Why is this so much more useful than the Leatherworking item?
Since it requires a Mystical Cauldron, I guess the effective skill requirement for this questline is 150.
An alchemist named Elric, huh? Never change, Blizzard.
Looks very good, interesting combination of flavor bonuses with actually useful ones for both fighting and crafting :)
Because blizzard wants us to stop using the armor professions apparently. Alchemists get free flasks, longer flasks, free health pots, interesting utility, more valuable everything. This item gives even more value to what alchemists can make. Leatherworkers get underwater diving suits that don't even stack with druids (1/4 leather classes), and a reusable but only personal, on a 1 hour cooldown, ghetto lust that we could already create $%^& loads of using mats from Legion which still haven't been nerfed. Thanks guys.
This is the first interesting thing to happen to alchemy since TBC's specialization system...
What a fantastic item, so fantastic it's almost too good to be true. I can't help but wonder if it won't see the business end of the dreaded Nerf bat before it goes live especially when you compare its usefulness against some of these other lackluster profession items. I'll take it either way though as my raiding main is a blacksmith and an alchemist, plus having the chance of a teleportation item is long overdue for this expansion.
I cant see the appeal of this... the extra proc chance thing is nice but I guess that will be a rare proc within itself and only last 10min...
Enough with professions leading into dungeons already...
More procs to sell at or below cost price.../pass
My engineering / alchemist shaman will LOVE more ports! :D
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