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11-13-2008 @ 10:30AM
Oh great , so the best and biggest thing about chanting is now you can buy really expensive vellum pages, so your chants can be sold on the AH or gifted to alts. Well its a change alright. Chanters being screwed over again. NOT. Not only do people moan cos chanter want a tip, for continually running raids and instances for those 0.1% drop of formulaes (i must have run kara 100 times, and have yet to see 3 out of the 4 chants that drop there), but now they will moan cos if you put the chant on vellum and put it in the AH, to just make the mats and vellum and AH cut costs back will push the price above what the barkers will charge. Then the chanter will lose money (again). Any this is the 'Biggest' change in enchanting? A few new chants (not just self only wands n rings) would be nice, but according to the post above (which imo is very incomplete and barely worth posting) thats all chanters get. Very very mediocre atm. Good job im a tailor too - least i can make myself a flying carpet, and pretend to be in arabia.
11-13-2008 @ 10:44AM
"Chanters being screwed over again. NOT."So are you say they are or aren't being screwed over again? I'm not an enchanter but haven't you guys been complaining about wanting to be able to sell your enchants for a long time now?
11-13-2008 @ 10:51AM
Blizz has admitted that they didn't like how the drop rates on the formulas for high-end enchants in BC turned the profession into mostly-useless unless you farmed instances non-stop (and then, as the OP mentions, it never dropping). Getting even just one good enchant was like getting the world on a silver platter for a time, but it quickly tarnishes!We should see easier droprates for formulas this go round... or at least more rep-based enchants in LK.
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