This has to be the oddest name for cloth; it sounds more like a rare Leatherworking reagent (despite the icon and white quality). It doesn't appear to be cloth scraps at all, either; and yet the description points towards it being used as cloth. Feel free to downrank this as soon as more information is available, but for now all I'll say is that there seems to be precious little information on tailoring. Could there be two kinds of cloth that drop in Draenor? We already know that the daily cooldown cloth is
; but information seems to be lacking to confirm that this is indeed the new cloth.
* Since my original comment, the name of this item has changed. It used to be called 'Native Beast Fur'. Sumptuous Fur still doesn't sound appealing to tailors!
As of the latest beta patch, Sumptuous Fur is dropping as LOOT from Shadowmoon Stalkers (level 90 wolves in Shadowmoon). Being a skinner I can then procede to skin the animal for
Raw Beast Hide
. As others have mentioned, this is a big change from the normal humanoid/undead drop of cloth for tailors and first aid. I personally find it an unfair advantage for skinners as they can farm "cloth" AND leather from the same beasts.
The tailoring building in the garrison offers a work order: 5 Sumptuous Fur in exchange for
. The building can be built and work orders can be completed even if you don't have tailoring. You can then ask the tailoring NPC
in the building to craft you cloth armor or
you receive. As the
is BOP, you can't exchange it with other players or sell it on the AH.
I have found that Saberon have a very good drop rate for sumptuous fur, and since their spawn rate is pretty quick it's easy to farm in any saberon area.
Sumptuous Fur may also be acquired through trapping talbuks and wolves for barn workorders.
The elite beast for a level 3 barn fur workorder is
Tailors now get drops of beasts, instead of Humanoids. Don't know why they changed it, but they did.
Don't you think it was a bit babarish to get the cloth from killing Humanoids? This new cloth actually show intellect (in a brain-used-way), that the world has figured out how to make it from scratch instead of stealing it :P
Question: Did we actually tear the cloths of the deads and used it (magically) for use in Professions? Yaaaak! I like this new picture better ;) (Yeah, you probably guessed... I'm a girl (actually, an old Lady) that still wants to save the world) :)
Pretty good farming spot that i have experienced is in 'Spires of Arak' at the coast.
Here is a picture of the map with the selected area:
Just kill those feral druids... i mean those bloodmane mobs. Sadly i dont have any numbers. Just give it a try!
I highly recommend the Shivering Trench's frost wolves for Hordies; they've got a rather good drop rate, fast spawn and big numbers.
I found Tailthrasher Basin in Southern Gorgrond (43, 90) to be a good farming spot. Lots of mobs and they drop a fair amount of fur.
Given that this does not drop from humanoids, does cloth scavenging
affect drop rates?
I found the best farming spot to be in Tailthrasher Basin (Southern part of Gorgrond, around 43, 90) off of the Saberon (forgive me if this is spelled wrong)
Excellent start dropping from mobs "Ridge Prowler", but for for some reason I can not find on wowhead, so it to show a similar creature - . Start dropping at 1-3 pieces, sometimes 5 in Talador above Fort Rinn coordinates - 66 17. Within 25 minutes you can collect about 50 pieces. 50 pieces are enough to do daily things Tailoring profession and start a process in
in your garrison.
Not all cloths are grown from plants. People have been making CLOTH from the "fur" of animals such as angora rabbits, and sheep, for eons. So collecting fur for cloth makes sense from this point of view.
If you're also a skinner I would suggest you start at that cave and work up the coast killing Coldsnout Boars. They drop less Fur but are skinnable and are very plentiful.
This is the
of WoD. Though it has several tradeskill uses, as you can see by clicking on
will benefit from it the most.
I've found that the wolves in the shivering trench in frostfire ridge (53,66) give me the best rate of fur. They are lvl 90 wolves, and have a respawn rate of around 1 minute. There are 2 packs and then some loose ones in the back. they gave me 150 fur in about 15 minutes so around 600 fur in a hour, probably more as im not constantly farming (im farming while writing this. so really really good! Oh and so far i havent seen anyone else so not much competition ^^
Hope this helps :)
Ps. you WILL feel bad killing the wolves, as there are really cute puppies walking around :(
Does Cloth Scavenging work for , does it work for humanoids in Draenor from the new expansion Warlords of Draenor?
