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4-20-2011 @ 7:46PM
My question is, when are people going to realise it's cheaper to buy the individual cards and make the quest deck for Darkmoon. I got DMC:V weeks ago, for the tiny sum of only 4k gold, all by buying the Ace through 8 off the AH and making the deck and doing the quest myself.
4-20-2011 @ 10:05PM
You're lucky then... when I was trying to make my DM trinket, the sum price of the cards was almost double the price of the trinket on the AH.So I just farmed it myself... (cheapest option is cheapest!)
4-20-2011 @ 10:30PM
Yeah, buying the individual cards on my server adds up to nearly the cost of buying the trinket itself. But then the economy on Dalaran-US has been borked for years...
4-20-2011 @ 11:23PM
I did this last month. I got away with a steal, 7k for the cards combined rather than the ridiculous 11k for the deck or trinket itself. Still, I only got away with that by saving the cards up over time. Sucks when people sell a card for 3k gold for weeks at a time.
4-20-2011 @ 11:57PM
Agreed Randomize. Right now the Volcanic Deck is selling for ~12k on my server. There isn't even the trinket in the AH, but they tend to run on the high side (generally over 10k).I just bought all the individual cards for 8194g 94s 89c. And since a guildie is working on DMF rep, I'm letting him turn the deck in. So - win win there.
4-21-2011 @ 3:21PM
The individual cards go for much more than the finished price on my server as well. That said, I picked up a DMC:V for 9k six (maybe a bit more) weeks ago. Someone flooded the AH with a whole pile of them at a time when the average price was a bout 16-18k. I had the gold, so I got the goods while the getting was good. They're hovering around 12-14k right now, so I don't regret for a second putting out 9.
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