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  1. #26
    I can run my warden through 3-4 instances and make way more money than my cook or scholar could make in a week. Crafting is about helping folks. I've never used it as a money making source. Do what you want but I can make 10-20g a night running instances...dare ya to do that with a 6-day cooldown jeweller recipe.
    100 Warden / RK / LM / Captain / Guardian / Hunter / Burg / Champ / Minstrel

  2. #27
    Join Date
    May 2009
    I still make lots of easy money selling black dye. No complaints. Keep my alts and friends stacked with potions and scrolls. And mats are all over wildermore.

    What scholars need, though, is a reduction in the stupid time it takes to "read" a node. At max level, it's like a second to harvest ore. Still a good--what, 8 seconds?--for each scholar node. That's the only place I feel scholars get the short end of the stick.
    I7-6700k, Gigabyte Gaming 5 motherboard, MSI GamingX GTX 1070, Samsung 850 EVO SSD (500 GB), 3200 DD4 16 GB Ram, 1920x1200 28 inch monitor, Win 10

  3. #28
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
    Sorry, I still use scholar made craft items far more often than any other crafting class other than cook (and I have them all). Almost all other classes make non-consumables, so I use 'em once and put 'em away until the next tier comes out.
    Milarien Cardhra of Lorien (Minstrel), Mileirien (Warden), Milirien (Minstrel), Ariestir (Rune-keeper) etc
    (Minstrel: The Tootsie Roll Pop of Middle Earth!) + other accounts
    Ring Guard of Rivendell (Gladden, formerly of Elendilmir), founded in beta


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