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12-07-2007 @ 3:22PM
the way i do my enchanting, is based on rareity of the recipe and materials require, as well as my current lvl of enchanitng and level of the desired enchant.For example Savegery, took me a long time to get and alot of horrible Shat halls runs, Thus i charge a Flat rate of 20g, and you can tip beyond that if dwsired. where as for enchants that i got from a trainer, like mana prime to chest, ill give away for a tip and usually say "what you think is appropriate" which usually translates to 3-5g some times up to 15as for low lvl enchants.. 90% of the time i dont waste my time traveling to org to give some lvl 30 fiery... cause even if i get a tip itll be like 1g...and pre BC i have both of the weapon agility enchants, which were horrible to obtain, so i charged 25 for 1h and 30 for 2h.. to compensate for the days and days on gridning to obtian these
12-07-2007 @ 5:44PM
I'm pretty much the same way when it comes to enchanting. I'll almost always offer up my services for free and when they ask how much to tip, I say "Whatever you feel is appropriate." I'll usually get more than I would have asked for. I just acquired Mongoose and see people asking about it a lot in trade. If they have mats, I have no problem doing it for free, but they usually tip 5-10g for that one.
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