For all you Horde Barn peoples:
If the wolf area east of your garrison in Frostfire is being camped by a bunch of people, fly to Wor'var in Nagrand and right outside the base there are a few trees with 3-5 talbuks. You can also get fur from turning these talbuks in to your barn.
As I only use the fur for daily Tailoring cooldown I have found the Wolves close to the Alliance Garrisson to be the best spot, easily killed and you get drops fairly frequently.
A really good spot for farming
just east of Fort Wrynn, Talador (or just north of Vol'jin's Pride).
They have slightly under a 1:1 drop rate and they respawn fast enough that you can circle the lake and they'll be back by the time you make it all the way around. Plus they're only level 94 so they're quick and easy to kill, AND they fight each other so they often have even less health! You should be able to get around 250-350 furs an hour there.
I've found the sweet spot to farm Sumptuous Fur @lvl100 is Steamscar Rise in Gorgrond farming Saberon. the entrance is @ 50.2,49.5 for those without co-ords is above Highpass and to the right of Gronn Canyon. in the space of an hr I have farmed 859 Sumptuous Fur
For those looking to farm while farming,
in addition to
. Without skinning, there's seems to be few activities that you can do while gathering material for tailoring. This is a sharp contrast to previous expansions where you were much more likely to get cloth from your normal activities like running a dungeon.
Edit: I recommend avoiding the elites in the area as they don't drop enough fur for the increased time investment of killing them.
It's almost always heavily camped, but for horde the frostwolves in the Shivering Trench just east of your garrison is amazing, especially if you have a skinner and/or a barn. There are two sets of frostwolves sleeping right across from each other, each group has about 6-7 wolves. My hunter would drop a trap then barrage. The first to reach me would be trapped giving a furry beast for the barn, the rest would die. Loot, skin, turn around and repeat. I had about 15-20 minutes where nobody else was in the trench and got 247 Raw Beast Hide, 122 Sumptuous fur, and 9 Furry Caged Beasts, not to mention 4 greens for enchanter and about 100G worth of vendor items, mostly Luxurious Pelts, mangy pelts, and serrated incisors.
The talbuks around nagrand are also great, especially if you need timber for your lumber mill. One circuit around nagrand got me 21 Caged Furry Beasts, 250 timber, and about 90 fur. The talbuks take longer to kill, so I mostly trapped while in nagrand.
In Spires of Arak, I'm finding the boars on the coast west of Axefall are dropping good numbers. Maybe I'm getting lucky, but they are dropping 3 per kill.
I am a skinner so I had tons of this stuff. I was just selling it to regular vendors just to get more space in my bags. Actually you can use it to level your FIRST AID profession. Sumptuous fur makes special antiseptic bandages (Cures of Draenor) which heals for 47,440 damage over 8 seconds. "The healing properties of Sea Scorpion venom can be absorbed through the skin, but application is slow." Hoping this will clear up some of the confusion our beloved tailors have been experiencing.
I wanted to put my two cents in on farming this crafting material having tried all the locations listed below. While they are mostly "ok" places to farm, I , like most people would rather have a better consistent yield / spawn & a less camped location than most of the places listed below.
The very best place that I have discovered so far is in Shadowmoon Valley all along the fields outside the Temple of Karabor. This is where the packs of Grazers (Elekk) cruise around. Each pack of mobs yields between 3-9 fur. There are a few spots where you can pull 2-3 groups together which is nice :)
I found that the spawn rate is decent because these mobs are a quest objective which always seems to help spawn rates. But.. even if there are other people out doing the quest it seems to be no issue since these mobs spawn all the way south toward the coast and the Shimmer Moor and north most of the way to Elodor / Shinri country.
If you take a skinner you can get double duty in this location (always a nice perk) and even tho it yields scraps these do add up as well. The meat is also still "decently" priced in AH so time spent farming the fur here has a few ways to make it at the very least "minimally" profitable.
Happy Hunting !
I chose tailoring, as many other clothies, for the fine art of delicate fabrics, not for butchering animals. And to the comments that say "we are making cloth from the fur of the animals for eons blah blah", the answer is we don't kill the sheep in the process, giving it to
Zlagk The Butcher
and turning it into pieces of meat just to get the fur. We are not leatherworkers. Plz Blizz reconsider.
