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What class is good for Alchemy / Herbalism?

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7 years ago#1
It seems like it would be fun to play. Sort of like Leatherworking / Skinning, except it's harder to find flowers than skinnable corpses.
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7 years ago#2
Healers, or damage casters.
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7 years ago#3
Suprisingly, a Warrior synergizes well with Alchemy.

You an make your own healing, rage, and defensive potions. Not to mention flasks, etc.
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7 years ago#4
Any class that has Mana or better yet any class
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7 years ago#5
I don't think there's a "bad" class for herbalism/alchemy, but I do think it suits hybrids pretty well because they can use get the best use out of just about everything.
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7 years ago#6
Any class really. On my Rogue I have it, and having some extra pots with me has saved me quite a few corpse runs.
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7 years ago#7
Alchemy is widely considered the best profession in the game for exactly this reason - any class can use it with reasonable proficiency.
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7 years ago#8
Have it on my Warlock. <3 Invisibility potions.
7 years ago#9
It doesn't matter really. Alchemy has potions/elixers for every class, so any class can benefit from it, as well as make money.
7 years ago#10
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