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5-11-2009 @ 8:13PM
About Mused Moose question, he may have asked that so the people without the Burning Crusade could have access to the profession.I wish I could >.>I bought a second account for the RAF thing but I don't want to upgrade it to TBC so I can't train JC before level 60 when I transfer my character to my other account. QQ
5-11-2009 @ 8:18PM
I would recommend then that you still pick up mining and use an alt to hold all the mats that you acquire while leveling up. Pick up a guide from wow-professions.com (which are free) and just check off the mats as you acquire enough. That way once you transfer your toon you can mail him all of the mats you have been saving up and you'll be able to level up JC in a flash.
5-11-2009 @ 8:34PM
Yeah, Adam completely missed that. I think Blizzard will probably add JC trainers to the main capitals for the next expansion. They don't have to do it but I think they will just to make things easier. They continually try to make Azeroth leveling/professions are easier.
5-11-2009 @ 9:22PM
I'm pretty sure you can't train JC unless you have BC anyways, so it doesn't matter
5-11-2009 @ 10:36PM
Perhaps what I should have said was "are they going to put any JC trainers in mainland Azeroth cities that AREN'T Silvermoon or the Exodar?" Because the thought of having to trek alllllll the way back to one of those out-of-the-way places has kept me from taking up Jewelcrafting. I mean, I've seen a shaman trainer in SW, and I'm sure there are paladin trainers in Org or UC. So why's JC getting hosed?And no, not "everyone" has Dalaran as their hearth or can get there quickly. Sheesh. Not that I don't appreciate having my questions answered, but I could have used a little less assuming that everyone's at the same level, thanks. -_-
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