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9-26-2010 @ 9:11AM
Yes, I do enjoy the AH PvP wars, they keep the economy interesting and vibrant ... and the conflicts they cause are at least related to what the Trade Chanel should be ... which is a rare thing :DThis is how I get the mats I need when I do not have time to farm them. My best use of those wars is primarly buying low and selling high when the war is over. It works really well for me.I do worry about automation. While useful for Inscription, AH looks more and more like a trading floor in Wall Street, rather then an Auction House. I have no problem with that, if Blizzard intentionally allows for that type of gameplay ... but at the moment it seems a bit erratic, with some players heavily automated and others more of the manual type. I use the IPhone App and I do feel a bit guilty about it. I missed interacting with players many times as I was buying or selling items in AH. They wanted to contact me to make a deal, but I was not in the World to interact for a few days.
9-26-2010 @ 10:01AM
I never craft an item prior to selling it. Generally I post On trade a WTS, and link the item and a price. Lil Sparkies gives me the profit margin pretty accurately, and I check the mat price to double check. Soon as someone replies wanting to buy, I purchase the mats and craft. No point in spending gold on mats til I have to, and the entire transaction essentially becomes an ICC craft for a 500g tip :p
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