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This Classic WoW Leatherworking Leveling Guide will show you the fastest and cheapest way how to level your Leatherworking skill up from 1 to

Leatherworking is the best combined with Skinning, and I highly recommend to level these professions together. It will be a lot easier to get the needed leathers if you have Skinning. You can also just buy the materials at the Auction House, but then you will need a lot of gold.

I recommend using Zygor's Leveling Guide if you are still leveling your character or you just started a new alt. The guide is in a small window on your main screen in-game, all the detail that you need to complete the quests are included. You’ll never have to switch back to a website, or even the in-game main map to see where you have to go or what’s next.

Leatherworking guide sections:

Approximate Materials Required:

NOTE: You can buy the threads, dyes, and salt from Leatherworking Supply vendors near your trainer.

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Classic Leatherworking Trainer Location

To become an Apprentice Leatherworker you need to reach level 5 and find a Leatherworking trainer.

Just click on any of these links below to see the trainer's exact location. You can also walk up to a guard in any city and ask where the Leatherworking trainer is, then it will be marked with a red flag on your map

Horde trainers:

Alliance trainers:

Apprentice Leatherworking

1 - 55

  • 19 x Light Leather - 57 Ruined Leather Scraps

    Make the next recipe if you don't have Ruined Leather Scraps.

Journeyman Leatherworking

You can only train Leatherworking past 75 if you learn Journeyman Leatherworking. Not every Leatherworking trainer will teach you this skill, you have to find an Expert Leatherworker. (Requires level 10)

You can learn Journeyman Leatherworking from these NPCs below:

Horde trainers:

Alliance trainers:

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Expert Leatherworking

To become an Expert Leatherworker you need to reach level 20 and level up Leatherworking to , then find an Expert Leatherworking trainer.

You can learn Expert Leatherworking from Telonis in Darnassus (Alliance) and Una in Thunder Bluff (Horde).


  • 20 x Cured Heavy Hide - 20 Heavy Hide, 60 Salt

    You will need the Cured Heavy Hides later.

    Below you can find an alternative way if you don't have any Heavy Hides at all, which is usually the case since Heavy Hide has a pretty low drop rate. But if for example, you can get 5 Heavy Hides, you should stop making Barbaric Leggings at and start making Guardian Gloves.

    Pattern: Barbaric Leggings is sold by these NPCs.

  • 10 x Guardian Gloves - 40 Heavy Leather, 10 Cured Heavy Hide, 10 Silken Thread

Artisan Leatherworking

To become an Artisan Leatherworker you need to reach level 35 and level up Leatherworking to , then find an Artisan Leatherworking trainer.

Alliance players can learn it from Drakk Stonehand. He is in the main Wildhammer Keep in Aerie Peak of the Hinterlands, North of South Shore. He's sort of to the left inside, and down one layer of stairs.

For Horde players, the Artisan Leatherworking Trainer is Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas at Camp Mojache.


  • 40 x Nightscape Headband - Thick Leather, 80 Silken Thread

    You need a bit more Silken Thread to make these compared to the Thick Armor kits, but you can sell the Headbands to the vendor for a lot more, so they are actually cheaper than making the armor kits.


33 x Wicked Leather Gauntlets - Rugged Leather, 33 Black Dye, 33 Rune Thread

The Pattern: Wicked Leather Gauntlets is sold by Leonard Porter in Western Plaguelands, and by Werg Thickblade in Tirisfal Glades. It's a limited supply pattern, so you have to wait if someone bought it before you. It has a really long respawn timer, so you should try to buy it from the Auction House, or farm the alternative recipe below.

Alternative recipe:

The recipe below requires Leatherworking to learn, so you will also need Thick Leather to make another Nightscape Boots.

28 x Wicked Leather Bracers - Rugged Leather, 28 Black Dye, 28 Rune Thread

Pattern: Wicked Leather Bracers is dropped by Legashi Rogue in Azshara. It has a 5% drop rate, so you should also try to buy it from the Auction House if you don't want to grind mobs.


