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4-25-2008 @ 11:22AM
Do not pass up on 1st aid, Fishing, Cooking, or youll be like countless 70's who line the SW Canal trying to powerlevel fishing (oxymoron =D) because endgame fishing is worth $$$.Noobs though, IMHO, should concentrate on either combination of Skinning/Herb or Skinning/Mining, at least to get a quick and renewable source of income. I would stay away from Blacksmithing, though. I quit that after I went broke trying to level it. Also, definitely start an ALT, level him to at least 5 and pick up enchanting and tailoring. Make a crap load of Brown Linen robes and then DE the shit out of them (the mats sell well for DE'd items). Now you have a bank alt who can enchant, disenchant, and make you bags, as well as save you tons of time running/flying to the AH. Also, If you get bored with your main you can play the bank alt, so make sure he is a different class from your toon (rogues are good because they can open the lockboxes after a while).
4-25-2008 @ 11:46AM
It's important to note that leveling enchanting up to 75 is not going to be sufficient forever. 75 enchanting will allow disenchanting of items up to level 30-35. They'll have to get their bank alt character to 10 in order to get disenchanting up to 150 in order to disenchant up to level 45-50 items. And, arguably, at that point, the disenchanting becomes a money sink instead of a moneymaker.That said, with the right tailoring recipes and/or some time to look for cheap greens on the AH, it's still a potential moneymaker. Of course, at that point, we're leaving noob territory.
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