Wednesday, March 2, 2011

4 Glyphs You May Not Know

Glyph Changes Are Annoying

One of the annoying things about Inscription is the constant changing of our available glyphs.  Remember back when 9 New Glyphs Were Added In Patch 4.01?  They were learned from 3 completely different sources.

Sometimes glyphs are added to the game and have their own new source.  Other times old glyphs are changed into new ones or names are changed.  One patch you may be able to learn new glyphs from your trainer, Inscription research, or by reading a Book of Glyph Mastery from Northrend.  Blizzard has even added Techniques, or Recipes for Scribes, to vendors within the game.  It can get confusing, especially if you haven't logged your Scribe in a while. 

So always try to hang onto some Books of Glyph Mastery, as these are great investments for selling as new glyphs are released.  Hanging onto a few could also save your own Scribe some gold.  I recently have seen these for 300 - 500 gold each on the Eitrigg-US Auction House.

4 Glyphs You May Not Have

  • Glyph of Vanish is learned from a Book of Glyph Mastery.  This one is selling for 170-300 gold currently.  Many Scribes are confused about where to learn it because you swear you already knew it.  This is one that you must buy yet another Book of Glyph Mastery to re-learn.  Even if you knew all the recipes before, you must buy another book for Glyph of Vanish even though you may think you previously knew it.
  • Glyph of Mage Armor is taught by the Inscription trainer.  The ability to make this glyph disappeared completely.  The ones that had been pre-made were selling for ridiculous amounts of gold on the auction houses on all servers.  It has since been returned to the game and can be re-learned at your Inscription trainer.
  • Glyph of Armors is learned from Minor Inscription Research.  Even though your previously could learn nothing new from your minor research, but need to do more minor research to learn all the glyphs.
  • Glyph of the Treant is learned from Minor Inscription Research also.
Don't let your competition get a leg up on you.  Make sure that you have all of the glyphs learned.  Don't forget they are constantly adding and changing glyphs around.  New changes are already coming to a glyph in the next patch.

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