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7-12-2008 @ 12:17PM
Is it wrong to post primal waters for 28g a piece, because everyone else is selling there's for 40g each. While just a week ago they were about 18g each. Some jackass comes in buys up all the primal waters and resells them for insane prices. In the end everyone either looks for a cheaper price via trade channel or they go farm there own.Farmers like me on the other hand are happy when this happens. I have 300+ primals in my bankers bank... So when this happens I sell them for much more than I would of but, I am still way under the competition.
7-12-2008 @ 1:23PM
I spend very little time in Trade channel, I mostly use the AH. But I strongly dislike when things are ridiculously overpriced. At these times I'll hit the Trade channel and sell bargain basement. A primal life costs me only time to assemble; I can probably get 4-5 in an hour (I haven't timed it). They used to be about 18g each, now they're about 35g each. I can list them for 32-33g and easily move them, but if they're 40g+, I'd rather help out my faction (in my mind) and sell them in Trade for a price I'm comfortable with...and I've still turned a pure profit.
7-12-2008 @ 1:48PM
In practice, people just do a couple more dailies rather than go farm their own. Maybe some people go farm their own, but for the most part people are very willing to pay extremely stupid prices on Arena Points Day to enchant their gear, or on We Just Killed Felmyst Day to get a new gem or enchant. My sever has a fairly insane market, but it's vastly profitable if you're up for being a supplier or a smart reseller. Some days I can make upwards of 600-700g just by scanning the AH and buying underpriced things. I can't really be bothered to do dailies or farm primals, but I sure can find them on the AH from someone willing to undercut by more than the difference in the AH fees, so I make my money that way. I've got around 22k in the bank, but it's still fun to see how high the numbers can go...
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