And it does.Which is BS because your entire argument revolves around the notion that the Engineering profession takes all of the design space of a technology class.
There are in mine.There's no kegs in my Monk's backpack.
Are you telling me that, in the world of Azeroth, in the lore, if I approach a goblin engineer with the mechanostrider schematic, and pay him to make one, he won't be able to do it? Or if I approach a goblin with a shredder schematic, they won't be able to built it? Of course they will.Gnomes don't create shredders. Goblins don't build mechastriders. Goblins prefer a more chemical bent in their tech. Gnomes prefer more electrical-based tech.
With the magic is different. A mage is unable to cast holy magic. A priest is unable to cast elemental magic. A shaman is unable to cast shadow magic. A warlock cannot cast nature magic. And so on.
Right. Teach goblin engineering and they automatically will know a different kind of engineering. Wrong. If you teach them goblin engineering, they'll know and use goblin engineering.The Iron Horde's tech is based around the Iron Star which was invented by Helix Blackfuse, but has little to do with Goblin tech.
That 'vastly different thing' is simply a matter of artistic taste of the engineer. Any kind of engineering will be able to build any kind of 'flying machine' built by the other 'sub-sections' of engineering if they had the schematic. Simple as that.So no, they're not the same thing. Hell, you could have all 6 of those tech types build a flying machine, and all 6 would be vastly different from each other.
About enchanting? Yes, it was. About everything else? Not even close.Your argument was thoroughly debunked.