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3-14-2009 @ 12:29PM
You need to mention that it's all based off of iLvl and not the level requirement. Just because you manage to pick up a level 70 green doesn't mean it's going to turn into infinite dust or cosmics. The item has to have an iLvl of 121 or higher to produce northrend enchanting materials. Someone might go to the AH with this advice and see a level 70 item, buy it, and have it DE into arcane dust.. not very helpful info.Again... your advice about going to the AH and buying everything 67-72 is not good... there are still many items coming from outlands being thrown on the AH that are 67-70.
3-14-2009 @ 1:39PM
I would like to add that the 73+ is also very misleading. You'll need iLvl 151+ in order to get the better DE rates. Lots of info can be found at http://www.wowwiki.com/Disenchanting_tables.
3-14-2009 @ 2:46PM
Seconded, a good DEer ignores required level completely and only looks at iLevel. iLevel has a solid reliable pattern (see the table linked above), whereas required level is all over the place and unreliable.
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