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Proficiency refers to a character’s training in a profession. Listed in the table below is the level and skill required to advance to each proficiency. With Patch 3.0.3 the level requirements required to train gathering skills have been removed. For weapon and armor proficiencies, see Class proficiencies.
|Apprentice||5||1 - 75|
|Journeyman||10||50 - 150|
|Expert||20||125 - 225|
|Artisan||35||200 - 300|
|Master||50||300 - 375|
|Grand Master|| 55|
|375 - 450|
|Illustrious||75||425 - 525|
|Zen Master||80||500 - 600|
- ^ a b c d e http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/professions/basics.html
- ^ For gathering professions; | 2009-04-14 22:43 by Zarhym
- ^ For Blacksmithing or Enchanting; it could be 65; apparently not officially documented.
- ^ For Alchemy, Engineering, Inscription, Jewelcrafting, Leatherworking, or Tailoring; apparently not officially documented.