Inscription Guide 1-525

cataclysm classic inscription guide 1 525
  • Author: Furious
  • Date: October 3, 2023
  • Updated: April 30, 2024
  • Expansion: Cataclysm

The Inscription profession in World of Warcraft’s Cataclysm expansion allows players to craft glyphs, scrolls, relics, and other essential items. Inscription is primarily centered around creating glyphs of three categories: Prime, Major, and Minor, each serving different functions in gameplay. Players also craft off-hand books (also known as tomes), stat scrolls, self-only shoulder enchants, and enchanting vellums.

The primary materials for Inscription are herbs, which are milled into pigments (you learn Milling along with the Inscription skill). These pigments are then processed into inks used for crafting glyphs and other inscription items. Parchment, also essential for crafting, can be bought from Inscription suppliers. Herbs are either gathered with the Herbalism profession or purchased on the auction house.

Crafting Process
  • New Material Requirements: Cataclysm introduces new materials for crafting, including specific volatile items and other unique ingredients found within the expansion’s zones or through vendors accessible after completing certain quests in Twilight Highlands.
  • New Items: The expansion also adds new items that scribes can craft, including Cataclysm-specific relics, new glyphs, and other unique inscription-related items.
  • Herbs & Pigments: Higher-level herbs introduced in Cataclysm yield more pigments, facilitating the crafting of higher-level inks and glyphs. The milling process remains consistent, but players must adjust to the new herbs and their respective yields.
Glyph System
  • New Learning System: In Cataclysm, players permanently learn glyphs by right-clicking them, making them accessible for future use without additional purchases. This new system simplifies the process of switching between glyphs based on the player’s needs and gaming strategy.
  • Dust of Disappearance & Vanishing Powder: These new items are introduced for changing installed glyphs, offering players flexibility in their glyph usage without committing to a single set permanently.
Leveling & Training
  • Skill Level Changes: Cataclysm alters the way players level up their inscription skill, with each crafted item awarding varying skill points depending on its complexity and the player’s current skill level.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Leveling Inscription in Cataclysm is deemed more cost-effective compared to other professions, providing a viable option for players looking to maximize their in-game resources and crafting capabilities.
Vendor Accessibility
  • New Vendors: Vendors in Cataclysm offer unique materials required for crafting new items, located in specific expansion zones like Twilight Highlands. Access to these vendors might be contingent upon completing certain quests, making progression in the game’s storyline crucial for advancing in the Inscription profession.
Tier
Ink
Minimum Skill
Pigment
Herbs (Any of)
Apprentice
Ivory Ink
1
Alabaster Pigment
Peacebloom, Silverleaf, Earthroot
Apprentice
Moonglow Ink
35
Alabaster Pigment
Peacebloom, Silverleaf, Earthroot
Journeyman
Midnight Ink
75
Dusky Pigment
Mageroyal, Briarthorn, Swiftthistle, Bruiseweed, Stranglekelp
Journeyman
Lion’s Ink
100
Golden Pigment
Wild Steelbloom, Grave Moss, Kingsblood, Liferoot, Fadeleaf
Expert
Dawnstar Ink
125
Golden Pigment
Wild Steelbloom, Grave Moss, Kingsblood, Liferoot, Fadeleaf
Artisan
Jadefire Ink
150
Emerald Pigment
Goldthorn, Khadgar’s Whisker, Wintersbite
Artisan
Royal Ink
175
Emerald Pigment
Goldthorn, Khadgar’s Whisker, Wintersbite
Master
Celestial Ink
200
Violet Pigment
Firebloom, Purple Lotus, Arthas’ Tears, Sungrass, Blindweed, Ghost Mushroom
Master
Shimmering Ink
225
Violet Pigment
Firebloom, Purple Lotus, Arthas’ Tears, Sungrass, Blindweed, Ghost Mushroom
Grand Master
Ink of the Sea
275
Azure Pigment
Golden Sansam, Dreamfoil, Mountain Silversage, Plaguebloom, Icecap
Grand Master
Snowfall Ink
300
Icy Pigment
Golden Sansam, Dreamfoil, Mountain Silversage, Plaguebloom, Icecap
Illustrious
Blackfallow Ink
425
Ashen Pigment
Cinderbloom, Stormvine, Azshara’s Veil, Heartblossom, Twilight Jasmine, Whiptail
Illustrious
Inferno Ink
475
Burning Embers
Cinderbloom, Stormvine, Azshara’s Veil, Heartblossom, Twilight Jasmine, Whiptail
Please note that for each ink, you can use any of the herbs listed in the respective category to create the necessary pigments, and then the inks. You are not required to use all the herbs listed, just any one from the respective category or tier. Ensure you have the required minimum skill level to craft each ink.

