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8-14-2008 @ 9:23AM
Compared to all the attention, and cool features the other professions Leatherworking is looking VERY lame atm. Between the drums nerf, and the old weak bop sets...if this trend continues - why be a LWer? A single bop leg armor recipe is not worth an entire profession. Where is the LWing love Blizz? Seriously, why be a Lwer in light of all the features the other professions offer atm and in the past? Leatherworking has always been the underdog of professions, and the trend only seems to be continueing.
8-14-2008 @ 10:43AM
i wish that with the return to old world style that blizz would make the higher end lw patterns look like they come from actually skinning. the druid sets are always the coolest in my opinion and i would love shaman and druid sets that reflected their ties to nature. hunters can even have some natural looking sets as the idea that they spend an ample amount of time in the elements seems to coincide with the ideas of being a hunter. rogues are going to have their own sets that druid cats might also want, so they can keep those stealthy and sleek but the appearence of the leater sets needs an upgrade.i will agree with you that lw's need fun things to make like a carpet or flyign machine, but i really tried to think of something and came up blank.DOES ANYONE HAVE AN IDEAS ABOUT WHAT A LEATHERWORKER COULD MAKE THAT'S UNIQUE AND SEEMS TO SYNCRONIZE WITH THE PROFESSION?
8-14-2008 @ 10:44AM
Theres ample thigns that could be done to redeem this craft.. Ranging from saddles for your mounts, the leather dyes that can change the color of your crafted gear, to maybe even saddle bags for your mounts to store goods.
8-14-2008 @ 12:08PM
those are great ideas, all i could come up with a little dark, and it was being able to make a flying dragon in the spirit of stitches and the undead in northrend.imagine collecting some leather and scales and doing a heroic run of some sort where you collect the heart of a dragon to make ur own mount. throw in ur ideas about dyes and you could make a variety of them.
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