The Dragon Isles Enchanting Skill and Inspiration points are scattered through quite a few nodes in the profession trees. This being said, it’s not that easy to achieve maximum skill for a certain type of enchantments, so you can easily craft them at T3 quality.
In this post, we’re going to point out a fairly decent way to train your first 110 points. This should put you on the right path to becoming a skillful enchanter.
How To Train Your First 110 Knowledge Points In Enchanting
- Insight of the Blue: +10
- Draconic Disenchantment: +40
- Enchantment: +10
- Sophic: +10
- Rods, Runes, and Ruses: +10
- Inspired Devotion: +30
The Reasoning Behind This Build
First of all, Draconic Disenchantment considerably improves your Disenchantment ability. With this profession trait maximized, you’ll get additional reagents when disenchanting items.
Next, choose your specialization enchantment. I went with Sophic because that’s the primary stat weapon enchantment, but you can choose any of the other sub-specs. Sophic is also the most expensive weapon enchantment to craft. Of course, to unlock Sophic, you’ll need to train 10 KP in Enchantment first and unlock Primal. You can cap Sophic without training any KP in Primal. However, you’ll still need to train at least 40 KP in Primal later on, to increase your Crafting Skill and Inspiration.
Finally, 10 KP in Rods, Runes, and Ruses, allows you to unlock Inspired Devotion. By capping Inspired Devotion, you’ll get a high percentage bonus of skill granted by Inspiration.
As we’ve mentioned above, the Inspiration and Skill points in Enchanting are scattered over multiple profession traits. Thus, in order to maximize your skill and be able to craft T3 enchantments with ease, you’ll have to invest more points in those traits.
Differently put, you’ll need to have at least 35 KP in Primal Extraction, at least 40 KP in Primal (or Material Manipulation, if you went with the other sub-spec in Enchantment), at least 45 KP in Insight of the Blue, and at least 25 KP in Enchantment. That’s a lot of points.
Needless to say, it’s important to invest in blue crafting gear, for maximum skill and inspiration bonuses.
How to earn Knowledge Points in Dragon Isles Enchanting
1. First Crafts – every time you craft an enchantment for the first time, you’ll get one 1 KP.
2. Primalist Charm (drops from primalists), Primordial Aether (drops from mana mobs and wyrmlings at Azure Archives in the Azure Span), Prismatic Focusing Shard, and Primal Dust. The last two can be found in Disturbed Dirt and Expedition Scout’s Packs. You can collect one of each every week. Each one grants 1 KP.
3. Draconic Treatise on Enchanting – crafted by Inscription crafters. You can get these via Crafting Orders and you can use one per week. Each one grants 1 KP.
4. Dusty Enchanter’s Research, Rare Enchanter’s Research, Ancient Enchanter’s Research – sold by Rabul in Valdrakken (35, 59) when you reach Preferred, Respected, and Valued reputation with the Artisan’s Consortium (as of 10.0.7). These grant 10 KP each and cost 100, 150, and 200 Artisan’s Mettle, so save your mettle.
5. Dragon Shard of Knowledge – quest item found in Disturbed Dirt, Expedition Scout’s Pack, or various other reward boxes. You can turn these shards in for Knowledge Points at Khadin in Ohn’Ahran Plains (51, 33). But to be able to collect Dragon Shards of Knowledge, you’ll have to complete the quest chain Catching Up! which starts with A Gift For Miguel and ends with A Worthy Hunt. One shard equals one point.
6. Valdrakken weekly quests.
7. Crafter’s Knowledge – available when reaching renown levels 14 & 23 with the Dragonscale Expedition, renown levels 14 & 24 with Iskaara Tuskarr, and renown level 12 with the Loam Niffen.
8. Niffen Notebook of Enchanting Knowledge – sold by Harlowe Marl (56, 55) at the Loamm in Zaralek Cavern.
9. One-time loot Enchanting Treasures.
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