Quick Answer: Where can I buy tailoring TBC?

Is Tailoring any good in TBC?

Tailoring. Tailoring will be the profession of choice for cloth-wearing classes like Warlock, which is the strongest DPS class in TBC. The profession provides numerous powerful pre-raid pieces of gear and also gives Warlocks their best-in-slot two-piece Spellstrike set.

Where is the Tailoring trainer in TBC Classic?

In Patch 2.3, Tailoring profession trainers were changed to train up to Artisan level (skill level 300), and any redundant trainers in capitals were changed into simple apprentices without practical function.

Tailoring trainers.

Trainable rank Grand Master
Trainer Benjamin Clegg
Location Valgarde
Howling Fjord
Coordinates [58.6,62.8]

What professions go with TBC?

Players must also choose between two Primary Professions – Alchemy, Blacksmithing, Enchanting, Engineering, Herbalism, Jewelcrafting, Leatherworking, Mining, Skinning, and Tailoring. The other professions are classified as Secondary Professions (Cooking, Fishing, First Aid) and all can be learned.

Which profession makes the most money TBC?

S: Very profitable for most of TBC, even without rare/high-value recipes. Important for most/all classes. A: Reliably profitable without many rare/high-value recipes.

Professions.

Ranking Profession
A Mining Herbalism
B Skinning Leatherworking Blacksmithing Engineering

Do I need mooncloth in TBC?

Comment by Thottbot

Just about nothing. With the BC mats for 70’s, the mooncloth is obsolete. Note that the “primal mooncloth” used in advance tailoring is not related to this, and nothing in BC requires these.

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What level should I learn to tailor 375?

Once you reach skill level 350, you’ll be able to choose between specializing in Mooncloth Tailoring, Shadoweave Tailoring, and Spellfire Tailoring. Keep reading past the leveling section to find out the benefits of each and how to learn them.

What level do you get Spellcloth TBC?

So to make Shadowcloth, you have to fly to the back end of Shadowmoon Valley, ride past level 70 air elementals (if you can’t fly yet), transmute at the Altar of Shadows, and go all the way back. To make Spellcloth, you have to go up to Netherstorm, and fight off an angry elemental each time.

Do you need tailoring to wear Spellstrike?

Spellstrike: Cost: Around 500g for the spellcloth, another 500g for the Might, from 75-125g for the Nether (unless you craft it yourself). “350 Tailoring”: it dosn’t say so on the item, but under the Set name, this means you need 350 Tailoring to activate the Set bonus, but EVERYONE can use the item.