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8-08-2006 @ 11:46AM
If you do decide to have an auction mule, spend the time to level it up to 5 and then teach it enchanting. This is useful if you have a green item or better that for whatever reason just isn't selling at the AH. Then all you have to do is disenchant it, collect the constituents and put those on AH - you'll probably get a better price that what you might if you sold it to a vendor. I'm a casual gamer - I just started playing this past June - and I have three alts (a 32 pallly, a 28 hunter and a 13 rogue) that feed my auction mule. She gets all trade items and green or better items. Within a couple of months of 2 or 3 hours 3 or 4 times a week my auction mule has well over 100g in surplus and this is after paying for upgrades to all my alts professions, skills, random spending money and whatever else they need.I also have to echo that Auctionneer is great!!! One side benefit of having many alts that are around the same level is they help each other out with upgrades and supplies. My alchemist passes potions around, my leather worker passes armour kits around, and my engineer... well he hasn't had much to pass around yet, but here's hoping...
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