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9-02-2010 @ 7:09AM
also @ Snowmane:I am not entirely sure, but it seemed to me you had JC and alch on one toon, and rely on the AH for the mats to level those up, no gathering professions yourself. Now ofcourse this can be done, and you surely can make a profit, but leveling and starting to make a profit from something like JC will go much faster if you have some gathering professions yourself. Especially if you are low on money.A good way to level up JC and make some money, would be to get an alt with mining and enchanting. If you would have to level one up for that, make a death knight since you'd have a headstart with the cap on your profession skill there, instead of having to level a toon up a lot before you can go to the next skill cap. Powerlevel mining on that toon, there are some very good guides out there; simply google 'mining leveling guide', the first link that pops up is excellent. Use your mining mats to level JC. You can prospect the ore to get gems. The ore and gems you don't use, you can sell on the AH. Currently on my server, low level ores sell VERY well, often for much higher prices than Northrend ores. The things you make form those mats with JC, disenchant them. Sell the dust etc you get at AH, or if you want level your own enchanter with it so you can make those enchants you find so expensive yourself eventually (just disenchanting JC stuff you make and the drops from instances will get you a LONG way in leveling the skill, I hardly had to buy any ench mats myself when I did it).Another thing you could try and do is find a regular supplier of herbs/ore, that mails them COD to you for a set price. Though I am not sure how viable that is if you don't have too much money, you'd have to be able to keep up with the stuff he/she sends ofcourse :)Good luck!
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