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3-15-2007 @ 8:27AM
Anyone who thinks 500g is probably just too lazy to farm the gold. These are probably the same people who rushed to 70 and skipped over much of the content, which is where their problem comes in.Highest lvl I have right now is 68. Stopped lvling that character and started a new one on a PVP server. I took the lessons I had learned from my first character and applied them to my second character. I am now lvl 34, and since I am a warlock, getting my lvl 40 mount is not an issue of money. But if it was, I would have more than enough by the time I reached 40 to buy it.Its so simple to farm money WHILE you level. Take skinning and herbalism or mining. You gather skins and herbs/ore while you quest. And you don't skip over content. At level 70 any quests you do will award more gold than you would have made on the same quest pre-level 70. You should already know this.My lvl 68 warlock got to that level after doing all the quests in hellfire peninsula and zangarmarsh. He did most of the quests in terrokar forest, but because of a lack of groups for certain quests was still working on completing those. I had moved him on to nagrand while I continued looking for a group. I hadn't finished half the quests in nagrand by the time I hit 68. At some point, if I ever go back to him, he will be 70 before he finishes nagrand.What that means is every quest I do in blade's edge mountains, shadowmoon valley, and netherstorm, will award more money than if I had rushed there as soon as I was able to do the quests. Thats 3 zones full of quests to do that will award extra gold, while farming herbs and skins while I do those quests.By the time I hit 70, gold will not be an issue. Those that think 5000g is too much probably dont understand that for the good, quality things in life, YOU HAVE TO WORK FOR THEM.
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