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3-28-2010 @ 11:38PM
I'm the enchanter that everyone is exploiting.. err.. who is providing my services graciously for all those greens and blues. Before the DE in instances "feature" was added, BoE greens had auction value that was higher than their vendor value. Eitehr leveling alts, or enchanters looking to turn a profit off the mats, would buy them. Enchants actually had a value in the market, and players had to stop and think "do I want to put the biggest best enchant on this iLevel 219 piece, or will I replace it next week, and should I got with the cheaper enchant?". Since the DE "feature" was added, greens often (usually) vendor for more than the AH value. On my server, they just plain don't sell anymore. Dust and Essence is now sooo plentiful that the market has collapsed for them. And rare itmes (blues) are worse. The shards are selling for LESS than the vendor value of the blues. Forget about auctioning them. TL;DR: I greed EVERYTHING regardless. If I win, and it's green, I DE it just to add more junk to my vault. an entire tab full of mats... 15 stacks of dust.. why not. If it's BoE blue, I put it in the "grab for an alt" tab, and hope that one of the alts leveling up can use it, for a few days, before vendoring it. Seems like Blizz is totally trivializing the leveling process, and pushing everyone to endgame levels, and all this gear that used to be worth smething leveling up, is now just vendor trash at best.
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