Dragonflight Herbalism Leveling Boost

Following the release of Dragonflight and patch 10.0.1, there have been significant changes to World of Warcraft’s professions. Gathering is altering in a few areas, but the underlying principle is the same. Concerning Herbalism, in particular, little has changed from prior expansions. All the standard rules apply as you explore the four regions of Dragon Isles in search of nodes and resources. However, there are more herb nodes to hunt for now. We’ve got Hochenblume, Saxifrage, Bubble Poppy, and Writhebark.

In contrast to the similarities between Dragonflight Herbalism and every other WoW expansion, there are a few key differences. The big one, of course, is the flying mechanics. The ability to fly is immediately accessible in the new addition, which will have far-reaching consequences for your herb-gathering effectiveness. Another new thing is empowered nodes that you’ll come across. Similar to the motes we used to have in TBC, each empowered node would be stocked with a unique Rousing crafting reagent. They each come from distinct types of herb nodes, and you can also find them from Elemental Monsters or creatures related to those elements. There’s Rousing Air, Earth, Fire, Frost, Blood, Decay, and Order.

Just like every other primary profession in the game, Herbalism now benefits from profession stats. Gathering stats are pretty straightforward and give you meaningful boosts in some aspect of gathering:

  • Finesse allows you to gather more of the standard material from any source;
  • Deftness speeds up your gathering;
  • Perception gives you a higher chance of finding rare materials.

Gathering professions have maintained their reputation as safe bets since the release of the original WoW. They grant a good income and don’t require much thinking at all. You can just roam around the area interacting with the nodes and once you’re done, immediately pawn off the mats at the Auction House for a hefty profit. They are pretty demanding on the legwork, though! Thankfully, gathering in Dragonflight will be a bit more entertaining. Still you might want to outsource the leveling of your Herbalism profession to other players. And buying our Dragonflight Herbalism Leveling Boost allows you to do just that. Gain all perks of a maxed-out profession without the hassle of leveling it up.

Product Includes

  • Boosting your character’s Herbalism Level to 100 in Dragonflight;
  • Ability to gather herbs;
  • all the raw mats that we’ve gathered while leveling your Herbalism profession.

This boost will be completed in Dragonflight Herbalism Leveling Boost | Buy BoostPiloted mode.


Your current rate of progress will determine how long the boost will last. The time required to go from level 1 to level 100 in Herbalism is usually 1-3 days.

Herbalism Specializations Leveling

Gaining Profession Knowledge for specializations is almost entirely separate service and as such, it is sold separately from the profession skill boost. Every specialization you select will add overhead to the total ETA of the service, and may prolong it significantly. The upper limit of the estimates you’ll see below has been calculated assuming that you have previously spent all or nearly all of the profession knowledge points you gained from your initial crafts. The player in this situation will boost specialization by completing daily quests, which is slow. The lower limit assumes that you have plenty of first-craft knowledge available.

  • Bountiful Harvests — allows you to specialize in gathering specific kinds of herbs, giving you stats when harvesting from nodes you specialize in. More importantly, by investing in this tree you’ll unlock the ability to refine materials, turning a number of lower-quality materials into a higher-quality variant. Maxing out Bountiful Harvests takes 45-54 days.
  • Botany — your general tree. In addition to the Skill stat, unlocking new talents in this tree gives a bonus to all your secondary profession stats: Deftness, Finesse and Perception. Fully learning Botany takes 27-32 days on top of the boost’s total ETA.
  • Mastering the Elements — by putting your knowledge in this spec tree you improve your skill when gathering from empowered nodes. Leveling Mastering the Elements from scratch to the max takes roughly 45-52 days.


Level 70 character. Use our Dragonflight leveling boost service if you don’t meet this requirement.

If you choose the “I Need Only Spec Leveling”, then your Herbalism Level has to be 100.

We will need access to your World of Warcraft account for some meaningful amount of time to work on your order. It will be occupied while we work.

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