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!!!!!!!
Spent about 40 mins killing Jadefires in Felwood at Jadefire Run tonight, killed LOTS and not a single piece dropped.
I agree. I got some to drop off of Legashis at the above percentages and I've never got anything to drop off Jadefires.
i was grinding at azshara since lvl 49 to lvl 53 and i got like 2 and half stacks of Felcloth there from the Legashi satyrs in the 2 camps and also got like 500 runecloth and lots of librams =D
i'm a level 58 warlock farming felcloth for my robe of the void and the best place to farm is defintely jadefire glen, the small jadefire camp just west of deadmaw village in th southwest corner of felwood. the satyrs are slightly lower level than the other two camps, few people know about this place and the drop rate is just as good as any other satyr camp in felwood.
I grinded tailoring to 300 in one day + took another day to grind regeants needed for Robe of the Void. I'd say the best place to grind felcloth is in Azhara, on the northern peninsula around the easternmost demon camp. As a warlock, I could dot the whole camp and just kite them around until they died. Then after picking the loot, they'd respawn.
In comparison to Felwood demon grinding, the drops were completely different. In Felwood, after 1 hour of grinding I managed to get 4 demonic runes and 1 felcloth. In Azhara, in that same time I got 6 felcloth and 1 demonic rune. All in all, it took me about 5 hours to collect 45 felcloths.
the drop rates on this and every other thottbot page are NOT supplied by Bliz. they are information collected off everyday players like yourself who are generous enough to run the thottbot add on and upload the information it collects.
therefore the information in the drop rate charts is absolutely 100% correct, it is real time kills versus drops data from players in the game.
this is a rare'ish sort of drop, and hence the price, it would also explain the statistical anomolies encountered when it is such a small drop rate. (around 3 to 4 % generally)
unfortunately you will always have people posting on here that "i grinded 4 eva and got nuffin".
when you have killed between 40 and 60 THOUSAND NPC's and still have "nuffin" then I will listen to you, because the drop rates stated on this page are actual kills made by real people, people who are generous enough to run the thottbot add on and upload their information.
56 Warlock here farming 40 felcloth and 20 demonic runes for Robe of the Void.
I'm a little dissappointed with the info posted here on thottbot, usually it's really helpful, but what I'm reading on felcloth is a little vague or inaccurate.
You can farm felcloth and demonic runes from the Jadefires in Felwood or the Legashi in Aszhara. My experience has been that Jadefire wins hands down..
The droprate in Azhara is incomparable to Jadefire. After a few hours in both, and noticing how pitiful Aszhara drops were looking I asked 4 and everyone pointed me back to Jadefire. Thats for both felcloth and demonic runes. Jadefire = higher droprate than aszhara.
A lot of people complain about the opposing faction in Jadefire.. I play alliance on a high pop pvp server and most of the time the horde don't bother me if I don't bother them, it's surprisingly peaceful. Especially fellow warlocks.
In conclusion: FARM THESE IN JADEFIRE.
has the drop rate increased? I got 11 felcloth after about 3-4 wipes (60-80 kills?) of their base in the NorthWest section of felwood. After having 3 with less than 10 kills I thought it was a fluke, but they kept dropping regularly. Had one in the bank, makes 12, won't be back for quite a while!
Hey guys, just wanted to let you guys know that the drop rate is not broken at all. I'm hunting Legashi's and here is what I got in an hour and a half.
Runecloth x 44
Felcloth x 6
Demonic Rune x 5
Major Healing pot x 2
Major Mana pot x 1
4 Green Items
Scroll of Str III x 1
Scroll of Agility III x 1
Didn't count gold
Hope this help at all.
Just visit the vendor Vi'el in Winterspring...he is in Whispering Gorge...see the quest "Shifty Merchant" for more details. He sells 2 Felcloth for 80s each. The respawn rate is about 2 hours.
Hope this helps.
I was grinding the satyrs in Azshara last night for about an hour and I ended up with 7 felcloth. I also found a rare spawn which was a blue colored satyr, cant remember his name, but he ended up dropping a blue item for me called the Guttbuster (Gun). All in all, a very successful hour of grinding. Last I checked, the felcloth were selling for about 2 gold in the AH. I am on Ysondre.
Also, I am level 54 human rogue and I have absolutely no problem killing these mobs. Most of the time they hardly hit me once since I can keep them stunned almost throughout the entire fight. I was able to move pretty quickly through them and the respawn on these are pretty good. I just did circle around the ruins where they are located. I believe it is called the Legashi Encampment.
I dont know if I was just lucky or what but I am working on gettin my rep with Darn up and in order to do that I need runecloth. So me and a friend of mine grind in two spots in Azshara and one spot in Felwood. I get all the runecloth and she gets all the Felcloth that drops. After about 1.5-2 hrs of grinding she walks home happy with about 8-10 pieces of the Felcloth and I am stacked.
I farmed the Jadefire Demons for about an hour and got zip. Is this just my bad luck or do we have to go elsewhere?
Felcloth drops from demons, and Mooncloth are made from Felcloth. All other cloth drops from humanoids.
I find that the best place for farming these is in Azshara. There is a high population of foreign-speaking farmers, but there are usually enough mobs to accommodate all. There are three popular camps in the NE area of the map. Of course, the farmers cannot be dealt with because I am on a PVE server, so it may be different on PVPs.
After killing tons of Legashi Satyrs(satrys, rogues, hellcallers), I have seen a drop rate of somewhere around 1/15. Of course, this is tempered by lots of runecloth, green drops, coin, and the occasional recipe.
