Do you need tailoring to wear frozen Shadoweave?
Yes, you need to be a Shadoweave tailor to use this set. You cannot make them for yourself and then drop tailoring, they will then be un-usable.
How do you specialize tailoring?
Tailors of level 60 or higher with a skill of 350 or greater can choose a Tailoring Specialization — Mooncloth Tailoring, Shadoweave Tailoring, or Spellfire Tailoring — by completing a quest from one of the neutral specialists in Shattrath’s Lower City.
Can you unlearn Shadoweave tailoring?
Unlearns Shadoweave tailoring, allowing you to choose another tailoring specialization. Unlearns Shadoweave tailoring, allowing you to choose another tailoring specialization.
How many Shadowcloth can you make a day?
Comment by tecnobrat. Making Shadowcloth has a 3 day, 20 hour cooldown, which is not shared with the other cloths, so you can make one of each every ~4 days. However if you are a Shadoweave Tailor you make 2 cloths every four days instead of only 1.
Do you need Tailoring to wear Spellstrike?
Spellstrike: Cost: Around 500g for the spellcloth, another 500g for the Might, from 75-125g for the Nether (unless you craft it yourself). “350 Tailoring”: it dosn’t say so on the item, but under the Set name, this means you need 350 Tailoring to activate the Set bonus, but EVERYONE can use the item.
Can you change Tailoring specialization TBC?
Simply talk to Andrion Darkspinner in Shattrath and pay him 150g – that’ll unlearn your current spec, and allow you to pick up a new one from one of the other Tailoring Specialists.
How do you make Shadoweave cloth?
To craft Shadowcloth the tailor must stand at the Altar of Shadows, located in Shadowmoon Valley. After crafting Shadowcloth the tailor will receive a “Shadowy Fortitude” buff, which provides +25 stamina for one hour. Tailors with the Shadoweave Specialization will obtain two Shadowcloth from the mats for one.
Does TBC need 300 tailoring?
To learn a Tailoring Specialization, you must be at least level 60 and have 350 Tailoring.
What level should I tailor 375?
Once you reach skill level 350, you’ll be able to choose between specializing in Mooncloth Tailoring, Shadoweave Tailoring, and Spellfire Tailoring.