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1-17-2009 @ 8:41PM
I actually would have to agree with your post. Recently I rolled an NE Druid on Steamwheedle Cartel, and started with nothing. I had to essentially make my own gold, because of that I had to make money some how, and taking the knowledge I had, and applying it, was just something I found really fun. My main on the other hand, has a hard time of keeping clean bags, and my bank alt is just way crappy. But right now I'm at lvl 22 on my druid, and I have enough money for mount and training and then some.
1-17-2009 @ 8:43PM
By saying my bank alt is crappy, I mean she don't keep clean bags either, and her guild bank is full of junk that needs to be sold.
1-17-2009 @ 10:49PM
I think it's almost easier to make money on an alt than a main at times, especially when the alt's on another server. It's easier to practice financial discipline when there's no safety net, and your bags and bank are typically better organized too. Then, of course, alts are usually far less distracted. Mains are often engaged in dungeon runs or raids, and that eats up a lot of farming, questing, or just plain me-time.
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