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4-04-2009 @ 8:07PM
I pray Blizz doesn't bring the nerf bat down on JC. No other profession comes close to matching the benefits of JC if you're a min/maxer.Is it true that in a future patch, purple quality gems will be available to everyone which will have identical stats to the JC-only prismatic gems?
4-06-2009 @ 7:13AM
Surely you have just said exactly WHY they are lightly to nurf JC'in. If its the single largest min/max increase, AND makes tonnes of cash then surely as a profession, this is the OP one. It would be nice if blizz just made the others equally useful and profitable, but lets face it thats just not gonna happen. Were talking about Blizz here remember.Anyhow comment for the author :-Christian (btw what do you friends call you, cos i doubt its gonna beshorted to 'christ did u see the game last night), when you started the preable, personally i expected a commentairy with the 'associated' professions to be analysed next to one another. Like Skinning/LW, Alc/herbing etc etc. As you obviously have other ideas im just wondering why. The reason im asking is cos it seems to make sense to me to be able to compare the benefits in one article, not have to tab between two articles on different days to compare what you want. Personally as a mage from a while back (started TBC) im a chanter/tailor, but with so many BoP recipes and patterns im very very loath to reroll profs. Im my case ive got new alts and power lvled them to fill a profession 'gap', and ofc a DK is ideal for getting some missed prof's up and running without having to lvl someone up too much at the same time.
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