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3-15-2011 @ 12:51PM
I'm amazed at how many cut greens I buy from my vendor scan (meaning folks are posting them on the AH for less than 9g each). Make sure to check your server's economy. The blue rings from green gems still sell for 100-200 for me, and two of them - the purple necklace and...one of the rings are ilvl 325, so are very much in demand for folks just getting into heroics, or wanting a boost as they level since they require just level 82 to wear. I was fortunate to come across a HUGE supply of elementium ore selling for ~1.25 each (I know right?) and bought it all, about 15k worth and prospected the vast majority (about 10 stacks set aside for bars for the belt sockets). I'm almost back up to where I started with many blues still to sell, most of 3 guild tabs full of blues, and tons of dust. I'm only really concerned about the dusts which are quite cheap. And thanks for the ore-floor tip, I was wondering why obsidium was consistently out pricing elementium by such a healthy margin. Finally, keep an eye out for green Wrath gems, too. Infinite Dusts have really rebounded (back up to ~4-5g each on my server). I have my scan set to search for bloodstones, huge citrines, and sun crystals for 1g or less and eternal earths for 2g (crystals for 25s). Folks leveling through Northrend just dump those for quick sales more often than you'd suspect.
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