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Tired of working with the trash fabrics and furs of the
game?   Have
you honed your skills to conquer the loom's test on your first
Perhaps most importantly, could you afford to even get to 99 in the
first place and purchase the upgrade to get you to 100
Great!  Now we'll get you in on those pesky level 20-30 Strong
for Tailoring part deux!

be breaking the mold here on how we do things.  Previously my
have been about efficiency in materials from farming and general
leveling.  Now we're going to take a different approach and
work order efficiency with it to obtain the vast number of recipes
available to tailors from this point moving forward.  Don't
worry!  I'm
not going to make you waste your money.  But doing it here,
lucky, and getting a few Worthy recipes is worth it compared to going
to the auction house and purchasing one for 100,000.  Such is
the life
of the Producer.

If you are looking to just blast through this nonsense to 399, you can
more or less disregard my guide at this point. 
Purchase 100-150 runs worth of supplies of the highest work order
possible and just do your thing.   There's nothing
wrong with this
method unless you are a completionist
when it comes to recipes.  You know that type, that's why they
made that Usable Items button in WoW's
auction house, so you could see that recipe you don't have and pick it
up.  So skip the whole production process unless you're
looking to make
a piece or a set or corner the market as you exit the tier. 
Such is
the life of the progressionist.


Production Type : Process Twisp
and Strong Rawhides
to get a strong stockpile of materials.  Even if you don't
plan on
making stuff, this is cheaper since the leveling is so good for the
first 10 levels or so of each item.  If you DO plan on making
to level for a while, focus on textiles no matter what.

Type : 100 Work orders.  Like you have anything else to
do.  It might
actually be cheaper to do the above method depending on your


Production Type : More raw
materials till 120 as needed for future goods.  Switch to the
and textiles as you hit the mid 120's before the leveling gets too
bad.  Start doing work orders at level 130, and start with the
110 work order.  It should be losing experience points (for
Run the 110 work order all the way to 140 if possible and your head
doesn't start hurting

Progression Type : Keep at the work orders. 
Run 110 and 130 in particular.  Buy your materials carefully
in large
stacks, and save your excess, it will be reused.


Type : Run the 140 and 150 work order and nothing else.  You
want every
worthy recipe this tier has to offer since it's your first money maker
(level 23 armor sets)

Progression Type : Have leftover flux and
don't care?  Scan the broker for extra textiles and thread or
use your
own created earlier to produce some materials.  Bust out the
tools and twink out a new character!   Then run the
latest work orders
as normal for speed.


Production Type : Run the
150 work order to 170 at least, unless you have all the recipes you
want.  Then produce anything you intend to work with for your
level 23
sets.  Remember that you have nothing to gain in terms of luck
or high
quality chance by attempting it at higher skill.  All you will
save is
time.  This goes double if you actually plan on using your
results at
that level--get those equipped ASAP!  From here, run the 160
work order
until it dries up at 190, and run the 180 from there to 199. 
that will get you all of the recipes you could ask for (hopefully) and
set you up to product a level 28 set as you hit 200 and beyond.

Type : The 170 work order is quickest.  Get to 170 with 160
and then
buy a massive stack of materials.  Then window the game and
something more entertaining to do than click create all and the NPC
4 times over and over again.

Noble is your first big cash cow in tailoring, no matter what tier you
focus on or can afford the fluxes from.  Cross your fingers
and get
your lucky charms every time you go to craft a piece of gear that can
be used in another's
recipe.  Remember that even if you don't make Worthy Noble,
still looks just as good on the surface and all you're missing out on
are someminuscule numbers.  Many people get hung up on the
'blue, blue
I NEED BLUE' mentality and don't realize that it's only a few points of
defense/evade difference.

How you wish to go about convincing the masses of the above is up to
you.  Unless you have nothing to vend at this point, you progressionist
Then you should gear up and bring your kinah
for part 3, you'll need it!

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016