Professions have always been the best way to make WOW Gold Classic . However it is a slightly more difficult part of gold making to execute with Legion's changes to professions. We have yet to see how Battle For Azeroth will affect this specific area of gold making. For example, in Legion herbs were very hard to get and VERY expensive as well as flasks, potions, and pretty much everything. In this case you'll see if people make their own alts with these professions or buy these items for the outrages prices on the AH. We'll see how BFA affects the economy. In BFA professions are split by Horde and Alliance, it's the same thing but one is referred to as Kul Tiran -Insert profession- and Zandalari -Insert profession
Alchemy – You will be able to create a large variety of useful potions that will heal, restore mana, regenerate health, let you move faster, breathe underwater, and so on.
Blacksmithing – You will be able to create all kinds of mail and plate weapons and armor
Enchanting – One of the most expensive professions to level, but you can save a lot of gold by disenchanting items, perhaps from Tailoring, into parts that you can sell or use. Use this skill to add enhancements to most of your, or your friends’, gear and weapons.
Engineering – Very expensive to level, but you will be able to create some nifty gadgets, including those motorcycles you see some people riding around in. Mining is a compatible profession, since you will go through a lot of metal to level this skill.
Inscription – Plays best with Herbalism. Not as grimly expensive to level as some of the others, but you will go through a lot of herbs. Create glyphs, cool magic items, and some enchants. It’s also a decent money maker.
Jewelcrafting – You can be your own Tiffany Diamonds Company. Well, not quite, but you will be able to cut all kinds of interesting gems and make some nice jewelry. This skill plays well with Mining, since you will “prospect” the ore for your gems. Jewelcrafting
Leatherworking – Plays best with skinning. There are a bazillion skinable mobs in WoW, skin them all and you’ll have enough materials to level this profession cheaply. At the higher levels you can make mail armor as well as leather, so this skill is great for Rogues, Druids, Shamen, and Hunters. Leatherworking
Tailoring – Save all that cloth that you’re collecting as you level up as you can use it to level your Tailoring skill. Mages, Priests, and Warlocks can create some nice armor and gear with this skill.
Leveling Herbalism – Yes, you’re a flower picker. Here’s where to go and what to pick to get your skill up. Herbalism is a nice little gold maker, too.
Leveling Skinning – Also a fine gold making skill. The skins can also be used in leatherworking and a couple of other skills. With a bazillion mobs to skin in the game you will never run out of skins to sell or use.
Leveling Mining – Another good skill for earning gold. Your ores are used by blacksmiths, engineers, Jewelcrafters, and sometimes others.
Cooking – As you’re traveling around the world, you’ll notice that you often receive pieces of meat, which, instead of being sold to merchants, could be used to create food. If you’re a player that relies on food, such as a non-healing player or a player that solos, food should become very important to you. You can buy food from merchants, but the food gained through cooking is nearly free and it is actually much more effective.
Fishing – As a secondary skill, fishing occupies its own unique space in World of Warcraft. Although it is essentially a gathering skill akin to skinning, herbalism, or mining, the mechanics of the skill make it almost like a mini-game. Just like the real-life equivalent, to become a master fisherman you’ll have to spend considerable time standing next to bodies of water while holding a fishing pole. Catching a fish will be a test of your reaction time, as you have to right-click the bobber immediately after you see it dip into the water indicating you’ve caught something. Along with the requisite marine life such as fish, eels, and squid, you also might haul up some odds and ends from time to time – including even valuable items, some of which may only be caught by fishing. The fish you catch can be eaten on their own to regain health, or they can be used in cooking recipes. The cooked fish will often provide useful effects when eaten. You will be needing a Fishing Pole which can be bought from a merchant who sells Profession-related items.
Archaeology (supposted to be added in patch 4.0) – Archaeology is the new secondary profession that will be joining the ranks of cooking, fishing, and first aid in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm. Archaeology allows the player to unlock new abilities and rewards by discovering ancient treasures throughout the world. Each archaeologist uses the profession to uncover clues hidden in the world around them, such as troll relics or map fragments, and decipher their meaning, enabling the clever archaeologist to manipulate pieces of the past, learning the location of a treasure cache or valuable artifact. Such artifacts are highly sought after by the Archaeology Society, and they pay in gold and items for their return. Those who have mastered archaeology can find Titan artifacts, earning special currency used to unlock character paths and allowing the player to further customize their character.
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