The easiest way to farm Felcloth is to go to the satyr camps in Azshara. Be prepared to come back later because these mobs are heavily camped.
Another nice place to farm felcloth: the jadefire in northwest felwood. I found about 10 in an hour... though, I farmed 2 hours after that and didn't get a single one... felcloth is fairly difficult to find. In the process you grab some runecloth, demonic runes, and broken crappy weapons to sell to vendors, so it is worth a little farming here too. Also heavily camped...
Definitely bring a healer with you if you go farm these satyrs, not so they can heal you but so they can need on the runes to use for raids. Azshara is definitely the easiest place to farm at the Legashi Satyr encampments. There are 3 different camps and usually not too much competition for them ( at least on my server, Gorgonash). so you can ride from camp to camp and just clear each one out.
DM east is a nice place to farm for Felwood. Get a group 3-4 ppl should do it. Kill all the satyr trash and demons in there.
does the winterspring npc really sell it ? someone who has bought it pls comfirm!!!!!!!
There's an imp in Winterspring, named Vi'el, who sells limited stock Felcloth. He sells it for 80s per cloth, so if you only need a little bit, and don't feel like farming, he's in Darkwhisper Gorge, in the cave you see immediately as you walk in.
Well...i read all the comments above, and the real easiest way to "farm" felcloth is at AH...it takes less than 2 minutes, you get no respawns, avoid death and headache. But if you want to farm, the locations above are correct...
Aiya...Gul'Dan server's economy is so messed...there's only one Felcloth going for 5g along with other crazily priced stuff. I'm guessing on servers with a stabler economy, a stack of this stuff would go for around..30-40g or so?
on sporeggar eu you get a few gold a piece
Don't be a nub like I was and think, oh, the drop rate is higher in DM, I'll just go there. Yes, it is higher (in theory, I've gotten two and I'm most of the way through), but the mobs are Elite. Could probably have saved myself a lot of time had I just gone to the jadenfire place in the first place, even if the drop rate is a little lower, i could be killing them 2-3x as fast.
Anyone know if the drop rate in Felwood has been increased? I used to try and farm Felcloth there and it would take forever. Now it seems to drop every other mob.
as a feral druid (level 70) i tend to stealth run dire maul north, as i've been farming steamwheedle rep (gordok shackle keys) in a given day of about 10 runs i can get half a stack from knot thimblejacks cache
not to say that this is the most efficient method, but merely to point out that this is a decent place of getting some, i've aquired 5 stacks of completely unneeded fel cloth this way (having consumed 30-40 gordok shackle keys (haven't kept specific count)
Spent an hour farming these on my lock, got 2 to drop. I'd say the drop rate is still godawful.
The best camp is in felwood, jadefire run. Its a pretty bad drop-rate *but* what makes it good is that its a big camp. Once you cleared it from one side to the other, they have started respawning at the entrance.
Azshara is pretty bad since you need to rotate between 3 camps.
Winterspring, its elites for crying out loud and pretty tough elites, not worth it unless you're 80 and pop them very fast. Could be half decent farming for thorium while you're there collecting felcloth.
Dire Maul, yeah this is pretty good assuming you're high enough level to clear the place.
drop rate from the elites in blasted lands felt bad. 15 kills for first drop (only slightly worse than the average, but with 50-55k hp..ugh), along with an eye of shadow =\
edit: they're all immune to diseases aswell, wth =\
/agree with last post
blasted lands is BAD, as a hunter they are immune to serpent sting, frost trap, concussive shot and to boot they have incredibly high hp for mobs of that lvl (even if they are elite)
If you are 80 then Darkwhisper Gorge in Winterspring is the best place in my opinion, they are elite mobs but very easy to take down, all the times I've farmed here I've had a decent drop rate and no competition, just got roughly 10 in about an hour - not forgetting that the guy who sells felcloth resides in a cave here also (Vi'el), so keep popping in to check his stock!
Good for miners here too!
blasted lands are pretty bad ... i killed 20 doomsguard commanders and the surrounding elites with no felcloth. BUT i did receive the Eye of the Shadow from one of the commanders ... mailed that to my priest. pretty good find. :)
in an hour of farming for felcloth in felwood, i looted a total of 25G, 10 1/2 stacks of mageweave, 5 green drops, and 6 felcloth.
