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0:37 Alchemy Description
2:02 Gold Making Recipes
4:07 Rare Recipes
8:34 Transmute with Alchemy
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Hello everyone, Frost here. Welcome back to a new classic wow video. This is the third episode from the vanilla profession overview series. In our previous episodes we covered the gathering skills and then the armor and weapon crafting professions. Now we had to cover the last 3 primary professions, unfortunately there was just to much information to go over and instead of making a 40 minute long video we split the third episode into 3 parts. Today we’re looking into Alchemy. Without further a due, let’s explore.
Alchemists use herbs to create strange, magical brews that heal, empower, and produce a variety of positive effects – invisibility, elemental resistance, mana restoration, and much, much more. They can also transmute mystic materials into rare and exotic new forms. With their power to create valuable consumables, Alchemists are highly useful to groups and raids. By creating rare materials, Alchemists can make a great deal of money, enable the creation of powerful weapons and armor, and even influence the economy of Azeroth!
-Early game brews like Free Action potion, Arcane elixir, Frost oil and Swiftness potions can make you a decent amount of cash.
-Health and mana potions will be the most consistent niche market for the whole iterration of vanilla with prices for Major mana potions skyrocketing when new content is released.
-Elixir of Shadow power has a very good market value as this will used by warlocks and shadow priests, also you need 10 of them for Dreadsteed warlock epic mount quest.
-Elixir of brute force – This recipe is quite a pain to get. The only place that you can get it is from turning in bloodpetal sprouts in un’goro crater. For every 15 sprouts you turn in you get a brown wrapped package and there is a very slim chance that you will get this recipe.
-Restorative potions – Another good sell on the market, people will buy it when progressing into molten core and even after progession because guilds tend to do speed runs and they dont want to sacrifice mana for decursing.
Overall alchemy is a great profession to have, pair it with herbalism to get most of it. It can help you create potions and buffs to aid you on your leveling journey, making your life smoother. It has a high compatibility with fishing, allowing you to make a variety of fine oils that can be further used on creating powerful brews, thus opening more doors into gold making. Alchemy is considered the best profession in terms of getting rich, altough some people would disagree because sometimes the potions and elixirs will sell on the auction house cheaper than the herbs it requires to make them. In my opinion alchemy is still the best best money maker but just like other professions, you’ll have to do the recipe grind because selling the same basic recipes like everyone else won’t make you any money. Also alchemy requires to have some sort of knowledge in economy or at least being a bit smart and know basic mathematics. Like we said in our previous episode with the armor crafting professions, choose this skill if you have the time and dedication to commit otherwise picking gathering skills might be a better choice for casual game-play.
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