Thursday, October 8, 2009

Interruption!!

ATTENTION!

WE ARE INTERRUPTING THIS LONG PERIOD OF NON-POSTING WITH THIS IMPORTANT QUESTION!

Galran an Orc Warrior has never decided what professions to select and has recently been pondering a question. I do not know the answer to this question and so I bring it here to the blogging community for an answer.

With the professions in Wrath, they added the profession only "buffs of sockets, embroided items, and furs correct? (That is not the question.) Galran is wanting to know if he took blacksmithing for the extra sockets and leatherworking for the nice comfy fur lining, would he be able to utilize both of these items on bracers?

I have not been able to find an answer and my comrades have no consensus either. Please respond with a yay or nay.

WE NOW RETURN YOU TO THIS LONG PERIOD OF NON-POSTING.

2 comments:

Nymeros said...

Yes you can. As the added wrist socket does not use your enchant slot on the item(as tanks can use the socket and the +40 stam enchant), you can use both the Fur Lining and the socketed bracer on your gear.

Fish said...

I would go with alchemy and blacksmithing. The armorcrafting only chest is sexy, as are the 2 free sockets. The fur lining is good if you want to stack stam, but for a warrior leveling, a never-ending healing potion is nice, as are the alchemist only trinkets.