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8-26-2008 @ 12:47AM
Now it all makes sense: Blizz is going to release the content patch that will include DKs, just as Warhammer Online becomes available. That will create a fury of activity from BC players to level their DKs to 70 - most taking herbalism/inscription as a profession, mind you - so that the 58-70 grind does not happen after Wrath is released.I never understood why they picked 55 and not 65 as a starting level. Getting the DK to 68 after the starting zone would allow an entry in Northrend, and there is no real reason for this 58-68 leveling. But keeping players busy.
8-26-2008 @ 12:58AM
people were already bitching their heads off at the leveling boost they already gave dks... imagine how horrid it would be if they gave them 10 more on top of that... besides it makes sense to release them into a zone thats meant for the 58-60 leveling after their starting area...anyways... im frankly surprised they are letting bc people use inscription when jewelcrafting is not available to people without bc... kinda weird but whatever... sort of takes some of the oomph out of the expansion if you ask me...
8-26-2008 @ 2:37AM
The basic reason is, where would you put the Inscription Trainers?Would you have special Inscription houses only accessible to WotLK purchasers? Would you sequester them in Dalaran, expecting everyone to just get their hearth set there anyway even at level 1? There simply isn't a place to put them.With Jewelcrafting you had new starting areas for both factions where you could logically and easily put the trainers. That simply wasn't the case with Inscription.
8-26-2008 @ 11:37AM
Is it possible for a level 5 character to hop on a boat from Stormwind / zeppelin from Orgrimmar and pick up Inscription from the trainer in one of the Northrend port towns? I'm not sure whether it is set up to provide a low level character with safe access from the dock to the trainer, but if so, it would mean, even without adding any more trainers, Inscription will still be easier to learn than Jewelcrafting currently is for low levels.
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