I hadn't seen it here yet so I just wanted to mention that if you're a tailor farming these in Felwood, you can turn them into mooncloth in the nasty green moonwells that are right in the areas you farm them in. Since Blizz took out the CD on mooncloth a while back, you can just make the mooncloth as soon as you get 2 felcloth.
felwood is by far better to farm felclothes. i went to both azshara and felwood.
jadefire run worked great for me the droprate is till bad, but my level 80 never had to wait long for a respawn something dungeons dont't have. top that with less damage and a ton of runecloth what more could a tailor want
i went to azshara and felwood all the camps every is talking about i got 3 felcloth in 4 hrs not a good spot at all wow must of lowered the drop or something so can anyone give me a up date or maybe tell some where else to go or am i missing some thing im lvl 61 hunter please let me know thanks
fun fact, turn your head to the right and look at the icon for felcloth, looks like the anarchist symbol, which fits a demonic cloth i suppose
i decided to try dire maul east since the other farming places didn't worked out for me so... in almost an hour (54 min. to be precise) i got
which made me want to continue (in the other places i tried to farm didn't got any) so in my opinion dire maul east is the best way to farm felcloth also enchanters got a boost for blues and greens here
x2 (lucky me)
Libram of Focus
Libram of Rapidity
Did this with my lvl 69 DK Blood/Frost with some problems but still easy to deal with
Can someone confirm if it still is sold by Vi'el?
Confirmed. Just purchased 2 felcloth and 5 gromsblood from Vi'el at 9:20AM server time, WrA.
Not sure if this was mentioned yet as I only skimmed through the previous comments so excuse me if it was already mentioned. As an 80 working on my Insane title in DM north, i came across alot of Felcloth from Knot Thimblejack's cache. He does not give you felcloth from it every time but when he does it is usually around 3-4 cloth. He also gives a (sometimes epic) tailoring or leatherworking recipe as well as runecloth, rugged leather and rugged hides along with an assortment of different kinds of dragon scales you can sell on the AH. I'm not sure about other realms but rugged leather sells extremely well on my realm. You can access the cache rather quickly (depending on the key dropping RNG) so it seems like a no brainer if you are looking for felcloth.
Hope this helps
Post the Shattering, 4.0.1, some of the locations that used to drop felcloth are gone. The Jadfire mobs in Felwood have been replaced by some Whisperwind Healers/Druids. I tried the Dire Maul mobs and they still drop, but you can only expect 2-4 felcloth drops per clear. I have not checked the other drop areas or if there are new ones.
The Jadefire satyrs in Felwood are still present, but no longer appear to drop Felcloth. At least four clears of the areas on my 85 paladin tested this.
One clear of the satyrs in Dire Maul's Warpwood Quarter yielded eight Felcloth. This was only on the first attempt, however, and may just be luck to get so many.
So Dire Maul is now the sole producer of Felcloth now? Not that it matters to many people, but it kinda sucks for me as a 58 priest trying to make a mooncloth robe (don't ask why - it's just something I've always wanted to wear). Farming that zone is going to be difficult (being that 58 is the highest level I have on this server).
I'm really not sure why blizzard would make Felcoth so hard to obtain now... I just don't get the point...
This sucks! How the hell are we supposed to level tailoring or get cool gear... also not to mention that people are now selling it on the AH for 200g each.... Hating Cata more and more each day... :(
i had trouble finding this item. i was questing in wintersrping and i found an exotic vendor named vi'el. he sold 1 felcloth. i thought he would resupply but he didn't. i went back the next day to see if i could buy it an no he didn't have it.. now i'm angry because this item i hard to find and my realm terenas sells it for 10 gold. i hate cata
According to Blizzard, Felcloth still drops from certain Jadefire mobs (
). That said, I've not been able to get a single piece after grinding through all the applicable mobs twice. Can anyone else besides myself (and the above) confirm or deny finding Felcloth in Felwood? Cheers.
So I have seen people recommending Dire Maul as one of the sole sources of Felcloth..well I decided to give it a shot since my tailor alt needs them. Wiped out Dire Maul East and walked out with exactly five Felcloth in one run. If this is the best source..we're in trouble, Blizz needs to do something about this drop rate.
Couldn't find any anywhere so just went to the little imp there in winterspring...every 30 min there would be 2 felcloth, 3 groomsblood, 1 felcloth and 2 groomsblood, 5 groomsblood, then 2 felcloth again. So I would get 5 pieces every 1 and a half...sigh. While waiting I farmed a bunch of Elements of water and Essence of water from the frozen dudes.
as of patch 4.04 the imp no longer sells felcloth
Man am I glad I got my tailoring leveled long before Cataclysm dropped. Sadly, I am leveling it on another toon, on another server post Cata... If Felwood is a bust now like many are saying, let's hope a lvl 62 Frostmage can solo the nerfed Dire Maul
I've spoken to a GM a few days ago and convinced him that the amont of resources to get Felcloth have been greatly diminished. Coming up with only 1 drop location so far, the GM forwarded my ticket to developers.
We may soon see more resources for this piece of cloth.
Who drops Felcloth?
