TBC Classic Herbalism Leveling Guide 1-375

This TBC Classic Herbalism leveling guide will show you the fastest way to level Herbalism from 1 to 375 in Burning Crusade Classic.

If you are also leveling Alchemy together with herbalism, make sure to check out my TBC Classic Alchemy leveling guide. But keep in mind, this guide is made to level your profession as fast as possible, so sometimes the herbs you will farm might not be the best for Alchemy.

I recommend trying Zygor's 1-70 Leveling Guide if you are still leveling your character or you just started a new alt. The guide will help you to reach level 70 a lot faster.

Table of contents:

Herbalism Trainers

To become an Apprentice Herbalist you need to find a Herbalism 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 Herbalism trainer is, then it will be marked with a red flag on your map.

Classic Trainers (1-300)

Alliance trainers:

Horde trainers:

TBC Trainers (300-375)

You can learn the new TBC Herbalism skill from the Master Herbalism trainers in Hellfire Peninsula. (Requires level 50 and Herbalism 275)

  • Horde players can learn it from Ruak Stronghorn at Thrallmar. He is in the big tower up the hill. /way 52.2, 36.3
  • Alliance players can learn it from Rorelien at Honor Hold. She's on the first floor in the Wizard's tower. /way 53.6 65.8

Leveling Herbalism

Don't forget to turn on the Herb tracking on your minimap!

1 - 50

Every starter zone is filled with herbs, it doesn't really matter which one you choose.

Herbs in these zones: Peacebloom, Silverleaf, Earthroot

50 - 115

Once you reach Herbalism 50, you can learn Herbalism Journeyman from your trainer.

Herbs in these zones: Mageroyal, Briarthorn, Stranglekelp

Briarthorn requires herbalism 70 and Stranglekelp requires herbalism 85, so you can't pick them right away.

This zone is so big that you can use more than one route here.

115 - 170

Don't forget to visit your trainer when you reach 150!

Herbs in these zones: Bruiseweed, Wild Steelbloom, Stranglekelp, Kingsblood, Liferoot

Kingsblood requires herbalism 125 and Liferoot requires herbalism 150, so you can't pick them right away. You should only go to the red zone/lines after you passed 150.

170 - 205

Herbs in these zones: Kingsblood, Liferoot, Fadeleaf, Goldthorn, Khadgar's Whisker

Khadgar's Whisker requires herbalism 185, so you can't pick them right away.

205 - 230

Visit your trainer and learn Herbalism Artisan.

Herbs in these zones: Purple Lotus, Firebloom

230 - 270

Herbs in Hinterlands:Sungrass, Purple Lotus, Ghost Mushroom, Golden Sansam

I maked a cave with red X, there area bunch of Ghost Mushroom in the cave but you can only pick them with herbalism skill 245.

Hinterlands

270 - 300

Herbs in Felwood: Sungrass, Gromsblood, Golden Sansam, Dreamfoil, Mountain Silversage, Plaguebloom

Felwood

Burning Crusade Classic (300-375)

You can learn the new TBC Herbalism skill from the Master Herbalism trainers in Hellfire Peninsula. (Requires level 50 and Herbalism 275)

  • Horde players can learn it from Ruak Stronghorn at Thrallmar. He is in the big tower up the hill. /way 52.2, 36.3
  • Alliance players can learn it from Rorelien at Honor Hold. She's on the first floor in the Wizard's tower. /way 53.6 65.8

300 - 315

I recommend getting your first 15 points in Hellfire Penninsula until you can pick Dreaming Glory.

If you are lower level, you will probably reach Herbalism 375 just by picking herbs while questing, so I mostly made these routes for higher level players with flying mount who want to switch to Herbalism at level 70.

Hellfire Peninsula

315 - 325

You can level up to 325 in Hellfire Penninsula too, but I would recommend Nagrand or Blade's Edge since you will be getting more outland herbs in these zones.

Blade's Edge Mountain

Nagrand

325 - 350

Felweed and Dreaming Glory give skill points all the way up to 375, so you could stay in the previous two zones too.

Terokkar Forest

350 - 375

I recommend getting the last 25 points in Netherstorm, but if you have a lot of competition you could basically stay in any of the previous zones. Every outland herb give skill points up to 375.

Netherstorm


Congratulations on reaching 375! Please send feedback about the guide if you think there are parts I could improve, or you found typos, errors!

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