Tailoring Guide for Season of Discovery (SoD) Phase 3

Tailoring 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 Tailoring profession, that means you’ll be able to weave together almost any garment or bag in the game.

Tailoring Leveling & Trainers

Check out our Classic Tailoring Guide for trainer locations, a leveling guide, and more. We also have a Cloth Farming Guide. Everything in those guides apply to Season of Discovery except for the level requirements for higher skill ranks (level 26 for Expert and level 41 for Artisan). There are some new recipes that are exclusive to Season of Discovery which we’ll cover in this guide, but they aren’t needed for leveling.

Learning Artisan Tailoring

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 Tailoring can only be learned from these specific trainers:

Since neither of these trainers is located in a major city, you may want to bring the materials to level

New Tailoring Patterns for Season of Discovery

Phase 3 brings three new patterns to the game for level 50 Bind-on-Pickup shoulder items for Tailors:

In Phase 2, there were two new patterns:

There were four new Tailoring plans in the game for Phase 1:

Phase 3 Tailoring Patterns

Here are the best Tailoring 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 three new shoulder pieces represent the only really good endgame items from Tailoring for Phase 3 while the Monocle from Phase 2 remains a decent option for most casters and healers. Dreamweave, Runecloth, and Black Mageweave pieces may be useful for characters who haven’t gotten better items from level 40-50 raids and dungeons. There may also be niche uses for items that increase Fire, Frost, and Shadow damage.

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
Pattern: Gneuro-Linked Arcano-Filament Monocle
Sold by Ziri “The Wrench” Littlesprocket in Gnomeregan
Pattern: Hyperconductive Arcano-Filament
Sold by Ziri “The Wrench” Littlesprocket in Gnomeregan
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Pattern: Runecloth Gloves
Sold by Qia in Winterspring
Pattern: Runecloth Cloak
Sold by Darnall in Moonglade
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Pattern: Admiral’s Hat
Sold by Cowardly Crosby in Stranglethorn Vale

Fire Damage Patterns

Item
Recipe
Materials
Pattern: Cloak of Fire
Drops from Overmaster Pyron in Searing Gorge
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills

Frost Damage Patterns

Item
Recipe
Materials

Shadow Damage Patterns

Item
Recipe
Materials
Pattern: Shadoweave Mask
Reward from The Undermarket in Searing Gorge
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Jalane Ayrole in Elwynn Forest
Josephine Lister in Tirisfal Glades
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Jalane Ayrole in Elwynn Forest
Josephine Lister in Tirisfal Glades
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Jalane Ayrole in Elwynn Forest
Josephine Lister in Tirisfal Glades

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 are two in the very first table and 4 in the Shirts table).

Item
Recipe
Materials
Drink a Elixir of Coalesced Regret and talk to the Dead Twilight cultist at Zoram Strand in Ashenvale (17, 26)
Pattern: Invoker’s Mantle
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Elynna in Darnassus
Borya in Orgrimmar
Pattern: Invoker’s Cord
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Elynna in Darnassus
Borya in Orgrimmar
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by Expert, Artisan, and Master Tailor trainers
Taught by any Tailoring trainer
Taught by any Tailoring trainer

Bags

There are still some larger bags that will be inaccessible until we reach level 60 content in future phases:

Below are the best bags that you can currently craft in Season of Discovery. You can still craft lower level bags, but they won’t be worth very much.

Item
Recipe
Materials
Pattern: Runecloth Bag
Sold by Qia in Winterpsring
Pattern: Enchanted Mageweave Pouch
Sold by Enchanting Supplies vendors, including:
Wow Alliance Crest Jessara Cordell in Stormwind City
Kithas in Orgrimmar
Pattern: Soul Pouch
Sold by Vizzklick in Tanaris

Shirts

While they don’t give any real in-game benefits, shirts are always in demand because everyone wants to look their best!

Tuxedo Jacket and Tuxedo Pants are always popular for bank alts as well, so we’ve included those here.

