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8-20-2010 @ 3:31PM
Demand, of course, is important. The problem I have with your argument though, as far as glyphs are concerned, is you're moving such a large quantity of items that being able to raise the price just 1g each can add up to a lot of gold during the week. So controlling the market doesn't necessarily mean raising the price outside of what people will pay.Even on a low pop server with some very dedicated competition, I sell a little under 1000 glyphs a week. Every silver I can raise my price equals another 10g a week.Honestly, if I was the only scribe on my server and controlled the sale of every glyph, I'd be more than happy capping the price at 7-10g a glyph. At the end of a year that'd still be more than enough profit to buy ten characters every mount, vanity item, and training in the game.
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