Inscription Research is a mechanic in World of Warcraft where players who have taken up the Inscription profession can learn new Glyph recipes beyond what’s available from trainers. There are different kinds of Inscription Research that allow players to learn various Glyph recipes, dependent on the expansion or level. Below are the specifics based on your previous inputs:

1. Minor Inscription Research
  • How It Works:
    • Allows players to learn new Minor Glyphs not taught by trainers.
    • Players use this skill, and it goes on a cooldown (resetting at midnight server time).
  • Requirements:
    • Mats for the skill include low-level herbs, which are turned into pigments and then inks.
  • Cooldown:
    • Daily. You can perform this research once per day.
  • Note:
    • You will continue to create low-level scrolls even after learning all the available Minor Glyphs.
2. Northrend Inscription Research
  • How It Works:
    • Similar to Minor Inscription Research but for higher-level Glyphs, typically those introduced in the Wrath of the Lich King expansion.
    • It’s for discovering Major Glyphs, with some Minor Glyphs as well.
  • Requirements:
    • It requires more advanced materials (higher-level herbs).
  • Cooldown:
    • Daily. You can perform this research once per day.
  • Note:
    • You will create higher-level scrolls in the process.
3. Book of Glyph Mastery
  • How It Works:
    • Players can learn specific Glyph recipes from these books.
    • Books are found as drops from mobs in Northrend.
    • They are Bind on Equip (BoE), meaning they can be sold or traded between players.
  • Requirements:
    • Found or purchased Book of Glyph Mastery.
  • Note:
    • There are 54 Glyphs learnable only through these books.
    • These books are the sole method to learn some specific Glyphs, so you’ll need them even if you perform daily research.
How To Use Research in Inscription
  1. Perform Research Regularly:
    • Engage in daily research to continuously learn new Glyph recipes.
    • Ensure you have the necessary materials for each research type.
  2. Utilize Books of Glyph Mastery:
    • Farm them, buy them from the Auction House, or trade with other players.
  3. Craft and Learn:
    • After using a research technique or reading a book, a new Glyph recipe will be learned, which you can then craft using your Inscription skills.
Important Points
  • Research is essential for scribes wanting to learn all Glyphs.
  • Some Glyphs are only available through specific research methods.
  • Engaging in research daily allows for the steady accumulation of new Glyph recipes.

Required Materials

  • Level 1-100:
    • 110 Alabaster-giving herbs
      • Examples: Peacebloom, Silverleaf, Earthroot
      • Used to make Ivory Ink
  • Level 100-150:
    • 70 Dusky-giving herbs
      • Examples: Briarthorn, Bruiseweed, Mageroyal, Stranglekelp, Swiftthistle
      • Used to make Midnight Ink
  • Level 150-200:
    • 170 Golden-giving herbs
      • Examples: Fadeleaf, Khadgar’s Whisker, Firebloom
      • Used to make Lion’s Ink
  • Level 200-250:
    • 170 Emerald-giving herbs
      • Examples: Dragon’s Teeth, Fadeleaf, Goldthorn, Khadgar’s Whisker
  • Level 250-300:
    • 240 Violet-giving herbs
      • Examples: Arthas’ Tears, Blindweed, Firebloom, Ghost Mushroom, Gromsblood, Purple Lotus, Sungrass
  • Level 300-350:
    • 120 Silvery-giving herbs
      • Examples: Dreamfoil, Golden Sansam, Icecap, Mountain Silversage, Sorrowmoss
  • Level 350-400:
    • 180 Nether-giving herbs
      • Examples: Ancient Lichen, Dreaming Glory,Felweed, Mana Thistle, Netherbloom, Nightmare Vine, Ragveil, Terocone
  • Level 400-450:
    • 500 Azure-giving herbs
      • Examples: Adder’s Tongue, Deadnettle, Fire Leaf, Fire Seed, Goldclover,Icethorn, Lichbloom, Talandra’s Rose, Tiger Lily
  • Level 450-525:
    • 600 Ashen-giving herbs
      • Examples: Cinderbloom, Whiptail and other Cataclysm herbs
      • Used to make Blackfallow Ink and Inferno Ink
Important Notes
  • Do not mill all herbs at once; mill as needed to avoid wasting materials.
  • The list above is a rough guideline and the actual number of herbs needed might be lower or higher depending on your luck with milling and the specific recipes you decide to craft.
  • Always check the Auction House for the availability of cheap herbs, pigments, or inks.

