Dragonflight Leatherworking Leveling Boost

The New Dragonflight expansion and patch 10.0 changed a lot about how professions work in World of Warcraft. Crafting has become a good way to get stronger and move forward in the game. Each profession now has a wide range of powerful benefits that will stay strong through the whole Dragonflight expansion. In DF, the best things you can make will be as good as or better than the best things you can get in Mythic raids.

Leatherworking, like all other professions, has undergone major changes. Leatherworking has always had many benefits in specific circumstances, but its applications were limited. Sure thing, if you are playing a leather or mail-wearing class, this profession will be hugely beneficial to you, but its usefulness for other classes has always been lacklustre at best. The strengths of Leatherworking are as follows:

  • Armor is always in demand. Players are always on the lookout for potential upgrades to their armor, and there are a lot of leather and mail wearers in WoW. People will want the best crafters to make their gear for the best quality, so if you’re one of them, you could charge a lot of gold for your professional services in Dragonflight.
  • Leatherworking now deals with Mail, too. The devs have always been on the fence about the profession that should produce mail armor. This time around, they seem to have decided to move mail armor from BS to Leatherworking. This means that in Dragonflight LW is the only armor-producing profession that crafts gear for two armor types. Better yet, Evokers, which is the new Dragonflight class everyone will be so eager to try out, also wear mail. So there will be a lot of demand. People will want to get their hands on the gear produced by Leatherworking.
  • Leatherworking is not all about armor anymore. Before the Dragonflight came out, there was little reason to learn leatherworking outside of wanting to craft some gear for yourself. Yes, there were drums, and at some point during the WotLK leatherworkers also produced the stat-increasing patches for legs, but the latter was taken away in the next expansion leaving LV options lacking when compared to other professions. In Dragonflight, there are a lot of options that you can craft other than just armor.

And there has never been a better time to level it up! Thanks to the WoW Leatherworking carry service provided by us, you can easily gain access to these and other fantastic items.

There is still a significant time and effort commitment involved in realizing the full potential of production professions. Since specializations have been introduced, leveling up is no longer the only way to obtain higher-quality crafts; instead, you will need to dedicate a significant amount of time to min-maxing your profession stats and developing a talent build that produces the best possible crafts. When it comes to specializations, Leatherworking is relatively simple. Just focus on the spec that produces your armor type first, and pick up talents in trees that give you general bonuses.

If you like complex systems and min-maxing, the new Dragonflight profession system could be your jam, as it has plenty of both. What if you don’t, though? If you just want all the benefits of a maxed-out profession without having to spend a lot of time learning the new rules, our Dragonflight Leatherworking Leveling Boost is exactly what you need.

Product Includes

  • Boosting your character’s Leatherworking Level to 100 in Dragonflight;
  • Ability to craft leather and mail armor, and profession tools;
  • some of the products that we made in the process of leveling your Leatherworking profession.

This boost will be completed in Dragonflight Leatherworking 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 Leatherworking also depends on your Renown level with various Dragonflight factions and may reach 15 days if your Renown is low.

Leatherworking 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.

  • Leatherworking Discipline — general bonus tree. Talents increase your Multicrafting, and the more you invest in this tree, the more you’ll benefit from Resourcefulness and Inspiration. Maxing out Leatherworking Discipline takes 27-46 days.
  • Leather Armor Crafting — focuses on crafting leather armor type. Bonuses include flat upgrades to your Inspiration and Resourcefulness when making leather armor. Higher levels focus on items for specific armor slots and give even bigger bonuses to your Inspiration and Resourcefulness when producing these specific items. Fully leveling Leather Armor Crafting takes 55-84 days on top of the boost’s total ETA.
  • Mail Armor Crafting — same as the above, but focuses on producing mail armor. Leveling Mail Armor Crafting from scratch to the max takes roughly 55-84 days.
  • Primordial Leatherworking — specialize in utilizing the elements, beasts, and the essence of decay in your crafting. Teaches you to craft and increases quality of Primordial, Decay, Elemental and Primordial Leatherworking Patterns. Leveling Primordial Leatherworking from scratch to the max takes roughly 20-36 days.


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

Access to a gathering profession, preferably Skinning. You must have it as your second profession on the same character or have a level 70 alt with any gathering profession. At the very least, your second profession slot has to be free.

If you choose the “I Need Only Spec Leveling”, then your Leatherworking 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.

Please disconnect the Battle.net Authenticator or disable the "always require authenticator for login" setting in Security Settings. Your account will be protected by the secret question for the duration of your boost. Don't forget to re-enable it once we finish the service.

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