10 x Runic Leather Headband - Rugged Leather, Runecloth, 10 Rune Thread

The Pattern: Runic Leather Headband is sold by Jase Farlane in Eastern Plaguelands. It's a limited supply pattern, so you have to wait if someone bought it before you. This one also has a really long respawn timer.

Alternative recipes:

  • 10 x Wicked Leather Headband - Rugged Leather, 10 Black Dye, 10 Rune Thread
  • 10 x Runic Leather Belt - Rugged Leather, Runecloth, 10 Rune Thread
  • 12 x Runic Leather Bracers - 72 Rugged Leather, 12 Black Pearl, 72 Runecloth, 12 Rune Thread
  • 14 x Runic Leather Gauntlets - Rugged Leather, 84 Runecloth, 14 Rune Thread

The Pattern: Wicked Leather Headband is dropped by Jadefire Tricksters in Felwood. It has a 2% drop rate, which is fairly low, so you should also try to buy it from the Auction House. If the recipe is cheaper than Runecloth, then it's worth buying it.

The other three: Pattern: Runic Leather Belt, Pattern: Runic Leather Bracers, and Pattern: Runic Leather Gauntlets are all world drops, so you can't farm them directly (you shouldn't even try). But you can try to buy it from the Auction House.

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WOW classic Leatherworking guide: leveling, trainer

WoW classic Leatherworking guide

Greetings, Heroes of Azeroth! This is one more guide on yet another profession that is supposed to help you achieve the top levels of skills in all of your chosen professions. With this guide we are going to take you through our idea of leveling leatherworking in an efficient and optimal way.

Similarly, to essentially all other professions, they can be learned by just about anyone, regardless of class. However, there are certain classes that can benefit more from picking it up. Leatherworking, as a profession devoted to crafting mail and leather armor, it is best utilized by those who can then utilize those very items.

Hence, the preferred classes to choose leatherworking for are druids, rogues, shamans, and hunters. Since those classes can benefit greatly from the crafted gear, as well as the fact for the hunters, who need quivers, those can be made for cheap while they are leveling up.

Moreover, this profession is best paired with Skinning, due to the fact that otherwise you’d need to spend a significant amount of money to purchase reagents and materials from the from the Auction House, while this way you can gather them yourself as you play the game.

It is also important to note, that in Classic, Leatherworking, at a point, divides into three specialties, from which you have to choose one depending on your needs. These are:

  • Tribal Leatherworking
  • Elemental Leatherworking
  • Dragonscale Leatherworking

The first one specializes in crafting leather gear that focuses on intellect and agility, which, due to that, would be chosen by most DPS/Healer characters who use leather. The second one puts emphasis on leather gear with elemental resistance and agility, which makes it the least popular one, unless you are in need of resistance gear. While the last one is specialized in crafting mail armor, hence, this one is preferred by shamans and hunters.

A specialty is chosen at the level , with a second requirement being that you have to be at least level Once chosen these can’t be changed without re-learning the profession, which involves leveling it from scratch so choose wisely.

To sum up, this can be a great profession for anyone who can either utilize these items successful for their own benefit, or who see a market niche on their realm that can help them make decent buck on the sale of the leatherworking produce.

WoW classic Leatherworking leveling guide

In this WoW classic leatherworking guide, as in the other parts of the series, we are aiming at presenting an adaptable, quick, and possibly cheap plan for any player to level-up their leatherworking from the beginning to the points skill mark.

That being said, there are a few things to note before you begin working with the guide. First, when you open the Leatherworking window the recipes are going to be shown in different colors – orange, yellow, green, and gray. These indicate how likely you are to get a skill-up upon successfully crafting the recipe – from the first one which guarantees an increase in skill points, to the last one which means that you are not gaining any experience from crafting this recipe.

