really liking the strength recipies o.o
Wow those are some strong food buffs.
I really like this change.
Wait a second... so I can have only a specialization, and they made them stre/sta/int/agi/booze? So... as a warrior I have to choose one spec and level an alter or ask/buy food for the offspec? Ain't good.
You're not limited to one specialization--if you want to collect everything on one toon, you can learn multiple ones. This change was just to make cooking a bit more fun and help people that only wanted to learn useful buff foods :)
Sungshi Ironpaw's easy leveling recipes seem to be implemented specifically for the beta in order to increase the amount of players utilizing the added content. I could be wrong, but it just seems... odd, were it to appear on live. I have somewhat mixed feelings about cooking specializing. On one hand it seems really interesting, and I know i'm going to enjoy learning each specialization, but on the other hand it doesn't really appear to be 'adding' much... it's just taking the foods we would've learned all at once while leveling, and put them into groups based on stat bonuses... so they're not really streamlining the process or adding anything as much as just increasing the amount of work required for those of us who'd want more recipes than what would benefit our class. Then again, I think i'd prefer this to having 3-4 pages of recipes I have to buy using "Pandaren cooking tokens" rewarded from daily quests.
Why bother wearing a chef's hat when your body is covered entirely in fur? I wouldn't...
sweet i always wanted to be an iron chef
this is wonderful. I especially like how more organized the lists will be.
Way of the pot= Intellect?I foresee shenanigans.
Mogu Fish StewRequires Level 90Item Level 90Use: Restores 300000 health and 300000 mana over 10 sec. Must remain seated while eating. If you spend at least 10 seconds eating you will become well fed and gain 300 300,000 health in 10 seconds, that is so insane. :D
Is Chef's Award just a placeholder or can we start stockpiling?
Two things: 1) I'm just waiting for them to announce all the new achievements with these specializations. B) In the past you used to be able to specialize in your other professions, but it never really worked for some (like Tribal Leatherworking). It lasted like an expansion. I do say this is a cleaver way to bring specializations back. No longer do you need to worry about only picking one -- now you can level multiple specializations to max level.Oh, and a quick response: