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In the Dragonflight expansion, the developers decided to completely rework the profession system. How much the inscription has changed, we will find out in this guide.

Dragonflight Inscription Bonuses & Benefits

Inscription is one of the best professions for gold farming, successful completion of the Mage Tower (BiS trinkets from the Darkmoon deck), and raids (Vantus Runes that increase your stats in the fight with any boss).

Also, this profession is best suited for fashionistas and those who want to make money on it. Because it is the Inscription that allows you to create special glyphs that change the animation of spells.

Dragonflight Inscription Guide

And in the DF, especially at the beginning of the expansion, there will be even more recipes on which an enterprising scribe can earn. Manuscripts for Dragon Riding, contracts with Centaurs, Tuskars, and other new races, new Darkmoon cards, new weapon enchantments, and new mechanics for the professions themselves, which we’ll discuss below.

Dragonflight Inscription Changes

The concept of the crafting system has changed a lot, but it has changed in the same way for all professions. Here we will briefly describe the main changes, but if you want to deepen your knowledge in this matter, visit our Dragonflight Profession Overview.

Crafting Orders is one of the interesting novelties that will revive all professions. It works like an auction where you order an item and an artisan will make it for you for a fee.

Moreover, the game has a recraft function. Recraft allows you to re-craft an item to change its stats and/or effects.

Also, every profession now has a specialization. Developing one or another specialization will allow you to create many more useful items. The quality of the created item is also affected by new crafting-specific stats:

  • Resourcefulness — affects the chance to use fewer reagents than the recipe calls for;
  • Inspiration — affects the chance to craft this recipe with bonus skill;
  • Crafting Speed —decreases the crafting speed by a certain %;
  • Multicraft — % chance to craft the same item as a bonus.
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Dragonflight Inscription Equipment

Dragonflight did not forget to change the work of the profession tools. Now, when you perform a profession-related action, your character picks up a quill (the tool of your profession) and generally turns into a real clerk.

Dragonflight Inscription Guide

In addition, there is now a separate slot for your tool in the profession window, so you no longer have to look for it in your bag.

Dragonflight Inscription Specializations

One of the main features of the expansion is specialization in each profession. Each specialization allows you to gain many additional benefits from your profession.

Rune Mastery Inscription

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Rune Mastery focuses on improving your Inspiration, Resourcefulness, and Multicraft stats.

  • Rune Mastery (40 Points): for each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn all sub-specialization of your choice and improve your crafting stats;
  • Perfect Practice (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Rune Mastery to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can get +30 Resourcefulness and you can save a lot more resources;
  • Infinite Discovery (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Rune Mastery to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can get +30 Inspiration;
  • Understanding Flora (20 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Rune Mastery to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can get +30 Multicraft, +20 Resourcefulness, and speed up milling speed by 10%;
  • Flawless Inks (20 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Rune Mastery to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can get +20 Multicraft, +15 Inspiration, and speed up crafting Inks speed by 10%. Multicraft grants up to 50% additional items when making Inks.

Archiving Inscription

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Specialization in studying Missives, Darkmoon deck, and other Trinkets.

