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1-09-2012 @ 7:38PM
Inscription is definitely the way to go, pretty much everyone I know with a huge bank roll got there in large part because of inscription. The JC/alchemy and pants enchants markets are nice side-diversions that are great if you have a main or an alt without inscription and you are waiting for a raid invite or an LFR queue or a LFD queue, but to really blast your way to the top, inscription is the way to go.I remember, I leveled my druid as herb/alch, and the day I let go of herbalism, it was a really tough thing... being able to farm my own mats in flight form, herbing super fast, even the little profession boost was fun. But then I started making some money from inscription, and I was like.. what the heck was I afraid of. This is like printing money. Plus when patches and expansions roll around, you get things like Glyphmas and darkmoon decks to completely just become filthy stinking rich overnight if you do it right.
1-09-2012 @ 7:40PM
Tl:dr:Inscription: It's like printing money.(I am so gonna be saying that now.)
1-09-2012 @ 8:32PM
It was the opposite for me, my scribe was on a lowish pop server, and the demand for any scribe items was super low, so I dropped herbalism for alch and earned more coin selling pots.My other scribe on my home server has little trouble selling fortune cards.
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