Once you reach level 60 and Tailoring 350, you may begin a quest to learn one of three specializations: Mooncloth Tailoring, Shadoweave Tailoring, or Spellfire Tailoring.
Table of Contents
- Benefits of Specializations
- Specialization Quests
- Changing specialization
1. Benefits of Specializations
Any tailor with the required skill (350) can make Primal Mooncloth, Shadowcloth, or Spellcloth. However, one of the benefits of each specialization is getting two pieces of that specialization's cloth with one set of materials.
The other benefit is that each specialization can craft an epic quality 3-piece gear set. The recipes and pieces for each set are BoP and are tailor-only.
|Mooncloth Tailoring||Shadoweave Tailoring||Spellfire Tailoring|
Cloth set for Healing.
Cloth set for Shadow and Frost spell damage.
Cloth set for Fire and Arcane spell damage.
2. Specialization Quests
The three NPCs who start the quests are standing almost next to each other in Shattrat City, so it's pretty easy to spot them.
2.1. Mooncloth Tailoring
Moonwells at Outland
Primal Mooncloth can only be crafted at Moonwells.
2.2. Shadoweave Tailoring
To complete the quest, go to the Altar of Shadows in Shadowmoon Valley (see the location below) and use the Crystal of Deep Shadows quest item.
Altar of Shadows
Shadowcloth can only be crafted near the Altar of Shadows in Shadowmoon Valley.
2.3. Spellfire Tailoring
3. Changing specialization
Changing Tailoring Specializations is very simple.
Go back to Shattrath City and talk to the NPC who taught your current specialization. It will cost 150g to unlearn the current specialization at level 70 and 20g to learn a new specialization. You don't have to do any additional questing.
WARNING: Unlearning a particular specialization will disable your ability to use the items previously crafted under that school.