"World of Warcraft" Silk Cloth Farming Guide

Updated on February 11, 2019
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I've been playing World of Warcrat since 2008 with the launch of The Burning Crusade. I enjoy gold-making and achievement hunting.

In Feralas you will be able to farm some mobs, with a very fast respawn rate and in this spot you will be able to get from 1000 to 1200 Silk Cloth per hour, as well as some extra gold on the side and the chance to get a cool rare companion.

The place I am talking about is New Thalanaar and you will be killing Grimtotem Marauders.

They are close together and with a fast respawn rate and thus, this place is quite good for farming Silk Cloth.

These monsters are level 39-40 with a health pool of about 1400 HP so they can be killed easily by anyone over level 60.

There are two spots, a small sort-of island and the 'coast'. I do not know how to explain it so I made two screenshots in-game to show you what I mean. On these two spots, a lot of Marauders spawn, close together.

You can kill the Grimtotem Marauders in Spot number 1, loot, move to Spot number 2, kill and loot, come back to Spot 1 and retake the whole process.

These guys spawn in 5 to 10 seconds from what I saw. You will have 0 downtime except the 2-3 seconds it takes you to move from spot 1 to spot 2.

In spot number 1, shown above, you will find a couple of Marauders near the bridge, a couple near the tower and a couple near the dock.

Spot number two (shown above), is along the coast and it has 10-15 Grimtotem Marauders relatively close together, clumped up in groups of 3-4.

Very easy to kill and loot.

Loot Breakdown

In 15 minutes of farming I got the following:

  • 286 Silk Cloth
  • 39 Mageweave Cloth
  • 10 BoE Green Items

For these 15 minutes of farming I got an estimated value of 1696 gold for the items I looted which is quite nice.

Most of the green items I got were worth 50-200 gold since most of them are part of transmog and RP sets.

Silk Cloth on my server is quite a good seller, 1 piece of Silk Cloth is approximately 1,5 gold.

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In this spot you also have a chance to get the Sprite Darter Egg which is a nice little companion.

It is BoP and you are not able to sell it, but if you are a collector or an enthusiast of Pet Battles, then this spot is quite good for you.

Chance for a pet as well as decent gold per hour.


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      Mojo jojo 

      14 months ago

      20 minutes of farming 29 pieces of silk cloth


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