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1-14-2010 @ 3:09PM
Good post.You forgot one expensive achievement. What about Insane in the Membrane? I have never done it, but I hear that if you want it you have to shell out quite a bit of gold and be quite literally insane.
1-14-2010 @ 3:12PM
That's another one where the cost in the end is probably going to depend on how quickly you choose to do it. Someone who's farming up the majority of their own tomes for Shendralar rep or has access to a rogue for lockboxes for Ravenholdt isn't going to pay anywhere near as much as someone who's snapping up materials off the AH. Insane in the Membrane definitely has the capacity to be ultra-expensive (and for most players I suspect it is, with costs being somewhat offest by the gold you can make running DM for goblin rep), but it doesn't necessarily *have* to be.
1-14-2010 @ 3:16PM
Getting the Insane title does require a lot of money, but it also requires a stupidly large time investment. The achievements listed here aren't particularly time-consuming; you just have to throw lots of gold at them.
1-14-2010 @ 3:32PM
isn't "Insane in the Membrane" a feat ... not an achievement?
1-14-2010 @ 3:52PM
@Rhaycen: +1, however I think Feats are still covered in Overachiever.
1-14-2010 @ 3:54PM
I shelled out about 40k for my Insane title, over a course of around 3 months, working on it nightly after guild raids. And yes, it's a feat of strength, not an achievement. But all those reputations will help to go to your 40 exalted reputations title.But just because I spent 40k does not mean I LOST 40k. A lot of gold that I originally thought was going to be a write-off, I made back. Perfect example: The Darkmoon decks. Yes, I knew no inscriptionists, and bought all my decks (anywhere from 25-400g each), yet when I turned them in, I was able to take the rewards for the turn-ins (ex: Darkmoon Card: Madness or Darkmoon Card:Heroism) and put them right back in the AH and make all my money back.
1-15-2010 @ 9:25AM
@ SlaytanicWe're called scribes, not inscriptionists. No wonder you didn't find any.I had to say it.
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