My raid and I did the first 4 bosses on Tuesday (9/4/2018) and only received 1 per boss.
This post was from a user who has deleted their account.
so what am i supposed to do with this if im alchemist ? expulsom is useless, hydrocore is useless ( who uses cauldrons, very few guilds ) and sanguicell is useless too. good design blizzard
Wish they stopped using BoP items for crafting.
Its a damn shame you cant upgrade the enginer helmet as the azerithe traits coming with it are really fun
Hopefully the 370+ items are cheap on the AH! Will have to try to farm some gold since lag hits me like a truck with world bosses and raids.
Seems useless to me, I'm an Engineer.
Why give it to people who dont have any of those professions especially since i cant give it to them, should be BOA that way I can send it to one of the crafters
Horrible, let people do mythic to get mythic. No freebie system!
lol, so funny. 250 bosses need to kill for get 385 ilvl. Now with good luck people getting 390 titanforge. So stupid system...
What about us jewelcrafters? No special gems that only we can equip as a perk for having that profession? Or is this crafting reagent useless to us?
Just thought -- will that be the total amount dropped per boss, per run... or per player?Heroic boss drops 10; 10 players in the Group = one each... the ultimate Troll by Blizzard.
what are alchemists and scribes supposed to do with these? I'm going to have to reroll to a leathworker to make any use of this, can't even trade it or sell it, or mail to an alt. Even then I'll need the recipe for the actual item. This is so badly thought out.
People complaining about non-crafters getting Sanguicell seem to forget that Blizzard has in the past done the same thing pretty much every expansion going back to TBC and the primal nether. If needed, they added a vendor later on so people could turn those items into something else. Or they just got a vendor value. And/or the BoP status of them got removed.Not sure what to think on LFR getting the short end of the stick with Sanguicell. Suppose it could be worse and LFR could not have it drop at all. On top of that, Blizzard could have made it so you needed to loot an item in the raids to learn the next level that doesn't drop on LFR. So I guess having Sanguicell drop even 1 per wing per week is throwing LFR players a bone, but by the time any LFR player can craft anything decent, the next tier's out and what you just crafted will now be replaced. But then again, the next raid will likely see 370 loot for LFR so craftable 385 would still have a market with LFR players and possible normal raiders who have bad luck with drops..
All they need to do is to make the crafted gear BOE. It will fix all the nonsense that comes with things like, "by the time you get enough mats, chances are you will end up with a drop anyway." Not to mention if the stats are worst for your spec, then it's not really huge upgrade to begin with.For those with professions without any recipe for Sanguicell, just hold onto those for now. You never know who's turn it will be in few weeks to make decisions at Blizzard's HQ^ and you might end up getting something.^ By looking at all the messy decisions with recent news, it looks like people in charge there are taking turns every week or two.