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5-22-2009 @ 11:44PM
... im a jcer and i originally was one of two jcer's in the guild in burning crusade (due to how explensive it was to buy all the random world drop recipes him and I were i guess had the gold to actually buy out all the needed recipes for our raiders in guild...) we didn't have any buff or reason to be a jcer except we provided a service for our guild to be sure they had the gem cuts they needed to be the best for the guild.that is until sunwell and we got some kickazz trinketspretty much I am guessing about a third of the guild are now jcer's bcuz of the bonuses... idk i think the introduction of the epic jcing gems coming in will diminish the value of the dragon's eyes by themselves as a whole.. so what is the point in nerfing it in the next patch if epic gems will be coming into play soon and thus nerfing the value of the gems already ?? AKA WHY NERF SOMTHING THAT WILL ALREADY SOON BE NERFED ???and to anyone that says there will never be a requirement in any raiding guild for a profession.. im sry guess what... its been that way for a while for the hardcore guilds/ if your in a hardcore guild that requires you to have no farming professions and 2 enhancement professions and your unhappy about it... u shouldn't have join it in the first place bcuz they wouldnt be your nichenerfing jcing now will just result in creating another unbalance in the other way and the hardcore guilds will just force u to pick up leatherworking/blackmsithing/enchanting then... it doesn't fix a problem thats not a problem.. it's a guilds personal choice and honestly with the epic gems coming out its possible these guilds will just force your to take the 3 professions listed above anyways in the near future
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