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12-10-2009 @ 4:48PM
@Calill - And if they weren't, that doesn't make any difference. If you mine 6 million one day and turn none into bars, and then turn them into bars the next day, while mining another 3 million, you're still 3 million short for the third day and none on the first day. It's a small scale example, but basically - If you mined half as much saronite as you need to turn into 3 million bars, every day since the beginning of WOTLK, then the backlog would provide you with only enough ore to create bars for half that time (or every second day). Your backlog will never get "ahead" of the bar creation. Its mathematically impossible. Although I probably didn't explain it very well.More than likely it's as Jealouspirate above said, that they're counting nodes rather than individual ores.
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