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3-11-2011 @ 10:41AM
I had this idea back in early BC. I was looking for a rare enchant for a twink, and I could never catch the single person on my realm who had it while they were online.So I wished and posted on the suggestion forums that enchanters should be able to sell enchants on scrolls like the intellect/stm/agi etc scrolls that dropped in the game world.We all know how that turned out.
3-11-2011 @ 11:47AM
The idea of being able to store Enchants has been around since vanilla.I myself made the suggestion to store them on rune stones, in Burning Crusade.
3-11-2011 @ 1:06PM
The problem now is that searching for enchants is so horrible. The AH doesn't even have a category for them. So lets say you want to find [Enchant Cloak - Agility]...of course you can't just type in "Agility"...you get a bunch of random crap you're not even looking for. You have to type almost the whole damn thing "enchant cloak - a" would probably get you there. My point is they're not making it very user friendly. I think the enchant market would pick up a lot of some if they simply added an AH filter for enchanting scrolls.
3-11-2011 @ 2:08PM
Search feature sucks, but if you're creative, you can search something like: "k - Agi"Personally, I use that AuctionLite. When you search for "Agility" each unique item only appears once with the lowest buyout. You can then click on an item if you want to search for that unique itemID.
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