macro buy runecloth bag pattern

Darkspy here with a macro guide to help you buy that Pattern: Runecloth Bag
These two macros can be used to purchase any limited quantity item.
To adjust the macro for your item, just change the name in the macro from “Pattern: Runecloth Bag” to whatever item you are trying to buy.

The Macro

This macro is broken into two parts, part 1 is a target macro and part two is the search & buy macro. You just need to target the NPC once, the target macro helps if someone is sitting on the NPC.

Target Macro

/target Qia

To adjust this macro to your NPC, just change “Qia”‘s name to the name of your NPC. If your NPC has special characters, you don’t need the whole name so you can leave that bit off.

Buy Macro

/run for i=1,GetMerchantNumItems() do local l=GetMerchantItemLink(i) if l then if l:find("Pattern: Runecloth Bag") then BuyMerchantItem(i, 1)end end end

This macro actually searches the merchant for the correct item and buys it once it’s found. You need to press this macro over and over again until the exact time the item is restocked and then it will be bought instantly. If other people are running the same macro, you could end up having a hard time getting your item but if they have it and you don’t… You probably aren’t getting that item without it…

Another macro option

/run BuyMerchantItem(30,1)

This is another option, this macro buys the 30th item in the shop. This will buy the runecloth bag when it pops up but it also buys the other random recipes. If you lack confidence in the other macros or want to try and see if this one is faster, you could give this a go. Just wanted to let you know about some other options. Good luck out there!

Summary

That’s about it for the macro. I recommend keeping an eye on the coming and going of people at the vendor. If you figure out the hot time where multiple people (or one particular guy) shows up every hour, you will know when to spam your macro furiously vs when to casually hit it. Good luck guys!

Time: I wasn’t able to narrow down the timing. It seems random. I bought a pattern at 9:30 and then 9:45 but then at 10:30 the pattern wasn’t available. So the timing seems to be truly random.

Classic Cooking Guide (1-300)

This Classic Cooking guide will help you get from 1 to 300 cooking as quickly as possible!

If you are Alliance, you can find your section here.

Note: This Expert cooking book teaches level 150 cooking.

Horde

1 to 40
Roasted Boar Meat (1 x Chunk of Boar Meat)
or
Charred Wolf Meat (1 x Stringy Wolf Meat) x 70

40 to 90
Smoked Bear Meat (1 x Bear Meat) x 60
Go to The Sepulcher in Silverpine Forest and buy the Smoked Bear Meat recipe from Andrew Hilbert.
Kill Grizzled Bears around Silverpine Forest for Bear Meat.

90 to 125
Dig Rat Stew (1 x Dig Rat) x 40
Go find Grub in The Barrens. He’s in a Tower by Grosh’gek Farm, just north off the road between Crossroads and Ratchet and pick up the quest for Dig Rat stew.
Kill Dig Rats until you have about 30 more than the quest needs. Complete quest and cook Dig Rat Stew till your level 125.

125 to 175
Hot Lion Chops (1 x Lion Meat, 1 x Hot Spices) x 60
To Train as a Expert cook, go to Shadowprey Village and buy the Expert Cooking Book from Wulan.
Go to The Crossroads and buy Hot Lion Chops recipe from Zargh and about 60 Hot Spices.
Kill Mountain Lions around Hillsbrad Foothills for Lion Meat.

175 to 200
Roast Raptor (1 x Raptor Flesh, 1 x Hot Spices) x 30
Go to Grom’gol and buy Roast Raptor recipe from Nerrist and about 30 Hot Spices.
Kill Raptors around Grom’gol for Raptor Flesh.

200 to 225
Spider Sausage (2 x White Spider Meat) x 30
Go to trainer and train Spider Sausage.
Kill Darkfangs around Dustwallow Marsh for White Spider Meat. *You may want to keep killing Raptors as it can work out quicker. Just depends on your luck.

225
It’s cooking quest time.
Go to Gadgetzan and speak to Dirge Quikcleave to obtain Artisan cooking quest – Clamlette Surprise (he’s in the tavern). Whilst your there, pick up the recipe for Tender Wolf Steaks.
You’ll need 12 Giant Eggs, 10 Zesty Clam Meat and 20 Alterac Swiss. The Alterac Swiss is the easiest to get, just go to the Inn in Thunderbluff and buy them from the Innkeeper. Get the eggs from the Owlbeasts in The Hinterlands (the drop rate is way better than the Rocs in Tanaris). For the clam meat go to Steamwheedle Port in Tanaris and kill the Turtles. They will drop Big Mouth Clams at a good rate, which contain Zesty clam Meat. Keep killing Owlbeasts in The Hinterlands and grab another 70-80 eggs. Also kill the Wolves round here for Tender Wolf Meat.
Go to Bloodvenom Post in Felwood and buy the Monster Omelet recipe from Bale and about 140-160 Soothing Spices.

225 to 275
Monster Omelet (1 x Giant Egg, 2 x Soothing Spices) x 80
or
Tender Wolf Steaks (1 x Tender Wolf Meat, 1 x Soothing Spice) x 80

For some reason, Blizzard decided it was too easy to get from 250 to 285, so therefore they stopped players being able to cook Omelets and Steaks for skill ups beyond 275. So your going to have to go to Dire Maul and kill a boss for Runn Tum Tuber Surprise recipe.

275-285
Runn Tum Tuber Surprise (1 x Runn Tum Tuber, 1 x Soothing Spice) x 10
You will have to go to Dire Maul East and kill the little Imp boss, Pusillin to get the recipe for these. It’s a 100% drop rate (ignore Thottbot) if you haven’t got the recipe, but he will only drop one copy. So if there are more than one of you that needs it, you will have to kill him again for it each time.
At level 70, all classes can do this boss and can avoid nearly all mobs on the chase towards the final confrontation. Just take some health/mana pots with you.

