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puppy

join:2010-01-28
reply to Carpie

Re: Alchemy specs

I always went transmute because you can't chug potions in raids anymore, and flasks lasts very long time with the guild cauldron bonus (I assume it's still there).

Transmute procs happen very rare but when it's does, free money!

It's possible flask procs can be more profitable though, depending how many raids actually buy their own flasks. I think most guilds have an alchemist that farm/buy herbs and make them.



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I actually switched from Elixir to Potion spec it really easy to do but not cheap.

After trying both I like the proc from Potion a lot more.
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reply to puppy

said by puppy:

I always went transmute because you can't chug potions in raids anymore, and flasks lasts very long time with the guild cauldron bonus (I assume it's still there).

Most medium - high pop servers can see flasks and potions be bought up quickly especially on Tues-Thurs nights which is when most guilds raid. If you're good, you're pre-potting. If you're progressing on a fight, you can go through stacks of pots after a few hours of attempts.

Guild cauldron bonus is gone. They removed it to discourage lazies in guilds from not worrying about bringing their own consumables (one of the few changes I approve of).

As for most profitable, probably flasks or potions. If the transmutes that don't have a time restriction sell well, then that's probably the way to go. I made most of my gold transmuting epics back in the end of Wrath.