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5-31-2010 @ 1:44PM
I really don't get the concept that you are supposed to give 10k items to people you don't really know for free. Obviously if they are close friends, sure, give it to them. But TBH my close friends in game, i'd give them 10k for it if I wanted that item. It's just fair. Also we need to realize that we are at the end of the xpac (or nearing it), so sell what you can like abyssals. They will be pretty worthless next xpac. Same for epic gems. Whether the people are actually ninjaing i will leave it to them. But yeah for my guild I am trying to get rid of as much stuff as possible to benefit the guild come cataclysm.
5-31-2010 @ 7:15PM
Alternatively hold on to trade skill levelling mats as they will be worth 3-4x current prices when all the Worgen and Goblins start hitting Wrath level. I made a lot of gold from selling my enchanters old BC stash when I reactivated for Wrath.Clear out items and matts only needed for epic items and maybe some other stuff to have space. But I recommend saving at least a bag* full of stuff and dropping it on the AH 6 months into Cata.* I have a bank alt full of BC and Wrath leather.
5-31-2010 @ 10:07PM
Same goes for lower level ore/cloth/leather/herbs. Shh! (and not to mention the absolute field day tailors and scribes will have come cataclysm - i can almost guarantee bag prices will double for quite a while).
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