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8-01-2010 @ 3:04PM
OK I followed this until I got to the high-low strategy. I use auctioneer but it sets the price 5% below the lowest buyout. I guess some people have it set to an certain minimum price? If there are a bunch of very low priced glyphs I sometimes buy them, I sometimes use a fallback price ( I didn't know what it was called) and I sometimes don't post. I sort of go by experience because even if prices are below the cost of inks if I bought the glyphs for 50 silver each I will still post low. Wouldn't using a combination of undercutting and fallback prices work better with 2 toons?Also I wonder if anyone has any information on how toons will get glyphs to learn in cata? Are players going to have to buy them from scribes ( like they do now) and then learn them permanently - or will players learn glyphs off an npc similiar to spells?
8-01-2010 @ 4:44PM
Auctioneer also has a setting for minimum price based on a percentage below market price. There was a popular blog that published screenshots championing the use of this setting, and high-low was a response to the Scribes that blindly entered the same values into their own copies of Auctioneer. It's a tactic that works well against players that never change their add-on settings, but is kind of pointless against someone who's paying more attention.
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