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Where to find weapon trainers in WoW Classic

Here's a quick guide on where to find WoW Classic trainers and masters.

If you are not new to World of Warcraft Classic, you must know the importance of having Weapons trainers and masters. For the uninitiated, Weapons trainers teach your characters how to use different types of weapons in WoW Classic. There are five Weapon trailers throughout the world and it is utmost import to know which one to look for because they all teach different weapons.

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If you are finding it hard to discover all Wow Classic weapon trainers then this guide will show you where to find all WoW Classic weapon trainers and masters.

Before we explain where to find WoW Classic weapon trainers and master, here are certain things that you need to keep in mind:

  • There are races that begin with different weapons in multiple classes than others.
  • Through third-tier Two hands Axes and Maces talent, Shamans get to know how to use two-handed axes and maces.
  • There are some classes such as Priests, Mages and Warlocks that can inflict damage without getting training, and they can use want attacks via the Shoot ability in their skill book
ClassUsable Weapons
DruidDaggers
Staves
One-handed Maces
Two-handed Maces
Fist Weapons
Polearms
HunterBows
Guns
Daggers
One-handed Axes
Two-handed Axes
One-handed Swords
Two-handed swords
Staves
Crossbows
Thrown Weapons
Fist Weapons
Polearms
MageStaves
Daggers
One-handed Swords
PaladinOne-handed Maces
Two-handed Maces
One-handed Axes
Two-handed Axes
One-handed Swords
Two-handed Swords
PriestOne-handed Maces
Staves
Daggers
RogueDaggers
Thrown Weapons
Bows
Crossbows
Guns
One-handed Maces
One-handed Swords
Fist Weapons
ShamanOne-handed Maces
Two-handed Maces
One-handed Axes
Two-handed Axes
Staves
WarlockDaggers
Staves
One-handed Swords
Warriors[Everything but wands]

WoW Weapon Trainer Locations By City

If you want to get training for a new weapon then you will have to shell out at least 10 silver and can be achieved at Level One for any class, however, in order to learn how to use Polearms, you are required to be at Level 20 and have one gold to spare.

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Alliance Weapon Trainer Locations

Ironforge – Daggers, crossbows, thrown weapons, one-handed axes, two-handed axes, one-handed maces, two-handed maces, fist weapons, and guns.

Darnassus – Daggers, staves, bows, fist weapons, and thrown weapons.

Stormwind – Daggers, crossbows, one-handed swords, two-handed swords, staves, and polearms (requires to be at level 20 and one gold).

Horde Weapon Trainers Locations

Orgrimmar – Daggers, bows, one-handed axes, two-handed axes, staves, fist weapons, thrown weapons, bows, one-handed axes, two-handed axes, staves, and thrown weapons.

Undercity – Daggers, one-handed swords, two-handed swords, crossbows, and polearms (requires to be at level 20 and one gold).

Thunderbluff – One-handed maces, two-handed maces, staves, and guns.

There is no denying of the fact that it will take a lot of your time to travel across the world and get trained, but if managed to get your hands on a brand new, powerful tool, you will have to add it to your arsenal.

That’s all you need to know about where to find Wow Classic weapons trainers and masters. While you are here, be sure to check out other WoW Classic guides, features, tips and tricks articles.