285 to 300
Smoked Desert Dumplings (1 x Sandworm Meat, 1 x Soothing Spice) x 20.
Go to Cenarion Hold in Silithus and speak to Calandrath for the Desert Recipe chain of quests. When you get to the third quest you’ll get the recipe for Smoked Desert Dumplings. Kill Dredge Crushers and Strikers for the Sandworm Meat (low drop rate). You’ll only need about 10 more than the quest needs plus the soothing spices (about 20 in total).

Alliance

1 to 40
Roasted Boar Meat (1 x Chunk of Boar Meat)
or
Charred Wolf Meat (1 x Stringy Wolf Meat) x 70

40 to 75
Smoked Bear Meat (1 x Bear Meat) x 40
Go to Drac Roughcut in Thelsamar, Loch Modan and buy Smoked Bear Meat recipe.
Kill bears around Loch Modan for Bear Meat.

75 to 85
Crab Cake (1 x Crawler Meat) x 10
Kill Crawlers around Darkshore and Westfall for Crawler meat.
You’ll need about 10. Don’t sell any Crawler Claw’s you found, you’ll need them for the next stage.

85 to 100
Cooked Crab Claw (1 x Crab Claw, 1 x Mild Spice) x 20
Go to Stormwind City and buy Crooked Crab Claw recipe from Kendor Kabonka. Get about 20 mild spices.
Go back to Darkshore or Westfall and continue killing Crawlers for the remaining claws you need.

100 to 130
Seasoned Wolf Kabob (2 x Lean Wolf Flank, 1 x Stormwind Seasoning Herbs) x 30
Go to Chef Grual (geddit? grual – gruel?…oh never mind) in Darkshire and get the Seasoned Wolf Kabobs quest. Get the Stormwind Seasoning Herbs from Felcia Gump in Stormwind (Trade District).
Kill Ravagers and Wolves around Duskwood for Lean wolf Flank.
You’ll need about 50-60 (including the ones you need for quest).N.B. you could get the Lean Wolf Steak recipe from Super Seller 680 in Desolace and continue killing until your cooking is up to 150+ and then skip the next step, but it’s a limited supply recipe and can be annoying to get).

130 to 175
Curiously Tasty Omelet (1 x Raptor Egg, 1 x Hot Spice) x 50
To Train as a Expert cook, go to Shandrina by Mystral Lake in Ashenvale and buy the Expert cookbook.
Go to Kendor Kabonka in Stormwind City and buy the Curiously Tasty Omelet recipe.
Kill Raptors in Arathi Highlands for Raptor Eggs. (Keep all the Raptor Meat you get, going to need those next).

175 to 200
Roast Raptor (1 x Raptor Meat, 1 x Hot Spices) x 30
Go see Corporal Bluth at the Rebel Camp in Stranglethorn Vale and buy the Roast Raptor recipe (remembering to pick up about 40 hot spices on the way). Cook all the Raptor Meat you got from Arathi Highland Raptors and then go kill Jungle Stalkers near the Gurabashi Arena until you have enough to take you to level 200 cooking.

200 to 225
Spider Sausage (2 x White Spider Meat) x 30
Kill Darkfangs around Dustwallow Marsh for White Spider Meat. *You may want to keep killing Raptors as it can work out quicker. Just depends on your luck.

225
It’s cooking quest time.
Go to Gadgetzan and speak to Dirge Quikcleave to obtain Artisan cooking quest – Clamlette Surprise (he’s in the tavern). Whilst your here, pick up the Tender Wolf Steaks recipe.
You’ll need 12 Giant Eggs, 10 Zesty Clam Meat and 20 Alterac Swiss. The Alterac Swiss is the easiest to get, just go to the Trade District in Stormwind City and buy it from Ben Trias. Get the eggs from the Owlbeasts in The Hinterlands (the drop rate is way better than the Rocs in Tanaris). For the clam meat go to Steamwheedle Port in Tanaris and kill the Turtles. They will drop Big Mouth Clams at a good rate, which contain Zesty Clam Meat.
Keep killing Owlbeasts in The Hinterlands and grab another 70-80 eggs. Also kill the Wolves round here for Tender Wolf Meat. Go to Talonbranch Glade in Felwood and buy the Monster Omelet recipe from Malygen and about 140-160 Soothing Spices.

225 to 275
Monster Omelet (1 x Giant Egg, 2 x Soothing Spices) x 80
or
Tender Wolf Steaks (1 x Tender Wolf Meat, 1 x Soothing Spice) x 80

For some reason, Blizzard decided it was too easy to get from 250 to 285, so therefore they stopped players being able to cook Omelets and Steaks for skill ups beyond 275. So your going to have to go to Dire Maul and kill a boss for Runn Tum Tuber Surprise recipe.

275-285
Runn Tum Tuber Surprise (1 x Runn Tum Tuber, 1 x Soothing Spice) x 10
You will have to go to Dire Maul East and kill the little Imp boss, Pusillin to get the recipe for these. It’s a 100% drop rate (ignore Thottbot) if you haven’t got the recipe, but he will only drop one copy. So if there are more than one of you that needs it, you will have to kill him again for it each time.
At level 70, all classes can do this boss and can avoid nearly all mobs on the chase towards the final confrontation. Just take some health/mana pots with you.

