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5-24-2010 @ 7:13PM
On my server, bags go at or usually below mat cost. You're better off selling the raw mats.I use up my extra cloth my making greens and d/e'ing them, but I'm not fully sure if that's profitable or not too (I'm just too lazy to sell cloth).Selling bolts is silly and only suckers buy bolts.Spellthreads however are nice and usually make a small profit, however due to supply and demand, the profit margin is usually small.In short, tailoring sucks for gold making. :(
5-24-2010 @ 7:51PM
I bought my first two epic fliers with gold from netherweave bags... and 4 tabs on my bank guild... and all those random stuff that's in there... but yeah it took some time that's true.
5-24-2010 @ 8:38PM
Single pieces of Spellweave, Moonshroud and Ebonweave paid my bills for awhile — since 3.3.3 affected the price of Spellweave the least on my server, and my main is a Spellfire tailor, I'll invest Frozen Orbs in a pair and sell them for flask cash. For real money, I rely on my enchanter.
5-24-2010 @ 9:22PM
Or people without the ability to make bolts that want to get mats for something they need crafted. Try it- you'd be surprised at how high they sell.
5-25-2010 @ 12:38AM
@ Aedilhild: Oh lord do I miss the days of early Wrath, back when you had to trek to that altar down the hole in Icecrown to make Ebonweave, which meant you pretty much HAD to be level 80 by default because the forgotten ones down there hit like dump trucks on lower levels. My then medium pop server had few 80s and almost no one knew where that place was. I made a freakin' mint selling that stuff--400-500g a pop. /sigh
5-25-2010 @ 3:58AM
People that say a prof is unprofitable usually don't know jack about making gold. Specialty cloths normally sell for 5 to 10 times the materials to make. So your statement is voted #1 for dumbest post ever.
5-25-2010 @ 6:36AM
@KylenneIf you could fly in Northrend you could made the Ebonweave at the top of the cave entrance. So you do not had to deal with the mobs :)
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