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8-24-2007 @ 11:18AM
@5, bonus items, like ratials raise your effective skill level, but not your actual skill level, so if you put on a +5 herb enchanted gloves @ skill lvl 145, it raises your effective skill to 150, but your actual skill is still 145, so your lvlups are based on 145, whereas you can still herbalize that item you couldn't before.on a side note, sometimes its better to levelup off green patterns, if you can make money off them, or you'll need to do them eventually anyway. Like right now my priests tailoring has netherweave bags, and imbued netherweave as green, but i'm not going to tailor anything else until they go grey, because for netherweave bags, I make money when i find cheap stacks, make them and put them on the AH, and for imbued netherweave, I'm going to need alot of imbued netherweave to make future items, so I might as well milk it 'til its grey before i make other things that I may lose money on making.personally i think professions are kinda imbalanced right now.. skinning is very under-whelming, requiring you to kill mobs to skin them, and even then, stacks of clefthoof leather, the hardest leather to get, are still usually under 7g ea, whereas professions like mining, you just fly on your mount, find a node, start swinging and you have a good chance of getting a blue gem thats worth 40g or more, or motes of fire/earth, and even if you don't, stacks of khorium and other ores are ridiculously expensive. Unless they make more professions require more herbs and leather, i think they should combine herbalism/alchemy and skinning/leatherworking.
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