|WoW Leatherworking Pattern: Deviate Scale Belt|
The Leatherworking pattern for Deviate Scale Belt has been removed from World of Warcraft. It was once available from above the entrance to Wailing Caverns, but is no longer obtainable. Yep! The pattern is completely gone and unobtainable. Those of us that already had the pattern can still find the pattern listed in our Leatherworking profession crafting recipes list. Veteran Leatherworkers have a distinct advantage with this old Deviate Scale Belt pattern. Newer leatherworkers cannot learn this pattern, so there will never be any competition from new players. And as veteran players quit the game, there will be even less players with access to crafting the Deviate Scale Belts.
Deviate Scale Belt
- Pattern: Deviate Scale Belt Unobtainable
- Veteran Leatherworkers Can Still Craft Deviate Scale Belt
- Deviate Scales and Perfect Deviate Scales Are Still Available Within WoW
- Perfect & Regular Deviate Scales Are Cheap To Purchase
- Deviate Scale Belts Are Cheap To Craft
- Deviate Scale Belts Continue to Sell On The Auction House
Many classes use the Deviate Scale Belt as it is a nice item for the item level. Non-leather wearers also purchase these because there is no drawback for wearing non-ideal armor at low levels. This has always been a highly sought after piece of twink gear as well, so PvP and twink friendly servers should see even more sales.
Scoop Up Those Perfect Deviate Scales
A Leatherworker should be in constant search for Perfect Deviate Scales on the auction house. I like to buy mine when they are 2g or less each. The regular Deviate Scales are pretty easy to come buy and are dirt cheap. Having enough Perfect Deviate Scales to craft the Deviate Scale Belt is always the limiting factor. If I pay 2 gold or less per Perfect Deviate Scale, then a Deviate Scale Belt costs me less than 15 gold to craft. I commonly sold them for 35-45 gold. Now that the Leatherworking pattern is no longer available, I am able to raise my price to 60 gold each. No one else selling them currently means I have a monopoly and can set my prices. I try to stay at a price level to keep a nice hefty profitable sale without getting too many returned belts to relist.
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