World Of Warcraft Mining Leveling Guide
Welcome to my second installment of the mining series, World of Warcraft Mining Leveling Guide. It comes after the WoW Mining Guide. Mining Skill basically can be increased through mining and smelting different metals. Low level mining nodes are obviously to be found in low level zones. Therefore, if you are looking to mine from the Copper Vein for instance, then you should mine in the starting zones of 1-10. Node corresponds to the different zone levels you mine in. you would be mining in a starting zone with levels 1-10.Every node corresponds to the level of the zone you are mining in. Your smelting abilities increases along with your mining skill level. When smelted, ores, bars and metals can combine to create different color tagged metal bars. As an example, Copper Bar can be created just by smelting copper. Copper Bar and Tin Bar will combine to smelt a Bronze Bar. For this to happen, you will need to learn how to smelt Tin in order to create Tin Bar. The Copper Bar smelting skill will be learned when your Mining skill reaches Level 25. For the Tin Bar and Bronze Bar, you will need to achieve Mining skill Level 65 before you can learn to smelt them. As your Mining skill Level increases, you will be able to smelt even more metals. The Elementium Bar can be smelt when you reach Mining Level 350. In order for you to smelt the Elementium Bar, the Elementium ore is required along with Arcanite Bar, a Fiery Core and an Elemental Flux. Often than not, you will need to combine multiple materials that are not ores. These materials can either be found in the Auction House or traded. With my World of Warcraft Mining Level Guide, you will learn that you will learn the 'Toughness' spell when your Mining skill reaches Level 75. It will increase your Stamina by 2% as well as reduce the effects of movement impairment by 6% at rank one. The spell will increase in rank in tandem with your Mining rank increase. You can only cast this spell on yourself and not on other players. In addition, there is a weapon which also happens to double-servce as a Mining Pick. This means, if you have this weapon equipped, you won't need to have the Mining Pick in your bags. This weapon is called the Digmaster 5000 and requires a Level 40 character to equip with Mining level 175 to Mine. Mining can come in handy especially if you need extra gold. It also complements Engineering or Blacksmithing well. If you have either of those professions, be sure to combine it with Mining as they will help each other in Leveling. I certainly hope the tips and information in World of Warcraft Mining Leveling Guide has benefited you in one way or another.