We all want to have 525 tradeskills, and be working on paterns for heroic dungeons.
And I am sure at the top for some professions there will be gold to make.
However, to make those high end patterns: (A) toons need to get to 520 (or near enough), and (B) someone needs to make the underlying mats.
So much relies on volatile air: Engineers need electified ether, I hear that blacksmiths need it too. Tonight I used my Alchy transmute to ensure I made volatile air. Bought the mats for about 200g, paid 20g for a teleport to Theramore and flew down to Uldum (my alchemist is still 80, with no cata quests except cooking and fishing). Aparently transmutes of volatile life in Uldum guarantee air.
The transmute netted 16 air, which I listed for 200g each. Within 10 minutes 12 had sold.
This is a market worth watching, especially if you have an alchemy alt you are happy to park in/near Uldum.
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