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1-18-2012 @ 11:07AM
Does anyone know when Wowhead's character profiler will be back up or why it's down? Is there another web site I can see which Patterns/Recipes my characters know/don't know? I've been trying to waste my time at work seeing what I still need and the Wowhead maintenance is killing me!
1-18-2012 @ 11:14AM
The new armory does a good job as well now showing what patterns/recipes/mounts/pets you have and don't have.
1-18-2012 @ 11:18AM
It could just have something to do with....[blacked out]
1-18-2012 @ 11:26AM
Thank you Fubar. I am dumb. Exactly what I was looking for.
1-18-2012 @ 11:27AM
Battle.net's character profiles also show known/unknown recipes under the professions tab.
1-18-2012 @ 11:31AM
You can see what recipes or patterns your character knows on the armory. Just click the profession tab.It will also list those you don't know. What it doesn't do is tell you where to get them. But at least it is something.
1-18-2012 @ 12:01PM
Svylva,If you'd be up for an in-game solution to that problem, I'd highly recommend the add-on Acki's Recipe List. It scans your profession windows when you open them and not only will show you which recipes you don't have yet, but where they can be acquired. If you're so inclined, you can also browse by acquisition type, or -- if you're passing through an area and want to see what's available there -- by location as well.As a certified obsessive pattern collector, I wouldn't WoW without it! (Even works with Cooking if you're hunting down that 160th recipe. *g*)
1-18-2012 @ 12:52PM
I'm hunting down my 200th recipe. I should probably re-enable that addon.
1-25-2012 @ 6:12AM
I've been wondering that, too. Blizzard is blocked by our proxy but wowhead is not.
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