Start Level: 50
Sweet Spot: None
Overlap: Usually Mageweave 50-52; Runecloth 50-60 (always overlaps with other cloth)
End Level: n/aFelcloth
must be farmed only off Demons, and even among demons, it's a rare drop. Drop rates are in the 3-5% range on non-elite mobs, and going up to dungeon-only elites only takes it up to 7% or so. There are only two outdoor zones with enough spawn to call potential Felcloth farms and one dungeon where you can get reliable drops.Felcloth
also nearly always overlaps with Runecloth, although at lower levels it can also overlap with Mageweave. Demons that drop Felcloth don't generally drop Runecloth or Mageweave at a higher rate than 1-2, but it's still a worthwhile farm for both.
Felcloth is not used in First Aid and isn't necessary for leveling any profession. Two Felcloth
are needed to create one Mooncloth
, and Felcloth is also a component in several high-level tailoring recipes and one leatherworking recipe. As such, it's a highly important and sought-after ingredient, but not needed for skilling. There are also no reputation turn-ins requiring Felcloth, although it's involved in two Warlock quests.Objective Of:
Felwood's camps are small, but they provide some good early opportunities to hunt both Felcloth and Runecloth. If you decided to move your late Mageweave farming to Felwood, you could transition to all three types of cloth in one reasonably compact zone.
For Felcloth (and Runecloth), you will be targeting Jadefire satyrs in three areas: two in the middle-west and one west of Irontree Woods. The lower level satyrs (50-51) overlap with Mageweave; the higher-level ones (51-52) can drop either Runecloth or Mageweave in addition to Felcloth. For the most part, you'll probably stick to the camps in Jaedenar and south of it, but these are popular farming zones. Moving to the northern camp may be necessary from time to time.
Ren Recommends: Felwood is probably my second favorite zone, not only for cloth but also for mining, herbalism, and skinning. The bears and wolves are also in high demand for meat for important cooking recipes, such as Recipe: Tender Wolf Steak. This was my favorite zone for farming Rugged Leather for the event to open the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj.
Azshara's camps are not nearly as good as the ones in Felwood, but they are presented here as a farming alternative when Felwood is overrun. There are a few camps of Legashi satyrs (51-53) in northern Azshara that present some quieter opportunities for Felcloth farming.
Like the satyrs in Felwood, the Azshara satyrs are also involved in the Warlock quest line to learn how to summon the Inferno, starting with the quest What Niby Commands.
Dungeon Felcloth Farming
Demons and satyrs that drop Felcloth can be found in Dire Maul
's Warpwood Quarter (55-60).