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7-26-2010 @ 2:17PM
why do you cover inscription every other week! Your increasing my competition ><Go cover JC, they make more gold anyway
7-26-2010 @ 3:31PM
This isn't Basil. Or is it?
7-26-2010 @ 4:50PM
He did one post on glyphs back on June 16th, and had barely mentioned them in terms of the undermine journal. Before that I hardly recall him diving into the glyph market.Your competition will not increase with this (or any other) glyph article. People know about inscription making money. The thing of it is is that inscription is a very high-volume profession. Anyone who wants to take the time and effort to set up auctioneer, panda, and lil sparky's, can do that, but that right there creates the barrier to entry. Most of us non scribes would rather toss up 10-20 auctions on higher profit/higher margin items and earn G that way. The vast quantity of my gold I've made over the past 6 months has actually come from tailoring... selling spellweave and brilliant spellthread for 100%+ profits over and over. Yesterday I sold 3 brilliant spellthreads for over 200g. It was a helluva lot easier buying Iceweb Spider Silk, Eternal Life, and frozen orbs and taking 20 seconds to make them than it would be to go through the PITA of milling, crafting ink, then crafting whatever glyphs and then selling bazillions of them, then having to cancel them all and relisting b/c I was undercut by 50 people all doing the same thing.TL;DR: Everyone knows that glyphs make money if you are willing to put the time in, so no secrets are being revealed here. Just the fact that the Author has SEVEN 32 slot bags filled with Ink of the Sea is enough to know that I don't wanna deal with that headache.
8-12-2010 @ 1:39AM
Inscription has a *much* higher profit than JC.Or at least it used to ;_;
7-26-2010 @ 8:01PM
Inscription profits will vary server by server, but the bottom line is that to make the big cheese with inscription, you need a guild bank, you need to have panda, auctioneer, quickauctions, etc.To make decent money with any other type of profession, a simple auctionator program is all you really need. Inscription just has that huge barrier of setup and maintenance. It's also very cutthroat (again, server dependent), and while it potentially is the most profitable, it is arguably the toughest to break into.
7-26-2010 @ 11:13PM
@Mizzle Inscription was never good :P
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