BS Guide 1.0: How to Level Up Your Blacksmithing Skill in Classic WoW
Blacksmithing is one of the most useful and profitable professions in Classic WoW. It allows you to craft powerful weapons, armor, and tools that can enhance your combat performance and make you money on the auction house. However, leveling up your blacksmithing skill can be a daunting and expensive task, especially if you don’t know what to do. That’s why we created this BS Guide 1.0, a comprehensive and easy-to-follow guide that will show you the fastest and cheapest way to level up your blacksmithing skill from 1 to 300 in Classic WoW.
In this guide, you will learn:
- What materials you need and where to get them
- What recipes to use and where to learn them
- What tips and tricks to save time and gold
- What benefits you can get from blacksmithing
By following this guide, you will be able to master the art of blacksmithing and enjoy the rewards of your hard work. So, without further ado, let’s get started!
The first thing you need to do is gather the materials required for leveling up your blacksmithing skill. You will need a lot of ores, stones, bars, cloths, and other items that you can either buy from vendors, loot from enemies, or mine from nodes. Here is a list of the approximate materials required for each skill level range:
|Skill Level||Materials Required|
|1 – 75||150x Rough Stone
150x Copper Bar
95x Coarse Stone
5x Silver Bar
|75 – 125||140x Bronze Bar
105x Heavy Stone
5x Gold Bar
|125 – 225||230x Iron Bar
35x Green Dye
190x Steel Bar
|225 – 300||520x Solid Stone
60x Mageweave Cloth
250x Mithril Bar
20x Dense Stone
730x Thorium Bar
30x Star Ruby
If you have Mining as your secondary profession, you can farm the ores yourself using our Mining Guide 1-450. Otherwise, you will have to buy them from the auction house or other players. You can also check out our Gold Farming Guide 1-80 for some tips on how to make money in Classic WoW.
The next thing you need to do is find a blacksmithing trainer who can teach you the skills and recipes you need. You can learn blacksmithing from any of these NPCs below, but you have to reach level 5 before you can learn it. 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 blacksmithing trainer is, then it will be marked with a red flag on your map.