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2-19-2010 @ 6:09PM
It also depends a lot on who's buying these materials. Enchanting mats are typically bought by one of two kinds of people: those who just need to get a particular enchant, and those who are powerleveling enchanting (or possibly tailoring). So something like dust sells well either at the extremes; an entire stack, or as individual item.Herbs, on the other hand, are used by just about every one at a steady clip (several flasks per raid, one mana or health pot per boss fight) so there's no reason to sell them in smaller amounts. Particularly, the herbs needed for the flasks, mana, and health pots can be sold by the whole stack.
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