‘Tis the sad affair of things when a perfectly good seamstress may lean back from her stitchery (having achieved a goodly reputation thereof (436/450)) and look upon them and find them to be displeasing. Further sadness is fomented upon the revelation that the distinct and superb benefits of ones stitchery are neither distinct.. nor superb and instead common and low and available to all. As such it is only right that one should look jealously upon one’s peers in the trade of Scribes and find that their benefits are indeed distinct and superb (to the tune of +37 spellpower).
Then one should think to oneself.. “do the distinct and superb benefits outweigh the cost of herbs and the hassle of leveling? And as such is it more worthwhile to pursue the craft of scribes than to continue to the logical end in tailoring?”
(One should take due care if reading “Bartleby the Scrivener” when preparing to write a blog post styling oneself as a scrivener.)
(I would love to be able to work an “I prefer not” into this.. but I am overcome with sadness at the mere thought of dieing destitute in prison)
Sokay So early american english aside, it turns out the shoulder enchants available to Scribes(and only to scribes) is +61 spell damage.. while the shoulder enchants available at exalted with Sons of Hodir are only +24 spellpower.
The leg enchants for tailors vs non-tailors is identical.
So I’m trying to figure out if I think Blizz will add more to Tailoring (thus making me regret dropping it) or if I should just drop it now and start Inscription.
I think I need a day or so of hemming and hawing.