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5-25-2010 @ 1:02PM
These are some great points, though I admit that I figured that the lack of farm goods was more of a professions choice than anything to do with the state of the world at the time. Though considering this is the world of warcraft, that probably is a big part of it.I play Lord of the Rings Online and they have a really robust cooking profession, with a WIDE variety of food you can make. But they also have a completely seperate profession to support it; farming. In fact, it's the meat you have to buy and all the veggies can be supplied by farming. But farming is a rather boring profession (you stand in a field for long periods of time, sowing and harvesting your crops) and it has to fit the world. Middle Earth is a much more civilized and less war-torn land than Azeroth so the idea of someone farming for a living, instead of adventuring or keeping orcs off their lands, seems more likely.If Azeroth was going to introduce more veggies, they'd most likely have to introduce some sort of profession for it (so that cooking remains self-sufficient) or have the produce sold at vendors. Though the vendor thing isn't a bad idea; it's a good gold sink.Of course, with Cataclysm, I can't imagine there'd be much crops being grown at all.
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