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5-22-2009 @ 4:13PM
So, instead of making the other professions as good as JC is for min/maxing, they just decide to break JC a bit. Way to go, Blizz.
5-23-2009 @ 5:35AM
exactly what i was thinking, i think all proffesions should be improved rather than the 'best one' being nerfed, no-one likes a nerf.I swapped from skinning to Jewelcrafting a while ago as my leather wasnt selling... Cost me around 2k+ to level it, and then a week or two of dailies and alot more gold on getting my meta gems... Im not hardcore raiding, just simply trying to improve my character as and when i can. Now im going to have to watch my stats go backwards, which is pretty dissapointing.People should have a positive insentive (sp? lol) for moving to another profession, but they should never be given a negative insentive to leave one.
5-26-2009 @ 7:05AM
@Loftus *incentive. Close enough that everyone got what you meant. On topic, this nerf doesn't seem profession destroying. As a healing priest, I'm still seriously considering swapping tailoring for JC, as the cloak enchant just really isn't good enough to justify the entire profession. There's been some debate on these pages about whether they should've nerfed JC or buffed other profs. I've gotta say, some professions really do feel sub-par, whatever blizz's philosophy behind buff/nerfs.
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