Path: Professions :: Alchemy
The Alchemist mixes herbs in order to generate potions with a variety of effects. A player can create healing, invisibility, elemental resistance, and mana potions; oils to coat weapons; and much more.

Alchemy is useful to all character classes. Melee fighters can use alchemy to create buff and healing potions. Spell casting classes can use alchemy to create mana potions and related buffs. Alchemy is a fun Profession where you can create potions for yourself, sell them to others, or give them to your party members and friends. Alchemists are well loved when they hand out potions.

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Fun and easy to lvl. One rule of thumb though. Don' get high off your own supply. At least make sure you sell more than you consume.
Massdesign, on October 23, 2009 06:16:53 Reply
I make liberal use of the Endless Mana Potion
Oxygen1234, on October 23, 2009 07:12:01 Reply
New Epic Gem Transmuting made the Transmute Master specialty a favorite one.
LordSpike, on October 23, 2009 08:27:14 Reply
Transmute Master with Epic Gems is the way to go.
If you have a toon with Jewelcrafting, better yet: do Icy Prism then Transmute.
Fsomalia, on October 23, 2009 12:32:34 Reply
Alchemy misses some "cool". Something fun, weird and a bit silly like most of the Engineering creations. Maybe a potion or two that transforms players into different creatures? Maybe a small small chance of things going wrong during the elixir making? I don't really know.

While this is my primary profession of choice, it is just too proper.
Imago, on October 23, 2009 12:33:07 Reply
In my experience, alchemy is the easiest production profession to level. You can generally level by making things that are useful to you, unlike, say, re-enchanting the same bracer for skill-ups. At higher levels, transmutes are also very handy: creating titanium, epic gems, and converting eternals into more useful eternals.

With the professions balanced to provide roughly equal benefits, I think most of my future alts will be choosing alchemy.
Liam C, on October 24, 2009 06:21:24 Reply
I picked up Alchemy and herbalism for the sole reason that they were the only things trainable at Sen'jin village, I was not disappointed!
Slavaa, on November 7, 2009 11:25:19 Reply

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