285 to 300
Smoked Desert Dumplings (1 x Sandworm Meat, 1 x Soothing Spice) x 20.
Go to Cenarion Hold in Silithus and speak to Calandrath for the Desert Recipe chain of quests. When you get to the third quest you’ll get the recipe for Smoked Desert Dumplings. Kill Dredge Crushers and Strikers for the Sandworm Meat (low drop rate). You’ll need about 10 more than the quest needs plus the soothing spices (20 in total).

Classic First Aid Guide (1-300)

This Classic and Vanilla First Aid leveling guide will show you the fastest and easiest way to level your First Aid skill from 1 to 300.

Leveling Up

1-40
Linen Bandage (1 x Linen Cloth) x 50

41-80
Heavy Linen Bandage (2 x Linen Cloth) x 50

81-115
Wool Bandages (1 x Wool Cloth) x 50

116-150
Heavy Wool Bandage (2 x Wool Cloth) x 50

151-180
Silk Bandage (1 x Silk Cloth) x 50

181-210
Heavy Silk Bandage (2 x Silk Cloth) x 50

211-240
Mageweave Bandage (1 x Mageweave Cloth) x 30

241-260
Heavy Mageweave Bandage (2 x Mageweave Cloth) x 30

261-290
Runecloth Bandage (1 x Runecloth) x 50

291-300
Heavy Runecloth Bandage (2 x Runecloth) x 20

Training

Level 50

Train Journeymman First Aid

Level 80

Train Wool Bandages

Level 115

Train Heavy Wool Bandages

level 126

Purchase the following books Expert First Aid, Manual: Heavy Silk Bandage, Manual: Mageweave Bandage. from Denab Walker in Arathi Highlands

Use the Expert First Aid book sold by Denab Walker to raise your skill cap to 225

level 151-180

Train Silk Bandage

level 180

Use the Manual: Heavy Silk Bandage to learn to make Heavy Silk Bandages.

Level 210

Use the Manual: Mageweave Bandage to learn to make Mageweave Bandage.

Level 225

Alliance must complete: Triage – Alliance

Horde must complete: Triage – Horde

Level 240

Speak to Doctor Gregory Victor to learn to make Heavy Mageweave Bandage.

Level 260

Speak to Doctor Gregory Victor to learn to make Runecloth Bandage.

Level 290 to 300

Speak to Doctor Gregory Victor to learn to make Heavy Runecloth Bandage.

Amounts each Bandage Heals

Vanilla Leatherworking guide (1-300)

This Vanilla WoW Leatherworking guide can help you from 1 to 300 Leatherworking. With a little patience, you should be level 300 Leatherworking in no time!
Let’s start off with the materials needed for leveling to 300.

Materials

In addition for the leatherworking quests you need an extra 10 Thick Leather and 7 Wildvine.

Leatherworking 1 – 45

Create 49 x Light Armor Kits49 x Light Leather

Leatherworking 45 – 55

Create 16 x Handstiched Leather Cloaks32 x Light Leather

Leatherworking 55 – 100

Create 47 x Embossed Leather Gloves141 x Light Leather

Leatherworking 100 – 123

Create 29 x Fine Leather Belts174 x Light Leather
– 369 x Light Leather total

Leatherworking 123 – 137

Create 16 x Dark Leather Boots64 x Medium Leather

Leatherworking 137 – 155

Create 24 x Dark Leather Pants288 x Medium Leather

Leatherworking 155 – 165

Create 10 x Hillman’s Leather Gloves140 x Medium Leather

Leatherworking 165 – 180

Create 19 x Heavy Armor Kits95 x Heavy Leather

Leatherworking 180 – 183

Create 7 x Hillman’s Leather Gloves (green)98 x Medium Leather
586 x Medium Leather total

Leatherworking 183 – 191

Create 8 x Barbaric Shoulders64 x Heavy Leather & 8 x Cured Heavy Hide

Leatherworking 191 – 196

Create 5 x Barbaric Harnesses70 x Heavy Leather & 5 x Iron Buckles

Leatherworking 196-206

Create 10 x Dusky Bracers160 x Heavy Leather
389 x Heavy Leather, 8 x Cured Heavy Hide & 5 x Iron Buckles total

Leatherworking 206-220

Create 14 x Thick Armor Kits (6 for Leatherworking quest) – 70 x Thick Leather

Leatherworking 220-225

Create 5 x Nightscape Headbands (2 for Leatherworking quest) – 25 x Thick Leather

Leatherworking 225-227

Create 2 x Turtle Scale Breastplates (Leatherworking quest) – 12 x Thick Leather & 24 x Turtle Scales

Leatherworking 227-229

Create 2 x Turtle Scale Gloves (Leatherworking quest) – 12 x Thick Leather & 16 x Turtle Scales

Leatherworking 229-230

Create 2 x Nightscape Tunics (Leatherworking quest) – 14 x Thick Leather

Leatherworking 230-232

Create 4 x Nightscape Headbands20 x Thick Leather

Leatherworking 232-233

Create 2 x Turtle Scale Bracers (Leatherworking quest) – 16 x Thick Leather & 24 x Turtle Scales

Leatherworking 233-235

Create 2 x Turtle Scale Helms (Leatherworking quest) – 28 x Thick Leather & 48 x Turtle Scales

Leatherworking 235-237

Create 2 x Nightscape Pants (Leatherworking quest) – 28 x Thick Leather

Leatherworking 237-239

Create 2 x Nightscape Boots (Leatherworking quest) – 32 x Thick Leather

Leatherworking 239-240

Create 1 x Wild Leather Vest (Tribal Leatherworking quest) – 12 x Thick Leather, 2 x Wildvine & 1 x Cured Thick Hides

