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3-31-2009 @ 11:09AM
Something of note for engineers is that the engineering belt tinkering stacks with the belt buckle. This means you can aoe stun machines while having the extra gem in.
3-31-2009 @ 2:51PM
Good to point out. I actually had forgotten that. Personally, I'm pretty happy with my Engineering. Then again, I've always liked it. I think one thing it really needs is a viable way to make money. The new Potion Injectors were a step in the right direction, but I actually never sold any. And I'm a good salesman. We need a consumable that is useful to many and not too expensive to make. Perhaps a generic injector that can be used with any potion? Some other suggestions...A permanent repairbot. Even if it has a long CD, it's better than having to continually grind for Outlands materials. I've been in several dungeons where a bot would be useful, but I haven't been to Outlands in months.New Combat Pets. These were fun at lower levels. Just a small edge, nothing game changing.A quieter flying mount. Seriously, can I get a glider or at least a Stealth Package for my Copter!Battlesuits or Siege Vehicles. I just discovered the Jumpbot quest in Icecrown. Wouldn't it be cool to have that available all the time? These enhancements would need to be expensive, and each should have a fairly short time period of use, 5 minutes or less with at least an 8 hour CD.
3-31-2009 @ 6:18PM
@worcester:Why would you need to go to outland? There is a repair bot that takes Northrend mats (10 Saronite bars)http://www.wowhead.com/?item=40769
3-31-2009 @ 9:46PM
Amen on the quieter mount, just spent gold to get the other one. Was messing up my phone.As far as profit, has anyone checked out the Mote Extractor lately? Love that thing!!
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