Partially, for this reason, this WoW classic leatherworking guide, as you may see, leaves some variables and might to a small degree depend on your luck as well as your server economy, which we are trying to adapt to, offering some variations to cover for some differences. Having said that, in order to level-up leatherworking, you are going to need the following items:

Other than that, you are of course going to need to purchase threads, dyes, and salts which are available at any Leatherworking Supply vendors, who can usually be found near the trainers.

Now moving on to the actual WoW classic Leatherworking guide:

First, especially assuming you are leveling your skinning simultaneously, you are going to make some Light Leather from the Ruined Leather Scraps, which at low level skinning and low-level monsters should be in ample supply However, if you are not doing that, or for some reason you don’t have Ruined Leather Scraps, you might as well go straight to the next step. Making each piece of Light Leather requires:

Make those until you reach level

Having done that, you want to move on to making Light Armor Kit in order to reach level If you skipped the previous step, this is your starting point. To craft each of those you are going to need:

Afterwards, for the final steps before learning Journeyman Leatherworking you ought to make some Handstitched Leather Cloak, until you get to level The recipe for one cloak is going to cost you:

Alternatively, you can also cure some Light Hide if you have any and make some Cured Light Hide instead. Each of those requires:

Afterwards, you want to find a trainer and learn Journeyman Leatherworking, otherwise you will not be able to follow this WoW classic Leatherworking guide past level

At this point you want to start making Embossed Leather Gloves and you will continue doing so for a while, until you reach level A single glove requires:

Having finished that step, you want to start working on Fine Leather Belt in order to get to skill level. Each belt is going to cost you:

At this point you can also make more of them and in the next step use them up instead, to make some Dark Leather Belt. If you choose to do so, you will also want to make some Cured Medium Hide, which is going to help you level-up, however, it depends on whether you have enough of Medium Hide or not. Making one of those requires:

Here, if you have a lot of Medium Leather you can choose to make Dark Leather Boots, until you reach Leatherworking Each of those needs:

Alternatively, you can do the same with Dark Leather Belt if you have enough Fine Leather Belt from the previous step. Those require:

Having completed the aforementioned steps, you now ought to learn Expert Leatherworking, from either Telonis in Darnassus or Una in Thunder Bluff, depending on your faction. This is necessary in order to continue leveling with this WoW classic Leatherworking guide.

Being an expert now, you want to first make quite a few Dark Leather Pants, to get to level Every single one of those requires:

Having done that, you should make some Heavy Leather as a placeholder to get to level and learn the next recipe. Each refining process requires:

Now you can start making Cured Heavy Hide, in order to get to level , those are also going to be necessary for the future recipes in this guide, so do not discard them. Each time you are going to need:

In case you do not have any Heavy Hide, you might consider some alternatives which also overlap with some of the next steps. You might consider making Heavy Armor Kit until level , each requires:

To provide you with more alternatives, other options include Guardian Pants and Barbaric Leggings, which can be made until level with the first one and in the latter case. Those will cost you:

Guardian Pants:

Barbaric Leggings

However, if you had the necessary hides to refine, an optimal path is to continue, after reaching level , with making Heavy Armor Kit, with each of them costing:

Afterwards, you want to be making Barbaric Shoulders, to get to level , with each of those requiring:

Then you want to move on to crafting Guardian Gloves, to get to level Each of those needs you to spend:

The last step in Expert Leatherworking is to make some Thick Armor Kit to get to the final skill level. Those are going to require:

Having done that, you should learn the last level of skill in this WoW classic Leatherworking guide, which is Artisan Leatherworking. From one of the two trainers, listed below – either in Wildhammer Keep in Aerie Peak in Hinterlands for the Alliance or Camp Mojache in Ferelas for the Horde.

Having learned the next level of leatherworking skill, you now ought to start making Nightscape Headband, in order to get to level , with each of those requiring:

Alternatively, you can keep making Thick Armor Kit, do notice however, that the headbands can be sold to vendors for a much higher price, thus making them cheaper in effect.

