Nice to see what I have to plan to make. Thanks!
36 slot gem bag!Edit: Oh, just realized I have to take my priest through Mt Hyjal and do however many dailies with her (she's not my main) to pay the 300g for the recipe. Still, 36 slot gem bag!
Am I missing the crafted enhancement weapons or is Blizzard?
Is there a particular reason that Alchemy is not considered a Crafting Profession? I know what we create is largely consumable, but so are the glyphs created by Inscription, and the armor kits created by leatherworkers. Can we please have some new Alchemy recipes?
Wait a second, there's no goggle upgrades =(.
Is the Engineering Extreme-Impact Hole Puncher good for a hunter or rogue? I might save up some matrials and sell it, Only if it's good tho,Leave me some feedback.And also, Shame... No Goggle upgrade.
Wasn't any Goggle upgrades in BC till the end of the expansion for Sunwell, and the Goggles in Wrath never got one. Not really a surprise that one tier later, there isn't a new set of Goggles(which do nothing).
I guess people will buy these new JC items if I craft them (for a negligible profit margin as usual), despite the fact that they don't have any sockets, and we still can't make anything epic. I like that the mats are mostly gems, which are quite cheap. I'm sure JC will become interesting again with 4.3 and epic gems and such.
OK. I remain at a loss to understand Blizzard's punting of any effort to get the crafting side of the game "right". Could someone explain to me the underlying logic of having alchemy have a "bottleneck" good like truegold BUT NOT PROVIDE A SIMILAR GOOD TO THE OTHER PROFESSIONS? I don't begrude alchies with this but I do think it would make for a better ingame economy to provide other progressions a simlar bottle neck good that requires similar time and effort and creates demand.