WoW First Aid Leveling Guide 1 - 800
Updated for Legion patch 7.0.3
First Aid is recommended to all classes as a way of reducing downtime between battles, by quickly restoring health after combat. It is highly recommended for melee classes without healing abilites.
NOTE: If you are level 90 already, you can jump straight to the Warlords of Draenor part. You can also craft the new legion recipes from skill 1, but it's a lot cheaper to level with Draenor recipes, and they are also easier to farm.
Approximate Cloths Required for 1-800:
- 119 Linen Cloth
- 71 Wool Cloth
- 89 Silk Cloth
- 50 Mageweave Cloth
- 50 Runecloth
- 50 Netherweave Cloth
- 76 Frostweave Cloth
- 75 Embersilk Cloth
- 124 Windwool Cloth
- 200 Sea Scorpion Segment
- 270 Shal'dorei silk
- 225 Silver Mackerel
- 45 Leystone Ore
At first, visit any First Aid trainer, pick up the profession and you will automatically learn to make Linen Bandage.
- 1 - 40
39 x [Linen Bandage] - 39 Linen cloth
- 40 - 80
40 x [Heavy Linen Bandage] - 80 Linen Cloth
You'll have to visit your trainer again at 75 (or 50) to be able to continue skilling up to 150.
80 - 145
- 80 -115
35 x [Wool Bandage] - 35 Wool Cloth
- 115 - 145
15 x [Heavy Wool Bandage] - 30 Wool Cloth
145 - 210
Learn Expert First Aid
- 145 - 151
3 x [Heavy Wool Bandage] - 6 Wool Cloth
- 151 -180
29 x [Silk Bandage] - 29 Silk Cloth
- 180 - 210
30 x [Heavy Silk Bandage] - 60 Silk Cloth
210 - 300
Learn Artisan First Aid
- 210 - 240
30 x [Mageweave Bandage] - 30 Mageweave Cloth
- 240 - 260
10 x [Heavy Mageweave Bandage] - 20 Mageweave Cloth
- 260 - 290
30 x [Runecloth Bandage] - 30 Runecloth
- 290 - 300
10 x [Heavy Runecloth Bandage] - 20 Runecloth
300 - 350
Learn Master First Aid.
- 300 - 330
30 x [Netherweave Bandage] - 30 Netherweave Cloth
- 330 - 350
10 x [Heavy Netherweave Bandage] - 20 Netherweave Cloth
350 - 426
Learn Grand Master First Aid.
- 350 - 390
40 x [Frostweave Bandage] - 40 Frostweave Cloth
Netherweave Cloth is usually a lot cheaper, so make more Heavy Netherweave Bandage if you don't have Frostweave Cloth.
- 390 - 426
18 [Heavy Frostweave Bandage] - 36 Frostweave Cloth
426 - 501
Learn Illustrious Grand Master First Aid.
- 426 - 475
49 [Embersilk Bandage] - 49 Embersilk Cloth
- 475 - 501
13 x [Heavy Embersilk Bandage] - 26 Embersilk Cloth
501 - 600
Learn Zen First Aid.
- 501 - 550
49 x [Windwool Bandage] - 49 Windwool Cloth
- 550 - 600
25 x [Heavy Windwool Bandage] - 75 Windwool Cloth
600 - 700 or 1-700
Kill mobs at Draenor until you get [First Aid in Draenor]. It seems it only drops from Humanoids and Giants.
If you start from skill one, you have to make 120 [Healing Tonic] or 120 [Antiseptic Bandage]. It depends on if 1200 Sea Scorpion Segment is cheaper than 600 Sumptuous Fur. But the Fur is usually cheaper.
Check out my Sumptuous Fur farming guide if you want to farm the cloths.
- 600 -700
20 x [Healing Tonic] - 200 Sea Scorpion Segment
700 - 800
All of these recipes below will be green for the last 10 points, so you will probably need to craft between 40-60 from each.
Important! If you get any First Aid quest while leveling, don't complete them until you reach 790. These quest will be the only way to get to 800, so it's better to save them.
- 790 - 800
Currently the only way to level to 800 is by doing First Aid quests. Each of these quests will give you 5 skill points, so you only have to do two of them.
The items which start the quests are random zone drops at Broken Isles zones. You will get these items as you play the game.
Make sure that you learn [Treat Fever], [Stabilize] and [Treat Burns] from your trainer. You will need these to complete the quests, and this is not yet confirmed but I think the quest items won't drop unless you have these spells.
You can get [Field Pack] from the vendor near your First Aid trainer at Dalaran.
The achievement Is There a Medic in the Zone? tracks all if these items, so you can check if you compelted any of them, but this is currently bugged and you can't see your progress even if you completed some of the quests.
Full list of items:
Important note! The wowhead droprates are not accurate. It seems all of these are random zone drops, but on some items wowhead filters out the low drop rate mobs and only shows the highest one.
I hope you liked this First Aid leveling guide, congratulations on reaching 800!