WoW WotLK Classic: Subtitle Preview

Later Death Knight Announcement Another core feature of WoW: Wrath of the Lich King was a Blizzard developer note on the official WoW website last night: the inscription. Find out more about starting a new craft, benefits, all the necessary materials and items to craft below. By the way: Blizzard accidentally revealed the release date of WotLK Classic!

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Official announcement of the WotLK Classic Inscription

For writers, the pen is both a weapon and a tool. They use pure magic to combine words of power into parchment. Those who follow this path will learn to craft the following items:

  • Scrolls: Consumed when used to increase various attributes and apply other effects.
  • Books: Powerful second-hand items popular with wizards.
  • Darkmoon Cards: Can be combined into complete decks that offer wonderful abilities.
  • Glyphs: Powerful spell book inscriptions that increase class skills and spells.
  • Mastery Inscriptions: The most powerful attachments available for shoulder straps.







Already in the pre-patch phase of WotLK Classic, you can learn and advance subtitles.

Source: Blizzard




First steps

As soon The Wrath of the Lich King Classic update is live now, you can start a career as a writer. You can find Inscription Trainers in every capital city (ask the ranger for directions), Honor Hold and Thrallmar in Outland.

subtitling materials

Most inscription recipes require two types of material: ink and parchment. You can create ink by mixing certain pigments, which you in turn collect from different plants and herbs, using the skill learned from Inscription Grind Received. In brief:

  • Collect herbs
  • Grind the herbs to get pigments
  • Makes ink from pigments
  • Use ink and parchment to create inscription recipes

Pigments can only be obtained from plants and herbs. We highly recommend combining Inscription with Herbalism – otherwise you will spend a lot of time in the auction house hunting for materials.

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