Dragonflight will let you “recraft” gear — plus everything else we know about professions in the next expansion
In Shadowlands, we saw a change in professions with crafted Legendary gear, which had ranks a crafter could advance through to make better items.
Professions in World of Warcraft have been unimpressive since Cataclysm. I mean, that's a personal opinion, I understand that -- you may love your crafting and max it out every expansion, in which case I'd love you to comment and explain that to me, because I want to enjoy professions and I don't.
If Battle for Azeroth promised to put the War back in Warcraft, then maybe Shadowlands will put the Craft back in Warcraft, because crafting professions are seeing some major revamps.
I really haven't liked my professions for several expansions -- I think the last time I really enjoyed crafting in World of Warcraft was during The Burning Crusade, if only because that was when I made my Lionheart Executioner.
With patch 8.3 arriving tomorrow, there are several things you can do now to get a running start with respect to loot, your Heart of Azeroth, and grinding your Auction House rivals into a fine paste.
With patch 8.3 not arriving until next year, we have at least a month and a half of no new content coming to World of Warcraft.
We were talking about how to revamp professions in World of Warcraft on the podcast this week, and I got to thinking about how I would do it...
The latest World of Warcraft patch arrives tomorrow, and brings with it a host of new features (and a couple removed ones).
Patch 8.1.5 is bringing new updates to WoW, but there are some things you can do now to be ready to go on Tuesday, as well as some things you want to wait on.
Okay, so if you're really focused on the various professions in World of Warcraft, then the last couple of expansions may have felt somewhat disappointing to you.