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5-19-2008 @ 3:24AM
I tend to ask a fee if I'm crafting some popular or rare-drop enchant. Usually people expect enchanters to ask a fee for weapon enchants, at least in my server, so I have a scaling for them. I ask 20 for Sunfire, since it's rarely advertised, and usually 5 for Crusader and other twink enchants. Mongoose, on the other hand, is usually around 10g on my server.If I want a portal I'll pay for it. If I want a lock picked I pay for it. My gems I buy off the AH. But if I traded for them, I'd pay. So why should I not have a fee for my work, after all I paid hundreds of gold for some of the recipes (like the ludacrously cheap Potency - 400g)? I don't have a standard pricing for other than weapon enchants. Sometimes I ask a fee, sometimes I don't. Really depends on the behaviour of the buyer, really.
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