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7-17-2009 @ 8:19AM
Last night, I was distracted. I'd just dropped skinning which was doing nothing for me, for mining, which, as a hunter, is essential for the saronite arrows (I'm not rich). I got confused when someone asked me what I was doing in Elwynn and I told him (on vent) I was leveling my ironing. This provoked much laughter.Later, I was playing an alt. Some guildies were farming SM. I asked them if I could have the cloth that dropped (for that alt's tailoring). One of them said 'is that so you can level your ironing?'So - maybe Laundry should be a clothie profession. You drop off your soiled robes after a raid to someone with Laundry. They get cleaned, repaired, ironed and returned for a tip. Better than repair bills any day.
7-17-2009 @ 8:33AM
Or they could just add an iron as a trade tool (makeable by an artisan blacksmith) and have new recipies all through the proffession for "pressed" items with extra awesomeness + spirit for the warmth of newly ironed material+ hit cause you look so sharp+ dodge because "hey, you're going to crease it"
7-17-2009 @ 1:24PM
btw, dropping skinning = a no no as a hunterdid you forget about the +something crit? not to mention that it's being buffed in 3.2?
7-17-2009 @ 3:30PM
@ Eli:Meh. Once you get enough crit from gear, there are more useful professions to train, especially if you have a high-level alt that skins.
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