Leatherworking 240-241

Create 1 x Wild Leather Helmet (Tribal Leatherworking quest) – 10 x Thick Leather, 2 x Wildvine & 1 x Cured Thick Hides

Leatherworking 241-250

Create 9 x Nightscape Pants126 x Thick Leather

Leatherworking 250-265

Create 16 x Nightscape Boots256 x Thick Leather
661 x Thick Leather total

Leatherworking 265-285

Create 20 x Wicked Leather Bracers160 x Rugged Leather

Leatherworking 285-300

Create 15 x Wicked Leather Headbands180 x Rugged Leather

Classic Enchanting Guide (1-300)

This Vanilla and Classic WoW Enchanting guide can help you from 1 to 300 Enchanting. With a little patience, you should be level 300 Enchanting in no time!
Let’s start off with the materials needed for leveling to 300.

Materials

Now that we have all of the materials, these are the things you need to craft to reach 300 Alchemy. Some skills turn yellow before hitting the desired level and the numbers may be off by a point or two due to good/bad luck.

Enchanting 0-1

1 x [Runed Copper Rod] = 1 x [Copper Rod] + 1 x [Strange Dust] + 1 x [Lesser Magic Essence]

Enchanting 1-75

76 x [Enchant Bracer – Minor Health] = 76 x [Strange Dust]

Learn [Journeyman Enchanting]

Enchanting 75-85

10 x [Enchant Bracer – Minor Deflection] = 10 x [Lesser Magic Essence] + 10 x [Strange Dust]

Enchanting 85-100

15 x [Enchant Bracer – Minor Stamina] = 45 x [Strange Dust]

Enchanting 100-101

1 x [Runed Silver Rod] = 1 x [Silver Rod] + 6 x [Strange Dust] + 3 x [Greater Magic Essence] + 1 x [Shadowgem]

Enchanting 101-105

4 x [Enchant Bracer – Minor Stamina] = 12 x [Strange Dust]

Enchanting 105-120

18 x [Enchant Bracer – Minor Agility] = 36 x [Strange Dust] + 18 x [Greater Magic Essence]

Enchanting 120-130

10 x [Enchant Shield – Minor Stamina] = 10 x [Lesser Astral Essence] + 20 x [Strange Dust]

Enchanting 130-150

20 x [Enchant Bracer – Lesser Stamina] = 40 x [Soul Dust]

Learn [Expert Enchanting], (Alliance) Kitta Firewind in the tower of Azora, (Horde) Hgarth in Stonetalon Mountains

Enchanting 150-151

1 x [Runed Golden Rod] = 1 x [Golden Rod] + 1 x [Iridescent Pearl] + 2 x [Greater Astral Essence] + 2 x [Soul Dust]

Enchanting 151-160

10 x [Enchant Bracer – Lesser Stamina] = 20 x [Soul Dust]

Enchanting 160-165

5 x [Enchant Shield – Lesser Stamina] = 5 x [Lesser Mystic Essence] + 5 x [Soul Dust]

Enchanting 165-180

15 x [Enchant Bracer – Spirit] = 15 x [Lesser Mystic Essence]

Enchanting 180-200

20 x [Enchant Bracer – Strength] = 20 x [Vision Dust]

Enchanting 200-201

1 x [Runed Truesilver Rod] = 1 x [Truesilver Rod] + 1 x [Black Pearl] + 2 x [Greater Mystic Essence] + 2 x [Vision Dust]

Enchanting 201-205

7 x [Enchant Bracer – Strength] = 7 x [Vision Dust]

Enchanting 205-225

20 x [Enchant Cloak – Greater Defense] = 60 x [Vision Dust]

Learn [Artisan Enchanting] from Annora in Uldaman

Enchanting 225-235

10 x [Enchant Gloves – Agility] = 10 x [Vision Dust] + 10 x [Lesser Nether Essence]

Enchanting 235-245

12 x [Enchant Chest – Superior Health] = 72 x [Vision Dust]

Enchanting 245-265

24 x [Enchant Bracer – Greater Strength] = 48 x [Dream Dust] + 24 x [Greater Nether Essence]

Buy [Formula: Enchant Shield – Greater Stamina], (Alliance) Mythrin’dir in Darnassus, (Horde) Daniel Bartlett in the Undercity.

Enchanting 265-290

29 x [Enchant Shield – Greater Stamina] = 290 x [Dream Dust]

Buy [Formula: Runed Arcanite Rod] from Lorelae Wintersong in Moonglade.
Also Purchase [Enchant Cloak – Superior Defense] from her.

Enchanting 290-291

1 x [Runed Arcanite Rod] = 1 x [Arcanite Rod] + 1 x [Golden Pearl] + 10 x [Illusion Dust] + 4 x [Greater Eternal Essence] + 4 x [Small Brilliant Shard]

+ 2 x [Large Brilliant Shard]

Enchanting 291-300

9 x [Enchant Cloak – Superior Defense] = 72 x [Illusion Dust]

Required Formulas

[Formula: Enchant Shield – Greater Stamina], (Alliance) Mythrin’dir in Darnassus, (Horde) Daniel Bartlett in the Undercity.

[Formula: Runed Arcanite Rod] from Lorelae Wintersong
Also Purchase [Enchant Cloak – Superior Defense] from her.

Recommended Guides

Vanilla Skinning Guide (1-300)

This Vanilla WoW Skinning guide can help you from 1 to 300 Skinning. With a little patience, you should be level 300 Skinning in no time!