  • Archiving (30 Points): For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn all sub-specialization of your choice and improve your crafting stats: +20 Inspiration, +5 Resourcefulness, Archiving crafts are 10% faster;
  • Darkmoon Mysteries (40 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Archiving to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft a Bundle O’ Cards: Dragon Isles and other Darkmoon cards;
  • Fire (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Darkmoon Mysteries to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft  Darkmoon Deck Box: Inferno and extract Awakened Fire. Also, you will get +10 Inspiration;
  • Frost (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Darkmoon Mysteries to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft  Darkmoon Deck Box: Rime and extract Awakened Frost. Also, you will get +10 Inspiration;
  • Air (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Darkmoon Mysteries to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft  Darkmoon Deck Box: Dance and extract Awakened Air. Also, you will get +10 Inspiration;
  • Earth (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Darkmoon Mysteries to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft  Darkmoon Deck Box: Watcher and extract Awakened Earth. Also, you will get +10 Inspiration;
  • Scale Sigils (20 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Archiving to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn all sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Jetscale Sigil (10 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Scale Sigils to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft a Jetscale Sigil that stops your Darkmoon Deck from shuffling once the Ace card is drawn. Also, you will get +5 Inspiration and +5 Resourcefulness;
  • Bronzescale Sigil (10 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Scale Sigils to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft a Bronzescale Sigil that makes your Darkmoon Deck shuffle cards faster. Also, you will get +5 Inspiration and +5 Resourcefulness;
  • Sagescale Sigil (10 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Scale Sigils to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft a Sagescale Sigil that makes your Darkmoon Deck only shuffle cards when jumping. Also, you will get +5 Inspiration and +5 Resourcefulness;
  • Emberscale Sigil (10 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Scale Sigils to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft an Emberscale Sigil that removes the Even cards from your Darkmoon Deck shuffling. Also, you will get +5 Inspiration and +5 Resourcefulness;
  • Azurescale Sigil (10 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Scale Sigils to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft an Azurescale Sigil that forces your Darkmoon Deck to shuffle from highest to lowest cards in sequence. Also, you will get +5 Inspiration and +5 Resourcefulness;
  • Shared Knowledge (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Archiving to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Resourcefulness. Mastering this talent you can learn all sub-specialization of your choice and improve your crafting stats: +30 Resourcefulness, +10 Multicraft, Missives, and Treatises crafts are 10% faster;
  • Contracts and Missives (20 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Shared Knowledge to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can get +30 Inspiration, +20 Multicraft, Contracts, and Missives craft 10% faster;
  • Draconic Treatises (20 Points): Mastering this talent you can get +20 Resourcefulness, +10 Resourcefulness, +10 Multicraft, Treatises craft 10% faster.

Runebinding Inscription

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A combat specialization that focuses on stat-improving runes: Codexes, Vantus Runes, and the new Fauna Runes.

  • Runebinding (30 Points): For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to use Optional Reagents to upgrade item level on Staves and Codexes, learn a sub-specialization of your choice, +25 Resourcefulness, +20 Inspiration, Runebinding goods craft 10% faster;
  • Woodcarving (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Runebinding to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Resourcefulness. Mastering this talent you can learn to use Optional Reagents to specify the secondary stats on various Woodcarving goods, +30 Inspiration, Woodcarving goods craft 30% faster;
  • Profession Tools (20 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Woodcarving to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to craft a  Scribe’s Resplendent Quill (profession tool), +10 Inspiration;
  • Staves (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Woodcarving to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can craft a Weathered Explorer’s Stave, and learn to use special Finishing Reagents that improve the crafting quality of your staves. Also, you will get +35 Inspiration, +10 Resourcefulness;
  • Runic Scripture (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Runebinding to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Inspiration. Mastering this talent you can learn to use Optional Reagents to specify the secondary stats on various Codexes, +25 Inspiration and your Runic Scripture gods craft 10% faster;
  • Codexes (30 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Runic Scripture to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you can learn to use special Finishing Reagents that improve the crafting quality of your codexes. Also, you will get +10 Crafting Skil, and +50 Inspiration when making codexes;
  • Vantus Runes (20 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Runic Scripture to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you will learn to use special Finishing Reagents that improve the crafting quality of Vantus Runes. Also, you can get +20 Resourcefulness, +15 Inspiration, and +10 Multicraft;
  • Fauna Runes (20 Points): Requires at least 10 points in Runic Scripture to learn this sub-specialization. For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill. Mastering this talent you will learn to use special Finishing Reagents that improve the crafting quality of Fauna Runes. Also, you will get +20 Resourcefulness, +15 Inspiration, and +10 Multicraft.

Dragonflight Inscription Specialization Basics

You can choose a specialization at Dragon Isles Inscription level 25. You must reach Dragon Isles Inscription level 50 to be able to learn a second specialization and level 100 to learn the final.

Your Dragon Isles Inscription Knowledge allows you to track your progress in a certain specialization. Explore the Dragon Isles to get knowledge points.

Dragonflight Inscription Trainers

So far, only two Inscription trainers are known on the Dragon Isles:

  • Custodian Cynegos (located in Camp Antonidas in The Azure Span)
  • Talendara (located in the market of Valdrakken in Thaldraszus)

We hope, this article will help you master Inscription on the Dragon Isles. Good luck, and don’t forget to rate our guide if it was helpful to you.

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