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9-02-2010 @ 3:24AM
For alchemy, there's a few different things to do. First of all, do the daily gem transmute. There's a paladin I don't like to play who has 450 alchemy and transmute master. Every day I spend 2 minutes on that character, make a gem, and put it up for 100-130g. Around twice a week, I get the transmute proc and get 2+ gems for the price of one. Without me really paying attention, this character somehow got 3k just from those 2 minutes. When I'm willing to spend 5 minutes a day on the paladin, I look for cheap saronite and transmute that to titanium. It's not always a guaranteed profit but sometimes botters or bored farmers will dump bars at rock bottom prices. I'll then send the titanium off to my miner to be turned into titansteel, or if the market for titanium is particularly good that week, I'll just sell the titanium directly.Third thing to look out for is low level potions and elixirs. The raiding flask market is completely saturated but I don't see much for the lower levels. On one character who is leveling alchemy as she levels, I accidentally put up a half-stack of a low level +str elixir for 1.5g per item instead of per stack as I meant to do. It sold. I thought this was a fluke so I tried it again, and it sold again. So this would be a decent market with no competition. The only catch is that you'll probably have to farm your own mats as low level mats are usually priced too high for consistent profits.The best items for the low level market are elixirs or potions which would be useful for the battlegrounds. Things like the invisibility potion, catseye for stealth detection, or that potion which makes you untrackable all sell decently.
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