WoW SoD Phase 2 First Aid Guide and VS. WoW Classic

WoW SoD Phase 2 First Aid Guide and VS. WoW Classic
WoW SoD Phase 2 First Aid Guide and VS. WoW Classic

World of Warcraft’s Season of Discover might be bringing several changes to the classic game, but one thing that has remained consistent is the inclusion of a first aid system. However, that first aid system has not been spared from the changes of WoW SoD, and Phase 2 has brought even more new things fans of the classic version have to learn.

Today, we’ll be diving into everything about WoW SoD Phase 2 first aid, including what first aid does, what skills players can learn through it, the various recipes associated with it, and how it compares to the classic. Finally, we’ll answer a glaring question so many questions have had, which is what the level cap for first aid is in WoW SoD Phase 2.

So, without further ado, here’s a complete guide on WoW SoD Phase 2 first aid.

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What is the First Aid Skill in WoW?

WoW First Aid Trainer
WoW First Aid Trainer

The first aid skill in World of Warcraft is arguably one of the easiest skills to level up in the game. However, it’s an extremely vital skill to have, as the skill has the potential to offer a free heal in the heat of the battle. This makes it a necessary safety for any player going out into the wild to raid dungeons.

Perhaps the biggest highlight of this skill is its utilities. With players getting the ability to craft bandages and other healable, having a single player proficient with first aid in your raid party can potentially make or break your raid attempt. This is especially true for parties that don’t have any healers on their team, as those would be in some major trouble without a bandage or two to remedy their health.

WoW SoD Phase 2 First Aid Skills

Next up, it’s time to highlight the skills players can learn through the first aid profession. Naturally, the primary items you’ll be crafting using this profession are bandages. However, what many newcomers don’t know is just how many different types of bandages there in in the game. The complete list of bandages is as follows:

  • Linen Bandage = Heals 66 dmg
  • Heavy Linen Bandage = Heals 114 dmg
  • Wool Bandage = Heals 161 dmg
  • Heavy Wool Bandage = Heals 301 dmg
  • Silk Bandage = Heals 400 dmg
  • Heavy Silk Bandage = Heals 640 dmg
  • Mageweave Bandage = Heals 800 dmg
  • Heavy Mageweave Bandage = Heals 1104 dmg
  • Runecloth Bandage = Heals 1360 dmg
  • Heavy Runecloth Bandage = Heals 2000 dmg

One very important thing to note is that you will need to get your hands on a book called Expert First Aid – Under Wraps to learn the Expert First Aid skill. This book is not soulbound, so you can mail it to your alts or buy it at the Auction House. 

Fortunately, you can get this book fairly quickly as it is sold by these two vendors, which are Deneb Walker at Stromgarde Keep in Arathi Highlands (27.0, 58.8) and Balai Lok’Wein at Brackenwall Village in Dustwallow Marsh (36.4, 30.4).

Additionally, it should be remembered that the first aid profession also entails the creation of deadly venom and other poison that you can use on enemies. This ensures those who focus on first aid aren’t left without a way to defend themselves.

WoW SoD Phase 2 New Recipes

WoW First Aid Leveling
WoW First Aid Leveling

Those who were expecting to see a bunch of new recipes with SoD Phase 2 will be disheartened to know that isn’t the case. As a matter of fact, no new recipe has been added to the game with the Phase 2 of SoD.

However, to ensure you didn’t come here for nothing, here’s a list of every first aid recipe in the game, even if none of them are new:

  • Mageweave Bandage
  • Heavy Silk Bandage
  • Silk Bandage
  • Strong Anti-Venom
  • Heavy Wool Bandage
  • Anti-Venom
  • Wool Bandage
  • Heavy Linen Bandage
  • Linen Bandage

Eagle-eyed players might have noticed that Runecloth bandages are missing from the list of recipes craftable in WoW SoD Phase 2, along with other bandages like crystal infused bandages. That’s because of the final thing we’ll be covering in this guide.

What is the First Aid Level Cap in WoW SoD Phase 2?

WoW Art
WoW Art

Finally, the skill cap for all professions in Phase 2 of SoD, or Season of Discovery, is 225. This means that it’s expert level. Since Artisan skills have been changed to require level 41, we won’t be seeing those until Phase 3 rolls around, but that doesn’t really have much to do with the first aid profession.

For context, how does this compare to WoW classic? Well, the level cap for professions in World of Warcraft Classic is 450 thanks to Wrath of The Lich King. However, worry not, as Phase 3 will likely allow you to level this and other professions up to level 300, allowing you to unlock more skills and recipes to use in SoD.

This concludes everything you need to know about the changes and additions to the first aid class in WoW SoD Phase 2. What is your favorite profession in the game, and how long have you been playing World of Warcraft? Be sure to let us know, and also check out the top 3 WoW SoD Phase 2 rune locations.

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