I tried farming this in various places but by far, the barn is superior for this.
The best spot I was able to find was in
There are 2 dens that have about 8-10 frost wolves and the respawn time is pretty quick. You can get about 1000 per hour if you are fast enough.
Here is a
showing the exact spot.
Also its worth noting that they are skinnable as well!
easiest way to get it is to have the trade post level 3 in your garrison and have a load of resources and just buy loads of stacks 1 sumptuous fur = 4 garrison resource so 100 = 400 resources
Can anyone confirm at all if they nerfed the Frostfire Ridge farming area for fur? Shivering Trench.
Giving another data point for my fellow farmers:
The Sabremaw in southern Spires of Arak yielded these results:
(Killing all from north to south then repeat)
20 mins of farming
253 Sumptuous Fur
382 Gold from loot and selling greens/greys
IF it held up over an hour that would be 759 fur and 1146 gold/HR
Wanting to see how much fur and gold I could earn making loop just outside of Temple of Karabor. I send all my gold but 5g to alt. In 45 minutes I got the following results.
1. 253 furs
2. 4 greens which would had gotten me around 70g if i had vendor them but being enchanter i did not do this
3. 66 raw elekk meat which on the elune/gil server sells on ah for about 1g each give or take
4 gold from junk items 150g.
I'm sure some people have done better and others worse but these were my personal results.
Farming Sumptuous Fur In Shadowmoon Valley
For lowbie farming like me. Best bet is the Eleks in shadowmoon. However saberon on most places do good as well.
Found a great farm in Shadowmoon Valley. Coords 30,29 The wolves are called injured stalkers. Realm hop and reset the blacklist. Fast respawn. Farmed 800 per hour plus the trash items are very expensive to sell. Several hundred gold in trash.
Guide to Sumptuous Fur farming
Regarding buying items in bulk from the garrison traders
I am not sure if this represents a recent change or not, however I discovered that once you <shift>-click an item in the trader's UI, you can simply type in a desired quantity of the item up to the maximum stack size for that item.
This promises to bring reductions in aggravation as well as repetitive stress injuries.
You can make your entries using main keyboard numeric keys and/or the number pad keys (And, yes, you
use a combination of both, Weisenheimer).
It is not even necessary to click in the number display area in order to enter the quantity.
Guys, I created a video describing the idea the location in Nagrand to power farm both sumptous furs and Raw Beast Hides:
I hope my tip video helps!
For those farming these in Legion at lvl110:
The Gorgrond farmspots are no longer viable:
1. The northern one has too many mobs in caves, and as they die instantly, you're running around alot to loot just 1 body.
2. The southern one has too few mobs. They don't respawn fast enough.
The Bloodmane pridelands farmingspot in Spires of Arak is well suited for instakills. It is so large that you are never out of mobs, even with people questing there at the same time.
As a current level 110 and a Tailor, my favorite farming spot is under Bladespire Citadel's bridge. There's tons of mobs called "
"'s that also respawn very fast. I just flightpath over to Bladespire Citadel and run down onto the icy river. I get around 100 fur in about 10 minutes or so.
Best guide there is
Today i was farming it on my DH since i needed it to make bags on tailor i found Nagrand as a good place and if you are skinner too its also good for it.
I killed the clefthoofs and talbuks in the area shown on map, on inner side between those 2 flightmasters.
Besides a good droprate for the fur that was 1-4 each time i also got Gorian Artifact Fragments if you need reputations with the goblins in Nagrand, droprate was also 1-4 on those and sometimes a rare one., skinning those they give up to 4 leather too.
So i think this is a good area and respawn of mobs are also fast :)
i like sumptuous fur
Just spent less than an hour at the Shivering Trench's frost wolves in Frostfire Ridge, and got ~1000 Sumptuous Fur and a lot of greens and greys. The wolves spawn pretty fast, when I was finished with one side of the trench, the other side had respawned. During the time I was there, I saw 3 other players. Pretty good place to farm Sumptuous Fur.
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look at the map and farm them over and over they spawn really fast still viable Sep 2020. Its a little bit of a trek but very worth it if you need fast fur.
Many sources shown here on the map
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