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12-08-2008 @ 4:45PM
well thats really great for you. I'm happy it is so profitable.However, that is not what my point was.Its about what's interesting. JCers get to do daily quests (WITH KT rep at the same time, mind you) as well as having options to purchase from almost every faction. Enchanters and LWs both get to use special "currency" to buy their patterns. As annoying as it can be, even alchemists and incribers have a mechanic that insures variety amongst their practitioners.Blacksmiths have FOUR patterns that you don't get by spamming "train" every five points at the trainer. And those four are pretty much "meh" to anyone at level 80.The two whole patterns I got as an armorsmith, by the time I got them (I didn't see my first saronite until I was already 80), were not upgrades at all compared to quest rewards I had on.My point is not that we don't make money, its that every single blacksmith is exactly the same and that there is just not much interesting going on here. I can't stand out as someone who put the effort into tracking down every single pattern. I've got the same repretoir as someone who just logs in next to the AH, buys their mats, makes their stuff and logs off without ever leaving town.They obviously didn't put as much effort into this aspect of the game as they did in the rest.I challenge you to prove that statement wrong.
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