What’s up guy and girl players of World of Warcraft. This is Ryutarou AkA Tarou and in this video I’ll be showing you how to easily make gold with Leatherworking in patch 3.3.5! For more FREE WoW guides, check out my website at tarouwowguides.com Making gold with Leatherworking is pretty simple and doesn’t require much time to do at all. It’s one of those professions that isn’t high in popularity and therefore usually has low competition.

It’s also very basic and you only need to spend about 15-20 minutes crafting the items and listing them. On top of that, it doesn’t take more than a few hundred gold to get started. This guide will show the average max and your server may do better or worse depending on its economy. Through weeks of testing I’ve found epic leg enchants, bags, drums, iLvl 226 epics, and iLvl 245 epics to have the best profit and sell rate. You can ofcourse experiment with iLvl 200 epics and other items but I’ve found them to not sell well, if at all, in Patch 3.3.5. To start off, you’ll want to check the Auction House for the best Leatherworking item sellers and get a rough idea of what the mats will cost to make the items. I’ll have all the items listed out on my website to make it easier for you. I like to check epic leg enchants first. Here it looks like Frosthide Leg Armor is the only one worth it for now.

To make them, I’ll need two Arctic Fur which are 54, 55 gold each. I can also trade 10 Heavy Borean Leather for an Arctic Fur at the trader in Dalaran for about 4-5g cheaper so, that’s what I’ll do. It pays to always check which way is cheaper. You can also message the sellers directly and try to buy from them in bulk to get an even better deal.

Next, I’ll check the materials for the epic 226, 245 leather pieces. Crusader and Runed Orbs are pretty expensive and Frozen Orbs were only 20g each so I’ll use the cheap Frozen Orbs and trade them for Crusader and Runed Orbs at the Frozen Orb Trader in Dalaran. After getting together all the mats, it’s time to make the items and list them on the Auction House. Since Leatherworking doesn’t have a lot of items to sell, you don’t really need any addons but, using an auction type addon like Auctioneer or Auctionator can be helpful. For most Leatherworking items, I like to list them for 12 or 24 hours and undercut any competition.

You’ll also notice I don’t list items for an insane amount even if there isn’t competition. I have a general idea what the people on my server are willing to pay and I’m not gonna try to gouge them. Alright, it’s time to collect the gold from my mailbox. Not too bad, 2,664g net minus 1,740g material costs equals 924g in profit with just 20 minutes worth of effort. None of the iLvl226 or iLvl245 pieces sold is this video but, they did all sell a few days later. I could’ve also done with out the epic leg enchants as the profit margin didn’t work out to be very much at all. All in all though, Leatherworking is a nice, laid back profession that doesn’t require much to maintain. You may not make insane amounts of gold but, you also won’t likely have as many headaches as some other professions.

And 924g in 20minutes is pretty sick in my opinion but, you can let me know what you think in the comment section below. So that’s it for this Leatherworking Gold Guide for Patch 3.and I hope you liked it. Please subscribe and visit tarouwowguides.com for more FREE wow guides! Thanks for watching! “Now go PvE or Something!”.

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