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4-07-2011 @ 1:29PM
I have three alchemists and two JC's. I have a couple of other toons that I could train alchemy on but I'm going to wait to see if epic transmutes are going to happen again.One of my JC's is just doing the daily and holding onto the token in the hope that they will be useful for buying epic cuts in the future.Between the 5 toons it's a lot of logging in and out, and gets tedious day after day. I don't even bother to log onto my tailor or my two inscriptionists.
4-07-2011 @ 1:35PM
Yeah, i totally understand this. I have 3 max level toons with 2x alch, 1 JC, 1 Insc, 1 ench, and 1 tailor. and logging in to manage finances has become a major headache with a lot of loading screen time. -log in on banker-- get mail-- buy mats I'll need--mail out mats-log in on JC--get mail --do daily-log in on alch1--get mail--transmute--send to banker-log in on alch2--get mail--transmute--send to banker-log in on banker--get mail--post auctions-log in to play WoW
4-07-2011 @ 7:50PM
Matt, that pretty much describes my 20-min money-making routine: -log in on banker-- get mail-- check prices of mats I use daily, buy lots if its cheap (volatiles, pyrite, embersilk cloth, obsidium ore)-- mail out mats to various toons-log in on alch1-- get mail-- transmute-- send to banker-log in on JC1-- get mail -- do daily-log in on alch2-- get mail-- transmute-- send to banker-log into JC2-- get mail-- do daily-log into Tailor1-- get mail-- do weekly dreamcloth-log into Tailor2-- get mail-- do weekly dreamcloth-log in on banker--get mail--post auctions-log in to play WoWTwo addons have substantially changed how quickly I can do all this: 1) Postal (I can't believe I didn't download this earlier!!) and 2) Auctionator (way better than Auctioneer for tracking prices for commonly purchased items to gobble up lots when they go "on sale")
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