Inscription Trainer Locations

  • Jo’mah (56.2, 46.6), Orgrimmar
  • Margaux Parchley (61.8, 58.8), Undercity
  • Poshken Hardbinder (29.2, 21.8), Thunder Bluff
  • Zantasia (69.6, 24.6), Silvermoon City
  • Neferatti (52.2, 36.0), Hellfire Peninsula
  • Adelene Sunlance (41.2, 53.8), Borean Tundra
  • Booker Kells (79.4, 29.2), Howling Fjord
  • Catarina Stanford (49.8, 74.6), Stormwind City
  • Elise Brightletter (60.6, 44.8), Ironforge
  • Feyden Darkin (59.4, 12.8), Darnassus
  • Thoth (39.8, 38.8), The Exodar
  • Michael Schwan (54.0, 65.6), Hellfire Peninsula
  • Mindri Dinkles (58.2, 62.6), Howling Fjord
  • Tink Brightbolt (57.6, 71.6), Borean Tundra
  • Recorder Lidio (36.2, 44.6), Shattrath City
  • Scribe Lanloer (56.6, 74.6), Shattrath City
  • Arthur Denny (71.6, 20.8), Icecrown
  • Professor Pallin (42.6, 37.8), Dalaran

Apprentice: 1 – 75

Skill Level
Recipe
Materials Required
Quantity to Craft
1-19
Ivory Ink
– Alabaster Pigment
18
19-35
Scroll of Stamina
– Ivory Ink x1
– Light Parchment x1
16
35-53
Moonglow Ink
– Alabaster Pigment
44 (22 crafts, assuming 2 pigments per craft)
53-75
Enchanting Vellum
– Moonglow Ink x1
– Light Parchment x2
22
Materials Summary
  • Alabaster Pigments: Needed for crafting both Ivory Ink and Moonglow Ink. Total Alabaster Pigments required: 62 (this is approximated and might vary based on your in-game results).
  • Light Parchment: Required for crafting Scroll of Stamina and Enchanting Vellum. Total needed: 60 (16 for scrolls, 44 for vellums).
Instructions
  • 1-19:
    • Mill Alabaster-giving herbs until you have at least 18 Alabaster Pigments.
    • Craft 18 Ivory Ink.
  • 19-35:
    • Craft 16 Scrolls of Stamina using the Ivory Ink and Light Parchment.
  • 35-53:
    • Continue to mill Alabaster-giving herbs until you have an additional 44 Alabaster Pigments.
    • Craft Moonglow Ink until you reach skill level 53.
  • 53-75:
    • Using the Moonglow Ink and Light Parchment, craft Enchanting Vellum until you reach skill level 75.

Journeyman: 75 – 150

Skill Level
Recipe
Materials Required
Quantity to Craft
75-80
Midnight Ink
– 42 Dusky Pigment
21
80-101
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Midnight Ink x3
– Light Parchment x1
7
101-105
Lion’s Ink
– 80 Golden Pigment
40
105-126
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Lion’s Ink x3
– Common Parchment x1
7
*Always choose Glyphs that are orange in your crafting list to maximize skill-up potential.
Materials Summary
  • Dusky Pigment: 42 units needed for Midnight Ink.
  • Midnight Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 80-101.
  • Golden Pigment: 80 units needed to craft Lion’s Ink.
  • Lion’s Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 105-126.
  • Light Parchment: 7 units needed for Glyphs between skill levels 80-101.
  • Common Parchment: 7 units needed for Glyphs between skill levels 105-126.
Instructions
  • 75-80:
    • Mill Dusky-giving herbs until you have 42 Dusky Pigments.
    • Craft 21 Midnight Ink.
  • 80-101:
    • Craft any Glyph that is orange to you using 3 Midnight Ink and 1 Light Parchment per Glyph. Make 7 Glyphs.
    • Glyphs turn yellow after 10 points, at which point you should learn new recipes and select another orange Glyph to continue.
  • 101-105:
    • Mill Golden-giving herbs until you have 80 Golden Pigments.
    • Craft 40 Lion’s Ink. If you haven’t reached 105, craft any orange Glyph.
  • 105-126:
    • Craft any Glyph that is orange to you using 3 Lion’s Ink and 1 Common Parchment per Glyph. Aim to craft Glyphs while they’re orange.
    • Glyphs turn yellow after 5 points. Learn new recipes and choose another orange Glyph to continue leveling.

