Update: This was originally published just for our supporters, but now it's available for everyone.
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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.