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5-22-2009 @ 3:11AM
Right because Engineers should get all their trinkets and other gimmicks AND have the same PVE advantage. /massive eye rollTailoring, blacksmithing, leatherworking etc are primarily about crafting gear for endgame, and have got a couple of unique PVE buffs. Engineering was never about that, and still isn't about that, it was and is still more PVP focused. And no you don't NEED any profession for endgame. I seriously doubt you are in a hardcore enough guild that they won't take you to raids unless your character is completely optimised. No one in TBC was forced to take a crafting profession to maximise PVE, they just gave you a quick leg up (except maybe spriests because the only stat they cared about in TBC was +damage, and FSW was best in slot until mid T6) all that gear got replaced in T5-6. I don't recall casters not being allowed to raid because they hadn't levelled enchanting for the ring enchants.Professions are meant to be like classes, they don't all do the same thing. It isn't just some fluff with an identical PVE buff.Just admit it. You didn't level engineering for what engineering was about, you just did it for the goggles back in TBC.
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