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4-07-2009 @ 8:12PM
I have avoided selling greens, have other people found this a worth-while type of item to list?
4-08-2009 @ 8:25AM
Some greens are in high demand, especially those with variable stats that happen to match well with the item they are on.(INT + STA) or (INT + SPI) on cloth would sell well to magical types. (STR + STA) is pretty useless on cloth but is in high demand on mail or plate. The same goes for weapons. If the stats are on an item that can't be used by a class that would want those stats, then it won't sell well.If you take a quick stroll through listings for the type of item you are trying to sell, you can usually find which "... of the ..." item tends to have a higher price. This will give you a good clue as to whether or not to try and sell your item as is. If you lucked out and got a good stat match up you can price it to be used as is. If you got something fairly useless, you can price it for enhcanters to buy for themselves to dis-enchant, or you can ask someone to DE it for you. (Enchanting mats almost always sell, and there is no risk to you. See my comment around 20.)
4-10-2009 @ 7:23AM
So you vendor greens? I'm sure you will get that epic flyer anytime not smart guy.
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