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6-09-2009 @ 1:14PM
A lot of the Death Knight starter gear sells for only a few silver, probably to avoid exactly that situation. However, if I recall correctly, if you spend nothing (no repairs, no talents) you can have 40-50 gold by the end of the starter chain.While yes this is silly if you have an 80 on the server, if you're rolling on a new sever (for example to play as the other faction,) it can be a very good way to give your new toon a heads-up. And you don't need to worry at all about affording your lvl 30 mount.
6-09-2009 @ 1:37PM
Exactly!! Before WLK, it was a huge pain to level up characters on a friend's realm or something even if they were running me through dungeons and such b/c I just didn't have the gold to buy anything at all. But with DKs and their starting chain, one could do this several times in a row, sell all your stuff, send the gold to your low level character and have a pretty good chunk of it to support yourself as your leveling and need gear upgrades and riding training and such. I'm more willing to dabble on my friends' servers now that I have a source of easy, quick gold. It's not a lot, but it's a lot to a lowbie character with a few silver in their pocket. :D
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