Classic WoW Engineering Leveling Guide 1-300

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Engineering is one of the most fun professions in World of Warcraft Classic since it provides the crafter with a large array of tools and “toys”. While the profession itself is pretty handy in most situations, PVP players will find Engineering more valuable than other professions. The downside of Engineering, however, is that you can’t make much gold with it since most items can be used only by other Engineers.

Engineering is a pretty expensive profession to level up, it’s advisable to pair it with Mining since it will provide a lot of materials that you’d need otherwise to buy from other players or the Auction House. Engineering also branches off in 2 specializations, Gnomish Engineering, and Gobling Engineering, each with their own schematics and utility.

We also recommend checking our WoW Classic Guide for all the professions guides, leveling tips and guides as well as farming guides and class builds.

Engineering Trainers

Horde Trainers

  • Thund (Journeyman Engineer) is located at the Valley of Honor in Orgrimmar
  • Graham Van Talen (Journeyman Engineer) is located in Undercity (Rogue Quarter)
  • Mukdrak (Journeyman Engineer) is in Razor Hill
  • Nogg (Expert Engineer) is located at the Valley of Honor in Orgrimmar (Nogg’s Machine Shop)
  • Franklin Lloyd (Expert Engineer) is located in the Rogue Quarter (Undercity)
  • Roxxik (Artisan Engineer) is located at the Valley of Honor in Orgrimmar, inside of the Nogg’s Machine Shop building.

Alliance Trainers

Neutral Trainers

  • Tinkerwiz (Journeyman Engineer) is located in Ratchet (The Barrens)
  • Twizwick Sprocketgrind (Journeyman Engineer) is located at the Venture Co. Mine in Mulgore (through the mine to the upper cliffs)
  • Buzzek Bracketswing (Master Engineer) is located in Tanaris (Gadgetzan)

You can raise your Engineering skill from 1 to 200 by visiting the Artisan trainers only. It’s also important to specify the only way to learn Artisan Engineering is by visiting Buzzek Bracketswing (Master Engineer) who is located in Gadgetzan, Tanaris. With this trainer, you can advance your Engineering skill from 200 to 300.

Buzzek Bracketswing sells the following schematics:

Materials required for leveling

Level Engineering to 300

Levels 1 – 75

60 x Rough Stone = 60 x Rough Blasting Powder
30 x Copper Bar = 30 x Handful of Copper Bolts
6 x Copper Bar = Arclight Spanner
30 x Copper Bar + 30 x Handful of Copper Bolts + 60 x Rough Blasting Powder + 30 x Linen Cloth = 30 x Rough Copper Bomb

Levels 75 – 150

60 x Coarse Stone = 60 x Coarse Blasting Powder 
60 x Coarse Blasting Powder + 20 x Linen Cloth = 20 x Coarse Dynamite
5 x Silver Bar = 5 x Silver Contact
50 x Bronze Bar + 25 x Weak Flux = 25 x Bronze Tube
10 x Bronze Tube + 10 x Moss Agate = 10 x Standard Scope
30 x Heavy Stone = 30 x Heavy Blasting Powder
30 x Bronze Bar + 15 x Wool Cloth = 15 x Whirring Bronze Gizmo

Levels 150 – 200

30 x Bronze Bar + 15 x Medium Leather + 15 x Wool Cloth = 15 x Bronze Framework
30 x Heavy Blasting Powder + 15 x Whirring Bronze Gizmo + 15 x Bronze Framework + 30 x Wool Cloth = 15 x Explosive Sheep
4 x Steel Bar = Gyromatic Micro-Adjustor
120 x Solid Stone = 60 x Solid Blasting Powder
21 x Mithril Bar = 7 x Mithril Tube

Now you need to head out to Buzzek Bracketswing in Gadgetzan to learn your specialization and advance from level 200 to level 300.

Levels 200 – 300

20 x Mithril Bar + 20 x Mageweave Cloth + 20 x Solid Blasting Powder = 20 x Unstable Trigger
120 x Mithril Bar = 40 x Mithril Casing
40 x Mithril Casing + 20 x Unstable Trigger + 40 x Solid Blasting Powder = 20 x Hi-Explosive Bomb
60 x Dense Stone = 30 x Dense Blasting Powder
105 x Thorium Bar + 35 x Runecloth = 35 x Thorium Widget

Head out to Everlook in Wintersprind and buy Schematic: Thorium Tube from Xizzer Fizzbolt.

Craft 20 x Thorium Tube using 120 x Thorium Bars

You have now reached Engineering level 300, congratulations! Enjoy the fun of being a funky little engineer.