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7-18-2008 @ 11:10AM
Although highly unlikely that this would make it into WotLK, my hope for JC is that there would only be three basic colors of gems (each with one stat) and that you could combine any two different colors together to create two gems with half the stats of both.So basically, instead of actually cutting a +defense/+stamina gem, you would just combine a +defense gem with a +stamina gem and create 2 +defense/+stamina gems that way.It would drastically cut down on the number of designs a crafter would need to know, at the same time hugely open up the number of possible stats on green, purple and orange gems.
7-18-2008 @ 11:15AM
Yeah, that would be a nice thing to be able to do. Hell, we can turn several tiny stacks of common gems into one blue or epic gem, so why not be able to combine two gems? Technically, they already have it there with the mixed colored gems, all they'd have to do is let us make them from two cut gems. I hate seeing so many recipees on the AH that are 400+, and seeing several recipees instead of several pages, feels alot less of a burden to me.Also, I hope they bring back the statues from the pre-BC era of Jewelcrafting, it was cool having a small rock golem throwing a decent channeled heal on me. Hell, let us gem them so they'd have an added effect or something instead of the plain Heal-over-time.
7-18-2008 @ 11:17AM
oh, and fist weapons would be nice. We get a recipee for a plain fist weapon early on, but thats it, no epic craftable fists? If we can make a pair of knuckles once, I'm sure we can do an epic version. Besides, fist weapons are hard to come by, and no one else can make them.
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