Keep in mind that if you have the Bloodsail Admiral title and haven't gotten your rep back up with the goblins, going to Winterspring is out of the question. I found out the hard way >.>
Just went the length of Felwood for felcloth! I was using a lvl 71-DK-Unholy, dropped every Satyr which were all lvl 41, they dropped Mageweave only! So, there is now a step the Tailors can go around? What happened to Felcloth, I just got my Priest to the point of going with Mooncloth, when "BAM" the WOW Game pulls the rug out from under him and a bunch more! Then Leather workers lose "Shadow" Oil, Dusky "Stuff" can no longer be made! Playing a game that at the wimp of a game producer does not like TAILORS or LEATHER WORKERS, so they pull stuff like this! If this seems too harsh, look at the players playing the game, in case WOW has not paid attention there are other games coming on, that are showing them better all the time!
As of this patch Felcloth, is not. Anyone hear if this was a Blizzard mistake to drop Felcloth? This caps Mooncloth for good, not to think of at least 4 levels in Tailoring are history.
i was only able to buy 1 felcloth from the little imp in Winterspring, and i've been back 15 times. i haven't been back since the new patch though.
GM has confirmed that felcloth only drops in diremaul as of the latest patch. He has submitted a bug report. Hopefully this will be fixed soon
I've just confirmed that Felcloth drops from the demons in the Blasted Lands, around the Dark Portal and in the areas west of it. Felguard Sentries, Oath-Chained Infernals, Doomguard Destroyers, and Dreadlord Defilers all drop it; I don't know if Felhounds don't drop it or I just didn't happen to get any from the ones I killed. I don't know if it always dropped here or was fixed in 4.1. The drop rate is pretty low; farming it here would probably be only slightly faster than waiting for the imp in Winterspring to restock :)
i had to farm for felcloth for my tailoring and I just happend to have some quests in the tainted forest. I was there for only maybe 30 min. and got 3pcs. I may have just gotten lucky but Im goin back today to farm for more. I will repost to let you all know the outcome....luck or yay there is somewhere that it might just drop more. lol
The grells to the east of The Harborage in the Swamp of Sorrows dropped them for us last night. We got about 10 felcloths in 1 hour. It's a small area but the grells pop like crazy. Enough for two of us to keep running back and forth without any downtime.
Earthen Ring Server
After wiping out all the demons I got 2 felcloth from tainted forest in southwest Blasted Lands, but they wouldn't respawn untill the start up quest was complete.
I can't find any grells to the east of The Harborage in the Swamp of Sorrows, there are misty grells to the west but I couldn't get any drops of felcloth. The imp grell in the winterlands that everyone hypes is pretty stingy, I couldn't get any from him.
The Tainted Forest (SW Blasted Lands) is currently a decent place for felcloth. Dreadlord Defiler and Doomguard Destroyers, 58 - 60 level demons.
is handy if you go here.
Confirmed that these drop off the Misty Grells in Swamp of Sorrows. Got 10 in about 30m.
I have to agree that the work involved in getting Felcloth with Cata is far less rewarding than it was pre-Cata. At least the satyrs in Azshara gave you Runecloth and other goodies. These Grells give you nothing but grays and a green every 50 or so kills.
The demons around The Dark Portal can drop felcloth, too.
I actually enjoy the fact Dire Maul is the only place to farm felcloth at this point in the game. And why farm felcloth? It sells for a fortune in the AH and Mooncloth Bags are a 16-slot non-boe bag, tradable amongst everyone and perfect for alts and guild banks alike. There's no competition in DM so you can relax, the instance is easily soloable, you don't have to kill any bosses (bosses don't drop felcloth) and I don't have to do the entire instance. Just take the backdoor... clear the Satyr (don't forget the linked gremlins too... they drop felcloth as well), go out the backdoor again and reset. 15-20 minutes per run tops. Unfortunately a typical yield is only 3-6 pieces per run, but there's a few other goodies there too.
I got 2 drops within 15mins from Xcrothian Imp in the Mazthoril cave while farming Throrium ore. respawn rate is quick. 1st drop was first encounter. 2 nd drop was 3rd respawn. there are 5 imps at the location. sorry dont have enough ram for the co-ord addon yet....new comp..windows 7 sucks.
During a low level quest Demons and the Druid for the Horde I was sent to
The Tainted Forest
in SW Blasted Lands. The Demons there drop Felcloth better than the rate in Azshara before Cat and the same as Felwood. The only other place it drops is DM so unless you are 60+ do not even try to solo to get it. For the 30min spent doing the quest I had 6 drop. The Demons that drop it are the Dreadlord Defiler & Doomguard Destroyer. I hope this helps. I have included a map and pics of the said demons... Enjoy your day =).
Got 11 Felcloth off the Grells in Swamp of Sorrows (patch 4.2)
In 3 clears of Dire Maul East I got 11 felcloth (3, 0, and 8 drops per run) plus a good bit of silk, mageweave, and runecloth. The drops came from both satyrs and imps. I did not find any felcloth in Jadefire Run / Felwood.
I just bought 2 from Vi'el in Winterspring. Took a couple of hours of sporatically logging in to check..but he still sells them.
