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8-12-2009 @ 1:25PM
This is advice I've given to countless new players I see. SELL EVERYTHING. Leveling up sell all the greys and most of the greens. Take +intellect cloth, and +agility leather to the auction house, as those two are sold at a premium on most servers I've seen. Gathered items usually sell okay. Crafted items often do not. BUT you can certainly sell everything you pick up that you can't use and still make more than enough to afford anything you need if you're not interested in the Auction House.
8-13-2009 @ 4:26AM
Never vender greens - these items can be disenchanted for a tidy profit. Even if you are not an enchanter you may know a friend that can do it for you or I can guarantee you that if you sell the itme a little below disenchant value your local disenchanter will buy it from you. Even low level greens will sell well and I usaully post them a little under 1 gold which is several time more that you would get for the item if you were to vender.
8-13-2009 @ 12:07PM
Gothia, most "rookies" might not know enchanters. If you know one, by all means get them to disenchant stuff. Also some greens can vendor for 3-10 gold under level 60. Yes Disenchanting will make you more money, but at the stage where you're still learning how to play, simply vendoring everything will get you everything you need. Repairs Skills Mounts and reagents.
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