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    Which professions can be maxed on non-85 alts?

    in Wrath i made my biggest profits from my lvl 68 orc DK scribe / xmute alchy and lvl 65 dwarf priest scribe.

    the DK was only 68 to get alchemist specialisation.

    some Cata professions cant be maxed until lvl 84.
    LW and BS definately. i'm assuming tailor.
    Enchant doesnt seem to be able to obtain high end recipies without 84.

    all professions require lvl 75 at least.
    which are still going to be profitable on a lvl 75(80)?

    i dont see myself leveling the DK to 75 any time soon. perhaps i should powerlevel inscription on a 80 (or 85 if needed) to start making darkmoon decks.

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    At the moment i believe only Alchemy, Inscription and Engineering do not require you to level past 75 to max them out.
    Jewelcrafting i am not 100% sure about but as far as i know you simply need 475 skill to obtain them, if thats correct you can stay at 75 for that too.*
    The rest of the [crafting] professions need you to go to twilight highlands for one reason or another to gain access to the highest level patterns.

    *Edit* Just confirmed this on my second JC.
    Last edited by Thefluffyrocker; December 19th, 2010 at 07:12 AM.

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    More professions for the list

    Tailoring can also be leveled on a non-85 character. In the Beta I used my level 80 warlock and she was able to cap without purchasing any recipes in Twilight Highlands. The recipes on the trainer are sufficient for leveling.

    Enchanting can also be leveled with just trainer recipes, I also personally tested this profession in Beta on a level 80 character.

    Truly, there are only two professions that can't be done by a level 80: Leatherworking and Blacksmithing.

    All others can be done by a level 80 character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaliopeLlane View Post
    Tailoring can also be leveled on a non-85 character. In the Beta I used my level 80 warlock and she was able to cap without purchasing any recipes in Twilight Highlands. The recipes on the trainer are sufficient for leveling.

    Enchanting can also be leveled with just trainer recipes, I also personally tested this profession in Beta on a level 80 character.

    Truly, there are only two professions that can't be done by a level 80: Leatherworking and Blacksmithing.

    All others can be done by a level 80 character.
    The problem with that is that you can't make some of the most profitable things without phasing in the NPCs to buy the TH enchants/patterns so while you can level the prof, its not nearly as useful as it would be if you had access to TH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot View Post
    The problem with that is that you can't make some of the most profitable things without phasing in the NPCs to buy the TH enchants/patterns so while you can level the prof, its not nearly as useful as it would be if you had access to TH.
    While I agree, that should also be a conditional statement. For example, I want my Enchanter to be a DE mule and nothing more. I'm letting a host of profit fall by the wayside, but I'm sacrificing it in order to focus on other professions and other alts. However, my Enchanter is also my Miner, so she'll end up getting some leveling love in the future anyway (not that I farm...).

 

 

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