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Journeyman (76-150) ⇒ Expert (151-225) ⇒ Artisan (226-300)

Expert is the third stage of a profession learned at the appropriate (Expert or better) profession trainer in World of Warcraft, except where noted below.

In World of Warcraft

Profession skill levels fall into eleven stages of increasing ability to learn and execute recipes: Apprentice, Journeyman, Expert, Artisan, Master ( World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade), Grand Master ( World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King), Illustrious ( World of Warcraft: Cataclysm), Zen Master ( World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria), Draenor Master ( World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor), Legion Master ( World of Warcraft: Legion), and Kul Tiran / Zandalari Master ( World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth).

Change in Battle for Azeroth

The progression bars (except for Archaeology Archaeology)[1] have changed so that after the base game each expansion has a separate progression bar for points unlike before which had a single bar:[2]

In the Beta, Secondary Professions still had the old full bar, but only Archaeology remained the same as of pre-expansion patch and expansion release.

In the RPG

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It is also an NPC Warcraft RPG - may not be canon class in the Warcraft RPG.

The expert is similar to a commoner, but they are well trained or perform a unique role in society. Experts are diverse, skilled, and less widespread than commoners. A village blacksmith who turns out horseshoes and iron pots is a commoner, while the king's swordsmith is an expert. The dwarven gemcutter, night elf herbalist, and Forsaken wilderness guide are all experts.[3]

Famous/Named

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Notes

  • At 125 skill points (not counting racial or other bonuses), you can learn the Expert stage and gain up to 225 points before you must learn Artisan to advance.
  • You must be level 20 to become an Expert.
  • You can learn the Artisan stage at 200 points before you reach 225 points.
  • Secondary professions require a special book to train for the Expert stage.
  • Starting with World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Battle for Azeroth pre-patch, this proficiency range will be the 3rd 75 points range of a 300 point progress bar.

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