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7-07-2010 @ 3:29PM
The recent patch from Blizzard introduced a new version of Warden, Blizzard's anti-cheat technology. It wasn't just them updating the "definitions" (to compare it to a virus scanner). This was a major overhaul dubbed Warden 2.I'm sure a lot of botters have stopped until they can see how "safe" it is.
7-07-2010 @ 3:40PM
woot to this. Sure I've made a ton of cash off the cheep mats on the AH but a cheater free game is a better game. Also, prices will come back down once either more people are playing, or once farmers see they can sell the stuff they gather at a much more reasonable price.
7-07-2010 @ 3:42PM
My margins are the same for cheap mats as they are for expensive ones. The time I spent developing a relationship with farmers has paid off, because I still get tons of mats sent COD to me from regular players who just happen to pick stuff up while they play.
7-07-2010 @ 3:45PM
I know I've stockpiled a lot of goods from where prices hit rock bottom a few months ago. Now it's starting to pay off and I've started farming again. With people taking breaks until Cataclysm and now botters leaving it'll probably just take some time for people like me to adjust and start farming again.
7-07-2010 @ 7:00PM
Basil, isn't this why you recommended we get the addon Marketwatch? It's a bit of a pain to set up, but I've made out like a bandit with long-term trades, and not selling when things get low. Combined with lil' sparky's workshop, I've definitely seen my profits increase over the past month. Marketwatch is perfect for catching things like this.
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