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World of Warcraft – Alchemy Mini Guide Pt 3

by: MD Weems ; edited by: Michael Hartman ; updated: 4/18/2012 • Leave a comment

The third part to my World of Warcraft Alchemy mini guide will take players from 200 up to level 375 and tell them where to go to train.

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    From level 200 to 300...

    Alright, so you are now a solid level 200 Alchemist in World of Warcraft. You are eager to move on up the scale and hit that awesome level 300 and move on up to choose your specialty right? So, let's get going on leveling up your Alchemy so you can make some serious cash.

    From level 200 – 210: Elixir of Agility – You will make about 10 of these, and since you probably already have some from earlier, you can sell these on the auction house for a decent profit.

    From level 210 – 215: Elixir of Greater Defense – You will make 5 of these, and I would recommend keeping them, as they are a great buff to have. Or, if you want, they sell extremely well on the auction house.

    From level 215 – 230: Superior Healing Potion – You will make 15 of these. I would recommend that you keep half or so, and sell the rest as they sell great on any server.

    From level 230 – 250: Elixir of Detect Undead – You will make 20 of these. Now, some classes already have this ability, so they don't care about this potion. But, you can sell these on the auction house for those players that need to find Undead in specific areas of the game. (While these may not sell well, they are the cheapest way to level your Alchemy.)

    From level 250 – 265: Elixir of Greater Agility – You will make 15 of these, and they sell really good on the auction house as some recipes in other professions need them.

    From level 265 – 285: Superior Mana Potion – You will need to make 20 of these, and for those of you who are casters, keep them all. NOTE: you have to purchase this recipe as your trainers won't offer it. You can get it from Algernon in Undercity or Ulthir in Darnassus.

    From level 285 – 300: Major Healing Potion – You will need to make 15 of these, and you can either sell them on the auction house for the gold that they bring, or keep them to use. NOTE: you have to purchase this recipe as well, as no trainer has it. Both factions can get it from Evie Whirlbrew in Everlook in Winterspring.

    At level 300, you can train for your Master Alchemy. There are several places in the game where players can do this. For Horde players: Apothecary Antonivich in Thrallmar. For Alliance players: Alchemist Gribble in Honor Hold. For both sides, Lorokeem in Shattrath City.

    The next part of this guide will show you how to finish up leveling your Alchemy to 375 and choose your specialty.

World of Warcraft - Alchemy Mini Guide

This mini guide series will help players in World of Warcraft level their Alchemy profession as quickly, and cheaply, as possible. This guide gives information on materials, recipes, and more.
  1. World of Warcraft – Alchemy Mini Guide Pt 1.
  2. World of Warcraft – Alchemy Mini Guide Pt 2
  3. World of Warcraft – Alchemy Mini Guide Pt 3
  4. World of Warcraft – Alchemy Mini Guide Pt 4