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    PvP Engineering still best?

    Last time I cared it was either TBC or Wotlk... not sure how about now, still any advantages left?
    Also, how do Engineers make money nowadays?

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    Engineering is only good for nitro boost in PvP now, you can buy goblin gliders off the auction house. Tailoring is equally useful with frostweave nets. Living action potions and movespeed potions still very useful.

    I think engineers mainly make their money through crafting mounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docterfreeze View Post
    Engineering is only good for nitro boost in PvP now, you can buy goblin gliders off the auction house. Tailoring is equally useful with frostweave nets. Living action potions and movespeed potions still very useful.

    I think engineers mainly make their money through crafting mounts.
    The nitro boosts suck compared to skystep potions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gourami View Post
    Last time I cared it was either TBC or Wotlk... not sure how about now, still any advantages left?
    Also, how do Engineers make money nowadays?
    Can't use profession abilities in any rated PvP (where it matters) so unless you just play random BGs, then it doesn't matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solvexx View Post
    The nitro boosts suck compared to skystep potions.
    True, but boosts are free and skysteps are like 100g a pop.
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    You can make money eng, but I think it's worth it for the nitro boosts, goblin glider, goggles, wormholes and other fun stuff.

    As far as a second profession for pvp, tailoring is nice. Nets and battle flags for world pvp. Also bags =)

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