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5-24-2010 @ 7:07PM
5-24-2010 @ 11:09PM
Tailoring was useful as a holy priest back in TBC, when everyone wore the primal mooncloth set. Now it's rather useless and the cloak enchant hardly justifies working your way up to 450. Money-making options are rather limited compared to jewelcrafting, alchemy and enchanting. People need new gems and enchants whenever they get new gear, which a lot more often then they need new bags. Of course, all the professions can be lucrative if you scan the AH obsessively, undercut competitors and invest a lot of time and effort into it. With jewelcrafting I just do one daily a day, buy a dragon's eye and sell it for 100g. The only reason I don't unlearn tailoring is that I accumulated a lot of old world and rare recipes, including some that were removed from the game and are no longer obtainable (remember craftsman Omarion in Naxx40?). My alts make money for me instead.
5-25-2010 @ 1:10AM
Netherweave bags sell as fast as you can post them.
5-25-2010 @ 3:47AM
@JaneLameYou will not make the pure profit as Jc, Ench, Alch, but if you have a stock of toon with every profession then it is important to have a plan of action. I have 3 Alch's for transmutes and flasks, 2 tailors for specialty cloths, and 2 miners for titansteel (hopefully they will go back to a cd metal in cata or I will have to change a miner). Why I have two engineers is beyond me, other than being able to do auctions from Dal.Here is my current set up 8 crafters, 2 guild bankers: Ench-Jc, Lw-Skn, Alch-Eng, Bs-Mine, Eng-Mine, Tail-Alc, Tail-Alc, Insc-Herb. Everyone is up to atleast 65 for max profession, with a push to 75 for Cata. What is the minimum level in Cataclysm to max out a profession?
5-25-2010 @ 2:00PM
Actually, Tailoring has a pretty large variety of options if you're willing to think outside the box a bit. However most of those are in the form of lower price, but higher margin items, so you're right that you won't make as much bank as a JC with all the patterns would (for example).
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