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Skinning allows players to gather leather and hides by skinning animals. Leather and hides are used for leatherworking. Leather is also used for some blacksmithing, engineering, and tailoring recipes.

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Skinning a bear should aggro all bears in a 30 yard radius.

Wowdudeass, on October 16, 2009 12:25:35   [ Reply ] 


I think 40 yard would be more appropriate, after all, you are skinning their best friend!

Slavaa, on November 2, 2009 10:15:59   [ Reply ] 


i forgot my skinning knife, had to use my tusks and I'm assuming you can imagine how that worked...

Troll, on October 19, 2009 03:08:58   [ Reply ] 


I wish skinning raked in more money on my server. But its really awesome to have that +40 crit rating. Good to know that if I see a hunter in the same gear I have, I'll always have more crit because of skinning.

Paradox, on October 23, 2009 06:22:45   [ Reply ] 


Maybe I'm a bit cuckoo from all of the hides I carry around on my back, but the skinning sound is one of the best in the game.-scrape,scrape,scrape-

Thyme, on October 23, 2009 08:31:31   [ Reply ] 


I love skinning as a gathering profession, because it doesn't feel like work, you're killing things and getting loot like meat for your cooking too. You rarely have to look too far for something to skin, unlike combing the map for mining and herbing.

It can also be a very good feeling to skin something after a hard fought battle with it.

Liam C, on October 24, 2009 06:08:24   [ Reply ] 


Worgen skinning, hell yeah!
...that is to say...playing a worgen skinning a worgen in silverpine...

Bart95, on June 15, 2010 05:45:18 (edited once)   [ Reply ] 
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