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9-18-2008 @ 7:49PM
Northrend Alchemy Research and Northrend Inscription Research seem a bit unfair. Scribes get more of a chance to discover unless the alchemy one is 100% chance discovery and the scribe one is much lower.In terms of resist gear been needed for raids I think so be it. I liked the way sapphiron was pre-bc was a fun fight however the ice blocks were the main issue not the need for frost resist gear. The only reason frost resist was needed for the fight was his aura ticking for ~1000 every pulse. It's much like felmyst's aura at the moment however its easy to be healed through. Maybe that might be the case for sapph where by all the aoe healing abilities most healers are getting will negate the damage. The flip side could be that it is NEEDED and is a way to slow down guilds in raid content. One could then draw the conclusion that there's going to be some form of attunement to get into the next raid instance that requires you to kill Kel'thuzad.
9-18-2008 @ 8:33PM
There are much more inscriptions than Alchemy recipies, so over time it should work out just fine.
9-18-2008 @ 8:36PM
Perhaps its just similar to all the arcane resistance stuff I could make to level up my tailoring, and then promptly DE for a shard since no one actually wanted it
9-19-2008 @ 6:50AM
The alchemy research has a cooldown of 7 days, and the inscription one has a cooldown of 1 day.
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