Enchanting leveling is a nightmare. It's the WORST profession to level so far, worse than Tailoring and by worst I mean the most expensive. I really do hope that Blizzard will add new recipes for every profession in the upcoming major content patch, because at the moment for most of the professions it's completly pointless to level it up past 440 or 445 - well it's not pointless if you want to be Realm First in any profession.
Leave a comment if you have better suggestion for Tailoring 425-450. Thanks!
I finally finished the Blacksmithing guide 1-450. It was not that hard to level it, as you can see in the guide, the Reinforced Cobalt Chestpiece saves a lot of gold - let's hope Blizzard won't nerf it.
I had Mining aswell so I didn't have to buy any of the materials. This is why I suggested to level Mining and Blacksmithing at the same time. The Mining Guide is not updated yet, sorry for that. It's just so straightforward that I don't know yet what to write in the guide.
While I was leveling my Blacksmithing I disenchanted everything and I made a decent amount of gold, even if you buy the materials for Reinforced Cobalt Chestpiece, you still make profit.
I also updated the 250-300 part in the guide, some of the old recipes are taught by trainers now. Thanks for Brandon for pointing this out for me, I wouldn't notice it. I also thanks the help for Nebuchadneza and Greg.
Engineering Leveling Guide 1-450 is completed now. I am very disappointed with the leveling process. Blizzard seem to have put in cockblocks into every primary profession in WotLK. Engineering 435-450 is a joke, you are forced to make one single recipe because there is no other option.
At the moment there is only 2 epic recipes you can craft at 450. I feel like it was not worth to level my Engineering. The epic helm at 440 is nice, but for some of the classes - or maybe for all of them - the Naxxramas drops are better, and Naxxramas is not that hard at all.
So again, check out my Engineering Leveling Guide and tell me if you find mistakes or anything.
Blizzard's new expansion will start tomorrow, so I will have a lot of work to do.
Currently only the Inscription leveling guide is completed, the other ones are only last until 350. I removed the 350-375 part from almost all of them, because there will be new recipes in WotLK, as I mentioned it in a previous post.
I will try to upate every guide in the next couple of days weeks, I didn't want to use the data gathered from the BETA, so I will wait until the expansion start.
I would appreciate any help in the guides, please take notes if you can, what you crafted on different skill ranges etc. :)
Inscription is a new profession which was introduced in Wrath of the Lich King with which players can create Glyphs which are enhancements to an individual's spells or abilities, Scribes can also make Scrolls and items you can equip in your off-hand.
Inscription use herbs as main materials. When you learn Inscription, you will get a skill called Milling, which you can use to produce pigments from herbs similar like prospecting for Jewelcrafters. You will need Pigments to make Inks, Inks are needed to create Glyphs.
Two Glyph types