Jewelcrafting Guide + Shopping List Online!!

Ok, we finally got the Jewelcrafting materials list up on Crafter's Tome for you:

Jewelcrafting 1-300 Materials

I also went ahead and compiled a power-leveling guide for Jewelcrafting, while I was at it. You can find the skill guide at:

Jewelcrafting Guide for 1-300

Enjoy folks and let me know if you have any questions, comments, or find a problem with either listing.

21 comments:

  1. I just wanted to drop you a note and thank you for all of the quality crafting information from the beta. I've been following your site since Tobold mentioned you in his blog, and I think it's great. I'm really enjoying reading about your crafting progression and especially the jewelcrafting information. Last week I made up my own shopping list to get to 300 using your lists of recipes as a guideline, along with your blog posts for levelling up. This should save me a lot of time and headache. Now I'm ready for 0-300 JC on release day thanks to your information.

    Keep up the great work,
    Wayne

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  2. Thanks for all the great info! Couple of questions you might be able to touch on in a future entry. First, once you have prospecting, can you prospect any ore, or does it have to be of the appropriate JC level? Basically, if I have JC of 20 (and thus prospecting) can I prospect Thorium ore? Second, have you tried combining JC with enchanting? Do the crafted items DE into anything that might make this combination worthwhile? Thanks again for all the information and insight on JC. It is greatly appreciated.

    Justin

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  3. Thank you for all the great info on Jewelcrafting. It's a pleasure to read your adventures in the beta, and it will help me greatly when TBC hits the streets. I plan to be one of the few people that will pursue JC to a high level, to help out my guild with their needs.

    So, from the Netherlands in Europe, a big thanks, and keep up the good work!

    Madphil@Hellscream, Europe

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  4. Hi Madphil & Wayne - thank you guys so much for your encouragement! Sometimes I wonder if folks are really interested in the detailed entries I've been doing, but since I'm an obsessive crafter I've been throwing it out anyway =) If nothing else when BC goes live, other Jewelcrafters will have it as a reference. I'm glad you guys are finding the info useful and good luck powering up JC when the expansion comes out!

    Justin: I actually touched on a couple of your questions in my response to Calf, but that's not exactly an obvious location so I will make a point to do a posting also so more folks will find it. Both very good questions, TY!

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  5. Thanks for the great response. As for your posts, I love them. Not only is it the most complete resource for beta crafting information (imo), you provide a creative and living flair to your information that gets lost in the dry data that you sometimes find on our sites.

    Justin

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  6. Hiya! This is Stomphoof from Kirin Tor. I want to thank ya for this awesome powerleveling guide for Jewelcraftin.

    I am going to be a jewelcrafter come BC. This guide is going to help me greatly in stockin up for grinding. I appluade you!

    /clap

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  7. Hi Stomphoof - thanks for stopping by! I'm glad you're enjoying the JC posts, good luck with it when BC goes live =)

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  8. Thanks a lot for this info. I read your blog regularly. It's just what I was looking for.

    I am kind of a recipe junkie with a 300 alchemist, armorsmith, Dragonscale LW, Tailor, Enchanter etc. My lock is gonna drop Engineering to pick up Jewelcrafting.

    One thing I haven't heard much on is the Aldor/Scryer dilemma. I think my tailor/enchanter will get rep w Scryers (he is a priest) and my jewelcrafter will go with Aldor (lock).

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  9. Hi Channa! Glad to hear from another super-crafter like myself :) I thought you asked a great question so I just wrote a post about it in the blog. I wanted other readers to have a chance to see the same info and I don't know how many folks peruse the comments. I hope it answers your question, if not feel free to bug me again, heh.

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  10. Hi Kaliope .

    The links above doesn´t works ;( can u repost the requierment Matrials for 1-300 jewelcrafting plz .

    sry 4 my bad english :=)

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  11. Hi Meilun - I'm sorry you're having trouble with the links but they seem to be working for me. Can you tell me what type of trouble you're having? We get a lot of folks coming through our blog to use those so if they are misbehaving I'd like to get them fixed. What browser are you using? Here are the urls for those two, if you want to try pasting them into your location box:

    http://wow.crafterstome.com/special/jewelcrafting-shopping-list.html

    http://wow.crafterstome.com/guide/jewelcrafting.html

    Let me know if you still have trouble!

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  12. Hello,

    Excellent guide !
    Can you tell me what is the level requierement to be master in Jewelcrafting ?
    I have a level 45 character and i want him to be Jewelcrafter, is it possible ?

    Thanks :)

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  13. Ok, i just find the information, to be Master in Jewelcrafting (275 - 375) you will need to be level 50 ^^

