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How to level engineering in wow : World of Warcraft General Discussions

Posted: February 22nd, 2009, 11:31 pm

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The world of warcraft players may ask, “How should I level my engineering?” because most of players think that engineering may be the most entertaining and fun profession to take up in World of Warcraft. However, leveling engineering in World of Warcraft can take a lot of time and money.
Engineering involves making parts from metal and stones and using those parts to make items such as guns, explosives, robots and even jumper cables.
Before you level engineering, you’d better take mining as your first primary profession. If you start from engineering straightly, lots of unnecessary money will be spent in game. Mining will help you to get metals and stone which you will need in the process of level engineering and also, help you save money.
Then, you can pick engineering as one of your primary professions. This can be done in the major cities. Ask a guard if you need help finding the engineering trainer. Or you can choose to be a gnome if you are making a character specifically for engineering. Gnomes receive a plus 15 to engineering as a racial ability.
Start out creating rough blasting powder. You should receive rough stones off of the veins you mine. Once you get to skill level 40, you can use your copper bars to make handfuls of copper bolts. This should get you to skill level 50. Keep these items as you will use them as parts for other engineering creations. After that, when your character is level 10, you become a journeyman engineer at skill level 50. Talk to the engineer trainer to train to be a journeyman.
Next, create an arclight spanner. This is a tool that is necessary for higher level engineering schematics. Make copper tubes, rough boom sticks, coarse blasting powder, silver contacts and bronze tunes in that order to raise your skill level to 125. Once your character is 20 levels, please visit the trainer to become an expert engineer at skill level 125 so that you can continue leveling up your skill and make new items.
You will obtain good experience after you start making heavy blasting powder and then use the parts you have to make items. You can understand how much experience you will receive from the color of the name of the item. Continue to make items until you reach level 225. You can now train to be an artisan engineer. So, as your character level become 35, visit Springspindle Fizzlegear in Ironforge for the Alliance trainer or Roxxik in Orgrimmar for the Horde trainer.
Keep grinding to reach skill level 300 and become a master engineer. You must travel to Outland to find the necessary trainer to become a master engineer.

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