Jewelcrafting Recipes Now Online!!

Me and my hubby Mikros spent all yesterday working feverishly to get all the new Jewelcrafting recipes in our database and on Crafter's Tome for you guys. We finally got them uploaded this afternoon, you can check them out here:

Jewelcrafting Recipes

There are a number of unknown recipes still in the list, but overall I believe it's more complete than Allakhazam or Thottbot at the moment. I was able to use my trainer window to get the numbers for the trainer recipes and I've been camping the auction for the info on the drop recipes. Keep in mind that some of these recipes might change, but it's a good sneak preview of what you can expect.

Any other Beta Jewelcrafters out there who have info on some of our missing recipes, feel free to email me a screenshot and I'll add it!

13 comments:

  1. Thanks for the recipes! Reading back through your most recent entries I'm interested in asking... when you "send" your gems to the Jewelcrafter... is there any possibility of non-player characters intercepting them? I'm not on WoW (yet) but have enjoyed reading about it and the enthusiasm of those who DO play.

    Thanks, Gerald in Tulsa

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  2. Sounds fun, I'm into this kind of stuff! I like your blog. It was interesting to read!

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  3. Gwhiz: I'm not aware of any incidents of mail being intercepted, in-game. Since Blizzard is in charge of the WoW mail system, I'm pretty sure they'd notice that sort of hijacking activity and deal with it promptly. That said, sometimes Blizzard isn't 100% reliable with mail, but that's generally due to lag issues, not corruption of data.

    Shelby: I'm glad you're enjoying the blog! I started it because most Beta bloggers focus on adventuring and I was more interested in the crafting side. I hoped there were others like me out there so I wanted to give them some sneak peek info too :)

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  4. [...] What impressions have you guys formed so far about Jewelcrafting? More powerful than Enchanting? Harder to level than Armorsmithing? I’m taking it no matter what you guys say, so don’t hold back on my account.[via Kaliope’s WoW Crafting Beta Blog] [...]

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  5. Thanks so much for all of your work. Looking forward to switching from blacksmithing (bleh) to jewelcrafting when the expansion comes out, so your list gives me a lot to anticipate. One question: I like to use excel for formulas and calculations of mats and whatnot. Is there any way that you could post your data as a simple text file, or better yet as a comma-delimited file that would import directly into a spreadsheet?

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  6. Hi Enigma, I'm glad you're finding the blog useful. My husband would like to know what you have in mind for the data file. He said doing a CSV is no prob but he's curious what portions of the data you want to see in it. For example, if you want a straight dump of the Crafter's Tome recipe listings, that would put all of the components for each recipe into one field, making it impossible to sort or calculate on individual components. So if you could give us a better idea what you're looking for, he'll see what he can do.

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  7. If you are so inclined, the Pendant of the Agate Shield is a nice skill up recipe, but you don't have how the Horde can get it on your list. It is found from the General Goods NPC in Freewind Post if you care to add it. It drove me insane trying to find it personally.

    -Cheers

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  8. Thanks for sharing that with us Ash! I ran out of time to finish cataloging the Horde vendors before release so I appreciate you filling me in. I'll get that added to our database for the next update :)

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  9. just a add on ash post, the reciepe is found on the trade goods vendor to :)

    cu ingame :D

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  10. Thank you! This location has been confirmed and added to our database, it should go up after the next data push :)

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  11. Hey,
    I love what you'e doing!
    Don't ever change and best of luck.

    Raymon W.

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  12. Thanks Ray - glad you like the blog!

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