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10-31-2011 @ 4:50PM
With the changes with the new expansion, I'd like to see a gold capped feature on possible glyph strategies for the new expansion. I see it as reasonable that with talent changes, a lot of glyphs are going to be out dated and need to be replaced. These will be available at varying levels, so my thoughts was to start stock piling inks of all types. This is because I'm sure with 5.0 the tradeall ink will change to whatever MoP ink will be needed. Of course this doesnt even count the fact that: a) there will be pandas, b) there will be new players, or c) there will be new monk glyphs. Not sure what kind of price fluctuation we could expect with these new low lvl pandas and low lvl monks, but i think most of those two will be BoA geared rerolls so they probably wont spend too much time leveling herbalism once they hit 15 and can start to chain queue in the Dungeon finder. Of course thats just my tinfoil hat thoughts...and I'm new to the gold making game. Just figured it'd be best to start looking for low prices now before we get to the point where EVERYONE thinks they can get in on it. Any other thoughts?
10-31-2011 @ 5:59PM
We won't know about glyphs for a good while. Even when the beta starts, there will be changes up until a month or so before MoP goes live. They hinted at being unhappy with prime glyphs and many glyphs could be removed.
11-01-2011 @ 12:50AM
It's unlikely that glyphs will be deleted or "new" ones added for existing abilities. The talent change doesn't really have any affect on glyphs. Glyphs modify abilities, not talents, and abilities aren't really going to change, unless you switch specs.If any "new" ones (I saw "new" as in not for stuff 86-90) are made, they'll likely replace any currently existing one. There were quite a few glyph recipes that changed from Wrath to Cata, with only a very small handful of new recipes added.
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