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5-01-2007 @ 7:49PM
@33:[quote]We cant go out and fly around to nodes or Herbs, we have to kill humanoids, and HOPE they drop some cloth. Do you realize it takes 108 Pieces of Cloth, 12 arcane dust, 2netherweb spidersilk (a low drop rate items from spiders in outlands) for ONE FRIGGEN SKILL UP.[/quote]I would take the rest of your paragraphitis more seriously if you hadn't added this part. This is kind of a deal breaker here.I mean, yeah, it must be so tough that at level 70 you have literally hundreds of fast-spawning level 60-64 humanoids to totally own and loot for cloth, wheras miners and herbalists have it easy competing for relatively rare low spawning nodes and herbs. And enchanters, man, they've got it so good, what with the ultra-high drop rates for uncommon or better items.Also, at level 65, doing the Terokkarantula quest (and the one before it) I managed to farm 6 pieces of netherweb spidersilk. Yup, tough droprate there.12 arcane dust? Couple gold, which you probably looted from all those humanoids. Or, *gasp*, roll an alt! Or take enchanting as a second. Or hell, to ward off your previous incorrect point, take mining, fly around and get all that abundant free ore, AH it and buy your tailoring mats. Easy, right?Thirdly, you mention that tailors make bags (which always sell well, since all 9 classes need them), then go on to say that you have no way of making money. Are you high?Finally, 4 day cooldown. Yep, that's tough, all right. Maybe you should do what I did pre-BC for my mooncloth, and have 4 tailors? That works out to 1 piece per day. With the BC specializations, that's 2 pieces for day. What, leveling alts is too much like hard work for you? Tough. No pain, no gain.Try leveling something really a pain in the ass, like blacksmithing, or jewelcrafting (if you neglected to hoard gems prior to TBC) if you want to bitch about tough-to-farm mats.
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