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12-17-2007 @ 1:44PM
The only professions I have had were also class-specific. For my priest, tailoring worked out great - great bop level 70 stuff that really made it worth having the occupation. For my hunter, dragonscale LW produced some nice items that made it worthwhile. Otherwise, specializations have been useless. My warrior has been both a weaponsmith and a armorsmith, and I still haven't seen a benefit - the bop weapons aren't better than others out there, and the chestpiece is a jack-of-all trades, master of none. Alchemy, as #2 said, doesn't proc nearly enough in any spec., and as you already said, there are no specs in jewelcrafting and enchanting to make your level 375 jc/chant any different from anyone elses.I love professions, but they could all use a shot in the behind. Tons of recipes in outland, most of which don't matter at 360-375, and little point in profession crafted items from 10-60. Add more specs, add more professions, allow some combination work as #3 suggested - whatever is necessary to make them actually worthwhile.
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