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6-26-2010 @ 7:30AM
So, alchemists will drink a potion and sprout wings or something? I do like the idea of all crafters getting profession mounts. BOP and BOE varieties both would be preferable, just for balance issues.I feel alchemy has kinda been neglected perk and fun wise. I get it that engineers get fun toys, but all the potions and transmutation and such has so much more potential. In Wrath after you reached level cap there wasn't anything more to it really. Sure, one patch gave us new epic gem transmutes, but other than that, you pretty much had everything you could get by Ulduar.Leatherworkers, Tailors and Blacksmiths all gained interesting new patterns and recipes with every raid tier. In this sense Alchemy, Inscription, Enchanting and Jewelcrafting have been left behind.So, what kind of mounts could fit the other crafting professions then?JC - I get the feel of something carved, kind of like riding on a statue.Inscription - A paper plane might seem like making fun of it, but tbh I can't really come up with anything else right off the bat.Enchanting - Fairy Dust á la Peter Pan?Alchemy - The flying potion has been mentioned, as have golems and such. Both could be rather fitting really. For the latter though, they would need to feel different from the JC statue mounts (given that all crafters would be getting some mounts of their own).
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