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10-08-2009 @ 5:36AM
this is a very bad idea. once again, wow has outsmarted itself. then again, it was never too smart, was it? after all, blink was not fixed properly after all this time, and the latest boo boo with flying trainers without mount vendors just goes to show...ok why is this bad? because it is going to make enchanting so much easier than jewelcrafting. i can see VH become the #1 instance of choice: run in, flatten the bosses, out. reset instance. rinse and repeat. no ganking there. in non-pvp realms, any instance that can be quickly farmed will be farmed.dont need to fly around and look for mines or herbs. just get a group together, and go farm until full. this is going to so mess up current AH and gold economy.of course, actually, this can already be done. u just need a enchanter to run in your group. this is just going to make it fair to everyone.the difference is this, while it was unfair, it was also tough to make it as an enchanter. now that is is fair, other professions just seem so much tougher. so maybe they will start to put titanium veins in H instances? that way JCs and miners will have a better deal too?maybe some clouds for engineers too. clouds in an instance could be possible. UP has some open areas. GD has pools. hell, maybe an ugly fat boss can fart gas that is farmable too. i want to see more prof loot!Unregistered.
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