Gained 55000xp while farming for it in the Legish camp in Azshara, I gave up on it and went to buy it on AH instead. There were 2 level 70 hunter gold farms there though so they might have been the lucky one to get them.
So this item can only be dropped even though tons are needed for tailoring
Is there an easy way to kill these things? I've tried soloing these but the only class I could see that can easily kill them is a priest, hunter, or paladin. I tried warrior and died pretty quickly =(
I grinded the Jadefire Run Satyrs (Hellcallers, Tricksters, and Shadowstalkers because I found that they drop it the most), and I only grinded for 3 hours. In the end I recieved around 7.5G, 5 stacks of Felcloth, and 12 Star Rubies (from pickpocketing <3). Really fun pwning the Allies while I was there too xD.
Edited, Dec 31st 2006 5:43pm by PhantomAssassin
Bad drop rate doesn't begin to sum it up. I cleared all three camps in Azshara, then cleared them again for good measure. No one else was around at all. And not one single piece of felcloth dropped for me! I didn't even get any good green drops.
I'll try again today and hope for the best.
Ydain - 64 feral druid
those drop nicely from both jadefire satyrs in felwood, and satyrs in azshara, however I'm 60 now and I've been bored of farming those...and I'm looking for another good spot with demons that drop them, but have a higher level than those satyrs, and so far the only ones are either elite, or really bad spawn rate without any other good drops. So I guess I'm forced to stick to the satyrs, unless someone knows a good higher level place (54+) to girnd them and would like to share it with us.
60 lock just pwns em lol, 3 instant cast curses on each of them and all will die... Too few of them and too big respawn time for me ;)
45mins of farming, one dropped.
I tried it and it worked pretty well. Easy felcloth.
Jadefire Run seems to be the best choice, seems like it, even though the drop rate is pretty abysmal. If your server isn't lousy with farmers I suggest going there.
All I seem to do is farm these things...
Felwood: Problem is everyone farms here. If I do go here, I SW:P all I see, They chase me, and they die. If there are too many people, I go to the boss camp and wait. The spawn rate is fast enough that I can get them all before anyone else. Once they are dead, I drink mana and wait. If there is no competition, I simply run in a pattern with my DoT.
Azshara: Down by the Naga's Beach behind the Timbermaws by the Bloodelves.
Run a pattern DoTing everything. The gold farming hunters can't keep up and usually leave. I always try to strike up a conversation with anyone who is farming the same stuff I am. If they don't reply or seem like a gold farmer then I am brutal in taking every mob I can. If not. I tone down and share the wealth.
I also never buy the stuff. I don't like having to compete with people who are trying to make gold, when I need this stuff to make mooncloth. If you want to sell felcloth for gold, go ahead....I aint buying it. Nor should any self-respecting tailor.
Edited, Jan 11th 2007 5:33pm by barkingpog
Edited, Jan 11th 2007 5:35pm by barkingpog
0 have dropped. I think i'm cursed.
Killed 100 satyrs in Azshara, these include Legashi Satyr, Legashi Rogue and Legashi hellcaller.
Got 4 demonic runes and 4 Felcloth, so the drop chance is around 4% not 9-11%.
OK, my first felcloth grind in classic! I thought I'd share.
Managed to get an uninterrupted 2 hour grind in the first Jadefire camp in Azshara (50,19).
12 x Felcloth -
70 x Runecloth -
11 x Demonic Runes -
3 x Pattern: Wicked Leather Bracers -
1 x Sardonyx Knuckle -
1 x Bonecaster's Cape -
1x Arachnidian Pauldrons -
3 x Major Healing Poition -
1 x Superior Mana Potion -
16 Various Grays (armor, weapons, food etc..)
Sold everything but the Runecloth and Felcloth and made 14g 88s (Runecloth would of fetched another 2g 80s at vendor)
There we have it. Only noteworthy thing to happen was i got the first 10 felcloth in the first hour, then only 2 in the next....was disappointed after a good start.
Killed 1000 satyr's in Azshara while leveling my hunter pets, drop rate for classic is almost certainly lower than listed here. Got exactly 40 cloth from 1000 kills, so drop rate is looking like it's around the 4% mark as reported by others.
Legashi Hellcaller - 12 drops 332 kills
Legashi Rogue- 12 drops 337 kills
Legashi Satyr - 16 drops 331 kills
you will need the following mats:
22 % -
1,3 % -
1,2 % -
1,2 % -
1,1 % -
0,8 % -
0,8 % -
0,8 % -
Not sure how accurate these numbers are. The Azshara demons seem to drop at at least 1/3 the rates listed. 36 cleared and no Fel Cloth yet.
For non-Classic players:
For those wanting to learn how to make Mooncloth, you can go buy the pattern from Qia a female goblin in Winterspring for 2 gold, so don't buy it on the AH those that sell it on the AH price it up to one or two thousand gold to those who can't find it or get it due to the lack of the quest not being found for it now. Anyways this was Blizzard's solution to the loss of the quest for learning it. The pattern can be gotten at any time it's not rare or limited.
There may be a hidden quest requirement before Felcloth will drop from world mobs. I killed hundreds of satyrs in Azshara and Felwood without seeing a single piece of Felcloth, while the players I was partied with collected 5-6 a piece. I then worked to complete
, but still no drops. Then I completed its follow-up
. As soon as I turned in that quest, Felcloth started dropping readily from the mobs. FYI if you are having difficulty.
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