In case you guys haven't noticed, we posted some updates to Inscription recipe list yesterday. It's now current as of the latest build on the beta server. While I don't feel too comfy with the progression, it probably has most of the actual items that will be available. On the other hand, I believe there are still problems with it. All of the Glyph recipes are lumped up at 375 and 400 skill, instead of spread out every 5 points like the under 300 recipes. None of the glyph recipes use 2x common ink like the upper levels of other inks do. There are huge gaps of 25 points between each wave of recipes and the only recipes over 400 skill are scrolls. I'd be very disappointed if the pinnacle of the Inscription was scrolls <gack>.
Hopefully they are still tweaking and they'll refine the progression for these WotLK items like they did for the lower recipes over the final weeks on the Test Realm. I don't know that I'd use these recipes as a basis for a shopping list, but it should at least be useful for folks who are still deciding whether to take up the craft. You can see the BoP off-hand goodies and the self-only buffs that will be available.
And in anticipation of tomorrow's patch which (we hope) will bring Inscription to the Live servers, I'd like to put out a call. Anyone who's interested in helping collect data for El's pigment drop rate formulas, please take notes while you do your Milling tomorrow! Specifically we need to know: how many herbs you milled, how many common pigments you got and how many uncommon pigments you got. It's more helpful if you can do it for each herb, but it appears El will accept data from herb families as well. Here's an example:
Felweed (100 herbs/5 stacks): 60 Nether Pigment & 10 Ebon Pigment
Any information you can provide to the data pool will be much appreciated! You can post your info in the Milling Data forum on El's web site. Thanks!!