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2-06-2012 @ 5:59PM
I made plenty of money in TBC off of selling potions; not by making them, they were a side product of farming chests and ore in Nagrand. Each humanoid camp had a couple of chest spawns, and I would fly around on my dwarf farming those with Find Treasure up while keeping an eye out for the (fairly easily noticeable with Gatherer) ore nodes. What changed in Wrath is that the potion cooldown got changed so as to not start refreshing until you were out of combat. In TBC, you'd chug mana potions as soon as you could get full use on them and on every cooldown after. With only one use per fight in Wrath, but with them dropping willy nilly still, there just could not be a market for them.I *think* that the Cata model was meant to give alchemists an outlet to sell potions, but now that they're out of sight, they're out of knew, too.
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