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8-27-2009 @ 9:12AM
I have many crafting toons, and when someone asks me to make something for them, I am always happy to provide references. Both in-guild and out-of-guild friends will vouch for me, and all of them in respected high-profile guilds. Don't be afraid to ask for them... if someone balks, they probably have a reason.Linked crafting is iffy, since AtlasLoot will allow you to link crafted items, so keep that in mind as well.
8-27-2009 @ 10:39AM
True. As is Wowhead. I've seen plenty of people asking for specific items in Trade and use the link for the recipe that will be used. I, myself, have used Wowhead to link the item I wanted made.Though, the advice in the article does help out. It is less likely to get cheated by having the person link their profession. At least then you know they have the pattern in question. Doesn't really stop them from stealing the mats during trade, but that's a risk you take using Trade. It's not that dangerous. There aren't that many people out to steal your mats. Just enough people to make you wary.
8-27-2009 @ 11:31AM
And for that reason alone, you should always ask for their full profession link instead of only the item you're after.
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