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8-01-2010 @ 4:40PM
see, this is the reason I developed an entirely new (to me) strategy I've come to call "The Meta". Over the coarse of wrath I've steadily leveled up a small self contained industry for my toons. Currently I need to shop outside my own characters for very little. I have my own jewel crafter, enchanter, blacksmith, leather worker, tailor, engineer and alchemist. The for Cataclysm I also have a inscriber planed. Its the one chink in my armor, but at the moment it doesn't matter, mostly because of the wall effect described above. I think the most I've paid for a glyph I think is 20g.It's a wonderful plan, it largely allows me to ignore the AH trading schemes and has placed me in a very good position to dominate the early market in cataclysm, when the potential for making money is at its highest.
8-02-2010 @ 5:28AM
Perhaps I've misunderstood, but if you're farming all your own mats then it's great for self-sufficiency but not for dominating the AH. What with opportunity cost of farming and all.
Meant to phrase that as a question, as this economic stuff makes my head spin!
8-25-2010 @ 10:29AM
Killik, He is not farming. He has not listed any farming profession. He has build his own trade empire
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