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6-23-2010 @ 7:20PM
Couple of new players in the Glyph market on my server, too. One of them seems to be online literally 24/7, and so instead of trying to compete (constant undercutting is boring), I've dropped prices to just slightly over cost to ensure that, while they may sell more glyphs than me, they aren't making much of a profit. If I sell even one glyph a day, I make more than enough to pay the auction house fees.Eventually, they'll give up ... or they'll buy me out and force me to make more glyphs that I'll keep posting at ridiculously low (but slightly profitable) prices. Win win for me. Wonder how long they'll keep trying?
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