Hi guys the best mob for me weastern in south western blasted lands in Maldraz killing Dreadlord Defilers got 3 cloths in 10 min
I imagine quite a few priests are going to farm the Mooncloth set for xmog :) I decided to go kill the Misty Grell's in the north west part of Swamp of Sorrows. I killed 347 grells and yielded 35 felcloth. So for me, they had about a 10 percent drop rate to drop felcloth :)
248 kills, 14 drops. just about 18% drop rate for me
One sure thing, tho it's not a Whole bunch: Every single time i run
Dire Maul: Warpwood Quarter,
I leave with
. Of course, the instance is a Wealth of herb drops, gear drops, etc, so it's kinda worth it. :)
Just an FYI. I did the entire west side of Felwood, and not a single one dropped. Now, it is possible that I just had bad luck, but looking at the drop rate tables for Felwood, I realized that this should not be a big surprise.
Misty Grells in Swamp of Sorrows. Roughly one each pass. Dreadlord Defilers and Doomgaurd Destroyers around and in Wormthorn's lair, Tainted Forest, Blasted Lands. 1-3 each pass.
Not high drop rates, but still, some.
I took the advice of visiting Mazthoril in Winterspring. Killed the Satyr and the Imps. Got 4 pieces of Felcloth within 10 minutes.
I'd like to add about Dire Maul east. I tried both the Misty Grells in Swamps of Sorrow, and DM, and DM seems to be the better option. I found the best way to go about it is to enter DM East, clean the satyrs, go out the east-most exit. Reset instances, go back in and redo the run. You'll get at the very least a few cloths in a short amount of time.
Here is a shot of the run:
Edit: Don't forget to kill Pimgib, the little imp by Lethtendris, he quite often drops one as well.
After 30 minutes of aimlessly killing at the Misty Valley in Swamp of Sorrows I got:
Smooth Leather Shoulderpads
Councillor's Gloves of the Eagle
Not too bad, but could be better. :)
Farmed 20x Felcloth in roughly 30 minutes with only 208 Misty Grell kills in Misty Valley, Swamp of Sorrows (9.6%) - far above the 3% drop rate listed for the mob.
I killed 153 Misty Grell in the Swamp of Sorrows and looted 5 pieces of Felcloth.
So about 1 every 31 kills, not bad, but not great. The only thing that kept me going was how fast they respawn.
Be sure to farm Felcloth with your tailor otherwise you will find out that the drop rate becomes brutal. In farming for these I found that with my tailor I got an approximately 5 times higher drop rate.
100 kills 4 fel cloth but i'd put the drop rate at about 5-7%
try to use a class that has a speed boost such as hunter or drood.
total farm time 15 minutes
UPDATE: make a macro!
/target Misty Grell
/cast (insert instant cast spell here) i did Fel Flame on my Lock
As of today, 03.31.2012, this item does drop from the Misty Grells in Swamp of Sorrows. 191 kills netted 8 Felcloth.
The drop rate from Misty Grells is better than the statistics suggest; according to my experience it is around 8% (I even tried and compared tailor to non-tailor, but no difference.)
As for Vi'el - of course he does still sell Felcloth, but not very often. I parked a toon next to him and visited him a few times to find out. Half of the time he had no limited goods at all; and most of the other times he had Gromsblood. Finding Felcloth on him is rare.
So I spent some time and killed 90
in Swamp of Sorrows and 90 mixed
. in the Blasted Lands (Tainted Forest area). They both drop Fel Cloth at about a 5% rate. Of the two the Misty Grells are easier if you have an AoE character and can run around blasting everything dead and then looting, the Tainted forest guys stand still so you can just run by them and whack them on the nose. There is a big tree which has 5 defilers around a quest NPC in a shield. They respawn faster than usual (they are needed to make the quest interesting I'm guessing) but not fast enough for a L85 mage.
If you are a tailor turning these into Mooncloth there is a moonwell in Duskwood in the Twilight Grove. I think that is the closest one but am not completely sure of that.
Went to the imp in Winterspring after reading top comment (Patch 4.3) -- either he doesn't sell Felcloth anymore, or I had really bad luck and someone bought him out right before I arrived...
I just spent 1/2 hour in Swamp of Sorrows and have got 3 , drop rate is terrible .
My quest for
Killed 150 Misty Grells over 1.5 hours and looted 20 felcloth.
Just ran Dire Maul and found none
I found the best spot to farm the felcloth now is in Blasted lands. theres a little green corner of the map and they respawn very fast and I managed to farm a stack of 20 in no time at all.
The drop rate isn't great but the fast respawns make up for that.
20cloth took me about... probably 30mins or so in total. not great but i just liked the large amount of mobs and fast respawn compared to some other areas.
I tried felwoods my old hunting ground for felcloth before cata but I didn't have any luck there.
The Tainted Forest in Blasted Lands can farm felcloth.
I have found that the Warpwood Quarter in Dire Maul has been the best place to farm Felcoth.
