by: MD Weems
; edited by: Michael Hartman
; updated: 4/18/2012
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The second part to this World of Warcraft Engineering guide will tell you exactly how to level from 1 up to 225 by telling you what you need to make and where you can train.
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Now that you know the materials that you will need to level from 1 to 375, we can get to work on actually leveling your Engineering. This part of my guide will take you from level 1 to level 225 by letting you know exactly what you need to make and where you can find the Engineering trainers for your faction. So, let's get started!
To train for Apprentice Engineering, you will go to: Alliance – Gloresse in Silvermoon, Jemma Quikswitch in Ironforge, or Sprite Jumpsprocket in Stormwind. Horde – there is only one Apprentice Engineering trainer, Thund in Orgrimmar.
From level 1 up to level 40: Rough Blasting Powder – You will make about 90 of these. You can sell these or use them, whichever you want to do.
From level 40 up to 50: Handful of Copper Bolts – You will make about 10 of these and you need to keep them all for later.
From level 50 to 51: Arclight Spanner – You only have to make one, and keep this for later too.
From level 51 up to 65: Copper Tube – You will make about 18 – 20 of these, and you need to keep 10. The rest you can keep, sell, or use.
From level 65 up to level 75: Rough Broom Stick – You will make about 10 of these and you can sell these or use them as you don't need them later on.
At level 75, you can train for Journeyman Engineering. Alliance players can train from Danwe in Silvermoon, Lilliam Sparkspindle in Stormwind, or Trixie Quikswitch in Ironforge. Horde players can train from Nogg in Orgrimmar.
From level 75 up to 95: Coarse Blasting Powder – You will make about 80 of these, but you only need to keep 20. The rest you can do whatever you want with.
From level 95 up to 105: Silver Contacts – You will make 10 of these and you need to keep all 10.
From level 105 up to 120: Bronze Tubes – You will make 15 of these and you can do what you need to with them, as you don't need them for anything right now.
From level 120 up to 125: Small Bronze Bombs – You'll make 5 of these. You can keep these to use as they come in handy!
From 125 up to 145: Heavy Blasting Powder – You will make 75 of these, and you need to keep everyone of them.
From level 145 up to 150: Big Bronze Bombs – You should also keep these to use and they are just cool. But, they sell well on the auction house if you don't want to use them.
At level 150, you can train for Expert Engineering. Alliance players can train from Springspindle Fizzlegear in Ironforge and Horde players can train from Roxxik in Orgrimmar.
From level 150 up to 175: Fireworks – You'll make 50 or so of these.
From level 175 up to 176: Gyromatic Micro-Adjuster – You only need to make one, and you have to keep it as well for later.
From level 176 up to 190: Solid Blasting Powder – You need to make 65 of these and keep them all as well.
From level 190 up to 195: Big Iron Bomb – You'll make 5 of these.
From level 195 up to 205: Mithril Tubes – You'll make 10 of these.
From level 205 up to 210: Unstable Triggers – You'll make 10 of these and keep all 10.
From level 210 up to 225: Hi-Impact Mithril Slugs – You'll make 15 of these.
And, at level 225, you can train for Artisan Engineering. There is only one Artisan Engineering trainer, Buzzek Bracketswing in Tanaris.
The next part to this series will help you choose which specialization you want and go up to level 375.
This series of articles will help you know exactly what materials you need and what you need to make to level the Engineering profession from 1 up to 375 and choose the right specialization for your gaming style.