Next, you will be making Nightscape Pants, until you get to level Each pair of pants requires:

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Leatherworking is an import crafting profession in WoW Classic, offering several different leather armor recipes and armor kits to keep you nice and safe. Rogues and druids are particularly fond of the skill, as they can take natural advantage of the crafted armor. There are several different ways to reach , but this guide should get you there in a time and cost-efficient manner!

As the name suggests, the leatherworking profession makes work of leather. This leather will be found on beasts all across Azeroth and can be collected using the skinning skill. You’ll also need hides and cloth to make specific recipes, but those will all be covered more below.

Although the name does only mention leather, high level leatherworkers can also make mail armor for shaman and hunter characters. They are also sought after for their ability to craft the essential Onyxia Scale Cloak and Core Armor Kit, offering key defensive bonuses.

Helping to diversify the skill is the ability to specialize. There are three distinct specializations of leatherworking, each leading to specific crafting recipes pertaining to a certain type of class. All of this makes leatherworking crucial for any serious gaming team.


Trainer Locations

Trainers for leatherworking are distributed in a similar fashion to other crafting professions. The first half of training can be done in any major city, expert training must be done in a specific city, and artisan training requires you to leave the comfort of a major city. Don’t forget to ask a guard for help locating a leatherworking trainer within the city! Here’s where you can find each leatherworking trainer:

  • Apprentice () &#;Alliance: Stormwind, Ironforge, and Darnassus. Horde: Orgrimmar, Thunder Bluff, and Undercity.
  • Journeyman () &#; Same as apprentice, but recommended to head to Darnassus if Alliance or Thunder Bluff if Horde.
  • Expert () &#;Alliance players must train with Telonis in Darnassus, while Horde players will head to Una in Thunder Bluff.
  • Artisan () &#; Now you’ll need to head to a specific zone for artisan leatherworking training! Alliance players can visit Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands, while Horde players can visit Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas.


Tips and Tricks

There are a few things you should know when considering leatherworking. You’ll want to keep in mind what profession you’ll pair with it, while also considering what specialization to choose later on. Here’s what you need to know:

Paired Profession

You certainly can pick any profession to pair, but your best choice is undoubtedly skinning. Leatherworking requires literally thousands of leather to reach , so you’ll probably want to have the skill that allows you to gather them (unless you’re filthy rich!) It is often helpful to level leatherworking while you’re leveling skinning, so that you have a good idea of how far you need to go.


Upon reaching in leatherworking, you’ll have the option to specialize in one of three different choices, unlockable by a quest. Each choice has a similar set of core recipes, but also allows for the creation of several unique recipes to that specialization. What specialization you choose largely depends upon the purpose you have for leatherworking in general. If you’re using it to craft armor for your own character, you’ll want to make sure and choose a specialization well suited for your class.

Here’s what each specialization entails:

  • Dragonscale &#; This specialization is entirely focused on crafting mail armor. This makes it solely useful for hunters and shamans, with several useful agility recipes that can be made.
  • Elemental &#; The elemental specialization creates leather armor that is useful for providing elemental resistances. This makes it good for rogues and feral druids.
  • Tribal &#; This one creates leather armor that is focused on spellcasting. It makes a great choice for caster druids, while also being a decent option for rogues too.


Total Materials You’ll Need

The total amount of materials that you’ll end up needing will ultimately vary based on your luck, but this should serve as a good starting point for what you’ll need. There are a couple of odd things you’ll need, mainly iron buckles and bolts of silk cloth. Everything else is fairly standard and comes from a vendor or is skinned off beasts. Here’s what you should be prepared to collect:

Required Non-Trained Patterns

These are the patterns that cannot be learned from trainers and must either be found, or purchased from vendors, the Auction House, or other players directly.

