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So, let’s get acquainted with another Dragonflight profession. In this guide, you will find out what changes have taken place in the Tailoring profession in general in Dragonflight, and how can earn gold by choosing Tailoring. Also, we will describe all specializations, and at the end, you will find out where you can learn this profession. Sit back, we’re about to start.

Dragonflight Tailoring Bonuses & Benefits

Let’s start with bonuses provided by the profession, as well as new items:

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Dragonflight Tailoring Changes

Significant changes in the Dragonflight Tailoring profession that you should know about.

  • All professions now have a new interface;
  • A new Crafting Order system that allows you to ask other players to craft the item you want. With this system, you can also request profession-exclusive items that were previously limited to crafted items only;
  • New optional reagents;
  • You can recraft already created items with the desired characteristics;
  • New Crafting-Specific Stats;
  • New Profession Gear that does not take up space in the inventory and gives special stats that improve your performance within the profession;
  • Tailoring currently has four specializations: Tailoring Mastery, Textiles, Draconic Needlework, and Garmentcrafting.

You can find out more about all the changes in our Dragonflight Professions guide.

Dragonflight Tailoring Equipment

With the release of Dragonflight, your character will look appropriate for their profession when performing an action associated with it. So the tailoring equipment will have special scissors and an elegant robe. Note that gear will not be transmoggable at launch.

Dragonflight Tailoring Guide

Another significant point about equipment is that now some professions can make it for other professions. So for example Khaz’gorite Needle Set for Tailors that craft blacksmiths.

Dragonflight Tailoring Specializations

Let’s move on to looking at the four specializations available in Dragonflight Tailoring.

Tailoring Mastery

Practice in the art of Tailoring, where you can improve your ability to conserve limited resources, as well as improve the quality of all your crafts by getting more resources with Dragon Isles. 

Tailoring Mastery (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Crafting Skill, improving the art of tailoring.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +14 Skill when you craft Tailoring goods;
  • Tailoring is 15% faster.

Cloth Collection (50 Points). For each point of this specialization, you increase the amount of fabric by 1%, learning how to collect it more efficiently. You can find it at the Dragon Islands humanoids. 

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Learning to collect especially damaged Wildercloth forms for use in Unravelingж
  • Learning to seldom collect Wildercloth Bolts off humanoids in the Dragon Islesж
  • Up to 100% increase in the amount of cloth, which you will find at the humanoids on the Dragon Isles.

Sparing Sewing (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Resourcefulness, using materials at no extra cost.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Up to +30 Resourcefulness when you craft Tailoring goods;
  • Up to 50% additional reagents Resourcefulness saves when crafting Tailoring goods.

Shrewd Stitchery (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Inspiration, becoming diligent at sewing.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Up to +30 Inspiration when you craft Tailoring goods;
  • Up to 50% additional Skill from Inspiration when you craft Tailoring goods.

Textiles

Learning how to become an expert in weaving fabric into bolts, embroidering various items, and unraveling various pieces of fabric. Be an expert on the fabrics that are used to create the most powerful gear. 

Textiles (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at creating various reagents and special items while improving the more specialized sides of Tailoring.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Up to +5 Inspiration when you craft specialty items and reagents;
  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +20 Crafting Speed when you craft specialty items and reagents;
  • Up to +5 Resourcefulness when you craft specialty items and reagents;
  • Learning how to craft and use the Illustrious Insight Finishing Reagent to raise Skill when you craft specialty items and reagents.

Spinning (25 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming an expert in unraveling fabric and spinning various threads. 

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Up to +15 Crafting Speed when you unravel fabric and spinning thread;
  • Up to +10 Skill when you unravel fabric and spinning thread;
  • Up to +20 Resourcefulness when you unravel fabric and spinning thread;
  • Learning how to extract Rousing Elements of a certain type from the wildercloth by unraveling them.

Weaving (20 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming an expert in weaving cloth into bolts. 

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Up to +20 Inspiration when you weave cloth into bolts;
  • Up to +80 Multicraft when you weave cloth into bolts.

Embroidery (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming an expert in embroidering from simple items like polishing cloth to intricate items like banners and bags.  

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Up to +20 Inspiration when you craft items like polishing cloth, banners, and bags;
  • Up to +10 Skill when you craft items like polishing cloth, banners, and bags;
  • Up to +25 Resourcefulness when you craft items like polishing cloth, banners, and bags;
  • Learning how to use Embroidery Thread Finishing Reagents on a variety of embroidered items.

Draconic Needlework

Using only the magic of bronze and azure dragons, create unique items of equipment.

Draconic Needlework (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at using the magic of the Dragon Isles to create exceptional garments from reagents, such as Azureweave and Chronocloth.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +15 Inspiration when you craft items using Azureweave or Chronocloth;
  • Up to +10 Resourcefulness when you craft items using Azureweave or Chronocloth;
  • Learning how to craft and use the Illustrious Insight Finishing Reagent to raise Skill when you craft Azureweave and Chronocloth bolts and products.

Azureweave Tailoring (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, concentrating on the Arcane nature of the Blue Dragonflight.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Learning how to craft Azureweave Bolt;
  • Learning how to craft Azureweave Mantle;
  • Learning how to craft Azureweave Robe;
  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +20 Inspiration when you craft and use Azureweave;
  • Up to +10 Resourcefulness when you craft and use Azureweave.

