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    Regarding tailoring

    Im a warlock with enchanting so far and Im stuck between engi and tailoring.
    Im not sure but as Iv seen is the new legenchants ONLY for the tailorer so the ones that doesnt get tailoring have to settle with the old legenchants?

    if thats true it feels like a must to get tailoring as a wlock or anyother caster =/

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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    This is big sad

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    Actually you can still get the leg enchants. Blizz just made 2 different versions of the same thing, one that is tailor only and one that isnt; but the one that only the tailor can use costs less reagents being the incentive. The only thing you really miss out when not taking tailor is the cloak enchants.

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    Thanks alot for the info appriciate it!

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    I just droped Tailoring on my Mage because I found that it brings to little to the table.

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    If not for any uberwtfbbq gear, take tailoring for their magic carpets...

    Mage + Carpet = Fakir
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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Somnio
    If not for any uberwtfbbq gear, take tailoring for their magic carpets...

    Mage + Carpet = Fakir
    Thats just it, its not "uberwtfbbq gear". The new spellfire is only a 2 item set. Yes its good, but Maxx 10 and 25man has almost as good gear. Also the 2 and 4 set bonus's is really great.

    And just taking tailoring for the carpet is just silly.

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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Proxiz
    And just taking tailoring for the carpet is just silly.
    It's silly to pick up tailoring and levelling it 1~450, just for the carpet, yes.

    But if you have spent thousands of gold on the profession, just to drop it because it does not give anything "extra" at the launch of WotLK... Is just as silly
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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Somnio
    It's silly to pick up tailoring and levelling it 1~450, just for the carpet, yes.

    But if you have spent thousands of gold on the profession, just to drop it because it does not give anything "extra" at the launch of WotLK... Is just as silly
    Any one spending thousands of gold on lvl tailoring have to have their head examined, imo.

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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Proxiz
    Any one spending thousands of gold on lvl tailoring have to have their head examined, imo.
    While I did spent quite an ammount of gold on my favotire profession, it won't be thousands of gold.
    But every profession find certain gaps that are hard to be filled with mats you farm yourself. Enchanting, and Tailoring alike, were/are a hell between 280ish and 300, and later again at 360ish.

    And even though we now all have money to burn, it was way different in the old days, where 100 gold for the mats of one skillpoint was both expensive and no exception
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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    i find tailoring a good option to start off each block of content , that little extra in the begining makes a difrence if you want to push for first kills.

    it's a mather of min/maxing our toon to get ready as fast as possible for the content... yes you can loot almost identical items in early stages BUT if you already have them then it will help you perform bether.
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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Somnio
    While I did spent quite an ammount of gold on my favotire profession, it won't be thousands of gold.
    But every profession find certain gaps that are hard to be filled with mats you farm yourself. Enchanting, and Tailoring alike, were/are a hell between 280ish and 300, and later again at 360ish.

    And even though we now all have money to burn, it was way different in the old days, where 100 gold for the mats of one skillpoint was both expensive and no exception
    "Old Days" does not apply here. There is no point in keeping a profession just because it was hard to lvl long long time ago. Yes, gold is easy to come by, but still, there is no point in rerolling each week or month, I look at what I have at hand now and what will benefit me the most over a longer period.

    Quote Originally Posted by artan
    i find tailoring a good option to start off each block of content , that little extra in the begining makes a difrence if you want to push for first kills.

    it's a mather of min/maxing our toon to get ready as fast as possible for the content... yes you can loot almost identical items in early stages BUT if you already have them then it will help you perform bether.
    Player skill over gear any day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proxiz
    Player skill over gear any day
    if you take some time to read the post you will find out my choise of words was prety acurate it helps you perform , dosen't play for you ...

    try and outplay a mage whit half if spell dmg and then we can speak of semantics abit more.
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    Except ffor fights where it requires gear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by artan
    if you take some time to read the post you will find out my choise of words was prety acurate it helps you perform , dosen't play for you ...

    try and outplay a mage whit half if spell dmg and then we can speak of semantics abit more.
    You make me smile. Its like you are trying to compare a Fiat to a Ferrari. 50 or 100 spelldamage will not change the world.

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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Proxiz
    You make me smile. Its like you are trying to compare a Fiat to a Ferrari. 50 or 100 spelldamage will not change the world.
    It will change the world for a lot of casters.

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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    I think that Somnio is right (any reference to 'thousands of gold' aside).

    To drop tailoring, which is a demanding profession to level, when it isn't immediately obvious to us what the long-term WotLK benefits will be, is foolhardy.

    The carpets and leg enchants are great. As with TBC, though, I reckon Blizzard will introduce new tailoring BoP recipes as drops from end-game content which will keep tailoring relevant.

    Developers have spoken before of their dissatisfaction over TBC's overpowered tailoring recipes, and I therefore don't believe that recipes in WotLK will be as impressive. Still, I'm sure that Blizzard will introduce new items as WotLK continues to develop.
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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Somnio
    If not for any uberwtfbbq gear, take tailoring for their magic carpets...

    Mage + Carpet = Fakir
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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Proxiz
    Player skill over gear any day
    So a very skilled player in kara gear and blues should be able to keep up in DPS with a terribad player in sunwell gear?

    No. In WoW, gear plays a huge part in well someone does.
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    Re: Regarding tailoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Omnomnomz
    So a very skilled player in kara gear and blues should be able to keep up in DPS with a terribad player in sunwell gear?

    No. In WoW, gear plays a huge part in well someone does.
    Use your brain friend, as I said before, dont compare a Fiat to a Ferrari. The new tailor gear is not "überpwnOMFG" better then Naxx gear, like TBC gear was, and there for will be replaced much much sooner then your spellfire set.

    Im not saying that Tailoring is a bad profession, imo its just not giving me what I want to keep it, so I rerolled Enchanting.

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