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10-28-2010 @ 2:07PM
I, for one, am very happy that you choose to share your AH info with us. Using your tips and tricks enabled me to buy those 'silly mounts'! :D and next time I need to make a pile of money, I'll know where to turn. ^^ Thank you Basil!
10-28-2010 @ 3:27PM
I appreciate it as well, easy to digest information without spending time looking through gold making forums trying to make sense of the in-game economy. I'm an altaholic and just doing my daily heroics and weekly raids takes up more than my allotted time for WoW. I also like having the resources to do all that without having to go to extremities. Thanks to Gold Capped, I had the heart to try out a sizable investment in titanium ore before 4.0.1, and that allowed my just new JC to get all the titanium powder needed to buy the most common epic gem recipes (which would've taken weeks and weeks of dailies) as well as get a tenfold return on my investment. Since I had a small inventory to work with compared to most of my competitors, subscribing for the remote AH and checking every now and then just for this month was more than sufficient to sell all my inventory. Learning about the in-game economy is no more sleazy than running a store or investing for retirement. Thanks to Gold Capped, I now have enough money for 310% flying on all my toons (except my main, just got my violet proto!) with money to spare!
10-30-2010 @ 5:18AM
Agreed. This column has opened me up to a part of the game that I never thought I'd enjoy, but do... And it has the potential of making other aspects of the game more rewarding and less of a hassle. Thanks for Gold Capped!
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