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7-18-2008 @ 4:49PM
@ Blackhorn:One of the things I don't like about enchanting is people always bring their own mats. So I miss out of profitting by selling mats. Making enchants on AH possible, as you said, shortens the supply of mats. This, to me, means they stay with enchanters, who can then benefit from both enchanting and raw material profit margin. This is a big win for enchanters.This will be good for everyone else, too. The demand for enchanting mats won't fluctuate with the start of arena seasons and what not. You can stock up on what you need a few weeks in advance, and get your enchants right away when you get your new gear.Also, grinding through enchanting levels won't mean the enchants have to go to waste: they can be saved for later, further increasing supply and lowering demand for all the consumers out there.
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