View Poll Results: does blizz hate j/c

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    Post Does Blizzard hate j/c?

    It seems that every profession has pretty easy way to obtain patterns, but after leveling my j/c I've come to realize how hard it is to obtain most epic cuts. Does Blizzard just hate j/c or is this just kinda the way the profession is with obtaining patterns?

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    You do realize that you get about 15g for each epic cut, and other professions like engineering or blacksmithing (for example) get nothing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolainz View Post
    You do realize that you get about 15g for each epic cut, and other professions like engineering or blacksmithing (for example) get nothing?
    we also have a daily quest that for cheap gems and killing a certain type of mob like 3 times usually for a drop for a token that can be used for a dragons eye every day and make gold from that.

    also the tip thing above and making the gem sells for more gold then gem itself so u can profit that way also.

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    The reason it takes so much work is because it is the most rewarding profession profit-wise.

    Effort is directly proportional to pay-off (at least ideally it should be).
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    I think Blizzard just hates Professions in general. By the time you get your profession to maxed and start getting the good patterns, people are already raiding and getting better stuff from drops then you could ever possibly dream of making.

    The only real professions that don't get outdated nearly instantly by raids are then ones that don't rely on gear. Those being the Production Professions such as Enchanting, Jewwlcrafting, Alchemy and Inscription (to a lesser extent).

    That though, is just my personal opinion as I have Tailoring and Enchanting on my main and though Enchanting can be profitable if I get my hands on mats cheaply, Tailoring at this point only exist to make cheap belts to be DE'd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowkatt View Post
    I think Blizzard just hates Professions in general. By the time you get your profession to maxed and start getting the good patterns, people are already raiding and getting better stuff from drops then you could ever possibly dream of making.

    The only real professions that don't get outdated nearly instantly by raids are then ones that don't rely on gear. Those being the Production Professions such as Enchanting, Jewwlcrafting, Alchemy and Inscription (to a lesser extent).

    That though, is just my personal opinion as I have Tailoring and Enchanting on my main and though Enchanting can be profitable if I get my hands on mats cheaply, Tailoring at this point only exist to make cheap belts to be DE'd.
    tailoring can craft some BiS slot items for some classes, but Blizzard doesn't want you to be able to craft the best gear right out of the bat for that tear with a profession because that defeats the purpose of raiding....

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    This has the same answer as "does Blizzard hate X class?" - Blizzard makes *these* classes/professions. They don't dislike any of them, the only "dislike" towards a profession would be thinking it is underpowered, and then they would buff it.
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    Oh yeah, for sure, engineering patterns are all cake to obtain, not to mention the random rare patterns you have no control over for alchemy and inscription. Blizz totally hates JC fo' sure.

    Oh wait

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    Yea blizzard hate j/c, developers wake up every morning chanting DIE JC PPL, DIE! Idiot thread..
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    I don't get why ppl QQ about this stuff life is easy u dont like something get rid of it dont sweat

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    My DK is a Miner/JC
    Warlock is a Enchanter/Inscriber

    And you think J/C is hard?

    Enchanting in TBC: All noteworthy Enchants drop from bosses almost nobody did with a 1% drop rate (was increased at the end of TBC).
    Inscriptioning: Yeah.... this one just sucks... Grinding books to get random recipes nobody will ever buy. How glorious
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    Quote Originally Posted by RageAgainsTheMachine View Post
    tailoring can craft some BiS slot items for some classes...
    Well no...
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    Level Mining.
    Go farm titanium ore's.
    Prospect them.
    Buy tokens with the powders.
    ????
    Profit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revengica View Post
    The reason it takes so much work is because it is the most rewarding profession profit-wise.
    You've got it backwards. It's profitable because it takes effort to get the patterns -> less people with patterns -> less supply -> higher prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herecius View Post
    Oh yeah, for sure, engineering patterns are all cake to obtain, not to mention the random rare patterns you have no control over for alchemy and inscription. Blizz totally hates JC fo' sure.

    Oh wait
    this^

    and if they hated it so much they would'nt have invented it
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    No, they totally love it.

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    Wild Magic and Speed Pots were my last two random discoveries. It took prob 3-4 weeks.

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    /facepalm, designs are stupid easy to get. OP must be too lazy to do a damn daily.

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    Compared to Engy, JC has nothing to complain about... and you can easily make 1000's a week with JC... with little effort (and only 1/2 a dozen patterns)

    JC made me enough to get 3 70's epic flight during the early days of burning crusade...

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    Quote Originally Posted by comasutra View Post
    yes, Blizzard hates Jesus Christ
    Lol'd

    OT: JC sucked for me at the start, however, once you get more patterns, (which isnt all that hard)you can make a heck of a lot of money by practically afking in your main city charging 10g per gem cut.

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