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Quick Tip III – Switching alchemy mastery


“WARNING! You can only select one alchemy specialization.”

Motivational imageWhen you first get the alchemy mastery quest, the giver warns you that there will be no turning back.
But, if you’re stuck with pot mastery (and not that nice rl one) and you want to make some gold from your profession, maybe even get a nice epic flayer, you will have to make the switch.




How do you switch alchemy mastery?

Simple, yet costly. Just go to the alchemy master who gave you the initial quest, and ask him nicely. For a bribe of 150G he will be kind enough to remove your current mastery. Then, you can just fly to the location of your desired mastery and learn it. No need to do a quest again. With 2 xmute procs – you will cover the cost and even have some left to buy those Fireworks you always wanted.

Note: please remember, and take under consideration, that Master of Elixirs is very useful for raids and guilds.

The masters can be found at:
Elixir Mastery : Shattner City (Terokkar Forest)
Transmute Mastery : Stormspire (Netherstorm)
Potion Mastery : Cenarion Refuge (Zangermarsh)

Alchemy quests (for more info)



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Quick Tip II – Make more of your Ogri’la dailies

Maiden If your an alchemist and your doing the Ogrila daily quets – when you banish deamons – do it on the Abyssal Flamebringer on the south side, at Forge Camp: Terror.

The reason is that those dudes drop the recipe for Major Holy Protection Potion. A recipe that will come handy on the maiden (if your just starting kara) or on the AH.
Doing your daily quest on then can save the headache of a mindless grinding to get this recipe.

As with any major prot recip, using it a couple of times should teach you to make the Cauldron of that prot pot, which is always nice to have.

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Getting your NELF big bad cat mount.

NELF big bad cat mountIf your a human, gnome or dwarf, chances are that you haven’t done the Darkshore Ashenvale quests.
Go back and do them all. Being level 70 and doing the level 10-30 quests there is not that hard, and you WILL get Darnassus rep points for the quests.
In a day you can easily grind 10k-20k rep.

This tip is for my fellow too bored 70’s who already have the flying dragon and ray and want a cool mount for the old land as well.

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