World of Warcraft Engineering Levelling Guide


Professions have been split between the factions, and every expansion has a separate skill bar. The following guide is for players trying to train their Vanilla Engineering profession of the World of Warcraft retail version. The materials used in this profession are often based on one skill point per craft. However, this situation won’t occur, so you are not required to buy any extra materials during your levelling journey. In this guide, we will show you the fastest and cheapest way to level up your Engineering profession from 1 to 300. So, fasten your seat belts because we are about to begin!

Approximate Materials Required

60 x Rough Stone, 36 x Copper Bar, 20 x Coarse Stone, 20 x Linen Cloth, 107 x Bronze Bar (54 Copper Bar + 54 Tin Bar if you have the Mining profession), 2 x Tigerseye, 30 x Heavy Stone, 60 x Wool Cloth, 15 x Medium Leather, 4 x Steel Bar, 120 x Solid Stone, 161 x Mithril Bar, 20 x Mageweave Cloth, 40 x Dense Stone, 195 x Thorium Bar, and 25 x Runecloth.

How to locate the Engineering trainers?

Engineering can be learned from one of the trainers located in the central cities of Azeroth. In case you have any trouble locating the trainers, you can walk up to a city guard and ask them the precise location. Doing so will pinpoint the location with a red marker on the map.
Horde Trainers – Roxxik in Orgrimmar, Engineer Palehoof in Thunder Bluff, Danwe in Silvermoon City, and Franklin Lloyd in Undercity.

Alliance Trainers – Lilliam Sparkspindle in Stormwind City, Springspindle Fizzlegear in Ironforge, and Tana Lentner in Darnassus.

The Engineering Tools

The tools that are required to craft most of the Engineering items are; Blacksmith Hammer, Archlight Spanner, and Gyromatic Micro-Adjustor. You can purchase the Blacksmith Hammer from an Engineering or Blacksmith supply vendor, Archlight requires level 50 in the Vanilla Engineering skill to craft, and Gyromatic Micro-Adjustor required level 175 in the Vanilla Engineering skill to craft.

A Gnomish Army Knife is a good suggestion to save up some bag space. The reason is that it replaces the above tools, so you won’t have to carry any of the listed items. Aside from that, it also replaces Jeweler’s Kit, Runed Copper Rod, and Virtuoso Inking Set. You can either buy an Ultimate Gnomish Army Knife from the Auction House, craft the same after learning Draenor Engineering, or craft the normal variant after learning Northrend Engineering.

Levels 1 to 100

You can start with crafting Rough Blasting Powder (Rough Stone) till level 30, and then switch to Handful of Copper Bolts (Copper Bar) till level 50. However, you will need to purchase a Blacksmith Hammer from an Engineering or Blacksmith supply vendor, located near your respective trainers. You won’t need one if you have a Gnomish Army Knife. Now, start crafting Rough Copper Bomb (Rough Blasting Powder and Handful Copper Bolts) till level 75, and then craft Coarse Blasting Powder (Coarse Stone) till level 90, and finally switch to Coarse Dynamite (Coarse Blasting Powder and Linen Cloth) till level 100 in this engineering leveling guide.

Levels 100 to 160

You can start by crafting Clockwork Box (Bronze Bar) till level 113, and then switch to using the Clockwork Box till you reach level 125. Now, craft Flying Tiger Goggles (Bronze Bar and Tigerseye) till level 130, and then make Heavy Blasting Power (Heavy Stone) and Whirring Bronze Gizmo (Bronze Bar and Wool Cloth) till you reach level 150. Also, you will need both the items later, so save them. Finally make Bronze Framework (Bronze Bar, Medium Leather, and Wool Cloth) till you reach level 160 Engineering in this engineering leveling guide.

Levels 160 to 216

You can start with Explosive Sheep (Heavy Blasting Powder, Whirring Bronze Gizmo, Bronze Framework, and Wool Cloth) till level 175, and then switch to Gyromatic Micro-Adjustors (Steel Bars) till level 176. Moving on – make Solid Blasting Powder (Solid Stone) till level 195, and Mithril Tube (Mithril Bar) till level 200. The following profession has the option to specialize in Gnomish or Goblin Engineering at level 200. The quests can be obtained from your respective trainers, and the only difference between both factions is their respective teleporters and the abilities of their trinkets. Finally, craft Unstable Trigger (Mithril Bar, Mageweave Cloth, and Solid Blasting Powder) till you reach level 300 in this wow engineering guide.

Levels 216 to 300

For the last levels in this wow engineering guide, you can start by crafting Mithril Casing (Mithril Bar) till you reach level 238, and then switch Hi-Explosive Bombs (Mithril Casings, Unstable Trigger, and Solid Blasting Powder) Till level 250. Move forward with making Dense Blasting Powder (Dense Stone) till level 260, and then switch to crafting Thorium Widget (Thorium Bar and Runecloth) till you reach level 285. Finally, end your journey by crafting Thorium Tubes (Thorium Bar) till you reach level 300.

