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We've just updated our WoW Classic guide section with a General Professions Guide, where you can find detailed information about each Profession, and a Goldmaking Guide, which offers insight into the most profitable Professions in WoW Classic.

General Professions Guide

In the General Professions Guide, you will learn more about leveling Professions in WoW Classic, Profession ranks, and types of Professions, with links to the individual guides.

Professions Tier List 

Our Goldmaking Guide comes with a Tier List of Professions and we rank them based on profitability.

To learn more about the rationale behind our ranking, check out the guide here.

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Just worth mentioning this, because all the guides out there are based off private servers or even the old vanilla wow.

If you wish to change profession specialisation, say from Tribal LW to Elemental LW, it is possible in Classic.

You need to go to Tanaris, find the NPC called "Narain Soothfancy" in the hut just up from the other huts you gets quests from in Steamwheedle Port (East Tanaris) and on the table is a book called "Soothsaying for Dummies".

Click the book and you're given a choice of switching specialisations for your profession.

 

I did this today, changed from Tribal to Elemental LW.

It costs no gold to do so, vaguely remember back in vanilla that it cost 150g or something similar.

 

If you look for an answer on wowhead or reddit etc., people are saying you cannot change specialisations, it's not true, you can and it's free.

 

Anyway, there you go. 

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Worth mentioning, Eng is probably the most used prof for end game. Nearly every class can get something useful out of it for both pvp and pve. 

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8 minutes ago, Whisla said:

Worth mentioning, Eng is probably the most used prof for end game. Nearly every class can get something useful out of it for both pvp and pve. 

Indeed. I am guessing this tier list will get updated in the coming weeks.

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14 hours ago, OxO said:

Just worth mentioning this, because all the guides out there are based off private servers or even the old vanilla wow.

If you wish to change profession specialisation, say from Tribal LW to Elemental LW, it is possible in Classic.

You need to go to Tanaris, find the NPC called "Narain Soothfancy" in the hut just up from the other huts you gets quests from in Steamwheedle Port (East Tanaris) and on the table is a book called "Soothsaying for Dummies".

Click the book and you're given a choice of switching specialisations for your profession.

 

I did this today, changed from Tribal to Elemental LW.

It costs no gold to do so, vaguely remember back in vanilla that it cost 150g or something similar.

 

If you look for an answer on wowhead or reddit etc., people are saying you cannot change specialisations, it's not true, you can and it's free.

 

Anyway, there you go. 

I legitimately didn't know about this! thanks for bringing it to my attention. I'm a LW on my rogue and soon approaching it.

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Worth also mentioning that even though tailoring/BS sucks to level, isn't profitable etc, every guild will want some for creating fire resist (MC/BWL), and later frost resist gear.

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3 hours ago, Whisla said:

Worth mentioning, Eng is probably the most used prof for end game. Nearly every class can get something useful out of it for both pvp and pve. 

The ranking is based purely on the gold they generate, not the usefulness of them in PvP/PvE. We have advice on that in the class guides instead, since a ranking wouldn't make much sense for all classes.

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20 hours ago, Whisla said:

Worth mentioning, Eng is probably the most used prof for end game. Nearly every class can get something useful out of it for both pvp and pve. 

Ya do to the flexibility of the different things you can craft it should be a little higher, also the only reason why mostly skinning is top tier is mostly the early gold advantage and how good it still is late game. The only reason I have tailoring on priest is because of one late game item.

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