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4-25-2011 @ 8:11PM
I am completely biased, but feel free to take a listen to our podcast,the Warcraft Lounge. Our podcast it more or less divided evenly between raiding news and patch analysis, along with gold making. (It depends on where we are in a patch's lifecycle.)My cohost has been in a top 50 raiding guild, I am more of a pug raider, and as far as gold making is concerned, we have over 1 million gold between us and no, we do not farm nor have ever farmed any materials (Episode 11 we rip farming mats a new one).We do share the actual things we buy and sell during our Economic Minute (although our primary competition in the Auction House listens to our podcast too! ) and in the end we take all the data that is tossed at you, and try to turn it into useful information you can use for your benefit.For example, nobody wants to be read verbatim the loot list ofZul'Gurub or Zul'aman... but the loot list doesn't explicitly come outand say, "Hey, there are no trinkets that drop from here at all!" (other than the vanity one), so if you can pick manage to pick up a BoE trinket or Darkmoon Card on the cheap...do it! That sort of thing. Anyway, our link is above (Warcraft Lounge); good luck finding a podcast you are comfortable with, and if not, you can always listen to Adam Carolla's podcast. He's friggin' hilarious.
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