Levels

Up to skinning 100, you can find out the highest level mob you can skin by: ((Skinning skill)/10)+10. Example: ( 50 / 10 ) +10 = 15
From skinning level 100 and up the formula is simply: (Skinning skill)/5. Example: (175 / 5 = 35)

Skinning 1-24

Horde

Undead – Hounds around Brill
Orcs and Trolls – Mottled Boars and Scorpids around Sen’Jin Village
Tauren – Prowlers, and Plainstriders around Bloodhoof Village

Alliance

Humans – Boars around Goldshire
Gnomes and Dwarves – Crag Boars and Wendigo’s South of Kharanos
Night Elves – Nightsabers and critters around Dolanaar

Skinning 25-49

Horde

Undead – Worgs and Moonrage Gluttons around Silverpine
Orcs and Trolls – Boars, Scorpids, Crocolisks and Raptors around Orgrimmar
Tauren – Prowlers and Praire Wolves around Thunderbluff

Alliance

Human – Prowlers, and Bears around Eastvale Logging Camp
Gnomes and Dwarves – Wolves around Brenwall Village.
Night Elves – Moonstalkers and Bears around Auberdine

Skinning 50-99

Horde

(at this level most Horde should be heading towards XR)
Plainstriders, Raptors, and Prowlers around XR

Alliance

Humans – Goretusks all around Sentinel Hill.
Gnomes and Dwarves – Bears and Crocolisks around Thelsamar
Night Elves – Moonstalkers and Bears North of Auberdine

Skinning 100-129

Horde

Stormsnouts and Thunderhawks around Camp Taurajo

Alliance

(at this level most Alliance should be heading for The Wetlands)
Crocolisks and Raptors around Bluegill Marsh and Whelgar’s Excavation Site
Alternatives
Whelps and boars around Lakeshire for Alliance.

Skinning 130-149

Alliance and Horde

Bears and Mountain Lions around Hillsbrad Foothills
Alternatives
Ravagers and Wolves in Duskwood if your Alliance.
Bears, Stags, and Ghostpaws in Ashenvale.

Skinning 150-169

Alliance and Horde

Yeti Cave in Hillsbrad Fields and Mountain Lions on the “Daggers” (these are the bits of land between Hillsbrad and Alterac Mountains, one is called Corrans Dagger, so hence the nickname)
Alternatives
Hyenas, Lions, Wyvern, and Thunderhawks in Thousand Needles.
Bears, Stags, and Ghostpaws in Ashenvale.

Skinning 170-179

Alliance and Horde

Raptors in Arathi Highlands.
Alternatives
Turtles and Basilisks in The Shimmering Flats.

Skinning 180-219

Alliance and Horde

Raptors, Panthers, and Tigers around Nessingwarys Camp in Stranglethorn Vale
(you could actually get your skinning level all the way to 300 in and around STV as the mobs range from level 34 to level 50)
Alternatives
Raptors and Crocs in Dustwallow Marsh.
Thunder Lizards, Kodos, Basilisks, Scorpids, and Hyenas in Desolace.
Whelps in Swamp of Sorrows.

Skinning 220-249

Alliance and Horde

Raptors and Gorillas around the Gurabashi Arena
Alternatives
Panthers, Jaguars, and Crocs in Swamp of Sorrows.
Dragonkin, Coyotes, and Ridge Stalkers/Huntresses in Badlands.
Wolves around Feathermoon Stronghold in Feralas if your Alliance.

Skinning 250-274

Alliance and Horde

Snickerfangs and Boars in North Blasted Lands
Alternatives
Silvermanes and Gryphons in The Hinterlands.
Stags and Hippogryphs in Azshara.
Hippogryphs, Apes, Bears, Wolves, Screechers, and Yetis in Feralas.

Skinning 275-300

Alliance and Horde

Jaguars and Gorillas on Jaguero Island (Large Island to the East of Booty Bay where Princess Poobah is being held). Skin till 300.
Alternatives
Yetis, Chimeras, and Bears in Winterspring.
Bears in Western Plaguelands.
Plaguehounds and Plaguebats in Eastern Plaguelands.
Turtles by Raventusk Village in The Hinterlands.
Turtles and Chimeras in Azshara.
Dragonkin, Worgs, and Scorpids in Burning Steppes.

Mob Levels for each type of leather

Ruined Leather Scraps: 1-16
Light Leather: 1-27
Light Hide: 10-27
Medium Leather: 15-36
Medium Hide: 15-36
Heavy Leather: 25-46
Heavy Hide: 25-46
Thick Leather: 35-63
Thick Hide: 40-59
Rugged Leather: 43-63
Rugged Hide: 47-63

Classic WoW Herbalism Guide

This Vanilla WoW Herbalism guide can help you from 1 to 300 Herbalism! With a little patience, you should be level 300 Herbalism in no time!

Herbalism 1 – 50

Silverleaf & Peacebloom

  • Mulgore. Do circuits round the base of Thunderbluff picking Silverleaf and Peacebloom.
  • Do circuits around Dolanaar heading southeast around the lake and back up to Dolanaar, if your Alliance or complete circuits of Elwynn Forest.
  • For Undead, try starting at Solliden Farmstead in Tirisfal Glades, run north to the mills, loop round and back south past Stillwater Pond and onto Cold Hearth Manor and Nightmare Vale. Then back up to Solliden Farmstead again. (Thanks to Olmolmtyr for info)
  • You can find Peacebloom and Silverleaf in abundance around your main starting area (not in it, around it). So the first 50 levels should be really easy.

