World of Warcraft TBC Herbalism Levelling Guide

Introduction

A gathering-professions that requires players to locate and harvest various types of herbs from plant nodes that are scattered across the Burning Crusade. While there are some herbs that can be used in different trade skills, the majority of them are used to level up the professions; Alchemy and Inscription. While gathering herbs, you tend to interact with them, which dismounts the character during the process. However, you can overcome it by picking the Druid class, using a Sky Golem mount, or if you are a part of the Draenor expansion and you can build the Garrison Stables.

About Herbalists

Herbalists are obliged to carefully harvest the potent herbs that are found throughout the game. As they travel across zones, their senses tend to seek out the rarest flora, which can be transformed by the other professions into precious recipes. Herbalists can supply an abundant quantity of reagents for themselves, which aids during the crafting process, or they can choose to sell the herbs for profit.

Herbalists can locate herbs on their map with the help of their keen sense of the placement and growth of flora. Similarly, they can also harvest easily by right-clicking the located herb. Yes, they don’t require any special tool to gather the herbs, and as you gather a greater number of herbs, your Herbalism profession will drastically grow.

Where can I locate the Herbalism trainers?

The Herbalism profession can be learned from Herbalism trainers that are scattered throughout the game. Upon speaking to your respective faction trainers, you will become an Apprentice Herbalist. You can either locate them by speaking to one of the city guards for their precise location or make it easier for you, we have listed down the locations of the Herbalism trainers, respective to the factions.

Alliance Faction Trainers – Reyna Stonebranch in Ironforge, Tannysa in Stormwind City, Firodren Mooncaller in Darnassus, Herbalist Pomeroy in Elwyn Forest, Malorne Bladeleaf in Teldrassil, Kali Healtouch in Loch Modan, Cylania Rootstalker in Ashenvale, Telurinon Moonshadow in Wetlands, Brant Jasperbloom in Dustwallow Marsh, Alma Jainrose in Redridge Mountains, and Cemmorhan in The Exodar.

Horde Faction Trainers – Jandi in Orgrimmar, Martha Alliestar in Undercity, Komin Winterhoof in Thunder Bluff, Faruza in Tirisfal Glades, Mishiki in Durotar, Angrun in Stranglethorn Vale, Aranae Venomblood in Hillsbrad Foothills, and Botanist Nathera in Silvermoon City.

The Burning Crusade Trainers – For Horde players, you can learn it from Ruak Stronghorn, located at Thrallmar. To be more precise, you can find him in the big tower up the hill (52.2, 36.3). For Alliance players, you can learn it from Rorelien, located at the Honor Hold. To be more precise, you can find her on the first floor of the Wizard’s Tower (53.6, 65.8).

Levels 1 to 50

It doesn’t matter which zone you choose to start with Herbalism, because each one is filled with herbs. You can find Peacebloom, Silverleaf, and Earthroot in Durotar, Mulgore, Tirisfal Glades, Elwynn Forest, Teldrassil, and Dun Morogh.

Levels 50 to 115

Once you’re at level 50 Herbalism, you can learn the art of Herbalism Journeyman from your respective trainers. The herbs that you will find at The Barrens, Silverpine Forest, Loch Modan, and Darkshore are; Mageroyal, Briarthorn, and Stranglekelp. Do keep in mind that Briarthorn requires level 70 in Herbalism, while Stranglekelp requires level 85.

Levels 115 to 170

When you reach level 150 during your herb runs from level 115 to 170, make sure that you visit your trainer. The herbs you can find at Hillsbrad Foothills, Wetlands, and Stonetalon Mountains are; Bruiseweed, Wild Steelbloom, Stranglekelp, Kingsblood, and Life root. Do keep in mind that Kingsblood requires level 125 in Herbalism, while Liferoot requires level 150. Also, head to the red zones (shown in the picture) after passing level 50 in Herbalism.

Levels 170 to 205

During the herb runs to cover these levels, you will find Kingsblood, Liferoot, Fadeleaf, Goldthorn, and Khadgar’s Whisker at Stranglethorn Vale and Arathi Highlands. Do keep in mind that Khadgar’s Whisker requires level 185 in Herbalism, so you can’t start harvesting them right away.

Levels 205 to 230

It’s time to visit your respective faction Herbalism trainers to learn the art of Artisan Herbalism. The herbs that you will find at Tanaris and Searing Gorge are Purple Lotus and Firebloom.

Levels 230 to 270

During your herb runs in the Hinterlands, you will come across Sungrass, Purple Lotus, Ghost Mushrooms, and Golden Sansam. The ‘X’ marked in the picture represents a bunch of Ghost Mushrooms in a cave. However, you can only start harvesting them once you reach level 245 in Herbalism leveling.

Levels 270 to 300

The herbs that you will come across in Felwood are Sungrass, Gromsblood, Golden Sansam, Dreamfoil, Mountain Silversage, and Plaguebloom.

The Burning Crusade

Now, you will have to learn the TBC Herbalism skill from the Master Herbalism trainers, who are located in the Hellfire Peninsula. You are required to have character level 50, as well as herbalism leveling as Herbalism level 275 before approaching your respective faction trainers. The trainers were mentioned earlier in the ‘Trainers Section’ of the guide.

Levels 300 to 315

It’s recommended that you get your first fifteen points in the Hellfire Peninsula until you can start harvesting Dreaming Glory in this TBC classic herbalism guide. If you are at a low Herbalism level, you will probably reach level 375 solely by picking these herbs during quests. Therefore, the routes shown in the picture are for players that have access to flying mounts and wish to switch to the Herbalism profession at level 70 in this TBC classic herbalism guide.

Levels 315 to 325

You can choose to reach Herbalism level 325 in Hellfire Peninsula in this TBC herbalism guide. However, it is recommended that you switch to Nagrand or Blade’s Edge Mountain because you will have access to harvesting more outland herbs in these zones.

Levels 325 to 375

Harvest Felweed and Dreaming Glory till you reach level 375 in Herbalism in this TBC herbalism guide because that way you can stay in the previously mentioned zones too. After that, for the last levels, it is recommended that you head to Netherstorm. However, you will have a lot of competition there, so you can alternatively choose to head back to the previous zones to max out.

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