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Here is an overview of new Profession items coming in Patch 8.3.

  • There are no new gathering materials in Visions of N'Zoth, so you can stock up on mats now and craft the new items when the patch goes live.
  • Crafting professions with the exception of Engineering can create new item level 440/455/470 BoP gear and item level 400 BoE gear.
  • All professions have access to Void Focus Void Focus used to craft powerful items.

Alchemy

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Alchemy Recipes]

Blacksmithing

Smiths can craft new item level 400 BoE gear in Patch 8.3 and item level 440/455/470 BoP gear.

Item Level 400 BoE Gear

Examples include Uncanny Combatant's Spellblade Uncanny Combatant's SpellbladeUncanny Combatant's Plate Gauntlets Uncanny Combatant's Plate GauntletsUncanny Combatant's Plate Armguards Uncanny Combatant's Plate Armguards.

Item Level 440 Belt & Pants

Item Level 455 Belt & Pants

Item Level 470 Belt & Pants

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Blacksmithing Recipes]

Cooking

New food provides various perks while in a Vision of N'Zoth.

  • Baked Voidfin Baked Voidfin increases Movement Speed by 20% while in a Vision of N'Zoth.
  • Dubious Delight Dubious Delight reduces the duration of incoming crowd control effects by 20% while in a Vision of N'Zoth.
  • Ghastly Goulash Ghastly Goulash regenerates 2% of your maximum Health per second while in a Vision of N'Zoth.
  • Grilled Gnasher Grilled Gnasher makes you assume the form of a K'thir, reducing the range that enemies will attack you while in a Vision of N'Zoth for 10 min.
  • K'Bab K'Bab instantly restores 100 Sanity if you spend at last 10 seconds eating.

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Cooking Recipes]

Enchanting

Enchanters will be able to create a BoE item level 400 wand in Visions of N'Zoth. No new recipes beyond that have been added.

Item Level 400 BoE Gear

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Enchanting Recipes]

Engineering

Engineers can create new item level 445/460/475 for themselves and a BoE gun.

Item Level 400 BoE Gear

Item Level 445 Gear

Item Level 460 Gear

Item Level 475 Gear

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Engineering Recipes]

Inscription

Scribes can create contracts for the new factions, a BoE off-hand, and a Vantus Rune for the new raid.

Contracts

Item Level 400 BoE Gear

Vantus Runes

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Inscription Recipes]

Jewelcrafting

440/455/470 item level rings with sockets can be created through Jewelcrafting in Patch 8.3 along with a BoE staff.

Item Level 400 BoE Gear

BoP Rings

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Jewelcrafting Recipes]

Leatherworking

New Leatherworking recipes come with BoP item level 440/455/470 gear and BoE gear which can be sold on the Auction House.

Item Level 400 BoE Gear

Examples include Uncanny Combatant's Leather Armguards Uncanny Combatant's Leather ArmguardsUncanny Combatant's Leather Treads Uncanny Combatant's Leather TreadsUncanny Combatant's Mail Armguards Uncanny Combatant's Mail Armguards.

Item Level 440 Gear

Leather

Mail

Item Level 455 Gear

Leather

Mail

Item Level 470 Gear

 

Leather

Mail

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Leatherworking Recipes]

Tailoring

Finally, tailors can create 440/455/470 gear as well as item level 400 Cloth BoE items. 

Item Level 400 BoE Gear

Examples include Uncanny Combatant's Satin Mittens Uncanny Combatant's Satin MittensUncanny Combatant's Satin Cloak Uncanny Combatant's Satin CloakUncanny Combatant's Satin Boots Uncanny Combatant's Satin Boots.

 

Item Level 440 Gear

Item Level 455 Gear

Item Level 470 Gear

[Full List of Patch 8.3 Tailoring Recipes]

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The whole 8.3 seems to be a huge recycle bag. Its early to judge but i can't help it , it looks realy cheap. Remastered old zone , no recipe , almost no gathering mats. It will bring some interesing feature such as auction house revamp and corruption system , but those are side thing , im realy scared that the main content will disapointed and last for 2 months max,  we will see.

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A real shame they didn't boost the BoE gear to 415... 400 will be pretty much useless outside of the weapons at a push, and even then that's the same as WQ's will be

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Wow, yeah BoE craftables being ilevel 400 while the _raid finder_ requires 415?

Dear lord they want people to buy gold.

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In my opinion, I think it is time for Blizzard to give professions the "Inscription treatment" and just make every profession just aimed at vanity stuff. For example:

  • Give Blacksmith/Leatherworking/Tailoring the ability to craft old Tier Set equivalents/recolors for people who want to collect transmogs. The gear would have no stats, just act as a cosmetic ensemble.
  • Give Engineering the ability to craft various different types of unique Toys with craziest effects.
  • Give Enchanting the ability to create weapon and gear cosmetic effects, such as different glows and sparks to be applied on stuff, even armor.

Not only doing that would give players a reason to actually care about professions, but would give that OOMPH in the game economy as players would have something meaningful to spend gold on. Blizzard loves adding "gold sinker" mounts that cost exorbitant amounts, so why not make so players can craft their own cosmetic items?

Also, by doing that Blizzard would remove that annoying necessity that we've always had when switching gear to go through miles to re-enchant/gem every single piece, which is frankly very annoying an obnoxious.