In the Hidden Reach. Kill the Wildspawn Betrayers, Satyrs and Shadowstalkers. I get 1-3 each run.
You can run down the hallway to the west and leave the dungeon, reset and re-enter. (Lariss Pavilion) (( Hidden Reach: 76.4, 35.9))
The ramp to go down into the Hidden Reach Entrance is 76.9, 37.8
I got 13 in about 20 mins. ~~ 4 runs so far...... Its a small area and a fast run once you get in there.
ive farmed the felcloth today 26-12-2012 for 10 minutes and got 7 of them picked up from the Misty Grells in Swamp of Sorrows
*******Currently on patch 5.1 (Landfall)*******
I spent most of my time playing yesterday finding the
way to get Felcloth
Blasted Lands - I grinded about 80 demons in the Tainted Scar and got 4 Felcloth. Just under 5% drop rate for me.
Felwood - I grinded 100 Jadefire Satyrs and 50 Infernal Sentries and received 0 Felcloth. Obviously 0% drop rate for me.
Dire Maul - Easily the best place that I found to get Felcloth. I solo'd the instance twice with my Lvl 62 Discipline Priest and came away with about 5 Felcloth each time (Under an hour each run). However...
Let me tell you the fastest way to get Felcloth. Go to Dire Maul - Warpwood Quarter (The Eastern entrance when you're inside the Broken Commons). Once you enter the instance, skip through the first room by fighting as few Treants as possible. Use the inside of the giant walkway to avoid the Treant fights. Once you get out of the first room you will be in a hallway.
Do not turn right, heading to the first boss area like normal
. Instead, keep going straight through the hallway and through a windy little ramp to a decent size room. This room is occupied by about 12 Satyrs (3 are invisible), as well as some Lashers. Kill all the Satyrs and you'll generally get 1-2 Felcloth from sweeping them up. Avoid the Lasher fights by staying next to the wall when you run past. The best part about using this room to get your Felcloth is because
you can exit the instance just outside the room
. That's right. There's an exit to the instance opposite of the windy little ramp that you just entered from. Step outside; click on your character's portrait, and select "Reset Instances"; then re-enter the instance to kill the 12 Satyrs again... and repeat process. I got about 10 Felcloth this way in a half hour of grinding these Satyr. Be forewarned though... you can only reset the instance a certain number of times before the game tells you that you've done it too much recently. I don't have any solutions to this and I also don't know the timer for how long it takes to have the option to reset again. But hey, I'm willing to bet that between flying/walking/grinding time you can easily have 10 Felcloth in your bags an hour from now if you just use this guide. Now I'm crafting Mooncloth and making tons of gold thanks to all these Felcloth ^.^
Swamp of Sorrow, the Misty Valley, the Misty Grells: I farmed for 10 minutes and got the 5 pieces of cloth I needed.
I was going to test both Dire Maul & Swamp of Sorrows - I didn't end up going to Swamp of Sorrows. Here's why...
Note: This is on my level 90 character...
3 x Dire Maul runs - Used back entrance at the Lariss Pavillion north of Camp Mojache - takes you directly to Satyrs.
Time taken: 20 minutes (in total, not for each run).
31 Runecloth / 86 Mageweave cloth / 30 Silk cloth.
I only had room in my bags to collect 8 BoE greens to Disenchant but reckon I left about 6 behind
dropped on 2 of 3 runs.
Route from back door:
Up the tunnel into first room, pop
, run around & round up the Satyrs here (I avoid the lashers), run straight ahead to the end & up the tunnel.
At the top of this tunnel take your immediate left through an archway, to the area where Lethendris is on your map. I kill Satyrs from first room as I enter here hiding to the side of the archway.
Lots of Satyr in this area - time for a
around in here to round them all up - I hide behind the central pillar near the ramp to get the casters rounded up & down them all with a single Swipe. Don't bother to go up the ramp to kill Lethendris, but head down the tunnel near the ramp.
Next room pretty straightforward run around the room anti-clockwise to pull all (I fire a Faerie Fire at Hydrospawn to pull the boss too).
That's it! - back the way I came using Dash & Stampeding Roar to get out faster.
Felcoth farming - I'll stick to Dire Maul for the 'extras' - oh & the 15! Felcloth! :)
:Edit: After doing numerous DM runs the average seems to be about 4/5 per run. I've had anything from 1 to 9 per run.
I am curious, did Blizzard completely remove every mob in the game that drops these?
I mean they pretty much removed Jadefire Tricksters, and the Felguard Elites from the game with Cata. so
WHAT IS LEFT
Or is this item no longer farmable at all anymore?
Just did 30 minutes of farming
, and a great success rate. 229 demons down and 20 cloth dropped.
Nice respawn rate on them means I was never lacking something to kill.
