Leaderavia wrote:personally, i'd prefer just a pet list with move sets and then a numbered list of moves, i.e. what button to push each turn. videos are nice, but they take much more time to watch than just reading a list. i'm sure other people might appreciate videos, so you can do both if you have the time, but i'd appreciate the option of not having to watch a video.
Fadaar wrote:So am I the only one who already has Bloodknight Antari checked off in the achievement?
Dirkie wrote:My preference is just to have a written description. Which pets and breeds plus maybe a note on key points in the battle to watch for.
On a side point not being in the beta how do we get an Elekk Plushie. Well I mean how hard is it for a tailor to get the pattern and make one? Will they be available day one or are they going to take a week before tailors can even get the pattern? Are these going to be outrageous prices on the AH to even buy? What a HUGE gold maker for Tailors.
Dirkie wrote:On a side point not being in the beta how do we get an Elekk Plushie. Well I mean how hard is it for a tailor to get the pattern and make one?
Poofah wrote:The currency to buy recipes is on a daily cooldown, and Plushie costs 5. So Plushies will appear on day 5 at the earliest. You can start making the currency in the starter zone so the recipe will be easily available on day 5, but it's also competing with several other recipes (30 slot bag, starter epics).
Mats in WoD work a bit differently than before. BoE cloth scraps come from mobs and herbs, and tailors can turn them into BoP cloth, and again this is restricted somewhat by cooldowns. So you can't walk up to a tailor and trade them mats; tailors have to stockpile mats. This is going to exacerbate the usual pattern we see, where crafted items are massively expensive early on, and then taper down to a much lower price.
If you have a tailor alt at 90, it may be worthwhile to send them to Draenor on day 1. You can get the necessary recipes roughly 15 quests into the starter zone (http://www.wowhead.com/quest=34019#comments). Then you could send raw materials from your main to keep up with the daily cooldowns.
Ryazan wrote:Unless you want blow tons of money to AH upon the launch, your main needs to provide your tailor the Sumptuous Fur needed to make the Hexweave Cloth
Quintessence wrote:Ryazan wrote:Unless you want blow tons of money to AH upon the launch, your main needs to provide your tailor the Sumptuous Fur needed to make the Hexweave Cloth
Your alt can get tons of fur from the Barn. Trap certain creatures and start work orders to get an endless supply of fur. (You'll need to build Barn and trap creatures to upgrade the building to level anyway, since it's the only source for the Pygmy Cow (not cageable). :))
Topaz wrote:there is a step-by-step guide I've written in wowhead about 2 months ago when the achievement was changed to trainers instead of the celestial beast. been refining it since the pre-patch changes, so beside dr. ion everything is completely bullet proof (cant post link)
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