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8-20-2010 @ 12:26PM
One person dominates the glyph market on my server; logged in at all times, always standing by the mailbox, with 10 or more of each glyph posted, even the crappy ones. He/she is also starting to lock down the gem market, with 3 or more of each gem up. Yet has a gearscore of 6.3k+ and almost every single achievement, raid *and* pvp. Either this person has even less of a life than I do, or it's a communal character. (The latter is less scary.) Because the wall gets thrown up every week and a half or so, I'm lucky to average 500/day with my glyphs, and any day I make over 1k is a cause to celebrate.Obviously, they don't care about the time it takes to retrieve all that mail, as it's got to be over 4k auctions counting their gems. The only way I know to break through is to hope they're breaking the ToS somehow and they get caught.
8-21-2010 @ 9:42PM
We have one of those on my server. He on 24/7, and undercuts any auction within minutes of posting. I believe he is probably using a bot (I won't link it, but one exists that allows automatic reposting of auctions). and have complained to the GMs, but nothing has been done. It very frustrating.
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