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12-02-2010 @ 7:25PM
If you are penny-undercutting, either:(1) you are constantly cancelling and re-listing your glyphs, in which case you're wasting a lot of time simply walking to the mailbox; or(2) you have a large stockpile of glyphs that may or may not get listed, but don't actually sell.Unless you're farming for mats, crafting time is negligible per-item, especially since multiple copies can be queued at once and crafted while unattended or semi-unattended. IMO crafting is the least effort-consuming process in auctioneering. And I'm willing to bet that the deep undercutter is making far more sales per total volume than you are.
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