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8-09-2008 @ 11:05PM
I agree with this, as an alchemist and a herbalist. Pots were a huge and consistent money maker, but by no means would potion sickness destroy alchemy. You'd still be able to sell flasks, elixirs, and your transmute cooldown. AND potions would still sell decently, to people who are leveling (who would only need one per fight anyway) and raiders. Herbs will sell well to fuel the same, as well as for inscription. Anyone who tries to make money off of a crafting profession without the matching gathering one is ridiculous and shouldn't be complaining that the gatherers are making a lot of money off them.
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