Hey gang! Happy Canada Day to you all. :)
As I continue writing my guide to being a kick-ass guild master (sneak peeks can be found over at Kurn.info!), I was wondering something…
What is the biggest mistake you’ve seen a guild’s leadership make?
If you are guild leadership, that also extends to what mistakes you’ve made.
(Note that if you comment, you may be quoted in one of my guide sections. You will receive full attribution and credit if so!)
My biggest mistake, as a guild leader, was not recruiting enough at the end of Burning Crusade and the start of Wrath of the Lich King. As such, the guild fell apart just about four months into Wrath.
As to the mistakes I’ve seen others make… Well, I don’t have all day. ;)
So chime in! I’d love to see what huge mistakes you’ve seen your guild leadership make or what mistakes you’ve made while helping to run a guild.
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to one of what will be many guides written by yours truly, Kurn. Today’s exciting topic, gems.
I’ve been a jewelcrafter on my paladin for almost a year, and to this day, it still astounds me how many people are missing the very basics of the jewelcrafting profession. This is not a guide about how to level up jewelcrafting (the three days I spent in Exodar, running from the AH to the JC trainer to get to 300, were not the most efficient or cheap days of my WoW career), but rather, to inform you about types of gems and cuts. Note that this guide will not be addressing any BOP gems and will only focus on green, rare and epic quality gems and cuts that are available from your friendly neighbourhood jewelcrafter. Further, it will really center on cuts for gems that are mined or come from prospected Fel Iron or Adamantite Ore or are epic-quality. (Pearls and meta gems will be addressed briefly.)
So, let’s get started.
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