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10-26-2007 @ 3:14PM
I've been engineer since I created my first toon. I could never give it up for several reasons: explosives and teleporters.All the new patch changes are going in the right direction.When 2.1 was in the works, Blizz had a post that got all of us hopeful that we would be getting love "Engineering will the first profession to be looked at". And in 2.1 there were some very minor changes that were helpful, but not revolutionary and certainly not dramatic enough to say that "2.1 buffed engineering" which was what it was supposed to be. They added the new epic craftable gun, the primal nether hats, adamantite shells and blasting powder got cheaper, frost grenades were introduced in 2.1 (maybe correct that in the list above) and a fused wiring recipe was added that nobody will ever use because it's still cheaper to make 20 or 30 target dummies for 5-10 wirings.But 2.3 is added some awesome things, my own running list is as follows:- Flying mounts- Arrow maker and similar bullet maker- Injectors have no engineering requirement- Jumper cables are no longer trinkets- The new field repair bot was introduced and then its mats were nerfed during PTR and given charges- Gas clouds have been changed in Zangar to produce water (harder to farm than air)- Gas clouds have been added to Nagrand, and produce motes of airI wish it didn't create a consumable item, but rather a device that can craft the arrows/bullets anywhere. As long as I have the mats in my bag, I can right-click the item to produce a stack.
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