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12-13-2010 @ 6:17PM
I hate gemming and player enchants. It's like math homework for me. It's convoluted, and I only do it to reach the end goal and promptly forget everything.I should know my spec's role, and what stats are important, but I don't what to juggle stats or have lots of decisions with vague results, and I haven't memorized caps. and the complication of involving the auction house.I wonder if there's an addon that will show me stat caps like a % bar, and a gemming and enchanting addon that works with it to automatically tell me what the best options are in relation to each other. Easy-mode.
12-14-2010 @ 10:07AM
Gems aren't that hard. You really just have to find out what goes best in each of your 3 color slots, so you really only need to know the name of up to 4 gems (including meta gem) and then you can search for those names and grab them easily.
12-14-2010 @ 11:37AM
I don't think anyone reads the comments after a day or two, but it's not just "match the color and away you go". - You have to look up 3 sets of gem colors for each socket color. eg: a blue socket can take blue, green, or purple gems. - You have to evaluate how long your current equipment will last; and when you decide to gem something that will get replaced, know enough about gems to know which ones are cheap enough to take a hit to stats. I'm guessing it's not just the 2nd highest level.and like I said, I'm not familiar with my stat caps, so I have to do additional homework not directly related to gems.WoW has so much stuff in it that it needs an in-game PDA. More than what they have so far. Something to link everything together. There's just too much stuff.
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