World of Warcraft Leatherworking Table,leatherworking wow recipes,drums of panic wowLeather Working Guide Leatherworking 1 to 300 Guide
Leatherworking is a crafting profession that goes hand-in-hand with the gathering profession of Skinning. As a leatherworker, you will create leather and mail armor out of the skins and hide of wild beasts. You can also create armor kits, which are single-use items that give a permanent armor or statistic boost to any type of hand, leg, chest, and foot armor. At high levels, leatherworkers can create epic quality armor, some of which can only be created by a leatherworker of a particular specialization. Leatherworkers can also create miscellaneous items, such as the highly sought after Riding Crop.
The main staple for leatherworkers is obviously leather as well as hides. These are found by skinning animals. You will likely not get enough leather and hides on your own so you are encouraged to buy leather and hides as well as have your friends collect them for you. Recipes also require various other ingredients such as dyes and thread purchased from a Profession merchant. You might also need rare gems which are found from monster drops, treasure chests, mining, fishing, and Rogue pick pocketing.
You can combine lesser leather to convert it to higher leather. Check out the table below for a list of conversions.
3 Ruined Leather Scraps 1 Light Leather
4 Light Leather 1 Medium Leather
5 Medium Leather 1 Heavy Leather
6 Heavy Leather 1 Thick Leather
6 Thick Leather 1 Rugged Leather
5 Knothide Leather 1 Heavy Knothide Leather
Recipes can be found at trainers, as limited items on special vendors, as rewards for reputations, monster drops, quest rewards, powerful boss drops, and in the auction house. Ask around if you can't find a particular recipe.
Master Leatherworking (skill level 300-375)
To become a master of Leatherworking you'll need to head to Outland. Horde players can go to Barim Splithoof (Thrallmar, Hellfire Peninsula) or Darmari (Shattrath City). Alliance players can visit Brumman (Honor Hold, Hellfire Peninsula) or Darmari (Shattrath City).
As a master leatherworker, you'll be able to learn the many new recipes found from trainers, reputation rewards, and from random drops in Outland.
To learn more you're encouraged to visit the profession guides linked at the top of this page.
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Leatherworkers can create a Riding Crop which increases land and flying mount speed by 10%. It's a must-have!
Leatherworkers can create Drums. When right-clicked from your inventory, the drum can apply a short duration buff to nearby party members. Drums have a 2 minute cooldown and 30 charges.
Drums of Panic causes 5 enemies to flee in terror.
Drums of Battle increase attack speed and casting speed rating of nearby party members.
Drums of Restoration restores health and mana to nearby party members.
Drums of Speed increase speed of nearby party members.
Drums of War increase attack power and spell damage on nearby party members.
Drums of Speed and Drums of Restoration can be obtained from the Mag'har and Kurenai faction vendors with revered standing.
Leather patches' effects do not stack. They will overwrite each other when applied. You can only have one patch on an item at a time.
Enchants/Imbues and armor patches do not stack. They will overwrite each other.
At high levels, players have the ability to specialize as a Dragonscale Leatherworker, Elemental Leatherworker, or Tribal Leatherworker. These specialists can create very powerful and valuable items.
At 350 skill Leatherworking you can create several different "Stylin'" hats.
There is a recipe at leatherworking trainers that allows Thick Leather to be turned into Rugged Leather.
Leatherworkers can make throwing balls (as a toy).
There is Silithid armor that can be made by leatherworkers. The recipes require Cenarion Circle faction to learn.
A recipe is available from Grand Master leatherworking trainers to create glove reinforcements, providing a substantial armor bonus. Reinforcements are a permanent enchantment and cannot be placed with other permanent enchantments.
Recipes are available from Grand Master leatherworking trainers to make 20 slot quivers and ammo pouches.
Recipes are available from the Honor Hold, Thrallmar, and Lower City quartermasters to create 24 slot quivers and ammo pouches.
A recipe is available from Grand Master leatherworking trainers to make a 20 slot bag to hold leatherworking supplies.
The ogres in the barrier hills are rumored to have a pattern for a 24 slot bag to hold leatherworking supplies.