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6-17-2009 @ 12:36AM
I love how the only engineer changes are slight buffs to Tinkers they majorly nerfed. Not any new LK Seaforium or gadgets anything.
6-17-2009 @ 1:02AM
Engineering is sad/frustrating. A titanium dragonling that like the furblog trinket would heal or DPS would be nice extension to the other 3 dragonling. Or a cobalt one in 3.2 and titanium in 3.3? Of course the chance of it being worth dropping a greatness card for is low so I guess even that would not help. But at least it would be interesting.You did see that in order to make engineering even less attractive, they allow non-engineers to upgrade their squire to do things like the 8-hour mailbox?
6-17-2009 @ 1:27AM
Gnomish and Goblin engineers each only got ONE item in LK. Every spec of Blacksmithing and Tailoring and Leathworking got at least a dozen items. I think you see where I'm going with this complaint.
6-17-2009 @ 1:45AM
Either their creative juices are low for engineering or they're just throwing this at us engineers as a way of saying "Yeah, we hear you complaining, so have some buffs to these items and settle down."
6-17-2009 @ 1:53AM
If you're talking about how there's only 1 "Gnomish Engineering" pattern in Wrath, and 1 "Goblin Engineering" pattern and comparing that to LW/BS etc. then you seem to be a bit confused.... Unlike the two Engineering specializations, there are NO NEW UNIQUE LW specialization patterns. All the new patterns are learnable by ALL leatherworkers, be they Dragonscale, Elemental, or Tribal. It's a bit of a pet peeve of mine. I worked hard grinding whelps in Dustwallow for those dragonscales to learn my super-special LW spec. It's disappointing that it's now completely worthless in Wrath.
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