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6-21-2008 @ 12:57AM
Thats nice.. but when are they going to change the Alchemy cooldowns to per item rather than global... Tailors can use theirs for each of the TBC cloth types (Spell, Shadow,and Primal Mooncloth), but I can only transmute one thing.. once every 20 hours? WTB consistency in crafting, Blizzard...
6-21-2008 @ 2:40AM
Tailoring items have a much longer cool down, thus balancing it out.
6-21-2008 @ 3:04AM
Umm... that is consistency. Tailoring cooldowns are separated by their three specialities. Transmutation is one of the alchemy specialties.Try again.
6-21-2008 @ 10:24AM
Umm.. not that's not consistency... yes.. they are 'different' specializations but ANY tailor can make them. You just get a extra one when you make it. Your argument is that each is different when in reality, cloth is cloth. Applying the same consistency to Alchemy means at the very least, the Meta transmute and the primal transmutes should have different timers, but if you were to treat them equally(as you seem to do the cloth cooldown... which is way to long IMO), then a transmute is a transmute and all should have their own timers.
6-21-2008 @ 4:00PM
Ok, sounds like a plan, but the cooldowns will be extended to 3 days 21 hours each, to be consistent with the tailoring ones you seem so insistent on being on par with.
6-22-2008 @ 6:55PM
I can live with that as long as they are all individual cool downs like the cloth
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