I wasn't able to find enough data for some of the other tradeskills on the 3.2 Test Realm, so I'm just going to combine this information into one post. Here are some screenshots I took of new recipes in Leatherworking, Inscription and Engineering, plus a couple of items for Alchemy and Jewelcrafting:
My Alchemist made it to the Test Realm yesterday, so I was finally able to check out the Cardinal Ruby quest in Alchemy:
Just an FYI for those who may not have capped Alchemy - you must be max skill to do this quest AND learn the epic gem transmutes. My borrowed Alchemist was only 443 when she arrived and she was unable to learn the new gem transmutes from the trainer. She was also unable to access the Cardinal Ruby quest. As soon as I dinged her up to 450 skill, the quest unlocked. I'm sure this isn't an issue for most folks. But if you're planning to grab these recipes on an Alchemy alt - they need to be capped.
And we had a reader request for the information on the Epic Gems for Honor Points from the PVP Vendor:
I have to say I'm really quite tickled that Blizzard has provided multiple ways to get epic gems. Not only will we have two different ways to craft them, we'll also have two different ways to buy them. This should make the gems fairly accessible to crafters and customers who want to buy their own and pay a cutting fee. It almost makes me wonder if Blizzard isn't hoping to nudge even casuals to get epic gems into their epic gear ;)