*(Using Patch 5.4.1 / Lvl 90 BM Hunter)*
Chose to farm
before any of the other NPCs listed in the posts here. The area west of '
' and '
Swamp of Sorrows
worked out great. The re-spawns were very fast..with new grells showing up again in the same spot before I could even begin to do a run around the whole area. A good place to start is at
< 20.0/41.2 >
TomTom waypoint =
/way Swamp of Sorrows 20.2 41.2 Misty Grells
). You can farm around from there in a circle and then cut in between the ponds, or even do a figure 8 run and then start over.
I did a quick run to see what my results were so that I could post some updated info here. Results were as follows:
200 Kills in 26 minutes
..(was grabbing herbs too)
x1 each of
Wicked Leather Armor
Not sure how this compares to DM run or other mobs post 5.4, so please share your results if you farm elsewhere.
Farmed Misty Grells for 1 hour on my 90 MM Hunter with Aspect of the Tiger on, averaging 100 kills every ~11 minutes. Killed 535 Misty Grells, 1 rare bug spawn and grabbed about 10 herbalism spawns. These suckers are everywhere, so there's no shortage of targets. Here's what I grabbed:
1-100: 9 Felcoth
100-200: 8 Felcloth
200-300: 7 Felcloth
300-400: 8 Felcloth
400-500: 4 Felcloth
500-535: 4 Felcloth
In addition, I grabbed 4 greens in total (2 from one kill, actually), ~500 Broken Horn, ~40 Corroded Skull, ~11 random grey items. No one else was around on my server (Tuesday night, 9:00-10pm EST, Wyrmrest Accord). If you need to farm, go here.
This is the best place to farm as of 5.4.7
I've found that the Imps in Mazthoril cave in Winterspring are a pretty good source for felcloth. There are five and they respawn rather quickly. Not quick enough for continuous farming, but an alternative is to add satyrs and eredar in the cave as they drop felcloth too.
Thanks to the users who posted on this at the Xorothian Imp page.
Did Dire Maul get nerfed? After 3 runs I had 6 felcloth. This was disappointing. Bad luck?
After only 12 minutes of farming the grells in Swamp of Sorrow I had 8 felcloth and they respawn reasonably fast.
Getting a stack took 50 min, some respawn breaks included.
Tried the Mazthoril Cave too. Pretty boring but best spot if you are doing something else during the wait.
I've gotta say that the Misty Grells were amazingly easy, if a little spread out -- i had the 8 felcloth i needed in less than 10 minutes, and didn't have to really stop at all since they respawn so quickly. The drop rate might have been upped some, or I'm startlingly lucky.
If you value your sanity and found that
arn't all that good a source for Felcloth after all, I've found Blasted Lands to be the best place to farm - maybe not the most efficient in comparison to some of the result people posted about
drop rates, but your sanity levels will definitely suffer less.
The demon mobs in
(the old, don't forget to talk to
Blasted Lands are spread out more and respawn slower, but Grells are equally annoying to target or efficiently grind without a good speed passive or ranged abilities. Blasted Lands is higher level as well, so there are more valueable materials and world drops to gain, as well as the possibility of
dropping or you might want to scout a bit more for
. The inside of the tree
is located is also a spawnpoint for a treasure chest. Misty Grells might (or might not) give you the Felcloth you need as fast as possible, but Blasted Lands demons give you a shot at some AH income as well.
+2 GMT, Magtheridon
The imp had for sale 2 at 6 PM, 1 at ~9 PM, the second one in 15 minutes, 1 at ~1 AM the next day and no second one (may have been "stolen" by a leveling druid nearby).
It's probably a good idea to check the imp after each game of Hearthstone, since there may be inconsistencies. Or do anything that can be paused repeatedly (with a 15 minutes interval would be awesome) if you don't feel like farming.
Bought 2 off Vi'el (Imp in Winterspring) today. Didn't have it when I first got to him.
I waited around about 20 minutes then it showed up.
still sells Gromsblood and Felcloth.
As of 6.2..
1.) Best way to farm is NPC Vi'el, an imp vendor located in the south of Winterspring, just below the GE in Frostwhisper Gorge.
Using realm hop, I garner an average of 2 Felcloth and 15 Gromsblood. He sells either 1 or 2 Felcloth in limited supply and as many as 5 Gromsblood.
I have my hearth in Everlook, because the bank, guild bank and auction house are right next to each other, so I do a series of realm hops once or twice a day.
2.) Enter Dire Maul through the secret entrance located just north of Camp Mojache in Lariss Pavilion. Pull all the items in the first room and there is an additional room to your left that also contains satyrs. I usually exit through the Warpwood Entrance and repeatedly travel between both entrances until instance cap.
I haven't kept an exact total of cloth per run on my tailoring toon, but it can't be more than 2 or 3 per run.
3.) The Tainted Forest in old Blasted Lands. Farm demons in a circle, and don't forget the four inside the tree in the center. You might get 1 Felcloth per circuit, and then you can realm hop to another server. Drop rate seems higher than 4% listed, but still not great compared to the top two methods.
