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5-23-2009 @ 5:53AM
I'am a ENG/JC (the worst and the best for PvE right now) and these are my thoughts about this "incoming" nerf:- if there is more people getting JC as a profession right now may be just because there is more people leveling alts and it's a better choice (like inscription or enchanting) for helping your other toons and guildmates (and saving you some money at the AH). it's just like the high number of new DK's.- JC dailies are funny, I loved the token system for cooking and I miss it in my other professions, specially in ENG. it makes people stick to a profession, because you're not going to reroll after all these token days. I prefer this system over the world-drop-recipes or the inscription books, just because it's not random. for me, this is the way to go with all professions.- guilds that enforce to reroll your profession for min/max will do it anyway, to the new flavour of the patch. as they always do, because when you're so far in raiding you can spent the time/money needed for rerolling.- prismatic gems are a good idea (help with the meta socket colour problem and the bonus much better than the orange/green/purple ones), but I may agree they are too powerful. they still can make the Dragon Eye's not-prismatic, but give us a less powerful prismatic gem for basic stats (and make it expensive). anyway, with the incoming epic gems a new world is going to open, so there is yet to be seen how this is going to end.- for last, Engineering needs some changes, like making the chooper (and new mounts) daily-token based instead of just a goofy gold-farming one time event. I want to see a Goblin JetPack, a Extreme Jumping Robovehicles (like the one in the Icecrown daily), a Personal Turbo Zeppelin or a Rocket Mount. came on, make selling mounts the way to go for us with a daily token system, or give us a Martin Fury's Button trinket (with a 1% chance of killing the big boss when it's below 25% of his live, and a 99% of wiping the whole raid). I'm the only one who loves the daily token system of JC?
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