You find yourself in the city of Tarren Mill where you are approached by a low-level “hired gun” for whom you’ve undertaken some odd jobs, who gives to see about another job. His name is Cobra Scales and he has an unusual request:
Cobra Scale Farming:
Scales of a Cobra are required for the creation of eight Transmog components. These may cost anything from 200g to 1200g apiece, depending on your realm. Unless you can acquire your Cobra Scales for 200g, I recommend farming these resources yourself to improve your profit margins.
Crafts for Transmogrification:
I’d suggest skipping the two Leg Armors, since they’re a specialty item that doesn’t sell very frequently.
Instead, try making these six Transmog items below; when sold on the Auction House, these crafts fetch a lot of money. Check to see whether you have the patterns; if not, the recipes may be found in the Auction House!
Cobra Scales may be obtained through farming and skinning three different monsters. They’re there;
When you skin a mob, you have a 10% chance of getting a Cobra Scale. The Twilight Serpents are the greatest to farm since they’re easy to get by in Nagrand.
It takes around 5-7 minutes for a Twilight Serpent to respawn once you kill and loot it. Thankfully, we have two nearby places where we can drastically decrease the amount of time we spend waiting for respawns. Warmaul Hill (Twilight Ridge) is the first site, while Forge Camp: Fear is the second (Twilight Ridge).
I recommend conquering Location 1: Warmaul Hill first, then going on to 2nd Location: Forge Camp as soon as possible. Return to Location 1, where the Twilight Serpents should have respawned, after the area has been cleared. Rinse and repeat until you’ve reached your desired result.
One of the locations is:
Warmaul Hill (Twilight Ridge) is located in Nagrand at coordinates [20.35]. There are about 11 Twilight Serpents in this area. Herb and Ore nodes are strewn around the area; if you have Herbalism or Mining, try cultivating these as well! Wild Sparrowhawks are also near by; kill them if you want.
Within Nagrand, the Forge Camp (Twilight Ridge) is near by at coordinates [11.40]. As you approach the location, you will see a large number of mobs. There are around 13 Twilight Serpents in this area. You have the option of killing everything you see here if you so choose. It’s also possible to farm Herb and Ore nodes.
Putting a Price on Your Cobra Scales:
If you’d rather sell the resources, TheUndermineJounal has some Regional Median Prices (RMP) (TUJ).
|Material||European Union Median||Median in the United States|
|Cobra Scales||1200g 00s||1200g 00s|
Please think about sending a modest sum to the Auction House at any given moment. Posting a large number of Cobra Scales will significantly decrease their value – we want our consumers to think these products are unique and will retain their worth!
Although the Cobra Scales weigh about 1200g each (RMP), I would advise prudence and a substantial price reduction if you wish to sell them. Someone should be enticed to buy your Cobra Scales if they weigh between 200 and 400 grams.
The prices indicated by TUJ are just suggestions based on geographical statistics. To get exact statistics about your world, be sure to input your particular realm.
The End Result:
Here are the outcomes of my agricultural efforts. Warmaul Hill and Forge Camp will be available for one hour each. Please keep in mind that I only hunted down and looted Twilight Serpents. You will receive much more treasure if you kill additional mobs in the area than I did.
It’s important to note that RNG may and will provide a variety of outcomes.
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