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7-16-2009 @ 2:37AM
You're kinda stating the obvious on Titanium, if you've got a 450 miner and you have a 450 jewelcrafter, then it's time to get as much Titanium as possible, just don't expect to make a huge profit if you didn't mine the titanium yourself. You can expect one epic and one rare gem per stack of titanium (which at the moment isn't prospectable)The 450 Miner is needed to mine Titanium, the 450 Jewelcrafter is needed to cut the epic gemsIf you haven't started saving them yet, now is a good time to start saving those jewelcrafting tokens, you'll need 5 for each recipy and at this time there are 72 recipies (that's a year worth of dailies) Now would also be a good time to become close friends with an 450 Transmute-specced Alchemist,he'll be able to transmute epic gems and when those transmutes proc, it's paydayThere will be epic gems that are worth less then some blue gems, just compare uncut rare gems prices as they are now and you'll know what is worth getting, my bet would be that Cardinal Ruby will go for about 300 G the first week after the patch and then go down to about 120G untill shortly before the next patch. By then it will be around the price the rare gems of the same color are nowI'm glad I also read "Just My Two Copper" and "Greedy Goblin" for tips on goldmaking, maybe Markco should become a contributor for Time is Money
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