Azureweaving (20 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, by acquiring skills to craft Azureweave Bolts.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Increasing your connection to the Blue Dragonflight magic, reducing the rate of depletion of the magic used to craft Azureweave Bolts;
  • Up to +20 Multicraft when you craft Azureweave Bolts;
  • Up to +5 Skill when you craft Azureweave Bolts.

Chronocloth Tailoring (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, unlocking the secrets of the Bronze Dragonflight’s time magic.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Learning how to craft Chronocloth Bolt;
  • Learning how to craft Chronocloth Gloves;
  • Learning how to craft Chronocloth Leggings;
  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +20 Inspiration when you craft and use Chronocloth;
  • Up to +10 Resourcefulness when you craft and use Chronocloth.

Timeweaving (20 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, by acquiring skills to craft Chronocloth Bolts.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Increasing your connection to the Bronze Dragonflight magic, reducing the rate of depletion of the magic used to craft Chronocloth Bolts;
  • Up to +20 Multicraft when you craft Chronocloth Bolts;
  • Up to +5 Skill when you craft Chronocloth Bolts.

Garmentcrafting

Become an expert in creating the wide range of combat and professional equipment you need for your adventures in the Dragon Islands.

Garmentcrafting (30 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring Cloth Armor so that you can fight the strongest opponents of the Dragon Isles.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Up to +10 Skill when you craft cloth armor;
  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +5 Inspiration when you craft cloth armor;
  • Up to +5 Resourcefulness when you craft cloth armor;
  • Tailoring is 15% faster.

Outfits (40 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring basic stuff of equipment like Chest and Leg.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Learning how to use Optional Reagents to determine the secondary characteristics of many chest and leg armor;
  • Up to +10 Skill when you craft armor for the chest and legs;
  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +10 Inspiration when you craft armor for the chest and legs;
  • Learning how to craft a Dragoncloth Tailoring Vestments;
  • Up to +10 Resourcefulness when you craft armor for the chest and legs;
  • Learning how to use Embroidery Thread Finishing Reagents on chest and leg armor stuff.

Robes (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloth chest armor like robes and tunics.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Leggings (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloth leg armor.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Outerwear (50 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring the embellishments of an outfit like Hand, Feet, Head, and Back stuff.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Learning how to use Optional Reagents to determine the secondary characteristics of cloaks, head, hand, and foot armor;
  • Up to +20 Inspiration when you craft cloaks and armor for the hands, head, and feet;
  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +20 Resourcefulness when you craft cloaks and armor for the hands, head, and feet;
  • Learning how to craft a Market Tent;
  • Learning how to use Embroidery Thread Finishing Reagents on cloaks, head, hand, and foot armor.

Gloves (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloth hand armor.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Footwear (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloth foot armor.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Hats (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloth head armor.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Cloaks (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloaks.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Embellishments (40 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring the embellishments of an outfit like Waist, Shoulder, and Wrist stuff.

Mastering this talent you can get:

  • Learning how to use Optional Reagents to determine the secondary characteristics of the shoulder, waist, and wrist armor;
  • Up to +10 Skill  when you craft armor for the shoulders, waist, and wrists;
  • Any sub-specialization of your choice;
  • Up to +10 Inspiration when you craft armor for the shoulders, waist, and wrists;
  • Up to +10 Resourcefulness when you craft armor for the shoulders, waist, and wrists;
  • Learning how to use Embroidery Thread Finishing Reagents on the shoulder, waist, and wrist armor.

Belts (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloth waist armor.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Armbands (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloth wrist armor.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Mantles (10 Points). For each point of this specialization, you gain +1 Skill, becoming better at tailoring cloth shoulder armor.

Mastering this talent you can get:

Dragonflight Tailoring Specialization Basics

This specialization is designed to create a large range of combat and professional equipment that you will need for your adventures.

You can learn the Tailoring specialization starting at level 25 of Dragon Isles Tailoring. And once you reach Tailoring level 25, you will have access to the Specializations professions tab. There are four specializations available to you in Tailoring. To learn specialization, you need a certain level of Dragon Isles Tailoring and you can start learning with any of them.

  • At Dragon Isles Tailoring 25 you have access to the first specialization;
  • At Dragon Isles Tailoring 50 you have access to the second specialization;
  • At Dragon Isles Tailoring 75 you have access to the third specialization;
  • At Dragon Isles Tailoring 100 you have access to the fourth and final specialization.

Each Tailoring specialization has a talent tree, use Dragon Isles Tailoring Knowledge to control the rest of your knowledge. We believe knowledge points will be gained by completing world quests and exploring the Dragon Isles. You will need points to advance to the next level and for every 5 Knowledge points you spend on a specialization talent, you can get extra bonuses.

Dragonflight Tailoring Trainers

The following trainers are featured for the Tailoring profession along with their locations.

  • Zayn Starmaker, Wingrest Embassy, Waking Shores
  • Krillonn, Ruby Life Pools, The Waking Shores
  • Weaver Ylutai, Teerakai, Ohn´aran Plains
  • Threadfinder Fulafong and Threadfinder Pax, the market of Valdrakken, Thaldraszus.

That’s all we wanted to tell you about the Tailoring Dragonflight profession for now. Do not forget to follow us, soon we will add leveling information. We wish you the best of luck with your Dragon Isles adventures.

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