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10-16-2009 @ 3:11PM
The Darkmoon Faire is the best thing in the game for us scribes. I got 15k gold en 3 days selling noble decks.. I also put up the repeated cards on the AH and got 1k for each nobles card.. so how come nobody sees this? I'm almost the only one selling decks in my server and it's almost a perfect monopoly.. right now I'm selling another nobles deck for 5.8k gold and u bet it's gonna sell.. It's also true you can buy cool items from the npc's, those leathers and herbs are always cool to get just like that. I'm eagerly waiting for the next Faire, then the deck prices skyrocket and everyone goes crazy looking for cards. It's awesome :D
10-17-2009 @ 2:41PM
what i wanna know is how in the world you come across so many nobles.i must be doing it wrong.
10-16-2009 @ 4:14PM
You can't plan to make a Nobles deck if you're a scribe. At best, you have a 1 in 4 chance each time you make a Darkmoon Faire card to get a Nobles card. If you're hoping for a specific card, you have a 1 in 32 chance to receive it.These aren't the worst odds in the game, but they're not fantastic either. Just because other people on your server aren't selling Nobles decks, it doesn't mean they don't want to. They may just be getting failed by the RNG.
10-16-2009 @ 4:22PM
Curious, how much did you spend? In other words what's your ROI, Return on Investment? I often thought about this but wasn't sure with the high cost of herbs on my server.
10-16-2009 @ 4:27PM
well, I farm 800 hearbs each time, if I'm lucky, that makes 6-8 darkmoon cards. I don't know if I've been very lucky, but I get one or two nobles cards each time. I've gotten even more sometimes.. four in a row or so. I go out, farm, make vellums, sell 'em, get snowfall inks and make cards. If a deck is completed, I win doble :D and of course, undeath deck sell pretty darn well too. I never thought becoming a scribe would earn me this much gold.
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