Over the last several days I’ve spent an unfortunate amount of gold buying up ore and herbs and processing it just to gather some usable results for prospecting, milling, and disenchanting. I already stealth updated the Prospecting Rates page with yields from Ghost Iron Ore and Kyparite, and I have now also updated the Milling Results page. For completeness I’ve included in this post my disenchanting and blue proc rates for the Jewelcrafting neck and ring pieces that can now be made.
Prospecting Mists of Pandaria Ore
Unfortunately I couldn’t get my hands on enough Trillium Ore to test properly, so those results are still unknown, but I’ve got reliable results for Ghost Iron Ore and Kyparite (and yes it’s just Kyparite, not Kyparite Ore). Here are the raw results from my prospecting
As you can see the results are nearly identical, with Kyparite beating out Ghost Iron Ore by only a very small margin. Keep in mind these numbers are average yield per prospect (Kyparite still stacks to 200 so we can’t do a per stack measurement to compare them accurately). You can find these results summarized on the Prospecting Rates
Milling Mists of Pandaria Herbs
In Mists of Pandaria there is only one higher tier herb that yields better pigment results. You can find the results summed up on the Milling Results page.
Fool’s Cap will give you 6 Ink of Dreams, and 1 Starlight Ink per stack. All the other herbs will give you 5 Ink of Dreams and 0.5 Starlight Ink per stack.
Disenchanting Mists of Pandaria Jewelcrafting Neck and Ring
Using the gems from my prospecting experiments I crafted some of the new neck and ring from Jewelcrafting, the results as follows.
This shows how many of each item was made, how many blue quality and green quality items were made of each, and the disenchanting results from each. All testing was done without the Bountiful Bags guild perk.