Currently there is no profit in crafting any of the current alch or enchant recipes on my server. Its better to just sell mats. Its sad, really sad. I am just hanging onto everything til 8.2.
Worst weekend in wow economy, 1000 auction and 0 sells, seems we need to take a brake till patch 8.2
I can confirm that post about mats, even older stuff like Living Steel its better to sell the raw ores Black Trillium OreWhite Trillium Ore.Favorite pet must be Cogblade Raptor it saved me in many fights, its fast and does descend damage and is a mech with comeback bonus.
what you think about grinding rep on alts? from profession perspective. they giving us option to learn new proffesion and for 1k gold we can restore the old. but that doesnt restore the prelegion recipes. i dont see reason why the recipes should be locked behind multiple grinds for same faction.
Is it really worth it to make the Tools of the Trade item for Alchemy if I'm just some semi-casual making flasks for my family? Without the cauldrons giving free items any more, I'm looking at the 110 Anchor Weed required to make it and wondering if I'm really gonna break even any time soon.
Super squirt day is May 24th for US Realms: https://www.warcraftpets.com/community/forum/viewtopic.php?t=16187
Can also use spectral tiger cub in place of widget, though widget is way cheaper to buy.
My favorite personal pet for battling is probably the Feline Familiar. She has Stoneskin, a Devour heal, and a magic basic attack that destroys flyers, and is pretty strong against almost anything else, even. If I need an in-combat sustain that isn't dependent on a kill, I like the Dream Whelplings.
"But this uses Widget, which can only be gotten on Halloween" Widget can be bought all year around on the auction house. Unlike pets like Ghost Maggot which can only be gotten during Halloween."I crafted 1,632 Tidespray Linen Bracers. Scrapped the green ones and DEd the blue ones. Unfortunately I did not record how many blues I got." There are already plenty of recordings of scrapping and DE:ing of Tidespray Linen Bracers on wowhead with blues recorded."Do you battle or trade pets? Have you ever traded cross-server to make more gold? What's your favourite personal pet?"I both battle and sell pets, I find Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling being a solid option to level up during Squirt day and then sell, especially during the Darkmoon fair. I've bought a couple of TCG pets on servers I don't play on, not to make gold but to save gold on my purchase. I'm very fond of Enchanted Broom not only does it looks great but it's extremely unique and useful in terms of it's abilities and pet family.
So much to do so little time... I've slacked on my fav farm recently, but for the longest of time, waaay into Legion, I've been farming wolf cages in nagrand for fur. It was a delicious farm, at the peak I could farm monthly supply of cages in about an hour (this likely still holds true). Then, once a week, grab my bloods which were and are "super safe" produce - if they sell better on the AH, then good; if they don't you can always just convert them to red bags of gold at your garrison's trading post for roughly 50-60g cash. The fur would partly go to market when it still sold reasonably well when in volume, and partly to my tailor to be converted into mats for 30-slot bags. All the elementals produced in the course of that would go to my alchemist for transmute to earths (iirc), also to fuel bag production - and bags this size still sell reasonably well, though not at a premium anymore as there's a larger bag on the market.Alas, at one point, new content options (first OH tables, and now current content) have exceeded that farm in profitability, so I don't bother anymore.And pets... yea. I bought pets on a huge realm where prices go down fast, and I farmed or bought them on my remote, mid-pop cluster solely to put them up on the market on that huge realm. I don't find that market so enticing anymore, many people got into the minigame and resources are more plentiful, driving people away from the broader market, leaving niches with super-rare pets and some beginner staples.These days, the only time I see movement on this market, at least on my home mid-pop cluster, is when new battles come out and people seek particular cageable pets that fit the new lineups. Otherwise, it's crowded for pet battling starter staples like Terrible Turnip, Anubisath Idol, Clockwork Gnome, Iron Starlette or Chrominius, where you make little due to competition or low availability/lenghty grinds and essentially need to offer lv.25s to even get a shot at the money.I have a fairly extensive personal collection of pets, particularly the ones that have attacks that are strong against a given family and themselves take less damage from that family, like Flayer Youngling, which is humanoid (less damage from critters) and has beast attacks (deal extra damage to critters), but my all-time favorite has to be Onyxian Whelpling. It was my first level capped pet, and it still is a very solid foundation for any collection, with strong-hitting attack, a self-heal and attack that also grants one-round immunity. It was always very strong (i remember repeatedly battling pets around Wyrmrest Temple while it was still in teens, and winning) and the extra flavor from emote reaction brings back fond memories. And best part is, anyone can still get an analog pet with just a tame of a wild Spawn of Onyxia, for the same pet abilities at least.