4.) Misty grell in Swamp of Sorrows and satyrs/imps in Winterspring are not recommended. The grell are too spaced out and the environment colors are hard on the eyes. The Winterspring cave takes too much travel time back and forth between packs.
As of 6.2 he DOES NOT sell
You can only buy
Fel Elemental Rod
I farmed the Misty Grells in Swamp of Surrows as was suggested here.
I wont bore you with irrelevant crap. 20-30 mins killing them as a Havoc Demon Hunter level 100. No idea how many i killed but mounting up after every kill got old so i just ran and used Fel Rush to get around.
Got 8 in that time.
7.0.1 18.10.2016 the imp does not sell anything but and
To make farming these (and any old content, in fact) easier,
works a treat. I always have a stack in my bags now.
Slow going killing beasts in the Tainted Scar today until I killed a Dreadlord Defiler demon, who dropped one. Five more dropped in the next 50 demons. Narrixus even dropped an Imperfect Draenethyst Fragment, so that area seems to be working. Less trash in your bags, too. The demons are a lot slower to respawn but you can go visit Kum'isha in the mean time.
Edit: Back again 1/24/2018 and zero drops in 50 kills, so maybe not useful anymore?
Swamp of Sorrows, Misty Grells at the two ponds: 25 felcloth in 20 minutes, a few patterns and greens and a mountain of gray trash.
Killed over 250 misty grell's in the swamp of sorrows. It took over an hour of straight farming and I got 20 felcloth. :/
Took Stellspike's advice and farmed
s in Swamp of Sorrows. I yielded 21 felcloth in about 30 minutes- averaging 1.4/min.
Allright, I needed some for a quest I had long ignored, and I figured it was worth a shot to have a go at it in
Swamp of Sorrows
, having read that it was a decent place to grab a couple of them.
The Misty Valley is located in the upper west corner of the map. An oval-shaped, secluded valley. Coordinates are roughly 16.00, 36.00.
So I tested it and decided to call it, when I reached 20
The final score was:
A little more than 15 kills per drop. Somewhat decent.
Also, I looted some other stuff as well:
Widow Blade of the Bear
Imperial Red Circlet
Pattern: Chimeric Vest
Approx. one hour spent on this. I'd say that if the goal was pure
, that's an hour well spent. 3 minutes for each drop. Of course, I was level 68 at the time, so it was a breeze to kill and trot onwards.
Not to mention that with Bilzzards non-sensical level scaling, soloing drop-relevant instances like Dire Maul, at the level range where this stuff can be used to produce level-appropriate attire (from between around level 50 and level 58, where the phat lewt in Outland begins to present itself), is pretty much out of the equation. There may be other places with marginally better droprates, but the rapid respawning of the non-elite grells makes this a serious candidate for a prime spot IMO.
Even so, if you plan on farming the stuff later on for... Tailoring transmogs or whatever, Dire Maul still seems like too much of a hazzle to me. There will be other and far more valuable drops in Dire Maul, naturally, but if the goal was the cloth and nothing else... well, I'd pick Misty Valley personally. But to each his own.
Can confirm the Misty Grells in Swamp of Sorrows (around 16, 36) drop the Felcloth and have a near instant respawn. Over a 1 hour Test run of the area I collected:
Felcloth x 34
Random BoEs x 6
Random Gems x5
Arcane Crystal X 2
Thorium Ore (8+ Thorium nodes, small and rich, plus truesilver) x 54
Overall a Great location for Felcloth, I still wager Dire Maul would net more Items, but less cloth. So for a Pure Felcloth farm, this area is aces!
Figured I'd post my stats as well for future unfortunate souls that wish to farm Felcloth. I farmed the Misty Grells and can confirm they're about an instant respawn so I never ran out of Grells to kill which was a nice bonus.
I spent 9 minutes killing grells (63 kills) before my first cloth dropped.
I then got 1 cloth each minute after for 4 minutes, and then didn't get anymore the last couple minutes I farmed. I only farmed for 15 minutes before I shamefully admitted defeat and decided to go buy the rest that I needed. I only wish I could have
farmed for another 15 minutes before I gave up.
After the 15 minutes of farming, I ended with 5 felcoth and 1 aquamarine.
Good luck and happy hunting!
if you need a functioning moonwell (darnassus is currently burning), you can use the Grove of Aessina in Mount Hyjal
I had way better luck farming Felcloth from
at The Tainted Forest.
Couldn't be bothered chasing those fast rabbit tree alementals around.
Patch 8.0.1 -- 27th October 2018
I killed the Misty Grells for about 20 minutes on my mage. 0 cloth. Went over to Badlands, killed demons on the border to the Tainted Forest, in the Tainted Scar, and finally inside the Tainted Forest. In about 20 minutes I had 15 cloth. Not a huge sample size, and not on a very fast character, but it might indicate that the demons are now better to farm than the Misty Grells.
