Friday, November 12, 2010

Patch 4.0.1 New Leather Working Patterns Available (For Now)

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Patch 4.0.1 Leather Worker Changes
Patch 4.0.1 brought about many changes.  With the removal of the specializations, leather workers are now free to learn the recipes that were currently only available to your specialization choice.  There are no more tribal, elemental, or dragonscale leatherworking specialties.   Leather workers should stop by their trainers and pick up the 4 new recipes.

Careful Crafting These
I was an elemental leather worker, so I was able to grab 2 tribal and 2 dragonscale patterns.  They require either 260 or 330 skill to be learned from the trainer.  All 6 of the old specialization crafted items appear to be bugged.  The crafted items are still showing the specialization requirement and thus are unwearable by any characters since no leather workers have a specialization anymore.  These patterns may end up being removed completely. Weaponsmiths suffered that fate on all of their patterns that used to require the weaponsmith specializations.  Wouldn't suprise me to see these 6 leatherworking patterns disappear in an upcoming fix.

Ammo Pouches
The following recipes have been removed from the game since ammo is no longer required.

1 Light Leather Quiver
2 Small Leather Ammo Pouch
3 Heavy Quiver
4 Heavy Leather Ammo Pouch
5 Knothide Quiver
6 Knothide Ammo Pouch
7 Dragonscale Ammo Pouch
8 Nerubian Reinforced Quiver
9 Netherscale Ammo Pouch
10 Quickdraw Quiver
11 Thick Leather Ammo Pouch

The only ammo pouch to stay in the game is for Quiver of a Thousand Feathers, although it only requires 99 feathers to craft.  The quiver is now a 20 slot BoE bag, which puts it in competition with Frostweave Bags.  Looking at the materials required, don't waste your time crafting the quivers.  They have much higher material costs.

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  1. Thanks for the reminder. I'm going to check in with my trainer in Dalaran today.

    Don't remember ever seeing the quiver recipe for the quiver though. I do have tons of all the mats on hand (save the feathers, lol) so I may make one just to have.

    Do you know whether the other quivers are also becoming BoE bags? I see them in the AH for wicked cheap prices so if they convert to a usable bag later, might be a good investment.

  2. Also if you happened to have Ancient Sinew Wrapped Lamina quiver it turned into a 24 slot bag ^_^

  3. is there a way to know what all the patterns are so as i level my guy in LW i can make sire i have ALL LW patterns. also , thanks for this great site
    im currently "Small Egg" farming,,, how much should i stock up? 100 is good? or more?

  4. @ Bishops

    You can print out a list from wowhead, thottbot, or zam and use it as a checklist. There are also add-ons that assist with tracking recipes.

    As far as Eggs, you can sell 100 easily on Day 1, especialy since you list them as singles and stacks of 4 or 5

  5. There's one additional detail to the Quiver of a Thousand Truth that might make it a more attractive bag to sell than any other regular bag...

    It will be displayed on your back!
    Here's my own research on the subject:


  6. Forgot to mention, I mean the quiver will be displayed on your back regardless of if you're a hunter or not. Should display on any race/class back.

  7. I just get in my hunter LW, and find that my old dragonscale set is AL RED!!! Says I require dragonscale LW, but already got it!!! I made the set, its on my now(all red). Any ideas on this one?


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