Herbalism 51 – 70

Mageroyal and Earthroot

  • Go west from Crossroads then head north before the entrance to Stonetalon Mountains and follow around to where the harpies are, then head east back to the Gold road and then south to Crossroads again, picking Mage Royal, Earthroot, Peacebloom and Silverleaf as you go.
  • For Alliance start in the north of Westfall and follow the coast south to Deadmines and then head straight to Sentinel Hill and back up to the north again, picking Mageroyal.
  • You can also run circuits of Gol’Bolar Quarry in Dun Morogh, collecting Earthroot as you go. (Thanks to Flareon for that info)

Herbalism 71 – 100

Briarthorn

  • The same route as above (for Horde), but extend it east to Sludge Fen, picking Briarthorn now.
    You could actually extend your runs to encompass the whole of The Barrens, as this area is absolutely chock full of Briarthorn and other herbs. It’s possibly the best area to get your herbalism trained up.
  • The southern part of Silverpine Forest, from Pyrewood Village to the Entrance to Hillsbrad Foothills and back again.
  • Same route as above (for Alliance) or do circuits of Twilight Grove in Duskwood.
  • Also for Alliance, just wander north to south in Darkshore for loads of Briarthorn.
  • The eastern side of Loch Modan is also a great place for Briarthorn.
  • You could also do circuits of Lakeshire in Redridge Mountains.

Herbalism 101 – 115

Bruiseweed

  • Start at the Ramparts in Ashenvale and head north-east to Splintertree Post (don’t follow the road, try to go as straight as you can, you’ll find more herbs that way), then head west from Splintertree Post towards the first bridge. Head south from here past the Moonwell and then back west to the ramparts when you reach the edge of the map. Pick Bruiseweed as you go.
  • Stonetalon Mountains. Go to Camp Aparaje, head west to the Grimtotem Post, then south to Malaka’jin, then east to the Greatwood Vale. There is a nice run of Bruiseweed there.
  • The Field of Giants in Southern Barrens or between the two Razorfens.
  • You can also circle to the north of Mystral Lake for Bruiseweed or to the West of Astranaar in Ashenvale.
  • Windshear Crag in Stonetalon Mountains.
  • The eastern coast of Loch Modan.
  • Circuits of Stonewatch keep in Redridge Mountains.

Herbalism 116 – 125

Wild Steelbloom

  • Go to Stonetalon Peak and do circuits of the small area around the Alliance Town and the Talon Den collecting Wild Steelbloom.
  • For higher levels do full circuits of Arathi Highlands, sticking to the mountainsides (as this is where you’ll find Wild Steelbloom)
  • Nek’mani Wellspring in Stranglethorn Vale.
  • The Zuuldaia Ruins, north of Grom’gol in Stranglethorn Vale.
  • Go from Black Channel Marsh in the Wetlands to the Angerfang Encampment, taking in Whelgar’s Excavation Site as you go.
  • Go from The Field of Giants in southern Barrens to the two Razorfens and back up again.
  • Between The Great Lift and Highperch in Thousand Needles.

*from now on you’re going to be doing circuits of the full map, so you’ll have to learn your own paths.

Herbalism 126 – 160

Kingsblood

  • Full circuits of Ashenvale to collect Kingsblood.
  • Circuits of The Charred Vale in Stonetalon Mountains.
  • Full circuits of The Wetlands.
  • Full circuits of Hillsbrad Foothills.
  • The Misty Reed Stand in Swamp of Sorrows.

Herbalism 161 – 185

Fadeleaf

  • Full circuits of Swamp of Sorrows to collect Fadeleaf (sell these to Rogues for a good profit).

Herbalism 186 – 205

Khadgar’s Whisker

  • Full circuits of The Hinterlands to collect Khadgar’s Whisker.
  • The Witherbark Village and Ogre Compound in Arthai Highlands.
  • You can also stay in Swamp of Sorrows, as there is a decent amount of Khadgar’s Whiskers there.

Herbalism 206 – 230

Firebloom

  • Full circuits of Searing Gorge to collect Firebloom.
  • Full circuits of Blasted Lands.
  • Tanaris also has a lot, but doing full circuits takes time. You can divide Tanaris into four and do circuits that way.

Herbalism 231 – 250

Sungrass

  • Full circuits of Felwood to collect Sungrass. This is actually more of a zig-zag pattern, rather than a circuit (also try to do the Cleansing Felwood quest and pick up Windblossom Berries, Nightdragons, Whipper Roots and the odd Songflower Serenade buff when needed).
  • Feralas is also a great place to get Sungrass. You can make two circuits here. One that starts in the very northwest at The Ruins of Ravenwind and runs south to The High Wilderness and one around The Lower Wilds, Lariss Pavillion, Grimtotem Compound, and Woodpaw Hills, all near Camp Mojache.
  • You can do circuits around The Forlorn Ridge in Azshara.
  • You can try the main path through The Hinterlands too. As you follow it one way, stay about 50 meters from the path and then do the same the other way.

Herbalism 251 – 270

Gromsblood

  • Full circuits of Felwood to collect Gromsblood. See the above notes.
  • Do circuits of Mannoroc Coven in Desolace for Gromsblood too.
  • Full circuits of Blasted Lands.
  • Demon Fall Canyon in Ashenvale, not many people bother with this area, so although it’s small, it can be good for farming Gromsblood.

Herbalism 271 – 285/290

Dreamfoil

  • Full circuits of Un’goro Crater to collect Dreamfoil.
  • Two good routes in Azshara are:
  • From The Forlorn Ridge, head southeast to the Ravencrest Monument and back again.
  • From the north of the Ruins of Eldareth, head northeast to the Jagged Reaches and back again.

