WoW Enchanting Guide
Enchanting is a very popular profession in
WoW, but is also one of the most difficult to learn.
However, it is certainly time well spent since you will be
able to use these abilities regularly. Enchanters have the
ability not only to enchant items, by adding special
attributes to them, but they can also disenchant items.
This comes in handy in numerous occasions in the game.
While enchanting is not for everyone, if you do have a good
deal of patience and you think that this skill would be of use
to you, it’s truly worthwhile to give it a try. With the right
strategy, learning your enchanting profession doesn’t have to
be hard. In fact, we’re going to make it really easy for
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Once you decide that you’re going to get into learning
enchanting you’re going to need to find a trainer to get your
apprenticeship. This is very easy to do and they are available
in many locations in larger cities. Once you have this done,
you’ll also need to choose a secondary profession. Most people
pick tailoring, but your options are pretty open. Keep in mind
that you won’t need to do any gathering for your profession, so
you won’t need to pick a secondary profession that is based
around gathering, such as mining.
Now, you’re going to need an item to enchant as well as the
recipe for enchanting it. If you do plan to disenchant an item,
please remember that this will effectively destroy it.
Unfortunately, once you do this, there is no way to take back
your disenchantment, so use it carefully.
Enchanted Armor set
Let’s start the actual process of enchanting. We’ll be
working on an Enchant Bracer which is worn on the wrist to
deflect objects. For this recipe, you’re going to need strange
dust and lesser magic essence. If you don’t already have these
items, you’ll need to purchase them from the auction house or
from a vendor.
Once you have the items you need, you can open up your
spellbook and go to the enchanting window. Just follow the
instructions and you’ll have your first enchanted item. Now,
this is an item that is for level 1, so you’ll need to keep
going to get up past 300.
At times, you may need to disenchant an item to collect the
special dusts and poweders that you need. Open up your
spellbook and select disenchant. Now move your mouse over to
the item that you want to disenchant. It may take a few minutes
to complete the process. Remember, there is no turning back
once you start this process.
If you need to get dust and other items for your enchanting
recipes, disenchanting items is probably the easiest and
cheapest way to go about it. Here’s a quick guide to help you
get what you need:
Dust – Green Armor
Essence – Green Weapons
Shard – Blue Items
Nexus Crystal – Purple Items (up to 60)
Void Crystals – Purple Items (after level 60)
What to Do With Your Skill
Now that you’re enchanting items, you’re going to need to do
something with them. A lot of players like to trade enchanted
items and this is the main reason that enchanting is considered
one of the more social skills. You can also sell your items to
other players or auction them off in the auction house.
You've reached the end of page one of my WoW Enchanting
Guide. For page 2, where you'll learn how to advance your skill
to 375, see: World of Warcraft
Enchanting Guide (page 2)
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