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It's pretty easy to observe that while the demand for level 80 (WOTLK) epic gems is still relatively high due to level 70/80 twinks, etc, the supply (especially on our realm which is dying...that's another story..) is very, very low.
For example, go in our A.H. right now and just filter through gems for level 70 - 80. What do you see? Chances are there's nothing in there. I'm trying to dedicate my Jewelcrafting time to learning all (as much as I can) the WOTLK epic gem recipes and cut, sell, and distribute them - for the whole realm.
Now, I don't want the price of the gems to inflate for me putting them at a high price in the A.H., so I'd really rather people just add me to their friends list and drop me a letter saying what they want, etc.
I don't know, this might sound very dumb for a server with such low population as we have, but let me know if this sounds cool to you. (this is my first post on the forums so sorry if it's really long :P )
Shhrekk - Executus
1 Human Priest
Having the same problem on my server. I have never done JC but I am thinking of taking it up. How easy is it to obtain the WotK recipes for level 80 Epic Gems?
EDIT- LoL, never mind. I spent a few hours learning about Jewelrycrafting today, and I now remember why I never took up JC years ago. Like I want to spend a year doing dailies to slowly acquire recipes in order to make my own level 80 Epic gems. My original assessment was that JC was a lame profession when it was first introduced, and upon reviewing JC years later, I do not see anything to help change my opinion. Engineering and Enchanting remain my two favorite professions. Blacksmithing and Tailoring seem a lot easier to benefit from than Jewelrycrafting, and they seem just as useful for PvP than JC.
Edited by Conscience on 6/5/2013 4:52 AM PDT
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