I'm a tad curious about something.
"Restores 24,665 health and 12,330 mana over 20 sec. . ."
"Restores 34,380 health and 17,192 mana over 20 sec. . ."
I know the icons shows different numbers, making the BfA food item giving more health and mana. However, I got those numbers looking in my bag at the actual food items. At the present the character I'm looking at is level 114. So, you'd think as my health scaled up, the food items would give scaled up health and mana, right?
So, what's got me curious, of the items in my bags, the Legion food item gives over 10,000 more health and almost 5,000 more mana and is usable at level 101. While the BfA food item is that much less (obviously) and is usable at level 110. Um, does that look slightly backwards to anyone besides me? The lower your health needs the more the food gives you while you eat? Or, as I no longer have a level 101 character, did our health drop that much since BfA launched? I didn't notice it dropping at all. But, I wasn't really looking either.
What's even more curious to me is why these icons show drastically different values than what's actually presented by the items in our bags.
Then, my next question is, are ALL the icons in wowhead just as wrong? I suppose it doesn't really matter what the icons say, they give us a rough idea of what the items do so. . .
Food for thought.
Edit: Whoa, I just looked at the BfA item again and noticed, the Item level at the top, under the name Mon'Dazi lists 115, where the required level at the bottom lists 110. This item doesn't scale, but rather becomes useless after level 115? And by useless I mean much like Legion character using Draenor food to rebuild their health and mana. Not totally useless, but instead of eating once, you'd need to eat two or three times useless.
This food is useful for lazily powerleveling through most of BfA cooking. It doesn't turn grey and stop giving skill-ups until 110/150 (at least at Rank 2, which you will surely get by spam-crafting it). All of the materials can be purchased from the same vendor,
, at the Terrace of Crafters in Dazar'alor. You'll end up with a somewhat insane amount this food, but you may as well toss it in a guild bank tab because
is a reagent used to cook
Bountiful Captain's Feast
Hanul Swiftgale no longer sells Aromatic Fish Oil as of a hotfix on 8/17/18.
Damn, they look good!
can all be purchased from
has to be "opened" by clicking on fish that you have caught.
Edit: Updated coordinates from jenwolf's comment below. Guess I had a copy/paste error. Thanks for catching that!
This dish is likely a reference to a fried pastry common as a breakfast food on the east coast of Africa,
. You need to craft the recipe 4 times. Go to npc
/way Dazar'alor:Zuldazar 44.15 32.27
Below is your shopping list:
** Note that he sells
in stacks of 10. If you want to buy 16, you will need a macro or an addon. Below string for paste:
After that you should run to the closest water and fish up 8x any BFA fish. You do not need Zandalari Fishing. Right click them to get
and make them.
Fly to Scaletrader Post in Zuldazar, then meet
at cords below:
/way Dazar'alor:Zuldazar 71.50 30.25
By junk218 (2,273 – 3·21) 14 days ago (Patch 7.3.5)
In Zul'dazar, there is Ka'ro the Chopper <Cook>, at the inn Spirits be with you. Third terrace upwards from the harbor, in the Grand Bazaar. He carries Wild Berries, Foosaka, Wild Flour, Fresh Potato, Choral Honey and Powdered Sugar, all the basics you need to begin your BfA Cooking. The cooking trainer is on the terrace under him and is called Howcha.
Copied from Zlatnoto on the Ka'ro page.
Last edited by junk218 14 days ago (Patch 7.3.5)
- 0.62% Versatility
Level 110 - 2.55% Versatility
Versatility food in BfA:
93 Versatility -
70 Versatility -
53 Versatility -
在20 sec内恢复9615点生命值和5769点法力值。进食时必须保持坐姿。如果你花费至少10秒来进食，你将获得进食充分效果，全能提高12，持续1 hour。
Battle for Azeroth 1-175 Cooking Profession Guide - Patch 8.3
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