Expert: 125 – 200

Skill Level
Recipe
Materials Required
Quantity to Craft
125-150
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Lion’s Ink x3
– Common Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
150-155
Jadefire Ink
– 20 Emerald Pigment
10
155-175
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Jadefire Ink x3
– Common Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
175-190
Celestial Ink
– 30 Violet Pigment
15
190-200
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Celestial Ink x3
– Common Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
*Always choose Glyphs that are orange in your crafting list to maximize skill-up potential.
Materials Summary
  • Emerald Pigment: Needed to craft Jadefire Ink. You will require approximately 20 units for levels 150-155.
  • Jadefire Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 155-175.
  • Violet Pigment: Needed to craft Celestial Ink. You will require approximately 30 units for levels 175-190.
  • Celestial Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 190-200.
  • Common Parchment: Used for crafting Glyphs in this range.
Instructions
  • 125-150:
    • Continue crafting orange Glyphs using Lion’s Ink and Common Parchment until you reach skill level 150.
  • 150-155:
    • Mill Emerald-giving herbs until you have 20 Emerald Pigments.
    • Craft 10 Jadefire Ink.
  • 155-175:
    • Craft Glyphs that are orange using 3 Jadefire Ink and 1 Common Parchment per Glyph. Change Glyphs when they turn yellow to continue getting more skill-ups.
  • 175-190:
    • Mill Violet-giving herbs until you have 30 Violet Pigments.
    • Craft 15 Celestial Ink.
  • 190-200:
    • Craft Glyphs that are orange using 3 Celestial Ink and 1 Common Parchment per Glyph until you reach skill level 200.

Artisan: 200 – 290

Skill Level
Recipe
Materials Required
Quantity to Craft
200-205
Shimmering Ink
– 10 Silvery Pigment
5
205-225
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Shimmering Ink x3
– Heavy Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
225-227
Ink of the Sky
– 4 Nether Pigment
2
227-245
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Ink of the Sky x3
– Heavy Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
245-250
Ethereal Ink
– 10 Nether Pigment
5
250-270
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Ethereal Ink x3
– Heavy Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
270-275
Darkflame Ink
– 10 Inferno Pigment
5
275-290
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Darkflame Ink x3
– Heavy Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
*Always choose Glyphs that are orange in your crafting list to maximize skill-up potential.
*The exact number of Glyphs to craft may vary, so be prepared to adjust your plan as needed.
Materials Summary
  • Silvery Pigment: Needed to craft Shimmering Ink (approximately 10 units).
  • Shimmering Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 205-225.
  • Nether Pigment: Needed to craft both Ink of the Sky and Ethereal Ink (approximately 14 units in total).
  • Ink of the Sky: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 227-245.
  • Ethereal Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 250-270.
  • Inferno Pigment: Needed to craft Darkflame Ink (approximately 10 units).
  • Darkflame Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 275-290.
  • Heavy Parchment: Used for crafting Glyphs in this range.
Instructions
  • 200-205:
    • Mill Silvery-giving herbs to obtain 10 Silvery Pigments.
    • Craft 5 Shimmering Ink.
  • 205-225:
    • Craft Glyphs that are orange using Shimmering Ink until skill level 225.
  • 225-227:
    • Mill Nether-giving herbs to obtain 4 Nether Pigments.
    • Craft 2 Ink of the Sky.
  • 227-245:
    • Continue crafting orange Glyphs using Ink of the Sky until skill level 245.
  • 245-250:
    • Use the Nether Pigments obtained earlier to craft 5 Ethereal Ink.
  • 250-270:
    • Craft orange Glyphs using Ethereal Ink until skill level 270.
  • 270-275:
    • Mill Inferno-giving herbs to obtain 10 Inferno Pigments.
    • Craft 5 Darkflame Ink.
  • 275-290:
    • Craft Glyphs using Darkflame Ink until skill level 290.

