Increasing your pristine rate and reducing the time it takes you to craft a single item
Drink regenerates power not as a percentage but by a fixed amount. This means that the smaller your power pool is, the more warcraft gold benefit you get from the regeneration provided by drink.
Because the power-usage of crafting buffs is percentage-based you’re not disadvantaged by having a small power pool C in fact it’s completely the opposite.
So when you’re crafting, make sure you always use crafted drink, and remove any items of clothing that give you big power bonuses. If you do this you’ll find you’re able to counter and buff much more efficiently, increasing your pristine rate and reducing the time it takes you to craft a single item.
Because the buff that costs power is the only one without any negative side effects (such as lowering success chance, or durability or progress) being able to use it as often as it refreshes is a big advantage when you’re crafting.
You may have noticed that your power-consuming crafting buff doesn’t use a set amount of power, but instead uses a percentage of your total power pool. This is one of the keys to maximizing the number of times you can cast it before running out of power.
The second is to make sure you always use good quality crafted drink that is appropriate for your level.
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