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1-08-2011 @ 8:36PM
Jewelcrafting works well with enchanting, in that you can buy cheap ore, prospect them, then craft cheap rings and necklaces to disenchant.Also, if ore drops below a certain price, cut green-quality gems vendor straight out for 9 gold, and you get like 5-6 green gems per stack, so if a stack of ore is going for 30 gold or less, you can almost be assured of a profit.I like the idea of enchanting with a mage (using magic to enhance items... it's about as magey as you can get). Unfortunately, you don't have a lot of neato perks like the ones in engineering.Your absolute max dps professions right now are engineering and leatherworking.Regarding leatherworking: The wrist enchant bonus from Leatherworking is BiS for every single class in the game, and is definitely overpowered compared to all other profession bonuses. It is likely to be nerfed, or, we are likely to see additional regular enchanting options for the wrist that will normalize that enchant. So don't go powerleveling Leatherworking thinking it will be that OP enchant for the rest of the xpac.LOL @ warlocks going to hot topic crying and being all emo. Fantastic.
1-08-2011 @ 10:21PM
"Jewelcrafting works well with enchanting"Oh yes, does it ever!I give you the epic carnelian spikes (requires 3x raw carnelian gem):http://www.wowhead.com/item=52492Crappy weapon, no use to anyone, but averages out as *2* greater celestial essence on D/E (and the odd bit of dust).Go check your AH for prices on gems vs. essences and do the maths;)You can also make pretty decent money selling the odd proc of 80+ blue items you get from alicite & jasper too, and D/E the rest.
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