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7-18-2008 @ 1:17PM
If Blizzard wants to make it easier for enchanters to sell their enchants over the AH or through other means, why not allow them to create scrolls? e.g., take some parchment, the reagents for the enchant, click "Create Scroll", and the reagents are used up just like you had enchanted an item but instead it creates a one-use transferable scroll that will allow someone else to use it kind of like a glyph or armor kit. That would also necessarily allow enchants to be more easily sold and transferred, as well.
7-18-2008 @ 1:20PM
There are certainly very easy ways to implement it, but the issue is not implementation. Enchanting face to face is one of those old ideas Blizzard is clinging to. They want Enchanting to be unique in that way. It's one of their ideas that everyone hates, but never gets changed.Also, think about it: Mats will be in very short supply, and the AH will be flooded with scrolls that nobody wants :b
7-18-2008 @ 2:41PM
Already gonna be in there at least for weapons... inscription to create treated vellum. Enchanter enchants it, then it can be applied by anyone to a weapon ;)
7-18-2008 @ 4:49PM
@ Blackhorn:One of the things I don't like about enchanting is people always bring their own mats. So I miss out of profitting by selling mats. Making enchants on AH possible, as you said, shortens the supply of mats. This, to me, means they stay with enchanters, who can then benefit from both enchanting and raw material profit margin. This is a big win for enchanters.This will be good for everyone else, too. The demand for enchanting mats won't fluctuate with the start of arena seasons and what not. You can stock up on what you need a few weeks in advance, and get your enchants right away when you get your new gear.Also, grinding through enchanting levels won't mean the enchants have to go to waste: they can be saved for later, further increasing supply and lowering demand for all the consumers out there.
7-21-2008 @ 8:25AM
Inscribers will be the ones able to create scrolls- so a 'chanter may opt to take inscription ( im planning to for my lock- tailoring is getting stale )
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