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3 hours ago, Valhalen said:

In my opinion, I think it is time for Blizzard to give professions the "Inscription treatment" and just make every profession just aimed at vanity stuff. For example:

  • Give Blacksmith/Leatherworking/Tailoring the ability to craft old Tier Set equivalents/recolors for people who want to collect transmogs. The gear would have no stats, just act as a cosmetic ensemble.
  • Give Engineering the ability to craft various different types of unique Toys with craziest effects.
  • Give Enchanting the ability to create weapon and gear cosmetic effects, such as different glows and sparks to be applied on stuff, even armor.

Not only doing that would give players a reason to actually care about professions, but would give that OOMPH in the game economy as players would have something meaningful to spend gold on. Blizzard loves adding "gold sinker" mounts that cost exorbitant amounts, so why not make so players can craft their own cosmetic items?

Also, by doing that Blizzard would remove that annoying necessity that we've always had when switching gear to go through miles to re-enchant/gem every single piece, which is frankly very annoying an obnoxious.

Not sure what you mean by inscription treatment, it's been one of my best gold makers this patch with the trinkets. For your points though:

  • Would be cool to get the full sets, but they do already have some parts of the old sets, and keeping them in the raid is a good way to get gold into the game and keeps people running the old raids for achievements, pets, etc
  • They do have this already tbf, though more the merrier. But again, engi helm is a good way to ilvl boost if nothing else
  • You mean like illusions that they have for weapons and can already make?

Easier thing to do, boost the ilvl of BoE profession gear to be in line with the base mythic (so 415 for 8.3) and we're golden, keep it somewhat relevant. As it is, 8.2 gear is a load of shite, especially with Benthic, and 8.3 is just as bad (if not worse) with the new BoA tokens (worse as new tokens inc rings/trinkets). 

Also for last point, no idea what you mean, not having to buy gems/enchants would ruin JC (further, it's already shocking), and Enchanting...

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14 hours ago, Bobbis said:

Not sure what you mean by inscription treatment, it's been one of my best gold makers this patch with the trinkets. For your points though:

  • Would be cool to get the full sets, but they do already have some parts of the old sets, and keeping them in the raid is a good way to get gold into the game and keeps people running the old raids for achievements, pets, etc
  • They do have this already tbf, though more the merrier. But again, engi helm is a good way to ilvl boost if nothing else
  • You mean like illusions that they have for weapons and can already make?

Easier thing to do, boost the ilvl of BoE profession gear to be in line with the base mythic (so 415 for 8.3) and we're golden, keep it somewhat relevant. As it is, 8.2 gear is a load of shite, especially with Benthic, and 8.3 is just as bad (if not worse) with the new BoA tokens (worse as new tokens inc rings/trinkets). 

Also for last point, no idea what you mean, not having to buy gems/enchants would ruin JC (further, it's already shocking), and Enchanting...

When I say "Inscription Treatment" I mean when they got rid of the Glyph system that improved spells, and made so that Glyphs are purely cosmetical items that change a spell appearance.

  • They could just be recolors of existing sets. That would add more variety in gear customization without making transmog raiding useless.
  • Precisely, the more the merrier.
  • Yes, regarding Enchanting I meant Illusions. Particles are not hard to create, and would be very easy to implement a bunch of craftable Illusions with funky new effects.

Yes, I know it is a massive overhaul, but the current profession system is not fun (it has never been fun, in my opinion). Jewelcrafting could just be reduced to something else; maybe a mix of Toy-crafting / Mount-crafting, as Jewelcrafting has plenty of mounts at its library.

Just throwing out ideas. Professions being aimed at cosmetics would not only make them more fun, but possibly more relevant and everlasting. Gear is temporary, mounts and transmogs are forever.

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So right now if i would want with blacksmithing to make the  440 belt and pants i need the crafting station in nazjatar with  done quest from eternal palace right? will i need those for 470 pieces or no? i cant find a proper answer anywhere   and im pretty scared of it

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On 1/10/2020 at 8:15 PM, Miscool said:

So right now if i would want with blacksmithing to make the  440 belt and pants i need the crafting station in nazjatar with  done quest from eternal palace right? will i need those for 470 pieces or no? i cant find a proper answer anywhere   and im pretty scared of it

You won't, there's a new pattern and item coming but the system will be similar to how it worked in 8.2. Difference being more ways to get the upgrade item for the forge, seen World Boss, HK's and BG's will give them too

 

On 1/10/2020 at 12:53 PM, Valhalen said:

When I say "Inscription Treatment" I mean when they got rid of the Glyph system that improved spells, and made so that Glyphs are purely cosmetical items that change a spell appearance.

  • They could just be recolors of existing sets. That would add more variety in gear customization without making transmog raiding useless.
  • Precisely, the more the merrier.
  • Yes, regarding Enchanting I meant Illusions. Particles are not hard to create, and would be very easy to implement a bunch of craftable Illusions with funky new effects.

Yes, I know it is a massive overhaul, but the current profession system is not fun (it has never been fun, in my opinion). Jewelcrafting could just be reduced to something else; maybe a mix of Toy-crafting / Mount-crafting, as Jewelcrafting has plenty of mounts at its library.

Just throwing out ideas. Professions being aimed at cosmetics would not only make them more fun, but possibly more relevant and everlasting. Gear is temporary, mounts and transmogs are forever.

Ah that makes sense, thanks for clearing.

What if they did both in one go, make the pvp "catch up" gear they can craft, designed around tmog, but be actually useful as catch up gear too. Boom, two birds one stone. 

They all need a lot of work, and I just can't see them doing it unfortunately. They seem to be pulling stuff out of expansions rather than add to them looking at SL.

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