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6-23-2010 @ 9:34PM
@ RobActually, I'll waste, at most, a half hour per day or every two days doing this. When I was posting twice per day, I'd actually spend an hour and a half (collect gold, scan, cancel undercut, make new glyphs, post). Sure, it was worth a lot more gold without the competition, but it took more time, too.As far as my current competitors go, like I said, this guy is online all the time (it's possible he sleeps at some point between 2am and 8am, maybe). In the morning when I log in, after lunch, in the afternoon or at night, he's sitting there. Within ten seconds of posting a glyph, he's cancelling and undercutting by a copper.At first, I thought I'd play his game, but now I've decided to just starve him of profits. Takes less time, I can post my glyphs for 48 hours and just not worry about them (except to replace any he buys out).At some point, he'll give up and go away. Until then ... *shrug* ... I can do something else that doesn't take a lot of my time. As for the demoralizing comment, that's what I'm hoping for. I've driven out two or three competitors this way in the past. *eg*Oh, and I appreciate the recommendation about scrolls, cards, etc. Unfortunately, the Darkmoon cards are generally a wash (except for the occasional Nobles card that sells) since most of them sell for less than mats theses days unless you get very lucky. I generally have an overabundance of Snowfall ink, so turning it into Runescrolls and selling it is always nice (when it sells). I haven't really looked at selling vellums, but I suppose those could be worth some gold, too.
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