Skinning quest bug [Glielle / Under Down]
Hey budds, something wrong is happening with this quest , its about rank 2 on stormscale leather, i've done everything in the chain, im even rank 3 on stonehide, but this Glielle npc in azsuna should give me quest for 20 hippg scales, but it doesn't, it just stays there and do nothing. Any suggestions ?5
Why does Nomi suck at cooking?
I don't get it. He was such a promising student. I rang the bell and up he would run, excited for the challenges of instant noodles. Days I spent beside him, teaching him, guiding him. Molding him into a master chef. Into a artisan of artichokes. A prince of pizza. A savant of salads. That little panda grew before my eyes into a shining example of chubby fluffy cooking skills. I was excited to see him again. I paid a visit to his kitchen. I hand him stack after stack of the finest, freshest ingredients. He smiles and waves me on. I am confident. He has got this! I return the next day to find a pile of ash laid out neatly on a table as though it were a banquet fit for a raid. Sifting through the burnt and confusing mess of hot-dogs stapled to the sides of salmon and still alive chickens force fed raw pork, not a single recipe had been written down. Searching I noticed a glint of gold. I scooped up the mass and smeared away the gunk to reveal ... a ring... attached to a human finger. Confused I looked up, my hands caked in what resembled a murlocs stomach. I watched in horror as Nomi, grinning with pride, began to fillet a gnome rogue who had wandered in earlier that day to purchase some flour. I turned in disgust. The screams. The madness. I ran for the door. This wasn't my Nomi! This wasn't my panda friend!! I cried out ' Nomi! Why? What have you become!? ' Nomi turned, his eyes filled with green fire. ' There is no Nomi! Only ZOOL! ' * My question being how can he at the age of 10 cook anything I throw at him but can't get his head around endless stacks of fish!? I call Fel! *1
Obliterum - Life AFTER Emerald Nightmare?
So, as we know, the cap on crafted gear is set to be raised to 855 with Karazhan, but what about Emerald Nightmare? Crafting Obliterum, while fairly easy and cheap, seems like it could become defunct after only 20 days into the expansion. If better gear can be obtained from the first raid and as we have already seen, getting to a respectable gear ilvl in preparation for Raiding is VERY easy to obtain through world quests and dungeons, then what would be the actual point of crafting? I understand that crafted gear should not be better than gear obtained from say Mythic Raids but is there any plans to continually increase the cap on crafted gear as the expansion progresses, much like the system in place for Legendaries? Sorry if I am covering old ground but I have been googling this extensively and not found an answer.1
So I've been disenchanting some items I made whilst leveling tailoring, and one of them was an epic Silkweave Cinch of the Aurora. This being a legion item, I was expecting to get a Chaos Crystal, or atleast some leylight shards or arkhana. I was however unpleasantly surprised when I got a Temporal Crystal instead, which are, as we all know, created by disenchanting Warlords of Dreanor epics... So... is this a bug? Should I report it? I have disenchanted some crafted gear of the same ilvl before, and so far they all gave me Chaos Crystals. I really have enough Temporal crystals stored in my bank to last me through the winter, but I could use some new shiny materials...2
Herbalism Podlings, no loot after 100?
As it says. I'm a heathen who goes back to the garrison quite often, mostly to try and finish off some time sink achievements like rare missions and the garden tools transmogs. I have noticed though, that podlings spawn at your level even past level 100. Their stats don't seem to change though. However, it seems they don't have a loot table, as when I kill the podlings that spawn aren't lootable when I kill them. Is this intended? Or am I losing the loot for another reason, such as garrison NPCs and my bodyguard doing too much damage for me to be considered having a tag? As I'm pretty sure that you needed to do a certain amount of damage to a mob in order to get credit for the kill if NPCs attacked it, perhaps a way to prevent you kiting strong mobs into city guards. I usually drop a moonfire and sunfire, and I believe the first moonfire tick kills the podling. Either way, could be a bit of a block for those still wanting the pet and not willing to pay for it. I assume the ore monster things share a similar fate.2
learn bling mode for reaves, without being 800 skill
If you are like me, stuck at 790 and looking with dread at the last 10 points, while having the recipe in hand. Buy the tome of forgotten knowledge for engineering. Instantly teaches you the 'missing' recipe, because you earned it as a quest reward. Credit to Kamenwati on steamweedle cartel for discovering this. I suspect it may work for other proffessions as well, as long youve earned the recipe as quest rewards.0
Consequnces of relearning professions
So I figured I would drop my alchemy and go back to blacksmithing for a while to make me some Demonsteel Breastplates and Gauntlets, in which I had rank two before I decided to drop it for alchemy for the good of my guild. When I used the tome to relearn my blacksmithing I noticed that it did not give back either the ranks I had, nor my previous skill, nor the recipes I had purchased from the vendor in Suramar. From my understanding (and the understanding of everyone I've spoken to) you were supposed to relearn all the recipes you knew at the point of dropping a profession, excluding old world professions. This includes the ranks you had obtained. This was not the case. I know the tooltip of the tome says "recipes learned through questing", however, I would like to argue that Demonsteel rank two recipes are learned through quests. Additionally, since many recipes are "unlocked" at the vendor through questing, you are led to believe the tome would apply to them as well. The consequences of unlearning and relearning have to be clarified, since my perception is (as well as many others') that you do not stand to lose anything from unlearning (except old world professions) and that you could sort of hop between professions as long as you had obtained the recipes and ranks at some point. Now I have lost all my blacksmithing ranks and recipes of any value, as well as all of my alchemy recipes and ranks (since no recipe is obtained purely by questing, they're just "unlocked" at the vendor). Luckily I had not yet obtained rank 3 in any flask or potion (that seems impossible, by the way), but if I had this would have been far more frustrating than it currently is. Players are being led into a trap through this system, since it is far less convenient to swap professions than it currently seems.5
JC daily bug?
i've noticed that for the last 7 days or so at least, the cata JC daily has been the one for the blue gems every day. this should rotate between 5(?) jc quests, but it seems to be stuck on the blue gem one for over a week now. i will report this in game as a bug, but wanted to find out if anyone else is experiencing this? Also, now that the cata JC plans are not current, would blizz consider making another way to get these tokens? i try to do this quest whenever i can, but still need over 120 days or so to learn all plans.1
Shoulder Enchants stealth-nerfed?
I couldn't read anything about this in the hotfix notes. For instance, the jewelry gems from the gemfinder enchant ALWAYS rewarded at least 1 rare gem. Now, I only get a green one and the gem chips. Wow, nice nerf blizz, didn't even put it in the notes, why? It would be really extreme to get ONE rare gem out of 50 mob kills, eh? Why don't you just remove anything related to professions, since you nerf everything around them into the ground?1