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2-07-2011 @ 7:33PM
Rep epics are disenchantable, but what about Tailor crafted epics that require no chaos orbs ie dreamless belt ect they require only 4 pieces of dreamcloth
2-07-2011 @ 7:47PM
Dreamcloth noncooldown uses chaos orbs. The other dreamcloth have a week long cooldown.
2-07-2011 @ 7:52PM
I don't have any high level tailors, but it seems to me that I believe dreamcloth can only be made once a week per volatile type, or infinitely with 5 orbs per, which means that in the end it actually makes epics more expensive to make with dreamcloth, or at least more time consuming, than with other professions. I haven't looked into it personally, however, so I may be wrong.
2-07-2011 @ 7:58PM
Rep epics cannot be DEed.
2-07-2011 @ 8:25PM
It would take 4 dreamcloth to make the cheapest tailor pattern that can be de'd into a crystal. 4 dreamcloth with no cooldown takes 5 chaos orbs. Or you can make 5 per week using 30 volatiles (one dreamcloth for each type of volatile). Its not really worth it to use chaos orbs for crystals. The 4 dreamcloth belts go for higher or just above the price of the crystals. So there currently isn't a good way to farm crystals from tailoring. If blizzard allows us to buy chaos orbs or makes them boe then there will be a great way, but I don't think they would keep the tailor patterns the same if they did that.
2-08-2011 @ 4:15AM
At my server value of Dreamcloth is ~800g. Maesltrom Crystals vary between 1k and 2k. So disenchanting tailoring items is waste of money. 1 orb crafts look nice, time to level my BS :)
2-08-2011 @ 4:55AM
It's 5 Chaos Orbs per piece of Dreamcloth. So that's 20 orbs. And getting 20 orbs is a difficult process, even as a tank or with a guild with instant queue times, that's roughly 10 hours worth of dungeons to make a single piece of gear.
2-09-2011 @ 1:06AM
Yeah, tailoring kind of gets the shaft these days. Dreamcloth has a "value" of between 600 and 750 gold on my server, which makes it wasteful in the extreme to make cloth using volatile fire or air (and borderline on earth and water). It's "cost effective" to make only 1 or 2 dreamcloth per week. Unless they lower the number of volatiles required, I know I won't be making much dreamcloth any time soon.
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