If your coinpurse has been inexplicably lighter since patch 8.3 revamped the Auction House, you're not alone.
Fishing is one of the secondary professions that no one really thinks about, but it's vital in supporting the other professions.
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The most exciting news this week is that since we last spoke, we have a release date for Legion!
Ladies and Gentlemen: Your dark, shadowy and wealthy servant, Fox Van Allen, has once again returned with news from the storied wilds of the Auction House Kingdoms.
There’s no two ways about it: getting ahead in WoW costs serious coin, which can be tricky to gather, especially if you’re just getting started. We'll help you out, whether you're level 1 or level 100.
My main is a jewelcrafter and an engineer, and neither of these professions were learned for anything other than giving myself a boost. I've had engineering since I created the character back in Burning Crusade, but I've flipped my secondary profession around a few different times to something I felt would be useful -- in Wrath I had leatherworking for a short period of time. I seem to have settled on jewelcrafting as a semi-permanent one for now though, mostly because I always need gems for something.
I admit, I'm not much good at making gold in World of Warcraft.
Patch 6.1 introduced a new trait for garrison followers -- the Treasure Hunter.