Leatherworking Guide for Season of Discovery (SoD) Phase 3

Leatherworking Guide for Season of Discovery (SoD)

Phase 3 of Season of Discovery brings the skill cap for professions to 300, allowing players to max out all of their crafting and gathering skills. For the Leatherworking profession, that means you’ll be able to stitch together most of the patterns in the game.

Leatherworking Leveling & Trainers

Check out our SoD Leatherworking Leveling Guide for a step-by-step walkthrough for leveling the Leatherworking profession!

Learning Artisan Leatherworking

From Phase 3 on, players will be able to level their professions all the way to 300 skill, or Artisan level – the maximum skill for Vanilla WoW.

Artisan Leatherworking can only be learned from these specific trainers:

Leatherworking Specializations

Along with Artisan Leatherworking, you can now choose one of the following specializations in Season of Discovery:

For a complete breakdown of what each specialization offers and a walkthrough for completing the quests, check out our Leatherworking Specializations Guide.

New Leatherworking Patterns for Season of Discovery

Phase 3 brings six new crafted shoulder items to the game for Leatherworking:

In Phase 2, five new patterns were added – one crafting component and four helms:

There were two new glove patterns added to the game for Phase 1:

Phase 3 Leatherworking Patterns

Here are the best Leatherworking patterns you can craft in Phase 3 of Season of Discovery. We’ve left out anything that requires higher level content to learn or a level higher than 50 to equip. There are still quite a lot of patterns to collect in Phase 4!

The six new shoulder pieces are the best endgame items you can craft with Leatherworking in Phase 3. Wild Leather items can be valuable if you proc good stats on them. There are a few other items that could see some niche use, particularly for characters who haven’t acquired better gear from dungeons and raids. Wolfshead Helm is also very much in demand for Feral Druids, but it requires the Tribal Leatherworking specialization to craft.

Item
Recipe
Materials
Earned by completing the epic crafting quest chain for Phase 3
Earned by completing the epic crafting quest chain for Phase 3
Earned by completing the epic crafting quest chain for Phase 3
Earned by completing the epic crafting quest chain for Phase 3
Earned by completing the epic crafting quest chain for Phase 3
Earned by completing the epic crafting quest chain for Phase 3
Wolfshead Helm
Tribal Leatherworkers only
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Caryssia Moonhunter at in Feralas
Se’Jib in Stranglethorn Vale
Helm of Fire
Elemental Leatherworkers only
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Sarah Tanner in Searing Gorge
Brumn Winterhoof in Arathi Mountains
Dragonscale Breastplate
Dragonscale Leatherworkers only
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Peter Galen in Azshara
Thorkaf Dragoneye in The Badlands
Feathered Breastplate
Tribal Leatherworkers only
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Caryssia Moonhunter at in Feralas
Wow Alliance Crest Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands
Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas
Se’Jib in Stranglethorn Vale

Armor Kits

Armor kits can be useful for tanks or anyone who doesn’t have a better enchantment to use in a given gear slot.

Item
Recipe
Materials
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Caryssia Moonhunter at in Feralas
Wow Alliance Crest Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands
Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by any Expert Leatherworker trainer
Learned with the Leatherworking skill

Quivers & Ammo Pouches

These are the best ammo bags you can craft, which are among the best in the game at this level. Hunters will always want the best ammo bag they can get because it increases the amount of ammo they can carry and also buffs their ranged attack speed.

Item
Recipe
Materials
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Caryssia Moonhunter at in Feralas
Wow Alliance Crest Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands
Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Caryssia Moonhunter at in Feralas
Wow Alliance Crest Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands
Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas

Cured Hides

Cured Hides are needed as materials for a number of patterns.

Item
Recipe
Materials
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Caryssia Moonhunter at in Feralas
Wow Alliance Crest Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands
Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by any Expert Leatherworker trainer
Taught by any Leatherworker trainer

Leather

You can combine pieces of lower level leather into leather of the next tier up.

Item
Recipe
Materials
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands
Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
 Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by any Expert Leatherworker trainer
Learned with the Leatherworking skill

Lower Level Patterns

These are lower level patterns that may still be useful even in Phase 3. Waylaid Supplies items are marked with an asterisk (*) in any table on this page (there is one in Armor Kits, two in the very first table, and four in Leather).

Item
Recipe
Materials
Pattern: Gneuro-Conductive Channeler’s Hood
Sold by Ziri “The Wrench” Littlesprocket in Gnomeregan
Pattern: Glowing Gneuro-Linked Cowl
Sold by Ziri “The Wrench” Littlesprocket in Gnomeregan
Pattern: Glowing Hyperconductive Scale Coif
Sold by Ziri “The Wrench” Littlesprocket in Gnomeregan
Pattern: Rad-Resistant Scale Hood
Sold by Ziri “The Wrench” Littlesprocket in Gnomeregan
Pattern: Faintly Glowing Leather
Sold by Ziri “The Wrench” Littlesprocket in Gnomeregan
Drink a Elixir of Coalesced Regret and talk to the Dead Twilight cultist at Zoram Strand in Ashenvale (17, 26)
Drink a Elixir of Coalesced Regret and talk to the Dead Twilight cultist at Zoram Strand in Ashenvale (17, 26)
Pattern: Heavy Leather Ball
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Bombus Finespindle in Ironforge
Tamar in Orgrimmar
Pattern: Gem-studded Leather Belt
Sold by Rikqiz in Stranglethorn Vale
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Pattern: Heavy Leather Ball
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Bombus Finespindle in Ironforge
Tamar in Orgrimmar
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Caryssia Moonhunter at in Feralas
Wow Alliance Crest Drakk Stonehand in The Hinterlands
Hahrana Ironhide in Feralas
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Telonis in Teldrassil
Una in Thunder Bluff
Taught by any Expert Leatherworker trainer
Taught by any Leatherworker trainer
Taught by any Leatherworker trainer

 

About the Author

Luxrah

I've been playing World of Warcraft on and off since vanilla, usually as a healer or caster and often as a guild leader. I play both retail and classic. I also love RPGs, sandboxes, and sims.
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ewfwe
ewfwe
4 months ago

not much of a guide..

Ryiay
Ryiay
Reply to  ewfwe
3 months ago

First paragraph has a link to the guide.

Check out our Classic Leatherworking Guide for trainer locations, a leveling guide, and more. “

Leni
Leni
2 months ago

You cannot get the Wild Leather patterns from Jangdor Swiftstrider in Camp Mojache!!!! Don’t be like me and head over there with 10 thick leather and all the leather working gear required because there is no option to turn in those items. I guess in the very beginning of phase 2 Blizzard made the Wild Leather patterns available from Jangdor but they took it away.

peecollector
peecollector
3 months ago

“Feral Druids will be disappointed to learn that the recipe for Wolfshead Helm is locked behind the Tribal Leatherworking quests.”

who the fuk wants a +10 spirit helm as feral?

Slummin
Slummin
Reply to  peecollector
3 months ago

You want it for the 20 energy it refunds. It’s BiS throughout classic and TBC.

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