Inscription was once a new profession for Wrath of the Lich King. Later on, Blizzard decided to move the profession from WotLK to patch 3.0.2 (the earliest live patch in the 3.X.Y series). For Inscription you must at least have a TBC account. Hans Kamp (talk) 12:30, 6 November 2008 (UTC)
- Probably safer and less confusing to just leave out the icons in this case (/).
- 12:28 AM, 25 Jul 2009 (EDT)
- And then it was changed back again to . It is a TBC profession. See also http://forums.wow-europe.com/thread.html?sid=1&topicId=5567877159&ST=EU-2157237-fwuwrMZxDGbu5tvsVMaV6w9Miydj0xgOtHV
- Hans Kamp (talk) 08:18, November 23, 2009 (UTC)
- Inscription is a feature of Wrath. It was introduced in the Wrath setup patch. If you seriously believe that inscription is not a WotLK feature then Draenei, Blood Elves, Horde Paladins, Alliance Shamans, and Jewelcrafting are all vanilla features because they were introduced and implemented with the 2.0.whatever patch.
- Jows (talk) 09:59, November 27, 2009 (UTC)
- The difference is that you need the Burning Crusade expansion to access all of those. You do not need to have Wrath of the Lich King to learn Inscription.
- -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 10:22, November 27, 2009 (UTC)
- And that is exactly my point. You need WotLK for the rest of the features, mentioned by Jows. Inscription was meant to be a part of WotLK, but it was moved out of it, and made available in World of Warcraft 3.0. The upcoming changes in the zones are visible in the Cataclysm trailer but will be a part of 4.0, a similar point. Goblins, Worgen and level 78-85 areas (not Storm Peaks and Icecrown though) requires Cataclysm.
- Hans Kamp (talk) 10:29, November 27, 2009 (UTC)
- Only few zones will be added (and marked as Cata-needed) in the Vanilla content. Barrens will not switch to Cata, but Twilight Lands will.
- Loremaster A'noob, Arch Druid of the Noobhoof Clan (talk/contribz) 17:11, December 13, 2009 (UTC)