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4-05-2010 @ 8:06PM
I tend to enjoy fishing (recently got my Salty title!) and it always surprises me how much people will pay for buff food. It's wonderful to the people who are willing to farm it. For example, on my server I can sell a stack of five Dragonfin Filet for 50g. Just five! It honestly takes only a few minutes to fly down to Dragonblight and fish up a stack, netting me 200g for a few minutes of fishing. Anyway, good article. While experience varies I'm sure, buff food seems to be a great and often overlooked source of income.
4-05-2010 @ 9:34PM
im the sameim a bit of an achievment hunter - my only missing prossion one is that ****** turtlethe prices arent quite as silly on my server but pre raid fishing usually uses up my spices and pays for my pots/flasks/repairscouple extra though:expertise - with the ease of gear now and a good trink most people pass on in ToC10 most dps shouldnt need thisbut getting a swing reset when festerguts 3 stacked... tanks should be going for their much higher cap on some fightsagility - again not so many people use it - but again as a tank its the only dodge food - and bonus armour - and as a bear my crits do my shield
4-05-2010 @ 11:23PM
@ MarkThere is a 40 dodge rating eel that you can fish up infront of VH, not sure if this is new with the daily being there now as I've never fished there brfore.
4-06-2010 @ 9:22AM
@RavenThey have been there since day 1. I've always been surprised that they never ever ever sell on the auction house. I mean, come on! This is the ultimate for a tank. I mean, health is nice and all - but not taking damage from a hit is priceless!
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