I expect that jewelcrafting is number one.
Would mining or enchanting be next?
03/02/2011 5:29 PMPosted by KathalickJust started my first priest and wondered what the best professions were for a Priest.
03/02/2011 5:58 PMPosted by StrydentJust started my first priest and wondered what the best professions were for a Priest.
I go with Tailoring and Enchanting for my Shadow Priest...which is precisely why I don't recommend it.
This combination is only for players with alts that have very deep pockets. There isn't enough silks that drop to keep you up in Tailoring to keep up in items to disenchant to progress in Enchanting...to say nothing of what you need to progress First Aid.
If you go with this combination, then you had either have a lot of gold to buy silks in the AH, or get used to farming...lots of farming. And I do mean lots of farming.
I don't understand what people are talking about with enchanting/tailoring being costly?
I remember once farming Mageweave Cloth (I think it was mageweave). But since I leveled up from 1-80 primarily in dungeons, I always had tons of cloth. I only had 1 capped character at the time and she was alliance so I planned on being broke as a joke.
It wasn't bad honestly. I love the pants and cloak enchant and having enchanting saves me from buying any enchant from the auction house.
My husband rolled a warlock with jewelcrafting so I never have to buy gems either. And our gbank is full of all sorts of cloth for alt bags / gear (no mageweave though ;p).
03/03/2011 2:13 PMPosted by LinariaSo yeah...either youre paying the AH for the mats to level, or youre wasting your time trying to find the mats to level...either way its costly (time or money).
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