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Leveling Inscription from 1 - 375. Leveling Inscription from 1 - 375 Introduction With the new expansion WoTLK coming, many new features have been added since patch 3.0.2. The new profession Inscription is one of them. Inscription is different from any profession to date while utilizes a lot of traits for other professions. The biggest difference between Inscription versus any other profession is at skill level 50+, you can start making "end game" items and glyphs (end game in the sense that level 70-80 players will want to use the items you've created). Image of the new Glyph Window How it Works: The Three Part Process Inscription is a three part process: Herbs -> Pigment -> Ink -> Glyphs. Types of Ink and How to Obtain Them ● Ivory Ink = 1 Alabaster Pigment. . ● Moonglow = 2 Alabaster Pigment. . ● Midnight = 2 Dusky Pigment. . ● Hunter's = 1 Verdant Pigment. . ● Lion's = 2 Golden Pigment. . ● Dawnstar = 1 Burnt Pigment.

Inscription Leveling Guide 1-450. Welcome - Glyphs - El's Inscription - WoW Inscription Guide. El, October 2008: Prices for trainable recipes will quickly settle just above the cost of making the item, because almost everyone will be able to make these items.

Glyphs - El's Inscription - WoW Inscription Guide

For low-level glyphs, that could be a couple of silver: A glyph like Backstab averages around 3-4 Peacebloom, plus a 20 copper for the parchment. Higher-level glyphs will cost a few gold (about 7 Felweed, plus 50 silver for the parchment, for something like Glyph of Mind Flay). Northrend glyphs may exceed 10g each. (There's currently an issue with the vendor prices for glyphs: They're all about 38 silver. Discoverable major glyphs will be fairly rare for a few weeks, and will allow Inscribers to charge a premium.

(That's the second money-making reason to roll Inscription on your low-level alts...) I originally thought people would sell pigments and not inks. Overall, Inscription is a fundamentally low-cost, high volume profession, very similar to Alchemy. Inscription Leveling Guide. This WoW Inscription Guide details the most efficient method of leveling Inscription from levels 1 to 600 in the World of Warcraft.

Inscription Leveling Guide

Inscription is a primary profession that allows your character to create a variety of items such as cards, glyphs, scrolls, tomes and vellum. The Herbalism profession is usually selected as a complementary skill while leveling Inscription, as it can provide many of the raw materials required for Inscription.

Take a look at my WoW Herbalism Guide 1-600 for details on leveling Herbalism. Updated for WoW patch 5.2 This guide focuses on making leveling Inscription as easy and as cheap as possbile by using items that can be learned from Inscription trainers and items that use the fewest and most easily obtained materials. If a specific trainer or supplier isn’t mentioned for an item this means that it should be commonly available from all Inscription trainers for the item’s level.

World of Warcraft ->Professions. Inscription. Inscription Leveling Guide. This Inscription guide will help you to level your profession from 1 to 600, the guide's main focus is to show you how to level this profession, if you are looking for more detailed information about Inscription, read my Inscription guide. Inscription is the best combined with Herbalism, check out the Herbalism leveling guide if you want to level Herbalism.

Updated for WoW patch 5.4 If you are low on gold, I recommend you to try this Gold Making Guide, it can help you to make loads of gold. If you are still leveling your character or you just started a new alt, I recommend you to use a leveling guide. You can level your character to level 90 in 7 days with this guide. You can use [Milling] to mill 5 herbs for 2 - 4 pigments. If you are milling your own herbs, you should buy only Cinderbloom and Stormvine first because those can can be milled at skill 425. Inscription guide sections: Approximate Materials Required for 1-600 : Related Guides: Herbalism Leveling Guide 1-600 (Return to Top)