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Engineering

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Hello guys!

I've heard that Engineering is going to get the tinker ( gloves ) nerfed!

Is that right?

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It got 'fixed' a while ago (3 weeks'ish). Was initially +2940 to a stat for 10 seconds - 1 minute cooldown, which made it significantly better than any other profession. It's now +1920 primary, putting it back to the +320 (static) primary stat like most profession bonuses. I think Leatherworking is still +330.

Unless something else has come up more recently?

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so, we could say that engineering coulb de use as a profission for pve ?

or should be replaced ?

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These tinkers do they share cd with trinket procs & can u have a blacksmith slot

along with these tinkers

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Engineering is great for pve, it gives its stat boost in a concentrated burst, which means you can line it up with cooldowns, or have it ready for burst phases.

It averages out to the same as most production professions.

It can't be used with on-use Trinkets, they trigger a universal cool-down so you can't stack 'em. But you can pop them right after the Synapse Springs wear off.

The Tinker works with the Blacksmithing sockets and stacks with other Glove enchants.

Plus you get a iLevel 476 Helmet, and a iLevel 450 Trinket, which should be good for pre-raid gearing.

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