Item
Recipe
Materials
Pattern: Tuxedo Jacket
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Outfitter Eric in Ironforge
Millie Gregorian in Undercity
Pattern: Tuxedo Pants
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Outfitter Eric in Ironforge
Millie Gregorian in Undercity
Pattern: Tuxedo Shirt
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Outfitter Eric in Ironforge
Millie Gregorian in Undercity
Pattern: Pink Mageweave Shirt
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Outfitter Eric in Ironforge
Borya in Orgrimmar
Pattern: Lavender Mageweave Shirt
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Outfitter Eric in Ironforge
Borya in Orgrimmar
Pattern: Orange Martial Shirt
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Elynna in Darnassus
Mahu in Thunder Bluff
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Pattern: Black Swashbuckler’s Shirt
Sold by Narkk in Stranglethorn Vale
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Pattern: Dark Silk Shirt
Sold by:
Wow Alliance Crest Sheri Zipstitch in Duskwood
Mallen Swain in Hillsbrad Foothills
Taught by Expert, Artisan, and Master Tailor trainers
Taught by Expert, Artisan, and Master Tailor trainers
Taught by any Tailoring trainer
Taught by any Tailoring trainer
Taught by any Tailoring trainer
Taught by Apprentice and Journeyman Tailor trainers
Taught by any Tailoring trainer

Bolts of Cloth

Almost every Tailoring pattern requires bolts of cloth of the appropriate level range. Here’s how many pieces of cloth you’ll need for each bolt.

The Mooncloth pattern has a 4-day cooldown and you must be standing near a Moonwell to craft it. For Alliance, there are Moonwells at The Temple of the Moon in Darnassus and The Park in Stormwind City. For Horde, the most convenient will be near Splintertree Post in Ashenvale, around 59, 72. There are also Moonwells in Moonglade.

Item
Recipe
Materials
Pattern: Mooncloth
Sold by Qia in Winterspring
Taught by:
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
Daryl Stack in Hillsbrad Foothills
Wow Alliance Crest Georgio Bolero in Stormwind City
Wow Alliance Crest Timothy Worthington in Dustwallow Marsh
 Daryl Stackin Hillsbrad Foothills
 Josef Gregorian in Undercity
Taught by Expert, Artisan, and Master Tailor trainers
Taught by any Tailoring trainer
Taught by any Tailoring 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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drnitro
drnitro
5 months ago

this is in no way a “guide”..
heres some cool stuff we noticed getting posted in trade for sale.and how much cloth it takes to make a bolt. thats all i see here

gnarlie
gnarlie
Reply to  drnitro
5 months ago

Are you looking for a Tailoring leveling guide? Maybe you need to refine your search? This is a guide to relevant changes regarding SoD. Refer to normal Classic leveling guides.

Belessdumb
Belessdumb
4 months ago

Gotta love classic brained players and their inability to read and thus proving further in their responses that their brain function is just a skosh above that of a troglodyte. Their guides are clearly linked you dolts. Yes there are new patterns but at the moment would not affect you being able to use the classic guide to level this profession. Even wowhead just has you use the classic guide to level. They dont have a specific one for sod(Rolls eyes)

Appreciate the information Luxrah. I enjoy the cut to the chase info of ‘this is what you can make for this bracket’ in regards SoD.

Sal
Sal
4 months ago

Why doesn’t this so called guide show us how to level up tailoring ? Thats what most of us if not all are looking for.

Kamakazy
Kamakazy
5 months ago

No, you cannot just use normal classic guides considering the new patterns will change things. Unless you are saying all the new patterns are irrelevant when it comes to leveling. But we wouldn’t know that considering nothing along those lines were said.

Justin
Justin
Reply to  Luxrah
2 months ago

The only problem I see with using the original leveling guide is that one doesn’t know where to stop with the initial list of required materials. Just gonna have to play it by ear when I get to the mageweave section.

I think people are just *expecting* a leveling guide more than anything, and that’s what they search for when this returns as a result.

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