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2-11-2011 @ 3:03PM
Guess what, guys? If the supply is out of whack in either direction, it's not going to be a good thing-- except for those people who think the game should give them abundant supplies practically for free. Herbalists have just as much right to their profession be profitable, as Alchemists do. People selling mats at a reasonable profit doesn't make them greedy so-and-so's who are unfairly gouging their customers. And you don't need to be swimming in mats and have prices driven down to below vendor prices for it to be "fair". Those are both pretty extreme notions of how the Herbalism profession is supposed to work.Sorry, I just don't like the automatic response of some people that imply that Gathering professions shouldn't be profitable, but Crafting professions should be at Gatherers' expense.
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