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9-27-2010 @ 5:36PM
I also have a feeling Inscription will continue to be a big money-maker, but it will be more complex. Between glyphs, dust, off-hands, trinkets/darkmoon cards, books of experience, the patterns you mentioned, and the fortune cards, along with selling raw inks and pigments, scribes now have even more ways to make money, but no longer can you just use quick auctions to post a zillion glyphs to do so.Basically it seems to me that scribes will still be able to make some big gold in the next expansion, but it will take more thought effort as opposed to setting up a simple assembly line for your gold stream.Also, it's Scribe. Okay? Scribe. I consider Blizzard to be canon on nomenclature, and it says it all right here:http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/professions/inscription.html"Added with patch 3.02, “Echoes of Doom,” the Inscription profession allows its practitioners, called "scribes," to enhance the spells and abilities of players’ characters..."Sorry to be a bit picky about that little tidbit, but I've seen it called other things, and have seen debate on it. By canon, you are not an inscriptionist, scrivener, inscriber, or any other permutation... just scribe.
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