Master: 290 – 350

Skill Level
Recipe
Materials Required
Quantity to Craft
290-300
Ink of the Sea
– 20 Azure Pigment
10
300-310
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Ink of the Sea x3
– Heavy Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
310-315
Celestial Ink
– 10 Azure Pigment
5
315-325
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Celestial Ink x3
– Heavy Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
325-327
Fiery Ink
– 4 Burning Embers
2
327-340
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Fiery Ink x3
– Heavy Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
340-350
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– Fiery Ink x3
– Resilient Parchment x1
Varies (See Instructions)
*Always choose Glyphs that are orange in your crafting list to maximize skill-up potential.
*The exact number of Glyphs to craft may vary, so be prepared to adjust your plan as needed.
Materials Summary
  • Azure Pigment: Needed to craft both Ink of the Sea and Celestial Ink (approximately 30 units).
  • Ink of the Sea: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 300-310.
  • Celestial Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 315-325.
  • Burning Embers: Needed to craft Fiery Ink (approximately 4 units).
  • Fiery Ink: Used for crafting orange Glyphs between skill levels 327-350.
  • Heavy Parchment: Used for crafting Glyphs from 300 to 340.
  • Resilient Parchment: Used for crafting Glyphs from 340 to 350.
Instructions
  • 290-300:
    • Mill Azure-giving herbs to obtain 20 Azure Pigments.
    • Craft 10 Ink of the Sea.
  • 300-310:
    • Craft Glyphs that are orange using Ink of the Sea until skill level 310.
  • 310-315:
    • Using additional Azure Pigments, craft 5 Celestial Ink.
  • 315-325:
    • Continue crafting orange Glyphs using Celestial Ink until skill level 325.
  • 325-327:
    • Mill herbs that yield Burning Embers to obtain 4 units.
    • Craft 2 Fiery Ink.
  • 327-340:
    • Craft Glyphs using Fiery Ink until you reach skill level 340.
  • 340-350:
    • Continue crafting Glyphs using Fiery Ink and Resilient Parchment until skill level 350.

Grand Master: 350 – 425

Skill Level
Recipe
Materials Required
Quantity to Craft
350-355
Ink of the Sea
– 200 Azure Pigment
100
355-360
Scroll of Spirit VII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
5
360-365
Scroll of Intellect VII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
– 10 Resilient Parchment
5
365-370
Scroll of Strength VII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
– 10 Resilient Parchment
5
370-375
Scroll of Agility VII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
– 10 Resilient Parchment
5
375-379
Snowfall Ink
– Icy Pigment
Varies
379-382
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– 3 Ink of the Sea
1
382-385
Glyph of… (Orange)*
– 15 Ink of the Sea
5
385-386
Northrend Inscription Research
– 3 Ink of the Sea
– 5 Resilient Parchment
– Snowfall Ink
1
386-400
Any Discovered Major Glyph
– 45 Ink of the Sea
– 15 Resilient Parchment
15
400-405
Scroll of Stamina VIII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
– 10 Resilient Parchment
5
405-410
Scroll of Spirit VIII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
– 10 Resilient Parchment
5
410-415
Scroll of Intellect VIII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
– 10 Resilient Parchment
5
415-420
Scroll of Strength VIII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
– 10 Resilient Parchment
5
420-425
Scroll of Agility VIII
– 5 Ink of the Sea
– 10 Resilient Parchment
5
*Always choose Glyphs that are orange in your crafting list to maximize skill-up potential.
*The exact number of Glyphs to craft may vary, so be prepared to adjust your plan as needed.
Materials Summary
  • Azure Pigment: For crafting Ink of the Sea.
  • Ink of the Sea: Primary ingredient for crafting scrolls and glyphs.
  • Resilient Parchment: Required for crafting scrolls and glyphs.
  • Icy Pigment: For crafting Snowfall Ink.
  • Snowfall Ink: Used in Northrend Inscription Research.
Instructions
  • 350-355: Craft 100 [Ink of the Sea] using 200 Azure Pigment.
  • 355-360: Produce 5 [Scroll of Spirit VII] with 5 Ink of the Sea.
  • 360-365: Create 5 [Scroll of Intellect VII] using 5 Ink of the Sea and 10 Resilient Parchment.
  • 365-370: Craft 5 [Scroll of Strength VII] with 5 Ink of the Sea and 10 Resilient Parchment.
  • 370-375: Make 5 [Scroll of Agility VII] using 5 Ink of the Sea and 10 Resilient Parchment.
  • 375-379: Use your Icy Pigment to craft [Snowfall Ink]. Keep the extra for Northrend Inscription Research. Important: Stop at 379!
  • 379-382: Craft 1 Glyph using 3 Ink of the Sea (any Glyph that is orange to your skill level).
  • 382-385: Produce 5 Glyphs that are yellow to your skill level, using 15 Ink of the Sea in total.
  • 385-386: Perform [Northrend Inscription Research] using 3 Ink of the Sea, 5 Resilient Parchment, and Snowfall Ink. This process helps discover new Glyph recipes.
  • 386-400: Craft 15 of any discovered Major Glyphs using 45 Ink of the Sea and 15 Resilient Parchment.
  • 400-405: Produce 5 [Scroll of Stamina VIII] with 5 Ink of the Sea and 10 Resilient Parchment.
  • 405-410: Craft 5 [Scroll of Spirit VIII] using 5 Ink of the Sea and 10 Resilient Parchment.
  • 410-415: Make 5 [Scroll of Intellect VIII] with 5 Ink of the Sea and 10 Resilient Parchment.
  • 415-420: Craft 5 [Scroll of Strength VIII] using 5 Ink of the Sea and 10 Resilient Parchment.
  • 420-425: Produce 5 [Scroll of Agility VIII] with 5 Ink of the Sea and 10 Resilient Parchment.