Pattern: Wicked Leather Gauntlets:        Sold by &#; Leonard Porter (Alliance) Western Plaguelands / Werg Thickblade (Horde) Tirisfal Glades

Pattern: Wicked Leather Bracers:             Dropped by &#;  Legashi Rogue, Azshara 4%

Pattern: Wicked Leather Headband:       Dropped by &#; Jadefire Trickster, Felwood %


Leatherworking Specialization Quests

Once you’ve reached in leatherworking, you now have the ability to choose between leatherworking specialization. Because each one requires completion of a quest (or series), each specialization will be broken down below.

Dragonscale Leatherworking Guide

While it isn’t the hardest to obtain, dragonscale leatherworking certainly has the costliest individual requirement. You don’t need to complete any prerequisite quests, but the item cost is almost enough itself. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. If you’re Alliance: Make your way to Peter Galen in Azshara. Accept the quest: Dragonscale Leatherworking. To complete it, you’ll need 10 Worn Dragonscales, but you’ll also need 2 Tough Scorpid Breastplates and 2 Tough Scorpid Gloves.
  2. If you’re Horde: No difference on the requirements, but your trainer is Thorkaf Dragoneye in The Badlands.
  3. You’ll notice that the quest requires recipes that aren’t sold by vendors. Both the recipe for Tough Scorpid Breastplates and Tough Scorpid Gloves are uncommonly dropped by Wastewander Thief enemies found in north Tanaris.
  4. To make 2 Tough Scorpid Breastplates and 2 Tough Scorpid Gloves, you’ll need 36 Thick Leather and 40 Scorpid Scales.

Elemental Leatherworking Guide

Learning elemental leatherworking is arguably the easiest of all the specializations. You’ll need turn in a total of 8 items to your faction’s elemental leatherworker, and you don’t need to complete any quests beforehand. Here’s what you’ll need to complete the quest:

  1. If you’re Alliance: Go to Sarah Tanner in Searing Gorge. Accept the quest: Elemental Leatherworking. To complete it, you’ll need 2 of each of the following: Globe of Water, Heart of Fire, Core of Earth, and Breath of Wind.
  2. If you’re Horde: Not much difference here, other than trainer location. Go to Brumn Winterhoof in Arathi Mountains for the Horde trainer. Once again, you’ll need 2 Globe of Water, 2 Heart of Fire, 2 Core of Earth, and 2 Breath of Wind.

Tribal Leatherworking Guide

Tribal leatherworking is actually the most time-consuming specialization to choose, simply because you’ll need to complete the entire wild leather questline prior to starting the tribal leatherworking quest. Here’s how to complete the quest and preceding questline:

  1. Unless otherwise noted, all wild leather quests are obtained and turned in with Pratt McGrubben in Feathermoon Stronghold, Feralas if Alliance, or Jangdor Swiftstrider in Camp Mojache, Feralas for Horde.
  2. Head to Pratt McGrubben or Jangdor Swiftstrider depending on faction to start the wild leather questline. You can save time by bringing all materials beforehand, or you can grab the quests and collect the materials afterwards. For the entire wild leather questline, if you plan on making everything yourself you’ll need Thick Leather, Turtle Scales, and 7 Wildvine. For the tribal leatherworking quest itself, you’ll need an additional 44 Thick Leather, 8 Wildvine, and 4 Cured Thick Hides.
  3. Accept the initial quest: Wild Leather Armor. This is an ultra-simple introductory quest, which just needs you to supply 10 Thick Leather. After doing so and handing in the quest, you’ll unlock the next five quests, which can be done in any order.
  4. To complete: Wild Leather Shoulders, you’ll need to bring 6 Thick Armor Kits and a Wildvine.
  5. To complete: Wild Leather Vest, you’ll need a Wildvine again, but 2 Turtle Scale Breastplates and 2 Turtle Scale Gloves. You can purchase the recipe for turtle scale gloves directly from your faction’s quest giver.
  6. To complete: Wild Leather Helmet, you’ll need yet another Wildvine, and 2 Nightscape Tunics and 2 Nightscape Headbands.
  7. To complete: Wild Leather Boots, you’ll actually need 2 Wildvine this time, to go along with 2 Nightscape Pants and 2 Nightscape Boots.
  8. To complete: Wild Leather Leggings, you’ll need another 2 Wildvine, and 2 Turtle Scale Helms and 2 Turtle Scale Bracers.
  9. After completing Wild Leather Shoulders, Wild Leather Vest, Wild Leather Helmet, Wild Leather Boots, and Wild Leather Leggings, you can accept the final wild leather quest: Master of the Wild Leather.
  10. For the final quest, you’ll simply need to visit your faction’s master leatherworking trainer. For Alliance players, this is Telonis in Darnassus. For Horde players, this will be Una in Thunder Bluff.
  11. After completing Master of the Wild Leather, you’ll now be able to accept the tribal leatherworking quest. Fortunately, this step is very easy, and you’ll simply need to visit and hand in two wild leather items at your faction’s tribal leatherworking trainer.
  12. If you’re Alliance: Head to Caryssia Moonhunter in Feralas. Accept: Tribal Leatherworking, which requires your newly-found knowledge of wild leather armor crafting. You need 1 Wild Leather Vest and 1 Wild Leather Helmet to complete the quest. Congratulations, you’re now a tribal leatherworker!
  13. If you’re Horde: Go to Se’Jib in Stranglethorn Vale. Accept: Tribal Leatherworking. Like the Alliance version, you’ll need 1 Wild Leather Vest and 1 Wild Leather Helmet. Congratulations, you’re now a tribal leatherworker!



