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5-09-2011 @ 3:26PM
Aw. I finally know what it's like to have Basil give away the secrets to my chosen market.And what's worse...there's a "part 1" in the title? Shucks, man.
5-09-2011 @ 3:43PM
I feel like we have the same fear, pretty soon we will have people just making glyphs and be forced to return to Mysterious Fortune Cards
5-09-2011 @ 3:45PM
It's happened before, and while a few people will likely enter the market because of it, only the people who are truly willing to play will remain invested. I've outlasted a few dozen competitors, and I still do a brisk business. Every week, a new name pops up, and every week, another falls away into the dark.
5-09-2011 @ 5:41PM
I got every single glyph in Lich King, and TBH you can keep your "secrets". Glyphs are a mess. Any business that involves making and posting up 100s of unique items which may or may not sell from week to week is not worth the time unless you have a virtual monopoly. I still get into it once in awhile just to make some quick gold on inflated items, but dailies are less of a bother and the way the market is on my server they're nearly as profitable. JC is king in cata, unfortunately.
5-09-2011 @ 5:52PM
Wow...it's interesting to hear the glyph market referred to as messy. Once or twice a day I relist undercut auctions and replace anything that's sold and I walk away with 2-5k a day.I feel like I'm making money for doing absolutely nothing.
5-10-2011 @ 6:06AM
I typically list my glyphs every three days for the longest duration between 20-30g regardless of what everyone else lists them as. The people who want to sell glyphs for 200g buy them out soon after and the rest just stay there while everyone else's auctions expire. I sell most of them and minimal listing effort was involved.
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