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3-29-2010 @ 5:13PM
Inscription is similar to JC in that you need to log in everyday to do your inscription research.
3-29-2010 @ 8:47PM
And Alchemy. Transmutes and Northrend Alchemy Research.
3-29-2010 @ 9:51PM
Except that:* Inscription research takes 30 seconds, whereas the JC daily takes at least 10 minutes.* You can complete Inscription research much sooner than you would be able to purchase all the JC recipes. I'm going to take a wild guess and say 10 times as long.
3-29-2010 @ 11:35PM
Inscription also requires 50 books of glyph mastery. I believe that the randomness of book drops makes that profession the most pain in the backside to master
3-30-2010 @ 4:50AM
15 gold each times 50... 750ish gold... id MUCH MUCH rather just spend that...
3-30-2010 @ 5:58AM
Except that the books cost a lot more than that when most people were leveling Inscription, they were 100g+ on my server at the time
3-30-2010 @ 9:33PM
the glyph books are cake compared to the time it takes to get all the recipies in JC. the glyph books can be bought on the ah, the JC quest items, not at all.You do not have to leave dal to learn and master inscription.
3-30-2010 @ 5:16PM
"Except that the books cost a lot more than that when most people were leveling Inscription, they were 100g+ on my server at the time"I paid as high as 300 a pop for mine. Compare that to JC where you pay a comparable price for a necklace worth one token--one fourth of an epic cut--or buy five titanium ore for a prospect which has a ~65% chance of giving one token. And buying dragon's eyes uses the same tokens. And by dailies alone it takes more than a year no days missed to learn everything if no dragons are purchased.Granted, many of the gem cuts can be skipped as they're combos no one would ever use but having tricked out both profs twice JC is by far the worse. It takes time and there's no getting around that.
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