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12-02-2010 @ 5:35PM
Except that he is right. I sell a LOT of glyphs, and it's a very clear pattern - I sell 4 or 5 glyphs at over 150g per day, and about 50-90 between the 20-40g sweet spot. Assuming my costs are between 15-20g per glyph, you can see that the vast majority of my profits are from the cheapies.Also, you definitely see pent-up demand when a high-value glyph drops below a certain threshold. If a "must have" glyph is selling for over about 50g for a while, the first time that it drops to a lower price in volume, it moves extremely fast for a while.It's awesome when you sell a glyph for 200g, but it sure doesn't make you rich!(plus, the angry mail from other scribes when you drop the price on a set of glyphs to the 40g range is pretty funny).
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