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3-20-2010 @ 4:28PM
Ok.. Really? Was this an article about making money by crafting and then disenchanting what you crafted? Seriously? Isn't this the SAME reason Blizzard has been sticking Enchanters in with Tailors since the beginning, since tailors can make things to disenchant without needing a gathering skill?.. Which is to say its VERY old news?And honestly your mileage will very with this technique since on my server your probably going to get more for the cobalt then the infinite dusts. Considering that right now Chalcedony are still highly sought after by jewelcrafters and they have a better chance to come out of Cobalt then Saronite the JC's really eat the Cobalt up. It just sells for better, and quicker, then infinite dust. Couple that with the fact that you also have a chance at the gems when mining the ore and that just ups your profit.
3-20-2010 @ 4:39PM
The whole point of the article was to make something to disenchant into Cosmic Essences because those still have a fairly high value on the auction house. I don't think Basil is saying this is the ONLY way to make money but its certainly a way to make money. You're right; your mileage is going to vary greatly depending on your server economy and I don't think he needs to put in a disclaimer for people to be smart enough to know that.
3-20-2010 @ 4:40PM
Just adding: Since Weapons are going to be your best bet to DE into Cosmic Essence, Tailoring is kind of SOL when it comes to this; right now Tailoring isn't going to be a profitable way to craft things for DE.
3-21-2010 @ 10:34AM
Lrn2read. The whole point of the article is about making WEAPONS to de into ESSENCES.Making stuff to de into dust just isn't worth it any more (and it's not only tailors that did that, I made a fortune from leatherworking by de'ing Artic Boots).
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