The Easiest Blacksmithing Leveling Guide
Blacksmithing is a profession that relies highly on mining. On the downside, mining is a profession that takes a lot of time in leveling. If you are on the conservative side, you would always choose mining to play it safe but if you are adventurous, you could ditch mining and buy instead all the supplies that you will need. But be cautious. You have to make sure that you have enough gold to finish the leveling. This is your ultimate blacksmithing leveling guide in the world of warcraft. You have to keep in mind that you should be decided to be in this profession before you even start. This profession is an expensive one and you should always have gold at hand to spend for it. You should start by leveling from 1-300. This may cost you 500 supplies of gold so you should better prepare well for it.
For the levels 1-300, you need to collect at least 100 of all the main ingredients in blacksmithing and also the minor ores just for safekeeping. These may cost you a lot. You should calculate all the expenses that you will have to make even before you step inside the Auction House. Here is a list of the items that should be at hand:
● Stones (Rough, Coarse and Heavy)
● Bronze bars
● Silver bars
● Solid Stones
● Iron Bars
● Mithril bars
● Steel Bars
● Thorium Bars
● Star Rubies
Once you reached level 300 do not be fooled to thinking that the fight is over. It has yet to start. The materials used would be ten times more challenging and ten times more expensive as well. Higher levels would cost you thousands of gold in return. For skills level 300-375, new things are needed. These are the base materials that you will surely need. But of course the amount for each would depend on your Shattrath. You could either choose to be an Aldor blacksmith or a Scryer blacksmith. Here is a list of these items:
● Fel Iron Bars
● Thorium Bars
● Primal water
● Netherweave cloth
● Primal fire
● Arcane dust
● Prismatic shards
All these materials are pretty expensive. You can always choose to farm all these but it will take you a lot of time. If you are on short on time and still have gold at hand, you could always choose to purchase all these at an auction house.
From Level 1-75, you are under apprentice blacksmithing. Stones are mostly needed which are still very cheap at this level. Be careful that much more gold is needed in the future so learn to save gold.
Journeying Blacksmithing is from level 75-150. This costs you mostly Copper and Bronze. At this stage you may want to start farming Gold to use in the future.
Leveling from 150-225 is under Expert Blacksmithing. Steel and Iron are the main ingredients in these levels. Remember that steel is iron and coal smelted together by a miner. These could cost you a lot of money so make sure that you have enough gold to spare in this level and some to save for future use in higher levels.
Artisan Blacksmithing is level 225-300. You’ll need mithril and thorium which means tons of gold in order to purchase these. Congratulations of you reached level 300. If you are aiming for more you would need to search for Master Blacksmithing Trainers. Following this blacksmithing leveling guide is very helpful. So start now.