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12-04-2009 @ 10:39PM
Just out of curiosity, which professions/combos are best for casters (mage/warlock) for endgame pve and for pvp? I am curious if they are the same or different.
12-05-2009 @ 12:12AM
I'm extremely pleased with my Miner/Engineer Warlock.
12-05-2009 @ 12:33AM
I read somewhere (not that I can remember where) that it's tailoring/enchanting for the ring chants and the cloak embroidery- which is really the best thing for a dps caster even though it's a proc. It's a really amazing proc that happens quite often. (It used to suck hardcore but then it got buffed)I personally love this combo for raiding, but others can work.
12-05-2009 @ 8:33AM
I have Alchemy/Inscription for my mage. It seems most of the other mages in my guild and raiding groups have Tailoring/Enchanting, but I always try to buck the trends :)
12-05-2009 @ 9:15AM
I'm digging on my Enchanting/Jewelcrafting professions on my Mage.
12-05-2009 @ 9:52AM
My priest has Tailoring/Alchemy so for the mage I am leveling I picked Enchanting/Inscription.
12-06-2009 @ 4:04PM
Mages and warlocks are very different. Take PVE for an example: Mages have mana issues while gearing or tackling new content. Warlocks have practically infinite mana, as long as they are Affliction-spec'd or have a healer throw a HoT on them every 40 seconds. Alchemy's endless potions are fantastic for a mana-drinking mage, but Terrible for a lock. On the other hand, Mages have a bunch of these neat things called "Defenses". Warlocks have 3 - Sacrifice, Use healthstone, and release spirit. Suddenly, having a plentiful supply of health potions on hand is a godsend.But for pure stats, Tailoring and Jewelcrafting are the big ones for PVE caster DPS.The tailoring proc leaves EVERYTHING in the dust. Not to mention, pretty-much-free bags, and leg enchants. Since the #1 Meta for dps is ChaoticSkyflare, getting the most out of those Blue slots is the best way to go. Enchanting is a very close second choice for a profession, because tailoring requires lots of enchanting mats, especially in northrend.
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