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3-28-2010 @ 8:05AM
Luckily for me, enchanting mats are still selling for respectable money on my server. Dream Shards still go for 20g, so I'll always click DE if something sells for less than that to a vendor. As for BoE blues, I used to click greed on them, but I've come to realize something: they never sell. Auctioneer may say they sell for more than a dream shard, but that's really an irrelevant point when no one will buy them. As such, I even pick disenchant for those, too.
3-28-2010 @ 8:34AM
Same here. I pretty much just blindly hit d/e if the option is available (with the exception of boe epics). I've tried several times to sell boe blues but the fact is there's virtually no demand for them. Even worse, the deposit for listing them is often several gold, meaning even if it sells the first time you may still be losing money. Coincidentally, I just cleared out my bankers of a number of blue boe's I'd stashed away hoping they'd have more value someday. I figured they were of more use turned to dream shards to buy up the last few enchanting recipes I was missing, than rotting in the bank.
3-28-2010 @ 12:13PM
@Klink-o: I thought (from the money columns) that if the item sells you get back the deposit.Personally I always hit greed. I don't take the time to read the tooltips and all the BoE items I can send to my leveling enchanter.
3-28-2010 @ 3:08PM
Yes if it sells you get your deposit back, (and if you list it for a shorter time there's a lower deposit cost), but personally I'm not willing to take the risk.I'd much rather have the shard, I can GB it, or use it for my own chanter to make some chant for personal use or a scroll for profit.
3-28-2010 @ 7:22PM
shards stack, items don't so i hit D/E . except that one time when someone D/E'd an epic boe
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