Prö’s Leather Working Guide 1-375


This WoW Leatherworking guide will show you the fastest and cheapest wayhow to get your Leatherworking skill up from 1 to 375.

Leatherworking is the best combined with Skinning, but its not required tohave skinning aswell.

This WoW Leatherworking guide will show you the fastest and cheapest wayhow to get your Leatherworking skill up from 1 to 375.

Leatherworking is the best combined with Skinning, but its not required tohave skinning aswell. You can buy the materials from AH too, but then make sureyou will have enough gold.

Approximate Materials Required for 1-375:
– 57 Ruined Leather Scraps
– 75 Coarse Thread
– 40 Light Hide
– 40 Salt
– 230 Light Leather
– 370 Medium Leather
– 95 Fine Thread
– 25 Gray Dye
– 30 Heavy Hide
– 305 Heavy Leather
– 20 Bolts Of Silk Cloth
– 450 Thick Leather
– 140 Silken Thread
– 5 Cured Thick Hide = 5 Thick Hide, 5 Deeprock Salt
– 5 Elixir of Agility
– 280 Rugged Leather
– 40 Black Dye
– 25 Rune Thread
– 100 Knothide Leather Scarps
– 418 Knothide Leather
– 220 Heavy Knothide Leather = 1100 Knothide Leather
– 40 Thick Clefthoof Leather
– 40 Fel Hide

Leatherworking Apprentice
19 x [Light Leather] – 57 Ruined Leather Scraps

20-30 or 1-30
10 x[Light Armour Kit] – 10 Light Leather

You can make these from 1-30 too, if you don’t have Ruined Leather Scraps.

5 x [Handstitched Leather Cloak] – 10 Light Leather, 5 Coarse Thread

40 x [Cured Light Hide] – 40 Light Hide, 40 Salt

You will need these later.

Leatherworking Journeyman – Requires Leatherworking (50)

20 x [Embossed Leather Gloves] – 60 Light Leather, 40 Coarse Thread

25 x [Fine Leather Belt] – 150 Light Leather, 50 Coarse Thread

25 x [Dark Leather Cloak] – 200 Medium Leather, 25 Fine Thread, 25 Gray Dye

Leatherworking Expert – Requires Leatherworking (125)

10 x [Toughened Leather Armor] – 100 Medium Leather, 20 Cured Light Hides, 20Fine Thdread

5 x[Hillman’s Leather Gloves] – 70 Medium Leather, 20 Fine Thread

30 x [Cured Heavy Hide] – 30 Heavy Hide

You will need these later

5 x[Heavy Armour Kit] – 25 Heavy Leather

If you are lucky, you will reach 170 while you are making the Cured HeavyHides and you can skipp this part.

10 x [Guardian Pants] – 120 Heavy Leather, 20 Bolts of Silk Cloth

10 x [Barbaric Shoulders] – 80 Heavy Leather, 10 Cured Heavy Hide

20 x [Guardian Gloves] – 80 Heavy Leather, 20 Cured Heavy Hide, 20 SilkenThread

20 x [Nightscape Headband] – 100 Thick Leather, 40 Silken Thread


When you reach 225 skill and level 40, you unlock a set of quests. Thesequests allow you to specialize in various types of armor, which you can make for yourself only. As of patch 2.1.3, you can switch your Leatherworkingspecialization without losing any skill points and without doing the specialization quest. Here blelow there is the 3 way with each specialization.

Elemantal Leatherworking

The items you create as an Elemantal Leatherworker focus on melee basedleather items (agility and attack power).

Dragonscale Leatherworking

This specialisation offers offensive mail items – there are both caster andmelee based sets.

Tribal Leatherworking

The Tribal Leatherworking items are all leather items focused on healing.

Leatherworking Artisan – Requires Leatherworking (200)

5 x [Thick Leather Ammo Pouch] – 70 Thick Leather, 5 Cured Thick Hide, 5Elixir of Agility, 20 Silken Thread

You can make Quickdraw Quiver too, if there is no Elixir of Agility in theAH.

20 x [Nightscape Pants] – 280 Thick Leather, 80 Silken Thread

15 x[Rugged Armor Kit] – 75 Rugged Leather

15 x [Wicked Leather Gauntlets] – 120 Rugged Leather, 15 Black Dye, 15 RuneThread

Recipe location Note! This is unlimited Supply

If there are some Heavy Scorpid Scale in the Auction House and it’s cheaper then the Rugged Leather, you can craft the following item:

15 x[Heavy Scorpid Bracers] – 60 Rugged Leather, 60 Heavy Scorpid Scale, 15 Rune Thread

Recipe location

Leatherworking Master – Requires Leatherworking (275)

10 x [Wicked Leather Bracers] – 80 Rugged Leather, 10 Black Dye, 10 Rune Thread

15 x [Wicked Leather Headband] – 180 Rugged Leather, 15 Black Dye, 15 RuneThread

20 x[Knothide Leather] – 100 Knothide Leather Scraps

25 x[Knothide Armor Kit] – 100 Knothide Leather

20 x[Heavy Knothide Leather] – 100 Knothide Leather

5 x [Thick Draenic Vest] – 70 Knothide Leather, 15 Rune Thread

14 x [Scaled Draenic Boots] – 168 Knothide Leather, 28 Fel Scales, 42 RuneThread

This recipe goes yellow at 345, so you will need to make a few extra ones.I suggest gathering enough materials for 14.

40 x[Heavy Knothide Armor Kit] – 120 Heavy Knothide Leather

This recipe goes yellow at 355, so you will need to make a few extra ones.I suggest gathering enough materials for 40. Belive me you want to make thisuntil its turns grey. Other items to craft after 350 costs a loads of money.From here you will make items which ones are already yellow, so be prepared tobuy extra materials.

10 x[Drums of Battle] – 60 Heavy Knothide Leather, 40 Thick Clefthoof Leather

Honored reputation guide with The Sha’tar

Reputation can be gained from Scryer/Aldor signet/mark turn-ins. The following will only grant Sha’tar reputation until you achieve Honored status:[Firewing Signet], [Sunfury Signet], and [Arcane Tome] for the Scryers; [Markof Kil’jaeden], [Mark of Sargeras], and [Fel Armament] for the Aldor. Inaddition, these will require more turn-ins to produce equable Sha’tarreputation to the main faction. Note that this reputation gain does not showup in the combat log, but can be verified by looking at your reputation panel.These incidental gains stop upon reaching 5999/6000 friendly with the Sha’tar,so after that you have to kill a mob in Tempest Keep instances, or complete aquest for the Sha’tar.

10 x[Drums of Panic] – 60 Heavy Knothide Leather, 40 Fel Hide

Honored reputation guide with Keepers of Time:

First you have to do this quest chan:”To The Master’s Lair”

When you made that two quests, you will get another quest chain, whichstarts with this quest:Old Hillsbrad. You have to complete an Old Hillsbard Foothils on Normallevel and save Thrall, if you are level 70, this wont be a problem, after youcompleted it, you will have to complete a Black Morass too, and thats all.

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    Jan 11, 2009 @ 21:11 pm

    Ah, you’re right, but it’sAh, you’re right, but it’s 100% like to the one from until skill level 350.

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