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8-29-2007 @ 2:30PM
I run my inventory and bank space like a closing sale--everything must go! I don't hold on to any materials, not even if it's something I know I'll need later on down the road. The fact of the matter is that I can usually sell my materials for a higher price than what I'll spend on them when I need them. By monitoring the auction house and waiting for a thin market, you can move all of your materials very quickly with a nice profit. This will keep your pockets full and your bank space vacant (to be used for other things like mounts, alternate gear sets, or even snowballs). When it's time to craft that that Deep Thunder, the auction house is my personal shopping mall and I've got all the money I need!
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