Especially good spots: The area around the npc Jarroc Torn-Wing, and the area inside the Tainted Forest that is marked with a big tree on the map. The demons are standing in circles and close to each other, so they were fast to kill. The only downside is that they don't respawn very fast. In comparison, Dire Maul is probably a bit better, as you can go inside, kill the demons/satyr, go out and repeat. But it depends on how you prefer to farm and for how long (considering the 10 instances per hour limit).
The best luck I had farming
. No need to do entire place. Use the back entrance located /way Feralas 77 37 The Hidden Reach (Warpwood Quarter). This is located at botton spiral ramp of a column like round building just a bit north of Camp Mojache. Just kill all the mobs in first two rooms. Exit out and reset. I manage to get 15
in 35 minutes.
The best place to farm
is no doubt Warpwood Quarter in
East. Make sure you have obtained
from any Northrend Tailoring trainer for upping the drop chance - it helps!
Not sure if this is something that's changed with Shadowlands, but when I tried to farm the demons around the Tainted Scar in the Blasted Lands for some Felcloth, most of the mobs I killed would have no loot at all. A full loop killing all the
I could find resulted in...3 Felcloth. 32 kills, only 6 were lootable. This was true both when in 'present day' Blasted Lands, and when 'time traveling' after talking to Zidormi, just to see if that changed anything. I remember this area being far more reliable, once upon a time. Even if the Felcloth had a low drop rate, the mobs were lootable more consistently, at least! Though, admittedly, it's been quite a while. Still, Dire Maul definitely seems to be the way to go these days.
and he had none so checked here for farm spots. Ended up going to the cave at 54.91 64.13 in
inside entrance, 2
a little farther in and 5
's at 51.90 70.02. Like the other posts these often drop no loot so when they do it is
or a random blue/green BoE. First kill on the 5
dropped. Imps are on a 1 min 43 sec respawn timer. Killing imps and running to the other 3 mobs can be done before respawn. After 30 minutes of this i just parked at the imps. At that point i had 10
, 8 from
, 1 from
and 1 from
. Another hour and 15 minutes of sitting at the
's (1 hr 45 min total) i am at 24
. First time farming these, definitely coming back here if i need to again
23 randon green BoE
1 blue BoE
Swamp of Sorrows
CONFIRMED - Shadowlands 9.2.5
Still dropping fairly well from the Misty Grells in Swamp of Sorrows - Located Northwest part of the zone - Centered area of 15.39.
Mostly dropped green items from the
armor set. I think the way this area is setup is to drop what is needed for the person hunting. After 15 minutes I had looted:
4 - Duskwoven Armor items Cloth on my Priest Alt - The robe, tunic, pants, boots. I had none of those appearances before this run, so farming the Felcloth had an added bonus.
2 - Random Green items - on in plate and one in Armor
3 - Grey items
12 - Felcloth
Surprisingly, 80% of the mobs of the mobs had nothing on them, not even grey items. Saved alot of time during the complete process.
This was after I'd spent an hour in Felwood killing Timbermaw were NO felcloth dropped.
I believe the Duskwoven set is made in all armor types and still stops in all versions of Classic/Vanilla WOW. The set I receive was the grey version.
I tried out the Winterspring farm, Dire Maul farm and then lastly the swamp of sorrow grells.
TL;DR: farm the Swamp of Sorrow Misty Grells. Druids are best regardless of proffs. Group farms work.
So I checked out the three main farms mentioned here. Dire Maul, Winterspring and Swamp of Sorrows. I also later tested out running with my tailor (rouge) vrs my non tailor (druid) and did not notice my tailoring perk yielding any extra cloth. The raw speed and attack range of a druid on the other hand made a noticeable difference.
Winterspring: probably the worst spot. Although a chance at the Azure whelping is nice, the farm was bad. You are stuck running back and forth in a cave and waiting on mobs that respawn much slower than you can kill them. I was getting roughly one cloth per 3-4 min. In thirteen min i got 4 cloth.
Dire Maul. If you are farming this place for other things, then the cloth will just be a nice bonus. Otherwise not great. I got an average of 4 cloth per clear. Even using a druid, the side entrance and only killing the demons before running out and resetting, it still took about 6 min to get in and out. So on average I was getting about 1 cloth every 1.5 min. But since you can only run this ten times an hour regardless, you are looking at roughly 40 cloth per hour- which is still slow.
Lastly I tried Swamp of sorrows and it is by far the best farm. These guys mostly drop fel cloth and random gear. (both myself and everyone else in my group were getting boe blues and epics too) They spawn faster than you can kill them and the area is fairly small. Long range classes with speed will get a better yield here but even slower classes will do well on this. I was reliably getting about 1 cloth per min on my rouge and about 1.3 to 1.5 cloth per min on my druid outside of a group. When I grouped up with others the drops went up to about 1.5 to 2 cloth per min on my rouge and I assume would be even better on my druid.
Happy farming. :)
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