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11-17-2010 @ 10:19PM
Tailoring is probably my all time favorite profession. It was one of the professions on my very first toon, a mage who also had skinning (a bizarre combination, not sure what I was going for), and I eventually picked it up on my shaman main because I missed crafting bags so much. Also, flying carpets. Always flying carpets. When 3.3.3 came out, you know what I was most excited for? That's right, a new flipping flying carpet!Anyway, I've been quite happy with what I've seen of tailoring so far. Though with the addition of Mail Spec my shaman likely won't be wearing much of the gear he could craft, I love the cloak enchants and cheap threads (I particularly like the idea of switching between the two if certain fights need the extra regen and some need extra health), and making my own giant bags is always fun. And long live Netherweave Bags, they're the secret to my success.
11-18-2010 @ 8:15AM
I was excited when my old carpet was scaled to the highest speed so I could use it again. I have a macro set up that randomly picks one of my carpets to fly on. =D
11-18-2010 @ 9:05AM
Yeah, netherweave bags were great, but a couple people flooded the market on Madoran. I used to get between 11-12g per bag and now ppl are posting them in AH for 8g. I think im going to have to be more aggressive about buying all the cheap netherweave cloth and force them out of MY market lol
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