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Szemere
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#1 - 2012/03/29 11:39:00 AM
Well, I had some questions about cooking (and I just needed a place for Wryxian to post):

-Is there going to be two tiers of food, like the +60 and +90 in Cataclysm?
-Are we going to have to fish for 100 hours in a row to unlock the next fish feast in Mists of Pandaria? This was something that bothered me in Cataclysm :)

Thanks, szemere

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#4 - 2012/03/29 11:47:00 AM
Oooh, a cooking thread! Quelle surprise! *mock gasp*

I actually don't have the answers for you on that. However, in place of them I do have some more information that might be of interest.

So you might have heard for Cooking in Mists of Pandaria we will have specializations. At the moment we're looking at around 5 branches of cooking, for example: broiling, steaming...etc.

Each of these specializations will focus on a particular stat. So let's say the Steaming specialization allows you to create Agility food. A rogue would find that very interesting, and would probably want to max that one out first. At which point, said rogue would be able to create Agility buff feasts for groups. Cool, huh?

But worry not, once you max out in one specialization, you can then work on the other specializations. :)

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#6 - 2012/03/29 11:53:00 AM
Let's see what awaits us beyond the mists... :) (i.e. I don't know at the moment!)

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#8 - 2012/03/29 11:55:00 AM
Maybe, maybe... ;)

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#19 - 2012/03/29 05:34:00 PM
29/03/2012 17:15Posted by Lienori
If you can train all of the specialisations, doesn't that rather defeat the whole point of specialisation?

29/03/2012 17:18Posted by Goldii
Maybe theyre gonna make it take ages to fully train all of them.

Well, maybe not ages. But it does mean that until enough time passes for you to train all specializations, you need to—er—specialize. Actually it's the way for other crafting professions too. For example, my jewelcrafter specialized in spell related stat recipes first, since of all my multitude of alts, I prefer my casters. :) Eventually, of course, she learned many more recipes and of course so did other crafters, so the market changed.