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1-30-2009 @ 5:54PM
Good article. I actually dropped mining ages ago because of the intense competition in outlands, lead to one incident where I was clearing mobs around the node, someone came in, tried to take it, failed, I took it, then I got 'called out' for being a ore ninja. Don't need that, thanks. (But with the mining change i am sorely tempted to go back and re-level mining)Tips..well my policy is that tips are not required. If you want payment, say upfront. A tip is a way of saying thanks. Procs. If it's for guildies i'll give them the proc. If not, well it depends on how generous i'm feeling. Usually i give the customer the proc, occassionally i keep it. I wonder what others do. I actually like the tradecraft and the customer interaction, but I find its usually a waste of precious time to sit in trade, hawking services, or if i try to sell my wares in AH, almost inevitably the item is selling for less than the material cost. (Although some actually make alot of gold by selling crafted stuff).
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