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7-08-2010 @ 5:13AM
I think Goldfarming companies simply overdid it. Blizzard "accepted" them for some years, because they were no real threat. Recently with Level 1 chars flooding channels, informing about free mounts on dubios websites etc. I believe Blizzard decided to take some (costly) action, maybe even lockout certain IP address-spaces.To be honest, I think nowadays "goldfarmer" are more into hacking account. My guild suffered from recent attacks - even with raises security possibilities by Blizzard.Even with bot level up a toons to a level required for farming Sholazaar there is a margin where profit begins. If your toons is erased before reaching that level, it doesn't make sense after a time.Personally I appriciate that Blizzard finally took some steps. Farming Sholazaar was simply a annoyance lately.About prices: Thanks to Auctioneer's tools like Resale search, I get a quite good impression what is the economical situation on our server. Prices are fluctuating in almost every item.If you're selling large quantities of one item, you can expect the whole faction AH flooded by that item some days later... no coincidence in some cases if you ask me.Other way around you can profit from such situations as flooded AHs tend to undercut heavily.I specialize in Eternals and believe me, the drop and rise in price like the tide. You just have to wait...However, herbs and ore seem to be a different matter. They used to be fluctuating, but currently they are usually low our not selling well.On one hand, changing markets are interesting, on the other side it is sometimes sad that some interesting items never sell at all...
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