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The Professions overhaul in Dragonflight introduced multiple secondary crafting and gathering stats, but what exactly do they mean and why are they relevant? Find out more about deftness, inspiration, multicraft, resourcefulness, finesse, and more, in our latest post.
Secondary Crafting Stats
The stat increases your crafting speed by x%. Ideal for those who create tons of items to sell them in the Auction House. Inspiration
You craft items at various quality in Dragonflight and Inspiration increases your chance to become inspired and craft an item at a higher quality than your current crafting skill would allow. For those with maxed out crafting skill, the crafted item will have better stats. Multicraft
Increases your chance to craft additional items by a percentage. When you craft an item, you will have an x% chance to create an additional copy of that item. This only works for stackable items. Resourcefulness
Decreases material costs of an item by a percentage. Every item has fixed crafting requirements and Resourcefulness will decrease the amount of reagents by x%. Secondary Gathering Stats
Gathering stats will only affect Herbalism, Mining, and Skinning.
Increases gathering speed by x%, which means you will mine/collect herbs/skin faster. Finesse
Gives you a x% chance to find additional herbs/ore/leather. Perception
Increases your chance to find rare herbs/ores/leather by a x%.
Here's a valuable tip for all Transmog collectors! Don't forget to change the vendor filter from your class to "All" to see weapons hidden from your character.
By default, the gear vendors filter shows you only gear for your class. However, some weapons remain hidden even when your class can equip them. Therefore, it's important to change the filter options to "All."
One item example is Galerider Shank dagger from the pre-patch event gear vendors, which is hidden from cloth casters by default because it has Agility. However, cloth casters can equip daggers and thus collect the appearance.
Another example is the Stormbender Saber Intellect sword which cannot be seen by Death Knights, Hunters, Rogues, and Warriors, but changing the vendor filter to "All" lets them buy it.
The tip has been brought up by Reddit user acctg.
The quest for the Hand of Nilganihmaht mount is now available on live servers!
Nilganihmaht Control Ring (Golden Hand Mount)
"Of all the giants who dared defy the Jailer, Nilganihmaht was the most arrogant. For this transgression, the giant's severed hand was hidden within a veil of torments, and the rings that could summon it back were scattered across the Maw."
Putting A Plan Together will be up until the Necrolord Assault ends, which is 3 days and 5 hours as of writing this post in the US region.
Check out our Hand of Nilganihmaht guide for more details on how to get the mount!
Preach has uploaded a video of his trip to Blizzard HQ in Irvine, California. The video contains interviews with General Manager John Hight, Executive Producer Holly Longdale and Game Director Ion Hazzikostas.
It is important to point out that Mike paid for the trip himself and it was not sponsored by Blizzard.
Preach is hopeful of Dragonflight and the "new Blizzard". Blizzard made many executive changes in the leadership for the better. Blizzard is focusing on fluid player feedback. They want to come up with new things for the game. They are referring to the current era as "Era 3". They discussed where World of Warcraft will be in 10 years from now. The team wants to focus on evergreen content that will be relevant beyond expansions. The video is 1 hour and 12 minutes long; you can watch it below.
Rextroy returns with a Paladin one-shot that eliminates opponents with a single button press.
This combo is quite tricky to figure out, but it works amazingly when it does! It is built around Recompense, a paladin talent that stores 50% of the damage that sacrifice redirected to you. Your next Judgment or Word of Glory then uses it up.
It is capped at 30% of your maximum health, however before a hotfix during early November, this snapshotted, meaning that if you were able to have A LOT of health and stack up Recompense temporarily, it would stay at a high number once your health went back down again!
So with this knowledge, we used one of the most powerful health increases in the game, the Tidal Surge buff from Throne of the Tides!
This made our health go upwards of 700k, which would cap Recompense at 210k damage on your next Judgment... in case we were able to redirect 420k damage from sacrifice...
This might seem impossible in a low-level dungeon, but an old item that used to screw me over actually helped us for once! The Precious Bloodthorn Loop
This self-inflicted damage will scale with the 2000% damage boost from Neptulon, it also counts as redirected damage with sacrifice...
This combo is by far one of my favorites, since it all works out so well, and the result is hilarious.
Also, did you know... since recompense doesn't show up as a buff, it won't be cleared when entering an arena!? so Panic and I tried this out and managed to one-shot the enemy team within 0.5 seconds... quite hilarious
(Keep in mind, this was only attempted in arena during off-season, since there aren't any gains to be had, otherwise, we would try it in a Wargame)
You don't have to fear this happening to you, it already got fixed back in early November! Surprisingly I didn't even have time to report it before the fix, so Blizzard actually managed to figure this one out on their own, or it got reported by someone...
I hope you all enjoyed it! Thanks for watching, and stay tuned for more
Paladin One-Shot Combo Video