Herbalism 285/290 – 300

Plagueblooms or Icecaps

  • Starting at the level 285 you can get Plagueblooms from doing circuits of Eastern and Western Plaguelands, as well as Felwood.
  • Alternatively, collect Icecaps from Winterspring, as they will sell for more.

Vanilla Alchemy Guide (1-300)

This Vanilla WoW alchemy guide can help you from 1 to 300 Alchemy. With a little patience, you should be level 300 Alchemy in no time!
Let’s start off with the materials needed for leveling to 300.

Materials

Now that we have all of the materials, these are the things you need to craft to reach 300 Alchemy. Some skills turn yellow before hitting the desired level and the numbers may be off by a point or two due to good/bad luck.

Alchemy 1-60

66 x [Minor Healing Potion] = 66 x [Peacebloom] + 66 x [Silverleaf]
Learn [Journeyman Alchemist]

Alchemy 60-110

66 x [Lesser Healing Potion] = 66 x [Minor Healing Potion] + 66 x [Briarthorn]

Learn [Expert Alchemist], (Alliance) Ainethil in Darnassus, (Horde) Doctor Herbert Halsey in the Undercity

Alchemy 110-140

32 x [Healing Potion] = 32 x [Bruiseweed] + 32 x [Briarthorn]

Alchemy 140-155

23 x [Lesser Mana Potion] = 23 x [Mageroyal] + 23 x [Stranglekelp]

Alchemy 155-185

32 x [Greater Healing Potion] = 32 x [Liferoot] + 32 x [Kingsblood]

Alchemy 185-210

28 x [Elixir of Agility] = 28 x [Stranglekelp] + 28 x [Goldthorn]

Learn [Artisan Alchemist], (Alliance)Kylanna Windwhisper in Feathermoon Stronghold, Feralas, (Horde)Rogvar in Stonard, Swamp of Sorrows

Alchemy 210-215

5 x [Elixir of Greater Defense] = 5 x [Wild Steelbloom] + 5 x [Goldthorn]

Alchemy 215-230

15 x [Superior Healing Potion] = 15 x [Sungrass] + 15 x [Khadgar’s Whisker]

Alchemy 230-250

21 x [Elixir of Detect Undead] = 21 x [Arthas’ Tears]

Alchemy 250-265

19 x [Elixir of Greater Agility] = 19 x [Sungrass] + 19 [Goldthorn]

Alchemy 265-285

21 x [Superior Mana Potion] = 42 x [Sungrass] + 42 [Blindweed]

Buy the [Superior Mana Potion] recipe, (Alliance)sold by Ulthir in Darnassus – Craftsmen’s Terrace, (Horde) sold by Algernon in Undercity.

Alchemy 285-300

17 x [Major Healing Potion] = 34 x [Golden Sansam] + 17 x [Mountain Silversage]

Buy the [Major Healing Potion] recipe, sold by Evie Whirlbrew in Everlook.

Trainers

Don’t forget to train your Alchemy before hitting the various level caps or you will waste herbs.

[Expert Alchemist]
(Alliance) Ainethil in Darnassus
(Horde) Doctor Herbert Halsey in the Undercity

[Artisan Alchemist]
(Alliance)Kylanna Windwhisper in Feathermoon Stronghold, Feralas
(Horde)Rogvar in Stonard, Swamp of Sorrows

Required Recipes

There are only a couple of recipes that you have to buy to follow the guide, they are listed below.

Superior Mana Potion
(Alliance)sold by Ulthir in Darnassus – Craftsmen’s Terrace
(Horde) sold by Algernon in Undercity.

[Major Healing Potion] sold by Evie Whirlbrew in Everlook.

Recommended Guides

Vanilla Engineering Guide (1-300)

This Vanilla WoW Engineering guide can help you from 1 to 300 Engineering. With a little patience, you should be level 300 Engineering in no time!
Let’s start off with the materials needed for leveling to 300.

Materials

Now that we have all of the materials, these are the things you need to craft to reach 300 Engineering. Some skills turn yellow before hitting the desired level and the numbers may be off by a point or two due to good/bad luck.

Engineering 1-41

Create Rough Blasting Powder x 60

Engineering 41-55

Create Handful of Copper Bolts x 70 (you will need 70)
Create an Arclight Spanner x 1

Engineering 55-75

Create Rough Copper Bomb x 20

Engineering 75-91

Create Copper Tube x 10

Engineering 91-111

Create Copper Modulator x 15

Engineering 111-121

Create Practise Lock x 10

Engineering 121-135

Create Bronze Tube x 10

Engineering 135-151

Create Whirring Bronze Gizmo x 10

Engineering 151-171

Create Bronze Framework x 20
Create Heavy Blasting Powder x 75

Engineering 171-185

Create Explosive Sheep x 10
Create Silver Contact x 20

Engineering 185-195

Create Iron Grenades x 10

Engineering 195-211

Create Big Iron Bomb x 15 (Keep for Goblin Engineering)
Create Gyromatic Micro-Adjustor x 1
Create Solid Blasting Powder x 40

Engineering 211-235

Create Hi-Impact Mithril Slugs x 10

Engineering 235-241

Create Unstable Trigger x 10

Engineering 241-255

Create Mithril Casing x 20

Engineering 255-261

Create Dense Blasting Powder x 20

Engineering 261-271

Create Hi-Explosive Bomb x 10

Engineering 271-289

Create Thorium Widget x 10

Engineering 289-300

Create Thorium Shells x 10

Trainers:

  • Apprentice 1 – 75: Any Major City
  • Journeyman 50 – 150: Any Major City
  • Expert 125 – 225: (Alliance) = Springspindle Fizzlegear in Ironforge
                            (Horde) = Roxxik (Orgrimmar)
  • Artisan 225 – 300: Buzzek Bracketswing (Tanaris)

Vanilla Tailoring Guide (1-300)

This Vanilla Tailoring guide for World of Warcraft can help you from 1 to 300 Tailoring. With a little patience, you should be level 300 Tailoring in no time!
Let’s start off with the materials needed for leveling to 300.

