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7-15-2009 @ 2:01PM
Titanium ore prices have already gone sky high for weeks ever since someone mentioned epic gems
7-15-2009 @ 2:59PM
Yes it's already too late to buy it up in preparation.I believe something similar happened on many servers with herbs when inscription was introduced. And I know many blogs posted at 3.1 about getting shafted holding onto tons of enchanting mats thinking they'd go up, when the truth was everyone bought driving the prices up.So might as well sell now if it's sky high already, since it might actually go down if the market gets flooded.
7-15-2009 @ 3:47PM
Agree.This is old news. On my server, titanium prices (and items crafted with titanium) shot up shortly after the 3.2 PTR notes were posted.
7-15-2009 @ 5:18PM
I bought up a whole heap of titanium ore at 140 gold a stack. Compared to the market price, it was around 50 gold cheaper per stack. It was from someone who was selling the ore through the trade channel.The thing that bothered me in the end was that he would always come up with more and more stacks of ore very quickly. It made me wonder if he somehow hacked accounts for them. I asked him where he got all the ore from (by this stage, I had got around 40 stacks over a 24 hour period) and he said he had a friend who gave them to him. I stopped buying them in the end. I really didn't trust it. I only rarely come across a titanium node. I can't imagine there is just that much in the game to be gathered so quickly.Or am I wrong?
7-15-2009 @ 9:16PM
Well, I only find 2-3 nodes a week. It's a PITA as I need to get gems for my main JC and also titan steel bars for my Engineer alt.I think you were wise to stop dealing with his person. It *might* be on the level but probably not
7-16-2009 @ 9:19AM
Croe- I have seen the same sort of thing in trade for Saronite. The price seemed good and I can see why the person would want to bypass the AH cut (it barely sells for vendor price sometimes).But when I noticed the name was something strange like "ryxxcvk" you, know the same kind of name Gold spammers use, I decided to pass.
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