Mats Required:

Light Armor Kit x50 (1x Light Leather)

For your very first recipe, you’ll make an iconic craft of the leatherworking profession: armor kits! You’ll want to make a grand total of around 50, or enough to get you up to 45 leatherworking.

Cured Light Hide x15 (1x Light Hide + 1x Salt)

Now that you’ve hit 45, you’re going to feel like a true leatherworker on this next recipe. Now you’ll need to cure 15 light hides, using salt to do the trick.

Embossed Leather Gloves x20 (3x Light Leather + 2x Coarse Thread)

It is now time to make your first piece of armor! You can make some nice and comfy gloves, 20 of them should be enough. Once you reach 75 leatherworking, don’t forget to train in journeyman leatherworking!



Mats Required:

* = will be crafted during this guide.

Embossed Leather Gloves x30 (3x Light Leather + 2x Coarse Thread)

Now that you’re at 75 leatherworking, you can keep making those warm gloves! You’ll need to make a lot, probably 30 more to reach leatherworking. Just think of how happy you’ll make people with your nice and warm, hand-stitched gloves!

Cured Medium Hide x20 (1x Medium Hide + 1x Salt)

Okay, enough with the gloves. It is time to cure some more hides! This time you’ll cure medium hides. Don’t forget to save these as you’ll need them in a few levels!

Fine Leather Belt x15 (6x Light Leather + 2x Coarse Thread)

Now you’re finally going to make another piece of armor! This time you’ll make some fine leather belts. Once you’ve got 15 nice and fine belts, don’t forget to save them because you’ll actually turn them into even fancier belts with the next recipe!

The Fine Leather Belt does go to green at about This can make getting your Leatherworking to slightly more difficult than one might expect. It can also increase the amount of materials you will need to get there. If you’d like an alternative, you can get the pattern for the Light Leather Pants at the same trainer as the Fine Leather Belt. If you do this, you will need to adjust your material amounts accordingly, as the pants require 10 Light Leather, 1 Cured Light Hide and 1 Fine Thread each to craft.

Dark Leather Belt x15 (1x Fine Leather Belt + 1x Cured Medium Hide +2x Fine Thread + 1x Gray Dye)

Are you ready for some leatherworking magic? Turn your fine leather belts into dark leather belts! All you need to do is add a cured medium hide, some gray dye, and some more fine thread! After you’ve made 15 wonderful belts, pick up expert leatherworking from your trainer. For Alliance players, this is with Telonis in Darnassus, while Horde players train with Una in Thunder Bluff.

