New tailoring recipes discovered in Wrath Beta files

MMO-Champion has just discovered 3 interesting new tailoring patterns in the Wrath Beta files. Rather than things you can sell, however, these are soulbound cloak embroideries, and at least at first glance, they seem very nice indeed.

  • Lightweave Embroidery: Embroiders a subtle pattern of light into your cloak, giving you a chance to cause an additional 800 to 1000 Holy damage when you damage an enemy with a spell. You can only embroider your own cloak and embroidering your cloak will cause it to become soulbound.
  • Darkglow Embroidery: Embroiders a magical pattern into your cloak, giving you a chance to restore 300 mana when you cast a spell. You can only embroider your own cloak and embroidering your cloak will cause it to become soulbound.
  • Swordguard Embroidery: Embroiders a magical pattern into your cloak, causing your damaging melee attacks to sometimes ignore 1000 of your target's armor. You can only embroider your own cloak and embroidering your cloak will cause it to become soulbound.

There's no word as of yet as to what's need to create these embroideries.

There's something for everyone here, including amazingly enough, physical DPSers. I suppose there may be a Rogue or Warrior out there who's taken tailoring to make bags or provide spellthread or extra cloth cooldowns to their guild, and now it looks like their offbeat profession choice gets to pay off. For spellcasters, that holy damage shouldn't be resisted by too many enemies, and healers or mana-using DPSers looking for a bit more mana regeneration should enjoy the Darkglow Embroidery.

Hopefully the proc rate on these beauties is enough to justify taking them over a cloak enchantment, but I imagine that if it's not, Blizzard will bump it up.

This article was originally published on WoW Insider.