Posts Tagged “inscription”

Today’s attempt to learn a new minor glyph resulted in Glyph of Pick Lock.

Reduces the cast time of your Pick Lock ability by 75%.

Move along, nothing to see here, folks. It’s only usefulness seems to be in shaving a few minutes off lockpicking while you’re training it up.

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Today’s minor glyph is for mages and since I’ve never played a mage for any significant period of time I have no real idea of it’s use, but the description tells me that:

You have an additional 5% chance to reflect Frost spells while your Frost Ward is active.

Sound exciting… No, really.

So there you go: Glyph of Frost Ward. Let me know if you want one and I’ll throw it in the Guild Bank.

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So the way you get new minor glyphs through the Inscription profession is every 20 hours I have to log in to my paladin and cast Minor Inscription Research which makes one random scroll and teaches me how to make a minor glyph. Yes, just when you think WoW can’t get any more like a job they do something like this.

Today’s minor glyph learnt was a hunter glyph: Glyph of the Pack which doesn’t do a great deal more than increase the range of Aspect of the Pack by a little.

Oh well, better luck tomorrow.

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