Illustrious: 425 – 525

Skill Level
Recipe
Materials Required
Quantity to Craft
425 – 450
Blackfallow Ink
– 230 Ashen Pigment
115
450 – 460
Mysterious Fortune Card
– 10 Blackfallow Ink
– 10 Resilient Parchment
10
460 – 475
Adventurer’s Journal
– 15 Blackfallow Ink
– 60 Resilient Parchment
15
475 – 482
Inferno Ink
– Burning Embers (as many as you have)
Variable
482 – 490
Dust of Disappearance
– 15 Blackfallow Ink (alternative)
15 (if needed)
490 – 500
Etched Horn (Alt.)
– 8 Inferno Ink
– Scavenged Dragon Horn
2 (if needed)
500 – 510
Origami Beetle
– Technique: Origami Beetle
Until 510
510 – 520
Forged Documents (Alt.)*
– Very minimal
Until 520 or 525
520 – 525
Choose One: Notched Jawbone, Silver Inlaid Leaf, or Tattooed Eyeball
– Varies (see below)
1
*Has a 24 hour cooldown but mats are cheap. If you don’t want to wait for the cd then make 4 [Divine Companion] or [Battle Tome] or [Dungeoneering Guide]
Materials Summary
  • 230 Ashen Pigment
  • At least 35 Blackfallow Ink (plus extra depending on your path)
  • 70 Resilient Parchment (minimum)
  • Burning Embers (as many as you have)
  • Scavenged Dragon Horn (if you choose Etched Horn)
  • Materials for one of the final items (Notched Jawbone, Silver Inlaid Leaf, or Tattooed Eyeball)

For Final Items:

  • Notched Jawbone: 12 Inferno Ink, 36 Volatile Life, 12 Volatile Earth, Bleached Jawbone
  • Silver Inlaid Leaf: 12 Inferno Ink, 36 Volatile Life, 12 Volatile Air, Silver Charm Bracelet
  • Tattooed Eyeball: 12 Inferno Ink, 36 Volatile Life, 12 Volatile Water, Preserved Ogre Eye
Instructions
  • Start by crafting 115 Blackfallow Inks using Ashen Pigment until you reach level 450.
  • Craft 10 Mysterious Fortune Cards until level 460.
  • From 460 to 475, create 15 Adventurer’s Journals.
  • Convert all available Burning Embers to Inferno Inks between 475 and 482.
  • If you have the Technique: Origami Slime, you can use it to level from 482 to 490; otherwise, craft Dust of Disappearance as an alternative.
  • For levels 490 to 500, you can farm and use Technique: Origami Rock, or alternatively craft 2 Etched Horns if you have Scavenged Dragon Horns.
  • Farm for Technique: Origami Beetle in Uldum and craft Origami Beetles until you reach level 510.
  • Use Forged Documents (or alternative items) to reach level 520 or even 525 if you prefer. Ensure you have the necessary minimal materials for Forged Documents.
  • Finally, choose and craft one of the final items (Notched Jawbone, Silver Inlaid Leaf, or Tattooed Eyeball) to reach level 525. Ensure you have the respective materials for the item you choose to craft.

 

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Dave
Dave
2 months ago

As I read this Northrend Herbs are not listed do they still play a roll

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