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16 August 2012
Posted in World of Warcraft
It looks like that hitting 85 is not the only goal set for World of Warcraft players. When I looked at my professions earlier this morning, I saw that a lot of them were still kinda low...
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Though the secondary professions (archeology, fishing, cooking and first aid) are not the ones I care too much about, the primary ones, and especially inscription is one I really do need to 'expand'. And there is just the problem. With me being already 83, and walking around in the Cataclysm area's, I do get herbs that are too high for me yet to mill and make ink of. I have to return to lower level area's (Wrath of the Lich King) to gather lots of herbs (good thing I did find the perfect spot for it ), mill them and make inks and then make some inscriptions to expand my learning in that profession.

But the learning of the inscription skill is going rather slow now. I've learned all there is to learn at the moment, and all things I create are green or lower level. This means that effectively I have to make 3 inscriptions to get one extra point in my learning-progress. By now I'm on 402 (yeah, I did harvest a lot of herbs this morning ) and I hope that some of the upcoming crafting skills I learn will make it worth to speed up the learning process...

About the secondary professions, as I said, I don't care too much about them. Archeology is one that doesn't really give a thing (as far as I know), but I will try to be active on that field later on. Fishing and cooking I can do with daily quests in Orgrimmar, but that goes very slow... And first aid is one I can't overly care for to be real honest. As Warlock, I can channel myself to full health in no time...

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