World of Warcraft Frost Mage Leveling Build

What is the best Frost Mage Leveling Build? This question has been asked by scholars and knowledge seekers since the dawn of time! Well…maybe not the dawn of time…but for a long time. In this installment of articles about the best leveling builds for World of Warcraft classes, we look at the Frost Mage. Frost has long been the popular choice for leveling due to its survivability, farming applications, and the control it gives to the user. A lot has changed since day one for frost mages, let’s take a look at the best frost mage leveling build out today!

Cookie Cutter Build

Since the Frost mage has so many options, and frankly almost every talent in the Frost tree is good, I’ve gone to level 30 and left the rest up to you. It’s purposely customizable, but one thing is for certain. These are the best talents to have while leveling up in World of Warcraft if you’re a frost mage. I’ve leveled 2 mages with various different builds and this one beats them all.

Improved Frostbolt is a much have. This increases your mobility while you’re casting as well as makes you a lot more efficient while spamming it on the target running at you. .5 Seconds doesn’t sound like a lot but it’s often the difference between an extra Frostbolt which may or may not be crit, giving you the edge.

Shatter is a great talent because it gives that much-needed Burst damage to the Frost Mage’s Arsenal. Fire is more known for the powerful burst, but with Shatter, you can do just as much as a Pyroblast if the time and situation are right. Plus, you’ve got the chill effect and other movement impairing abilities to save you. Fire doesn’t have near the control

Ice Shards is great because it increases all of your Frost Spell Damage. This is basically a given. Also though, it boosts Shatter’s damage by a lot. If you truly look into this, it’s very interesting how you can spec a Frost Mage so that most of the talents will interlock and sync up with each other. It’s this that makes any given Frost Mage Build great.

Frost Channeling will decrease your downtime, thus increasing your leveling efficiency. It’s a great talent to have and is often underestimated by new Frost Mages. Elemental Precision is there for those mobs you’ll have to solo while doing quests that are a teeny bit higher level than you. You’re going to come across them if you’re soloing, and you’ll want to be prepared.

How to Stay Occupied on World of Warcraft Private Realms

A lot of people that play World of Warcraft are very interested in playing on private test realms. Sometimes they even gather up groups of friends from the real World of Warcraft realms, or the ones that you’re required to pay for, and then start playing on private test realms as an alternative. There are definitely a few advantages to playing on these test realms. For one, you get what you want, and you get it fast. This can be both good and bad. What good is having the best equipment, for example, if everyone else has the same or better?
A lot of people prefer to play on test realms just for the fact that playing on test realms doesn’t require you to pay for a World of Warcraft subscription to blizzard. Legally, you’re supposed to purchase the full retail version of the game before even playing on these test realms, but many people find ways around it and prefer to just get the game from a friend and make an account on a private test realm.

So, you may be wondering how private test realms even stay interesting, if you start out so high and you can get through the game so effortlessly. The majority of the players on the Blizzard servers spend a lot of their time farming great gear, grinding, questing, gaining levels, and running through instances for drops, experience, or to make friends.

If you’re either already given all of these things on the private test realms, or can obtain them so easily, what do you do once you have all of this done? It’s obviously going to be pointless to continue running through these instances once you’ve hit the level cap and already have all of the best epic gear you can get.

What many people don’t realize, is the fact that there is a ton of content on private realms besides just leveing and running through instances than what appears to be. Most private test realms in World of Warcraft are based around the PVP aspect of the game. In the Blizzard servers, pvp is completely dull compared to the pvp action that goes on in well populated private WoW test realms. Since everyone can obtain their levels and gear easily, they’re able to pvp all the time, which is the part of the game that most people tend to like best.

There is pvp action almost everywhere in most test realms. You can raid stormwind. Attempt to make it into the undercity, since the population of players there will be much lower in test realms. Really, there is no limit as to what all you can do on a test realm. It’s amazing how great it is once you really get into it.

You haven’t experienced anything until you play on a PVP server and have both horde and alliance members in your guild. Communicate with everyone. Kill people and then rub their face in it!

Running instances and heroic dungeons is still extremely popular. A lot of people do this for quests to get their legendary equipment. Of course legendary equipment quests and farming is going to be extremely popular, since almost no server allows players to get these godly equips for nothing. However, most of the high tier epics are easy to get.

PvE is still even somewhat popular on these realms. A lot of realms require PvE to get the gold you need to buy equipment and upkeep your character’s repairs and what no. You’re really going to need to do PvE on any server, however the majority of private test realms aren’t based around PvE, all PvP.

I still would recommend at least giving private test realms a chance. I prefer them greatly to the normal Blizzard servers, for the reasons I’ve listed. Get involved, keep up with what’s going on in the world, and it’s pretty easy to spend hours having a great time!