for different professions, but they are important now since Mote Extractor is for engineers only. In order to craft the Mote Extractor, you'll actually need a classic item.
The classic item is called Delicate Arcanite Converter. It is crafted by an engineer, and you will need 1 Arcanite Bar and 1 Ironweb Spider Silk. In order to craft the Delicate Arcanite Converter, you will need a Schematic.