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2-07-2012 @ 10:32AM
I am the guy who has every profession at max level with all the pats i can feasibly lay my hands on and as such when people want a high end enchant, gem, new glyph, belt buckle, leg enchant etc they call on me. More often than not It doesn’t effect my game play and most email me mats and say what they want which I am more than happy to do. Occasionally it can get annoying when someone who has just managed to get a shiny new item and they cannot wait to test drive it gemmed and enchanted and im running a raid/instance and they are forever whispering me asking how long till im finished. All in all it’s a torch I am happy to bear.While we are on the subject, we have a guy in our guild who literally knows everything about materials. If you want to know where to farm/find anything in game, not just the usual ore/herb information, he will be able to tell you where in the game, what mobs, etc. Im probably not selling this guys ability well so put it this way, exclude weapons and armour from everything that is available in game, and he will know it. Recipes, he will tell you what mob sells it and where to find them. Want to know where to find an item to help with that rep grind, he’s your man. Want to fish for a certain food buff, he will tell you. doing that daily for a festival event, he knows. I mean this man is a walking wowwikki and thottbot combined genius. and before you say he is just using these two sites and relaying it…..nope. his responses are far too fast. Over vent whilst healing a heroic run he will answer a question where he frankly cannot drop screen and look it up in 2 seconds.
2-07-2012 @ 10:50AM
I love that guy who knows where things are/drop/get sold! We have one of those. Its SO useful, especially since I don't know any of that information off the top of my head ever. The elusive goblin guy who sells the frost something or other that is needed for the icy cloak, that I wanted for no other reason than it matches my tier... something with wings priest set for transmog. Our guy saved me SO much time finding him.
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