    * Apprentice Jewelcrafting (requires level 5)
    * Heavy Copper Ring (5)
    * Malachite Pendant (20)
    * Prospecting (20, requires level 5)
    * Tigerseye Band (20)
    * Inlaid Malachite Ring (30)
    * Ornate Tigerseye Necklace (30)
    * Bronze Setting (50)
    * Coarse Stone Statue (50)
    * Elegant Silver Ring (50)
    * Solid Bronze Ring (50)
    * Thick Bronze Necklace (50)
    * Journeyman Jewelcrafting (50-150, requires level 10)
    * Simple Pearl Ring (60)
    * Gloom Band (70)
    * Brilliant Necklace (75)
    * Ring of Silver Might (80)
    * Heavy Silver Ring (90)
    * Ring of Twilight Shadow (100)
    * Heavy Jade Ring (105)
    * Barbaric Iron Collar (110)
    * Heavy Stone Statue (110)
    * Moonsoul Crown (120)
    * Expert Jewelcrafting (125-225, requires level 20)
    * Golden Dragon Ring (135)
    * Mithril Filigree (150)
    * Engraved Truesilver Ring (170)
    * Solid Stone Statue (175)
    * Citrine Ring of Rapid Healing (180)
    * Golden Ring Power (180)
    * Artisan Jewelcrafting (200-300, requires level 35)
    * Figurine - Jade Owl (200)
    * Truesilver Commander Ring (200)
    * Aquamarine Signet (210)
    * Aqumarine Pendant of the Warrior (220)
    * Dense Stone Statue (225)
    * Thorium Setting (225)
    * Red Ring of Destruction (230)
    * Ruby Pendant of Fire (235)
    * Truesilver Healing Ring (240)
    * Simple Opal Ring (260)
    * Diamond Focus Ring (265)
    * Master Jewelcrafting (275-375, requires level 50)
    * Sapphire Signet (275)
    * Glowing Thorium Band (280)
    * Onslaught Ring (280)
    * Sapphire Pendant of Winter Night (280)
    * Emerland Lion Ring (290)
    * Living Emerald Pendant (290)
    * Band of Natural Fire (310)
    * Fel Iron Blood Ring (310)
    * Golden Draenite Ring (310)
    * Azure Moonstone Ring (320)
    * Heavy Adamantite Ring (335)
    * Thick Adamantite Ring (335)

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  14. Hi Ao - glad you stopped by. I should point out one minor problem with your plan, aside from the fact that you need to be about five levels higher. I've heard that only level 55+ characters can enter the Outlands. I don't know how true this is, but it's something to think about. Since the Master JC trainer is in the Outlands, this could be a limiting factor. So don't be shocked if you hit 300 and try to visit the next trainer and it doesn't let you through the Dark Portal. I've heard that mages can port folks across, but I really have no clue if that works because I haven't personally tested the theory.

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  15. You need to be at least level 58 to enter Outland, and must have The Burning Crusade expansion pack.

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  16. On our server, it's much more cost efficient to continue to make lower-level items with only a chance skill-up rather than always making the higher-level items. For example, I banked many azerothian diamonds to skill-up on before the expansion, but right now, az diamonds are selling for nearly three times the price of large opals, so I saved quite a bit of money by continuing to make Simple Opal Rings that were "yellow" with chance for skill-up even though I could buy the pattern for a diamond necklace or the like, and those diamonds went to the AH.

    You'll especially need more thorium settings that you'll make just to get to the "yellow" skill-up chance, so I'd suggest making thorium settings until you get all the way to "green" with them. I also don't know about your server, but on mine, moss agates are selling for nearly only 50s each, while jade sell for 3-4g. Before you get near the center of your crafting career, I'd suggest you run out to 1000 Needles or Wetlands to get the pattern for Pendant of the Agate Shield. Above all, though, just be sure to check your AH to see which gems are selling hotter than others.

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  17. Nice information & guides on Jewelcrafting!

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  18. My goodness Ao, that is way too much information you've provided in order to master in JewelCrafting. Thanks a bunch.

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  19. Hi Kaliope! I would love to know what server your on so you could show me whats up about these professions. I have no clue what i'm doing half the time... I guess that could be because I don't really pay much attention. I spend my time in the quene for multiple instances, gaining exp and gear. I've never really had the need for gold because I play a Lock, (get the mount for 18 silver or something like that) so I didn't pick up a profession. Because i'm a gnome, I figured it might be a wise decision to pick up Engineering, because I have a few friends who are miners. Then I could either go with Jewelcrafting to make my own rings and necklaces n' such, or Tailoring...? I'm not too sure. Any feedback would be greatly appriciated! Oh, btw great guide. I gave my friend the link and he has his Jewelcrafting to Artisan because of your guide. Keep up the good work!

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  20. Hi Kaliope! I would love to know what server your on so you could show me whats up about these professions. I have no clue what i'm doing half the time... I guess that could be because I don't really pay much attention. I spend my time in the quene for multiple instances, gaining exp and gear. I've never really had the need for gold because I play a Lock, (get the mount for 18 silver or something like that) so I didn't pick up a profession. Because i'm a gnome, I figured it might be a wise decision to pick up Engineering, because I have a few friends who are miners. Then I could either go with Jewelcrafting to make my own rings and necklaces n' such, or Tailoring...? I'm not too sure. Any feedback would be greatly appriciated! Oh, btw great guide. I gave my friend the link and he has his Jewelcrafting to Artisan because of your guide. Keep up the good work!

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  21. Hi Zeroxis - I am on the Llane server :) I'm glad our site was useful to your friends, thanks for spreading the word! Regardless of what profession you choose, I would be careful about relying on your friends to supply the materials. While they might be willing to share some of their bounty with you, most professions take hundreds of stacks of mats to level up and that's enough to tax any friendship ;)

    I would suggest if you are considering picking up Eng/JC, take up mining first and gather a lot of the ore yourself. Once you have what you need, you can drop mining and power the other two up. If your friends are willing to make donations to the cause - great! If not you'll still be able to level up without spending a ton of money on the auction.

    I don't see Engineering as terribly helpful to a Warlock, unless you are a serious PvP type. Warlocks are pretty good at handling themselves and rarely need the "uh oh" salvation that Engineering provides. Jewelcrafting probably wouldn't provide enough useful items for a warlock either, I don't believe there's any JC trinket that a warlock would drool over. I'd vote for either Tailoring or Alchemy myself. Tailoring is nice if you want to make your own armor, Alchemy is nice if you want to keep yourself stocked in the various potions needed for instance runs and raids.

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