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7-17-2009 @ 8:46AM
I'd love to be able to have two "Crafting" professions and a "Gathering" profession, cause it's hard to get money as a tail/chant lol, that being said i have a jewcrafter that gives me free gems for chants. but I'd love to be able to actual grind something other than dailies for money lol
7-17-2009 @ 12:44PM
If you're having a hard time making money as an tailor/enchanter, either your server's economy sucks the big one, or ur doin' it rong. Farm the mats for Ebonweave gear--that stuff is still going for decent amounts and is still in high demand, at least on my server. Use your cooldowns and sell the cloth; I'm still pissed off that Blizz made it possible to make Ebonweave outside of Icecrown, because it tanked the price of it into the toilet, but it's still a nice way to make an extra bit of income. Or hell, just make bags. My #1 consistent AH seller out of everything is bags, by far. People ALWAYS need bags. As for enchanting? Get thee to the AH and buy some frickin' vellum. Or make friends (or an alt) with a scribe. Enchanting makes gobs of money these days thanks to that. Even if you don't have the juicy high-demand Northrend enchants, some of the old world ones can net you just as much or even more. Buy or farm Fiery and Crusader--even if you have to buy them, I guarantee you'll make the money back in a couple of auctions. The mats are easy to farm and people always clamor for them, for alts. Mongoose is the same but is harder to farm for. Honestly, I'm focusing on alt-friendly old world enchants right now because 3.2 is shaping up to be the Patch of the Altoholics and tons of people are going to be starting ones.tl;dr: I have all the professions covered between my alts, my tailoring/enchanting main makes me cash hand over fist, beaten only by JC'ing. It's easy money if you know your market.
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