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  • BeastehBeasteh THAT WOULD NOT KILL DRACULARegistered User regular
    edited December 2010
    zucchini wrote: »
    unless you're a moonkin and [insert other classes I don't know anything about].

    Engineering is pretty much the best tradeskill for me followed by the tossup of tailoring/leatherworking.

    From each profession, you can expect to gain:
    • Alchemy: Mixology will give you another 80 intellect when using a Flask of the Draconic Mind
    • Blacksmithing: Allows you to put a socket on your wrists and gloves, which leaves room for two more Brilliant Inferno Rubies for an additional 80 intellect.
    • Engineering: Synapse Springs * gives your gloves a +480 intellect bonus for 12 seconds every minute. Engineering also offers Nitro Boots for a quick get-away, a High-Powered Bolt Gun which does damage and interrupts casting, and a few other fun bits and bobs in general engineering-style.
    • Enchanting: 40 intellect on each ring for a total of 80 intellect.
    • Inscription: 130 intellect/25 haste on your shoulders.
    • Jewelcrafting: Lets you use 3 Brilliant Chimera’s Eye’s instead of Inferno Eyes for an additional 81 intellect.
    • Leatherworking: 130 intellect on your bracers instead of 65 haste, which gives you the DPS gain of around 100 intellect.
    • Tailoring: Lightweave Embroidery gives 580 spellpower for 15 seconds every minute. This gives you around an average of 140 spell power.
    • Herbalism: Lifeblood is a smaller haste cooldown, giving you 240 haste rating for 20 seconds every 2 minutes. It is not as potent as a crafting profession, but if you are picking flowers anyways, it will still be a decent buff.
    • Skinning: 80 crit rating

    nah even if your a moonkin engi is still the most useful profession

    Beasteh on
  • zucchinizucchini pretty much amazing Registered User regular
    edited December 2010
    that's the point I was making ;-)

    zucchini on
  • ApollohApolloh Registered User regular
    edited December 2010
    I know i don't post much in this thread and this has probably already been said before but i just re-upped my account after three years of not playing and the new questing in the old world of WoW is pretty awesome.

    I am suddenly addicted again.

    If anyone else has done this quest, did anyone else laugh when that Nigh Elf town got nuked by that Goblin bomb?

    Apolloh on
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  • NaphtaliNaphtali Null Registered User regular
    edited December 2010
    Hey awesome Dys!

    Naphtali on
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