Materials

*and of course money to buy the coarse thread, rune thread, dye, etc. But that’s less than 50 gold from start to finish of this Vanilla Tailoring Guide.

Tailoring 1 – 50

Tailoring 51 – 59

Tailoring 60 – 65

Tailoring 65 – 75

Tailoring 75 – 105

Tailoring 105 – 110

Tailoring 110 – 125

Tailoring 125 – 145

Tailoring 145 – 160

Tailoring 160 – 170

Tailoring 170 – 175

Tailoring 175 – 185

Tailoring 185 – 205

Tailoring 205 – 215

Tailoring 215 – 220

Tailoring 220 – 230

Tailoring 230 – 250

Tailoring 250 – 260

Tailoring 260 – 275

Tailoring 275 – 280

Tailoring 280 – 300

The Process

Now, how do you get the cloth to complete this Vanilla Tailoring Guide?


simple: First off, because you will need a ton of Runecloth, you should have a ‘WTB all your Runecloth‘ in trade and world channel up. That way, you spend less time in the end.

If you don’t feel like buying all the Runecloth, then you can farm it easily of any humanoid mob above level 50. WPL and EPL are nice places, but also Silithus at the Twilight camps, so you can raise your Cenarion Hold Reputation at the same time.

Meanwhile, I’d suggest you go Scarlet Monastery with a friend (I was a mage, and I had a hunter friend, sometimes another mage, and sometimes a priest) — that will do just fine, regardless of gear. I suggest Library and Armory for the most Silk Cloth / Mageweave. – That way you can also get your little Tabard of the Scarlet Crusade, which I think is awesome. — It’s a small bonus to the grind 🙁

If you haven’t got any friends to farm with then you can go to Tanaris, at the Oasis Water guys, just east of Gadgetzan. They drop Silk Cloth, Mageweave Cloth, some greens, and some food/water. They have a low respawn timer as well.

Wool Cloth and Silk Cloth are easily farmed in Hillsbrad Foothills at the Humanoids near the castle and the farms. Respawn timers are not that bad, and there are lots of them. – remember to bring free bag space of course, since there is a 5min walk to the nearest town.

And as for the Rugged Leather, I suggest you simply buy it off Auction House (unless you are a skinner as well, or got some spare in the bank from some other stuff you should’ve used them for).

They aren’t the most expensive leather out there, since its the ‘final leather’ and all skinners at level 60 skins it easily.

Now, Linen Cloth is easily farmed as Horde in Ragefire Chasm (inside Orgrimmar), and Deadmines as Alliance (where you can also gain Wool Cloth). — Both easily solo-able, with moderate pulls.

*You can also go from 230-250 by making Black Mageweave Boots (3 x Bolt of Mageweave, 2x Heavy Silken Thread, 2 x Thick Leather) x 20. This will cost you the extra Thick Leather, but will also be more likely to sell at the Auction House (due to the Engineering use; Gnomish Rocket Boots and Goblin Rocket Boots, which is in higher demand from Player vs. Player-action.

*You can also go from 275-300 by making Brightcloth Cloak (4 x Bolt of Runecloth, 2x Gold Bar, 1x rune thread) x35. Depending on auction houses’ prices, Gold Bar can be cheaper than Rugged Leather.

The pattern, however, is a drop. High chance of getting it if you’re farming mobs on a regular basis. It also drops very well from chests in Aszhara. **THIS WILL REQUIRE 100x (5 stacks of Bolt of Runecloth) more.

*You can also get from 285-300 by doing the following:

This process (285-300) will require 14x Bolt of Runecloth, as well as 30x Ironweb Spider Silk and 15x rune thread.

I was unlucky with the last few levels, so I had to make some mooncloth instead. still got to 300 with no large issues.

You can also see where to learn the different tailoring skills (as horde though) in the video.

Except to gather all the materials needed within a few weeks, depending on how much you farm each day, etc. Of course, it will take less time if you don’t farm, and just buy things straight off the auction house.

Alliance Trainers

  • Apprentice Trainers (1 – 75)
  • Any tailoring trainer in any larger city
  • Journeyman Trainers (75 – 150)
  • Grarnik Goodstitch – Stranglethorn Vale
  • Jormund Stonebrow – Ironforge
  • Sellandus – Stormwind
  • Expert Trainers (150 – 225)
  • Georgio Bolero – Stormwind
  • Artisan Trainers (225 – 300)
  • Timothy Worthington – Dustwallow Marsh

Horde Trainers

  • Apprentice Trainers (1 – 75)
  • Any tailoring trainer in any larger city
  • Journeyman Trainers (75 – 150)
  • Tepa – Thunder Bluff
  • Mahani – The Barrens
  • Magar – Orgrimmar
  • Grarnik Goodstitch – Stranglethorn Vale (?)
  • Expert Trainers (150 – 225)
  • Josef Gregorian – Undercity
  • Artisan Trainers (225 – 300)
  • Daryl Stack – Hillsbrad Foothills

After reaching 200 you can talk to the following guys to raise your cap to max.

  • Alliance: Timothy Worthington: Dustwallow Marsh, Theramore Isle (66,51)
  • Horde: Daryl Stack: Hillsbrad Foothills, Tarren Mill (63,20).