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4-10-2009 @ 1:19PM
You know, I do kind of the opposite of many people here.I put all my stuff that I feel compelled to carry (hearthstone/pocket knife/regular food and drinks/that extra trinket) in my last bag -- the one farthest left. I put potions, scrolls, flasks, elixirs, buff food and other buffs in the next one over.Then, the last two bags and the backpack are ideally empty. That way when I get a quest item, or just pick something up, it goes right there into my empty backpack. No looking around.I never move the grey stuff except to get it out of the way.As I'm questing, I intend to vendor a non-grey item, I put it in the first bag. If I intend to auction something, I put it in the middle bag. At first it felt wierd to have the backpack empty, like the hearthstone somehow holds up the other bags, but now I can't imagine going back to looking in the second and third bags for a quest item.
4-10-2009 @ 1:59PM
I'm more like you. Hearth, skinning knife, fishing pole, lures, reagents; all go in the far left bag. That bag is also for things I'm saving up, like Twilight Texts for Cenarion Rep, or something similar, and also quest items that I know will be in my bag for a while, like that mages staff from the Netherstorm quest chain. Next is Leatherworking mats, enchants, gems, or anything of value that is consumable that I will need on the the run. Middle bag is food organized by health pots, then mana/effect pots, health food, then mana food. Flasks/buff food go in the bottom corner so I can't find them quickly. Some overflow ends up here when questing or if I go too long with out emptying. The leaves my first two bags for quest items and stuff that just drops when I'm running around. Mail goes out to the alt anytime I see a mailbox, and greys get sold any time I see a vendor. Offset gear stays in the bank, because if someone wants me to switch specs, I have to go back to the city anyway. I don't know what I'm gonna do with dual specs. TL;DR, I roll similar to Jafari.
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