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2-22-2010 @ 3:09PM
Just commenting on the glacial bag change, I seriously doubt anyone is going to buy the Gigantique bag from Haris Pilton over the bag. Why? Because every tailor who actually wants to make money won't sell their glacial bag for more than 1k.
2-22-2010 @ 3:18PM
Yea, I still don't know why they added the CD to it. I understand mats are cheaper and more available come 3.3.3 but all its really going to do is slow down the process for leveling tailors who have to eke out those last few points on glacial bags before they get all those great recipes at 450 that are orange but don't award any points. I mean, I have a ton of spellweave, ebonweave and moonshroud in my bank right now, but no one is rushing around asking for glacial bags anyway.Lastly, woot for a sweet new flying carpet!
2-22-2010 @ 3:55PM
From what I understand, based on if you were making the bag with your own cloth, this seven day cooldown on the bag is actually better than the old artificial cooldown from the cloth.The 7 day cooldown itself is just a way to try to keep a craftable gold-sink a gold sink.
2-22-2010 @ 3:59PM
Before this change, a glacial bag required 12 days worth of cooldowns to craft, making it still a rarity. With the removal of tailoring CDs, it would completely devalue the glacial bag to the point where it would sell for maybe 100g more than a frostweave bag. Adding the 7 day cooldown keeps it from flooding the market, but it will still be more available than it once was.
2-22-2010 @ 6:08PM
Dharma- the Glacial Bag is the 22 slot bag that requires 450 Tailoring to learn. The frostweave bag is the one that most people use to level and I don't believe that that is being affected.
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