BfA Leatherworking Leveling Guide 1 - 150

This Battle for Azeroth Leatherworking leveling guide will show you the fastest and cheapest way how to level your BfA Leatherworking skill up from 1 to 150. The guide's primary focus is to show you how to level this profession, so if you are looking for more detailed information about BfA Leatherworking, check out my Battle for Azeroth Leatherworking Guide.

Leatherworking is the best combined with skinning, and I highly recommend to level these professions together because it will be a lot easier to get the needed materials if you have skinning. So, check out my Skinning Leveling Guide if you want to level skinning. You can also just buy the leathers at the Auction House, but then you will need a lot of gold.

If you are low on gold, I recommend you to try this Gold Making Guide, it can help you to make loads of gold.

If you are still leveling your character or you just started a new alt, I recommend you to use a leveling guide. You can level your character to level 120 in 8 days with this guide.

BfA Leatherworking Trainer Location

The new BfA Leatherworking skill is named differently for the two factions, but the name is the only difference between them.

[Kul Tiran Leatherworking] is the Alliance version and [Zandalari Leatherworking] is the Horde version.

Leatherworking Trainers:

  • Horde: You can find Xanjo in Dazar'alor at the Terrace of Crafters.
  • Alliance: Cassandra Brennor is in Boralus at the Tradewinds Market.

You can walk up to a guard in Dazar'alor or Boralus then ask where the Leatherworking trainer is. Asking the guard will place a red marker on your map at the trainer's location.

Recipe Ranks

Most high-level Battle for Azeroth Leatherworking recipes has 3 ranks. Higher rank recipes reduce the materials required to create a recipe, and also give skill points much longer.

Approximate Materials Required

Leveling BfA Leatherworking

1 - 25

Make 25 from one of these:

You might need to make a few more to reach 25.

25 - 50

Make 25 from one of these:

50 - 70

Hardened Tempest Hide is used for crafting every high-level armor. These are basically free skill ups, but even if you didn't use it for anything, this is still the cheapest recipe. Tempest Hide is easy to farm.

Horde players can buy the [Amber Tanning Oil] from Aman de Child. She is like 30 yard in front of your trainer.

Alliance players can buy it from the Leatherworking trainer.

This recipe will be green for the last 5 points so you might have to make more. (or fewer if you are lucky with the skill gains)

70 - 85

[Shimmerscale Diving Helmet] would be cheaper to make, but Coarse Leather Barding is much more useful and easier to sell.

85 - 120

Learn the rank 2 recipe from your trainer!

If you have the [Rank 3 - Recipe: Coarse Leather Barding], then you can make this one up to 125, and it will cost fewer Coarse Leathers. The recipe is a random drop from humanoid mobs in Battle for Azeroth zones.

Darkmoon Faire free +5 skill points

You should check your Calendar in-game to see if the Darkmoon Faire is open, the event starts at 00:01 on the Sunday before the 1st Monday of each month.

You can gain +5 skill points by completing a single quest (use it at 145). Check out my Darkmoon Faire Profession Quests Guide to read more about the quests.

120 - 150

You should stop at 148 if you plan to craft the two epic item level 385 armors.

I hope you liked this BfA Leatherworking leveling guide, congratulations on reaching 150!

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