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9-28-2011 @ 1:39PM
"..although most players have so much gold on their hands by now.."I'll be hanging out over here in the corner with the 600g I have to my name.
9-28-2011 @ 2:01PM
Then do some dailies. Let's say we do 20 dailies @ 10g each for 5 days = 1000 g minus whatever repair bills. Or... solo some BC instances. Vendor the trash. Post stuff onto AH. Rinse and repeat and you'll be into the thousands very quickly.
9-28-2011 @ 2:17PM
@ Duts ~That seriously depends on the state of your server economy. Sure, dailies will net you a chunk of gold -- that's where I'm making a good chunk of mine right now, I'll tell you that, along with the Volatiles market -- but attempting to make money on my server via BC and even Wrath gear auctions has been utterly ineffective. I've got three characters with mailboxes full of gear that *simply will not move,* no matter how pretty the model might be.
9-28-2011 @ 2:24PM
@ NagainaJust vendoring the items dropped in BC or normal-mode Wrath dungeons can get you a healthy amount of gold; I took to soloing BC and Wrath dungeons while waiting for DPS queues, and I could easily earn a few hundred gold simply through looting and vendoring all the items. Remember, mobs in dungeons are given amounts of gold drops with the intention that the money will then be divided among 5 players; when raked in by a single player, this can add up to a nice amount of gold rather quickly.
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