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Hi guys, I've recently started a new character who's a draenei priest, after finally getting around to buying burning crusade. (I know, I'm far behind :( ) Just got her to level 10 now, what do you think is the best profession for her to take? (I already have a tailor/enchanter and a alchemist/herbalist) Looking for an opinion off anyone willing to give :) —This unsigned comment is by Jilliccy (talk • contribs) 17:18, May 30, 2011. Please sign your posts with ~~~~!
- Since you picked a race, miner/jewelcrafter might be a good choice. You can make gems and jewelry (necklaces and rings mostly) for your other characters. Also low-level mining is a good way to make $, since alot of people leveling alts are too lazy to mine low-level ores. Your jewelcrafter can also ores for gems, which can be very lucrative as well. -- (talk · contr) 31 May 2011 9:08 AM Pacific
- Being a priest, I wouldn't look at race, I would look at class. Tailoring can offer some nice gear for yourself as you level up, especially at top level when you can make yourself epics. Also, use enchanting with it. You can level enchanting by disenchanting the extra tailoring gear you make, plus enchant your own gear. As an added bonus, enchanters can enchant pieces of their own gear that others cannot. Rakalyn (talk) 14:20, June 11, 2011 (UTC)
Look, if you plan to make a lot of gold on the auction house, than grab jewelcrafting - you can make a fortune by buying cheap raw gems on the AH, than cutting them and than posting them on the AH for nice profit. Than I would chose enchanting, because you can enchant these Enchanting Vellums and post them on the AH too (by the way you can make materials for enchanting by yourself and no need for a secondary profession for that). Have fun and make some gold man! Miketherenas (talk)