If you took the advice from the note above, you will not have any Fine Leather Belts to make the Dark Leather Belt! In this case, your next best option, which may even be a better one, are the Hillman’s Shoulders. Remember that you will again need to adjust your materials budget, as the shoulders require 4 Medium Leather, 1 Cured Medium Hide and 1 Fine Thread.


Mats Required:

* = will be crafted during this guide.

Cured Heavy Hide x10 (1x Heavy Hide + 3x Salt)

Now that you’re an expert leatherworking, you get to up the ante when it comes to curing hides. Now that you can cure heavy hides, you’ll need a whopping 3 salt for each cure! Insane! Altogether you’ll want to cure 10 heavy hides, and like before, save them for later!

Heavy Armor Kit x25 (5x Heavy Leather + 1x Fine Thread)

Up next are some heavy armor kits! These are actually very useful, so use them on your own armor and give them to allies! Make enough of them to get to leatherworking.

Barbaric Shoulders x10 (8x Heavy Leather + 1x Cured Heavy Hide +2x Fine Thread)

Now that you’re in leatherworking, take your cured heavy hides from earlier to make some barbaric shoulders! These are some nice looking shoulderpads, and are sure to fetch a pretty penny on the auction house! You’ll need to make 10 of them for our purposes.

Dusky Bracers x5 (16x Heavy Leather +2x Silken Thread + 1x Black Dye)

The next recipe calls for some dusky bracers. If you’re in a dark room, you might not even be able to see them! That’s because you’ll need some black dye to give these bad boys a sneaky dark appeal. 5 of these bracers should do the trick.

Dusky Belt x10 (10x Heavy Leather + 2x Bolt of Silk Cloth + 2x Black Dye + 1x Iron Buckle)

Moving on from the bracers, you should now make some dusky belts! This recipe does require some iron buckles, which can be made with the blacksmithing skill. Either way, find 10 of them to make 10 belts.

Nightscape Headband / Tunic x20 (5x Thick Leather + 2x Silken Thread)

At leatherworking, you can craft the iconic nightscape headband! These often sell well on the auction house, serving as a great mid-level helmet. Alternatively, you can also craft the tunic if you want some variation. Make enough of them to reach , unlocking artisan leatherworking! At this point, Alliance players should head to Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands, while Horde players will go to Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas.



Mats Required:

Nightscape Headband / Tunic x5 (5x Thick Leather + 2x Silken Thread)

Nothing new here, you’ll just want to continue making headbands or tunics to reach leatherworking.

Nightscape Pants x20 (14x Thick Leather + 4x Silken Thread)

At leatherworking, you can finally mix things up a bit. Now you can make nightscape pants! These take quite a lot of thick leather, so this might slow you down a bit on your way to Make about 20 of them to get to leatherworking.

Nightscape Boots x10 (16x Thick Leather + 2x Heavy Silken Thread)

If you thought the pants were bad, nightscape boots require even more thick leather. Fortunately, you only need to get to leatherworking, requiring only 10 boots.

Wicked Leather Gauntlets x10 (8x Rugged Leather + 1x Black Dye + 1x Rune Thread)

At this point you’ve finally graduated to rugged leather! That’s great news, but it also starts to get quite expensive. For your wicked leather gauntlets, you’ll need 8 rugged leather for each pair. 10 gauntlets should get you up to leatherworking.

Wicked Leather Bracers x10 (8x Rugged Leather + 1x Black Dye + 1x Rune Thread)

After making gauntlets, it is now time to make bracers! Another 10 of these should be enough to reach the final milestone of your journey.

Wicked Leather Headband x20 (12x Rugged Leather + 1x Black Dye + 1x Rune Thread)

For the last leg of your leveling, you’ll want to make wicked leather headbands! These take 12 whole rugged leather, so it may take you a while to collect it all. 20 should be enough to reach the max. Congratulations on your freshly leveled leatherworking skill!

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